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Wiatt: Chancery Cause, Campbell County (Part 1 of 7)

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Will, Jack, Isaac, Dick, Gorge, Henry

When we are done my Executors will pay all my just debts and should there be any old Debts brought against my estate if there is rent known to one and estate listed my [illegible] to sell apart of my real estate or home out the Negros which to them same most advantages I owe nothing of [illegible] my executors will convey the Negros to Ohio or some free Stat Wheare [where are] they can live my estate is to pay all charges and truble [trouble]and if any left pay it to Tom my real estate if not sold before they start must be sold on a credit to enable to fetch something and when colected [collected] send to Tom Tom must have his bonds and notes lent to me paid at Ten percent per [illegible] my executors must take my estate real and personal all my house and kitchen furniture tools of every and description Stok [illegible] of every kind in possession convay [convey] in fee simpel [simple] to purchasers all my Reail [real] estate and my executors as soon as is nesery [necessary] sell it for cash and remove them to Ohio State or after some paying all necery [necessary] expences and trouble they [illegible] the balance pay to Tom & his wife Patsy the Negros to be free [illegible] over