Everingham Family History Public Record Reprint

WILL of Elizabeth EVERINGHAM of New Jersey
from County of Monmouth at Freehold Book D folios 445 & 446
original copy from Rita Millis of Des Moines, IA - June 2000.

I Elizabeth Everingham of the township of Upper Freehold in the County of Monmouth State of New Jersey being of Sound mind and memory do hereby make and declare this my last will and testament. I hereby constitute and appoint Thomas DuBois of the Township of Freehold in the County and State aforesaid Executors of this my Last Will and Testament.
First I give to my Daughter Lydia Gimson Wife of Jacob Gimson all my Wearing Apparel for her to have as soon as convenient after my decease the Remainder of my Moveable property I order and direct my said Executor to Sell at publick Venue as soon as Convenient after my decease. And I do further authorise empower and direct the said Thomas DuBois after payment of my Just debts and incidental charges by course of Administration to Retain and keep in his own hands during the life of the said Jacob Gimson husband of My daughter all my personal Estate then remaining. And the same to put out at interest and I authorize my said Executors to pay to my said Daughter at such times and such sums as my said Executor Shall judge expediant to pay to my said daughter for her Sole and Separate use and not for the use and benefit of the said Jacob Gimson her husband and if my Said daughter Shall Survive the Said Jacob Gimson then on his decease to pay the Whole of the Said personal Estate to her-to her own use forever, but if she Shall not Survive the Said Jacob Gimson then, to destribute the whole of the said personal Estate the remaining among the children of the Said Lydia Gimson as they arrive to the age of twenty one years to their respective use forever and the legal Representatives of any child Who may have deceased to be entitled to the same share as his or her parent would have been if then living, and further the receipt or receipts in writing of my said daughter to the said Thomas DuBois for any sums of money paid to her by virtue of this Will and testament. Shall be a good and sufficient discharge unto him therefore her (??) not withstanding.

In testimony whereby I have (??) set my hand and seal this eleventh day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five. Signed Sealed published and declared as her last will and testament by the testator in our presence Who at her request and in her presence have hereunto set our hands as Witnesses.
Elizabeth (her mark) Everinham
signed with the "mark"
of Elizabeth Everingham

Elisabeth Cook
Abbey DuBois
Jane H. DuBois

In affidavit of witnesses, it says Abbey DuBois the other subscribing evidence
was present at the same time, and signed his/her name as witness.

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