298. Andrew Bourne was born about 1711 in Virginia Colony, Essex Co., Fredericksburg.
He signed a will on 22 August 1788 in USA, Virginia, Culpeper Co..880,1152 The WILL of ANDREW BOURN of Culpeper was written 22 August 1788 and proved 18 JAN 1790. The inventory and appraisal was recorded 20 SEP 1790 prepared by James MORTON, Harbin Moore and Churchill Gordon.
Will of Andrew Bourne Will Book C. Page 357, 1790
In the name of God, Amen, I Andrew Bourne of the county of Culpeper being sound of mind, do make this my last will and testament: Viz. Imprimis. I give my soul to God and my body to the grave in hope of a resurrection to eternal life through the merits of a redeemer.
Item: I give and bequeath unto the children of my dau. Elizabeth Hawkins, deceased, James and Winnie and increase to them and their heirs forever.
Item: I lend to my daughter, Ann Hawkins, during the life of the children of Jude that died in her possession and increase and at her death equally divided between her children and her heirs.
Item: I lend to my dau. Sarah Price during her life, Molly and increase and at her death for them to be equally divided between her children and their heirs forever.
Item: I lend to my daughter, Jane Hawkins, during her life, Winnie, wife of Bill and increase and at her death for them to be equally divided between her children.
Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter, Frances Newman, Dinah to her and her heirs forever.
Item: I lend to my daughter, Judith Zimmerman, during her life Neil and her heirs forever.
Item: I lend to my daughter, Polly, during her life, Terry, Fann and little Dick an increase to be divided between the heirs of her body at her death. But if she should die without issue of her body to be equally divided between my two sons, Andrew and William.
Item: I lend unto my wife, Jane Bourne, during her life Milly, Judge, Tom of old Lackey and Simpson, her my wife by will or otherwide at her decease to five the said Negro to my daughter, Frances Newman, or any of her legal children she may choose in case she should fail to give them to my daughter Frances Newman, or her grandchildren, by will or otherwise. Then they shall be equally divided between my two sons Andrew and William.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son Andrew Bourne, Kuffy, George and Fielding to him, his heirs forever, and in case he should die without lawful issue of his body then for them to be divided equally between all my children.
Item: I give and bequeath to my son, Andrew Bourne, all my land whereon I now live together with all my flat ground land which I bought of Alexander Spottswood to him and his heirs forever, provided he pays unto my executor or executress, hereinafter named, the sum of L 100 for the discharge of my debts demanded from them, my exrs. or exrts., are hereby impowered to sell and convey the whole of any part of said land to raise the said sum of 100 pounds for the purpose of discharging my debts.
Item: It is my further will and pleasure that all of my personal estate be equally divided between my wife, my son, Andrew and my son, William.
Lastly, I constitute and appoint William Morton and WIlliam Pannill, to be the executors of this my only will and hereby revoke all former wills by me or at any time heretofore made and declare this to be my last will and testament; in witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 22nd day of August in the year of our Lord 1788.
Signed, sealed and acknowledged in the presence of John Bourne, Benjamin Thornton, Reuben Newman and William Bourne.
He died before 18 January 1790 at the age of 79 in USA, Virginia, Culpeper Co..1153 The DAR Index Centennial Index states this about Andrew:
Bourne: Bourn: Andrew: b. c. 1716 VA d. a. 1-18-1790 VA m. Jane Morton PS VA
Andrew Bourne lived in Culpeper County near the Rapidan River between Racoon Ford and the Madison County line. He obtained a land grant 11 Jun 1749 in the Great Fork of the Rappahannock River adjoining the land of his brother-in-law William Tapp in Culpeper County. There is no record of the birth dates of any of his children.
Jane Morton and Andrew Bourne were married about 1735.1154
299. Jane Morton1155 was born about 1712 in Virginia Colony, Culpeper Co..892
|Sarah Bourne880 was born about 1739. She died in USA, Kentucky, Jessamine Co..|
|Ann (Nancy) Bourne1149 was born on 7 March 1742 in Virginia Colony, Culpeper Co.. She died on 30 March 1832 at the age of 90 in USA, Kentucky, Mercer Co..|
|Elizabeth "Betsy" Bourne1156 was born about 1745 in USA, Virginia, Culpeper Co..875 She died about 1785 at the age of 40 in USA, Kentucky,Culpepper Co..875,880 Was mentioned as deceased in her father's will. Jessamine Co. KY, 1808.|
Deed Book B, p. 328. John, Benj., and Jas. Hawkins, Polly Barnett, John Barnett, Willis Hawkins and Sally Hawkins, chdn. of Eliz. Hawkins, dau. of Andrew Bourne of Culpeper Co., Va., to our bro., Moses Hawkins, P of A to recover slaves let us by our grandfather, Andr. Bourne; 27 Feb., 1808; s. and ack. by John Barnett and Willis and Sally Hawkins only and rec. same.
|Frances Bourne880 was born about 1747.|
|William Bourne1157 was born about 1759. lived in Frederick Co.|
|Francis Bourne was born about 1761.1158 He died in 1803 at the age of 42 in USA, Kentucky, Jessamine Co..1153|
|Andrew Bourne1157 was born about 1763.|
|Judith Bourne880 was born about 1765. She signed a will on 24 October 1837 in USA, Kentucky, Jessamine Co..892 Will Book G, page 65|
Know all men by these presents that I Judith Bourne of Jessamine County and State Of Kentucky make this as my Last Will and Testament VIZ - To my son William Zimmerman I will and bequeath one horse worth $40 - To my daughter Sally Bourne I will and bequeath one bed and four flannel counterpanes and all my stock of sheep, To my son Morton Zimmerman, I will and bequeath one lot of land VIZ ten acres known by No. 5 the same purchased by George Bourne decd. and William Zimmerman - also one bed. I also Will and bequeath to my granddaughter George Ann Combs first choice of beds and bed clothing VIZ, one white counterpin, two flannel dos one blanket, two sheets two pillars boulsters and also one horse beast to be worth $40. The balance of my goods and chattles ( after paying my debts funeral expenses, etc. to be equally divided among my heirs. Given under my hand and seal this 24 day October 1837
Judith X Bourne her mark
She died on 29 June 1844 at the age of 79 in USA, Kentucky, Jessamine Co..892
|Mary "Polly" Bourne880 was born about 1770.|