I give to each of my grandchildren that may be living when my father's estate is settled, as good a copy of the Bible as can be purchased (as above) at a cost of three dollars each.
All the Bibles to be purchased at one and the same time, for cash, on the best terms.
I desire to have ($50) fifty dollars each paid out of the final proceeds of my father's estate to the following named persons, to wit: To Allen Hammond, Esq., of Rockville, Tolland County, Conn., or to George Kellogg, Esq., former agent of the New England Company at that place, for the use and benefit of that company. Also, fifty dollars to Silas Havens, formerly of Lewisburg, Summit County, O., if he can be found; also, fifty dollars to a man of Storck County, O., at Canton, who sued my father in his lifetime, through Judge Humphrey and Mr. Upson of Akron, to be paid by J. R. Brown to the man in person, if he can be found.
His name I cannot remember.
My father made a compromise with the man by tak
J. Roundtree, $1,525, clothing to 7th South Carolina regiment.
R. E. Birch and Wm. Lytle, $1,000, clothing to 13th North Carolina regiment.
Ross Crane, $1,800, clothing to Troop Artillery of Georgia.
J. D. Gibbs, $1,500, clothing to 10th Louisiana regiment.
Henry Hall, $600, clothing to 15th Alabama and 2d Georgia regiment.
R. G. Hickerson, $300, clothing to 1st North Carolina State troops.
A. T. Kendrick, $200, clothing to 2d Georgia and 15th Alabama.
George Kellogg and G. B. Holbrook, $15,000, clothing to Georgia regiments.
J. M. DcArthur, $300, clothing to 3d South Carolina regiment.
Mr. McNeill and J. R. Grady, $2,500, clothing to 5th North Carolina regiment.
Mr. McFadden, $1,200, clothing to 6th South Carolina regiment.
J. P. Taylor, $1,000, clothing to 5th North Carolina regiment.
E. P. Wilson, $175, from ladies to North Carolina troops.
J. M. Worth and W. W. Virdin, $17,000, clothing to 12th North Carolina regimen