Will of Agnes Gill, State of South Carolina.
In the name of God amen, I Agnes Gill, widow, of the District of Richland and state of being in perfect mind and good health at the time but wishing to make disposition of all such worldly matters as it hath pleas'd God to bless me with do make and ordain this my last Will.
In the first place as my son Hugh Gill has remained with me longer than any other children and perhaps is not as well in the world as the others of my children I give to him the said Hugh Gill and his heirs forever a negro boy the only one I have whom I call Dick a boy about 12 or 13 years old which said boy I bought of Mr. Alexander McDonell (McDowell??). The rest of my property I give to my son James Gill and his heirs forever as witness my hand and seal this 7th Sept. 1810.
Agnes Gill (her mark)
Witness Tho. H. Egan
South Carolina Richland County
Personally appeared before me as Thomas H. Egan Esquire who being duly sworn upon the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God did make oath and declare that he saw Agnes Gill make her mark to the written instrument of writing the same being first read to her that after signing the same she declared it to be her last Will and Testament signed and sealed by her as such. That she was then of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding according to the best of this deponents knowledge and belief and that this deponent did at her request subscribe his name as a witness to the due execution thereof --- Sworn to before me this 28 day of June 1810. James S. Guignard Ordinary
Thomas H. Egan
Recorded in Will Book G page #106 Box #11 Package #260
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