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Will of Margaret Bevier of 1806

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then changeable with the same and also the residue
and remainder of my real and personal Estate which I
have not already devised and bequeathed I as hereby give
and devise the same unto my Daughter Catherine aforesaid
her heirs and assigns forever. And Lastly I as hereby
make ordain and appoint my Son in Law Mathu
=salem Dubois and my friend Peter Lefever Junr. and
the Survivor of them to be Executors of this my Last Will
and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto Let
my hand and Seal the Day and year above written-
Margaret + Bevier L.S.
her mark

Signed sealed published and}
declared by the said Margaret}
Bevier as her Last Will and Testa}
=ment in the presence of us who were}
present at the signing and sealing Theus [sic]}
Jacob J Schoonmaker.}
Mathusalem Dubois Junr.}
Abm. J Hardenbergh.}

Ulster County [fs?]: Be it remembered that on the Seven
teenth day of December in the year one thousand eight hun
dred and six personally came and appeared before me Daniel
Brodhead Junior Surrogate of the said County Mithusa
lem Dubois Junior and Abraham J Hardenbergh, who
being duly sworn on their Oath declared that they did
see Margaret Bevier sign and Seal the within writ
ten Instrument purporting to be the will of the said
Margaret Bevier, beaing [sic] date the ninth day of March
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
five, and heard hein [sic] publish and declare the same
as and for her Last Will and Testament, that at the
time thereof she the said Margaret Bevier, was
of sound disposing mind and memory to the best
of the knowledge and belief of them the Deponents

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