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Transcribed by Francine Jones, 23 May 2001

                                WILL OF

                     ANDREW FARWELL JOHNSON

  In the name of God, Amen.  I Andrew Farwell Johnsone attorney at Law, liv-

ing in the Village at Marion Courthouse, in the District of Marion, and in

the State of south Carolina, being in health of body and of sound mind, mem-

ory and understandng, Praised be God for the same.  Do make this my laft

will and testament in manner and form following, I give, devise and bequeath

unto my beloved nephew Andrew Johnson Dunnam third son of Robert Dunnam & 

Ann his wife my beloved and only Sifter.  All my three Lots of Land lying &

being situated in the Village at Marion Courthouse known in the plan of said

Village by the Numbers, Twentythree, Twentyfour, & Twentyfive, Also a Tract

of Land Containing six hundred Acres, situated on Little Pee Dee Designated

or known by the name of Catt Bluff, and also One Tract of Land Containing

One Thousand Acres situate, lying & being in Horry District on Simpsons Creek

near Sakkamaw river, which Lands & lots above specified I give and bequeath

unto the above named Andrew Johnson Dunnam his heirs & afsigns for ever, Fur-

ther I give and devise unto the aforesaid Andrew Johnson Dunnam My horfe &

Chair, my household & Kitchen furniture Wearing Apparal, Watch & Jewelry, all

monies, securities for monies And all other property I now or may pofsefs, or

have any Claim to or upon, at the time of my Death. of whatever Description

or Denomination, to him and his heirs for ever, Neverthelefs my will and pleas-

ure is that all my Just Debts, physician, Nurfe & Funeral Charges be paid by

the said Andrew Johnson Dunman before he is entitled to, or takes into pof-

sefsion any of the aforesaid specified property whatever.  And I do nominate

Constitute and appoint my trusty Friends Major Richard Godfrey Enos Tart,

William Bellune & Henry Davis Junior of Little Pee Dee Executors of this my

last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all and every other

wills or will at any time heretofore by me made; And do declare this & this 

only to be my last will and testament.

   In witnefs whereof I the said Andrew Farwell Johnson have hereunto set my

hand and seal this Twenty first day of November in the year of our Lord one

thousand Eight hundred and eight.  And in the Thirty third year of the Sov-

ereignty and Independance of the United States of America.

Signed, sealed, declared and published

by the above named Andrew Farwell Johnson as

and for his last will & testament, in the presence


of us, who at his request, and in his                   A.Johnson (SEAL)

presence, have subscribed our names as Witnefses thereto

Jeremiah Norman

William Baker

Abraham Avant

Recorded in Will Book 1, Page 278

Sworn to Sept. 7th 1812

Thos. Harllee Ordy.

Roll No. 404

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