said Jane and that my executors pay into her hands whatever is due to her from my estate and it is my request that no security be required of him for the trust. Jane Charlton April 27, 1802.
At a Court of Hustings for the City of Williamsburg held the sixth day of April [sic] This writing purporting the last will and testament of Jane Charlton deceased and the Codicil thereto were produced in Court whereupon Robert Saunders and George Jackson being severally sworn say, that they are well acquainted with the hand writing of the said Jane Charlton deceased, and verily believe the said writing and codicil, together with the signatures thereto were wholly written by the said Jane Charlton, and thereupon the same were ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of Anthony Robinson one of the executors in the said will named who made oath thereto according to Law, and entered into and acknowledged his bond in the penalty of twenty five thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs, certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form, liberty being reserved for the other executor in the said will named to join in the probate when he shall think fit. Teste Wll: Russell C.C. A Copy
[vertically at bottom right] Mrs Charlton's Will