Note: Henry, John, Pocomoke, Somerset Co.,1st Oct., 1715; 20th June, 1717. To bro. Hugh and sisters Jannet and Helen, �15 ster., to be pd. to Rev. Alex. Sinclaire, in Plumked St., Dublin; if he be dead, to the Rev. Messrs. Francis Iredale or Cragehead, in Cable St., Dublin. To Alex. Sinclaire, if living, 20s. to purchase a ring. To son John and hrs., � �Buckland,� on St. Martin's R., division to be brother �� King's line. (For desc. see will.) Also to son John and his male hrs., � of storehouse and lot at Snowhill, and 100 A. of a tract called �Pershoar� on Whorekill Creek (for desc. see will); and if son Robert disturb him or his male hrs., then to son John and male hrs. other half of �Buckland� also at decease of wife, and 1/3 personal est. To son Robert Jenkins and hrs., two tracts of land on Morattock R. in N. C., one cont. 930 A. and the other 640 A.; also dwel. plan., 400 A., �Mary's Lot,� and 50 A., �Henry's Addition,� adj.; also a tract of 150 A. lying above Snow Hill called �Joshemon,� another called �Providence,� cont. 200 A. at Dividing Creek; also the southernmost half of �Buckland,� under afsd. condition; � of lot and store at Snow Hill, also a tract on Pocomoke, wherein Tho. Ellis now lives, called �Necessity,� and also all other real est. not herein mentioned, and 2/3 of personal est. at decease of wife. Wife Mary, extx., to have use of entire est. during life. Sons to have an education such as their genius inclines them to. Test: desires bro. Robt. King and Epr. Eilson to be counsellors to wife. Shd. either die before sd. sons become of age, desires neighbor Robt. Mills to join with survivor and also Rev. Mr. John Hampton. Test: Jonathan Noble, Robt. Harris, Eliz. Dinaly. 14. 408
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