Person:Jane Richards (3)

Jane Richards
b.1777 Virginia
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Jane Richards
Gender Female
Birth[3] 1777 Virginia
Marriage to Samuel Warner
Death[4] Abt 1852 Montgomery County, Kentucky

Montgomery County, Kentucky Will of Jane Warner wife of Samuel Warner

I Jane Warner of Montgomery County, Kentucky on the 11th day of June 1851 feeling myself weak in body, but having the use of my natural mind and my natural powers and perfect understanding of what I do and with a desire to do what seems to be right do make this my last Will and Testament to have full power and virtue after my decease. In the first place I do bequeath my body to the Earth from which it was taken and my soul to God who gave it. 2nd After all my just and lawful debts are paid of any I do hereby will and bequeath to my son Henry H. Warner all my interest in the tract of land on which we now live and which bought of my son Willis Warner being the balance after selling a portion of the same tract to ????? Hastin all my part and interst of which I do bequeath to H. H. Warner and his heirs after him forever together with two beds and furniture and ????? thus bequeath. I make to the son H. H. Warner because he has a weakly constitutionupon man my youngest child and stands in great need of help. I also will to Wiley Gardner and wife, George Riaden and wife, Sally Warner and Willis Warner one dollar each to be paid by my Executor lastly I appoint my H. H. Warner the Executer of this my Will to execute and attend to all things ???? ???? to this will after my decease. In testamony of which I set my hand and seal on this date above written. In the presents of Thompson E. Faster Joseph P. Wilson

Jane Wilson with an X by her name as her mark.

State of Kentucky Montgomery County August term 1852 A writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Jane Warner was this day produced and proven by the oath of Thompson E. Faster to be the act and deed of said Jane Warner and the said Thompson E. Faster also proved the signature of Joseph P. Wilson another subscribing witness thereto and ordered to be recorded, which is accordingly done. A. J. Stenens Clark

  1. 1850 Montgomery County, Kentucky Federal Census. Line 20 dwelling number 264.
  2. Montgomery County, Kentucky will of Jane Warner produced in open court August 1852. On file at the Montgomery County, Kentucky Courthouse.
  3. 1850 Montgomery County, Kentucky Federal Census. Line 20 dwelling number 264.
  4. 1852 is when her will was admitted in Montgomery County, Kentucky open court showing she was dead.