Thank you so much for posting the last will and testament of Thomas Willingham. I love reading old wills, and I have found that as no two people are alike, neither are their wills.
Reading Thomas Willingham's will it seems that he was at odds with one daughter as he only gave her one dollar. His three boys received land, bed and furniture, a cow, calf and one chunk of a horse.
His last daughter (maybe Susie) is going to receive bed and furniture, a cow, and half a chunk of horse.
The will goes on to read "and old ?, at her mother's death, and it is my wish if there should be any stock left after my children taking what I have will to them as they become of age . . .
and end of story.
We are left with a mystery.
Thank you so much for letting me read this will. It was very interesting. I tried to google a chunk of a horse, and still do not know what it means.