Norman/Maxwell Family

Joseph NormanAge: 54 years17101764

Name
Joseph Norman
Given names
Joseph
Surname
Norman
Birth before 1710 38 28

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MarriageMary View this family
yes

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Birth of a brotherJohn Norman
about 1710
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Note: Location is an educated guess, based upon the location of Historic Dorchester settlement. Possible location could be St. Paul's Parish, Carolina, British America.
Birth of a sisterRebecca Norman
about 1713 (Age 3 years)

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Birth of a sisterMary Norman
about 1717 (Age 7 years)

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Death of a paternal grandmotherRebecca
1729 (Age 19 years)

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Death of a paternal grandmotherRebecca
June 21, 1729 (Age 19 years)

Death of a fatherMoses Norman
between August 12, 1740 and March 18, 1740 (Age 30 years)
Address: St. James Parish
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Note: On 12 Aug 1740, Moses Norman sold 735 acres of land to James Martin. On 18 Mar 1740/1, his estate was appraised. Thus he must have died between these two dates.
Birth of a son
#1
William Norman
1745 (Age 35 years)

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Birth of a daughter
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Rebekah Norman
1750 (Age 40 years)

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Birth of a daughter
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Sarah Norman
between 1750 and 1754 (Age 40 years)

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Birth of a son
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John Norman
between 1750 and 1754 (Age 40 years)

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Birth of a son
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John Norman
1754 (Age 44 years)
Death of a brotherJohn Norman
October 28, 1756 (Age 46 years)
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Christening of a daughterAnn Norman
May 6, 1759 (Age 49 years)
Death of a sisterMary Norman
January 12, 1761 (Age 51 years)

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Will November 2, 1764 (on the date of death)
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Note:

WILL OF JOSEPH NORMAN

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I Joseph Norman of Colleton County in the Province of South Carolina, being Infirm in body, but of Sound mind Mind [sic] and Memory, do make Ordain and Ratify this my Last Will and Testament, hereby Revoking and disannuling all Others Whatsoever, as followeth, I Recommend my soul to Almighty God that gave it, and my body I Commit to the Earth, to be decently buried According to the discretion of my Executors, In hopes of a Glorious Resurrection thro [sic] Jesus Christ to Eternal life, my Lawful debts and funeral Charges, First being paid, I dispose of all my worldly Estate as followeth, IMPRIMIS I give and bequeath unto my Loving Sons William and John Norman the Track [sic] of Land I now live on to be equally divided between them my tract of land on Midway in Georgia to be sold and ye money it sells for with the whole of my Personal Estate, I give to be Equally divided between my Well beloved Children William Norman John Norman, Rebekah Andrews Sarah Norman and Ann Norman. ITEM I do give and bequeath unto my well Beloved Grand Child Mary Liddell, one hundred pounds to be Reserved in the hands of my Executors, till she comes to age by Law or Married. ITEM I will that my Children that is [sic] not of age shall be Educated and Clothed, According to the discretion of my Executors and the Expense of the Same to come out of my whole Estate. ITEM I desire and Will, that if any of my Children should die before they come to Lawful age or without Issue then that part of my Estate bequeathed to them shall return and be Equally divided between the Surviving Children, also if my Grand Child should die before she Should come to age by Law or without Issue then that part of my Estate Bequeathed to her shall return and be Equally divided between my own Children LASTLY I Constitute and Appoint my Loving Brother Jacob Weston my Loving son in Law Isham Andrews, my Loving son William Norman and my beloved Friend John Boyd Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, to manage and dispose of all the worldly Estate that it hath pleased God to bless me with, as above mentioned. IN WITNESS whereof I have set my hand and Seal this Second day of November, in the fourth Year of the Reign of our Sovreign Lord George the third King and defender of the faith &Ca [Etc.] Anno domini, one thousand Seven hundred and Sixty four.

