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I Henry Wysor Sr. of Pulaski County, Va.
this 8th day of June 1840 make this my last will
and Testament. After paying my debts I make
the following disposition of my real as will as
personal estate. I give to my son James Wysor the
Tract of land I now live on containing about 420
acres together with the farming utentials distillary and
all other appertainances belonging to the domain and
confirm the gift of all the stock of every description
now on the place claimed by him.
I also devise to my son James Wysor my old negro
woman Tilda, also my man Charles and boy Henry
provided he pays to the rest of my children their equal
proportions of $1000 dollars at which I value the two negroes.
I desire my executors hereafter named in a reasonable
time after my death to sell my interest in the tract
of land purchased of Jacob Shearman called the Being
and tract containing about 540 acres more or less together
with the appertainances thereunto belonging and the proceeds
to be equally divided among my children, Henry
Wysor, James Wysor, Polly Dills, Elizabeth Grayson &
Caty Blackwell. Having made a valuation and divis-
ion of my property real and personal; except the above
named; among some of my children on the 5th day of
Dec. 1835, I desire that division and distribution to
stand as their made; and that each of my children
be made equal in that division by those of them
receiving by that division over their share paying to
those receiving less than their share so as to make
them equal. I hereby constitue and appoint my sons
Henry Wysor, Jr. and James Wysor my exutors with
power and authority for any one or both to sell or
convey the real estate as above recited. Given under

my hand and seal the day and year above
Signed Sealed & acknowledged Henry X Wysor Sr. {seal}
in presents of mark
Robert M. Craig
Thomas Cloyd
John C. Daist

Virginia at a Court held for Pulaski County
at the Febry. Term 1844 This will was presented
in Court and proved by the oats of the subscribing
parties thereto and made to record.
Thomas J. Charlton Clk.

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