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  • ID: I04254
  • Name: Richard HANKINSON , Jr.
  • Sex: M
  • Name: Richard HANKINSON
  • Birth: 14 AUG 1776 in Of, Barnwell Dist., SC
  • Birth: ABT 1776 in , Barnwell Co., SC
  • Birth: 14 AUG 1776
  • Death: 1838 in Of, Barnwell Dist, SC
  • Death: ABT 1838 in , Barnwell Co., SC
  • Burial: 1838 Of, Barnwell Dist, SC
  • Burial: ABT 1838 , Barnwell Co., SC
  • Reference Number: 4254
  • Note:

    1788 PROBATE: SC, Winton Co., Winton County, South Carolina Wills, 5 Jul 1788, pp 43-48, will of Robert Hankinson, FHL film 23295.

    In the name of God Amen I Robert Hankinson of the State of So. Carolina & Winton County Farmer, being wekly in Body but of perfect Mid & Memory, thanks be unto God, calling to mind the Mortality of my Body, & knowing it is appointed for al men once to die do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament, that is to say, principally & first of all, I give & recommend my Soul unto the Hand of Almighty God who give it & my Body I recommend to the Earth, to be buried in a decent Christian Buriel at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the General Resurection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God & as touching such worldly Estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with in this Life. I Give demise, and dispose of the same in the following manner & form- First. I lend my dearly beloved Wife Susanna Hankinson Four Negroes named as follows Old George Stepney, Old Sasar & Bess & likewise I desire that a young likely negro Boy & Girl shall be bought such as my Wife shall approve of & lent to her as above directed & likewise I lend the Plantation in Crackers Neck whereon I formerly lived Joining to Island Creek to my Wife untill my Son Richard Hankinson arrives at the Age of Eighteen Years & if my son Richd Hankinson should not choose that his Moter should not live on the said Plantation at the expiration of his Age limitted, the sd. Richd Hankinson is to find for his said Mother a deacent Place such as she shall chuse to live upon, or else she may live upon the said Plantation durin gher Life or as long as she shall live unmarried or single I likewise lend her Five Cows & Calves such as She shall chuse out of the Stock, I likewise led her one good Bedd & furniture such as she shall chuse & Also all other Furniture as shall be deemd necessary for keeping House by the others Executors. I likewise lend & order to be found her one good rideing Horse bridle & Saddle such as She shall chuse. I likewise lend her six Sows & Piggs, all the above lend Articles at my Wifes Decesd. To the Estate to be equally divded amongst Children that is to say Richard, Sarah, Patsey, & Mary Hankinson, likewise I desire that my Wife shall keep all my children above mentioned untill they arrive to the years of eighteen that is if she shall bring them up in a decent Christian Manner. & if she dont I desire NB Page 1 Robert Hankinson {seal} Desire that the other Executors will take the Children and board them out & their Boarding, Clothing & Schooling to come out of the Estate & likewise if She continues Widow they are to continue with her & She to be found her lifetime out of the Estate, but if She Marries the other Executors is to take the Children and do wit them as above directed— Secondly I give and bequeath to my well beloved Son Richard Hankinson The old Plantation whereon I formerly lived in Crackers Neck & joining Island Creek & also two hundred Acres known by the name of Millers Land & also Lands formerly belonging to Samson Gristen joining the said Millers Land, also a tract of Land contaiing one hundred Acres known by Fergusons Land. Also one Tract of Land bought from Tradewell joining Millers Land. Also a Tract of Land bought from Brown & Foreman Joining the above Lands, Also Six Negroes named as followes, Simmon, Sarah, Butler, Stepney, Diana, Hannah together with their Increase & one good rideing Hose bridle & saddle to be found from now till he arrives to the Years of eighteen & then another good rideing Horse bridle & saddle together with two good work Horses, a good bleeding Mare to be found & given him out of the Estate, also Six Cows & Calves to be Markt & branded in his own Mark one Year after my Decease, together with their Increase, also six Sows & Piggs with Six good Beacon Hogs when he arrives at eighteen Years, Also one good Waggon and four good Horses & Gears, together with all the Plantation Tools also one good Feather Bed & furniture, also all my Wearing apparrel with my own Bridle & Saddle also one Silver Watch. Thirdly I likewise give & bequeath to my well beloved Daughter Sarah Hankinson Five negroes named as follows Young George, Sybe, March, Molly & Lucke, together with their Increase, also one good Horse bridle & Saddle when She arrives to the Age of eighteen to the Value of Twenty five pounds also one good breeding Mare to the Value from 15 to 20 pounds Six Cows & Calves to be markt in her own Mark one Year after my Deceasd together with their Increase to be taken Care of by the Executors also six Sos & Piggs & six good Beacon Hogs when She comes of Age, also one good Fadder Bed & furniture. Fourthly I likewise give & bequeath, Robt Hankinson {Seal} NB Page 2nd— Bequeath to my well beloved Daughter Patty Hankinson give Negroes named as follows- Lewis & Sarah his Wife Lide, Mourning, Tom the Blacksmith & all his blacksmiths Tools together with their Increase & one good rideing Horse bridle & Saddle, when She arrives at the Age of eighteen to the Value of Twenty five Pounds. Also one good breeding Mare Value from 15 to 20 pounds, also Six Cows & Calves, to be markt in her own Mark one Year after my Decesd together with their increase and to be taken care of by the Executors, also Six Sows & Piggs, & six good Beacon Hoggs when She is of the of eighteen, also one good Fadder Bed & furniture.