Second I desire and will that my Daughter Deborah Ann Roquemore Wife of James A. Roquemore receive Five hundred Dollars in addition to what I have already given her (and will make her equal with what I gave her sister Harriet Walker) to be free from the disposition of her present or any future husband, but to be to her and children by her present or any future husband forever, and I appoint my friend [___blank space___] trustee for the money herein bequeathed to my daughter Deborah Ann and her children together with what she may receive at the final division of my estate.
Third I desire and direct that my daughter Mary Ann Burney wife of Milton L. Burney receive Five hundred Dollars in addition to what I have already given her and make her equal with what I have given her elder Sisters.
Needham Smith and family are buried at their family cemetery in what is now Bonaire, Houston County, Georgia. Of the names found in this first part of Needham's will, that includes his daughters Harriet Walker (1821-1854) and Mary Ann Burney (1831-1857).
Source for will -
"George Probate Records, 1742-1975." Images. FamilySearch. https://familysearch.org : accessed 23 November 2012.