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Early Wills of Granville County, Part 2

Transcribed by Deloris Williams

Will of GEORGE ANDERSON-1771

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771

A scetch of the contents of GEORGE ANDERSONs Will.

I give & bequeth the plantation whereon I now live to NATHAN BASS/ I give a hefer to LID ANDERSON daughter to LISHA ANDERSON
I give 2 kows & calves to LOVEY BASS/ I give WILLIAM PETTIFORD son of LARRENCE 6 puter plates/ I give GEORGE PETIFORD a bed/ my great mare to be sold to pay my debts I give my young mare to MARGET BASS.
I give my three children JERREY ANDERSON KATE HARRIS & BETTEY SMITH one shilling each apies the remainder part of my Estate toward defraying my funeral expenses & paying my debts except one shilling which I gave my wife MARY ANDERSON.

GEORGE ANDERSON SENIOR ("T" his mark)

Test} ROBERT HICKS
I apoint WM J. CARTER & JOHN WEEKES my Executors

proved by ROB'T HICKS


Granville County Ss. May Court 1771

The Execution of the within Will was duly proved in open Court by the oath of ROBERT HICKS & on motion it was ordered to be recorded.

Truly Recorded by ISAAC EDWARDS C.C.
 

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Will of SAMUEL BENTON- 1770

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771

In the Name of God Amen, I SAMUEL BENTON of the County of Granville in the Province of North Carolina, being of perfect sound mind and memory (blessed be God) do this eighteenth day of February In the Year of our Lord Christ one thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy, Make and Publish this my last Will and Testament. In manner following,(viz)
First my Will is that the Debts due to my Estate be by my Executors (herein after mentioned) Collected with all possible expedition, and that he or they making such collection be allowed one half of all the sums by him or them recovered ord collected from persons not being inhabitants or having Estates within this Province. Secondly my Will is that my said Executors do at any time after my decease, and at their own discretion sell and dispose of my seal called and by the name of Oxford, Including one Thousand acres of land be the same more or less. And out of the money arising a sufficiency by them immediately applyed in discharging of my just debts and bestowing suitable educatin to such of my children as shall not have received a computancy thereof. And I do hereby authorize and impower my said Executors to make and execute a deed or deeds thereby conveying the property of the said lands and premises unto the purchaser or purchasers. Thirdly my will and desire is that my said Executors do when requisite provide a convenient seal in or about the neighbourhood, wherein BENJAMIN HARDY and THOMAS CRAWFORD now dwells, or else where and erect sufficient buildings thereon for my beloved wife FRANCES to dwell at during her natural life and widowhood and at her decease or marriage my will is that the property of the said land and premises be immedialtely vested in my son SAM. Fourthly, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife FRANCES, my stock of all kinds, together with all my household furniture and working tools. My will is likewise that three Negroe Slaves (to wit) SAMBO, GABRIEL & SARAH remain in the possession of my said wife during her natural life & widowhood and at her decease or marriage my will is that the said three Negroe slaves be by my Executors exposed to sale and the monies arising thereby, by them applyed to the payment of legacies and the overplus, if any to be equally divided between my son SAM and others of my younger children whom shall then survive.
fifthly, I give unto my son JESSE my case of pistols and ten pounds to buy him a sword. Sixthly, I give to my beloved daughter BETTEY BRUCE ten pounds to buy her a hunting saddle and a ring. Seventhly I give and bequeath to my daughter PENNY one small Negroe girl slave called and known by the name of LINDA [or SINDA?].
Eighthly my will and desire is that a young Negroe girl slave (if not raised in the Family) be purchased, and the property thereof be vested in my daughter PATTEY.
Ninthly I give and bequeath unto my sons SAMUEL and AUGUSTINE all my property and claim of lands lying on the waters of Smiths Creek in Johnston County to be equally divided between them. And in case either of them should decease before arrival to full age my will is that the survivor inherit the whole. Tenthly, my will is that in case any surplus shall remain after payment of my debts and the several legacies herein before mentioned that it be equally divided between my son SAM and his younger Brothers and Sisters. Eleventhly my will and most earnest desire is that my said Executors cautiously observe and direct the tuition of my three youngest sons, and that each of them closely pursue some creditable and advantageous imployment until arrival at full age. And lastly I do hereby appoint constitute make and ordain my son JESSE BENTON and CHARLES BRUCE my whole and sole Executors of this my last Will and Testament, utterly disallowing revoking and disanuling all and every other Will or Wills, Testaments or Testaments by me heretofore made ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my Seal the Day and Year first above written.

