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TEXT FROM THE WILL OF THOMAS QUICK 1820
I qive and beaueath to mv
qrandchildren Arthur Skipper and Nancy Skipper

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MICHAEL KING...........RICHARD ODOM.....................ISREAL SNEAD mar, JOHANNAH HENDLEY
son........................................son.........................................son
HENRY KING..............JACOB ODOM SR. .................SAMUEL SNEAD mar. TEMPERANCE BUFORD
daughter...............................son..........................................son
ANN KING   married  JACOB  ODOM JR. ..................PHILLIP BUFORD SNEAD
.............................................son........................................daughter
...................................HENRY SION ODOM   married   MARTHA SNEAD
............................................daughter
....................................NANCY ODOM married ARTHUR SKIPPER
.............................................................................son of
.....................................................................SILAS SKIPPER  married?  unnamed QUICK
............................................................................. son of……………/…………daughter of
 ....................................................................BARNABUS SKIPPER./........THOMAS QUICK
.............................................................................son of……………/…………..son of
.................................................................... GEORGE SKIPPER…/….......AQUILLIA QUICK
  

Aquilla Quick Sr.
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Will of Aquilla Quick
The state of South Carolina

In the name of God amen, I Aquilla Quick of the District of Marlbough and State aforesaid (Planter)
being very sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God, calling
unto mind the mortality of my body and that all men are once to die, do make and ordain this my last
will and testament; and first of all I give and recommend my soul to Almighty God, who gave it, and
my body to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors, and
touching such worldly affairs as God has been pleased to blefts me with in this life, I give demise
and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.

AQUILLA QUICK WILL 1813

Joel BULLARD to Aquilla QUICK 1787 Deed

Thomas Quick Sr.
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THOMAS [X] QUICK WILL BOOK A 1787-1881
Page 109
/s/ 13th June 1819
/p/ 1st January 1822
Wife Catherine
Sons Thomas Quick, Jr. and James Quick
Daus Polly Driggers, Rachel Grooms, Catherine Rolo, Jane Bullard, Cynthia
Quick, Susannah Quick, Louisa Quick, Temperance Brigman, and Patsy Driggers.
Grdsns David Quick, Drury Skipper and Arthur Skipper
Grddtrs Jane Quick, Sylla Quick, Alice Quick and Nancy Skipper
Mentions Land bought from Aquilla Quick and land adjoining George Quick and
Joshua Brigman
Excr Son Thomas Quick, Jr. and James Quick
Wit D. Robertson, William F. Ellerbe, Charles P. Malone
Add Wit 5th December 1820 Henry Covington and Oliver H. Kollock

Thomas Quick, Sr.'s wife Catherine Penne (Penny).

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Thomas Quick (Sr.) left a will in Marlboro, June 30, 1819, in which he lists wife Catherine; sons Thomas, Jr. and James; daughters Rachel Grooms, Catherine Rollo, Jane Bullard, Cynthia Quick, Susannah Quick, and Louise Quick; grandson David Quick; granddaughter Jane Quick; daughter Temperence Brigman; grandson Drury Skipper; daughter Patty Driggers; three grandchildren Lylla, Alice and Anquish Quick; grandchildren Arthur and Nancy Skipper.

Joel Bullard Deed to Thomas Quick 1799

houses orchards Gardens woods 7 ways & waters

 children listed for Thomas Quick: FNU Quick (mother of Arthur, Nancy and maybe Drury), Thomas Jr., James, Rachel, Catherine, Jane, Susannah, Louisa, and Patsy.  I have the mother of Arthur and the wife of Slias Skipper as the FNU Quick. 

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.TEXT FROM THE WILL OF THOMAS QUICK 1820
I qive and beaueath to mv
qrandchildren Arthur Skipper and Nancy Skipper one half a track of land situated in the fork of crooked creek and liqhtwood knot creeks that half lying on liqhtwood Knot beinq a part of land purchased from Aauilla Ouick deceased supposed to contain two hundred and fifty acres to be divided between them share and share alike at the death o my lovinq wife or when they shall arrive at lawful aqe or marry to them and their heirs forever.

