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Will of
Isaac White

South Carolina, Union District

In the name of God, Amen. I Isaac White senr of the above State and District being weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of this mortal Life, and blessed be Almighty God for the Same. Do make and Publish this my Last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say first.

Item I (Land) give and bequeath unto my beloved Wife Mary White her choice of my Beds with every necessary furniture thou unto belonging, also her choice of my Mares, which I have also two choice Cows and Calves out of my stock; also one pot and Oven to her and her heares forever, also I lend unto my beloved Wife, A Negroe Woman named Dilse and her increse during her life or Widowhood and also one Chist and one flat Iorn and also one Sow and Pigges and also three choice hoges. And at her Death or Marriage to be equally dividd,d among the Children that I give my remaining number of my Negroes to.

Item I give and bequeath my son William White one negroe Woman named Alce to him and his hres for every

Item I give and bequeath unto my Son Thomas White one negroe woman named Eeed to him and his hears for every. On condisions he will and all the rest that I give negroes to will make up a Equeal Part unto the rest of my children that I don't give no negroe unto.

Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Isabel Cooper: one negroe Garle: named Memey to heirs and herre hears for every..

Item I give and bequeath unto my Son Thomas White my Land that I now live on after my Wife Decease to him and his heirs for every also the Land wheare my son John White now lives I lind unto him and his hears during this Life.

Item I give unto my Grans Sons and Daughters my son Johns children all my stock of Cattel. To them and thers for every

My will is at my death what things I have not gived away may be equally divided, and every and thoese that heave got no negroe may heave it made up to them in Money. And lastly I heareby appoint my Son William White and Samuel Smith shall be Joint Executors of this my last will and testament hereb revoking all former wills by me made in Witness whereof I have heare unto set my hand and seale this 14 Day of April one thosand Eight hundred and one in the Presences of us.




Isaac X White



As Witness

Rukihon Lipsey


William X Sharp



Recorded in Will Book A, Page 125, Box 3, Package 67

Recorded 28th, day April, 1801

Thos. Brandon, Ordinary.


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