S. M. BENTON

Signed Sealed Published and declared by the said Testator SAMUEL BENTON as and for his last Will and Testament in the Presence of us, who in his Presence and at his request have Subscribed our Names as Witness thereto

BROMFIELD RIDLEY
SAMUEL HENDERSON JNR.
THOS. HENDERSON Jurat


Granville County
April Inferior Court anno Dom. 1770

The within Will was proved by THOMAS HENDERSON one of the subscribing witnesses thereto, who swore that he saw the within mentioned SAMUEL BENTON the Testator Sign, Seal, Publish, Pronounce and Declare the same to be and contain his last Will & Testament, and that at the time of executing the same, according to the best of his knowledge and belief, the said Testator was of sound and disposing mind and memory. JESSE BENTON one of th Executors therein named came into Court and was duly qualified. Ordered that Letters Testamentory issue to him accordingly.

Test.
I. EDWARDS, C.C.

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Will of PHILEMON BRADFORD- 1769

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771

In the Name of God Amen I PHILEMON BRADFORD of the County of Granville and Province of North Carolina being in perfect health and sound mind and memory thanks be to God for the same and knowing that it is apointed for all men to die do make this my Last will and Testament in maner and form following and first of all I recommend my soul to almighty God who gave it in assure and comfortable ness of a joyfull Resurrection through the merits and sufferings of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and I leave the entrust of my body to the discretion of my Executors hereafter named and as to my Temporal Estate my deats and funeral charges being first paid and sattisfied I give and dispose as followeth Item I give to my daughter ELISABETH HUDSPEATH five pounds proclamation money to her and her heirs forever. Item I give to my son THOMAS BRADFORD five pounds proclamation money to him and his heirs forever. Item I give to my son PHILEMON BRADFORD five pounds proclamation money to him and his heirs forever. Item I give to my daughter MARY WHITE five pounds proclamation money to her and her heirs forever Item I give to my son RICHARD BRADFORD five pounds proclamation money to him and her heirs forever I lend to my loving Wife MARY BRADFORD my plantation and tract of Land whereon I now Live and one Negro man named GILBIRD and one Negro Woman named HANNER and one Negro Woman named JUDY and one Negro Woman named MILLEY and Negro boy named NED and one Negro girl named DILCE and one Negro boy named BOB and also my stock and household goods over and above what I shall give to my two sons hereafter named all which I lend to her during her life or remaining my widow and other death or marrage. Item I give to my son JOHN BRADFORD all that tract of Land I purchased of my son THOS. BRADFORD on each side of fort Creek begining at a Red oak runing North to a Read oak thence East to a white oak thence South to the Road thence along the Road to my old line on the Creek thence along my old line to the first station containing fore hundred acres more or less also I give to my son JOHN BRADFORD at the death or marrage of his Mother MARY BRADFORD the Negro man GILBIRD and the Negro woman HANNER and the Negro girl DILCE and there increase and all the stock of cattle I have at WILLIAM PARNALs and three cows and calves out of my stock at home and six sowes and pigs two beads and furnerture to him and his Heirs forever but if my son JOHN BRADFORD should die before lawfull age or marrage then I give the land and the Negros given to him to be equally divided between all my children living Item I give to my son DAVID BRADFORD at the death or marrage of his Mother MARY BRADFORD all the track of land I now live on containing fore Hundred acres more or less and bounded as followeth to wit, begining at a white oak runing East to a pine thence North to a white Oake thence West to a Spanish oak thence South to a corner of two persimmon trees thence along a line of mark trees to the poppler Branch thence up the sd Branch to a corner poppler thence East to a ash thence South to the first station also at her death I give to my son DAVID BRADFORD thirty acres of land more or less beginning at a gum in my old line runing East to the rode thence along the sd road to my old line on the Creek thence along the old line to the first station being part of the land I bote of my son THOS. BRADFORD I also at the death or marrage of his Mother MARY BRADFORD I give one Negro woman named JUDA and one Negro woman named MILLEY one Negro boy named NED and one Negro boy named BOB and their increase also six cows and calves also six sows and pigs also two beads and furnerture to him and his Heirs forever also it is my will if my son DAVID BRADFORD should die before lawfull age or marrage then I give the lands and Negros given to him to be equaly divided between all my children living lastly I do make and constitute my loving Wife MARY BRADFORD and my son THOS. BRADFORD and my son PHILEMON BRADFORD my Executors of this my Last will and Testament in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 25 day of August 1769.