-- Fifthly, I likewise Give and bequeath to my well beloved Daughter- Mary Hankinson Five Negros named as follows Jammy, Mary, Doly, Jeck & Tome, together with their increase & one good rideing Horse bridle & Saddle when She arrives at the Years of Eighteen to the Value of Twenty five pounds, also one good breading Mare to the Value of 15 or 20 pound, also Six Cows & Calves to be markt in her own Mark, one Year after my Decessd. Together with their Increase & to be taken Care of by the Excs also Six Sows & Pigs & six good Beacon Hoggs when she arrives at the age of Eighteen, also one good Fadder Bed & furniture, Also one likely Negroe Wench to be bought & given to Mary over and above what is already given when She Arrives of Age. And if any of these my Children should Die having no Lawful Heirs of their own Bodies, their part to of my Estate to be returnd to the reminder of my children. I likewsie Desire and order my Executors of the Mills & Lands thereunto belonging is not Sold in my LifeTime, That they shall Sell them & grant Rights & Titles to the Purchasers & also to Sell a Plantation known by the Name of Foremans & purchased from John Milledge, also one hundred Acres joining the upper Side purchased from John Bush Senr Also a Body of Land lying on Town & Hollow Creek it being part purchased and part Run by Pierce Butler of Charleston & Robert Hankinson, Also one hundred Acres in the State of Georgia known by the name of Patridge Pon. Near the Beaver Dams. Also all the Lumber that may be found upon hand after my Decess.Also all the rising proffitts that may arrise from the Mills till they are Sold & if any of the above mentiond Lands that remains unsold after my Decess. My Executors to Sell and NB Page 3 Robert Hankinson {Seal} And make Rights & Titles for the same. Also I desire to be Sold all the Waggons, gares & Horses Except Six of the best Work Horses, four breading Mares & two of the best Waggons & gares to be kept for the Use of the Plantation & two good rideing Horses also one Stage Waggon for the use of the Family & to be kept on the Plantation, I also desire that the Mills between my Self & Thos. Filput Senr. Should be rented out if not Sold dureing or Dureing the Time that the lesse is given from the said Thomas Filput Senr to Robert Hankinson & also I desire that my Stoned Horse & two Sorrell Horses all be put in good oerder & sold. I likewise desire tha tmy Executors shall collect all my Book accounts , Notes of Hand, Bonds & Obligations that is due to me imediately after my Decessd & all my lawful Debts to be paid out of the Money or Monies so arriseing and the remainer to purchase likely young Negroes & to be kept on the Plantation and to be equally divided amongst my Children when they come of Age that is they are to have Share & Share alike when the Youngest Child comes of Age of eighteen, and also all the other things not heretofore mentioned to be equally divided when the Youngest Child comes of the Age above mentioned. I likewise give & bequeath to Richard Hankinson Senr my Brother the Plantation whereon he now lives containing one hundred Acres of Land and also Six Cowes & Caleves, and two work Horses & Plantation Toules that he has now in possession, also I give to my sd Brother Richd Hankinson Six yound Sons & Pigs after my Decessd I desire that one Cow & Calf may be give him as he has got only Five Cows & Calves in his Possession- & likeweise I desire that all & singular the above given and Lend Articles and bequeathed shall be freely & peacably be Possessed and enjoyed by each of the above mentiond. I do hereby utterly Desalon, Revoke & Disanull all & every other former Wills & Testaments, legacys, bequeaths & Executors by me in any ways before named Willed and bequeathed, Ratifying and conforming this & no other to be my last Will & Testament And I likewise Constitute make and ordain William Holmes Susanna Hankinson my Wife and Richard Hankinson my Son when - NB Page 6th. Robert Hankinson {Seal}- when he Arrives at the Age of Eighteen to be one of the Executors of this my lsat Will and Testament, together with the other two already named to be the Sole Executors of this my last Will & Testament, In Witness whereunto I have hereunto sett my hand & Seal this fifth Day of July one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight. This Will is containd on two Sheets of Paper and interlined in the third line from the bottom Page Third (the Word Profits); [signed] Robert Hankinson {Seal}; Signd, Seald & Publishd pronounced and declared by the said Robt Hankinson as his Last Will & Testament in the presents of us, who in the presents of each other have hereunto Set our Names the Day & Date above Written, John McElhenny Jun, Zachries Garner, J Syms...

