31 January 2011

Military Monday - Mandley Winstead

[Note: All items typed as shown in original documents]
Individual Report for Mandley Winstead

Name: Mandley Winstead (1)
Sex: M

Individual Information
Birth: 29 Mar 1760 - Northumberland County, Virginia (2)
Death: 26 Dec 1846 - Hopkins County, Kentucky (2)
Burial: in Old Winstead Farm, NE Of Nebo, Hopkins County, Kentucky (3)

Events
1. Tax List: 1794, Nash District, Person County, North Carolina. (4) Name
shown as Manly WINSTED.

2. Tax List: 1795, Nash District, Person County, North Carolina. (5) Name
shown as Manly WINSTEAD.

3. Moved: 1818, Hopkins County, Kentucky. (2)

4. Appt. Guardian: Abt 1824. (6) Point of Interest:
Hopkins County Kentucky Wills and Administrations Book 3, pages 134-5 -
As guardian for my sons William and Pleasant B. Winstead I have received the following estate from the legal representative of Samuel Cox,dec'd, viz, One negro boy belonging to my ward, William M., named Spencer, about nine years of age, when received him which was about the 10th of January 1825.
One negro girl belonging to my ward, Pleasant B. named Phebe now about 16 years of age , I received her at the same time I received Spencer. I also received for my said wards I have paid over to my son Wm M. principal and interest $184.70 and here exhibit his receipts for the same marked A?B I also rec'd for my said ward $198.50 in commonwealth paper which I loaned to Wyatt Cox and now hold his note for the same dated 22 MAR 1829 payable three days after date 10th January 1832.
/s/Mandley Winstead

5. He appeared on the census in 1830 in Hopkins County, Kentucky. (7)

6. He received a pension Revolutionary War Pension NC service in 1832 in Hopkins County, Kentucky.

7. He signed a will on 13 Jul 1833 in Hopkins County, Kentucky. (8)
Winstead, Mandley 13 July 1833, probated Jan1847 Wife; Amy Winstead, Children; Mandley Winstead, Bushard D. Winstead, Charles T. Winstead, Wm M. Winstead, Pleasant B. WInstead, Sally Cox, Elizabeth Weir, Anna Yarbough, and Jane Cox. Exe. Charles T. Winstead. Wit: Jas W. William and James
Metcalf

Will of Mandley Winstead Will Book 5, page 321 Hopkins County, Kentucky

In the name of God Amen, I Mandley Winstead of Hopkins County and the State of Kentucky
being of sound mind and disposing memory but calling to mind that it is appointed once for man to die, do therefore proceed to make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form as followeth, to wit, My body I resign to its mother dust when it may please God to remove my spirit and my soul I bequeath to God who gave it hoping to participate with him in the hapiness of Heaven where he dwelleth.


