The Will of John Killman - June 27, 1846
Transcribed by Wayne Stith

In the name of Almighty God. Amen I John Killman being weak in body, but in sound mind and memory, do make this my last will and Testament.

Item. I Give and bequeath unto my dear wife Nancy Killman, all of my Real and personal estate, and all right and title to any property which I hold, to her and her heirs forever. as witness my hand and seal this the Twenty seventh day of June one thousand Eight hundred and forty six.

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John X Killman {Seal}
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Witnesses:
John E. Gray.
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Samuel x Johnson.
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          his
Teakle x Taylor.
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At a Court held for Accomack County on the 27th day of July 1846. This last Will & Testament of John Killman, was proved by the Oaths of John E. Gray & Teakle Taylor, witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded.

Teste: J. J. Ailworth C. A. C.

(Examined.)

[Accomack County Will Book 1846-82: 7f.]

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