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Descendants of Edgar Rumbley




Generation No. 1


1. EDGAR2 RUMBLEY (JOHANN YERRICK1) died Abt. 1792 in North Carolina. He married ANN HAYS.

Notes for E
DGAR RUMBLEY:
Last Will and Testament of Edgar Rumbly. In the name of God
amend. I,Edgar Rumbly, of the County of Rowan and State of North Carolina,
beingweak in body but of perfect mind and memory, do make, ordain,
constitutethis my Last Will and Testament and first of all I commend my
sole intothe hands of God that gave it and my body to the earth from whence
itcame to be buried in a decentlike manner at the discretion of myexecutors
and as touching my worldly goods that God has blessed me with.I dispose of
them in the following manner that is to say first of all mydesire is that
my just and lawful debts shall be paid out of my moveableestate and also I
give and bequesth unto my cousin James Rumbly onehundred acres of land
adjoining James Pellis' land and also one bay mareand one black colt and
one cow and yearling and a three year old heiferand two feather beds and
furniture and one saw and all the money due mefrom Ann Harrington of
Caroline County for the rent of James Rumbly'sland except four dollars. I
also give to my cousin James Rumbly onesaddle and bridle and one chest and
no more. I also give and bequeathunto my well beloved son Thomas Rumbly
and my well beloved daughterLevice Rumbley all the tract or parcel of land
where on I now liveexcept 35 acres, the widow Hendrick's land after taking
off that 35acres, the remainder being 250 acres to be equally divided
between my sonThomas Rumbly and my daughter Levice Rumbly to them and their
heirs andassigns forever and the division to be made in the following
manner:Beginning on Isaac Smith's line at the head of a branch running down
saidbranch to the mouth and over the big branch from whence such a course
asmy executors shall think proper to make an equal division and the
partwhere on I now live to my son Thomas Rumbly. I also give and bequeath
tomy son Thomas Rumbly one young mare and saddle and bridle and all
mywearing apparel and all my working tools. I also give and bequeath to
myson Thomas Rumbly all my stock and household furniture that is not
givenexcept ten shillings worth and all the rest to be equally divided
betweenthem both only Thomas Rumbly to pay his sister Levice Rumbly five
poundsin good old trade when she comes to the years of 21. I also give
andbequeath unto my daughter Ann Orrel 35 acres of land before
mentioned,the widow Hendrick's land and nothing more. I also give unto my
daughterLyddia Enochs ten ____. That I _____ before out of my estate and
nothingmore. I also give my dear wife four dollars in the hands of
AnnHerrington and all the estate I have left to my son Thomas and
mydaughter Levice Rumbly to be and remain in the possession of my wife
AnnRumbly during her widowhood and I do constitute and appoint my
worldlyfriend Zaphariah Harper and my loving wife Ann Rumbly exeutors of
this myLast Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
handand oath this _____ day of December in the year of our Lord
1792. s/Edgar Rumbly

(Copy obtained by Judy Davis)


Old Liber 21 f 75, 31 Jul 1766 Edgar Rumbley of Dorc. Co., planter, to James Swigot of the same county, planter: part of Edgars Inlett adj. Bickams Lott on Watses Branch, containing 36 A. more of less, wits. John Campbell, Thos. White/ Ack. before John Campbell, Thos. White, Justices

(Copied from Internet - Deed transfer for sale of land in 1766)

Jacob and Edger are both listed in 1776 census for Maryland, Caroline County.

I have seen his wife's name given as Caton and Hayes
     
Children of E
DGAR RUMBLEY and ANN HAYS are:
2. i.   THOMAS P3 RUMBLEY, b. Abt. 1776, Rowan County, North Carolina; d. October 27, 1843, Harrison County Indiana.
3. ii.   LAVICE RUMBLEY, b. 1771, Maryland; d. June 07, 1843, Madison County Ind.
4. iii.   LYDIA RUMBLEY, b. July 30, 1773.
  iv.   ANN RUMBLEY, m. DANIEL ORREL.


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