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Will of Margaret Bevier of 1806

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In the Name of God Amen I Margaret Bevier of the Town
of Newpaltz in the County of Ulster and State of Newyork
widow being old and infirm but still of sound memory
and understanding blessed be God do this ninth day of March
in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and five
make and publish this my Last will and Testament in
manner following. That is to say First I give and bequeath
unto my son Abraham Bevier the bond on Obligation of
six hundred pounds I now hold against him the said my
Son Abraham Together with the Interest thereon due and
which will be due thereon at the Day of my deceas [sic] unto
my said Son Abraham and to his heirs _____

Als [sic] I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Catherine
wife of Mathusalem Dubois my whench [sic] Jane to the
only proper use of my said Daughter Catherine and to
her heirs and assigns also my beds and bedding also all
my wearing apparel also all my houshotd [household] furniture
which I may have at the Day of my decease to the only
proper use and behofe [behoove] of my said Daughter Catherine
and to her heirs ____

Also I give devise and bequeath unto my Grandson
Ezekiel Hasbrouck (son of Isaiah Hasbrouck deceased)
the whole of my undivided Right in the [grampare?] Lot
in the Newpaltz [sic] pattent [sic] To have and to hold my full
undivided Right in the said [Grampare?] Lot aforesaid
to the only proper use of my said Grand son Ezekiel
Hasbrouck and to his heirs and assigns forever ___

That is to say whon [one] Condition that they my said Son
Abraham my said Daughter Catherine and my said
Grand son Ezekiel Hasbrouck on their respective heirs
and [strikethrough] Executors Administrators shall pay on cause to be
paid in a convenient time after my decease all my
Just Debts and funeral charges and I do hereby make

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