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Poor, Isaac T.

ALOB, Vol. VIII #9, p. 87-130:
“p. 84.  27 Jan. 1842…  I, Isaac T. Poor of Buncombe Co. being weak of body but of sound mind and memory.  First, I will and desire that all my just debts be paid.  Secondly, I will all my property both real & personal (after my just debts are paid) to my beloved mother Polly M. Summy her heirs and assigns forever.  Thirdly, My will and desire is that the store in the town of Asheville be carried as agreeably to the articles of co-partnership between myself and Joseph Dunlap until the time specified in said article.  I hereby nominate and appoint Joseph Dunlap sole executor. 
Wit; J.M. Alexander and Jas M. Smith.. 
Signed Isaac T. Poor.. 
April term 1842.  The fore-going was duly proven in open court on oath of J.M. Alexander & James M. Smith.. N. Harrison, Clk.”

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