from GEORGIA
Georgia Fletcher [chick.fletcher@verizon.net]

 refer to the fact that son Isaac
Jr. died 1848 in Mexico leaving a wife and 2 sons (William Harvey
Sellers and Stephen Seville Sellers) in Fayette County, Texas.

I don't have the probate of the Will.  See, if perhaps anyone has those
records.

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ISAAC SELLERS will Sept 17, 1844

Gibson County, Tennessee:
1844 Sep 17 - Will of Isaac Sellers:  In the name of God Amen, I, Isaac
Sellers, being mindful of my mortality do this day   make this my last
will and testament in manner following.  First, I bequeath my dear
beloved wife  Elizabeth Sellers all my lands and possession personal
estate during her natural life or widowhood.   Second, I bequeath to my
daughter Sarah Fletcher one tract of land lying and situated in the
County of   Gibson, State of Tennessee.  Third Elizabeth Biggs my
daughter one tract of land and other property.   Fourth I have given to
my son John Sellers heretofore the amount of four hundred and eighty
dollars I now  give him one hundred acres of land during his life and
then to his lawful heirs, he living on the same  said land being a part
of one hundred and sixty acre tract of which he is to have the east end.
Fifth   I give to my son Robert Sellers two hundred and ninety dollars
heretofore paid and I now give him at the  death of my wife, one Negro
named Dick.  Sixth I wish my daughter Nancy Easterwood ...I give and
bequeath   to her one Negro girl named Clara...at the death of my wife.
Seventh I give and bequeath to my daughter  Kisiah Forester one Negro
girl named Senerd...which she is to have at the death of my wife.
Eighth I give  and bequeath to my son Isaac Sellers one hundred and ten
acres of land being a part of my home plantation  line to run east and
west of which he is to have the north side of said tract; also one Negro
boy named  Peter...to have at the death of my wife.  Ninth and last I
give and bequeath to my daughter Mary one  hundred and five acres of
land, it being the place where I now reside...also two Negroes, one girl
named  Lucy Ann another girl named Mahala...all stock and household and
farming utensils...which she is to have at the death of my wife...I do
appoint my daughter Mary Sellers executrix.  Witnesses: Mary Sellers,
Burnet Brand
[Will Book D:149; Proven Dec 1848; 

son of Robert Sellers Sr. of Burke Co., NC]

Georgia