The Garlock-Elliott Family

Will of John Garlough

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The Will of John Garlough

...In the name of God Amen. I John Garlough of Belmont State of Ohio being weak of body but of sound and disposing mind do make this my last will and testament do follows first I desire that my body be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named, and that my funeral expenses once all my just debts be fully paid out of my personal Estate not otherwise disposed of. Secondly I give unto my beloved wife Margarett one third of my plantation that I now live on during natural life which shall include the dwelling house, the Black mare saddle and bridle, one cow her choice of my stock of cattle, one goose feather bed, bedstead and bed clothes such as she may choose to furnish her bed with, one cubboard, half a dozen plates, half a dozen knives and forks, one tea kittle half a dozen tea cups and saucers, one tea pot, one cream cup, one salt sellar, one six gallon kittle, one small pot, one skillit, one weaving loom and to skein belonging thereto, two sheep, one water bucket, one ten gallon copper kittle, one Trunk, one clock reel and woolen wheel in sted or place of dower and at her decease that all the above mentioned articles that is not worn out, dead lost or destroyed shall be


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