WILL of John Babb 1831

I John Babb of Epsom in the County of Merrimack and State of New Hampshire, do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following:
First I give and bequeath to my wife Anna Babb one third part of all my real estate for and during the term of her natural life - Also I give to my said wife all my household furniture excepting two beds and bedding, one eight day clock, one writing desk and Scotts Family Bible, during the term aforesaid. I also give to my wife one cow.
Secondly I give to my son James Babb one dollar to be paid by my Executor in two years after my decease.
Thirdly, I give to my daughter Lydia Lang one dollar to be paid by my Executor in two years after my decease.
Fourthly I give and devise to my son John Babb Junr all the land and buildings where he now lives meaning all the lands which I purchased of Samuel Langmaid, James H. McClary and Reuben Sanborn, as will appear by their deeds to me - also ten acres of land off the northerly side of the lot which I purchased of William Yeaton Jr., being part of lot No. twenty four in the first range in Epsom - also one pair of small cart wheels which he has now in his possession and the half of a pew in Epsom meeting house in the gallery, the same that I bought of Simon Cass.
Fifthly, I give and devise to my daughter Elizabeth Babb, one good bed and bedding and the privilege of a bed room, for a lodging room, meaning the west bedroom in my house. Also I give to the said Elizabeth my high case of drawers and my linen wheel and one small chest made by Daniel Philbrick the 5th. I also will to the said Elizabeth a comfortable support and maintenance out of that part of my estate which I hereafter devise to my Executor to be furnished her by the said executor, so long as she shall choose to reside in his family and labour for his benefit when she is able so to do - and if the said Elizabeth should at any time hereafter choose to leave the family of my executor and relinquish her claim on him for support, then he is to pay her fifty dollars, one half to be paid in household furniture and the other half in neat stock.
All the rest and residue of my Estate, both real and personal, after the payment of my debts and legacies, I do give and bequeath to my son Philip Babb, and I do hereby constitute and appoint the said Philip Babb sole Executor of this my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 9th day of March A.D. 1831.
John Babb