WILL OF GOV. SAMUEL OGLE, HIS WIFE ANN TASKER OGLE, HENRIETTA MARGARET HILL OGLE, GOV. BENJAMIN OGLE I, ANNA MARIA COOKE OGLE, ROBERT NEILSON

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Last Will  and Testament of

Governor Samuel Ogle, Esq.

In the name of God Amen, I Samuel Ogle, Esq. Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Maryland being of disposing mind and memory, doe make this my last Will and Testament. Imprimis as I am possessed of and entitled to a considerable sum of money in Bank Stock Lot uncertain whether the same amounts to five thousand pounds principal stock or whether the annual interest or dividend payable thereon will amount to two hundred and fifty pounds sterling and as I design that two hundred and fifty pounds sterling should be annually paid to my dear wife Ann Ogle during her life out of my estate. Thereby devise and direct my Executor hereinafter named shall as soon as conveniently may be placed or caused to be placed in Bank Stock such further sum or sums of money out of my personal estate as will be sufficient to make up such deficiency as may be of five thousand pounds principal Bank Stock belonging to me at the time of my death and out of the interest or dividends on the whole stock I direct and will that my Executor shall pay to my said Wife two hundred and fifty pounds sterling during her natural life, but in case such interest or dividends shall not at anytime amount to two hundred and fifty pounds sterling then I order and will that my said Executor shall yearly and every year pay and make up to my said dear Wife such deficiency of the said two hundred and fifty pounds sterling out of the interest arising on the other part of my personal estate.

Item  I give and devise to my said dear Wife all her wearing apparel and lines of what kind soever together with my coach chariot and coach horses and the furniture of my house in the City of Annapolis, as also the use of any six house Negroes as she shall choose and the use of all my plate during her life and these aforesaid several bequests so much more considerable than the provision secured to her by any marriage agreement. I make as an instance of my sincere affection and tenderness for her and in lieu of what she might claim by virtue of the said marriage agreement or otherwise out of my estate.

Item  I give and devise to my dear son Benjamin Ogle and his heirs my house and land in Prince George's County as also all my Negroes shares together with my stock of what kind soever and horses (except the English horses and their breed which I desire may be sold)  and every implement and utensil belonging to or used on my said plantation in the said County at the time of my death.

Item  I give and bequeath twelve hundred pounds sterling to my dear daughter Mary Ogle and also the like sum of twelve hundred pounds sterling to my dear daughter Meliora Ogle.

Item  All the rest and residue of my real and personal estate of what nature of kind whatsoever either in America, Europe or elsewhere after my debts or legacies shall be paid I give devise and bequeath to my said dear son.

Item  My desire is that none of my estate shall continue at the risque of my Executors but that the land and Negroes herein before devised to my son shall be kept and amintained at the expense and risque of my said son and the profits arising therefrom to be discounted for to his use and benefit and also that the other parts of my personal estate not now consisting in money or securities for money and otherwise herein disposed of shall as soon as my be converted into money for the benefit of my estate and uses of this my Will.

Item  My Will and desire is that the legacies herein before bequeathed to my two daughters should be placed out at interest in such a manner as my Executors shall think fit and that they shall be maintained by such interest, but what may be more than sufficient for such maintenance shall be also placed out at interest and paid to each of them together with the principal at their respective ages of eighteen years or days of marriage, but in case either of  them should dye before such age and day of marriage then what is herein bequeathed to her so dying shall be divided and paid to  her surviving sister at her said age or day of marriage and my said son equally if he shall survive at his age of twenty-one years and in case both my said daughters dye before such ages or days of marriage then the whole bequests to them shall be paid to my son at his age aforesaid.  And in case my said son should dye before his age of twenty-one  years then what is herein before bequeathed to my said son shall descent to and rest in my said daughter or daughter surviving him.

