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In the name of God amen, I Jane Charlton of the City of Williamsburg in the State of Virginia being in perfect mind and memory do make this my last Will and testament in manner and form following. I give and bequeath to the relations of my last husband Edward Charlton six hundred pounds sterling money in good bills of exchange and divided in the following manner, as soon as possible after my decease, that is to say, I give two hundred pounds to my late husband's sister Phillis who intermarried first with a person of the name of Wear, afterwards with one of the name of Jordon in the Town of Almirck in the County of Northumberland in Great Britain, for her sole use and at her disposal, the remaining four hundred pounds sterling i give to be equally divided amongst the children of my late husbands sister Jane, now deceased, to wit, Thomas, John, and Jane Tunney their sister, or their descendants, the two brothers formerly living at Hartley near North Shielos in Great Britain. The whole six hundred pounds I give in trust to Charles Grey esquire, Morrick, near Almirck in the County of Northumberland in Great Britain, to be by him applied as above, that is to say, two hundred pounds to Phillis Jordon out of the six hundred pounds, the remaining four hundred pounds sterling to be equally divided between the two brothers Thomas & John Tunney and their sister Jane, or their representatives, and I request my executors to remit the said sum of six hundred pounds sterling to the said Charles Grey esquire in good bills of exchange as soon as possible after my decease. Item. I give to my sister Elizabeth Farrow widow of Benjamin Farrow of London deceased, the use of six hundred pounds sterling during her life, and at her death to be divided in such proportion as she shall think proper between her two grandchildren, William and Elizabeth Farrow descendants of her son Benjamin Farrow deceased, and it is my most earnest request that my executors will pay the above legacies of twelve hundred pounds sterling immediately, and to prevent delay in the execution of this my most ardent wish. I provide for the payment in the following manner. That is to say