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Evan
Miller, Jr.
will not dated - Feb. 4, 1790
[Gordon Jones' book states this nuncupative will is dated Nov. 14, 1789]
Currituck Co. Will Book 1, p. 245

Evan MILLER JUN. being taken sick on a voyage to Baltimore and during before his return to his dwelling in the time of his sickness he called to John DOXEY and James DOXEY to bear witness, that he the said Evan MILLER did give and bequeath what property he was possessed of as follows Viz.

I give to my Brother Maxamillian MILLER my bees, hogs, corn and my part of the Sloop Sicilly(?).

I give to my Father Evan MILLER 8 sheep, 1 yearling, cloath for one great coat, and cloath for 1 pr. trousers, and 10 bushels salt.

I give to Benjamin TATUM cloath for one great coat.

I give to Armstead SOLES six dollars.

I give to Dinah MILLER one chintz gound pattent.

I give to my Sister Sarah needles.

I give to my Sister Mary Ann needles.

I give to my Sister Elisabeth needles.

I give the remainder of the needles to Mary MILLER.

I give what money I have to be equally divided between my Father Evan MILLER and my Brother Maxamillian MILLER.

I give to John DOXEY JUN. 32 days work which is due me.
    /s/ James DOXEY     jurat
    /s/ John DOXEY        jurat

Recorded and Exam. the 4th day of Feby. 1790

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