Submitted by B. Carlisle Bowling.
Will Book 2, pages 225 & 226
Union District, Marshall County, West Virginia, December 17, 1884:
I, Winfield Scott McHenry, being of sound mind and knowing the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death do make this my last will and testament in the following manner:
First: That all my just debts be payed by my Executor out of my personal and real estate; the residue of my estate real and personal I bequeath as follows: Equly between my brothers and sisters: Ann Campbell, James McHenry, William H. McHenry, Abagal McHenry, Esther P. Omen, and Mary Part (should be spelled Parriott).
Second: I further ordain that D. A. Dorsey shall be my Executor and shall have power to sell and convey my real estate.
In Witness whereof I set my hand and seal this 18th day of December 1884.
Signed by W. S. McHenry. Witnessed by Samuel E. Dorsey and H. Keltz
Admitted to Probate on January 10, 1885, Marshall County Court.