Contributed by Victoria Proctor, 18 Aug 2005
The State of South Carolina
In the name of God amen.
I Jesse Quick being of Sound mind and perfect memory Blessed be God for the Same do on the 24th day of June in the year of our lord one thousand Eight hundred and forty four do make and ordain this my last Will and testament in the manner and form following; viz,
I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Mary one third of all my possessions both personal and real estate to be at her own Disposals through life and at death for her to Dispose of as She may think proper
I next give and bequeath to her Son Hyatt the balance of my posessions both personal and real Estate with the exception of fifty Dollars which I Shall hereafter name
I give and bequeath unto my Brother John Quick living in the State of Georgia fifty Dollars to be paid him by the aforesaid Hyatt. I give and bequeath unto the aforesaid Hyatt all my notes and papers of any Demand whatsoever but and if the aforesaid Hyatt Should Die without leaving any lawful Heir or heirs, then the aforementioned property Shall return back unto my ________ [?]
I nominate and appoint my wife Mary Executor and her Son Hyatt Executors only Sole and Lawful Executors & Executrix to this my last will and testament.
JESSE QUICK (SEAL)
Signed and Sealed on the day and date above written in the presence of
Recorded in Will Book A Page 236
Recorded August 10th 1844
Case 1 Box 26
Jos. David, Ordy, M.D.
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