F, #10601, d. between 4 August 1748 and 20 January 1749
|Father*||Joseph Hawkins1 d. 1765|
|Charts||Pedigree - father Charles Harold Bassett|
|Reference||7G Grm, B601|
|Marriage*||before 15 January 1717||Sarah Hawkins married Morgan Murray, son of James Murray (Moray) (Immigrant) and Jemima Morgan, before 15 January 1717 because Morgan and wife Sarah sold part of his inheritance that date.1|
|Marriage*||Sarah Hawkins married Benjamin Knight.1|
|Will*||4 August 1748||Sarah Hawkins left a will on 4 August 1748 at Baltimore Co., Maryland; By the Permission of the Almighty God Amen and the last will and testament of Sarah Knight of Baltimore County in the province of Maryland |
First and foremost I commend unto God my soul from whom I received it with all praises and glory for the use of them in this world and as for my worldly goods that God of his mercy hath in his goodness bestowed on me my will is that it should be disposed of in manner and form as follows that is to say,
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Joseph Morray five shillings currant money it being his full part out of my personable estate and know more.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Morray one cow and calf and one pare of spoon moald, it being his full part out of my personable estate and know more.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son James Morray one feather bed and furniture and one horse named Spark and one cow and all my Calphonders tools.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Morgan Morray one feather bed and furniture and one horse named Dolphin and one cow and one saddle and the practice of Piety.
Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Morray one best feather bed and furniture and one mare named Pleasure and one cow and calf and she is to have her first choice of all the cattle and on ?????? pan and my best spice mortar and pestle............. ............. Mettle skillet the least, and the grate iron....... and pot hook ............. The Bible and prayer book and .......... And one linning wheal and one flax hackle and one n........ And my new side saddle and bridle and all my wearing apparel and the best chest and the little read trunk and my ......... to have all my shoars of Indian corn wheat flax and all the remainder of my personal estate after my debts are paid I give holely and solely unto James Morray and Morgan Morray and Sarah Morray to be equally divided by them among whom my two sons and daughter shall think fit only one side saddle and bridle which I give and bequeath unto granddaughter Elizabeth Morray daughter of Thomas Morray. In witness whearof I set to my hand and sealed this day of August 1748.
Sarah (her hand) Knight
Signed and delivered in the presence of us witnesses
Test Edward Stevenson
|Death*||between 4 August 1748 and 20 January 1749||She died between 4 August 1748 and 20 January 1749.1|
|Probate*||20 January 1749||Her estate was probated on 20 January 1749.1|
|Relationships||7th great-grandmother of David Lee Bassett|
5th great-grandmother of Charles Henry "Charlie" Bassett
|Morgan Murray d. b 24 May 1741|
|Last Edited||26 Aug 2012|
- [S1025] Descendants of James Murray & Jemima Morgan of Baltimore County, Robert William Barns Evd #1025.