Will of George Jones.

Submitted by Bobby Jones.

Marshall County Will Book 1, page 286

I George Jones of the County of Marshall and the State of Virginia
being of sound mind memory do therefore make ordain
publish and declare this my last will and testament, that is
to say, first after all my Lawfull debts are paid. I give and
devise to my wife all of my household and kitchen furniture
and one third of my personal property to have and to hold
and do as she please with. I likewise leave my wife full
posesion of my farm as long as she remains my widow or
to my children becomes of aig and if she would live in
widowhood to my children becomes of aig. That they shall
draw equal proportions of the rent of said two thirds of
the farm and at the decease of my wife I require the farm
be sold and the proceeds to be equally divided between
my children.

I will constitute and appoint David Jones and Thomas
w Reary my excutor of this my last will and testament.
In writing whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and
affixed my seal this twelfth day of December in the year
of our lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty one
George Jones

signed sealed published and declared by the said
George Jones as and for his last will and testament in the
presence of us who at the request of the said George Jones
and in his presence and in the presence of each other
have hereunto subscribed our names and place
of residence in writing.
Jal. Campbell of Marshall County Va.
Wm. Warden of Marshall County Va.

Virginia Marshall County Court. Febuary term 1862 Febuary 17, 1862
A writing purporting to be the last will and Testament of George Jones
deceased was this day proved by the oaths of James Campbell and William
Warden the subscribing witneses thereto and is ordered to be recorded
and Thomas WReary and David Jones the excutors named in said
who made oath thereto according to law, together with Abner R. Kinsing
their security who qualified to sufficincy entered into and acknowledged
a bond in the penalty of $500. payable and conditioned as the
law directs, certificate is granted the said Thomas WReary and
David Jones for attaining a probate of said will in due form.
A Copy Teste
E.H. Caldwell clerk
James D. Morris depty