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Sally Scarber
Feb. 2, 1838 - Nov. Term 1838
Currituck Co. Will Book 4 ; pg. 54
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The Last Will and Testament of Salley SCARBER was exhibited at Nover. Term 1838 and duly proved by the oath of Thomas DOUDY JUR. [Junior or Jurat?] one of the subscribing evedences there to in due form of Law and ordered Recorded.

   In the name of God amen I Sally SCARBER of the State of N. Carolina and County of Currituck being sick and weak in body but of sound mine and memory thanks be to God for the same.  Calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all to die I do make and ordain this my last will and Testament in manner and form following.

   Item  leave all my house hold furniture to be sold and four Head of Shoats one sow and pigs one Cow and Yearling and Some Iron ware and Some Barrels.

   I leave for my youngest childs board to be paid for twelve months and then the rest of my money or notes which Shall Arise from from [sic] the sale of my property to be equally Divided between all my Children after all my Just debts are paid.

   Lastly I nominate and appoint Lancelott POYNER Executor of this my Last Will and Testament.  In witness whereof the said Salley SCARBER hath here unto Set her hand and Seal this 2 day of Feby 1838.

        /s/ Sally [her x mark] SCARBER seal

Assigned sealed pronounced by the Testator in presence of
    Thomas [his x mark] DOUDY     jurat
    Mahala [her x mark] CORBEL

Examined & recorded this 20th January 1839

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