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  • ID: I4479
  • Name: Margaret BLACKNALL
  • Surname: Blacknall
  • Given Name: Margaret
  • _MARNM: Peggy Hawkins, Margaret Hawkins
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 1826 in Franklin County,North Carolina 1 2 3 4
  • Death: 1880/1888 in Franklin County,North Carolina
  • _UID: B589760187490D44AFD7DCB7A4AC18439A50
  • Note:
    MARGARET "PEGGY" BLACKNALL was the daughter of THOMAS & PATTIE (DANIEL) BLACKNALL of Franklin County, North Carolina (married October 11, 1825 Franklin Co., bondsman: JOHN HICKS). THOMAS BLACKNALL, b. 1778, was a former slave of WILLIAM BLACKNALL who was freed in 1820 after having served as a blacksmith for many years and becoming prosperous enough to buy his freedom, as well as that of his family.

    (Below will was transcribed by me Deloris Williams on Oct. 22, 2013)
    Will of THOMAS BLACKNALL-1860
    Franklin County Wills & Inventories 1861-1864
    Volume R, Pages 750-751
    June Court 1864

    North Carolina
    Franklin County
    I THOMAS BLACKNALL of the County of Franklin and State of North Carolina being of sound and disposing mind and memory do on this the 5th day of May A.D. 1860 make, publish and declare this my last Will & Testament in manner and form following, that is to say
    First. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife PATSY BLACKNALL for and during her life all my land or Real Estate including my Tool tract of land as well as that on which I reside also my two Negro men STARLIN & CHARLES, my household and kitchen furniture, stock of horses (except one hereinafter given to my son GABRIEL), cattle, hogs, sheep, poultry, farming utensils &c to have and to hold said land & other property for and during the term of her life.
    Second. I give and bequeath to my son GABRIEL one horse to be selected by him and my blacksmith tools. I also give and bequeath to my siad son GABRIEL after the death of my said wife my Negro men STARLIN & CHARLES, also two cows and calves, one sow & pigs.
    Third. After the death of my wife PATSEY, I give and bequeath to my grandson TOM DUNCE his heirs and assigns fifteen acres of land to be laid and allotted to him on the west side of my house tract near Lynches Creek to be held by the said TOM DUNCE as a home for his mother HARRIET DUNCE, and in trust for that purpose during her life and after her death at his absolute disposal.
    Fourth. After the death of my wife PATSEY I give and bequeath to my son GABRIEL his heirs and assigns one third (1/3) part of all the balance of my land not herein before disposed of and the remaining two thirds (2/3) I give and bequeath to my daughters BECKY & PEGG for life to be equally divided between them and after their respective deaths, the share of each is to go to her children and after the death of my wife it is my will and desire that all the property given to her for life that may be then on hand and which is not otherwise disposed of by me in this will shall be equally divided between my daughters BECKY & PEGGY.
    Fifth. I give and bequeath unto MARY FOGG her heirs and assigns my Negro man BOB.
    Sixth. All the rest & residue of my Estate that may not otherwise disposed of I give and bequeath to my wife PATSEY BLACKNALL.
    Seventh. I nominate, constitute and appoint JOHN J. HAYS my Executor to execute this my last will and testament according to the true intent and meaning thereof hereby revoking all other wills and testaments by me heretofore made.
    In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 5th day of May A.D. 1860.
    THOMAS BLACKNALL ("X" his mark)


    In a later Special Court Proceeding, October 1888, the heirs of THOMAS BLACKNALL were listed as:
    GABRIEL BLACKNALL; REBECCA MAYO (THOMAS' daughter had married EDWARD MAYO, May 30, 1854), her children SAMUEL MAYO, JOSEPH MAYO, MARY RUSSELL, EDWARD MAYO, MARTHA MAYO; HARRIET DUNCE & her son TOM DUNCE; M.T. HAWKINS, THOMAS H. HAWKINS, JAS. A. HAWKINS, MINNIE A. FOGG (a minor, whose guardian was WOODLEY HAWKINS). Land that was given to the widow, PATSY BLACKNALL, was later to be divided between grandson, TOM DUNCE and his mother (BLACKNALL's daughter) , HARRIET DUNCE, and son GABRIEL BLACKNALL and the other 2 daughters REBECCA MAYO & PEGGY HAWKINS (wife of WOODLEY HAWKINS). But PATSY BLACKNALL & PEGGY HAWKINS were dead, and M. T. HAWKINS, THOS. H. HAWKINS, & JAS. A. HAWKINS had no children, while MINNIE A. FOGG, was the the only child of a deceased daughter; REBECCA MAYO was still living along with her MAYO children listed above. The land was then divided between the living heirs, including the children of PEGGY HAWKINS.
    (See file of WOODLEY HAWKINS for a complete transcription of the Estate file of THOMAS BLACKNALL)
  • Change Date: 30 Sep 2016 at 21:29:43

    Marriage 1 Woodley HAWKINS b: 1820 in Warren County,North Carolina
    • Married: 4 Mar 1844 in Franklin County,North Carolina 5
    1. Has Children Matthew Thomas HAWKINS b: 20 Feb 1848 in Granville County,North Carolina
    2. Has No Children Thomas H. HAWKINS b: Apr 1850 in Granville County,North Carolina
    3. Has Children Mary Jane HAWKINS b: 1852 in Franklin County,North Carolina
    4. Has Children James Alex HAWKINS b: Jul 1855 in Franklin County,North Carolina

    1. Title: U.S. Federal Census
      Note: 1850 Granville County,North Carolina,Fort Creek,Image 8,#52/52:.
      WOODCLIFF HAWKINS - 30 - MU - FARMER -/$256 - NC
      PEGGY HAWKINS - 24 - B - NC
      MATTHEW HAWKINS - 2 - B - NC
      MARGARET DUNCER -11 - B - NC.
    2. Title: U.S. Federal Census
      Note: 1860 Franklin County,North Carolina,Louisburg,Image 172,#790/788:.
      WOODLEY HAWKINS - 40 - MU - NC
      PEGGY HAWKINS - 34 - MU - NC
      THOMAS HAWKINS - 12 - MU - NC
      JOHN HAWKINS - 10 - MU - NC
      NANCY HAWKINS - 8 - MU - NC.
    3. Title: U.S. Federal Census
      Note: 1870 Franklin County, North Carolina,Hayesville Twp.,Louisburg,Image 40,#373/373:.
      WOODLY HAWKINS - 55 - M -B - FARMER - NC
      THOMAS HAWKINS - 20 - M - B -AT HOME - NC
      MARY J. HAWKINS - 17 - F - B - AT HOME - NC
      JAMES HAWKINS - 15 -M - B -AT HOME - NC
    4. Title: U.S. Federal Census
      Note: 1880 Franklin County,North Carolina,Haysville,Dist 88,Image 9, #64/64:.
      MARGARET HAWKINS(wife) - B - 53 - M - - NC NC NC
      THOMAS H. HAWKINS(son) - MU - 30 - S - FARM LABORER - NC NC NC
      WILLIAM MASON (svt) - MU - 17 - S - FARM LABORER - NC NC NC
      HORACE FOSTER (svt) - B - 16 - S - FARM LABORER - NC NC NC
      MINNIE A. FOGG (gr-dau) - MU - 2 - S - - NC NC NC
    5. Title: Marriage Index or License
      Note: Groom: Woodly Hawkins
      Bride: Peggy Blacknall
      Bond Date: 04 Mar 1844
      Bond #: 000047749
      Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 ImageNum: 000684
      County: Franklin
      Record #: 02 079
      Bondsman: Jno. X. Mitchel
      Witness: W. T. Perry

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