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Will Of Brissy Parish
Granville County, N.C.
211- March 5, 1790 proved in court 1791
I Brissy Parish of Granville County, NC being of weak and low of body but of
sound and perfect memory do make , constitute, and ordain this my last Will
and Testament in manner and form following. Imprimis. I will of all my stud
horse to be sold by my executors to pay all such debts as I justly owe.
Then I bequeath to my beloved son, Noel Parish : 200 acres where on I now
Live, A horse, bridle and saddle and my gun and Bed Furniture Then I give and
Bequeath to my Son David Parrish the remainder of my lands all over two
hundred acres Then I give and bequeath to my beloved wife ; Agga all the
remainer of what I now have in posession her life, after to be equally divided
between my beloved sons to wit Justice, George, Humphrey , John and David ,
excepting 10 pounds out of it I give to my Nephew John Parrish. I further
will that the monies for my stallion if more than satisfies all my just debts
be equally divided between my sons
I further constitute and ordain my sons George Parrish, Humphrey Parrish &
Justice Parrish, my whole and sole executors of this my last will and
testament in witness whereof I here unto set my hand and seal this 5th day of
Executors of will: Sons,George,Humphrey, Justice Parish
Witnesses: Elisha Shemwell, William Lawrence and Fredrick Nance.
Will of Brissie Parish, deceased, proved by Elisha Shemwell and
William Lawrence, George Parish qualified as executor, John
Brown proved deed of gift from John Young to Anderson Taylor
For Seven Negros.
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Charles City, Virginia, United States
Goochland Co., Virginia
March 5, 1790
Granville, North Carolina, United States