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Margret Woodhouse
Aug. 4, 1882 - Sept. 5, 1882

This my last will and testmney made by margret WOODHOUSE in the year 1882 august 4 a d after my beriel exspences is paid I gave my propity as follows to wit I gave one third of my prpity to Thomas McHORNEYs ayers two thrides to Caroline DOXEYs ayers if rebecer dies without lawful ayers for the propity to go back to mag SMITH ayers I her by fix my hand and seal.

[written in the right margin] J.B. DOXEY exitrerer?
   /s/ margret [her x mark] WOODHOUSE    Seal

   T.H. DOXEY
   J.B. DOXEY

Currituck County: In the Probate Court
    A paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Margaret WOODHOUSE is offered for Probate and the execution of the same duly proved by the oath & examination of T.H. DOXEY and J.B. DOXEY witnesses thereto, and it appearing that said Margaret WOODHOUSE was of full age to make a will, of sound mind and disposing memory, and under no restraint or undue influence.  It is ordered adjudged and decreed that the said paper writing thus proven be, and it is hereby declared to be the last will and testament of said Margaret WOODHOUSE.  Let the same be recorded & filed.  This September the 5th 1882.
    /s/ H.B. ANSELL Probate Judge

[Source: Microfilm G.030.1548672 - Currituck Co., NC Wills (original) 1841-1924; Vol. Ansell-Woodhouse]

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