Will Record of Daniel Day
Kennebeck River March 15th 1765. This is to certifie whomsoever it may concern, That this the Will of Mr. Daniel Day And We do think, that he is in his Right mind ; but if God should take him out of the World this is his Mind and Will That his Wife Mary Day should heir all what is left, all my Lands and and all the household furniture and all the Debts and Notes, only said Mary Day is to give my Sister Sarah Day Ten Dollars, which is my mind & will ; and all the Rest is Mary Day's my Wife, free from all Fathers or Mothers, Sisters or Brothers or any body in the World Besides, but what Sarah Day hasIt is my Will that David Standley should have Two pounds, thirteen Shillings & four Pence lawful money This is my Desire and all that I shall dispose of
Daniel V [his mark] Day
James X [his mark] Sally
Probated 29 Ap., 1765, to apply to personal Estate. [I, 66.] Mathew Hastings and Levi Powers, both of a place in Kennebeck River above Fort Western, sureties.
Source: The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Maine, 1760 to 1800 (Portland, Me.: Printed for the Maine Genealogical Society, 1895), p. 17, citing Lincoln County, Maine, Probate Records.
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