    At a Court held for Winton County the 3rd Day of November 1788.- The above Will was Legally Proved, by the Oath of James Syms, who Swore, that he [Signd?] the same as a Witness, & also saw John McElhenny Junr & Zachries Garner Sign the Same as Witnesses with himself & that Robert Hankinson was to the best of his belife & Judgement of Sound Mind & perfect Memory. On which it was orderd by the Court to be Recorded- Examind and Recorded 25th August 1789; [signed] Thos Wyld, DJC WC.

    Inventory and Appraisment of the Estate of Robert Hankinson, Decd. By Isac Boush, Noah Tanner & Henry Coker Appraisers 29th November 1788:

    3 padlocks. 17 old files 1.8.0
    1 Sadlers Vice, 3 punches 8
    1 rasp Lea Apron & Brandy Cards
    & Spinning Wheel & c 14.6
    2 Combs 1. Fiddle 13.6
    Stage Waggon & Harness 12
    1 bro'd axe. 1. Hand Do. 7 falling Do 1.12.6
    1 Cash & some Molosses 1.12
    3 Shovells & Spades. 8 hoes 1 frone 1.8
    20 Horse & Cow Bells 2
    3 New, 3 halfworn Mill Saws 12.2.6
    75 Irons 6 Some Salt 2.2.6
    1 Waggon, gears, & 4 horses 90
    1 Ditto & Ditto 70
    2 Chests of Old Iron 5
    Blacksmiths Tools & 1 p- Steelsd 15.5
    Carpenters Tools 1.15
    2 Old Carriages & Chains 7
    1 Studd Horse 35
    1 Cart. 2 Ploughs. 1. Hore harro 1.2.5
    1 Grindstone. 2.Jugs. 1 Jarr, 1.8.6
    8 Casks & Barr'ls 12.6
    2 Sifters. 3 benches & Cheeserack 4.1
    2 Negros Stepney & Bess his Wife 100
    2 Do. Simon & George 155
    2 Do. Tom & Old Seasor 97
    1. Sett Mill Stones 10
    Griss Mill Stones & Irons 5
    25,000 Inch & 2/4 boards 37/4 46.13.4
    33,500 Inch Ditto...30/. 50.5
    3 p Wedges, 1. & cut, 1. Whipsaw 1.15
    3 plane Irons, & Chissells, 6 axes
    3 grub Hoes, 1 Spade, Shovell & adze} 2.16
    727.3.5

