472: Item the remaining part of my to land lying in Jordans I give and Bequeath to my son joshua Woodlief his heirs male for ever
lying between the aforesaid bottom by Joseph Toodys Plantation and by Sd Poythers line and by Sd Maine Run & head line of land given to my Son Jhon Woodlief.
Item I give & bequeath to my Sd three Sons John Woodliefe
Thomas Woodlief & Joshua Woodliefe theire heirs male for
ever all my lands lying at ready branch in jordans woods to be equally divided between them. Item if it shall so happen that my Sd three sons shall dye without heirs male of any of their bodies lawfully begotten then I give & bequeath one half of my Sd lands before given to my Sd sons John Woodlief to my Sd sonns John feemale heirs of his boddy lawfully begotten for ever & the other halfe of my Sd Land I give to my grandaughter Mary Woodlief and her heirs lawfully begotten for ever to be equally divided between them Item if it shall so happen that my Sd three dye without heirs male of their boddys lawfully begotten then I give & bequeath their parcells of land to their female heirs of their boddys lawfully begotten for ever and also if my Sd three sons dye without male heirs of their boddys lawfully begotten I give & bequeath my lands at ready Branch aforesaid to my Sd three sons female heirs lawfully begotten forever - Item I give & bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth one thousand pounds of tobacco to be paid by my son John Woodlief out of the next crop after my decease - Item I give & bequeath to my sonn John Woodlief my Negro cook he paying the Sd Summ of one thousand pounds of tobacco to my said daughter Elizabeth - Item I give & bequeath to my son Thomas Woodlief my Negro Ned he paying to my sonn Joshua Woodlief when he comes to age one thousand pounds of tobacco Item I give to my sonn John Woodlief my newest bed with the Rug and blanket belonging to it Item I give to my son Joshua when he comes to age my bed that his sister Elizabeth now lyes upon with the rug and blankett Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth my featherbed that I now lye upon with the rug & blankett & what other furniture now belongs to it & likewise I give to my said daughter Elizabeth five hundred pounds of tobacco over & above the before mentioned one thousand my son John is to pay her out of his Negro cooks vallew also I give I give my Sd daughter her trunk & drawer and what now belongs to her in it Item I give to my said daughter Elizabeth a cow with calfe and a yearling heifer which was left her by her grandmother Wynns Item I give to my Sd three sons each of them a cow