THE WILL OF JOHN McCOY

Will Book I, pages 81-82

Typed by Larry Heffner.
(Hard copy provided by Linda Fluharty.)

God be it. I, John MCoy, being in bad health but of sound mind, do make this my last Will and testament. It is first my will that my body after death shal be burried in a decent and christian like manner.

I do further will and bequeath to my Daughter Luvina C. Fowler the house and anough Land for the house to stand on and enough for yard around the house - it being the same house in which Luverna C. Fowler now lives and being apart of the Mill Lot in Altizer.

And I do further will and bequeath to my son George H. MCoy, one House and one acre of land around the said house, it being the same house in which the said George H. MCoy now lives in, on the farm knows as the Smith farm above the mill, and

I do further will and bequeath to my beloved wife after her paying all of my debts and liabilityes, All of the residue of my property boath personal and Real including the mill and residue of Mill Lot, house and store and the farm above the mill except what is willed to George H. MCoy in this will and all Bonds, notes, accounts and dues of Whatsoevers Kind and including all live stock, Household and property of every kind owned by me, to have and hold for and during her natural life time and to cary on business with and at her death to first bury her in a decent and Christian like manner then to be divided equally between my Daughter Luvina C. Fowler and my son George H. MCoy. Given under my hand and seal this 5th day of January 1894.

John MCoy (seal)

Witnesses: Joseph K. Lynch
George S. Lynch


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