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The Will of Levi Cooper
1858 Pulaski County, Kentucky
Book 5 Page 265-266


I, Levi Cooper, being weak in body but of sound and disposing mind do hereby ordain this a [unreadable word] last will and testament. (viz) - -

I give unto my wife, Nancy, all my property and effects, both personal and real, to have, have and to hold, for her special benefit, that she may be enabled to raise and educate her infant children. I give her full power to sell and convey any property both personal and real, or with the advice and counsel of my administrators may [unreadable word] or [unreadable word] any thing in regard to the estate that I myself of [unreadable word] do. I hereby appoint, constitute and ordain John J. Cooper and Raymond [unreadable proper name] to be my legal administrators.

Signed, sealed and delivered
in the presence of

Levi Cooper [seal]

Attest:
Samuel [unreadable proper name]
Alexander Chumbley

State of Kentucky, Pulaski County Seat
J.G. Ames, J.D. Allcorn, Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid.

Page 266, which includes the filing and an inventory, is completely unreadable

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