Item  I hereby appoint my Executors to be Guardians of my said son and desire that he may be educated in England. Lastly I nominate and appoint Benjamin Tasker, Esq. and Col. Benjamin Tasker to be joint Executors of this my Will and to each of them I give and bequeath one hundred pounds sterling for the trouble and care which they may have in the execution of this my Will and thereby revoke all former and other Wills by me heretofore made. In Witness whereof I have hereto this my last Will and testament contained in two sheets of paper set my hand to the first sheet and my hand and seal to the last sheet this eleventh day of February 1752

                                                Sam Ogle (seal)

Signed, sealed and delivered by the Testator, Samuel Ogle as his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us and by us subscribed as Witnesses in his presence.

Geo. Steuart

Alex. Hamilton

Edm. Jennings

Will of Gov. Samuel Ogle

At the foot of the foregoing Will was this written.

On the 5th day of June 1752 George Steuart, Alexander Hamilton and Edmond Jennings the three subscribing witnesses to the foregoing Will being duly and solemnly sworn in the holy evangels of Almighty God severally depose and say that they saw the Testator, Samuel Ogle, Esq. Sign and seal the said Will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his last Will and Testament that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their judgment and apprehension of sound and disposing mind, and memory and that they subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the said Will in the presence of the Testator and at his request.

                                       Sworn to before me

                                      D. Dulany Comíry

To which Will was annexed the following Codicil viz.

Whereas I Samuel Ogle of the province of Maryland, Eng. By my Testament and Last Will bearing the date eleventh day of February last past and hereunto annexed did devise to my dear Son, Benjamin Ogle, and his heirs my house and land in Prince Georgeís County as also all my negroes and slaves together with my stock of what kind soever and horses (except the English horses and their breed which I desire might be sold) and every implement and utensil belonging to our used on my said plantation in the said County at the time of my death and whereas I am apprehensive the devise my not be so advantageous to my said Son by the directions in the said Will that the said land and negroes should be kept and maintained at his risque as if they should be sold. I therefore by this Codicil which I declare and direct to be taken as part of my said Will revoke and make void the said devise and directions to keep and maintain the said land and negroes at my said Sonís risque and instead thereof I will and devise that the said negroes and horses and stock shall be sold as soon as conveniently my be together with the implements and utensils on the said plantation and the money which shall be raised thereby applied and reckoned as part of the residue of my estate devised to my said Son and I also will and devise that my house and land mentioned in the said devise shall also be sold by my Executors or the survivor of them if they or the survivor of them shall judge it most expedient and advantageous for the benefit of my said Son to sell the same and the money arising by the sale thereof shall be also reckoned as part of my personal estate and together with the other money now belonging to or to be raised by the sale of the other parts of my estate shall be placed out at interest in such manner as my Executors shall think fit for the benefit of my said Son. And Whereas I did by my said Testament and last Will give and bequeath to my dear daughter Mary Ogle twelve hundred pounds sterling and also to my dear daughter Meloria Ogle twelve hundred pounds sterling and whereas I am doubtful whether what I have devised to my Son will be sufficient to maintain and educate him in the manner suitable to my desire and intention. I do heretofore by this Codicil revoke and make Void the said two several bequests and legacies of twelve hundred pounds sterling and in lieu and stead thereof I hereby give and devise and bequeath one thousand pounds sterling to my said daughter Mary Ogle and also one thousand pounds sterling to my said daughter, Meliora Ogle, to be place out at interest applied for their maintenance and education and to paid or survive in the same manner as directed by my said Testament and last Will with regard to the said two legacies of twelve hundred pounds sterling and I direct that the two hundred pounds sterling deducted out of each of the said twelve hundred pounds sterling shall be also part of ye residue of my personal estate for the benefit of my said Son.

In Witness whereof I have hereto this my Codicil as part of my testament and last Will set my hand and seal this fifteenth day of April 1752

                                                    Sam Ogle (seal)

Signed, Sealed Delivered and Declared by the said Samuel Ogle as his Codicil and part of his Testament and last Will in the presence of us and by us subscribed in his presence

Edm. Jennings

Geo. Steuart

Ann Street

On the back of the foregoing Codicil was this written.

