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Mecklenburg County, NC Will Book B, page 83.
Written 04 Mar 1797; probated in Apr 1802 Court.
Being weak in body, I will to Elizabeth LEMMOND, dau of my son-in-law Robert LEMMOND, my saddle and half of mypewter; to John HUTCHESON, son-in-law of George HUTCHESON, the remaining half of my pewter, and to his brother William my pot rack; to my dau Jean LEMMOND my feather bed and bedclothes and negro Peg; and to my dau Agnes HUTCHESON my spinning wheel, my cloak and body clothes, and my cotton yarn is to be divided between my daus.All the residue of my property consisting of household and kitchen furniture, cows and a mare are to be sold and the proceeds divided equally among the presend children of sons-in-law Robert LEMMOND and George HUTCHESON.I give 12 sh to my son-in-law John SADLER and his wf Jannet, and 12 sh to each of my two nephews James and William HUTCHESON.The above legacies are to be paid as the legatees come of age.Sole exr:trusty friend Moses WALKER.Wit: Robert and James ROBISON.
[Herman W. Ferguson & Ralph B. Ferguson, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Will Abstracts 1791-1868, Books A-J & Tax Lists, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1806 & 1807, Rocky Mount, NC: 1993]