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WILL OF JACOB WEES

In the name of God amen. calling to mind the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death I Jacob Weese here of the county of Randolph & State of Virginia being in a stable state of health and of sound mind do hereby make this my last will and testament in manner and form as followeth that is to say. I will that all my just debts and funeral expense be paid out of my Personal estate in that way that my executor herein after mentions may think most honorable and advantageous to my wife and children herein after named. Secondly I will and bequeath to my beloved wife Catherine Weese one full third part of the land I now live on for and during her natural life then to fall to my son Jacob Weese. Next I do will and bequoth to my said wife all and singular my household kitchen furniture as her own forever. also our horse & her saddle and bridle forever - also our full part of the live stock I do then possess at the appraisment as appointed by the court or the appraiser appointed by said court 2a. I do will and bequoth to our son Jacob Weese all the land I now live on to enjoy forever to him and his heirs except my wifes third, during her natural life. then to fall to said Jacob Weese. Next. I do will to my son Jacob Weese the balance to ________ thirds
of my live stock that I may own or may be owned by me at the day of my death except what is other ways disposed of in this my last will and testament that is to say. if I should live any longer than the first day of October 1816 the said two thirds here alluded to is to fall to my wife heretofore mentioned in this my last will and testament to dispose of as she may think proper. 3rd I do will to the heirs of my daughter Bogart one dollar to be paid out of my personal estate = 4th I do will and bequoth to my son George Weese one dollar out of my personal estate - 5th I do will to my daughter Elizabeth one dollar 6th I do will to my daughter Christine Wilfong one dollar 7th I do will to my son Daniel Weese one dollar - 8th I do will to John Weese one dollar = 9th I do will and bequeath to my daughter Mary Nells one dollar to be paid out of my personal estate. L I do constitute my beloved wife Catherine Weese and my friend John Chenoweth Executor of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other forms as wills and testaments by me hereafter made. In __________ where of I have hereunto set my hand seal this 15th day of April 1814

Jacob Weese
in the presence of
Mary Westfall
Gabriel Chenoweth

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I do hereby constitute my son George Weese Executor of this my last will and testament in the __________ of John Chenoweth __________ my __________ _________ __________
5th day of June 1826
Jacob Weese
John Chenoweth
Fannie Weese

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Randolph County Court June Term 1826
The last will and testament of Jacob Weese Jr was presented in court and proven by the oathes of Mary Westfall Gabriel Chenoweth & Fannie Weese and ordered to be recorded

teste __________

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