On the 5th day of June 1752 Edmond Jennings and George Steuart two of the subscribed witnesses to the within, Codicil being duly and solemnly sworn on the hold Evangels of Almighty God severally depose and say that they saw the Testator Samuel Ogle, Esq. sign and seal the said Codicil and heard him publish and declare the same as part of his Last Will and Testament, that at the time of his so doing he was to the best of their judgement and apprehension of sound and disposing mind and memory and that they and Ann Street the other subscribing witness subscribed their respective names as witnesses to the said Codicil in the presence of the Testator and at his request.                                            

                                 Sworn to before me

                                 D. Dulany Com'ry

On the 10th day of June 1752

Ann Street, etc

                                                   

             Last Will and Testament of

                  Gov. Benjamin Ogle

    I Benjamin Ogle of the City of Annapolis being in perfect health and of sound and disposing mind and memory do make this my Last Will and Testament that is to say I give, devise and bequeath unto my Wife Henry Margaret Ogle all my estate both real and personal and I do hereby revoke  and declare null and void all other will or wills here before made and declare this to be my Last Will and Testament, In witness whereof I the said Benjamin Ogle have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this fourth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine

                                Ben Ogle (seal)

Probated- July 24, 1809

              

Last Will and Testament of

Ann Tasker Ogle

I Ann Ogle of Annapolis do make this my Last Will and Testament

Whereas a considerable alteration in my circumstances since I made a Will  _________ that I should make a new one. I hereby revoke and annul every Will, Testament and Codicil  heretofore by me made and I declare this to by my only Last Will and Testament and I do hereby constitute and appoint my Grandson, Samuel Ridout as the Executor of this my Last Will and Testament and I do give and bequeath unto him all the estate real, personal and mixed which I may die possessed of or be in any manner entitled to for the following uses and purposes viz to sell, dispose of the same or any part thereof as he in his discretion may think proper either real or personal for carrying out this my Will into effect, with all convenient dispatch not however wishing him to sell a part of my real estate at an under value for the purpose of speedily doing his administration. The proceeds of this my said estate I desire may be applied by my said Executor to pay of the legacies and bequests contained here mentioned in this my Will and in the manner herein directed.

I give, devise and bequeath  to my Grandson, Horatio Ridout and his heirs the sum of one thousand pounds current money.

I give, devise and bequeath to Meliora Ogle Ridout my Great Granddaughter and her heirs the sum of seventeen hundred pounds current money also all my wearing apparel, watch, and all the other jewels I may be possessed of.

I give, devise and bequeath to my Granddaughter, Harriet Buchanan and her heirs, the sum of eight hundred pounds current money, also the china closet with glasses, ______table that___in my drawing room.

I further give and bequeath to my said Grandson, Samuel Ridout my Executor, my silver coffee pot, cream pot, tea chest, soup spoon twenty spoons, punch ladle, Silver ink stand, this being the plate which I have ______________. I further give and bequeath to my said Executor, the sum of two thousand pounds current money in trust that he shall quarterly pay the trust thereof to my Granddaughter Anne Ogle Gibson during her life have in a late settlement of a debt due to me from my son given to my Grandson Benjamin Ogle a considerable part  of the said debt I consider that donation as ______lent to a legacy and therefore bequeath him nothing.

I give to my Granddaughter Anne Tayloe one of the one of the bonds for L1000 pafused  to me on the 30 Dec 1809 by her Mother Henry M. Ogle and I give another bond pafused by Henry M. Ogle of L1000 to my Grandson  ______Ogle in trust to pay the interest thereof annually to my Granddaughter Mary Bevans during her life and after her decease to divide the principal sum between her Daughters. And after all my debts of legacies above mentioned are paid, I give and bequeath to my said Grandson Samuel Ridout my said Executor and to his heirs forever all the _____of my Estate both real, personal of mixed in Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this nineteenth Day of January 1810

Signed, Sealed and ______ by the Testator as her Last Will & Testament on the day and year above mentioned  in the presence of who at her request of their presence  and in the presence of each other hereto subscribe over names as heretofore.