As to my property I make the following disposition, First I give and bequath to my beloved wife Amy Winstead all the property of every description which she had in possession at the time I married her consisting of one tract of land in Hopkins County on Bull Creek containing one hundred and seventy acres and one negro man named Bob and one boy named Henry and two feather beds and furniture and one common work horse and one cow and calf also two breeding sows and barrows other articles of
less value and may be known by the families as her former property also one full year's provisions for my said wife.
Secondly I give and direct one hundred dollars to be paid out of my estate to each of my son Mandley Winstead's two sons whose names are not known to me.
Thirdly I give and bequath my lower tract of land attached to the tract of which I now live containing two hundred twenty two and one half acres to my sons Bushard D. Winstead and Charles T, Winstead to be equally divided by a line running east and west. Charles T. Winstead to have the part on which he now lives and Bushard D, Winstead the other part.
Fourthly , I give and bequath to my two sons William M. Winstead and Pleasant B. Winstead the tract of land on which I now live containing one hundred ninety five acres to be divided between them as they may agree.
Fifthly Now in as much as I give all the land I own to my four sons above named my will and direction is that each of them pay one hundred dollars to the estate to enable me to do equal justice to my other children
that get no land.
Sixthly I have heretofore given my son Bushard D. Winstead one negro girl named Parthema worth two hundred dollars I have also given my son Charles T. Winstead one negro boy named Beverly worth three hundred dollars I have also given my Daughter Sally Cox one negro boy named Alfred worth two
hundred and fifty dollars I have also given my daughter Elizabeth Weir one hundred and twenty dollars
I also have given my daughter Anna Yarbrough one hundred and twenty dollars, I have also given my daughter Jane Cox one hundred and twenty dollars now my will and direction is the price or value fixed upon the three negroes above named and the money above given namd be paid or divided among
my first six children, to wit , Elizabeth Weir, Anna Yarbrough, Bushard D. Winstead, Jane Cox, Sally Cox, and Charles T. Winstead so each may have the same amount of the other.
Seventhly I give and bequath to my daughter Elizabeth Weir during her life and at her death the heirs of her body, Bushard D. Winstead, Anna Yarbrough during her life and at her death the heirs of her body, Jane Cox, Sally Cox, and Charles T. Winstead a certain negro man Jack, a negro Woman
named Kesiah, a Negro boy named Daniel, and a negro girl namd Eliza to be equally divided among my said children as they may see fit.
Eighthly All my negroes with their increase not here before namd and disposed of I give and bequeth to all of my children namely Elizabeth Weir during her life and at her death to her children, Bushard D. Winstead, Anna Yarbrough during her lifetime and at her death to her children, Jane Cox, Sally Cox, Charles T. Winstead, William M. Winstead, Pleasant B. Winstead to be equally divided between them all as they may see fit.
Ninthly I give and bequeth all my personal estate consisting of stock, horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, household furniture, farming utensils and all and every species of property not herein before named and disposed of to my eight children above named.
Tenthly I nominate and appoint my son Charles T. Winstead to execute this my last will and Testament acknowledged and signed this 13th day of July eighteen hundred an thirty-three.
/s/Mandley Winstead
/s/ James W. Williams
/s/ Jas Metcalf Kentucky
Hopkins County January County Court 1850
This instrument of writing was this day produced in Court and proved to be the last will and Testament of Mandley Winstead deceased by the oath of James W. Williams a subscribing witness thereto, said witness also deposed that Jas Metcalf the other subscribing witness thereto resides in the State of Illinois and that the signature purporting to be his as a witness thereto was genuine.
Whereupon the same was ordered to be recorded as the last will and Testament of Mandley Winstead Dec'd which is done accordingly
/s/ Att Sam Woodson Clk,

8. Will proven: Jan 1847, Hopkins County, Kentucky. (9)

9. Inv. & Appr.: 28 Jan 1847, Hopkins County, Kentucky. (10)

Parents
Father: Samuel Winstead Lll (1723-1806) (11)
Mother: Elizabeth Jones (Abt 1723-1812) (12)

Spouses and Children
1. *Elizabeth Tapp (Abt 1769 - Abt 1808) (13,14)
Marriage: Abt 1785 - Northumberland County, Virginia (15)
Children:
1. Mandley Winstead Jr. (1786-Bef 1822) (16)
2. Anna M. Winstead (Abt 1788- ) (17)
3. Bushard Dabney Winstead (1790-1843)
4. Elizabeth Winstead (1794- ) (18)
5. Jane Winstead (1795-1862) (19)
6. Sally G. Winstead (1799-1862) (17)
7. Charles Taylor Winstead (1802-1862) (20)

2.Elizabeth Cox (1794-1818)
Marr: 17 May 1809 - Person County, North Carolina
1.Wm. M. Winstead (ca1810-1899)
2.Pleasant B. Winstead (ca1812- ?)
3. Maude Winstead (1818- ?)

3. Amy Brown (1770-1857)
Marr: 5 Apr 1821 Hopkins County, Kentucky
No issue
Notes
Marriage Notes (Elizabeth Tapp)
Named in the will of William Tapp Sr. as "my son in law, Manley Winstead."
Will dated 22 JUL 1808.

1 comment:

leslie bloss said...

I have MANY Winsteads in my family. William Lafeyette Ohio & Indiana was my gg grandfather. I have been working on Mandley; MANY thanks! Leslie Bloss