Will of George McDanald
Fleming Co., Kentucky.
Will Book B
Drafted: 28 May 1819
Proven: 5 July 1819
In the name of God, Amen I George McDanald
of the county of Fleming being sick and weak in body But of sound and disposing memory for which I Thank God, and calling to mind the uncertainity of Human Life and being desirous to dispose of all such worldy estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with I give and bequeth in the following manner That is to say
1st I desire that all my just debts be paid by my son William McDanald also pay to Mary McDanald my wife six hundred dollars when called for after four years if she should not die before that period the same to be at here disposal.
I give to William Wheeler my son in law the sum of one dollar.
I give to my daughter Jane Mcquoan the sum of one dollar.
I give to my son in law John Dougherty the some of one as Margaret his wife my daughter one dollar.
I give to my son Peter McDanald one note for ???? on Laurence McQuown.
I give my son John McDanald the sum of one dollar.
I give my daughter Elizabeth Kishmal the sum of one dollar.
I give my son Thomas McDanald the sum of one dollar.
I give my daughter Ann Cull the sum of one dollar.
I give my son William McDanald the sum of one dollar and all the ramainder of my lands and possesions of every kind whatsoever they be out of which he is to make the afore said payments with the revenue that he is to convey the right to Thomas Ishmal to the track of land that said Ishmal now lives on containing fifty acres by his paying the sum of ninty dollars against the 7th day of March 1820 and also make the right of John Cull to the place on which he holds in posession containing fifty acres by his paying the sum of ninety dollars to be paid against the 7th day of March 1820 be it known that the said Wm. Mcdanald is to have fifty acres above the mills that he has paid for the balance as aforesaid and as follows.
I give to my son James McDanald the sum of one dollar and the land that he has got and traded to Tilson for which he is to pay one hundred dollars against the first day of March 1820 be it clearly understood that the ????? is Thos Ishmal pays ninty dollars and John Cull ninety dollars and Jas McDanald one hundred dollars the aforsaid devises is for the several children to have and to hold forever, And the right that is Wm McDanald is to make sd Ishmal and Cull is to be a quit claim deed.
I establish and appoint my son William McDanald executor of this my last will and testament here by revoking all others or former wills or testaments by me here to fore made.
13thly and lastly my soul I recomend to the Lord My Body t the grave. Amen
In witness where of I have here unto set my hadn and affixed my searl thei s28 day of May 1819.
(signed) George McDannald
Signed in the presence of us
Submitted by Shirley Buckler