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of Samuel Cobbs, of Amelia County. There is a deed in Amelia, May 1759, from Edmund Booker and Edith Marot Booker, his wife; and Edith, widow
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of Samuel Cobbs, of Amelia County. There is a deed in Amelia, May 1759, from Edmund Booker and Edith Marot Booker, his wife; and Edith, widow of Samuel Cobbs, in her will dated March 9, 1758, gives a legacy to her granddaughter Rachel, daughter of Edmond Booker Jr.; and appoints her son-in-law, Edmund Booker, Jr., one of her executors.

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of Samuel Cobbs, of Amelia County. There is a deed in Amelia, May 1759, from Edmund Booker and Edith Marot Booker, his wife; and Edith, widow of Samuel Cobbs, in her will dated March 9, 1758, gives a legacy to her granddaughter Rachel, daughter of Edmond Booker Jr.; and appoints her son-in-law, Edmund Booker, Jr., one of her executors.