Posted by Gordon C. Nagle Sr on Thu, 26 Aug 1999
Micah F.Randolph, town of Bolivar, died leaving the following will. All debts to be paid from monies which executors shall have. Furniture not to be sold but remain property of wife Anne. Appraisal to be made of personnal estate and household furniture. If money insufficient to be made of personal estate and funeral expenses enough real estate may be disposed of to cover. When wife dies, furniture to go to unmarried daughters share and share alike. To daughters Sally, Anne, Eliza, Rachel, and Nancy, and son Jonathan rest of personal estate. To wife Anne 1/3 part of real estate. Sons Albert F. Randolph and John P. Randolph as much as circumstances allow. To them parental love and esteem which I feel toward my children equally. Appoint Albert F. Randolph and much redeemed (sic) Rev. Walter B. Gillett executors. If Albert cannot serve, then Perry Cole to act in his place, and if Rev. Gillett cannot serve, Samuel B. Ayers to act in his stead. Signed Micah F. Randolph, L.S. 4 July 1837. Witnesses: Warren Wellman, Calvin Messenger, Hervy C. Foster. Recorded 30 October 1837.