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William Gregory
Oct. 11, 1866 - Nov. Term 1866
Currituck Co. Will Book 4 ; pg. 262
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   I William GREGORY of the County of Currituck and State of N.C. being of sound disposing mind and memory do make and declare this and o other to be my last will and testament in manner and form as follows.

   Item I give to my wife Elizabeth GREGORY all my household furniture and cooking utensils except one big cook pot and one hand mill.

   Item 2 I give to my wife Elizabeth GREGORY one horse her choice, one milch cow her choice, one plough & harness, two weeding hoes, two hilling hoes and two axes, five hundred pounds pork, thirty barrels corn, five stacks fodder.

   Item 3 I give to my wife Elizabeth GREGORY all the poultry of every kind and description and black breeding sow.

   My will and desire is that my executor sell all the remainder of my property of every description and after paying my just debts to equally divide the same between my three children Theophalus GREGORY, William GREGORY & Mary GREGORY.

   Lastly I constitute and appoint my friend James MORSE my executor to this my last will & testament to settle all my affairs and comply with the requirements of this will.  In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal this the 11th day October 1866.

    /s/ William [his x mark] GREGORY seal

Test: H.E. BAXTER jurat

See minute docket November Term 1866 for probate
Recorded 23rd Jany. 1867     J.W. BAXTER, CCC

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