BOWLES, KY, Will, 1806

I, David BOWLES, of the County of Bourbon and the State of Kentucky

I lend, widow Molly RICE (mother-in-law) one negro boy named James to her.

I give to my granddaughter, Elizabeth THOMAS a negro girl named Milley (daughter of James).

I give and bequeath to my great grandson, David THOMAS a negro girl named Sarah(Daughter of Hagen's).

I leave to my wife Winney BOWLES one negro woman named Lucy.

I give to my son, Nelson BOWLES one negro boy named Joe.

To my son, Thomas BOWLES, I leave a negro girl named Mima.

To my daughter Elizabeth BOWLES I leave one negro girl named Judd...one negro girl named Peggy and one negro boy named Peter.

I have here unto set my hand and affixed my seal this 20th day of February 1806

Will proved in Bourbon Co. January Court, 1807.

Contributed by spice3@juno.com writes:
By way of: BEVERLY J BOLES, VSPY66A@prodigy.com


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