______Cleth                                Anne Ogle (seal)

Bethel Rudd

Rebecca Fowler

Signed, Sealed and acknowledged  by the Testator her Last Will and Testament _________________ of May in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and fourteen in the presence of us who at her request and her presence and in the presence of each other hereto subscribe our names as Witnesses.

Henry Maynadier                              Anne Ogle (seal)

Elizabeth Reid

Eliza Maynadier

Whereas I have given one thousand pounds to my Grandson Samuel Ridout in trust that he shall pay the interest thereof quarterly to Anne Ogle Gibson during her life and now by this Codicil to my Will I give the said Thousand pounds after the death of the said Anne Ogle Gibson to my Great Granddaughter Harriet Ridout

                                          Anne Ogle, December 13, 1815

Last Will and Testament of Henrietta Margaret Hill Ogle

Know all Men by these Present that I Henry Margaret Ogle of the City of Annapolis in the State of Maryland am held and firmly bound to Anne Ogle of the City of Annapolis in the ________ just sum of Five Thousand Pounds Sterling money to be paid to the said Anne Ogle or to her certain Attorney, Executor, Administrators or aforsigns to which payment would and truly to be made I bind myself, my Executors,  and Administrators firmly by these present sealed with my Seal and dated this the thirteenth  day of December in the year of our Lord Eighteen Hundred and Nine.  Whereas Benjamin Ogle late of the City of Annapolis decease, late husband of Henry Margaret Ogle the aforesaid obligor in this Bond and  son to the aforesaid Anne Ogle did on the twenty third day of April in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Two, for ____valuable consideration execute a Bond to the said Anne Ogle in the penalty of Ten Thousand Pounds Sterling money on the condition that he the said Benjamin Ogle should pay to the said Anne Ogle half yearly and every half year for and during the natural life of the same Anne Ogle, the half yearly sum of One Hundred and Twenty Five Pounds Sterling on the Twenty eighth day of April and Twenty Eighth day of October in each year, making in the whole the annual sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds Sterling. And Whereas the aforesaid Anne Ogle hath consented and agreed  that her said annuity of Two Hundred and fifty Pounds Sterling shall hence forth be paid in the following manner. The said Benjamin Ogle the within Obligor, shall annually pay to her the said Anne Ogle one other sum of One Hundred and Twenty five Pounds Sterling Money in half yearly payments commencing from the Twenty Eighth day of April last.

Now the Condition of the above obligations is such that the above bound Henry Margaret Ogle, her heirs, Executor or Administrators  do and shall half  yearly and ____half year for and during the natural life of the aforesaid Anne Ogle will and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Anne Ogle or her certain Attorney or Aforsigns the half yearly sum of Sixty Two Pounds Ten Shillings Sterling Money in two half yearly payments commencing from the Twenty Eighth  day of April last. Then the above obligation to be void otherwise of _____force and virtue in Law. 

                              Henry Margaret  Ogle (seal)                   

 Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of

  Arthur Shaaff   

 

                                               

Last Will and Testament of Ann Maria Ogle

In the Name of God Amen. I Ann Maria Ogle, Widow of Benjamin Ogle, late of Prince George's County, Maryland, being sick and weak in body but of Sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding; considering the certainty of death, and the uncertainty of the time thereof  and being desirous to settle my worldly affairs and thoroughly be better prepared  to leave this world, when it shall please god to call me hence, do therefore make and publish this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say:

First and principally, I commit my Soul into the hands of Almighty God, and my body to the Earth, to be discretely buried  at the discretion of my Executors herein after named and when my funeral charges and debts (if I should leave any) and paid, I devise and bequeath as follows:

Item.  I give, devise and bequeath unto my Daughter, Rosalie Caroline Ogle, all the lands in Green County Pennsylvania, which were bequeathed to me by my late brother, Francis Cooke, or money or securities arising from sale of said lands to her the said Rosalie Caroline Ogle, her heirs and assigns forever in fee simple.

