Will of Peggy Darrough
Here is a transcript of the will, as far as I am able to make it out.
[Will Book B, p. 127 
Will of Peggy Darrough]
In the name of God Amen.
I Peggy Darrough of Greenville district and state of South Carolina being of perfect mind and memory, calling to mind that it is appointed unto [us] to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament as to [such] worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to [give] me, I do bequeath in manner and form following.
1st.I give to my sister Esther Darrough all [such?] part of the land we now live on to be hers during her life together with whatevermoney I may possess at my death,with my stock of cattle & hogs, with my bed and bedclothes likewise my body clothing house furniture with whatever I might possess at my death.
2nd At the death of my sister Esther Darrough I allow Anna Logan Moore my land to hers during her natural life and that at her decease it shall go to her two oldest sons James Wilson Moore and Hugh Dickson Moore to be theirs forever.What may be of the above bequeathed property at the death of my sister I allow to the above-named Anna Logan Moore.And lastly I do appoint Anthony Savage and Robert W. Peden sole executors of this my last will and do hereby attest, disannul revoke and disallow all the former wills or bequests whatsoeverheretofore made by me [rectifying] and confirming this and none other to be [word illegible; doesn’t look like “my”] last will and testament in witness where of I set hereunto at my hand and seal this twentyfourth day of July 1827.
Signed, sealed and
[published] in presence her
of Anthony Savage Peggy x Darrough
[James] Ashmore mark
Proved before John Watson Esq. ordinary for Greenville district September the 10th 1832.
South Carolina ) To Jno Watson Esq ordinary
Greenville district ) for said district
Whereas I was appointed an executor of the last will and testament of Margaret Darrough deceased.
This is therefore to inform you that I do not intend to qualify as an executor of said will and desire you to make a [bond?] of this paper.August the 20th 1832
/signed/ Anthony Savage