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in Stafford County and Commonwealth of Virginia purchased by me at different times from Charles I Love, and wife, now called by the name of St. Marysville also the negroes, now attached to the said Estate, consisting of James, commonly called James Gant) and his wife Lissey, with their children, and grand children,and their future increase; also all the stock of horses cattle, sheep, hogs & c and the household and kitchen furniture, and farming utensils of every description, on the said land, belonging to me at the time of my decease which said property, real, personal, and mixed. I will and bequeath to my said friend William H. Fitzhugh and my said brother in law, Edwin C Fitzhugh their heirs & c to be held by him, or them. In trust only for the use intent, and purposes and for no other use intent or purpose whatsoever, that is to say for the use and benefit of my beloved relation Richard Marshall Scott junr. now residing at St. Marysville, for and during his natural life only, and no longer. The said Estate, Real, personal and mixed, is to remain for and during the life time of my said relation Richd. M. Scott junior, under the management and control of my said friend W. H. Fitzhugh, and my said brother in law Edwin C Fitzhugh, their heirs & c who are to pay over the profits thereof to the said Richd M Scott junior as from time to time he may need them, and if the said Rich M. Scott junior should die before his mother my beloved cousin Elizabeth D. Scott, then and in that case, I will that the profits of the said Estate be paid over, in like manner to his said mother for and during his natural life and no longer, and after the decease of the said Richard M. Scott junr and his said mother Elizabeth D. Scott the trust created by this Item of my will is to cease, determine, and be utterly null and void, anything contained herein to the contrary notwithstanding Nevertheless it is hereby to be understood and expressly declared to be my will, that the real, personal and mixed Estate devised in trust as aforesaid to my said friend W. H. Fitzhugh and my said brother in law Edwin C Fitzhugh is to remain during the life time of the said Rich. M. Scott junr and his said mother Elizabeth D Scott chargeable with and subject to, by way of rent, to the annual payment of two hundred dollars the first payment whereof is to become due on the first day of January next following my decease and a like sum on the first day of January in each year thereafter for and during the natural life of the said Rich M Scott junior, and the said Elizabeth D. Scott, and to be paid as aforesaid to my heirs, Executors, administrators or assigns, subject to be distrained for, as other rents are, and the said real and personal Estate, to remain subject to accounting and repossession in case the said annual rents, or any part thereof shall remain in arrear and unpaid for the space of three months after the the same, shall have become due and payable. Item 6th I will and bequeath, to my aforesaid beloved relation Richard M. Scott junr.a full discharge of any balance; he may appear by my Leger E to owe me, at the time of my decease both of principal and interest. The sum now charged to him which he justly owes me, amounts of principal to seven thousand and thirty dollars and 94 cents. Item 7 I will and bequeath in addition to the provision made for my beloved wife Lucinda, in our marriage, contract dated 15th March last and recorded in Alexandria County (DC) a Ground rent of two hundred and fifty dollars per annum payable by quarterly installments and chargeable upon a lot at the corner of King and Water streets in the Town of Alexandria, and payable by the United States which said Ground rent of $250 pr. ann. I will and bequeath to my said beloved wife only for and during the period which she shall remain my widow, and when she shall marry again, or die, then the said ground rent is to remain and issue to my residuary legatee, and his heirs forever agreeably to any last will. I also will and bequeath to my said beloved wife Lucinda the sum of one thousand dollars in cash and my carriage and pair of horses. Item 8th Whereas there is reason to believe from human appearance that my beloved wife Lucinda is with child in order to provide for this child, I will and bequeath to my said wife, and to her brother Edwin C Fitzhugh, two hundred shares of the stock of the Farmers Bank of Alexandria, also my servant Lucy, and her children, with their future increase, also a lot in the Town of Alexandria, on Royal Street, purhased of Hugh Carolin, which said Bank Stock, Servants and lot are hereby left in trust to my said wife, and her said brother Edwin C Fitzhugh for the following purposes, and no other, that is to say for the use and benefit of my said expected child till it shall arrive at lawful age, when the said property is to be given up to it, and its heir forever. But should the said expected child be born dead, or if born alive, it should not live to attain lawful age, Then and in that case, I will and bequeath the said property to my next child, I may have by my said wife Lucinda, and if neither the child of which she is now pregnant, or any other by me should be born, and live, till it shall have attained to lawful age. Then and in that case, I will and bequeath, the said Bank Stock