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                         NEAVIL GEE
                              
                            WILL
                              
                        19 JUNE 1804
                              
                COUNTY OF LUNENBURG, VIRGINIA
                   Will Book 6 pp. 87A-89
                              
I, Neavil Gee of the County of Lunenburg, and State of
Virginia, do make my last Will and Testament, in manner and
form following viz.

1st.     I lend to my daughter Nanny Bowers Two Negroes Fan
and Med, and their increase and the other property, she has
in her possession that belongs to me, during her life, and
at the death of my daughter Nanny Bowers the above Negroes
Fan and Med, with their increase and the other property as
above, I lend to my daughter Nannys daughter Patsey
Jefferson during the said Patsey Jeffersons life, and at the
death of the said Patsey Jefferson my desire is that the
whole of the above property, with their increase be equally
divided between the heirs of Patsey Jeffersons body.   

2nd.    I Give and bequeath to my son Jesse Gee all the property
of mine he has in his possession or has had since he lived in
Kentucky, and one hundred dollars to him and his heirs forever.

3rd.    I give and bequeath unto my son Jones Gee, all the
property of mine he has in his possession, and one hundred
acres of land that I purchased of David Vandyck, lying on
Bookers road, to him and his heirs forever.

4th.    I lend to my daughter Amey Andrews all the property of
mine she has in her possession during her life, and at her
death to be equally divided, between the heirs of her body.

5th.    I lend to my daughter in law Catharine Gee the Negroes
of mine she has in her possession and other personal Estate,
to her during her life or widowhood, and the land she she
now lives on, I lend to her during her life or widowhood
also, and at the death or marriage of the said Catharine
Gee, my Will and desire is that the above Negroes and other
personal property with their increase, be equally divided
between Catharine Gees four daughters, Letty, Elizabeth and
Dolly & Nancy, ald also my will and desire is at the death
or marriage of Catharine Gee the above mentioned land to be
for the use of Catharine Gees four daughters, Letty,
Elizabeth, Dolley and Nancy while they live single, and
continue on it, if either of the four daughters should
marry, shall have no claim in the said land, and at the
death marriage or removal of the four daughters Letty,
Elizabeth, Dolley & Nancy, my desire is that the said Land
should go to my son George Gee, his heirs and assigns
forever.  

6th.    I give and bequeath unto my son Lucas Gee the tract of
land, he now lives on and all the other property, he has in
his possession and two tracts of land, one I bought of
Curtis Hardy (lying on Bookers road) and the other of 
John Bailey, its the land that lies on Haggards path, where
Benjamin Winn once lived, and one Negroe named Ned, to him and
his heirs forever.

7th.    I give and bequeath unto my son George Gee two
negroes named George and Velate, which he has in his
possession, to him and his heirs forever.

8th.    I give and bequeath to my son Neavil Gee the tract
of Land whereon he now lives, and three Negroes named,
Silvy, Old Farn, and Maria, to him and his heirs forever.
Also the plantation utensils, of every kind, that he has in
his possession.

9th.    I Give and bequeath to my son James Gee all the
property of mine he has in his possession, or has had, since
he lived in Kentucky, to him & his heirs forever.

10th.   I Give and bequeath to my son Reuben Gee the
tract of Land, Inow live on, three negroes named Toby (an
old man) Cate and Hogs, ten head of sheep, out of the home
stock, two Beds, and their furniture coopers tools, all the
kitchen furniture, one half of the Fodder & Corn, and all
the plantation utensils of every kind, to him and his heirs
forever, provided my son Reuben or any other person should
raise any account against my estate or me on the account of
the Negroes, that my son Reuben has had in his possession;
working on my plantation, my desire is that the amount of
the be taken out of his Legacy.

11th.    I Lend to my Grand daughter Elizabeth
Andrews, daughter of Drury Andrews, one negroe named
Barbary, one Bed & furniture and one Side Saddle to her
during her life and at her death to go (with the increase of
said Negroe to the heirs of her body if she has any thats
lawfully begotten, and if none my desire that the Negroe,
Barberry with her increase Bed and furniture, and Saddle, be
equally divided between five of my children, Jones, Amey,
Lucas, Neavil and Reuben.

12th.    My will and desire is after my just debts be paid,
the rest of my property that I have not Willed away be equally
divided, divided among my six children, Jones, Amey, George,
Lucas, Neavil & Reuben.  And Lastly I do hereby constitute
and appoint, my sons Jones Gee and Lucas Gee, to be my
Executors to this my last Will and Testament, and my desire
is there be no appraisement, nor Inventory of my Estate.  In
Witness Whereof I Neavil Gee, have hereunto set my hand and
affixed my seal this 19th days of June, one Thousand Eight
hundred & four, Signed Sealed, acknowledged & Delivered by
the said Neavil Gee as his last Will & Testament in presence
of

James Hazlewood                                  his
Alexander Andrews                           Neavil X Gee (Seal)
C. Smith                                         mark

At a Court held for Lunenburg County the 12th day of June
1804

     The within written last Will and Testament of Neavil
Gee dec'd. was exhibited in Court by Lucas Gee, one of the
Executors, therein named and the same was proved, by the
oaths of three of the Witnesses thereto subscribed and
ordered to be Recorded.  And on the motion of the said Lucas
Gee, who having made oath according law, Certificate is
granted him for obtaining probate of the said Will in due
form.  Whereupon he gave Bond with approved Security
according to law.  Reserving liberty to the other Executors
named in the said Will to Join in Probate thereof when he
shall think fit.
                                Teste:    William Taylor, CLC

Recorded: Will Book 6, pages 87A-89

A Copy Teste:

(Signed) W. R. Moore, Clerk
Circuit Court of Lunenburg
County, Virginia

(Signed) by Grace T. Marshall, Deputy Clerk

(Imprint of notary seal)