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Isaac T. Aydelott
April 9, 1867 - Feb. Term 1868
(see his 1869 estate record here)
In the name of God Amen I make this my last will and testament it is my will an desire that all my just debts shud bee paid.
1 Item I lend to my daughter Mary my Broad Neck track of land hur lifetime and [smudge] to hur heirs for ever.
Item 2 I lend to my daughter Colenda the long island track of land. Allso Thomas AYDLOTT track. Allso the Parker track in addition I give hur two hundred dollars to make sur shes eaquel then I give to heires for ever.
Item 3d I lend to my sun Isac the maner track whereon I now live and to his heires for ever with the understanding that my wife is to live on it her life time.
[torn] I give to my daughter Frances five d[torn] with the understanding that hur mother is [torn] a right to hur peace of land.
I give tow my wife Lovey & daughter Frances [torn] and Colenda & my son Isac all of my chattel property in doors & out to bee equally divided between them all including notes.
Intestamoney whereof I hav herunto set my hand an afixed my seal in year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty seven Apriel the ninth.
/s/ I.T. AYDELOT Seal
signed in presants of us
Wm. W. CHADDIC
Lucinda GALLOP Jurat
Currituck County Court} February Term 1868
A paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Isaac T. AYDELOTT, deceased, is exhibited for probate in open court and the due execution thereof by the said Isaac T. AYDLOTT is proved by the oath and examination of Lucinda GALLOP, one of the subscribing witnesses thereto. It is therefore considered by the court that the said paper writing and every part thereof is the last will and testament of the said Isaac T. AYDELOTT, and the same is ordered to be recorded and filed. Whereupon the widow of said AYDELOTT to wit, Lovey, appears in open court and dissents from her husbands will.
J.W. BAXTER CCC
Recorded in Book No. 4; Page 269 & 270
J.W. BAXTER CCC
[Source: Microfilm G.030.1548672 - Currituck Co., NC Wills (original) 1841-1924; Vol. Ansell-Woodhouse]
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