Fairfax County Will Book:
Will book K1 pg 57
I Sampson TURLEY of the County of Fairfax state of Virginia being weak in body but of sound mind, do make this my last will and testament as follows, Simpremis? I give and bequest to my beloved wife Martha Turley during her natural life all my negro slaves and all other of my movebel property of every description whatever. Item? I give and bequest unto my son John Turley one Negro boy called JESS now in his possession. Item I give and bequeath unto my son Sampson Turley one negro called HECTOR now in his possession. Item. I give and bequesth unto my daughter Peggy TURLEY three Negro Slaves, to wit, SAM, MARIA , and DANIEL, also one feather bed and bedding and my saddle horse of a white colour. Item, I give and bequesth unto my son James Turley one Negro girl called PAT after the death of beloved wife and not before. Item it is my will and desirt that all the rest and residue of my estate, after the death of my wife be -- equally divided among the following of my children to with. John Turley, Giles Turley, Sampson Turley, James Turley, Jane GIBBS , Elizabeth GUNNELL, Susanna Bunn?, Peggy Turley and the children of my deceased daughter Henietta WAUGH, to receive their mothers part of said division.
It is my will intention and desire that none of the foregoing legacies of any part of my estate be received by the legatees til after the death of my beloved wife according to the former clause of this will.
Lastly I nominate and appoint my son James Turley executor of this my last will and testament revoking and making void all other wills by me made, In Testimony whereof I here unto set my hand and seat this seventh day of April one thousand eight hundred and ten.
signed sealed and acknowledged in the presence of Richard PELL, Curdelius PELL X (her mark) and Alexander WAUGH
At a court continued and held for Fairfax county the 20th October 1812, This last will and testament of Sampson TURLEY decd was presented in court by James TURLEY the executor therein named who made oath thereto and the same being proved by the oath of Richard Pell is admintted to record and the said exer having performed what the law requires in such cases certificate is granted him for obtaining a probet thereof in due form. Test, Wm Moss.
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