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Will of Thomas Browning


Given under my hand & seal this Fourth day of August 1824

(signed) Wm Rice, Ordy:


In the Name of god Amen I Thompson Browning being Weak in Body but of Sound and

disposing mind Memory and Understanding do make and publish this my Last Will and

Testament in Manner and form following - first I give and bequath unto my Daughter

Elizabeth Lee Wife of Robert Lee Twenty five Dollars. Second I give and bequath unto

my yongest Set of Children named James, John, Nancy, Clary and Hulda to Recieve

one Hundreed Dollars as they become of Edge (age?). Thirdly I give and bequath unto

my grandson Samuel the son of my son Samuel fifty Dollars. Fourthly my will and

desire is that the Balance of my Estate both Rail and personal after Paying all my

Just Debts, be Left or kept in the hands of my Loving wife Rebekah during hur natural

Life or Widowhood, and at her death or marriage to be either sold, or divided By my Exctrs.


(The names Rebekah, Andrew Jesse have a line drawn through them) An equally among all

my children my Son Robert, Andrew and Jesse my daughter Elizabeth Lee, Secondly James,

John, Nancy, Clary, Hulda - and I do hear by nominate constitute and appoint my loving wife

Rebekah, and my Two Sons Andrew and Jesse Exctrs. of this my Last will and Testament

hereby Revoking all form or wills by me made in witnis whare of I have her unto set my hand

and Seal this 29th day of March - 1824.


Signed Sealed published and declared by the above named Thompson Browning to be

his Last will and Testament in presants of us

Thos Woodson

James Woodson (Their signatures)

Robert Browning

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