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Currituck County Wills
June 24, 1816 - Feb. Term 1825
Currituck Co. Will Book 3, p. 184
In the name of God Amen.
I Richard PARR of the State of No. Carolina and County of Currituck being in good health and sound disposing mind and memory calling into mind the mortality of my sole and knowing is appointed for all men once to die having and being disposed to make this my Last Will and Testament revoking all others but this herein after mentioned.
Item. I leave the use of the land where I now live to my dear beloved Wife Frances PARR during her widowhood also all the rest of my property boath within dores and without the use only in the same manner as the land is left and not to make wast of the same.
Item. I give and bequeath to my two Sons Richard PARR and Dennis PARR the land whereon I now live to be equally between them and their heirs forever after the death or widowhood of my Wife Frances PARR.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my children herein after named say James PARR, Polley PARR, Lettes PARR, Willoughby PARR, William PARR and Jonathan PARR all of my moveable property boath within dores and without to be equally divided between them and their heirs forever after the death or widowhood of my Wife Frances PARR.
I constitute and appoint my Son James PARR & Dennis DOZIER to this my Last Will and Testament revocing of all other wills signed sealed and delivered this to be his will in presence of us
Penelepe [Her x mark] REED
Dennis DOZIER SEN.
This 24th day of June Anno Dom 1816
/s/ Richard [his x mark] PARR seal
Recorded and examined July 7th 1825
S.HALL CLK per James G. HALL DCLK
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