I Anne Albright widow of Nicholas Albright late of Orange County deceased, do make & publish this my last will & testament.
To my youngest son William Rogers Albright, who lives with me & works with my people, I give all my provisions & crops on hand & also the crops that may be growing at the time of my death –
My negro woman Charity & any issue she may have during her life I direct to be sold by my Executor & the proceeds of the sale and all the residue of my property, money, debts owing to me, & all other effects whatsoever belong to me I give to my two youngest sons Henry Albright & William R. Albright equally to be divided between them, share & share alike. If one of my said two sons should die before me & leave no children or child, then & in that case I wish the other to have the whole property which I own & have herein given to both of them. But if the one so dying in my life time should have a child or children, then & in that case such child or children shall stand in the place of his or their deceased father, & have the share of my property which his or their father would take under this will, if he had survived me.
I appoint my Brother William Rogers the Executor of this will – Given under my hand this 5th day of June 1846. –
Signed declared and published Anne Albright By the Testatrix as her last will her mark & testament in the presence of us, who attested the same in her presence & in the presence of each other. ~
P.B. Ruffin Thomas Ruffin Jr –
I Anne Albright do make & publish this Codicil to my last will & testament within written. I give to each of my eldest sons, James R. Albright & John Gibbs Albright, the sum of one hundred dollars, payable within one year after my death. ~ I give to my son Henry Albright, as his absolute property, the sum of Four Hundred dollars, payable within one year after my death, & also I give said Henry a negro child named Patience, being the youngest child of my negro woman Charity. All my other shares, stocks, crops, furniture, money, debts due to me & all the residue of my estates & effects I give in absolute property to my son William Rogers Albright, who has continued to live with me & manage my affairs. And I appoint my said youngest Son William Rogers Albright my Executor, instead of my brother William Rogers –
Given under my hand this 5th day of June 1852. ~
Signed, declared & published Anne Albright By the Testatrix as a Codicil to her mark her with written will in the presence of us, who attested it in her presence & that of each other ~