Lincoln County Probate Records

1760-1800

Will Record of James Miller

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In the Name of God Amen I James Miller of Walpole So Caled in the Countey of Lincol and Provence of the Massachisets Bay in New England Husbandman Being Senceable of the Mortalety of my Body and at the Presant Time Infirem as to helth yet of Sound Mind and Perfect Memory Blised be God for it Do hearby Make and Confirm this as my Last Will and Testament Wherein I Do in the first Place Recomend my Soul to God and my Body to Deasont Cristain Buriel and as Touching my Wordly Substance with which God has Blised me with I Do Hearby Dispose thereof In forem and Maner Ass Foloweth—

Item I Give and Bequeth To my Beloved Wife Annas Miller an Equel Part or Porshen with Each of my Childer and my Childer an Equel part with my Wife to wite Jeannet Miller Ann Marey John Sarah Robert Miller of my Real Esteat that I ame Posesed of at my Death and as to my movables I Give and Bequeth to my Beloved Wife that is the Howie of them and my Will is that my Wife Pay the Dets Dew out of the Real Estat and that my Wife Dispos of Such a Part of the Real Estat as Shall Pay all my Dets Dew at my Deces and my Will is that my Wife have the Improvment of my Estat During hir Widowhood and my Will is that She and my Childer Be Conted Therewith Further more I Do hereby Constitute my Beloved Wife Annas Miller Sole Executor of this my Last Will and Testament Delivring this to be my Last Will and Testamente made and ordained this Second Day of July anna Domini 1764

James Millar (Seal)

Subscribed Sealed & Declared
In Presence of us
John McNear
Tobias Glidden
Arch'd Robinson

Probated 5 Sep., 1764. [I, 60.]

Source: The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 1760 to 1800 (Portland, Me.: Printed for the Maine Genealogical Society, 1895), p. 15, citing Lincoln County, Maine, Probate Records.

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