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Cloy Farley-Dillon

VA. Franklin Co.. County clerk. Will books, 1856

 

I Cloy Dillon of the County of Franklin and State

 of Virginia do hereby make this my last will and

Testament as follows To Wit

  First it is my Will and desire that all of my past

Debts should be paid by my Execuectors herein after named

  Second it is my Will and desire that my son Jessie

Dillon shall have my bay Mare at my Death also 1 Bed

and furniture also 1 cow and calf.

   Third it is my Will and desire that My Daughter Rebecca

Ayre shall have my Cupboard and contents at my Death

I also give to my Daughter Rebecca Negro Sally and her

Increase and kind of the same and also 1 Bed and furniture

   Fourth it is my Will and desire that my Gran Daughter

Chloe Ayer shall have 1 Bed and furniture also 1 loom

And 1 Flax wheel.

   Fifth it is my Will and desire that my Gran Daughter

Polly Aryes shall have 1 Bed and furniture if William

Callicoat never claims it,

 if so he is to have it she has the

Bed now in possession.

   Six it is my Will and desire that my Executor shall

 sell all my crops and pay my Debts  and if any surpluses

should be left to be equally divided between all my children

   Seventh I do Appoint John C. Ashworth my Executor to this

My last will and Testament.  Signed and Sealed in the

 presents of this the 9th day of June 1853:

 

Witness:                                           her

                                                          Cloy X Dillon

                                                          Mark

John C. Ashworth

George Houseman

 

At @ Court held for Franklin County at the Courthouse on

The 4th day of February 1856.

          This Last Will and Testament of Chloe Dillion

Decd was produced in Court and proved by the oath of John C.

 Ashworth and George Houseman the witnesses thanks

 And admitted to Record and John C. Ashworth the Executor named

 in said will refusing in Court to take upon himself the brother of

executor of the said Will.  On motion the Estate of the said Chloe

Dillion Decd is committed to the hands of John A. Smith Sheriff

 Of this County to be Administered by him according to Law with

 The Will of the said Chloe Dillion Decd annered in due form.

                                                          Testee

                                                                   R. A. Scott C.F.C