PHILEMON BRADFORD SR.


Signed Sealed and Delivered in presents of
JOSEPH PARKER ("+" his mark) Jurat
MARY PARKER ("+" her mark)
JAMES HEFFLEN ("+" his mark) Jurat
CHRISTOPHER PARNAL ("X" his mark)


North Carolina
Granville County
January Court 1770


This Will was proved in Open Court by the oaths of JOSEPH PARKER & JAMES HEFFLIN subscribing witnesses thereto & on motion it was ordered to be recorded. Then MARY BRADFORD Executrix and THOMAS BRADFORD Executor therein named qualified as such which was ordered to be certified.

Teste
SAM'L BENTON C.C.
 

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Will of RICHARD FOWLER-1770

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771


In the name of God amen the 28th day of October one thousan seven hundred and seventy. I RICHARD FOWLER of the County of Granvill and Province of North Carolina being weak of bodybut of Perfect mind and memmory thanks be to allmighty God and calling to mind the mortallity of this transitory life and that allthogh must ones old up unto death when it shal please God to call do make and appoint this my Last Will and testament in manner following that is to say first to give and recommend my soul into the hands of Allmighty God that gave it me making no doubt but at the General Resurrection to receive it again and my body to be decently buried in the Earth.
And as to my transitory Estate where with the Love hath been pleased to give one me with in this transitory Life My will and desire is that they may be disposed of by my Executors hereafter named in the manner hereafter mentioned.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son WILLIAM FOWLER the tract of land and Plantation whereon I now Live containing three hundred and five acres to him his heirs and assigns forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my son RICHARD FOWLER one cow and calf to be paid by the hand of my Executor hereafter named.
Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter JANE FOWLER one feather bed and furniture to be paid by the hand of my Executors hereafter named.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter PHEBE FOWLER one feather bed and furniture to be paid by the hand of my Executors hereafter named.
Item I give and bequeath all and singular the rest of my Estate to my well beloved wife GRACE FOWLER for and during her life and proved any part should be left or remain after her death is that it be paid to my two daughters JANE and PHEBE FOWLER.

And I do hereby authorize and appoint my loving son THOMAS FOWLER and my friend JOHN WILLIAMS and my loving wife GRACE FOWLER Executors of this my Last Will and Testament disannuling and making void all other Wills and testaments by me made or caused to be made and this only and alone to be my Last Will.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the day and Month and year above writen.

Signed Sealed and Published
RICHARD FOWLER ("R" his mark)

In the presents of
JOHN FOWLER ("F" his mark)
FRANCIS FOWLER


Rich'd Fowlers Will
Granville County Ss.
August Court 1771

The within Will was proved by FRANCIS FOWLER one of the subscribing witnesses thereto swore that he saw the within mentioned RICHARD FOWLER the Testator sign seal publish pronounce & declare the same to be & contain his last will & Testament was of sound & disposing mind & memory.

Test
ISAAC EDWARDS C.C.

