Below is the transcription of Robert Berry (PAC) 1730 Will with all the spelling errors as they appear in the original.
Will of Robert Berry September 20th 1730 In the name of God Amen: The twentieth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand and six hundred and thirty. I Robt Berry of Prencess Ann County in Virginia being of perfect mind and memory vis I give and bequeath to my loving wife Mary Berry my plantation I now live on with houses cleared ground orchard sharing her gift after her decease to my son Richard Berry and the heirs lawfully begot of his body for ever. I give to my son Richard my gun cupbard. vis I give to my son Robt Berry the plantation I had by my wife farming upon bought this land of George Williamsons land being about ond hundred acres of land to himself and the heirs of his body lawfully begot forever vis I give my loving wife Mary Berry all the rest of any Estate both within & without assessing his ----- one young mare my desire is she may be sold & his proceeds to be divided among all my children in the estate I hereby nominate, appoint & ordain my loving wife Mary Berry to be My whole & sole executor of this my last will & testament disposing all former wills by me made establishing confirming & allowing this to be my last will and Testament & none other –-- –-- Testimony whereof I now hereunto to set my hand and seal. ==His Mark== Signed & sealed Robert---I Berry Seal in presence of us Bartho Williamson presented at court held the 7th October 1730 Sarah S Mathyas named then the above last will and testament Rpbt Berry died in Princess Ann County His Executor made oath the she is Mary Berry Provided by the oath of both his witnesses Hereunto is ordered to be recorded.
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