pounds is to be deducted out of Rachel's share and according to their age,
their share is to be paid.
Lastly: I make and ordain my son John to be my only and sole executor of
this my last Will and Testament ratifying this present and no other, to be my : last Will and Testament: In witness whereof I have - hereunto set my hand
and seal, the day and year first above written.
Signed sealed published declared by the said Testator for and as his last Will & Test.: In the presence of us: Jacob Seifriedt Mich Walter
1 Nov 1773 - Warrant for 30 acres of land in Robeson Township, Berks County
"Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994", digital image, FamilySearch (Online: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2010), [Original source: Berks County Register of Wills, "Estate files, 1752-1915", microfilm 5538045, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1989-1992, 2002-2003), Klingeman, Philip RB 1774 estate file]
"RG-17 Records of the Land Office WARRANT REGISTERS, 1733-1957. [series #17.88]", Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (Online: phmc.pa.gov, 2019), p. 47
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