RUSTON, JOB. Oxford. January 17, 1784. February 1, 1785.To wife Edith the £300 agreed upon by our marriage contract, etc. and £200 over and above. To son Thomas all the lands I live upon containing 425 acres with mill and 40 acres adjoining, and the 1/2 of my tract in Penns Manor, being 218 acres, paying to my executors £3000 (if my son Thomas comes to America). Land to be sold if son does not make the payments specified. To daughter Sarah £5. To daughter Louisa £200, also 3 slaves. To daughter Elizabeth £5 and 3 slaves. Of the remainder of my estate 1/10 to daughter Sarah, 1/10 to son Thomas and the remaining 8/10 to be divided equally between son John and daughters Louisa and Elizabeth. To Thomas Love and James Boyd £100 in trust for support of minister at Faggs Manor. Mentions son-in-law John Evans Finley.Executors: Wife Edith, Friends Robert Wallace of Newark, Delaware, Major John Ramsey of Londonderry, James Gilliland of Oxford.Letters to the 3 first named, Gilliland renouncing.Wit: James Strawbridge, Samuel Finney, Joseph Strawbridge.