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                            Joseph X Norman (seal)
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Signed, Sealed published and declared by the ) above Named Joseph Norman as his last Will ) and Testament in the presence of us who have ) Subscribed our Names as Witnefses [Witnesses]. In the ) Presence and at the request of the said Testa- ) tor the day and Year above Written. ) Christopher Hill. ) Jane Tipper.) Proved before the Honble Wm William Bacon. ) Bull Esqr. Lieut. Govr. 30th day of November, 1764. at the Same time Qualified Isham An- drews and William Norman Exe- cutors of the said Will

Recorded in Will Book 1760-1767 Recorded on Page 444

Death between November 2, 1764 and November 30, 1764 (Age 54 years)
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Probate November 30, 1764 (28 days after death)

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Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
elder sister
23 years
elder brother
Barak Norman
Birth: 1707 35 25Saint Andrew's Parish, Carolina, British America
Death: between July 27, 1770 and December 14, 1770St. Paul's Parish, Charleston, South Carolina, British America
4 years
himself
1 year
twin brother
4 years
younger sister
5 years
younger sister
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himself
wife
Marriage:
daughter
son
6 years
daughter
5 years
daughter
5 years
son
9 years
daughter
Ann Norman
Christening: May 6, 1759 49Midway, Georgia, British America
Death: February 8, 1804Liberty County, Georgia

Will

WILL OF JOSEPH NORMAN

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I Joseph Norman of Colleton County in the Province of South Carolina, being Infirm in body, but of Sound mind Mind [sic] and Memory, do make Ordain and Ratify this my Last Will and Testament, hereby Revoking and disannuling all Others Whatsoever, as followeth, I Recommend my soul to Almighty God that gave it, and my body I Commit to the Earth, to be decently buried According to the discretion of my Executors, In hopes of a Glorious Resurrection thro [sic] Jesus Christ to Eternal life, my Lawful debts and funeral Charges, First being paid, I dispose of all my worldly Estate as followeth, IMPRIMIS I give and bequeath unto my Loving Sons William and John Norman the Track [sic] of Land I now live on to be equally divided between them my tract of land on Midway in Georgia to be sold and ye money it sells for with the whole of my Personal Estate, I give to be Equally divided between my Well beloved Children William Norman John Norman, Rebekah Andrews Sarah Norman and Ann Norman. ITEM I do give and bequeath unto my well Beloved Grand Child Mary Liddell, one hundred pounds to be Reserved in the hands of my Executors, till she comes to age by Law or Married. ITEM I will that my Children that is [sic] not of age shall be Educated and Clothed, According to the discretion of my Executors and the Expense of the Same to come out of my whole Estate. ITEM I desire and Will, that if any of my Children should die before they come to Lawful age or without Issue then that part of my Estate bequeathed to them shall return and be Equally divided between the Surviving Children, also if my Grand Child should die before she Should come to age by Law or without Issue then that part of my Estate Bequeathed to her shall return and be Equally divided between my own Children LASTLY I Constitute and Appoint my Loving Brother Jacob Weston my Loving son in Law Isham Andrews, my Loving son William Norman and my beloved Friend John Boyd Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, to manage and dispose of all the worldly Estate that it hath pleased God to bless me with, as above mentioned. IN WITNESS whereof I have set my hand and Seal this Second day of November, in the fourth Year of the Reign of our Sovreign Lord George the third King and defender of the faith &Ca [Etc.] Anno domini, one thousand Seven hundred and Sixty four.

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Signed, Sealed published and declared by the ) above Named Joseph Norman as his last Will ) and Testament in the presence of us who have ) Subscribed our Names as Witnefses [Witnesses]. In the ) Presence and at the request of the said Testa- ) tor the day and Year above Written. ) Christopher Hill. ) Jane Tipper.) Proved before the Honble Wm William Bacon. ) Bull Esqr. Lieut. Govr. 30th day of November, 1764. at the Same time Qualified Isham An- drews and William Norman Exe- cutors of the said Will

Recorded in Will Book 1760-1767 Recorded on Page 444