Will Of Burkett Freeman
I Burkett Freeman of the County Culpeper State of Virginia considering the uncertainty of this
mortal life, but being of sound mind and disposing memory do make and declare this to be my last
will and testament revoking all others that may have here to for been made. And do dispose of my
property both real and personal as follows. Item 1 ST That enough of my personal property be
sold to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses. Item 2 I will and bequest to my wife Martha A.
Freeman one third of my estate both real & personal during her nature life and at the death of the
said Martha A. Freeman the said third is to go to Sarah A. Crigler infant daughter of Catharine
Crigler and to her heirs forever. Item 3 I will & bequeath to my sister Mary E. Reade one third of all
my estate both real & personal during her nature life and at her death the said third is to go to the a
for said Sarah A. Crigler infant daughter of Catharine Crigler to here heirs for ever, Item 4 I will and
bequeath to Sarah A. Crigler infant daughter of Catharine Crigler one third of all my estate both real
and personal to her and her heirs forever. I make William T. Bowen my executor May 14 1880.
BURKETT (X) FREEMAN
William T. Bowen
James R. Stringfellow
Culpeper County Court June 21,1880
The last Will & Testament of Burkett Freeman was this day produced to the Court and proved by
the oath of William T. Bowen & James R. Stringfellow the Subscribing witnesses there to I order to
be recorded. There as from William Bowen the executor therein named in open Court renounced
the right to qualify as said Exor.
C B Payne CLERK