Case, John

ALOB, Vol. X #6, pp. 89-55 & 89-56:
“p. 160.  11 Jan. 1854..  I, John Case, do make this as my last will & testament.  First I give my soul to God who gaveth to my body.  I will all my property both real & personal to my wife Susan Hannely Case during her natural life & at her death the land to go to my son Hannely Case in case he takes care of my dtr. Enaltin Case as long as she may live, in case he fails to do so, the property to go to my executor, except two tracts of land joining Allen R. Case & Samuel Merrell & Bakers line then West with Murry’s other line, containing 50 acres more or less also Allen Case to pay a debt I owe to Robert Twitty also one to Samuel Murrell containing 20 acres more or less which Samuel Merrell to have if he pay a debt which I owe to the Bank in Asheville.
I appoint William Case Executor.
Wit; William Duakes? & Wm. R. Lance..
Signed..  John Case…”

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