Will of Thomas Sharp - 1771



In the name of God, Amen. I, Thomas Sharp, of Albany, being of sound mind.

I leave to my eldest son, Jacobus, 10, in bar of rights to any claim as Heir at Law. And I acquit and discharge him, for what I have against him for his maintainance and support while he has been in Gaol. I also discharge him from all monies I have disbursed for him, on condition that he rests contented and make no disturbance.

I leave to my two daughters, Anne and Auriantie, the use of my house and lot, and the profits of my negroes, and the income of all the rest of estate; so long as they remain unmarried. After their death or marriage I leave to my daughter Mary, wife of John Monier 1/3.

I make my three daughters, executors, with power to sell.

Dated March 15, 1771. Witnesses, Peter Van Bergen, John Hilton, Thomas Williams.

Proved, October 6, 1773.

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notes

Will dated March 15, 1771. Probated October 6, 1773. Printed in Abstract of Wills, volume 32, p. 145.

Transformed from an online resource by SB.

Probably innholder Thomas Williams, Jr. who grew up with Sharp on Albany's Southside.


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first posted: 6/15/08