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Will of JOSHUA HIGHTOWER - 1770

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771

In the Name of God Amen I JOSHUA HIGHTOWER of the Parish of Nottoway and County of Amelia being aged & Infirm but of perfect memory & sense thanks be to Almighty God for the same calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is ordained for all men to die & after that the Judgment I do in my Proper sense, and deliberately make and ordain this my Last Will & Testament in manner & form following Viz
I lend to my loving Wife SUSANNAH HIGHTOWER during her life the Plantation & the use of the small room in my house & also Lend the following Negroes during her life viz, GEORGE, SARAH and OLD MARY and the tools they work with, I also lend her during life all my Household & Kitchen furniture except the bed & furniture my son CHARNEL commonly lies on. Item I give & bequeath to my loving Son CHARNEL HIGHTOWER the tract of land I now live on and all the appurtenances thereunto belonging to him & his heirs forever (only his Mother is to have during life the Plantation & the other things before bequeathed her).
I also give and bequeath to him the following Negroes & their increase to him & his Heirs forever Viz, WINNEY & SARAH after the death of his Mother, I also give him a feather bed with all the furniture belonging to it, I give and bequeath to my loving son JOSEPH HIGHTOWER two Negroes and their increase viz, ABBA & JAMES to him & his heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to my loving son ROBERT HIGHTOWER two Negroes and their increase viz, SIMON & JUDAH to him and his heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath to my loving son TAVENOR HIGHTOWER two Negroes viz, PATT and JACOB and their increase to him & his heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath to my loving son EPAPHRODITUS HIGHTOWER three Negroes and their increase, viz, ADAM LUCY & MANN to him & his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my loving grandson JOSHUA HAMMOND a Negro girl ABBA the daughter of the wench WINNEY and her increase to him & his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my loving grandson JOHN HAMMOND a Negro girl named BETTY, and her increase to him and his Heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath my loving grandson JOSHUA THORN a Negro boy named CHARLES to him and his heirs forever. Item I lend the use of a Negro wench named CRIS and her Increase to my daughter KATERINE THORN during her life and after her decease my Will and desire is that CRIS and her children be then equally divided amongst the sons of my daughter THORN except JOSHUA who is to have CHARLES the son of CRIS, I give the said Negroes to them and their Heirs forever. I give and bequeath to my son in law WILLIAM JONES two Negros, viz, JOHN and JENNY & her increase to him and his heirs forever. I also give him the wench OLD MARY after the death of my Wife to him & his heirs forever.
Item I give and bequeath to my loving grand daughter KATERINE HAMMOND a cow and calf to have and to hold to her & heirs forever. Item I give and bequeath to my loving son JOSEPH HIGHTOWER after the decease of my Wife the fellow GEORGE to him and his heirs forever. Item I give & bequeath to my loving grand daughter AGNESS HIGHTOWER a Negro boy named NED to her and her Heirs forever. My Will and Desire is that if either of my children die without an Heir of their body Lawfully begotten that what I give them be equally divided between the rest of my children that are Living and to them and their Heirs forever. Item my Will and desire is that if either of my grandsons JOHN or JOSHUA HAMMOND die without heir of their body lawfully that then the Estate that I have bequeathed them be Equally divided amongst their Sisters the daughters of ANN HAMMOND Item my Will and desire is that if any of my children die without an Heir of their body lawfully begotten that then what have given them be equally divided amongst the rest of my children that are alive and to their heirs forever. Item my Will and desire is that no part of my Estate to be appraised and that there be only an Inventory thereof returned to the Court and I do by these presents appoint my loving son CHARNEL HIGHTOWER and my son in law WILLIAM JONES my whole and sole Exrs. of this my last Will and Testament.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this 12th day of May 1770.

JOSHUA HIGHTOWER ("X" his mark)

Signed Sealed and Acknowledged before
STEPHEN COCKE
THOMAS CLARK
HENRY CLARK

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Will of FRANCES LANDRESS- 1769

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771


In the Name of God Amen the fifth day of June 1769 I FRANCES LANDRESS of the County Granville & Province of North Carolina being very sick and weake in body But of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto god Therefore calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and Testament. That is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in a decent christian manner at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but that the general resurrection I shall receive the same by the Mighty power of God and as <faded> such Worldly Estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life I give devise and possess of the same in the following manner and form.
Item First I ordain that all the horses Chattle hoggs and Sheeps and all the working tools belonging to the plantation be equally divided between my three sons ABRAHAM JOSEPH and JACOB only that there is to be drawd out of ABRAHAM's share fifteen pound that he has already had and i farther order that my son JOSEPH shall have a coult if there should be all or one or a cow and calft provided there should be never a cost more than his share comes to.