Item.  I give, and bequeath to my Son, William C. Ogle, my two Large Silver Candlesticks with brunches, and also the "Peasant Boy" a painting formerly belonging to his Grand Father, William Cooke.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Son, George C. Ogle, all the Family Pictures at "Bel Air", the residence of my late husband, together with the Four Paintings of the Seasons and also a pair of my Large Silver Candle Sticks.

Item.  I give and bequeath  to my Son, Richard L. Ogle, my remaining two Large Silver Candle Sticks and also my Large Sofa.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Daughter Rosaline Caroline Ogle, the choice of all my Furniture at Bel Air, not having otherwise disposed of, to make her Bedroom complete, the same to be selected by herself without any let of hindrance  whatsoever according to her own taste and pleasure; I also give to my said Daughter, Rosalie Caroline, my Silver Bread Basket, Silver Cream Bucket and Chamber Candle Stick of Silver.

Item.  I also, give and bequeath to my said Daughter, Rosalie Caroline Ogle, My Negro Girl by the name of Lender, the Daughter of Negro Woman Ann; and if I have any right in Law to the children of Negro woman Isabel, I give and bequeath them also to my said Daughter Rosalie Caroline; as well such children as may now by living as such other as my hereafter be born of said woman Isabel, during my life; I also give to m said Daughter my Carriage and ________

The remainder of my Silver Plate, not herein before disposed of I want to be divided in the following manner:

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Daughter Elizabeth Woodville, my silver Castors and Silver Table _____

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Daughter, Anne Neilson, my tow Silver Waiters and my Silver Sugar dish, Cream bucket and Cream Ladle, which are marked with my name.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Daughter Sophia Marbury, my Silver Coffee Pot and other Cream Ladle, also one ____ large table and one ______dessert spoons.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Daughter, Mary Tayloe, My Silver Water Urn.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Daughter, Susan Hodges, my Silver Tea Pot and Stand, Slop Bows and Six Salt _____

Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter, Louisa Beale, my Silver Punch Cup, Ladle and Punch Strainer.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Daughter, Ellen Mullikin, my Silver Chocolate Pot, Soup Ladle and all my Tea Spoons and Sugar Tongs.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Grand Children, the child of my Daughter, Harriet Tayloe, as a token of my love and remembrance. One dozen Forks one dozen large spoons and one dozen Desert spoon, to be equally divided between them.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Grand Daughter, Ellen Mullikin my small Silver Waiter and Butter knife.

Item.  I give and bequeath to my Daughters, Sophia Marbury, Susan Hodges, Louisa Beale and Ellen Mullikin, all my house ___china and _____ with all my other Household furniture not otherwise disposed of, to be divided equally between them by lot, according to value.

Item.  I give and bequeath and resign, unto my tow Sons, George C. Ogle and Richard L. Ogle, all the commissions of percentage which may at any time be allowed to me, by the Orphans Court of Prince Georges County, as the Executrix of my Late Husband and I do also, give, bequeath and confirm unto them, all such articles of Plate, or of whatsoever character, as I may hereunto have given and delivered to them or _____of them during my Life.

Item.  I devise and bequeath, all the rest and residue of my Estate, whether real or personal to be equally divided amount my Daughter who are living at the time of my death.

AND Lastly, I do hereby constitute and appoint my Two Sons, George C. Ogle and Richard L. Ogle, joint Executors of this my Last Will and Testament, revoking and annulling all former Wills by me heretofore made, ratifying  and confirming this and none other, to be my Lat Will and Testament.

In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this Seventh day of April in the year Eighteen Hundred and Fifty Five.

                                      A. M Ogle (seal)

Signed, Sealed Published and Declared by Ann Maria Ogle, the above named Testatrix, as and for her Last Will and Testament in the presence of us, who at her request, in her presence, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto.

