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In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost, Amen.
Know all men by these Presents, that I, Anthony Toomer Porter, D.D. Presbyter of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Carolina, in good health and sound mind do make and declare this to be my last will and testament. … pay any mortgages due on my Asheville and Charleston Property … between my sons, Theodore and Charles … to my son, Theodore my lot in Charleston at the corner of Ruttledge Avenue and Spring Street and his daughter, my granddaughter, greatly beloved Kate Fuller Porter … the Trustees of the Porter Academy … to Louise S. Porter, wife of Theodore … to my grandson, Anthony Fuller Porter … to Charles Edward Porter, son of my son, Charles … to Henry Solmond Porter son of my son Theodore Porter … to John Porter … to my granddaughter, Susan Magdelen being the full name of my late wife … to my grandson, Edward Fuller Porter … to my grandson Charles Edward Porter, Jr. … to my granddaughter, Theodora Atkinson Porter … to my granddaughter, Sarah Magdelen Porter.
Signed in Asheville on August 30, 1901 and in 125th year of Independence of the United States of America, Anthony Toomer Porter.
Signed and sealed in our presence and in the presence of each other a witnesses: A. Rankin
Jas. R. Patterson
T. M. Webb
Witness my hand and the seal of said County this the 22nd day of July 1902, Marcus Erwin, CSC.
Porter, Anthony Toomer
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