Georgia, Hall County
Dated 4 February 1864
Will of JACOB ROGERS
I give and bequeath to my wife MARY -
all my lands, negroes, stock of every kind, cash notes, during her natural life or widowhood.
At the end of her life or widowhood I make the following dispositions:
To son: William - north half of lot of land No. 80 on east side of Flat Creek.
To daughter: Cynthia Ann - south half of lot of land No. 80 east side of Flat Creek.
To the children of son Georgia I. - south half of lot of land No. 80 on the westside of Flat Creek
being the other half of same lot given to William and Cynthia,
also south half of ot No. 65 and all land contained - No. 61 east side of the old run of Flat Creek.
To the daughter: Mary - $200.00
To son: James T. - all land contained in No. 79 eastside of the old run of Flat Creek.
To daughter Amanda M. that portion of lot No. 80 westside of Flat Creek
to include house, orchard, and north half of Lot No. 65.
At death of wife Mary all my effects not herein disposed of to be sold
and proceeds equally divided among legal heirs.
Executor: son, William. Jacob Rogers
Witt: M. W. Finger Edward Hooper E.W.P. Hooper
pp. 204-206 Probated: 9 January 1865
Iris Thompson Fry