Imprimis I will my debts to bee trulye paid.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Sonne Thomas Killam the sum of Twenty poundes to bee paid unto him & by my Executrix hereafternamed when he shall attaine to the Age of Fower and Twenty yeres.
Item I give unto my daughter Margaret Killam the some of Tenn poundes to bee paid unto her att her daye of Mariadge or att the age of Fower and Twenty yeres which shall happen first.
Item I give unto my said sonne Thomas My Bible to bee delivered him presentlye after my decease.
Item Concerning my Messuage and Tenement with the Appurtenances, scituate and being in Charing aforesaid I give and bequeath unto my said sonne Thomas and his heires for ever after the decease of mye wife Ame Killam whome mye will and meaning is shall enioye my said house with the appurtenances duringe her naturall life; Provided always My meaning is That my said sonne shall paye unto my daughter as aforesaid within Twelve monthes next after the decease of my said wife Ame Tenn poundes of current English money out of my said house.
All the rest of my goodes, household stuff & Redye Money and debtes whatsoever, My debtes Legacies and funeral expences discharged and paid, I give and bequeath unto my said Ame Killam, whom I make my sole Executrix,
And doe hereby declare this to be my Last will and Testament as
aforesaid in the presence of those whose names are hereunto sett and subscribed.
William Killam W his mark
Subscribed and sealed the daye and yere first above written.
Godfrye Held, his mark - Elizabeth Durham, her mark - Rainborn Durham
Probate 25 July 1639
Will of William Killam