Robert Freeman 1793 Will
Will Book E pg 255 Culpeper County, Virginia

In the name of God Almighty. The thirteenth day of may One thousand Seven Hundred
and Ninety three, I Robert Freeman of the parish of Saint Mark in the County of Culpeper
being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory do make and ordain this my
Last will and Testament in manner and form following principally first of all I commence
my soul in the hands of the almighty God, and my body unto the earth in the interest of a
Christian at the direction of my executors herein after named.
-Item I lend onto Elizabeth my dearly beloved wife all my estate whether real or personal
during her natural life and after her deceased I give all my said unto my daughter Massey
Freeman and her heirs,
-Item I likewise constitute and appoint my son Robert Freeman and son-in-law William
Haynie Executors of my last will and Testament, And I do hereby utterly disallow revoke
and dishonor all and every former will and testament ratifying and confirming this and no
other tobe my last will and testament, and more over require my forementioned son
(Robert Freeman) to make and exicute unto his sister Massey Freeman a good and
diffident deed in law for that land or parcel of land whereon Oliver Clerk Formerly lived. In
witness whereof I have hereunto made my hand this the day & year first above written.
Robert his X mark Freeman {Seal}
Signed sealed and acknowledge
This the last will and testament of
Robert Freeman in the presence of
Thomas Spilman
William Haynie
Peter Bowers

At a court held for Culpeper County the 22nd of December 1807
This last Will and Testament of Robert Freeman Dec'd was subscribed to the court and
proven by the oath of Thomas Spilman one of the witnesses thereto who came to court
and made oath that has verify believes the other subscribing witnesses thereto signed the
same in his presence, both of whom have left this state, that the will remained in his
possession from the Executors thereof until the same was substituted to the Court the
Court do thereupon order the same tobe recorded.
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