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its contents. Two meat tubs. meal & flour tubs, one cider cask and large runlet. also my towels and window curtains. All flax on hand and flax hackle and crop of wool. It is my will and desire that all the property herein above loaned to my said wife Frances with the exception of the negroes above named, shall be sold upon the death or marriage of my said wife, and the proceeds arising from such sale be equally divided between any legal representatives Item 2d I give to my said wife Frances dollars: all of the meats soap lard and flour that may be on hand at the time of my death, all of the grain of every description that I have in the mill, or in market unsold at the time of my death, and all fodder hay [illegible] straw etc on hand at my death, to her and her heirs forever Item 3 My will and desire is that all of the balance of my property, both real and otherwise, not herein before specified, with the exception of all my negroes, shall be sold, and the proceeds arising from such sale be equally divided amongst my legal representatives Item 4 It is my will and desire that upon my death that my three negroe men French Edmond and Fendly, shall be free and I hereby liberate them, and that my executors herein after named shall furnish each of said negroes, with a good suit of summer and winter clothes and also pay over to each of them ten dollars, and procure and furnish to each of said
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its contents. Two meat tubs. meal & flour tubs, one cider cask and large runlet. also my towels and window curtains. All flax on hand and flax hackle and crop of wool. It is my will and desire that all the property herein above loaned to my said wife Frances with the exception of the negroes above named, shall be sold upon the death or marriage of my said wife, and the proceeds arising from such sale be equally divided between any legal representatives  
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Item 2d. I give to my said wife Frances ten dollars: all of the meat soap lard and flour that may be on hand at the time of my death. All of the grain of every description that may be on hand or any wheat as flour that I have in the mill, or in market unsold at the time of my death. and all fodder hay straw shucks straw etc on hand at my death, to her and her heirs forever.
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Item 3rd. My will and desire is that all of the balance of my property, both real and otherwise, not herein before specified, with the exception of all my negroes, shall be sold, and the proceeds arising from such sale be equally divided amongst my legal representatives.
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Item 4th. It is my will and desire that upon my death that my three negro men French[,] Edmund and Fendly, shall be free and I hereby liberate them. and that my executors herein after named shall furnish each of said negroes, with a good suit of summer and winter clothes and also pay over to each of them ten dollars, and procure and furnish to each of said

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its contents. Two meat tubs. meal & flour tubs, one cider cask and large runlet. also my towels and window curtains. All flax on hand and flax hackle and crop of wool. It is my will and desire that all the property herein above loaned to my said wife Frances with the exception of the negroes above named, shall be sold upon the death or marriage of my said wife, and the proceeds arising from such sale be equally divided between any legal representatives Item 2d. I give to my said wife Frances ten dollars: all of the meat soap lard and flour that may be on hand at the time of my death. All of the grain of every description that may be on hand or any wheat as flour that I have in the mill, or in market unsold at the time of my death. and all fodder hay straw shucks straw etc on hand at my death, to her and her heirs forever. Item 3rd. My will and desire is that all of the balance of my property, both real and otherwise, not herein before specified, with the exception of all my negroes, shall be sold, and the proceeds arising from such sale be equally divided amongst my legal representatives. Item 4th. It is my will and desire that upon my death that my three negro men French[,] Edmund and Fendly, shall be free and I hereby liberate them. and that my executors herein after named shall furnish each of said negroes, with a good suit of summer and winter clothes and also pay over to each of them ten dollars, and procure and furnish to each of said