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Currituck County Wills
April 18, 1831 - Feb. Term 1832
Currituck Co. Will Book 3, pg. 320-321
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The Last will and Testament of William WILLIAMSON dec'd. was Exhibited in open Court at Feby Term 1832 & proven by the oath of Dempsy BALLANCE a witness thereto & the Executor therein named Qualifyed and ordered Recorded.
In the name of God amen. I William WILLIAMSON of the County of Currituck being of sound and of perfect mind and memory blessed be God do this day 18 of April in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and thirty one make and publish this my last will & Testament in manner following that is to say
First of all I give unto my Son Hew WILLIAMSON five dollars for his part to my Daughter Poley WILLIAMSON Ten dollars one bed and furniture and one spinning wheel to my Son William WILLIAMSON sixteen dollars.
Actons? after my death I leave my Land and Remainder property to bee sold with credit on my lands of six and twelve months credit and the over plush to be equaley divided between Polly WILLIAMSON Wiloughby and Williamson and I har by make and ordain my worthy friend Enoch L. STEVENS Executor of this my Last Will and Testament in witness har of I the said William WILLIAMSON have to this my last will & testament set my hand and seal the day and year above written signed sealed published and declared by said William WILLIAMSON the testator as his last will and testament in the presents of us who ware present at the time of signing and sealing ther of
/s/ Wm. WILLIAMSON seal
D. BALLANCE jurat
Saley [her x mark] BALLANCE
Recorded & Examined
S. HALL CCC
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