George Loy (Married
(Elizabeth) Tilghman (Tilman) (Tillman) (#220) about
1770 in Orange County, North Carolina; another source says about 1768
in Bucks County Penn.
year 1745 (1743) (1733) in Bucks County,
(probably in Pennsylvania, another source
says about 1739 in Orange County, N.C., another says in Baden, Germany
of Martin Loy (Leeye) (Ley) (#437)
Foust (#438) .(The source of the blue information on this page is the Loy Family Website, maintained by Delores Rochelle Walls).
will proven October 1799, died at St. Asaph’s District, Orange, North Carolina.
He is buried at Stoners Church in Alamance, North Carolina.
[His siblings included:
Loy (Married Margaret Tillman?
) Born: circa 1757 in Berks County,
Pennsylvania. Died: Circa February 1798
in St. Asaph’s District, Orange County, North
(Married: Mary Duffie Holt) Born: 1 April 1747
in Berks County, Pennsylvania. Died: 3 May 1840
in St. Asaph's District Orange County (now Alamance), North Carolina (he is in census for 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830, and 1840 for Orange County, North Carolina; also in 1779 Tax Records List);
Mary Loy (Married: George Foust John George
Sharp) Born: Circa 1754 in Berks County,
Pennsylvania. Died: ?,
Stephen Loy Born: ? Died: ?,
Jacob Loy Born: ? Died: ? ].
Miscellaneous: In the 1790 United
States Federal Census, a George Loy was living in Orange County, North
George and his wife had 10 children,
including Elizabeth, Margaret Ann, Catharine (Caty (#110), John William "Fisher", Rachel, Jacob, Sarah, George, Henry, and William.
of George's will and the three statements below the will were sent to Susan L. Snyder on June 9, 2000 by Georgiamhh@aol.com.
THE WILL OF
In the name of God, amen. I,
George Loy of the county of Orange and State of North Carolina being
in perfect memory thanks be to Almighty God, do make this my last Will
and Testament. First, I commit my soul into the hands of almighty
God and that gave it to my body. I commit it to the earth to be
decently buried at the discreation (sic) of my Ececutors (sic) hereafter
named and for what wordly goods it hath pleased God to bestow on me
I give devise (sic) and dispose of in the following manner and form
Item I lend to my loving wife
the use of my dweling (sic) plantatin and all my lands during (sic)
her life or widowhood and after her death or widowhood to be equilly
(sic) divided amongst my sons to wit. John Loy and William Loy
their (sic) heirs and assigns for ever (sic)
Item I give and bequeath unto
my daughter Sally Loy one feather bed and furniture two cows and calfs,
six pewter plates and one dish and bason (sic) & half a dozen of
spoons it is my desire that as much of stock to be sold as will, may
all debts and no more
Item I also, lend unto my loving
wife all the remainder part of my estate during her life or widowhood
that the word estate may be fully understood. I say all my stock,
horses, cows, hogs, and household furniture and after her death or widowhood
to be equally divided among all my children named: Elizabeth Moser,
Caty Albright, Margret Clapp, John Loy, Rachel Albright, Jacob Loy,
Sally Loy, George Loy, Henry Loy, William Loy and to their heirs and
assigns forever (sic). I nomenate (sic) and appoint my loveing
(sic) wife and my son John Loy - Ececutrix (sic) & Ececutor (sic)
of this my last will and testament; hereby, revoking and disanlling
(sic) all other wills by me heretofore made and do acknowledge this
to be my last will.
In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and seal this 18th day of October 1799
Signed, sealed, acknowledged
and pronnounced to be my ) George Loy ( )
last will and Testament in the presence of Michael Holt, )
The above will is from Orange County Original Wills
- Volume III, page 6
Note: The reader will note
that the copyist failed to capitalize GOD, used very little punctuation
and spelling words according to the way they sounded. This
will was copied exactly as written from the original (photostat.)
George Loy signed his own will
(almost illegible). The two men Michael Holt and John Loy also
signed their names. Marriage records in NC show some of the Albrights,
Sharps, and Hots marrying two generations of Loy. Groups of Loys
and Mosiers, Holts, Sharps, etc., moved together from NC to Ala. according
to records where their names are mentioned in both states.
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