- 1781, Sep 13 -- Will, Chatham County, NC
Will of John Nall Dec'd. Heirs: widow Martha and children Richard, John, Martin, Molley, James, William, Thomas, Martha and unnamed child about to be born. Executors: Martha (wife), Mial Scerlock and Nicholas Nall. Witnesses: George Hendry, Nicholas Nall and Richard Nall. Proven Jul 1782.
1782, Feb -- Estate, Chatham County, NC
Isaac Brooks, Joseph Stephens and Eleazer Andrus partitioned the land of John Nall Dec'd into nine equal shares for his nine children according to his will: [1 & 2] The tract that Richard Nall lives on makes two shares, divided by a north/south line.  The meadow tract makes the third share by taking 48 acres of the tract that John Nall lives on and adding to the meadow tract.  The remainder of the tract that John Nall lives on makes the fourth share.  The old place that the widow lives on and the mill and three acres of land makes the fifth share.  The place Mr. Smith lives on with taking 195 acres from the Wise place and adding to the former including the orchard and spring makes the sixth share.  The remainder of the Wise place makes the seventh.  The Pigs Branch survey 300 acres and the Saney/Laney(?) branch survey 300 acres makes the eighth share.  The Awtry Branch tract makes the ninth share. The survey of 400 acres lying on the Big Branch is to be divided equally amongst the nine legatees which will be 45 acres and a quarter per share.
1811, Jan 1 -- Deed Book S Pages 85-89, Chatham County, NC
Joshua Hadley, Joshua Newlin, Benjamin Moody and Bennett Fields deeded the following children of John Nall Dec'd.: Richard Nall (of Pendleton County, SC), John Nall, Martin Nall (of GA), William Nall (Williamson County, TN), Thomas Nall, Thomas Younger and wife Mary, Patsey McArthur (of Montgomery County, NC), Heirs of James Nall (Widow, Willis, Jincy, Caroline, Ann and James - of Montgomery County, NC) 500 acres adjoining Nathan Dixon, Richard Thomason, Samuel Martin, Joshua Hadley and Daniel Underwood. Samuel Dowd and Gillym. A. Moody and Josiah Glass.
1811, Feb 1 -- Deed Book R Page 47, Chatham County, NC
Lemuel Smith deeded the heirs of John Nall Dec'd. 400 acres formerly granted to Charles Runalds, heir of Peter Runalds Dec'd. adjoining John Nall. Jeremiah Hadley and Lot Hackney were witnesses.