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Marriage: Children:
  1. Andrew W. Gordon: Birth: 1802 in Union SC. Death: 1893 in Franklin, Georgia, USA

  2. Richard Gordon: Birth: Abt 1810.

  3. John Calhoun Gordon: Birth: in Pickens SC. Death: 1869 in Texas, USA

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Sources
1. Title:   http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=:2538531
Author:   Jon Gary Dean
Publication:   Jon Gary Dean RR2 Box 943 San Augustine, TX 75972

Notes
a. Note:   G635 GORDAN Nathaniel 1820 M-33 121 136 000111-01001 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF NATHANIEL GORDON. SOUTH CAROLINA. ) PICKENS DISTRICT ) IN THE NAME OF GOD, AMEN: I Nathaniel Gordon of the State and District aforesaid calling to mindthe uncertainty of life do make and ordain this my last will andtestament as follows, to-wit.In the first place I will and bequeath to mygrand daughter Sarah Canter Gordon one Beaureau looking glass table andtwo chairs will to my grand daughter Louisa Gordon one table one bead andbead-clothing two chears my will is after my death the negro woman calledBetty to be sold on twelve month credit the money arriveing from the saleof the said negro to distribution as follows fifty dollars to each of mygrand sons Marian Gordon and William Jefferson Gordon sons of A. W.Gordon, if anything more I give to my daughter-in-law Treasey Gordon ofthe sale of said negro my furniture for kitchen use such as pots andearthenware I leave in the care of my daughter--in-law Treasey Gordon togive to her two daughters called Sarah and Louisa when they need thesame. N.B. If it be lawful for me to give anything to my girl Betty mywill and desire is that there should be of the money arriving from thesale of said negro Betty Fifty dollars placed in the hands of ReubenColeman, Sen'r, for the use of said negro by the said Coleman being paidout of that amount for his trouble. All of my other property hasheretofore been dis-posed of not willed all of my former will heretoforemade and signed are of nonefect and this to be my last will and testamentand last of all I appoint Reuben Coleman, Sen'r my lawful exc'or of toexecute this my will in testimony I hereoff set my hand and affix my sealthis 23rd of April 1842. After funeral expence paid what cash in handsI give to my daughter-in-law Treasey. Signed in the presents of ushis SAMUEL HODGE NATHANIEL x GORD0N.(LS.) S.A. HAMAN.mark M0SES HODGE. RECORDED in Will Book No. 1, page 102. Jas. H. Dendy, O.P.D. Pickens Co. SC Courthouse Proven on Jan, 31, 1844


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