Will of Reuben H. Stricklin

Submitted by Joe Jacobs.

Marshall County Will Book I, page 344

Cameron January 23rd 1868.
The last will and testament of R. H. Stricklin.
I bequeath to my sister Cassa Ann one cow. I bequeath to my sisters Cassa Ann and Sarah three blankets and one coverlet to be divided equally. Also one chest of under and bed clothing. I bequeath to Hannah Stricklin the balance of $50.00 fifty dollars on hand after my funeral expenses. Mary A. one dollar. I bequeath to Lindsay Stricklin my trunk and all my wearing apparel. I also bequeath one book history to Sarah one bible to Cassa Ann. Also I bequeath to my sister Cassa Ann and Sarah my interest in real estate. In witness where unto I set my hand and seal this day and date above mentioned.

Reuben H. Stricklin
A. B. Johnson
Gustavus Bowers

West Virginia, Marshall County Recorders Court. Feby term Feby 10, 1868. The last will and testament of Reuben H. Stricklin dead, was this day fully proved by the oath of A. B. Johnson and Gustavus Bowers, the two subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.

Thomas Finn, Recorder