Note: Valery Goodman-Plater, Ostop41@aol.com, Jan 2001 Name Dutch-Colonies, Jan 2001, WayneLII@aol.com. Abstracts of Wills Vol VII 1766-1771, page 381. Page 455.--In the name of God, Amen, September 3, 1760. I, John Marshall, of Richmond County, being sick. All my negro slaves and as much of my movables as my executors think best are to be sold. I leave to my wife Martha the use of all my estate, real and personal, during her widowhood. If she married, she is to hve a bed and furniture and oe50. I leave to my three sons, John, Thomas, and Benjamin, all my lands and meadows in Richmond County. But my son Thomas is to hve the house and barn where he now lives, over and above the rest, in consideration of his having built them at his own expense. I leave to my daughter Frances, wife of Paul Mesereau, oe80. To my daughter, Mary Marshall, oe100. To my daughter, Martha Marshall, oe100. To my daughter Cathearine Marshall, oe100. All to be paid at the death or marriage of my wife. I leave all the rest of movables to all my children. My son Abraham and my unmarried daughters are to live in my house with their mother. "It they marry, they are to move out, and have no further privilege." I make my wife Martha and my son Abraham and my friends, Henry LaTourette and Benjamin Seaman, executors. Witnesses, John Morgan, Mary Parlier, Martha Cole. Proved, July 5, 1770.
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