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Little John Pugh
May 23, 1845 - Aug. Term 1845
Currituck Co. Will Book 4; pg. 114
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The last will and testament of Little John PUGH deceased was exhibited in open court at August Term 1845 and proven by the oaths of William AUSTON and Dameron M. PUGH two of the witnesses there to in due form ordered recorded.

May the 23 day 1845

   A copy of L.J. PUGHS Will on his death bed verably he called upon us to bear witness that he wanted his burial expences paid and all his just debts paid he wanted all his moveable property sold and after paying his burial expences and all his just debts he wanted his widow to have her dower and he wanted his sons George & Dameron and his daughters Felinda and Mary and Louisa all to have one dollar each of them and he wanted Rosia to have twenty five dollars he then wanted the balance to be divided between or amongst his widow and his daughter Celia and his son Little John and his daughter Elizabeth and he wanted his widow to have his house her lifetime and then he gave it to his son Little John.

Attest:
    Wm. D. AUSTIN
    Dameron M. PUGH
    Thomas R. DANIELL
    Amos R. [his  x mark] ETHERIDGE
    Zelphia [her x mark] DAVIS

Examined and Recorded.
    Benjamin T. SIMMONS, CCC

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