R_________

This Document Graciously Sent to Me by Pattie Causey of Marietta, Georgia

Last Will and  Testament of  Robert Neilson

This is the Last Will and Testament of me, Robert Neilson of the City of Baltimore and State of Maryland.

    I do hereby give, devise and bequeath unto my dear Wife, Anne Ogle Neilson, here heirs and afsigns all my property and estate of whatsoever description real, personal or mixed and I do hereby constitute  and appoint her my said Wife to be sole Executrix of this my Will, revoking and annulling all former Wills by me heretofore made.

    In Testimony whereof, I have hereto set my hand and affixed my Seal on this Sixth day of May in the year of our Lord Eighteen Hundred and Fifty

                                                      Rob. Neilson (seal)

Signed, Sealed published and declared by Robert Neilson the above named Testator as and for his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us, who at his request in his presence, and in the presence of each other have Subscribed our names as witnesses hereto.

Albert B. Neilson

I. Crawford Neilson

Jas. N. Fulton

Last Will and Testament of the Honorable Benjamin Tasker Sr.

I Give, Devise & Bequeath unto my dear Wife and to her heirs and assigns forever my dwelling house and the Lots thereto adjoining and all other my Personal Estate whatever except what I shall hereinafter dispose of, who I also appoint Executor of this my Last Will and Testament and I do hereby empower my dear Wife to sell, dispose of and convey all my other Lands and all my Negroes as soon as it can conveniently become to the best advantage the proceeds of  which is to be a part of my personal Estate and to be equally divided when sold between my said dear Wife and her children.

I Give, Devise & Bequeath unto my Daughter, Ann Ogle, Two Thousand Five Hundred Pounds Sterling.

I, Give, Devise & Bequeath unto my Daughter, Elizabeth Lowndes, Wife of Mr. Christopher Lowndes, Two Thousand Five Hundred Pounds Sterling during her life only and after her decease to her present children then living to be equally divided between them under this express provision. Nevertheless, that my said Executor shall not be compelled to pay unto the Hands of the said Mr. Christopher Lowndes anything herein bequeathed unto my said Daughter, Elizabeth but that the same shall remain and continue in the hands of my said Executrix her Executors or such person or persons as she shall appoint during the life of said Mr. Christopher Lowndes and that during his life the profits thereof shall be paid to the said Elizabeth and that any receipts or writings~ Witnessing the payments of such profits to the said Elizabeth and signed by her tho covert shall be sufficient discharge to my aforesaid Executrix or person or persons by her appointed as aforesaid .

I also Give & Bequeath unto my Daughter Frances Carter, Wife of Robert Carter Esquire of Virginia, Two Thousand Five Hundred Pounds Sterling.

Whereas the Late Governor Ogle left me one of his Executors and each of his Daughters a Thousand Pounds Sterling which sum I have accounted  for and have paid his Eldest Daughter. Now my wish and desire is that his Youngest Daughter shall be likewise paid what shall appear to be due unto her as by my Book of Accounts marked S. O. folio 40 together with the interest hereafter to be due thereon.

I , Give & Bequeath unto my four Grandsons which are my Godsons, Benjamin Ogle, son of the late Governor Ogle, Daniel Dulany, son of Daniel Dulany Esquire, Benjamin Lowndes, son of Mr. Christopher Lowndes and Benjamin Carter, son of Robert Carter, Esquire of Virginia to each and everyone of them One Thousand Pounds Sterling to be paid by my Executrix as they shall arrive at the age of Twenty One Years or in lieu of the above sum of One Thousand Pounds Sterling

I, Give to said Daniel Dulany and to his heirs forever all my lands on Hunting Ridge and Three Hundred Pounds Sterling at his choice.

