Andrew Anderson Will
Livingston Co., Kentucky



Livingston County, Kentucky,
1816

Andrew Andersonís Will
In the name of God amen I Andrew Anderson of Kentucky Livingston
county being of perfect mind and memory make this my last will and Testament.
first I desire to be privately buried my temporal state       I bequeath and dispose of in the following manner first to pay all my just debts      to my wife Maryann I bequeath my household furniture & a horse to ride and a competent maintenance all for her to dispose of as she pleaseth      to my daughter Sinthy I bequeath one horse that she claims and a cow and calf and a bed and furniture       the residue and remainder of my estate land and plantation tools and shop tools notes and accounts I give to my two sons Thomas and Richard all to be divided betwixt them with my horse cattle and hogs according to quantity and quallity [sic] equally betwixt them    to my son Andrew I bequeath the sum of one Dollar      to my daughter Rhoda I bequeath the sum of one dollar
the rest of my family hath had their part of my estate and I do hereby utterly revoke and disannul all former wills by me heretofore in any wise left or made declaring ratifying and
confirming this and no other to be my last will and Testament

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Twenty ninth of February 1816

      Andrew Anderson (seal)
Test
      Jno. Carrick
      James Mitchell

      Livingston county court November Term 1818
The within will was produced in court and proven by the Oathes of
John Carrick and James Mitchell subscribing witnesses hereto and ordered to be recorded
      Test. Enoch Prince Chl





Andrew ANDERSON, is probably my gg grandfather.
I believe that my ANDERSON ancestors removed to Pope County, IL between 1810 and 1820.
By 1830, my Andrew ANDERSON and his brother, William ANDERSON, joined the Black Hawk War from Pope County, IL. After that event, my Andrew ANDERSON m. Nancy Watson HEROD in Shelbyville, Shelby Co., IL in 1832. She died in 1878 and he died in 1892.
              A. Boyer




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