Christian Hoover: Birth: 12 Feb 1756. Death: 3 Dec 1811
Henry Hoover: Birth: ABT 1758.
John Hoover: Birth: ABT 1760.
Mary Hoover: Birth: ABT 1762.
Anna Hoover: Birth: ABT 1764.
Esther Hoover: Birth: ABT 1766.
Susannah Hoover: Birth: ABT 1766.
Christina Hoover: Birth: ABT 1770.
Benjamin Hoover: Birth: 1778.
Daniel Hoover: Birth: 1780. Death: 1858
Note: Notes for JACOB HUBER: Will of Jacob Huber (Hoover) In the Name of God Amen. I Jacob Huber of Rainham Township in the County of Norfolk and province of Upper canada being old and weak in Body but yet of Good Health and of a Sound and Disposing Mind and Memory blessed be Almighty Good for the Same, Do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following (that is to Say)- First I give and bequeath unto my beloveth Wife Barbara Huber all my Housel and Kitching furniture and Impliments or Housel Goods of what kine or Nature they be all Whatsoever she tinks that she has need of and all our Beds and Bedsteads and all our Linen Cloth and Linen things and besides that the Sum of One Hundred Pounds of Good and Lawful Money of the State of Pennsylvania to be paid to her as soon after my decease as Conveniently can or may be and further my Said Wife Shall have for her Maintenance yearly and every year the Sum of fifty Pounds Lawful Money aforesaid which shall be taken or paid to her out of the Bonds which I have yet outstanding and my Will is that the Said Sum of Fifty Pounds shall be paid to her yearly During the time of her Natural Life. Item my Will is that then the Remainder of my Personal Estate what my Said Wife Doth not want for her use, that Shall then after my decease be Sold by way of publick Sale and then the Money there out arising and the remainder of my Personal Estate to be equally Divided between all my Children only observing that now Som is advanced in things and value received one before another, whereof they Shall all be Charged in their Share of Inheritance So that one Shall Inherit even like the other according to the account kept in my book aforesaid and further it is my Will that Wilst my son John have Departed this Life and only left one Daughter (or one Child) to Survive him, So his Share to go to his Said Child, and further Concerning the Lands which is yet under my Hand or Power I give and Devise the quantity of One Hundred and Twenty acres of land to my Daughter Ester now the Wife of Peter Stereman of that Tract of Land whereon they now Live to have the Same in use as long as one of them doth Live and to have the full use and benefit thereof also as long as one of them either my Said Daughter Ester or her now Husband Peter Stereman doth Live, but after their both decease the Said Lands Shall be Sold and the Money there from arising to be equally Divided between all their Childrings, Share and Share alike (that is to Say to go in equal Share among their Children) and further my Will is that by the time of my Decease Som more Lands Should be in my Hands or Possession my Will is that then after my Decease the Same Shall be Sold by my Executors here in after Named or by the Surviver of them I do also by this my Last Will and Testament Intitle and impower them or the Surviver of them to Execute, Signe, Seal and Deliver a Deed or Deeds of Conveyances for the Same to the Purchasor or Puchors thereof which I allow, Confess and Confirm to be as good and as Lawful as if I my Self has Signed Sealed and Executed the Same, and then the Money there from arising to go again in equal Share to all my Childrens or their Heirs to the meaning aforesaid. And Lastly I do here to appoint and Nominate my Two Trusty Sons Abraham and David Huber to be the Executors of this my Last Will and Testament here by revoking all former Wills by me made. In Witness Whereof I have here unto Set my Hand and Seal this First Day of July in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seven (1807) Signed, Sealed , published and Declared by the above named Jacob Huber to be his Last Will and Testament in the presence Jacob Huber of us who have hereunto Subscribed our Names in Witness in the presence and on the request of the Testator Christian Hoover Benjamin Hoover David Hoover All of Jacob's children, or their surviving children, received 307 pounds, 1 shilling, 7 pence in October of 1811, and another 120 Dollars in 1822 and 1823 after the death of Jacob's wife and their mother, Barbara Huber. Jacob's Will is filed in the London District Surrogate Registry (Francis L. Walsh, Registrar) 1800 - 1839. Jacob Huber's Will is No. 25 Huber (Hoover) Jacob, and includes Receipts for Inheritance, Inventories of Jacob's Estate Sale and Account Book for a total of 120 pages. These pages also contain the signatures of all twelve children and/ or their spouses.
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