I, Give, Devise & Bequeath  unto my Daughter, Ann Ogle Mr. Christopher Lowndes and to Robert Carter, Esquire of Virginia, One Thousand Pounds Sterling. Capital Stock now in the Bank of England to and for the use of Benjamin Benson which sum I desire my Executrix or her Executors my transfer to the said Mrs. Ogle, Mr. Lowndes and Mr. Carter in trust for the said Benjamin Benson and which is to be by them or the Survivor of them or their Executors paid to him the said Benjamin Benson at the age of Twenty One years and in the mean time the interest of this sum is to be paid for his education at some publick school in Great Britain but, if he should die before he arrives at the age of Twenty One years then the above sum is to be a part of my personal Estate.

Whereas my Dear Son, Benjamin Tasker deceased did by this Will give and devise to me all his Lands and Real Estate to be by me sold and disposed and the moneys or the produce thence arising to be by me applied in the manner therein directed upon and for the uses Trust & Confidence mentioned in his Will. I do therefore hereby Will, Devise & Bequeath to my Daughter Mrs. Anne  Ogle, Mr. Christopher Lowndes and Mr. Robert Carter ~ and the survivor of them and the heirs of such survivor all the Estate real and  personal devised and bequeathed to me in and by the Testament & Last Will of my said dear Son in Trust to and for the uses and purposed mentioned in the same Will and I do hereby nominate and authorize3 the said Anne Ogle, Christopher Lowndes and Robert Carter or any two of them the survivors of them and the Executrix  or Executors, Administrator or Administrators of such survivors or such person as such survivors shall appoint to execute and perform all and every act matter and thing that I my self could or ought to do under or by virtue of the said Will.

Whereas two tracts of Land belonging to the Late Governor Ogle lying in Frederick County the one called  Vineyard  the other called Will containing One Hundred Acres were patented to Mr. William Stewart by him conveyed to me. Now I do hereby Devise the said two tracts or the value they are sold for and the interest thereon to Benjamin Ogle, Heir at Law to the said Governor Ogle and to his heirs forever

In Testimony that this is my Last Will & Testament, Revoking  all others, I have here unto set my hand and seal to this the 15 Day of February 1766

                                        Benj. Tasker (seal )     

Whereas the Late Governor Ogle by his Last Will & Testament appointed me and my Son his Executors with his desires of paying his Widow, Mrs. Anne Ogle Two Hundred & Fifty Pounds Sterling a year out of his money then due to him in Bank Stokes and whereas by the death of my Dear Son and by remittances by me and other means that Bank Stock amounting to about Eight Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty Pounds Sterling stands in my name. Now I hereby declare that the sum is a part of said Mr. Ogles Estate and that no part or parcel thereof belongs to me or to my heirs, But is the property of said Mr. Ogles heir and thereby desire and request my Executrix to transfer it accordingly Witnessed by my Hand & Seal

                                          Benj. Tasker (seal) 

 

Last Will and Testament of

Henry Augustine Tayloe

Known By All Men By These Presents: That I, Henry Augustine Tayloe of Mt. Airy, Richmond County, Virginia, being of sound mind and memory, do make and publish this my Last Will & Testament.

I Give & Bequeath to my son Wm. H. Tayloe my home, Mt. Airy, the house and contents with surrounding land known as Landsdown, Mill Farm, & Clear View, & one third of all live stock, implements & machinery.

I Give & Bequeath to my son, H. G. Tayloe the farm known as Drs. Hall and one third of all live stock, implements & machinery.

I Give & Bequeath to my son, Edward B. Tayloe the farm known as Old House and one third of the live stock, implements and machinery, to be held in trust for him by Executors. Should either or any of my Sons not marry, their property inherited from me shall descent to the remaining son or sons.

 I Give & Bequeath to my Daughters my farm known as The Fork, lying between Robert Carter Wellford's land and the main road from Warsaw to Tappahannock Ferry. My son William H. Tayloe shall provide his unmarried sisters with a home at Mt. Airy.

I Ordain & Appoint my Son William H. Tayloe, Beverley T. Crump and Key Compton, Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. In testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal in the presence of witnesses name below this 27th day of November, 1907.

H. A. Tayloe (seal)

J. C. Short

J. W. Chinn, Jr.