Thomas Quick Will 1820

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Census_Year 1790            
    Microfilm # M637-11            
    State South Carolina            
    County              
    City/District Cheraw District            
    Enumerator John Punch            
Free White Males          
    Head of Family 16 and up including Head Under 16 Free White Females Others Slaves Remarks
Page # Line # Last Name First Name  1 2 3 4 5 6
361 35  King John 5 3 6 0 3 
361..36  King George 11 3 0 0 
361..37  King  Henry  1 2 1 0 0
363 23 Clements Isaac 1 0 1 0 0  
367 4 Herring James 1 2 4 0 0  
367 5 Herring Sam'l 1 0 2 0 2  
370 13 Clements Thomas 1 0 1 0 0  
370 14 Clements Josiah 1 0 1 0 0  
380 11 Quick Solomon 1 2 5 0 0  
380 12 Quick Thomas 1 3 9 0 3  
380 49 Quick Aquilla 3 3 7 0 0
381 18 Oddium John 1 5 6 0 0 0
381 19 Oddium Jacob 1 1 1 1 0
  
rest are brothers

Census Year: 1810   State or Territory: SC   County:  Marlboro    Stamped no: 91A
                              |            Free White persons             |
   |                                 |          Male       |          Female     |
   |                                 |   0  10  16  26  45 |   0  10  16  26  45 | Not |     |      |                   
LN | Firstname       Lastname        |  10  16  25  45   + |  10  16  25  45   + | Tax | Slv | SNDX |
Stamped no: 92
19 | Wm              Bridges         |   3   1   0   1   0 |   2   0   0   1   0 |   2 |   0 | B632 |
20 | Ben             Bridges         |   2   1   0   1   0 |   4   2   0   0   1 |   1 |   0 | B632 |
Stamped no: 93
15 | Jno             Turner          |   3   0   0   1   0 |   1   0   0   1   0 |   0 |   0 | T656 |
Stamped no: 92A
 1 | Frances         Bridges         |   1   1   1   1   0 |   0   1   1   0   1 |   1 |   0 | B632 |
 5 | James           Odum            |   2   3   1   1   0 |   4   1   0   0   1 |   0 |   0 | O350 |
Stamped no: 93
41 | John            Skipper         |   3   1   1   0   0 |   3   0   0   1   0 |   0 |   0 | S160 |
Stamped no: 94
25 | Aquilla         Quick           |   1   2   0   0   1 |   0   1   1   1   0 |   0 |   9 | Q200 |
Stamped no: 94A
18 | Thomas Sr.      Quick           |   2   0   1   0   1 |   0   0   3   0   1 |   0 |  17 | Q200 |
Stamped no: 95
27 | Aaron           Odum            |   4   0   0   1   0 |   0   0   1   0   0 |   0 |   0 | O350 |
Stamped no: 95A
 8 | Sion Sr.        Odum            |   2   0   1   0   1 |   1   2   1   0   1 |   0 |   0 | O350 |

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All that is essential for the triumph of evil is
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for good people to do nothing



1824 Deed From Joshua Brigman of Richmond, NC to Josiah Scipper
Researched by T. L. England. Contributed by: Joy Skipper Cornwell Charleston, SC. Posted August 22, 2004 by Myrtle Bridges


1/24/1824: 300 a, west of Crooked Creek, being part of land conveyed to Thos Quick Sr by
Aquilla Quick Sr, Temperance Brigman is wife of Joshua Brigman. Know all men by these presents
that I Joshua Brigman of the State of North Carolina and County of Richmond for and in consideration
of the Sum of one hundred and sixty dollars well and duly paid to me by Josiah Scipper of the state
of South Carolina and district of Marlborough the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged do hereby
grant sell and convey to the said Josiah Scipper his heirs and assigns a certain tract and parcel
of land containing three hundred acres lying and being in the state of South Carolina on the west
side of Crooked Creek joining Stephen Quick's and Mark Turner's land beginning at a sake in said
Quicks line and runs North 22 degrees west 45 chains to a stake three pine pointers thence north
84 degrees east 71 chains to the run of Crooked Creek then south 22 degrees east down said run 45
chains to the mouth of a small chain? In said Turners Mill pond, then south 84 degrees west 71 chains
to the beginning being part of a tract of 545 acres conveyed to Thomas Quick Senr by Aquilla Quick
Senr
. To have and to hold the same unto the said Josiah Scipper his heirs and assigns to his and
their use and behalf forever and I do covenant to the said Scipper his heirs and assigns that I am
lawfully seized in fee? Of the premises that they are free of all incumbrance, I also bind myself,
my heirs and assigns executors administrators and assigns to warrant to for ever defend the same
to the said Josiah Scipper his heirs and assigns forever against the lawful claims and demands of
all presents in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 7th day of January 1824.

