Sluder, John

ALOB, Vol. X #7, p. 89-67:
“p. 166.  25 Aug. 1855..  I, John Sluder, being sick & afflicted in body, but of sound & disposing mind and memory, do make this as my last will & testament.  I desire that all my just debts be paid by my executorix[sic].  I appoint my beloved wife Priscilla Sluder as my executrix.  After my just debts are paid, I give to my wife Priscilla Sluder during her natural life all my real & personal property and after her death the remaining property to be equally divided amongst my children..
Wit:  Peter Plemmons & T.W. Ballew..
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