Will of Henry Frakes
1. HENRY1 FRAKES He married HANNAH ?.
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Henry Frakes # 1844
Old Kentucky Will # 3784
In the name of God amen I Henry Frakes of Hardin County and State of Kentucky being of weak body but perfect in mind do make this my last will & testament My wish and desire is that after my decease that my dear wife Hanah Frakes to be my executor and after my first debts is paid I do give to my son Alexander Frakes after the decease of his mother But my wish is that my dear wife shall have the ???? of the place to rase the children while she lives and I further bequeath all my moveable property to my my wife Hanah Frakes only my wish desire and wish is for all the garles to have a cow and calf asson as they are of age I now would wish to ??? my soul to God who gave it and my body to the ground from whence it was taken this being on the ninetenth day of October in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and one.
Signed sealed and delivered
In the presents of us:
Michael Morgan Henry Frakes (Seal)
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Book of McKee, p 196 HENRY FRAKES' LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT In the name of God amen, I Henry Frakes of Hardin County and State of Kentucky being weak in body but perfect in mind, do make this my last will and testament, my wish and desire is that after my decease, that my dear wife Hannah Frakes to be my Executor and after my just debts is paid, I do give and bequeath my land whereon I now live to my son, Alexander Frakes, after the decease of his mother, but my wish is that my dear wife shall have the rent of the place to raise the children while she lives, and I further bequeath all my moveable property to my wife Hannah Frakes, only my _____ desire I wish is for all the Garles to have a cow half as soon as they are of age. I now want to wish to resine my soul to God who gave it and my body to the ground from whence it was taken, this being on the nineteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and one. /s/ Henry Frakes (Seal) Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of us. /s/ Michael Hargan/s/ Jacob Enlow/s/ Randal Slack At a County Court begun and held for Hardin County on Monday the 14th day of December 1801, this last will and testament of Henry Frakes deceased was proved by the oaths of Michael Hargan, Jacob Enlow, and Randal Slack, subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Hannah Frakes the Executrix therein named, she having made oath according to law execution of the said will is granted her: she having bond with Jacob Enlow, Michael Hargan and David Morrison her securities in the penalty of $800 conditioned as the law directs. Teste/s/ Ben Helm, Co. Clk Copy Attest: Recorded in Will Book A, page 149 /s/ H. A. Boyd (Seal), Hardin County Clerk