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Julia W
oodhouse
Sept. 21, 1844 - Feb. Term 1845
Currituck Co. Will Book 4, p. 112

The last Will and Testament of Julia Woodhouse deceased was exhibited in open court and the Execution of the Same Proved by the oath of Lancelott POYNER one of the subscribing evidences thereto in due form ordered Recorded.

State of North Carolina, Currituck County,

In the name of God amen, I Julia WOODHOUSE do pronounce this to be my last will and Testament and being of Sound mind and memory at this time

Item I Lend unto my daughter Virginia WOODHOUSE the land and Plantation was left to me by Daniel LINDSEY SENOR deceased and if she dies without a lawful heir, begotten of her body then I Give the said Land and Plantation to my son Daniel Lindsey and my daughter Sarah Ann Lindsey to be Equally divided Between them and their heirs forever.

Item I Give unto my daughter Mary DOXEY one dollar to be raised out of my land, also I Give unto my daughter Gracey B. SANDERSON [note: the name SANDERSON appears to be written over the name LINDSEY] one dollar to be raised out my Land this the 21 day of September 1844 witness whereof I here unto set my [hand] and seal
    /s/ Julia [her x mark] WOODHOUSE     seal

Witness
    L. POYNER Jurat
    James COFFEE

Recorded and Examined the 10 day of March 1845.
The above will was Exhibited at Feby. Term 1845.
    /s/ B. T. SIMMONS C.C.C.

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