Thomas Hudnall

Lancaster County, Virginia, USA
Death 28 Jul 1740 (aged 35–36)
Prince William County, Virginia, USA
Burial Burial Details Unknown
Memorial ID 176780154 View Source

Thomas Hudnall is the son of John Hudnall (III) and Sarah Calfee. He is 1 of 8 known children of John and Sarah. Thomas' mother died about 1736. Thomas' father then married to Judith Wray about 1741. John and Judith are known to have 3 children.

Thomas' known siblings are:
Joseph Hudnall, Sr. (Abt 1700-1787)
William Hudnall (1702-Aft 1762)
Richard Hudnall (1703-1740)
Anne Hudnall (1703-1705)
John Hudnall (1709-1754)
Frances Hudnall Champion (1710-1758)
Nathan Hudnall (1725- ? )

Thomas' known half siblings are:
Alice Hudnall Cloke (1745-1774)
Nancy Hudnall Hudnall (1746-1765)
Winifred "Winnie" Hudnall (1750-1756)

Thomas married Winifred "Winnie" Champion, the daughter of John Champion and Elizabeth Williams.

The exact burial place of Thomas Hudnall is not known, however, his will stated that he lived in Prince William County, Virginia and it is presumed that he is buried there.
In the name of God Amen. I Thomas Hudnall being sick and weak but in sound memory thanks be to God for the same.

Imps. I give my soul to Almighty God who gave it to me and my body to be decdently buried and my worldly goods I give as followeth.

First I give to my deer beloved wife Winney Hudnall her riding Mare and saddle & furniture and also I give my loving wife a negro girl which I had with her named Susey and a Bed and furniture which I had with my deer wife also I Give my loving wife our large Chest and Copper Kettle and Iron pott and books and further I give to my loving all and everything of what nature so ever it be that my loving wife brought me when married that I have omited in the above gift to her forever.

Secondly my will is that my deer wife have the use of my negro fellow George dureing she remains my widow.

Thirdly I give to my son William Hudnall the negro fellow George after my said wifes decease or marry as above as also I give to my beloved son William Hudnall a negro wench named Winney and all her increase and a negro boy Kack and I also give to my deer beloved son halfe my hogs and half my cattle and all other of my estate of what nature soever it be I give to my deer beloved son Wm. Hudnall to him and his heirs forever.

Fourthly, I give to my deer loving wife the other halfe of my stock of Hoggs and Cattle to my deer wife forever.

Fifthly, my will is that if my said son William Hudnall should dye before he come to age or have lawful issue then I give my estate to be equally divided between my three brothers and my sister or the survivor of them or their eldest child if they should have issue.

Sixthly, I give to my loving wife my wareing cloaths this with what I have given her before is in Lue of her write of Dower of of any other parte of my estate.

Seventhly, I constitute and appoint my loving brother Joseph Hudnall and my loving wife Winney Hudnall my Executors of this my last Will and Testament as Witness my hand and Seal this fifteenth day of December one thousand seven hundred and thirty eight.

Thos Hudnall Seal
Teste Benjamin Berryman
Elizabeth French

At a court held for Prince William County July 28 1740

This will was proved by the oath of Elizabeth French and of the witnesses thereto to be the last will and testament of Thomas Hudnall dec'ed, & that she saw the other witness sign his name which was ordered to be certified.

At a court held for Prince William County November 24 1740.

This will was presented in court by Rene Napier who intermarried with Winney Hudnall therein named and on the motion of the said Rene & his giving Security for his just & faithful Administration of the said dec'eds. estate Certificate was granted him for obtaining Letter & od Administration with the will annexed in due form.

Know all men by these presents Aleck _____ & Samuel Earle are held & firmly bound unto Davis McCarty, Gov'r. the first Justice in the commission of the oath for Prince William County for & in behalf & to the sole use & behoof of the said Justices of the said County & their successors in the sum of five hundred pounds to be paid to the said Davis McCarty his Exors Aducs & Assigns to the wcle payment well & truly to be made we bind ourselves &every of us our & every of our heirs Exors & Exors & Aducs jointly & severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals & dated this xxivth day of November 1740.

The Condition of this obligation is such that if the above Rene Napier Admr with the will annexed of Thomas Hudnall dec'ed do make or cause to be made a true & perfect inventory of all & singular the goods chattels & credits of the said dec'ed which have or shall come to the hands, possession or knowledge of the said Rene Napier or into the hands or possession or any other person for him and the same so made do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the County Court of Prince William at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said court and the same godds, chattels and credits & all other the goods, chattels & credits of the said dec'ed at the time of his death which at any time after shall come to the hands or possession of the said Rene Napier or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him do well & truly administer according to Law & further do make a just & true account of his actings & doings therein when thereunto required by the said court. And also do well & truly pay & deliver all the Legacies contained & specified in the said ______ as far as the goods, chattels & credits according the value thereof will thereunto extend & the said shall charge _____ this obligation to be void & oh _____ effect otherwise to _____ in full force & virtue.

Rene Napier Seal
Saml Earle Seal
Sealed & Delivered in presence of
J.W. Bowie

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