Will of George Soule of Dartmouth, dated 25 March 1697, proved 30 June 1704.
Sons: William (eldest), John and Nathan.
Daughters: Deborah Soule, Mary, Lidiah & Sarah Soule (all under 18).
Overseers: Friends Joseph Tripp and George Cadman of Dartmouth.
Witnesses: Isaac Lawton, John Coggeshall & Elizabeth Coggeshall.
On 22 Mar 1704 Deborah Soule, widow of George, deceased, deposed that she was not capable of coming to court & that she did not accept what was given to her in her husband's will, but desired to have her thirds as by law [2:93].