Signed sealed and delivered in presence of I Joshua BRIGMAN make and except of all the land said
Mark Turner Mill pond does now overflow in easy sayo? Mark Tuner has a lawful claim for the same?
to the said Scippers as above mentioned.

Signed: Joshua Brigman. John Donalson, one of the justices of the quorum as the case may be do
hereby certify to all whom it may concern that Temperance BRIGMAN the wife of the within named
Joshua BRIGMAN did this day appear before me

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Nancy Odom
Birth: 1805 in Marlboro County., South Carolina
Death: 1865 in Yorkville, Gibson County., Tennessee
Sex: F
Father: Henry Sion Odom
Mother: Martha Snead

 

Myrtle BRIDGES, 1997 Extracts from the NC Archives on Marlborough Citizens
Generously contributed by Myrtle Bridges, author of a new book on Richmond County, NC
"Our Native Heath Richmond County 1779-1899"
For those who are interested in learning more about the book,
visit her
website.
Thank you, Myrtle!

 

Will of Aquilla Quick
The state of South Carolina    
In the name of God amen,  I Aquilla Quick of the District of Marlbough and State aforesaid (Planter) being very sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory,  thanks be given to God, calling unto mind the mortality of my body and that all men are once to die,  do make and ordain this my last
will and testament;  and first of all I give and  recommend my soul to Almighty God, who gave it, and my body to the earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors, and touching such worldly affairs as God has been pleased to blefts me with in this life,  I give demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
FIRST,  I give and bequeath to my youngesr daughter Ann all that track or parsel of land lying on the North side of Crooked Creek containing three hundred acres (more or less) being all I prossess on the north side of Creek, together with half my household furniture and two negro girls Ella and Maria
and my stock of cattle on said north side Crooked creek and two horses and half my stock of hogs. 
To my daughter Mercy,  I give and bequeath five hundred acres know by the name of the cowpens,  and the other half of my household furniture and two negro girls known as  Lucy and Hannah and the stock of cattle on the above land and two horses and the other half of my hogs.  To my son Stephen, the
plantation where on he now lives,  containing three hundred acres.  To my nephew Zachariah Quick,  I  bequeath the plantation whereon he now lives, containing  one hundred acres,  and to my own begotten children  Judith  Viner,  Nancy Chavis, Charlotte Lochlier and Aquilla Quick, I bequeath 
one hundred acres of land each, in the fork of Lightwood Knott and Crooked Creek, to be marked off and divided among them by my Executors.  To my Grandson Lodowick,  (Aquilla's Son) I give my upper plantation know by my home place,  containting ,  one hundred acres more or less and a negro girl named Mace, and to my Grandson  Tristram,  Stephens son  I give my negro boy named Allen., and to all my other children not mentioned above and to James Quick my Grandchild,  I give and bequeath
all the remaining part of my property not given or  bequethed above,  to be equally divied among them by my Executors and moreover I appoint my son Stephen Quick and Thomas Quick my sole and  lawful executors.  And I do hereby utterly disavow, revoke and disannul  all and every  other testaments wills, legacies, bequeaths and Executors,  by me before now in my life named willed, bequeath or appointed, ratifying and confirming this my and only this to be my last will and
testament.  

In witness where of I here unto set my hand and seal,  this  day of A.D. 1813 in the 37th year of the Independence of American , signed, sealed, published and by  P. Aquilla Quick as his last
Will and Testament  in the presence of us
                      The above property to br kept intire and at my own disposal till after my            
                      Death                                               
                                                             Aquilla (x) Quick
Noah Whitington                                              March 2,  1813
Joseph (x) English                 

Recorded will book   A  pg. 92     Case I      Box 8
Recorded 22 April 1813
Recorded by Wm Easterling
Ordinary, M.D.