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Jonathan Johnson
Dec. 1, 1761 - April 176?
Currituck Co. Will Book 1, p. 7

North Carolina
Currituck County

In an Inferior Court of Pleas and Quarter Session held at the Courthouse
no use for the said County on the first Tuesday in April 176(illegible)
Present his Majesty Justices----

The following Will was then and proved in due form of said and on motion ordered to be registered which according follows in these words. To Wit:

In the Name of God Amen. First I commit my body to the Earth to be buried in a desent manner and secondly I Recummen (sic) my Sole to God----

Item: After all my lawfull debts is paid I leave the remender par (torn) of all the debts that is due to me unto Solomon ASHBE likewise one bead and furniture one chist one case and boles (sic) one gun and all my Tulls and one gold ring one silk handkirchea one pare of Silver butens one trunk two drest dear skins one Fidel and likewise all my lands that I have in North Carolina after my deseas to him and his hears forever.        December ye 1 day 1761.

    /s/ Jonathan [his x mark] JOHNSON     No Seal

    William BOUSHER
    William BACON
    Sarah ASHBEE

Recorded and examined this tenth day of June 176(illegible)

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