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Will for 128 George Roberson
Geo Robersons Will, Novr 1761, Recorded
In the Name of God amen I GEORGE ROBERSON / being very sick and weak but in perfect Sense and memory doe give my Estate as followeth / I give and Bequeath unto my mother SARAH ROBERSON / During her Life my Neagro woman named Doll and after hir Decease to my brother CHARLESS son JULUS ROBERSON / I Bequeath unto my Sister SUSANNAH KEINDRICK Son / JOHN KEINDRICK my Neagro gall named Frank / I give and Bequeath unto my Borther [sic] CHARLESS son JULUS ROBERSON / all the Lande that I hold in the fork of the Creek / from midway between my Corn field and John Popes / I give and Bequeath unto my brother DAVIDS son MATHEW ROBERSON / my old plantation and all the Land I hold on the Loar side / of the mill Creek I give and Bequeath unto my Brother / MATHEWS son GEORGE ROBERSON my mill and plantation and / land where I am now Living on in Granvell County / I give and bequeath unto unto [sic] my brother NICHOLASS son CHARLES ROBERSON / half the Cattel I have and my Brother CHARLESS son JULUS ROBERSON / the other half I give and Bequeath unto my Sester / SUSANNAH KEINDRICK my gray horse I give and bequeath unto my / brother ISRAELS son JOEL ROBERSON one feather bed & to my / brother ISRAELS Daughter SARAH ROBERSON one feather bed / I leave my Bother [sic] MATHEW ROBERSON and James Keindrick Exctrs of this my Will
Test George Roberson
Granville County November Court 1761
Teste Danl. Weldon CC.
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