Item I ordain that my two Daughters MARY and BETTY shall be paid fourteen pounds between them out of JOHN BOND and what is in ROBERT HARRIS hand and if what is in ROBERT HARRIS hand and my sons JOHN BOND should fall short of the fourteen pounds then my three Sons shall be oblidged to make so much up out of their shares.

Item I ordain that my three sons ABRAHAM  JOSEPH and JACOB shall have the middle iron pot six pewter plates and one bason and the bed that they ly on and all that is in the chest excepting my clothes equally between them and all the English books and one skillet.

I likewise constitute and ordain NICOLAS HOLSTEN my sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament by him to be faithfully ordred and I do hereby confirm this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have herunto set my hand and seal the day and year abouve written Signed Sealed pronounced and Declared by me the sd FRANCES LANDRESS in presence of us the Subscribers

FRANCES LANDRESS ("F F" her mark)


WILLIAM JACOB } Jurat
ANNE JACOB       }

Exr. qualified


Granville County Ss. July Court 1770

The within Will was Proved by WILLIAM JACOB & ANNE JACOB both subscribing witnesses thereto who swore that they saw the within mentioned FRANCES LANDRESS the Testatrix Sign Seal Publish Pronounce & declare the same to be & contain her last Will & Testament then NICHOLAS HOLSTON Executor therein named duly qualified ordered that Letters Testamentary issue to him accordingly.

Teste ISAAC EDWARDS CC

Truly Recorded by ISAAC EDWARDS C.C.

 

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Will of WILLIAM ROSE- 1768

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771

In the Name of God Amen i WILLIAM ROSE of the County of Granville and Province of North Carolina being this day week in body but of perfect mind and sound memory but calling to mind that it is appointed by the Almighty Creator for all mortal man once to die therefor am willing that what it hath pleased God to bestow on me as to temporal goods I give and bequeath as followeth and my soul I recommend into my blessed Saviour's hands who redeemed it by his precious blood and as to my body I recomend to the ground to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named.
Impremise I give and bequeath to my loving son FREDERICK ROSE my plantation on the Nap of Reeds Creek, to wit, all the tract of land thereunto belonging containing three hundred acres to him and his heirs and assigns forever as also six head of cattle and three sows & pigs to be delivered at twenty one years of age to him and his heirs &c.

Item I give and bequeath to my loving son WILLIAM ROSE my lower tract of land on the Nap of Reeds Creek known by the name of Smallwoods place to him and his heirs and assigns forever. Also six head of cattel also four sows and pigs to be delivered to him at twenty one years of age to him and his heirs &c.

Item I give and bequeath to my loving son HOWEL ROSE all my land and plantation whereon I now live only his mother is to have the use of the sd plantation during her lifetime and to be totaly his at her death to him and his heirs and assigns forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my loving daughter SARAH WILLIAMS ten pound proclamation money to be paid out of the estate when it can be decently raised without hurting the estate with cost to her and her heirs &c.

Item I give and bequeath to my loving daughter ELISABETH ROSE forty pounds proclamation money to be paid her out of the Estate at the age of twenty one or marage ot her and her heirs &c.

Item I give and bequeath to my loving daughter WINNEFRED ROSE my Negroe wench SAL to be delivered to her at twenty one years of age or marriage also five head of cattel now at ROBERT SORRIEL's to her and her heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath to my loving daughter PATTY ROSE my Negroe child RUTH also twenty pound proclamation money to be delivered her at the age of twenty one years or marriage to her and her heirs forever.

Item I lend to my loving wife AME ROSE my two old Negroes to wit SICK and 43

 also my houses tooles and their beds and furniture with all the rest of my stock and household furniture except my two rifel guns and work hogs and beefs which is to be sold to pay debts &c and after her death or marriage to fall to my son HOWELL except seting up FREDERICK and WILLIAM with such as working tools, pots & pans and pewter &c all the rest to fall to him and his heirs and assigns forever.