    1. Hand Saw. 2 bells. 3 reap hooks & 2.10
    Coopers Ware Tubs, Pails &c 2.5
    2 Wire Seives & some ps. Of Lea 1.2.6
    1. Sadle, bridle & saddle baggs 3.10
    18 Plates, 4 Dishes. 2 basons &c 2.12
    3 pr. Hooks & hinges Nails &c 1.8
    5 Potts, 2 Skillets, 2 brass Kettles}
    2 frying Panns. 2 Tea kettles }
    2 pr. Tongs. 1 pr. Fire Doggs } 5.17
    Carried over... 746.7.11

    Brought forward 746.7.11
    2 Beaufetts with Tea & Coffe furniture 3.5
    6 Tables 12 Chairs 2.16
    5 Beds & 1 Mattrass & furniture 33.5
    1 Coffee Mill 2 Gunns & Pistol &c 2.14
    1 [p] Scales & weights. 1 Tinn Chest 11.6
    1 Case Ginn 56 lb sugar. 2 lb loaf sug. 2.5.
    5 Trunks. 1 Desk. 1 Case bottles 4.4
    1 Bed Quilt 1.17.6
    Sundry wearing apparel, Silver}
    Watch, Case & Razors &c } 18.17.2
    Box Wafers & Ink Stand .6
    28 Cut Files, Leather for a bridle &c 1.18.8
    1 Great Coat, Powder & Shott &c 1.12.6
    15 yds. Oznabrigs, 4 ˝ yds sheeting 1. .2
    2 pr Irish Lenn & thread 7.13
    7 yds Irish Len & sell Tooth drawers 2.2.7
    3 yds. bro'd Cloth & Trimmings 1.18.6
    6 yds tick linburg. 3 1/4 of Linnen 18.6
    3 Table cloths 2 Towells 34 shoe laste 1.63
    2 fanners, 3 baskets 1 Loom 2 Slays 1.26
    111 Hogs...@ 10/each 55.10
    43 Geese...2/ 4.6
    84 Head of Cattle 85.9
    2 Sorrel Horses & 6 Ditto 111.81
    2 Barr Shear ploughs, 3 Fleckes 3-
    1 Waggon & Jack Screw 10-
    1 Grindstone 2 Cow Hides 19.4
    10 Hoes. 26 Deer Skins, 2 Bear Do 2.15-
    4 Sides Tann,d Lea'. 1 Canoo 238
    12 bush'l Rye, 6 Do Wheat, 7 Do Oates 2.11
    1343 bush'l of Corn...@ 1/8 111.18.4
    Dol a Wench, Sib & 3 children 190-
    Lewis, his Wife Sarah & 2 children 175-
    Jack a fellow, Doctor a fellow 130-
    Sarah & 4 children 160
    Tom & his Wife Mary 100
    12 Books }
    2 Candlesticks & Snuffers }
    6 Knives & Forks }
    3 Padd Locks } 4.17
    Carried over L 2022.1_
    10.....
    Inventory & Appraisment brought over L 2022.11.8
    1 Ivory Comb. 1 Coarse Ditto. 60 lb Pork 13.6
    1 Pocket knife. 6 Casks. 6 bush'l of Wheat 1.1-
    1 Flax. 1 Cotton Wheel, 1 Clipboard 1.46
    6 Horses 99-
    Property Will'd to Richard Hankinson Sen'r}
    1 Barr Plough & Gears. 1 Fluke. 2 Hoes. 1 Axe} 39.86
    6 Cows & Calves, 1 p Cart Wheels. 2 Horses }
    Cash 14
    Containd in two Sheets of Paper 2177.19.2

