WILL OF DAVID WOODARD

JULY 30, 1798. NO DATE OF RECORDING

 

Loving Wife ( Unnamed), Plantation Whereon I Now Live, Mare, 3

 

Cows, 2 Calves, Yearling, Beaufat, All My Pewter And Earthenware, 2

 

Spinning Wheels And (Cotton) Cards, All My Chairs And Chest, Cart And

 

Wheels, Plows, Hoes, Wheat And Wheatbox, Meat, Feed, Vessels, Hogs,

 

Sows, Pigs, My Knives, Forks Two Pots And Hooks, Skillet, 2 Stands, 2

 

Axes, Grubbing Hoe, Griddle, Corn Growing And In The Crib, And All

 

That Is Made In The Johnson Field, The Bread Tray And Meal Sifter,

 

During Life Or Widowhood, Then To My Three Children: James, William

 

And Sarah Woodard. I Leave To My Sons 347 Acres Of Land On The

 

North Side Of Bear Branch, Being In Three Separate Deeds, Also Part Of

 

Another Tract Lying On The South Side Of Little Quotankney Creek Which

 

Lewis Bandy Sold Me; I Leave To My Daughter Sarah, Land Lying On The

 

North Side Of Little Quotankney Creek, Lewis Bandy Conveyed To Me My

 

Deed.

Exr: Elisha Woodard

Edward Mayo

Witnesses:

William Ellis

William Eillis Sr.

William Josey

 

Abstracted By Tracy Smith 6-2000

 

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