LWTWILLIAM ATKINS being weak of body but of sound mind and memory.
To my daughter ELISABETH SHOCKLEY one shilling. To my daughter LIDDY WITCHER one shilling. To my daughter AGNESS POLLEY one shilling. To my daughter NANCY WITCHER one shilling. To my daughter SARAH PARSON one shilling. To my son OWEN ADKINS a negro girl Milley.
To my son JESSE ATKINS a negro named Hannah, a negro boy named James, a negro Eady, one gray horse, all the houshold furniture and beds and all the moveable utensils with half of my stock of cattle, hogs, and sheep, also all the land on the north side of the creek that my mill is on, with the plantation and buildings.
To my son WILLIAM ATKINS, all the land on the south side of the creek that the mill is on which I possess with my mill and the balance that is not willed to JESSE, also a negro girl named Ginney, half of my stock, also a steel plate whipsaw.
Wit:NOTON DICKINSON, ISAAC MARTIN, JOSEPH STANDLEY
THOMAS HODGESandNOTON DICKENSON security for JESSE ATKINS