WILL of Henry McILVEEN, dated 6 October 1859, Roll 1733, Marion Co. SC wills

 

"I Henry McIlveen, planter of the District of Marion and state of South Carolina being of sound an disposing mind and memory Considering this frail and transitory life very uncertain do therefore hereby make ordain publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament hereby revoking and declaring null and void all wills by me any time heretofore made.... "After all my lawful debts are paid and discharged the residue of my Estate real and personal I give bequeath and dispose of as follows: to mv beloved daughters Marv C. McIlveen and Isabella Rebecca McIlveen I give and bequeath my horse and buggy to their joint use and behalf forever. "It is my will and desire that all my property real and personal be appraised by at least three respectable freeholders and then sold for a division between and amongst my natural heirs...to wit...Marv C. McIlveen, Isabella_R. McIlveen, Susannah, the wife of John D. McNeill. Elizabeth the wife of Duncan McMillen. Sarah Jane Louisa wife of Eli T. Hudson amongst these my beloved daughters and their issue if any of them is surviving and conjointly with these my beloved daughters my Son George McCall McIlveen as also my Beloved Grandchildren the children of mv deceased son Henry James Winter McIlveen the issue of apparent if more than one or only one to represent the parent and receive his or hers or their parents share at the aforesaid Division of my Estate Real and personal....And to faithfully carry out and execute the provisions of this my last wild and testament contained in the foregoing five items thereby nominate appoint and constitute George McCall McIlveen, Duncan McMillan and John D. McNeil Executors to the same."

Witness: Nathan Elmore Signed: Henry McIlveen

Jane Elmore

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