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


 
Will of Keziah HUBBARD, dated 15 Jun 1835
Pittsylvania County, VA, Will Book 1, 1814-1845, p. 351
Transcript by Cindy Hubbard Headen, 27 October 2001, posted here by permission

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  I, Keziah Hubbard of Pittsylvania County do hereby make my last Will and Testament in manner & form following: That is to say:
1st I desire that all my Just debts be paid.
2ndly I give to the lawful heirs of my son John Hubbard Dec'd one dollar in cash.
3dly I give to the lawful heirs of my daughter Ann Chessher Dec'd one dollar in cash.
4"ly I give to the lawful heirs of my daughter Elizabeth Hodges, Dec'd one dollar in cash.
5"ly I give to the lawful heirs of my daughter Judith Price Dec'd one dollar in cash.
6"ly I give to the lawful heirs of my son Samuel Hubbard Dec'd one dollar in cash.
7"ly I give to the lawful heirs of my son Hezakiah Hubbard Dec'd one dollar in cash.
8"ly I give to the lawful heirs of my daughter Sarah Price Dec'd one dollar in cash.
9"ly I give to my son Joseph Hubbard all of my stocks of Horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, all of my household and kitchen furniture, all of my plantation utensils and all the grain that I may be possessed of, and crops either of grain, fodder or anything else that may be graowing on the place whereon I now reside all of which said property I give to my said son, Joseph Hubbard for compensation of his plantation on which I now reside and have resided there for years past.
10" It is my will and desire that all of my slaves that I now have on hand to wit: Rose, Washington, Henry, Oba, Haley and her children Bob and Mary, Pat and her child Sam, Lewis, Milton, Jane, Templemon, together with their future increase be immediately sold after my decease by my Executor and the monies arising therefrom I desire may be equally divided among my four liv- ing children to-wit: Joseph Hubbard, Isham Hubbard, Davis Hubbard and Edith Stephens which I give to them their heirs, executors &c forever.
And Lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint James A. Mitchell Executor of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all or former Wills or Test- aments by me heretofore made. In witness where of I have here unto set my hand and affixed my seal this 15 day of June 1835. her
Witness  
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Jabez Smith  
James M. Reynolds  
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Willis G. Cousins    

At a Court held for the County of Pittsylvania the 16th day of April, 1838. This writing proporting to be the last Will and Testament of Keziah Hubbard Dec'd was presented in Court and having been opposed & contested by Walker Hodges, Fontaine Price, Reuben Payne and Tabitha his wife, Mariah Hodges, Pamelia Hodges, was fully proven by Jabez Smith, James M. Reynolds & Willis G. Cousins, three subscribing witnesses to be the last act and deed of said Decedant and ordered to be recorded and on the Motion of James A. Mitchell, the Executor in said Will named, who made oath according to Law and with Jabez Smith & Joseph Hubbard his securities entered into bond in the penalty of twelve thousand dollars conditioned as the law requires, Certificate was granted him for obtaining probat of said Will in due form.
 
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    Wm H. Tunstall C.C.



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