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I Nancy White being sick but in sound mind and desireous of making my will do hereby dispose of my Estate Real, and personal In the manner following  
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I Nancy White being sick but in sound mind and  
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desireous of making my will do hereby dispose of my Estate Real, and personal In the manner following  
  
 
To wit. I Loan the use and benefits of the Plantation whereon I now live together with the benefits and use of the lands adjoining the lands of Robert A. Joynes whein I may have an Interest to my son James H. White during his life Also the use and benefits of my Personal Estate after the payment of my Just debts my Negroes and one bed and cloathing excepted., at the death of my son James H. White I Loan the use and benefits of the foregoing property, Negroes and one bed and cloathing, Excepted to the children and lawful Heirs of the body of my son James H. White but in case of the Death of my son or of his children should he have any not leaving heirs can fully begotten of the body I then give all of my Real and personal Estate to my Inestimable Friend Polly Frost.  
 
To wit. I Loan the use and benefits of the Plantation whereon I now live together with the benefits and use of the lands adjoining the lands of Robert A. Joynes whein I may have an Interest to my son James H. White during his life Also the use and benefits of my Personal Estate after the payment of my Just debts my Negroes and one bed and cloathing excepted., at the death of my son James H. White I Loan the use and benefits of the foregoing property, Negroes and one bed and cloathing, Excepted to the children and lawful Heirs of the body of my son James H. White but in case of the Death of my son or of his children should he have any not leaving heirs can fully begotten of the body I then give all of my Real and personal Estate to my Inestimable Friend Polly Frost.  

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I Nancy White being sick but in sound mind and desireous of making my will do hereby dispose of my Estate Real, and personal In the manner following

To wit. I Loan the use and benefits of the Plantation whereon I now live together with the benefits and use of the lands adjoining the lands of Robert A. Joynes whein I may have an Interest to my son James H. White during his life Also the use and benefits of my Personal Estate after the payment of my Just debts my Negroes and one bed and cloathing excepted., at the death of my son James H. White I Loan the use and benefits of the foregoing property, Negroes and one bed and cloathing, Excepted to the children and lawful Heirs of the body of my son James H. White but in case of the Death of my son or of his children should he have any not leaving heirs can fully begotten of the body I then give all of my Real and personal Estate to my Inestimable Friend Polly Frost.

It. the 2 I. give the bed and bed cloathing to which I have above alluded immediately upon my death to Polly Frost.

It. the 3rd. My negroes Mary Daniel and Abraham and the Increace of Mary I. desire should serve my son James H. White untill the year Eighteen Hundred and forty nine by their remaining in the County.

It. the 4th. my negro Girl leah and the increace of Leah I. desire should serve Polly Frost. untill the year Eighteen Hundred and fortynine by Remaining in the County. but. should and effort be made by my son James H. White or Polly Frost or those claiming [illegible] them to Remove the negroes out of the County and from their friend It is my desire that they then should be deprived of my Estate boath Real and Personal

It. the 5th It is my will and desire that my Negroes regularly and Legally be emancipated the year Eighteen Hundred and forty nine by their Complying with the requirements of the Laws of Virginia but in case of their non Complyance with the laws and leaving the state as required it is then my will and desire that they be brought Into my Estate and distributed as I before have loaned them

It is my Desire that my son James H. White be permitted to settle and adjust my worldly concerns giving security whereunto I set my hand and affix my seal this 1837

Nancy X [her cross] White Witness - Jno. N. Brickhouse John Savage