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Powers, Bradly

ALOB, Vol. VIII #9, p. 87-130:
“p. 87.  19 July 1833..  I, Bradly Powers, being well in health and in perfect mind and memory.  I leave unto my well beloved wife Sarah Powers all my household goods & furniture and moveable effects with horses, cattle and hoggs[sic] during her natural life or widowhood, at her death to be divided between my three sons and two dtrs.  I give unto my son William Powers all the land I possess on the East side of Whits Creek, I give unto my son Alexander Powers all my lands lying on the West side of Whitson’s Creek during their natural life then to their heirs of their body. 
I appoint Joseph Miller James James my two son-in-law executors.. 
Wit; Addam Phillips, Jacob Miller. 
Signed..  Bradly Powers.. 
Oct. Term 1842..  The foregoing will was roven in open court on the oath of James Brevard…  Signed N. Harrison, Clk.”

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