WILL OF CAROLINE BLOUNT RUNYON

RECORDED IN BOOKS H.H. PAPERS 617- 618

Transcribed by: Tracy Smith

NORTH CAROLINA BATH COUNTY

COURTS OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS

NOVEMBER TERM 1843

 

A paper writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Caroline J.B. Runyon deceased is exhibited for probate in open Court by W.B. Gulick who qualifies in Administration and the due execution thereof by the said Caroline J.B. Runyon is proved by the oath and examination of Pulaski Cooper one of the subscribing witnesses thereto. It is therefore considered by the Court, that the said paper writing, and every part thereof, is the last will and testament of the said Caroline J.B. Runyon and the same is ordered to be recorded and filed. And thereupon the said W.B. Gulick, Administrator as aforesaid, duly qualifies as such, by taking the oath required by law.

Know, all men that I Caroline B. Runyon being of sound and disposing mind and memory but mindful of the certainty of life do make and ordain this to be my last will and testament.

I give and bequeath all my estate of every kind whatsoever to the sole and separate use of my daughter Lucy B. Gulick free from the control of her husband during her natural life: and from and after the death I give all of said estate and property to her children living at her death equally to be divided between them.

Provided nevertheless that said Lucy B. Gulick shall have power at any time during her overture to sell and dispose of any portion of said property by instrument in writing and invest the proceeds to the uses and for the purposes herein before designated.

In witness whereof I have here unto at my hand the fourth day of June 1860.

On this fourth day of June 1860 the said Caroline Runyon in our presence signed and published the foregoing her last will and testament and we at her request and in her presence have here unto subscribed no names or interprets.

Will B. Runyon

Pulaski Cooper

 

 

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