Will of George Ribble (Capt.) datedthird day of April, 1821 and executed by Andrew B. Ribble on August 20, 1822.Affidavit of Executors sworn by William Ribble And George W. Ribble on August 20, 1822.To all to whom these presence may come Know ye that I, George Ribble Sr. of the Township of Knowlton, in the County of Sussex and State of New Jersey being weak and infirm but of sound mind and memory do make and publish this my last Will and Testament revoking all others. 1st. It is my will and esire that all my just debts and funeral charges be punctually and speedily paid. 2nd. It is my will and desire that the personal estate left after paying my debts and funeral charges be equally divided among all my heirs namely, my sons, William Ribble, George W. Ribble, John Ribble and Samuel Ribble and also my two duaghters, namely, Anne Beard and Sarah Lowery to share and share alike and that the moveables be sold at public venue as soon as convenient after decease and the moneys divided as above mentioned. 3rd. I give and bequeath to my daughter Anne Beard, besides her share of moveables as aforesaid, the sum of five hundred dollars to be paid to her by my sons William Ribble and George W. Ribble that my son William Ribble do pay for his part of the said five hundred dollars - the sum of two hundred and twenty five dollars and my son George W. Ribble the sum of two hundred and seventy five dollars - in the following manner - one third part of these payments to be paid to her one year after my decease and one third part in two years after my decease and the last third part in three years from my decease without interest.Also, I give and bequeath to my daughter, Sally Lowery the sum of five hundred dollars - to be paid to her by my sons John Ribble and Samuel Ribble.John Ribble to pay two hundred and twenty five dollars for his part and Samuel Ribble the sum of two hundred and seventy five dollars to be paid in three equal payments, the first to become due in one year after my decease and the last in three years from y decease - being three annual payments without interest. I also give and bequeath to my son, William Ribble, a small strip of land that is not deeded to any of my heirs lying between Samuel Ribble's part and a small wood lot deeded to William Ribble which lot contains the spring and still house.Also, I give and bequeath to my son William Ribble the small strip of land along the Miver(?) Hill which I bought of my brother, Anthony Ribble and William Ribble, Anthony's son, which two small pieces of lands I give and bequest unto my said son, William Ribble and his heirs and assigns forever and I give and bequeath to my son, John Ribble, the small piece of land lying west of the Great Road as it is now ...being the same lands that I purchased of Andrew Raul(?) and adjoins John Ribble's other lands, contained in his Deed and to his heirs and assigns forever. I give and bequeath unto my youngest son, Samuel Ribble all that small piece of land that I bought from my son William adjoining the lands contained in Samuel Ribble's deed, containing about three acres and one half, and for the execution of my Last Will I do appoint my two sons, namely, William Ribble and George Ribble Executors of this my Last Will and Testament.In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the third day of April, eighteen hundred and twenty one.