From Jean, 01/10/03 -

Alexander's will would have to have been written in America as there is a court mention of it by grandson, Wayman II, referring to it. Lillian thinks perhaps the term was just used loosely. I really believe the will could have been pulled out of the will book and stuck in another book when they were having to check that land when the state put the highway through. Many, many years laterr. It is also possible he could have been living with a daughter in another county when he died and it could be in a county courthouse we don't know about. This happened with Charles of Sinclair Bottom who lived in Washington County, Virginia but will recorded in Orange County, N.C.

Has anyone tried to find any WAYMAN researchers. That is one area I have not checked out and it should be.