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William CLEMENT (d. 1760) of Amelia County, Virginia - A Study of His Descendants


 
Will of Stephen CLEMENT, dated 1 Nov 1850
Pittsylvania County, VA, Will Book 2, pages 226-227
Transcript by Tom Jones and Marna L. Clemons, 8 November 2001

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       Knowing that all men have once to die I Stephen Clement of Pitty.a County Va. do make & ordain this my last will & testament in manner & form following Viz.     1st. It is my Will & desire that all my just debts be paid
     2nd. I leave to my Son Abraham Clement of Missouria one ninth part of my estate taking into Consideration the advancements made to him by me, the land he lives on in Missouri containing Eighty acres as per deed I leave to him as long as he lives & at his death to his first wifes Children, also whatever may be hereafter coming to him I leave to him as long he lives & then to his first wifes children.
     3rd. I leave to my daughter Ann D. Thompson one ninth part of my estate taking into consideration the advancements made to her by me.
     4th. I leave to my daughter Mary P. Dews one ninth part of my estate taking into consideration the advancements made to her by me.
     5th. I leave to my daughter Susannah L. Clement one ninth part of my estate taking into consideration the advancements made to her by me & it is my will that my executor hereafter named provide her with a horse, I will say instead of providing her with a horse, that it is my will & desire that my executor pay her one hundred Dollars over her one ninth part
     6th I leave to my daughter Martha Jane Clement one ninth part of my estate taking into Consideration the advancements made to her by me & it is my will & desire that my executor hereafter named pay her one hundred Dolls over her one ninth part.
     7th I leave to my daughter Rachael B. Clement one ninth part of my estate taking into consideration the advancements made to her by me
     8th I leave to my son John A. Clements hands as trustee for my daughter Elizabeth Anderson one ninth part of my estate for her during her life & at her death to go to her children taking into consideration the advancements made to her by me ( & also 1 side saddle one bed stead one large pot & all the castings my wife gave to her & her daughters extra
     9th I leave to my son Lafayette W. Clement one ninth part of my estate taking into Consideration the advancements made to him by me
     10th I leave to my son John A. Clement one ninth part of my estate taking into consideration the advancements made to him by me.
      11th. I leave to my two single daughters Susannah L. Clement Martha Jane Clement my carriage & horses.
     12th I hereby constitute & appoint my son John A. Clement my executor to carry into effect this my last will & testament revoking all others & its my wish that the Court will not make him to give Security unless its thought he is wasting the estate. In testimony thereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 1st day of November 1800 & fifty - 1850.
Teste   Stephen Clement {seal}
Jeremiah W. Graves    
               his  
John D. Hunt Thomas  T  Yates  
             mark  

At a County Court held for the County of Pittsylvania on the 11 day of February 1857 The last will and testament of Stephen Clement dec.d was proved by Thomas Yates one of the Subscribing witnesses thereto to be the act and deed of the Testator and was Ordered to be recorded.
     And at another day to wit. At a County Court held for said County on the 15th day of March 1857 The last will and testament of Stephen Clement decd. was proved by John I Hunt, another Subscribing witness to be the act and deed of the Testator and was ordered to be recorded.
     And at a County Court held for the County aforesaid on the day and year last aforesaid The executor of Stephen Clement dec. failing to qualify on the motion of L. W. Clement who made oath and with Wm. Tucker and Martha B Williams as his surities who made oath to their sufficiency entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of twenty thousand dollars conditioned according to law, Certificate is granted to him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Stephen Clement decd. with his will annexed in due form.
  Teste L. Scruggs clk



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