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Charles Irby, 1833

TSL&A Microfilm - Roll #91
Probate Records (County or Chancery Court)
Wills Vol. 1 - 5; July 1789 - July 1904

Transcribed by Linda Carpenter

County Court Clerk's Office
Will Book - Vol. II
May 1823 - June 1842

(Page 157) 

I Charles Irby of the State of Tennessee and County of Sumner having duly considered the shortness and uncertainty of this mortal life, I have thought proper to ordain and establish this instrument of writing to be my last Will and Testament.

In the first place I order as much property to be disposed of as will pay all my just debts. I do bequeath to my beloved wife Jemima the full possession of my house and the land on which I now live during her widowhood. If Jemima my wife should marry or decease, I order my plantation to be sold and the price of it to be equally divided among my children.

I bequeath my gray mare to my son William W. Irby and my wife each to have an equal part in said mare. I will my mare named Lilly to Mary Irby and Eastin Irby each to have an equal part in the worth of said mare. I bequeath my (black mark on microfilm) named Blage to Rebecca and Charles L. Irby my rone mare, I bequeath to Susanna and John R. Irby. My stock of cattle, hogs and sheep I leave for the use of my family who are now living at home with me. If my wife should marry or decease then I order the stock and it's increase to be sold and the money equally divided as follows among my three sons and daughters viz: Easten Irby, Charles Irby, John Irby, Mary Irby, Rebecca Irby, Susanna Irby. I appoint my two daughters to administer on my estate in a joint capacity viz: Mary Irby and Rebecca Irby, each will be as my lawful Administratrix. And I witness that this instrument of writing is my last Will and Testament. I have set my hand and seal, this 26th day of December 1832. Charles Irby (Seal)


John Wilson

John Busby

State of Tennessee, Sumner County Court Feby Term 1833.

The last Will and Testament of Charles Irby dec'd was exhibited in open Court for probate and was duly proved as the Law directs by the oath of John Wilson and John Busby two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.

A Copy Test - A. H. Douglass, Clerk of said Court


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