Will of Micajah Ezell

Will written 1844;

To wife Lucy Ezell one choice cow & calf and the balance of my stock, tools to be sold. To Charlotte Ezell and her heirs the sum of forty dollars to be held by George W. Ezell. To wife Lucy two hundred dollars. To L. T. & R. Literal forty dollars and Wilkins Newton twenty dollars. To Melvena Newton all the interest I have in the estate of William Ezell, my father in South Carolina. The balance of money after paying expenses to go to wife Lucy.

Executor: George W. Ezell
Witnesses: Jesse Westmoreland

Submitted by: Betty Joice Moore









Will of Lameck W. Ezell

From Giles County Will and Abstract 1814-1900:

Will written 1854;

My executors are authorized to sell the negro woman Ann and her youngest child Mary if necessary and that my jack, Sam Houston be sold on a credit of one and two years. All Property to be kept together for benefit of wife and children. After wife's death all estate shall be equally divided among all my children.

Executors: Amasa Ezell, John P. Ezell,my brothers.
Witnesses: Thomas J. Lane, John P. W. D. Gordon.

Submitted by: Betty Joice Moore








Will of Amasa Ezell

From Giles County Will and Abstract 1814-1900:

Will written 1855;

My entire estate to be kept together during widowhood of my wife Caroline or until the youngest child arrives at full age. When a child becomes of age or marries, executor to make advancement of property or money and a trustee be appointed for each child. My mother-in-law Mrs. Elizabeth Long shall be supported out of my estate. The last Payment of Pinkney Huff given or be paid to me shall be applied to the three youngest children for schooling and the burial expenses of Thomas S. Webb with exception of two oldest. I give one half of sale of land to children of Cal Webb except W. L. Webb and Warren J. Webb.

Executor: Gideon P. Ezell, John P. Ezell, my brothers, James McCallum,my friend.
Witnesses: J. P. Epperson, B. M. Patterson.

Probated 1867

Submitted by: Betty Joice Moore









Will of William S. Ezell

Will written in 1886;

To wife Nancy Ann Ezell during her natural life the tract of land upon which I now reside for her and my unmarried daughters with all household and kitchen furniture, three horses or mules, three cows & calves, fifteen head of stock hogs, a years provision of corn and meat, two horse wagon & harness. At wife's death, executor to sell land and personal property and be equally divided between all my children Elton H., Adeline, Andrew G., Ida Burgee, Mattie Reed, A. Taz, Madora, Lurs, Buyon and the children of son John, deceased. There is one thousand dollars bank stock in the Peoples Bank at Pulaski in the name of my wife. All advancements to children shall be deducted from final portion.

Executor: Andrew G. Ezell
Witnesses: H. M. Stanley, F. G. Wilson, W. A. Corpier

Submitted by: Betty Joice Moore