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6 a bond of one thousand dollars to make a good and lawful title to any person as I shall direct by will or therewise, but if my son Charles shall choose to have the one thousand dollars instead of the land, my son David shall pay the said sum of March net to Charles and keep the land aforesaid. Also I give Charles etc one bed and furniture. Item. I give and bequeath unto my son James Anderson and his heirs forever all the tools I lent to him in Lunenburg County. I also give to his children and their heirs forever all the stocke and all the other property lent to him at the same time and place, now in his possession, and also give them and their heirs forever two hundred and fifty pounds the sum I leave in my son Jordan’s hands to be paid by him to the said children as they shall come to age or marry, and have a right to give a lawful discharge. I give unto them also one bed and furniture to be deposited in their mother’s hands for them. Item. I give and bequeath unto my son David Anderson and heirs four hundred dollars and one bed and furniture. Item I give unto my son Jordon Anderson and his heirs forever, that tract of land he now lives on one hundred and fifty acres, and after the death of my beloved wife (his mother) the tract of land I now live on, two hundred and fifty acres, on his paying to his brother James’ children their legacies as above- but if my son Jordan shall fail to pay the money as above directed, the said two hundred and fifty acres of land shall be sold to pay the same money given the sd children. Item. I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Anderson and his heirs forever all my right and title to all lands I have any right and title to in Kentucky also the lands I had of Capt Hezeniah Rudd according to my bargain; I also give him etc. two hundred dollars. Item. I give and bequeath unto my son Nathan Anderson and to his heirs forever five hundred dollars, deductive the money and interest he owed me on two bonds and also seven hundred and forty five pounds of [porke?] in the year 1791 to be paid for at forty shillings per hundred, having had it thirteen years to this date. I also give him the labour and raising of my [illegible] negroes, namely Armica’s increase and Tom and Patt, and Peter and Fillis’s children and her future increase, not to be moved out of the state, or so far as to deprive them 7 Of their freedom . It is further my will and desire that my son Thomas shall have all the labour and the raising of my [illegible] negroes, namely Anny’s and Milly’s Increase and Sall until come to the age of twenty one years