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Will of Virginia G. Tabb Moody Bohannon

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Date: 18 Jun 1898 [unknown]
Location: Chesterfield County, Virginiamap
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I, Virginia G Moody sometimes called Virginia G Bohannon of the County of Chesterfield Virginia being of sound mind and deposing memory do hereby make publick and ordain this to be my true last will and testament, hereby and herein expressly revoking any and all other wills and codicils or other papers in the nature of a will or will by me at any time heretofore made.
Item 1st. as soon after my death is possible I desire all of my just debts and funeral expensive to be fully paid.
Item 2nd. after the payment of the debts in the first item hereof, I hearby will devise and bequeath all the rent and residue of my estate, (Unreadable) and mixed in absolute fee simple to my two children to wit: Bessie E Moody and Alexander W. Bohannon in equal shares and shares alike:
In order that my said children may receive the benefits of whatever estate I may die seized I hearby authorize, empower and direct my said executor here in after mentioned and appointed to sell encumber or otherwise dispose of any real estate of which I may die seized and divide the proceeds of such sale equally between said Bessie E Moody and Alexander W Bohannon.
Item 3. I hear by nominate and appoint Philip V Cogbill Esq. as my executor of this my last will and testament, and I hereby request the County Court to permit him to qualify as such without security:
In witness whereof, I have here to set my hand and seal this the 18th day of June in the year 1898
V. G. Moody
sometimes called Bohannon
In Chesterfield County Court, August 8, 1898. The last will and testament of Virginia G Bohannon decd was presented in Court, and proven by the oath of (Unreadable) and the other subscribing witness (Unreadable) being (Unreadable) was proven to the Court that the said (Unreadable) that himself in the said (Unreadable ) were present together and in the presence of the Executrix and that she signed the said will in their presence and that they attested to the same at the request of the Testator, they all being present together, therefore it is ordered that the said will be recorded as the true last will and testament of the said Virginia G. Bohannon
Marcus A. Cogbill


  • Chesterfield County Will Book 29, 1893-1902, pp. 266-267 (Chesterfield County microfilm reel 333), Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

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