Henry Harrison Freeman Will
Will book 47 Page 266-267
I H. H. Freeman of Fauquier County, Virginia, being of sound mind and disposing memory,
do make this my last will and testament, revoking all other wills.
First: I give to my daughter, Mrs. John Foster, my oak bureau and rocking chair and what
other things she has in her possession belonging to me.
Second: I give to my grandson, Herbert Cornwell, My watch and cuff buttons.
Third: I give to my grandson, Harvey Cornwell, my scarf pin.
Fourth: I give to my son-in-law, Robert Cornwell, my saddle.
Fifth: I give to my daughter, Mrs. Robert Cornwell, all the rest and residue of my estate,
real and personal tangible and intangible, including a note for $300.00 due me by my
son-in-law, John Foster with interest on same. In as much as I have given my said daughter,
Mrs. Robert Cornwell, the large part of my property, I hereby charge her with the payment of
all my just debts, which shall include funeral expense etc.
I appoint Clifton G. Payne, Exactor of this my last will and testament and require that he be
allowed to qualify as said exactor without surety bond.
Given under my hand this the 22nd. Day of September 1917
H. H. Freeman
C. T. Lake
C. B. Willis
Clerk Office of Fauquier Circuit Court, October 20,1917
A paper written, Dated, 22nd. September, 1917, purporting to be the last will and testament
of H. H. Freeman, deceased, was produced before the clerk of said court for probate, and prove
by the oath of C.T. Lake and C.B. Willis, subscribing witnesses thereto, and ordered to be
recorded, as and for the true last will and testament the said H. H. Freeman deceased.
An on motion of Clifton G. Payne, the executor named in said will, who made oath as the law
requires, and interred into and acknowledged bond before said Clerk in the penalty of Five
hundred Dollars, payable and conditional according to law, but without security, the testator
having requested in said will that none be required of him, certificate is granted him the said C.
G. Payne for obtaining probate of said will in due form.
Teste: Jno. R. Turner Clerke.