Will of Charles B. Reynols
Georgia, Fannin County
First, - I desire my body be burried in a Christian like manner according to my circumstances and that my sole return to God.
Second, - I desire that all my just debts be paid as there is no need of delay by my executor hereafter named.
Third - I bequeath to my beloved wife Rachel E. Reynols Lot of Land two hundred fifty 250 situated in the 8th District of the first 1 section continuing one hundred and sixty acres more or less with all my personal property household and kitchen furniture so long as my beloved wife, Rachel, shall live except one good featherbed and bed clothing, one cow and calf, four head sheep, 1 set plates, 1 set tea cups and saucers and 1 set knives and forks to my daughter Matilda.
Fourth - Eliza Ann Mull formerly Eliza Ann Cox has had all her part of said estate except one dollar and fifty cents also my daughter Mary Cragg has had all of her part of my estate except one dollar and fifty cents.
Fifth - I give my son Charles E. and George Allen sixty dollars each extra out of my estate except I give them a nag before I depart this life. All my personal property I desire that the death of my wife to be equally divided as follows between my son William ? Henry, John W., Charles E., George Allen and Matilda Reynols.
- I desire at the death of my wife that the said named aforesaid be
equally divided as follows between my sons and daughters above named with the
exception of one part of said land which I give to my Grandson
Manson Manroi Reynolds
which is my daughter Sousa
part of the estate.
Signed in presents of ___ this March 5th 1870.
Charles Ivens Reynols
Transcribed by Kimberly Miller Bates
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