Brief Abstracts of Norfolk County Wills 1710-1753

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William Ballance of Norfolk County . . .
Original Will
dated 3 Mch. 1733/2
proved 18 May 1733
. . . unto my Son William Ballance my new dwelling plantation with all the land belonging to it . . .
. . . unto my Son Moses Ballance that plantation and land that I bought of henry hawely . . .
. . . unto my Son John Ballance all my New Survey at the head of the Swamp Joyning to Henary Etheredge and Andrew Makefashen . . .
. . . to my Son Hasekiah ballance one young hors Called Sparse . . .
. . . unto my sons and daughters John and Hasakiah and Ann ballance and bridget ballance and ELizabeth ballance and Marcy ballance and Sarah ballance Each of them a hefer . . .
. . . . unto my other two daughters Mary and Esebel Each one of them a hefer . . .
. . . one father bed and furnitude to my daughter Ann ballance . . .
. . . unto my loveing wife Mary Ballance all the Rest of my moveable Estate . . .
. . . my Son Moses Ballance my beloved Sole Executor . . .
witnesses: Daniel Mack farsen his mark.
Jonathan mack farsen
his William Ballance, marke. Wax Seal.

Source: Butler Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
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