Isaac BRIGMAN, 1811
Transcribed and contributed by Terri Brigman England, 18 March 2000The Last Will and Testament of Isaac Brigman Recorded 3rd October 1811 Will Book A Page 66, Case I Box 2 (Transcribed 3/2000 from the original by Terri Brigman England) In the name of God Amen. I Isaac Brigman of South Carolina and Marlbrough District being weak and Sick in body but of perfect Mind and Memory thanks be to God for the Saim and Calling To mind the Mortality of my Body and knowing that it is appointed unto all man kind once to die and After death the Judgment do Recommend my Body to the Earth and my soul To God that Gave it Hoping the for giveness of all my Sins by Merit of Jesus Christ As Touching Such worldly Estate as God has Blessed me with in this life Dow Give it In the Manner and from following that is to say To My Dear and Loving Wife Fearby Brigman one Negro man Named Will all so one Negro woman by the Name Janny all so the Plantation and Track of Land where on I now live Containing Two Hundred Acres all so Two feather Beds and furniture Diewing her Natral Life or Wider Whod all so one Rone Mair and yearling at own Dispossal. Item To my beloved Daughter Mary Brigman one Bay Mair and Colt and feather Bed and furniture all so My beloved Son John Brigman One Hundred Dollars worth of Cattle all so to my beloved Son Malichiah one Hundred Dollars worth in Horse Flesh I devise My Executors to Sell such of my property as Tha Shall Best to pay my Just Debts and funeral Charges and when the Other Children Shall Come of the Age of twenty one to Receive one Hundred Dollars Each that Is to Say first My beloved son Moses Brigman at the age of Twenty one to Receive one Hundred Dollars all so My beloved Son Isaac Brigman at the age of twenty one to Rec. one Hundred Dollars all so to my Beloved Son Solomon Brigman at the age of twenty one to Rec. one Hundred Dollars all so to My Daughter Sary one Hundred Dollars when She Shall Come of age all so to my Son Thomas Brigman When he Shall Come of age to Rec. one Hundred Dollars all so to My Beloved Son Lewis Brigman at the age of twenty one to Rec. one Hundred Dollars and after Raising and Schooling my Children the over pules? when my yongest Son Lewis Brigman Shall a Rive of the age of twenty one Then the whole of my Estate that is Not Devide to be equelly Divided all my Beloved Children I do Constitute and Apoint My Wife Fearby Brigman and John Brigman My Whole and Soul Executors of this my Last will and Testament here by Revoking all Other wills and Testaments Whatsoever In Witness whereof I have here unto Set my hand and Seail This fifteenth Day of June 1811 and In the presents of us Isaac Brigman Test-- Jesse Bethea, Goodman Bethea
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