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William Bell
Aug. 27, 1721; Aug. 31, 1721
Secretary of State Original Wills NC

No. Carolina Corrotuck Prect.

Mr. William BELL Late of this prect. before he Dyed being in good sense & memory made a Verball will as followeth--
Imprimus. He did give unto his son William BELL one negro man named York and one negro woman named Doll.

Item. that all the rest of his worldly Estate Should be equally Devided between his Wife and children and if any of his Children should dye before they Come of age then their part to be equally Devided between the Rest of the Children.

The above Mr. William BELL Declared this will before we the subscribers
August the 27th 1721

The mark of Thomasin (her mark) ONEAL
The mark of Mary (her mark) ONEAL
The mark of Deborah (her mark) PELL
The mark of Sarah (her mark) WALKER

This Verball Will made oath to by the above Evidences August the 31st 1721 before us

Mr. Wm. BELL's Nonqupative will
Aug. 27th 1721
Lres. granted
8th Apl. 1725 [Last number in the year is questionable--M.H.]
to Benja. PAYTON

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