WILL of Samuel Goss Jr. 1829

In the name of God, Amen. I Samuel Goss, Jr of Epsom, County of Merrimack and State of New Hampshire, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound and perfect memory, blessed be Almighty God for the same, do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say:
First, I give and devise to my daughter Sally T. Goss one four year old heifer and six sheep to he hers when married if she should marry before she is twenty one years of age, if not, she is to receive them at the age of twenty one.
Also I give and devise to my son Joseph T. Goss the blacksmith's shop situated on said farm where I now live and reside together with the tools and one acre of land out of the corner of the field where the shop now stands, commencing at the south west corner of said land upon the east side of the road leading by my house, then running northwardly ten rods on said road, thence eastwardly keeping the width of ten rods, so far as to contain one acre, likewise one yoke of two year old steers and one gun to be his at the age of twenty one.
Also I will and ordain that the executrix of this my last will and testament for and towards the performance of this my said testament shall, with all convenient speed after my decease, bargain, sell and alien in fee simple that lot of land called the Bickford land which I bought of Joseph Towle situated in said Epsom, which reference may be had to said deed bearing date December fourth A.D. 1827, for the doing, executing and perfect finishing whereof I do by these presents give to my said executrix full powers and authority to grant, alien, bargain, sell, convey and assure the said land called the Bickford land, to any person or persons their heirs forever in fee simple by all and every such lawful ways and measure in the law as to my said executrix or her council shall seem necessary. Also I give and devise to my beloved wife Susan G. Goss all the rest and residue of my estate whether real or personal whatsoever and wheresoever it may be found, after payment of all my just debts and legacies to have and to hold the same so long as she shall remain my widow and when she the said Susan G. Goss, my wife shall cease to be my widow, it is my will that the property should then go to my son Joseph T. Goss to be his and his heirs forever, excepting the household furniture which is to be divided between my two children, Sally T. Goss and Joseph T. Goss, as my said wife shall think most proper.
And lastly, I hereby appoint by beloved wife Susan G. Goss as my sole executrix of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this ninth day of March A.D. 1829.
Samuel Goss Jr.
Witness: James Hersey, Sally Hersey and Samuel Moses.