KIRK, ROGER. West Nottingham.
June 30, 1759. April 14, 1761. Died March 28, 1761.
Directs body to be buried in Friends Burying Ground in East Nottingham.
Provides for wife Elizabeth including tract of land in East Nottingham
containing 100 acres purchased of Daniel Brown, also Mulatto girl
Phillis, negro girl Jenny, negro man Harry and negro boy Tobe. To son
Timothy £5 and to his wife Ann £5. To son William 10 acres, part of
plantation whereon I now dwell, also £5 and to his wife Mary £5. To
daughter Elizabeth Woodward £30 and to her husband, Thomas £5. To
Mathew Aughiltree, husband to my daughter Deborah deceased 5 shillings.
To daughter Rebecca Cook £40 and mulatto girl Violet and to her husband
John Cook £5. To son Samuel plantation where I now dwell, also stock.
To grandson Roger Kirk, son of Timothy tract of land in East and West
Nottingham containing 150 acres. To grandson Nathaniel Kirk, son of
William 1/4 of lot of land in Charlestown on North East River, the
other 1/4 of do to grandson Samuel Woodward. To granddaughter Rebecca
Woodward furniture. To grandchildren Jacob, William, Elizabeth,
Katherine and Joseph Wollison, children of Joseph and Deborah Wollison
deceased £10 each when of age. All remainder to wife Elizabeth, also
Executrix. Witnesses: Elisha Hughes, Benjamin Chandler, Alexander
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