Note: l & Testament which was probated June 6, 1811 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Thomas was on 1767 tax List Hamiltonbann Twp, York Co., Pennsylvania. They moved to Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania, circa 1778, sold out in 1795 (Deed Book 8-1 page 142) and bought a parcel in Pitt Twp, Allegheny Co, deed recorded on 9 Sept 1795., and in 1803 to St. Clair Twp, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. The land that Thomas sold in 1795 was a land patent granted to him on 5 Mar 1790 for land in Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania, (Patent Book 16, page 181)
Thomas was a Lieutenant in the "Rangers on the Frontiers 1778-1783"
1790 U.S. Census - Unity Twp, Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania 1800 U.S. Census - Pitt Twp, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania 1810 U.S. Census - St. Clair Twp, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
Recorded 4 May 1811 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania - In the name of God Amen, I Thomas Fletcher of the County Allegheny and commonwealth of Pennsylvania being weak in body but of sound & perfect mind and memory considering the certainty of death the uncertainty of the time of this mortal - Blessed to Almighty God for the same have determined to make this my last will & Testament in manner & form following that is to say. First I give and bequeath unto my wife Ann Fletcher all my estate real and personal during her life. At her decease I desire my sanded? estate in Allegheny County may be divided into three equal part according to quality one third part I devise unto my eldest son John Fletcher. also I devise one third part unto my younger son Thomas Fletcher one third part unto my younger son William Fletcher, I devise his one third part, Also I give and bequeath unto my four daughters single women Mary Fletcher & Ann Fletcher & Sarah Fletcher & Cetsy Fletcher their maintenance of the above mentioned property so long as they live single. Also unto Mary Fletcher I give & bequeath at the time horse & saddle & bedding, one cow. also I give and bequeath unto Ann Fletcher one horse & saddle & bedding, one cow - Also I give and bequeath onto Ceatsy Fletcher one horse & salle, one cow & bedding. Also I give & bequeath unto my married daughter Everinah Bracken one cow at the decease of the above Ann Fletcher. I do appoint the above mentioned John Fletcher and Thomas Fletcher executors of this my last will. In witness whereof I have set my hand & seal this second day of March in the year of our Lord 1811. Signed sealed & published in presence of Gustavus Henry, Archibald Fletcher.
An inventory of the estate of Thomas Fletcher was presented to the court on 3 July, 1811.
Note: Children's names were taken from Thomas Fletcher's Last Wil
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