    Certified by us Isaac Bush, Noah Tanner, Henry Coker} Appraisers

    Bonds 784.17.8 ˝
    Notes of Hand 230.7.6
    Book Accounts 1968.17.2 3/4
    Principal Indents 392.5.8 3/4
    A Book Account for 4888. Continental Dollars
    Examind & Recorded this 25th August 1789; [signed] Thom's Wyld DJC WC


    HISTORY: SC, Winton Co., Winton (Barnwell County, South Carolina Minutes of County Court and Wills Book 1 1785-1791 by Brent Holcomb FHL book US/CAN 975.776 P2ha, p167.

    [Index page]: Handkerson Robert 11, Hankerson 10, Robert,10,12, Hankins, Pattey 148, Hankinson 13-14 Mary 148, Patsey 148, Richard 148, Robert 14-15, 148, Robt 16, 56,58,148, Sarah 148, Sus 117, Susanna 117, 148, Susanna 148, Susannah 56.


    HISTORY: SC, Winton Co., Winton (Barnwell County, South Carolina Minutes of County Court and Wills Book 1 1785-1791 by Brent Holcomb FHL book US/CAN 975.776 P2ha, p167.

    [Index page]: Handkerson Robert 11, Hankerson 10, Robert,10,12, Hankins, Pattey 148, Hankinson 13-14 Mary 148, Patsey 148, Richard 148, Robert 14-15, 148, Robt 16, 56,58,148, Sarah 148, Sus 117, Susanna 117, 148, Susanna 148, Susannah 56.


    1822 PROBATE: SC, Barnwell District, Court of Equity Records of Barnwell District, S.C. Abstracts of Genealogical Data found therein First Book, pages 1-50 compiled by Folks Huxford (The South Carolina Society, Sons of the American Revolution)p117-118.

    Teresa Burgess, Adm. Vs. Ann Hankinson et al. Petition for deed to be made, etc. Filed (no date shown but ca 1822) Teresa Burgess, widow and admx. Of Samuel Burgess, late of Barnwell Dist. Dec'd alleges that in his lifetime, on may 11, 1818, said Samuel purchased from Richard Hankinson on credit terms, a certain tract of land on Pen Branch in said district, waters of Savannah River, for $3000.00. He died not long after, leaving said debt unpaid with other debts. His estate descended to petitioner his widow and their infant daughter Caroline; she is anxious to sell the property in order to pay up the balance due, having no other means, etc. Said Hankinson is also dead, and his estate descended to his widow and children viz.,
    Anna wife of Christopher Fickling;
    Sarah wife of William Sapp;
    Martha wife of John A. Darlington,
    Hampton Hankinson,
    John T. Hankinson,
    William B. Hankinson,
    Richard J. Hankinson,
    Mary and
    Caroline L. Hankinson. Some of these are minors; it is not specified which. Defendant's attorney enters consent on the petition for the sale of the land, etc.

    1825 PROBATE: SC, Barnwell District, Court of Equity Records of Barnwell District, S.C. Abstracts of Genealogical Data found therein First Book, pages 1-50 compiled by Folks Huxford (The South Carolina Society, Sons of the American Revolution)p 175.

