Contributed by Susan Chance-Rainwater

The Will of William Rainwater
6 January 1825 - Somerset, Pulaski Co, Ky
Book 2 Page 192

We, the undersigned, being called upon by William Rainwater, do in his last sickness to hear what disposition he wished made of all his goods and chattels, do declare that the said Decedent wished and desired all his goods and chattels,both real and personal, remain in the possession of his wife, Patsy, during her life or widowhood, to support herself and raise and educate his infant children.He made no further distribution.

January 6, 1825

Thomas Whitely
Abraham Rainwater

At a County Court held for Pulaski County, Kentucky, at the courthouse thereof in the town of Somerset, on Monday this 7th day of February A.D. 1825, this instrument of writing was exhibited to the court as the Noncupative Will of William Rainwater, deceased, and proved by oath of Thomas Whitley and Abraham Rainwater, and ordered to be recorded and the same is done accordingly.

Attest: Will Ford, clerk
Pulaski County, Ky

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