EPSOM PROBATE RECORDS
WILL OF ENOCH BROWN JR. - 1824
WILL of Enoch Brown Jr. 1824
the name of God, Amen.
I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Elinor Brown, a certain tract of land
containing twenty five acres more or less which I purchased of Elijah Gove of
Epsom; also I give and bequeath unto my wife, all the land on the west side of
the road which my father gave me a deed of, with all the appurtenances belonging
thereto to be to her use and benefit as long as she remains my widow, and after
her decease or marriage, I will that the land last described with the appurtenances
belonging thereto to be divided among my children equally, also I give unto my
wife three cows and six sheep to be to her use and benefit as long as she remains
my widow, and then to be equally divided among my children - also I give to my
wife my clock as long as she remains my widow, and then to go to the use of my
children - also I give and bequeath unto my wife all the remainder of my household
furniture to be for her use and benefit forever. And lastly, I appoint my wife
Eleanor Brown sole executrix of this my last will and testament and hereby revoking
all former wills by me made.
Enoch Brown Jr.
Witnesses: Levi Brown Jr.,
John Ham Jr., Mary C. Ham, Saloma Rand