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be given to each of my above named surviving children that is one ninth part. Lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my sons, John Milling and Robert Milling, my sons-in-law, Richard Nason, and David R. Evans, executors of this my last will and testament. Signed, sealed, published ) In witness whereof pronounced and declared by the ) I have hereto set my hand testator, as and for his last ) and seal this 3rd day of will and testament in presence of us. ) September, in the year James Phillips ) of our Lord one thousand Jos. Crawford, ) eight hundred and thirty- Thos. E. McDowell ) three. Hugh Milling (L.S.) SOUTH CAROLINA FAIRFIELD DISTRICT Before me, John R. Buchanan, Ordinary for the Fairfield District, District aforesaid, on the twenty-ninth day of May, A. D. 1837, personally appeared Thos. H. McDowell,who being duly sworn make oath that he saw Hugh Milling within named sign, seal, and deliver the within instrument of writing as and for his last will and testament, that the deceased was then of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding, to the best of this deponent's memory and understanding, to the best of this deponent's memory, and belief and that James Phillips and James Crawford together with this deponent, did in the presence of the testator and in the presence of each other subscribe their names as witnesses to the due execution thereof. xxxxxxxxx Thomas H. McDowell. John H. Buchanan, Ordinary, On the ninth day of June A.D. 1837, John Milling and Richard Nason, duly qualified Executors. John R. Buchanan, Ordinary
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