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shall not have any concern whatever with any part of my estate so left to his daughter Jane, but that part of my estate shall be paid to Adam Craig esquire for the use of my niece Jane until her marriage and the money be placed out at interest on public or private securities as my friend Adam Craig esquire may think safest and most to her advantage and convenience in receiving the interest regularly towards her more comfortable support till her marriage 'tis also my wish that if my niece Jane die unmarried on that event the legacy hereby devised to Jane shall be given, to be equally divided amongst the children of my niece Elizabeth Robinson.  I do appoint my friends Benjamin Waller esquire and Mr. Anthony Robinson of Richmond my executors and I desire they may not be required to give security for the execution of the said trust.  I appoint my friend Adam Craig esquire to receive the legacy given under the afore conditions to my niece Jane, and request that on the payment to him, my executors may not require security for such payment.  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty first day of April 1801.  Jane Charlton
 
shall not have any concern whatever with any part of my estate so left to his daughter Jane, but that part of my estate shall be paid to Adam Craig esquire for the use of my niece Jane until her marriage and the money be placed out at interest on public or private securities as my friend Adam Craig esquire may think safest and most to her advantage and convenience in receiving the interest regularly towards her more comfortable support till her marriage 'tis also my wish that if my niece Jane die unmarried on that event the legacy hereby devised to Jane shall be given, to be equally divided amongst the children of my niece Elizabeth Robinson.  I do appoint my friends Benjamin Waller esquire and Mr. Anthony Robinson of Richmond my executors and I desire they may not be required to give security for the execution of the said trust.  I appoint my friend Adam Craig esquire to receive the legacy given under the afore conditions to my niece Jane, and request that on the payment to him, my executors may not require security for such payment.  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty first day of April 1801.  Jane Charlton
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Tis my express will and desire, if the funds appropriated for the payment of the legacies in England should not be found sufficient for the purpose that the deficiency may be made up out of any part of my estate that can be soonest converted into cash that no delay may attend the execution of this trust.
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Tis also my desire that my niece Jane Russell shall receive the interest on Mr. Brackens and Mr. Hendersons bonds until she comes of age, after that period she shall be entitled to the full proceeds of the interest arising from her legacy.
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Tis my request that the bonds be equally divided between my two nieces Elizabeth Robinson and Jane Russell.  I desire my house and lot to be sold and every other article of my estate excepting what is disposed of by memorandum, tis my desire that the whole produce be equally divided between my two nieces above mentioned share and share alike, and it is my will and desire that my niece Jane shall receive thirty pounds a year of the interest til of age at that time to receive the whole of the interest arising from her legacy till married, but if the said Jane die unmarried her part shall be given to her sister Elizabeth and her children.  I had heretofore appointed Adam Crag esquire trustee for my niece Jane but fearing the multitude of business he has on his hands might make it inconvenient to him I do hereby appoint Robert Andrews esquire of Williamsburg trustee to the

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shall not have any concern whatever with any part of my estate so left to his daughter Jane, but that part of my estate shall be paid to Adam Craig esquire for the use of my niece Jane until her marriage and the money be placed out at interest on public or private securities as my friend Adam Craig esquire may think safest and most to her advantage and convenience in receiving the interest regularly towards her more comfortable support till her marriage 'tis also my wish that if my niece Jane die unmarried on that event the legacy hereby devised to Jane shall be given, to be equally divided amongst the children of my niece Elizabeth Robinson. I do appoint my friends Benjamin Waller esquire and Mr. Anthony Robinson of Richmond my executors and I desire they may not be required to give security for the execution of the said trust. I appoint my friend Adam Craig esquire to receive the legacy given under the afore conditions to my niece Jane, and request that on the payment to him, my executors may not require security for such payment. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty first day of April 1801. Jane Charlton (L.. S.) Tis my express will and desire, if the funds appropriated for the payment of the legacies in England should not be found sufficient for the purpose that the deficiency may be made up out of any part of my estate that can be soonest converted into cash that no delay may attend the execution of this trust. Tis also my desire that my niece Jane Russell shall receive the interest on Mr. Brackens and Mr. Hendersons bonds until she comes of age, after that period she shall be entitled to the full proceeds of the interest arising from her legacy. Tis my request that the bonds be equally divided between my two nieces Elizabeth Robinson and Jane Russell. I desire my house and lot to be sold and every other article of my estate excepting what is disposed of by memorandum, tis my desire that the whole produce be equally divided between my two nieces above mentioned share and share alike, and it is my will and desire that my niece Jane shall receive thirty pounds a year of the interest til of age at that time to receive the whole of the interest arising from her legacy till married, but if the said Jane die unmarried her part shall be given to her sister Elizabeth and her children. I had heretofore appointed Adam Crag esquire trustee for my niece Jane but fearing the multitude of business he has on his hands might make it inconvenient to him I do hereby appoint Robert Andrews esquire of Williamsburg trustee to the