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Will: Halifax county VA Will Book 12, Pg. 93 Sept. 16, 1820. Polly Younger's estate appraised by Wilson Cage, John Carr, Fielding Bomar and James Petty and recorded Feb. 1821. Balance $323.50.
I, Polly Younger, Halifax County, in consideration of the natural love and affection I have for my son, John Henry Wilson Younger, I so convey and make over one piece of same for Mrs. Huddleston's lifetime, also one bed, one cow, four yearlings, a dozen pewter plates, one powder dish, et., and anything that may be coming to me from William Sydor as administrator of Williamson Younger's estate, if any. Also anything that my father's deed does not call for, I by these presents do warrant and convey the same property for the use of the above mentioned John Henry Wilson, his heirs and assigns forever free from the claims of any person or persons. The condition of the above obligation is that is the above John Henry Wilson should die without heirs, then the same property shall go to my friend, Milton Cage, the father of the above John Henry Wilson Younger. Witnesses: Joseph H. Fuqua, John Cage, Dudley Glass and Winifred Fuqua.