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The Last Will and Testament of Richard Kittle
I, Richard Kittle, of the County of Randolph and State being in perfect mind and sound memory and knowing that it is ordered and appointed for all men to die have thought it proper to dispose of all this worldly estate with which it has pleased God to bless me with in the manner and form following after all my debts are paid.
1st, I owe and bequeath to my beloved wife, Margarett Kittle, one-third part of all my real and personal estate which I hold at my death during her natural life and also the Negro woman named Peg and then to be divided between the heirs.
2nd, I owe and bequeath to Nester H. Kittle and Martin D. Kittle one half of a survey of land in the _____ Creek Settlement containing 203 acres by paying to their sister Clarrisa Kittle twenty-five dollars and the other half of said survey to John and Richard Scott by paying to their sister Ann Scott twenty-five dollars.
3rd, I owe and bequeath to my daughter Jane Kittle the Negro girl named Phebe and her bed and pot and the remainder to be equally divided between my daughters Ann Wilmoth, Mary Phillips, Jane Kittle and Absalom Phillips daughter Jane Marrah and
5_ly. I constitue and appoint Isaac White my executor to this my last will and testament and do hereby disavow and revoke all and every other will or wills by me heretofore made.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this eighth day of October in the year of Our Lord 1830.
Richard Kittle (SEAL)
Signed, Sealed and Acknowledged in the presence of Jacob Kittle Elijah Kittle
Probated Randolph County Court January A.D. 1831
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