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Aug. 15, 1801 - March 2, 1808
Currituck Co. Will Book 2, p. 320
In the name of God Amen I John BRABBELL of the County of Currituck and State of No. Carolina beeing in a lo state of helth but of sound mind and memory thanks be to God do make and ordain this instrument of righting to be my Last Will and Testament in the manner and form followeth
First is to say I give the plantation that I bought of Wm. BURTON to my Sun John BRABLE to him and his heirs forever if he dies without heir to my Sun James BRABLE to him and his heirs forever. Of James WHITE to my three Suns William and Tatum and John BRABLE to them and their heirs forever.
Also I leave my Sider caskes to be divided between my three suns William and Tatum and John BRABLE to them and their heirs forever.
Also I leave all the remainder part of my property to my Wife duren of her life or wedohood and after her death or marriage to be divided between my three children Rechel MORRIS and Marget and James BRABLE to them and their heirs forever.
Also I leave it to the choice of my Wife if she is a moind to divid with them in her lifetime I give my Wife one third of the afd. Property and Rechel MORRIS and Marget and James BRABLE the other her share to them and their heirs forever.
Also I leve my Wife and Sun William BRABLE my sole executors to this my Last Will and Testament to settle my estate according to this my Last Will and as the law shall charge them given from under my hands and seal this the 15th day of August 1801
/s/ John BRABBELL Seal
Signed sealed and delivered in the presents of us
Test James ETHERIDGE
Armistead SOLES jurat
[Note: No recorded date or probate date is given on this Will. Date of probate is from Currituck County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Minutes.]
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