The will of William Angell was dated Oct. 20, 1659 and recorded Oct. 30, 1659:
"In the name of God amen I Will Angell being sick and weakin body but having my perfect memory thanks be to God do make this my last will and testament. I give and bequeath my soul unto God and my body unto the ground from whence it came. Thus it is my will and desire that my son Uria Angell should administre upon my estate and what earthy goods I have, I give unto my son Uriah Angell my two daughters Margaret Angell and Alice Angell and what cattle or hogs or any other goods I do leave them. Thus my desire that they shall not be divided until my two daughters come of age and it is my desire that my son Uria Angell shall have my two hundred acres of land to himself, and his two sisters shall have no part of it. Thus it is my desire that Alexander Nash should be paid one third of jobs which I do owe unto him. Thus it is my desire that L. Johnson should be paid two ?? of canvas........ I have hereuntoset my hand and see this 20th day of Oct, 1659. Will Angell"
Margaret Angell Garton (1645 - 1702)*
Uriah Angell (1653 - 1716)*
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Jul 02, 2011
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