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Will of William Hoge, son of William (1660-1749)
Posted by: Debby Lantz Date: January 05, 2002 at 19:00:31
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I WILLIAM HOGE Senior of the County of Loudoun and State of Virginia being far advanced in years yet mercifully favoured with a good Degree of soundness in both mind and memory do hereby Make and commit to writing this my last will and Testament in manner and form that is to say
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Imprimis It is my will that all mu Just debts and funeral charges shall Be paid
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Item It is my will that my brother JAMES HOGEs children he hath by his first wife shall have thirty poundsequally divided amongst them Share and share alike
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Item it is my will that my daughter in law HANNAH BOONE shall have one half of my pewter besides the negroe Girl lill of age and all other things I have put in her possession since Her mothers death
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Item it is my will that my step daughter in law Sarah Pancoast shall have my hen Feather bed and all the furniture belonging thereunto besides the bed cloaths and other things which I have already Given her since he (sic) Grand mothers decease
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Item it is my will that my grand son MORGAN HOGE shall have ten pounds
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Item it is my will that my own son JAMES HOGE shall have ten shillings besides what he has already had
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Item it is my will that my son WILLIAM HOGE shall have all the Interest money he owes me forgiven Him and be only required to pay up the Principal --
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Item it is my will that all my land and the Apputenances where I lately lived on Siglon branches shall be sold by my hereafter Named Executors the first suitable opportunity that presents after my decease to dispose of it to advantage together with all my other Effects not otherwise ordered, and all the clear money That can be raised thereby collectively with all the money due to My Estate by bonds Bills notes book debts or any way whatsoever When gathered and collected or lest to wait for the whole to be Collected should too long procrastinate my intentions being Carried into execution it is my will and appointed purpose That as soon as the amount of the whole so disposed of and Put into a proper medium for distribution can with conveniency be ascertained it shall be divided into six equal parts and my son SOLOMON HOGE senr is to have two of the said six parts and all my wearing apparel be first paying and clearing my Estate from the payment of one hundred and twenty pounds bond and every part thereof which I formerly gave His father in law ISAAC NICHOLS in his behalf and also Paying and full defraying all he may hereafter and doth Now owe to my Estate by bill bond notes Book accous or Otherwise The double portion of two of the six parts which I have Appointed him I think him justly entitled to on account of his not yet having had his Proportionate share and My having been and the apparent likelihood of my continuing to be a further incumbrance to him and his family
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Item it is my will that my Grand daughter SARAH GORE shall have one of the six shares above mentioned
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Item it is my will that my Grand son SOLOMON HOGE weaver who is My son JAMES HOGE's own son and my grand daughter NANCY JENKINS, widow, shall have one single share of the six equally divided between them share and share alike
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Item it is my will that my daughter NANCY HAYS wife of WILLIAM HAYSshall have one singe share of the six parts For the use of herself and the heirs of her own body
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Item it is my will that my two sons GEORGE and ZEBULON HOGE Shall have the remaining share or six part equally divided Between them share and share alike and I do hereby appoint ordain and constitute my trusty son SOLOMON HOGE and His son in law JOSHUAL GORE to be my Executors of this my last Will and Testament to act Jointly or seperately as the case may require by Reason of sichness death or other inability that may happen and I do also hereby revoke and entirely disannul all former Wills and Testaments by me before this time made ratifying and confirming this and no other to my last will and Testament In Witness whereof I Hereunto set my hand and affixrf my seal this thirteenth day of the fourth month in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty nine. 1789
Signed Sealed and published }
Declared by the Wm Hoge to be }
his last will and Testament in the }
Presence of us }
Wm Kenwerty } William Hoge ( I S )
Joseph Shields }
Rebekah Hoge }

At a Court held for Loudoun County July 13th 1789 This will was proved by the oaths of JOSEPH SHIELDS and REBEKAH HOGE two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered tp be recorded And on the motion of SOLOMON HOGE and JOSHUA GORE the Executors therein named who made oath according to law Certificate is Granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form Giving Security where upon they with TIMOTHY HOWELL and J NICHOLS Entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of twelve hundred pounds conditioned as the law directs/
Teste
Chas Binns


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