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Nathan Robinson
Nov. 14, 1831 - November Term 1831
Currituck Co. Will Book 3; pg. 281

In the name of God Amen, I Nathan ROBINSON of the County of Currituck and State of North Carolina being weak of body, but of sound mind and memory do make this my Last Will & Testament in form following

Item. I lend unto my beloved Wife Julia ROBINSON all of my property within doors and without, land & plantation during her life or widowhood after my just debts being paid and if my Wife Julia ROBINSON should marry, I lend her the one half of my land and plantation on the South side where I now live taking the house and the half of all the property she is in posession—I also lend the half of cedar field or track of land that I bought of Lemuel TAYLOR to my beloved Wife her life time.

Item. I give and bequeath to my Grandson Luke TATEM the land and plantation that I now on.

Item. I lend my Daughter Harret TATUM the cedar field and land belonging to it her life time—I also lend my Daughter Harriet TATEM fifty acres of Bank Land her life time

Item. I give to my beloved Wife one Hundred acres of Bank Land and I do hereby nominate and appoint my Wife Julia ROBINSON and Isaac BAXTER Executors to this my Last Will & Testament revoking all former Wills hereunto made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this fourteenth day of November One Thousand Eight Hundred & Thirty One.
Nathan ROBINSON   seal

In presence of
    B.C. KELLAM    jurat
    Frances [Her x mark] DUNTON

State of North Carolina}    November Term 1831
            Currituck         }
    This Last Will & Testament of Nathan ROBINSON was exhibited in open Court & proved by oath of B.C. KELLAM subscribing witness thereto & ordered recorded. The Executors therein named having refused to qualify—Letters of admin. was granted to Dennis TATEM with Will annexed who qualified in due form of Law & ordered that Letters of Admin with Will annexed issue. The widow also discented therefore in form of Law.

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