Will of Alexander Bright, dated 6 Mar 1834, Probated 10 Jun 1834.State of Alabama, Montgomery County. Know all men by these that I, Alexander Bright, being in sound mind but weak of body, do make this my last will and testament, do bequeath my soul to God, who gave it, and my body to the earth from which it came.Amen. It is my will that my land, negroes, horses, and stock, and all other issues of perishables that may appertain to the said premises shall be sold on the first Monday in January 1835 on a twelve month credit.Then the proceeds of the said property to be equally divided between my beloved wife Priscilla Bright and my two children Mary Ann Lane and James B Bright, Jr. It is further my will that my horse called "Prospect" and my carriage all shall be given unto my beloved wife Priscilla Bright, Extra. Executrix/Executor: Wife, Priscilla Bright; James Bright, Jr.; Franklin Armstrong; and brother James Bright, Sr., who resides in the State of Georgia. Witnesses:William Moody, J.P.; Thomas C Hagens; Peter Pouncey.