Submitted by Linda Pereira

Terhune, Albert - Last Will & Testament (spelling and grammar preserved)

In the Name of God Amen I Albert Terhune of the county of Fleming and state of Kentucky being weak in boddy but of sound memory blessed be god do this day of the fifteenth of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & sixteen do make and ordain this my last will and testament in the following manner and first of all I give my soul to god that give to me and my body to decent christian burial and as touching that worldly estate which god has been pleased to bless me with to my son John Terhune I bequeath five pounds as touching my Real Estate I give & bequeath to my sons Garret & Stephen Terhune Elizabeth my Daughter & his child is to have their living while the lives single with them I likewise bequeath to my son Garret & my Daughter Elizabeth Each a bed & bed clothes as for my personal Estate I bequeath To the rest of my sons not mentioned & my Daughter Hallana and I do make and ordain my son Isaac Terhune & my son in law William Williamson my sole Executors of this my last will and testament Intrust for the Intent and purpose in this my last will Contained to take care & see the same performed according to the tru Intent and meaning

In witness whereof I the said Albert Terhune have this my last will and Testament Set my hand and seal the day & year above writen signed in presents of us

Albert Terhune {Seal}


Alenn Ramsay

Joseph Johnson

Charles Nealis

Fleming County Last April County Court 1817

This last will and Testament of Albert Terhune was this day produced in court proved by the oath of Alexander Ramsay Joseph Johnson & Charles Nelis the three subscribing witnesses thereto and is ordered to be recorded

Atest Alex'r, S, Dudley clk