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,.,.,.,__. o. ,o o TIMES HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 27, 1972 12 Elizabeth (Newton} Berryman&apos;s Will In The Name of God Amen I Elizabeth Berryman of the County of Westmoreland being weak in body but of sound and disposing mind and memory Do constitute and appoint this my Last Will and Testament in Manner following. WHEREAS my husband Benjamin Berryman by his last Will authorised me to make distribution of all his Slaves to h4s six Sons or the Survivors of them and WHEREAS three of the said Sons viz. Newton, John and Henry died before they came of age and was not present of any of their father's estate, and WHEREAS, William, James, and Maximillian are the surviving Sons I give all the Slaves with their in- crease to be divided as follows: IMPRIMIS I give to my Son William Berryman old Negro Jack and Grace and their ten children and Bob which is in his posission and Sail which I delivered to him as part of his father's estate some years past but being a little Negro girl, that attends me I desired my Son William to let her stay and wait which is now with me, as also I give him Rachel and Nel and Beck their mother, to him and his Heirs and Assigns forever. And also father's old Silver Tankard (without a lid) and my fathers' Coat Of Arms, as also I give to my said Son William Berryman all the Slaves I bought of Cossom Bownilk ( ? ) in the County of Westmoreland which I have given him by a Deed and do Confirm to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give to my Son James Berryman, Negro George, Jack, Anthony, Ben, Aaaron, Luke, Nace, Mary, Tim, Ned, Jude, Peg., and her youngest child, Gerrat, Winney, and Billey to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item I give to my Son Maximiilian, Fourteen Negroes which he has in his possession as also Salley, Tills and Frank which are yet in my possession, to him his Heirs and Assigns forever. Item my Will and desire is that my Stock and household stuff of what kind forever Tobacco Corn money, Etc., shall be equall divided between my three children that is to say, William, James, and Katherin Newels. Item my Son Benjamin Berryman, had his part of his father's estate before his death. Item my Daughter Rose Taliaferro has had her part of her father's estate before his death. Item Daughter Frances Foot has had her part since her father's death according to his Will and gave a Receipt for it. Item my Daughters Sarah Douglas, has had her part of the Negroes and my Daughter Katherine Nowles has had her part of the Negroes, the reason of my giving my Son William Seventeen Negroes and my Son James but Sixteen is because some Negroes that my Son William is possist of are very dificient for old Jack and Grace are almost past labour, and one Negro fellow with one eye and one hand, and another cripled lad of very little use, Therefore I think the Division I have made ill make them equal according to quantity and quality. Item I appoint my Sons William and James Berryman Executors to this my last Will and Testament. In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this 14th day of June 1762. S Elizabeth Berryman (LL) her mark Signed Sealed and declared In presence of: Gerrard Blackstone Causeem Josias Causeem Thomas Clark William Staples At a Court held for Westmoreland County ,the22dayof February 1763, This last Will and Testament,f Elizabeth Berryman, dec'd, was proved according to Law by the Oaths of Josias Causeem and William Staples Witnesses Therto and ordered to be recorded and on the Motion of William Berryman one of the Executors named in the said Will who made Oath according to Law and together with Willoughby Newton his Security entered into and acknowledged Bond with Condition as the Law directs Certificate is granted him for obtaining a Probate Thereof in due form libertY being reserved to James Berryman the Other Executor named in the said Will to Join in the Probate when he shall think fit. TESTE: REFERENCE: Westmoreland County. Deeds and Wills No. 14, 1761-1768, Reel No. 12, pp. 179-181 Virginia State Library-Archives Division Immunizations Not Required For ,.Travel Between U.S. And Europe If you are one of the 3 million Americans planning to travel to Europe this year, you can now strike immunizations from your checklist. The Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Ga., announced today that an European countries have now joined the United States in removing all requirements for im- munization of persons traveling between the U.S. and Europe. Within the past month, Spain, Bulgaria, and Russia dropped their requirements for smallpox certificates for travelers from the United States. They were the last countries in Europe to require smallpox vac- cination for travelers from the U.S. For some time European countries have not required cholera or yellow fever certificates from travelers from the States. Center officials stated  .)millet heir announcement ":  :the confusion which has existed con: eerning immunization requirements for travel to Europe, and should prevent unnecessary immunizations for prospective travelers. The Center for Disease Control, a component of HEW's Health Services and Mental Health Ad- ministration, has the responsibility for ad- ministering the Nation's foreign quarantine program. Richerd C. Hudson Named To Dean's List At WKU Richard C. Hudson. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hudson. has been named to the Dean's List at. Western Kentucky University where he is a senior. He has a 3.75 standing out of a possible 4.00. He is married to the former Miss Marshia Raley. Oak Grove News Mr. Chester Moore of Chicago. Illinois visited his mother, Mrs. Sibbie Moore and sister, Mrs. Dorothy Monley over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Daugherty and boys visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Drake Sunday night. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Drake Tuesday night were Mr. and Mrs. David McQuady , ,and daughter Sandra, and Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Martin. Our sympathy goes out to the family and friends in the loss of their loved one, David Baize and Mrs. Lizzie Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Mayburn Daugherty visited their daughter, Mrs. Dewey Morris, Mr. Morris and children of Gilstrap this week. Mrs. Sibbie Moore called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Drake Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Drake Friday af- t ernoon. Mrs. Peggy Schroader and boy visited Mr. and Mrs. Chester Drake Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Drake visited Mr. and Mrs. L. Nevitt Sunday afternoon. Rev. R.B. Reece and Mr. Delle Evans called on Mr. and Mrs. L. Nevitt Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Della Evans had as dinner guests Sunday Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Reece. Mr. Joe Nevitt visited his sister, Wednesday, Mrs. Barbara Autry of Owen- sboro and he also visited in Louisville this weekend. Mr. Joe Nevitt visited his sister Wednesday, Mrs. Barbara Autry of Owen- sboro. He also visited in Louisville this weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Stephens, Wendell Jr. and his brother Leon. Cromwell News Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barnard of Owensboro were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ()ran Davis. Evening guests were Mrs. Peggy Schroader and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Porter of Centertown were Saturday afternoon guests of his mother, Mrs. Fred Porter. Sunday guests of Mrs. Zeecy Spencer were Mr. and Mrs. Brent Thompson and children of Cadiz, Mrs. Mike Thomas and Lesley of Personals On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilson visited Mr. and Mrs. William Travis. On Sunday Mr. Wilson visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Veteto of Oiaton and Mrs. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. William Travis visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Travis. Later Mr. and Mrs. Wilson visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Heflin and Brenda of Louisville. who were visiting relatives here. Mr. James Wilson and son David of Owensboro visited Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilson Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rhoades and daughter Mischelle of Fordsville and Mrs. Irvin Edge and daughter Melanie of Owensboro visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Richards. Tracy and Troy of Benton. Ken- tucky. We Service What We Sell III '-Im nl "" IL n Insurance i l H.J. Reagan Dan Miller Your Life and Health Agency Ca85-2121 Owensboro, Ky. 298-3909 Hertford, Ky. Echols, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Spencer and daughters of Beaver Dam, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilsie Spencer and Becky. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Brown of Owensboro were Saturday afternoon guests of her mother, Mrs. ('iayborn Pirtle and Ken- neth. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cook of l,ouisville were weekend uests of his parents, Mr. md Mrs. Justus Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cane (1t I,ouisville were weekend guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Rotate Daugherty. Rev. and Mrs. Rotate l)augherty had as Saturday guests Rev. and Mrs. Don Mathis and son Donnie of Princeton. 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