I William Osbourn of the county of Jefferson and State of Virginia devise give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Mary the plantation or tract of land, I now live on in Jefferson County during her natural life
unto my wife, the following negro slaves to wit: Daniel, Amy, Eliza generally called Lizza Harry, also Joe, David Susan and Jacob children of Elisha also Nancy child of Amy
unto my son David the plantation or tract of land on which I now live with appurtenances after my wife's death also my half of the tract of land in Jefferson County where he now lives, which was purchased by myself and my brohter David in Partnership, from Selser.
I hereby ratify and confirm the division of said land tract as made between my brother and myself by John Davenport one hundred and fifty pounds to be divided into six parts and each part to be paid in the annual payments without interest as follows, to wit,
one part to my daughter Margaret Williamson
one part to my daughter Mary Melvin,
one part to my daughter, Sarah Lafferty,
one part to the children of my deceased daughter Elizabeth Melvin
one part to the five daughters of my deceased daughter Catherine Taylor and
the sixth part to my son David Osbourn, in trust for the sold and separate use of my daughter Ann Buckels,
unto my granddaughter Margaret Osbourn daughter of my son David Osbourn one bed and bedding a case of drawers and a woman's saddle to her and her heirs forever
It is my desire that my son in law John Taylor shall have my negro.
I give and bequeath to the children of my deceased daughter Elizabeth Melvin my negro girl Becky to them and their heirs
all the rest and residue of my estate to be divided into six parts to my daughter Margaret Williamson