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Transcribed by Donali Howell, 18 May 2001

               NUNCUPATIVE WILL OF

               DR. SAMUEL KILBURN

South Carolina   )  Noncupative Will of Dr. Samuel Kilburn of
Marion District  )  Said State and District

Dr. Samuel Kilburn in his last Sicknefs at his dwelling 

house and on the first day of November Anno Domini One tho-

sand eight hundred & Eleven made a disposition of his per-

sonal Estate after calling on three witnefses to bear tes-

timony of the Same To wit Edward Burch Mary Myers & Samuel

Jas Myers as follows that all the personal property he

pofsefsed previous to his Marriage with Mary (late Mary 

Burch) his wife and also all the property both real and

personal  accruing to him in any maner. he bequeathed by

his said Noncupative will to Mary Kilburn his beloved wife

to her sole use and disposal forever and that he was of a 

Sound and disposing mind

South Carolina  ) Personally appeared Edward Burch, Mary
Marion District ) Myers & Samuel, James, Myers, who all

being duly Sworn on holy Evangelist of Almighty God Saith

that they were present & in the Dwelling house of Dr. Samuel

Kilburn Deceased in the time of his last Sicknefs that they

were called on by him to bear Testimony to the above dis-

position of his property both real and personal and that

they heard pronounce  & publish the same to be his non-

cupative Will and that he disposed of the same to Mary Kil-

burn his beloved wife to her sole use and disposal

Sworn to before me                        Edwd Burch

this 7th November 1811        (Signed)    Mary Myers

Signed, A Johnson QU                      Samuel James Myers

Recorded in Will Book 1, Page 68

Original Noncupative Will Missing

Recorded December 6, 1811

Thos. Harllee, Ordy

Roll No. 435

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