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Re: Nancy Ann Gibbs-Archibald Montgomery
Posted by: Carol A. Coble Date: May 24, 2001 at 12:30:14
In Reply to: Re: Nancy Ann Gibbs-Archibald Montgomery by Ms. Sammie Lou Dudley of 406

In the name of God Amen, I Thomas Montgomery of the County of Blount and State of Tennessee being weak of body but of Sound mind and disposing memory Sensible of the mortality of the body do make and ordain this my last will and testament I desire to resign my Soul to God who gave it and my Body to be decently burried. The property which Kind Providence has bestowed me after my just debts are paid and expenses of my fureral I dispose in the following manner first I give and bequeath to my son John P. Montgomery one hundred and fifty two acres of land part of the plantation on which I now live the South and West Side of Said plantation beginning on the line of the land Granted to Joseph Orr Dec. thence running between the buildings of Said Son and a piece of cleared land between my Said Sons house and my own and leaving my orchard barn and two fields of cleared land on the east and North of my cleared land are left out of the land which I bequeathed to my said Son whith this provise that he is to allow my daughter Peggy Montgomery privilege of cutting timber for rails to make sufficient fencing the part of the plantation that I bequeath to my said daughter Peggy Montgomery. I also bequeath to my said Son John P. Montgomery one yearling cold a mare I give and gequeath to my daughter Peggy P. Montgomery seventy five acres of land being the residue of my afore said plantation including all the buildings and cleared land mentioned left out in my legacy to my son John P. Montgomery. I also give and bequeath to my Said daughter two mares one horse colt two years two cows and one heifer three sheep and all my stock of hogs. I also give to my said daughter all the farming utensils except my harrow which I give my son John P. Montgomery I also bequeath my said daughter all my house hold furniture except so much as my wife Mary Montgomery claims which is to be at her disposal. I also give Said daughter my loom and tacklings I also give my said daughter one third part of a wagon which I have with my sons William and John of theaforesaid properthy bequeathed to my said daughter Peggy P. Montgomery She is bvound to pay all my just debts pay all burriel expenses of myself and her mother and give her mother comfortable Support during her natural life I also give and bequeath to my four sons David, George, William and Samuel Montgomery one dollar each to be paid in property out of the property left to my daughter Peggy P. Montgomery I also give and bequeath to the lawful heirs of my daughter Susan Blithe Decd. one dollar in property. I appoint and constitute my son John P. and Peggy P. Montgomery my executors of this my last will and testament witness my hand and Seal 13 day of April 1827.
John Eaken Thomas Montgomery
Attested Joseph B. Logan (Seal)

This was copied from a book on Blount Co., TN WILLS. Hope it helps you. If you will keep track of the cost of copying the information you received from copies from the Montgomery books I will gladly pay for the expense and mailing. It would be a lot easier than me trying to get hold of those books interlibrary loan.
Thanks, Carol


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