Will of William Goldsborough
Talbot Co., Maryland
May 15, 1750
William Goldsborough of Talbot County, Md., gent., dated 15 may 1750.
My plantation in Island Creek, Talbot Co., to my wife Henrietta Maria Goldsborough during her lifetime with remainder to my nephew Greenbury Goldsborough, son of my brother John Goldsborough, and he is also to have my negro men Cato, Liverpool and Sparrow, my negro woman Sabina and her mulatto daughter Flora.
To my nieces Mary and Ann Money, daughters of my late sister Mary Money, 20 pounds sterling each.
A mourning ring to my brothers Robert, Nicholas, Charles and John Goldsborough.
To my niece Caroline Goldsborough, daughter of my lately deceased brother Howes Goldsborough, 30 pounds sterling when she is 16.
To my son-in-law Thomas Robins a tract of 621 acres near Choptank Bridge in Dorchester Co. called Goldsborough lately surveyed to me.
100 pounds sterling to my daughter-in-law Elizabeth Robins.
10 pounds sterling each to my daughter-in-law Anna Maria Holliday and to Margaret, Henrietta Maria and Susanna Robins.
The residue to my said wife who is to be my exex.
William Thomas, Robert Harwood, Jacob Hindman, Tristram Thomas, Edward Knott
AWW 2 Jan 1766 to William Anderson, attorney for the relict in Md.