The Will of John Seago

In the name of God Amen, I John Seago being weak in body but in as perfect mind and memory as Common thanks be to God and Calling to mind the mortality of my body. Remembering that it is appointed for all men once to Die do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament and as Touching such Wordly Goods and Estate as the Lord hath blessed me with in this Life I give and Dispose of them in manner and form following.

Item I Give to my son William Two Hundred acres of land lying near Mays Mill.

Item I Give to my son Robert Seago my Home plantation with all it's privledges to peaceably possess six years after my Decease.

Item I give to my son John to possess at the exparation of six years my home plantation to him and his heirs forever with The Containing of one Hundred acres of Land.

Item I give to my Grandson James Seago the son of Abraham Seago Dec'd One Hundred acres of Land Joining George Lindsey's

Item I give to my daughter Ann one third part of my movable Estate.

Item I give to my daughter Elizabeth two thirds of my movable Estate.

Also will that my son Robert shall be Executor of this my last Will and Testament and I do hereby utterly disannull and Revoke this sixth Day of December in the year of our Lord 1784.

John (his mark) Seago (his seal)

Excs. Qualifs
Wm Bonnett
Charles (his mark) Burmingham

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