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Will of John Dulin
signed 20 Nov 1828
found in Loudoun Co., VA - R265 1827/1828

Transcribed by Betty Frain, brfrain@erols.com

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In the name of God Amen whereas I John Dulin of the County of Loudoun and state of Virginia am weak of body but perfectly strong in memory and recollection doth make and constitute this my last Will and Testament revoking and annulling all others heretofore made Item 1st My will is that my funeral expenses and all my just debts shall be first paid. Item 2nd It is also my will from the love and affection which I bear my wife Rebecca that she should have all the property that I die possessed of both personal and real to sell make deeds or other conveyances also the expectation of property namely at the death of my mother in Kentucky to have and to hold all the above named property and then to will it to our children as she may think best. Witness my hand and seal this the twentyeth day of November in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven.

Signed, sealed and acknowledged
John Dulin(Seal)

in the presence of
Newton Keene
John Havenner(mark)
Barbary Havenner(mark)

This is to be admitted to record without security - At a court held for Loudoun County Nov. 10th 1828 - A paper purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of John Dulin decd. was presented to the Court and proved by the Oaths of John Havenner and Barbara Havenner two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Newton Keene who made Oath as admin. and who thereupon together with B. Bridges and S. M. Bos his securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of three thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs. Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.

Testr. J. Binns Clk