And lastly I do nominate and appoint my loving wife AME ROSE and my loving friend and brother in law JAMES LANGSTON to be Executors to this my last will and testament and do hereby constitute and ordain this to be my last will and testament and do hereby disanul and revoke all other will, by me made heretofore in testimoney hereof I have ratified and confirmed this to be my last will and testament and no other in witness whereof I have set my hand and affixed my seal this first day of December anno domini 1768.

WILLIAM ROSE

Signed sealed and acknowledged
to be my last will and in presence of
us
JAMES LANGSTON Jurat
JAMES WILLIS Jurat
JEAN LANGSTON ("I" her mark)


Granville County Ss
Jan. 1 Court 1769
Then JAMES LANGSTON and JAMES WILLIS came & made oath that they saw WILLIAM ROSE Execute this his Will &c according to law & on motion it was recorded.
Test.

SAM'L BENTON C.C.

 

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Will of JOHN SMITH- 1770

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771

In the Name of God Amen, I JOHN SMITH of Granville County being sick and weak but of perfect sense & memory do make this my last will and Testament as followeth. First I will all my debts and funeral charges be paid and discharged by my Executors hereafter named. Secondly I give and bequeath unto my cousin ELIZABETH SMITH daughter of SAMUEL SMITH my brother my Land & plantation with the appurtenances thereof to her and heirs forever. and also the whole of my other estate be it what nature or quality soever after my debts to be paid Moreover I do appoint my two friend Capt. JOHN POPE and WILLIAM HUNT peaceable and sole Executors of this my Last Will utterly disanuling and making void all former Wills and Testaments by me made.
In witness of what is above mentioned I hereunto set my hand and Seal this Thirtieth first Day of March 1770.

Test ---- JOHN SMITH

JOSEPH PEACE Jun'r Jurat
DAVID THOMAS
SARAH MOORE ("X" her mark) Jurat



Granville County Ss. May Court 1771

The within Will was duly proved in open Court by the Oaths of JOSEPH PEACE JUNR. & SARAH MOORE two of the Subscribing witnesses thereto & on motion it was ordered to be Recorded. At the same time WILLIAM HUNT one of the Executors therein named came into Court and was duly Qualified. Ordered that Letters Testamentary issue to him accordingly.
Test ISAAC EDWARDS C.C.

Truly Recorded by ISAAC EDWARDS C.C.

 

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Will of EDWARD VEAZEY- 1770

Granville County Loose Wills 1749-1771

In the name of God amen I EDWARD VEAZEY being in a low State of health but in perfect senses and Memory thanks be to Almight God and calling to mind the uncertain State of this transitory life do make this my last Will and testament in manner and form as followeth-

First being Sorry for my Sins past most humbly desire forgiveness for the same I give and commit my soul to Almight God who gave it me and my body to be buried at the discretion of my Executor here after mentioned.

Item I give to my wife ANN my land, during her life and after her death to be sold and the money to be equally divided between all my daughters ELIZABETH, ANN and RACHELL.

Item I give to my beloved wife ANN one third part of my personal Estate.

Item it is my Will and Desire that the remainder part of my personal Estate be equally divided between all my children ELIJAH, ELIZABETH, ANN and RACHELL and I do herein appoint my son ELIJAH my Executrick [sic] of this my Last will and testament In witness where of I have herunto set my hand and seal this fourteenth day of September 1770.
EDWARD VEAZEY

Signed & Sealed
in the presents of
THOMAS CARTER ("X" his mark)
JAMES VEAZEY Jurat



Granville County SS
August Court 1771

The within Will was proved by JAMES VEAZY one of the subscribing witnesses thereto who swore that he saw the within mentioned EDWARD VEAZY the Testator Sign Seal Publish Pronounce & Declare the same to be & contain his will & Testament was of sound & disposing mind & memory, ELIJAH VEAZY the Ex. within mentioned came in to Court & was duly qualified & ordered that Letters Testementory I issue to him accordingly.

Test
ISAAC EDWARDS C.C.
 


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