Franklin K. Freeman Will
Will book No. 5 pg 136 Culpeper County, Virginia

I being of sound mind make this my last will and testament. I leave all my real and personal
property to my wife Elizabeth Ann Freeman her life time and at her death should my
daughter Iren and Grace be living and single they are to have the house and thirty acres of
land to have as long as they are single the balance of my property is to be equally divided
between all my children. Namely Fannie Goals, Tom Freeman, Nellie Berry, Linwood
Freeman, Iren Freeman, Grace Freeman, Edward Freeman and John Freeman. If Iren or
Grace marries the one that remains single should hold the house and thirty acres of land,
and at her marring or death the said be sold and the monies be divided between my
remaining children. Witness my hand and seal this 8th of March 1901.

F. K. Freeman {Seal}

Virginia, in Culpeper county circuit court clerk's office this day came Elizabeth Ann
Freeman and produced to the clerk a paper written dated 8th day of March 1901.
Purporting to be signed by F. K. Freeman Dec'd, and to be his last will and testament,
whereupon G. Linwood Freeman and Burnett Willis were each sworn as witnesses, and
serially testified on oath that they both and each of them are familiar with the hand writing
of the said F. K. Freeman Dec'd, that they and each of them have carefully examined said
paper writing dated the 8th day of March 1901 and now produced to the Clerk, that said
paper writing is wholly in the hand writing of the said F. K. Freeman Dec'd, and the same
and each and every part therof is wholly written by the said F. K. Freeman Dec'd, and that
the signature that's attached is the true and guinuwin signature of the said F. K. Freeman
Dec'd, that they and each of them were well acquainted with the said F. K. Freeman Dec'd,
that the said F. K. Freeman Dec'd was of sound mind and disposing memory at all times,
and that the said F. K. Freeman Dec'd, departed this life in the month of October 1911 and
at the time of his death a resident of county of Culpeper, Virginia.

Where apon it is considered by the clerk that the said paper ..