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Will of Isaac Duffe(r) Will Book 2 1769-1792 Cumberland Co., Va. Submitted 24 July 2000 by Mark Duffer Mark Duffer has submitted the Cumberland Co., VA will of Isaac Duffe as the children of Isaac Duffe(r) moved to Charlotte County after his death. In the name of God amen. I Isaac Duffe of Cumberland County and Littelton Parish, doe mack this to be my last Will and Testament in maner and form following to viz. my will and Desire is that all my just Debts be first paid. I give and bequeath to my son Edmon Duffe one hundred acres of land together with the plantation that I purchased of William Owen to him and his heirs and assigns forever and to have possession as soon as he is twenty years of age likewise I give to my son Edmon my black horse when he doees arive to the age of twenty years---and all the residue of my estate together with the plantation with one hundred and fifty acres of land wherein I now live I lend to my well beloved Wife Mary Duffe during her widow wood or life; and at the death of my wife or marriage which first shall happen I give and bequeath to my son Isaac Duffe the plantation with one hundred and fifty acres of land wherein I now live to him and his heirs & assigns forever and if either of my sons dies before they arrive to the age of twenty one years the other to have his land and at the death or marriage of my wife my will and desire is that all my Estate shall be equally divided amongst all my children to witt: Mary, Edmon, Elizabeth Heney, Patty, Salley , Kezia, Isaac except Mary She to have five pound or less then the rest as I have given her that quantitiy before lastly I do appoint my well beloved wife and Warren Walker Executors to this my last will & testament in witness herein as I have herein unto my hand signed sealed this the seventh day of January one thousand seven hundred and seventy four his signed and published in the presents of witnesses Isaac + Duffeer L.S. Valentine + Caurley? mark Wm. Walker Benjamin Walker At a court held for Cumberland county the 28th February 1774 this last will and testament of Isaac Duffee deceased was presented in court by Mary Duffee & Warren Walker executrix & executor therin named and the same was proved by William Walker and Benjamin Walker two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of the said xecutrix and executor who made oath according to law certification granted them for obtaining a probate therof in due form giving security whereupon the together with William Walker and Benjamin Walker their security's entered into bond according to law.
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