    Christopher Fickling et.al. Vs. Ann Hankinson et.al. Partition. Filed Feb., 1, 1825. Petitioners are Christopher Fickling and Ann his wife (nee Hankinson), William Sap and Sarah his wife (nee Hankinson), John A. Darlington and Martha his wife (nee Hankinson), and Robert Hankinson a minor son of Richard Hankinson, late of Barnwell Dist. deceased, by next friend Christopher Fickling. It is alleged that said deceased owning certain lands (undescribed in petition)and about 60-65 negroes (listed). Deceased died on (blank date) intestate and his heirs-at-law are
    his widow Ann Hankinson,
    Anna his daughter and husband Christopher Fickling,
    Sarah Sapp and husband William,
    Martha Darlington and husband John A.,
    Robert Hankinson,
    Hampton Hankinson,
    John T. Hankinson,
    Wm. B. Hankinson,
    Richard J. Hankinson,
    Mary and
    Caroline L. Hankinson, these all being children of deceased. A memorandum to the court as to the ages of the minors is in the files, and shows:
    Robert Hankinson, non composmentis, born 12/22/1806;
    Hampton H. Hankinson born 4/6/1809;
    John T. Hankinson born 1/7/1811;
    Wm. B. Hankinson born 11/13/1812;
    Richard J. Hankinson, born 1/26/1815;
    Mary Hankinson born 2/9/1817;
    Caroline L. Hankinson born 3/1/1822.
    An order was granted 3/21/1827, stating Robert Hankinson one of the parties had died since last term, and leave was given to amend petitioner's bill accordingly. Three original maps of the property partitioned are attached to the return of Comrs. Return dated 4/10/1827. Total acreage 1135 acres, lands lying mostly on Savannah River and Steel Creek. Very nice maps.

    1833 PROBATE: SC, Barnwell District, Court of Equity Records of Barnwell District, S.C. Abstracts of Genealogical Data found therein First Book, pages 1-50 compiled by Folks Huxford (The South Carolina Society, Sons of the American Revolution)p139.

    William Sapp & wife, et. Al. Vs. John T. Hankinson. Partition. Filed Oct. 16, 1833. Petitioners are William and wife, Sarah; John A. Darlington and Martha his wife; Christopher E. Fickling and Ann his wife; Hampton H. Hankinson; Wm. B. Hankinson; Richard J. Hankinson; Mary E. Hankinson and Caroline L. Hankinson (the last named three being minor children of Richard Hankinson, late of Barnwell District, deceased, by Samuel J. bailey, next friend).
    It is alleged that Ann Hankinson died in said district on (blank date), intestate, leaving lands and 39 head of slaves.
    The lands laid mostly on savannah River, being 350 acres on same, also 2 ˝ acres called the "Summer Seat" on Tar River branch; also 394 acres between Steel Creek and Pen Branch; and 288 acres in Crackers Neck and lying on Savannah River. The petitioners and the defendant John T. are her children and sole heirs-at-law. Slaves divided and land sold.




    Father: Robert HANKINSON b: ABT 1742 in Of, Winton Co., SC
    Mother: Susannah NEWMAN b: ABT 1754 in Of, Winton Co., SC

    Marriage 1 Sarah Ann WILLIAMS b: ABT 1785 in Of, Barnwell Dist, SC
    • Married: BEF 1801 in , Barnwell Co., SC
    Children
    1. Has No Children Richard HANKINSON b: BEF 1818 in Barnwell, SC
    2. Has Children Milledge HANKINSON b: BEF 1818 in Millbrook Twp, Hammond, Barnwell Co., SC (1871-became Aiken Co., SC/Barnwell Co., SC
    3. Has No Children Ann HANKINSON b: in Barnwell Co., South Carolina
    4. Has No Children Sarah HANKINSON b: in Barnwell Co., South Carolina
    5. Has No Children Martha HANKINSON b: in Barnwell Co., South Carolina
    6. Has No Children Robert HANKINSON b: 22 DEC 1806 in , Barnwell Co., SC
    7. Has No Children Hampton HANKINSON b: 6 APR 1809 in , Barnwell Co., SC
    8. Has Children John T. HANKINSON b: 7 JAN 1811 in , Barnwell Co., SC
    9. Has Children William B. HANKINSON b: 13 NOV 1812 in , Barnwell Co., SC-MOVED TO BURKE CO., GEORGIA 1834/Barnwell Co., SC
    10. Has No Children Mary HANKINSON b: 9 FEB 1817 in , Barnwell Co., SC
    11. Has No Children Caroline L. HANKINSON b: 1 MAR 1822 in , Barnwell Co., SC
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