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Note: 1.Title: WILL: John JOHNSON - Goochland Co, VA, 30 Jul 1750
Publication: Goochland Co, VA, Deed Bk 6 (1749-1755), pp. 121-122
In the name of God Amen. I John Johnson of the County of Goochland calling to mind that all Flesh must Die, & at present being much afflicted with sickness tho' of perfect Sence & memory, do make & ordain this my Last Will & testament, that is to say
Imprimus, I give & bequeath my Soul into the Hand of God that gave it, & my Body to the dust to be decently buried at the Discretion of my Executors and as for the Worldly Goods I am possesed with in this World I give & dispose of as Followeth.
Imprimis, I give & bequeath unto my Son Danl. Johnson four hundred acres of Land whereon he liveth, to him my said son Daniel, to him & his Heirs forever.
Imprimis, I give & bequeath unto my Son John Johnson, four hundred acres of Land joyning on Daniel's line, being the first Survey I took up on the Branches of the byrd Creek to him my said son John, to him & his Heirs forever.
Imprimis, I give & bequeath unto my son Joseph Johnson two hundred acres of Land being part of the Survey whereon I now live, lying on both sides the Mill Creek of the South end of the Tract, to him my said son Joseph, & his Heirs Forever.
Imprimis, I give & bequeath unto my Son James Johnson two hundred acres & Plantation whereon I now live, to him my said Son James & his Heirs forever.
Imprimis, I give & bequeath unto my Brother Isaac Johnson fifty acres of Land part of my Father's first tract being left out of his Will when made to him the said Isaac, & his Heirs forever.
Imprimis, I give and bequeath unto Stephen Benja Johnson fifty Acres of Land laid of and being part of the Land above Mentioned. I give to my Brother Isaac Johnson the said fifty Acres of Land. I give to ye sd St Benja Johnson to him and his Heirs forever. Item, and for ye rest of my estate be it of what kind or quallity soever I leave it to the disposiall of my bloved Wife Mary Johnson who [?] with my son Daniel Johnson I apoint my Executors of this my Last Will & Testament utterly making Voy'd all former Wills & Testaments by me made. As Witnefs my hand & Seal this the 30th Day of July 1750.
John J. Johnson Sen.
Joseph Peace, Benj Watkins, James Johnson
At a Court held for Goochland County Febry 19, 1750 Joseph Peace & James Johnson prov'd this Writing to be the Last Will & Testament of John Johnson Sen. dec'd also Benja Watkins a Quaker Solemnly Affirm'd the same to be the said last Will & Testament of John Johnson Sen. dec'd which was thereupon admitted to Record. 2.Title: GOOCHLAND, YESTERDAY AND TODAY: A PICTORAL HISTORY
Author: Cece Bullard, The Goochland County Historical Society, 1994
Publication: The Donning Company Publishers, Virginia Beach, VA
Note: "John Johnson settled his family in Goochland with the purchase of 400 acres on the branches of Deep Creek for forty shillings in 1732." 3.Title: SOME SOUTHERN COLONIAL FAMILIES
Author: David A. Avant, Jr.
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