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Will of Cornelius DuBois, 1803

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  <br>She Remains my widow, And after hir [sic] widowhood to my Son Josiah to him
 
  <br>She Remains my widow, And after hir [sic] widowhood to my Son Josiah to him
 
<br>And his Heirs and Assigns forever, Also I give unto my said wife
 
<br>And his Heirs and Assigns forever, Also I give unto my said wife
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<br>Three Horses three Cows two Oxon five Sheep five Hogs hir [sic] Choice
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<br>of my slaves, two of them one wagon and all the Tacklings [sic] thare [sic] unto
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<br>Belonging one plow one Harrow with the tackling [sic] there unto belonging
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<br>which said, My said wife shall [chuse?] out of my Personal estate before
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<br>Any division or sale is made of Any of it And also so much houshold [sic]
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<br>furnature as she judges to be needful for hir [sic] to keep house with, the

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In the name of god Amen I Cornelius Dubois Junrz [sic]
of the Town of the Newpaltz County of Ulster and state of Newyork
Being of perfect mind and memory (blessed be god therefore) make
this mu last Will and testament and dispose of the worldly Estate
where with it haspleased god to bless me, in the following
manner First I give divise [sic] and bequeath unto my Loving wife,
Geartruyd the use And [Inum?] of all that farm now accupyed [sic] by
Abraham Palmation in the town of the Newpaltz for And during the time


She Remains my widow, And after hir [sic] widowhood to my Son Josiah to him


And his Heirs and Assigns forever, Also I give unto my said wife
Three Horses three Cows two Oxon five Sheep five Hogs hir [sic] Choice
of my slaves, two of them one wagon and all the Tacklings [sic] thare [sic] unto
Belonging one plow one Harrow with the tackling [sic] there unto belonging
which said, My said wife shall [chuse?] out of my Personal estate before
Any division or sale is made of Any of it And also so much houshold [sic]
furnature as she judges to be needful for hir [sic] to keep house with, the