|Death: ||Sep. 14, 1813|
Abandoned cemetery on private property
(Unmarked grave--200 year old marker not found, 2-3-2012)
Am. Revolutionary War vet
Parents: Robert Allison & Hannah McClure
wife: Nancy Agnes
1. Hannah Allison 1773? (+ Wm Temple Cole)
2. John Allison 1779 (+Polly Mitchell)
3. James Allison 1780 (+Janet Craig)
4. Francis Allison 1781
5. Charles Allison 1783
6. Stephen Allison 1785
7. William Allison 1787
8. Robert Allison 1789
9. Rhoda Allison 1791
10. Martha Ann Allison
11. Phoebe Allison 1799 (+ Capt Stephen Cole)
12. Jean Allison 1796
1813 July 21
Will of Halbert Allison
Wythe County, Virginia
Will Book 2 page 106-107
I Halbert Allison of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia do make this my last will and Testament--that is to say
First it is my desire that as soon after my decease as possable all my just debts and funeral expenses shall be paid.
2ly I have already given my son James Allison a tract of land whereon he now lives, bounded by a line run by Mr Heazlerig and now do bequeath it unto him forever. I also give unto him one negroe man named Nedd, reserving two hundred dollars of his value to be paid by him to my daughter Mary Davis to be half in money the other in good property.
3ly I give unto my son John Allison one hundred dollars in good property sides what he has already received.
4thly I give unto my son Francis Allison my land lying in [the County of Lee].
5thly I give unto my four sons, Charles Allison, Stephen Allison, William & Robert Allison the lands where I now live also my lands lying in Grayson County to be equally divided between them, reserving my house and the part where I now live for my son Charles.
6thly I give unto my two daughters, Rhoda Allison and Martha Allison one Negroe girl name Jinney also one negroe boy named London to be equally divided between them when they come of age, allowing my daughter Rhoda to keep the girl if she wants.
7thly I leave unto my beloved wife Agnes Allison one negroe woman named Ann during her natural life and at her death to be equally divided between my two daughters Rhoda & Martha. I also leave unto my wife one meare saddle and bridel (her choice of all) it is also my desire that my wife shall have an equal part with my four sons in the land where I now live during her widowhood, I also leave unto my wife the best bed and furniture in my house.
8thly I leave also to my four sons Charles, Stephen, William & Robert Allison two negroe men Samuel & Williamto be equally divided between them.
9thly It is my desire that the heirs of my three daughters Hannah Coles, Jean Brown and Pheaby Coles have $3 divided amongst them.
10thly It is my desire that the remaining part of my estate be equally divided between my wife Agnes four sons Charles Stephen William & Robert and two daughter Rhodah & Martha.
Lastly I nominate constitute and appoint my wife Agnes Allison & my son Francis Allison Executrix & Executor of this my last will & testament making null and void all the wills & testaments by me heretofore made in Testamony in said County of Wythe this 21st day of July 1813.
/signed/ Halbert Elson
Signed Sealed delivered in presence of us
John Calfee Jr.
Jno. T Sayers
At a Court held for Wythe County, the 14th day of September 1813.
This the last will and testament of Halbert Allison was part proved in Court by the oath of James Calfee a subscribing witness thereto and continues...and at a Court...continues...
and held for said County the 13th day of October 1813. This will was again presented to Court and fully proved by the oath of John Calfee Jr. a witness thereto and ordered to be Recorded.
Nancy Agness Allison (1753 - 1816)*
Created by: Janet LaMotte
Record added: Feb 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65843009