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... o.,o TIMES YHr Pklum kwSPalW HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JUNE 22, 1972 14 The Family Tree By Mrs. Agnes D. Ashby of Centertown Phone 232-4397 I Raleigh Chinn's Will (continued from last week) Item I Order that my Executor pay to Esther Chinn Twenty five pounds or five thousand pounds of Tobacco per annum, as Order of the General Court provided she has no Right or Title by Law to her Dower in my said Estate. Item my Will is that Elizabeth Nichols have the use of my Land wheTein I have bought of Richard Ellit during the time she shall remain unmarried provided she never work more than two hands on it in one year But if she doth marry or work more hands than two on it in one year aforesaid that then the afore-mentioned decend and fall to Celia Nichols Daughter of the aforesaid Elizabeth Nichol and the heirs of her body Lawfully begotten and in Default of such issue to fall to my son Rawleigh Chinn and his heirs. Item my Will is that my Executor pay John Durham Ten pounds or a young Negro of that value to be paid within six months after my decease. Item I give my friend Mr. William Glascock my Watch and Mourning Ring, of Twenty Shillings-value, with this Posey "When this you see remember me RC". Item I give my two sons Rawleigh and Thomas the Proffits of my young Orchard during the term of fifteen years equally to be divided between them. Item I give the use of my Mill to my three sons; Joseph, Rawleigh, and Thomas. Item my Will is that my Estate shall not be appraised my Will is that the Negroes and stock of my three God sons (children) shall be and remain on my Plantatin in King George County for their use until Charles arrive to the age of Twenty years and also to have one half of the Crop of Corne made on the said plantation the year that I decease for their use. Item I give to Elizabeth Nichols one Servant to serve her five years, an able well bodied man. Item l give Celia Nichols Daughter of Elizabeth Nichols four Cows and Calves fifteen head of Hogs and a feather bed with bolster rig one blanket and two pair of sheets, now in possession of my son Chichester in King George County, a small square table and a dozen of flax chairs three new dishes and a dozen of new plates two table cloths and a dozen of Napkins new one Iron pot and hooks and a frying pan. , Item I give to my son Rawleigh Chinn the Plantation Whereon he now liveth with it the Land on the West side of the Land given to my son Joseph Chinn to him and his heirs. Item I give Celia Nichols daughter of Elizabeth Nichols my Negro girle Criss to her and the heirs of her body Lawfully begotten in the form and with the Land to her before mentioned But in Default of issue Lawfully proceeding from her body to fall to my son Rawleigh Chinn and his heirs. Item my Will is that all and every part of my Apparell that I have provided for my bodily wear at the tim'e o? my decease, Linnen and Woollen, may be equally divided between Joseph Durham and Dominick Newgent. Item I give to my son Rawleigh Chinn All the remainder part of my Estate Real and Personal which has not been before mentioned to him and his heirs and I do also Appoint my said son Rawleigh Chinn my whole and sole Executor of This my last Will and Testament. Item my Will is that if Elizabeth Nichols marry that my friend Mr. William Glascock of Richmond County have the care of Cilia Nichols Daughter of Elizabeth Nichols and the l,and, Negro, and what else before Bequeathed to Cilia Nichols til the said Cilia come to age of Sixteen years and to deliver it up to the said Cilia Nichols. Item I give to my God son Charles son of Margaret Downman one Iron spitt I bought of Owen Brown. o e o e e e e o4Po ooooo e eoe Q t * e AT a Court held for Lancaster County the Second Friday in March 1742 Dominick Newgent made Oath that he wrote the Will above written by the Direction of Mr. Rawleigh Chinn, dec'd, the greatest part thereof the last week in July, last, and the other part (except the two last Paragraphs) the first week in August, last part, and that the said Dominick is well acquainted with the hand-writing of the said Ralweigh Chinn and has often seen him write and that the said last Paragraphs ARE of the said Ralweigh Chinn's own hand-writing and that at the time that the said Dominick Newgent wrote the said part of the said Will the said Chinn was of perfect sence and memory. /s/ Dominick Newgent (Seal) Sworn in Court: TESTE: T. Edwards AT a Court held for Lancaster County the Second Friday in March 1742 John Durham maketh Oath that he was present when Dominick Newgent wrote the Will above written by the Direction of Mr. Rawleigh Cinn, dec'd., and that the first part was written the last week in July 1741 and the other part by the said Newgent was written by the said Chinn's Order the first week in August 1741 and that he is well acquainted with the hand-writing of the said Rawleigh Chinn and has often seen him write and that the two last Paragraphs of the above written Will is of the said Chinn's own hand-writing and that when the said Dominick Newgent wrote the two fore-memtioned parts of the said Will the said Chinn was of perfect sence and memory. Sworn in Court: /s/ John Durham (Seat) TESTE" T. Edwards AT A court held for Lancaster County on the 12th day of March 1742 This Will was proved in open Court to be the last Will and Testament of Rawleigh Chinn, gent., Dec'd.. by the Oaths of Dominick Newgent and John Durham Witnesses Thereto according to their belief written subscription and Joseph Chinn, gent. and heir at Law of the said Testator consenting thereto the said Will was admitted to record and to recorded. TESTE: T. Edwards REFERENCE: Lancaster County. Deeds, Etc., No. 13, 1736-1743 Reel 4, pp. 253-255. Virginia State Library Rawleigh Chinn's Estate appraised: August 20, 1756 REFERENCE: VirginiaGenealogies(H.E. Hayden) pg. 74. Contributed by William J. Shull of Michigan TI00UCKLOA00 L $ TERMS AND NUVERY CAN BE ARRANGED AT A SMALL Moden seating Iproup in durable fabric! AttrKliv combination of plaid and tweed enhances a 8enerously sized contempo- rary sofa and easy chair. 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