Pike County Court July Session 1876
This day the Last Will of Isaac Moore decendent is fild and roved by the oath of Felix Senters one of the subscribing witness who promis the Signature of Stephen Senters and the signature of Isaac Moor the grantor and that said Isaac moor Signed the Same in the Presence of him and the other subscribing Witness and Acknowledged the Same to be his act and deed whereupon the Same is ordered to Probate and of Record in the proper book.
In the name of God Amen I Isaac Moor being of Sound mind and in proper health and desiring to dispose of my property in a way that ??? differant to what the law directs do make this my Last will and testement. Thence 1st After my death I will that all my just debts be paid.
Thence 2st I will and bequeathto my wife Rebecca Moore Should She Survive me the farm on which I now live with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging thereto with all my personal property money and debts of enesy Kind to have and to hold for and during her natural Life Should She So Long remain my widow but her Subjectment marriage is intended to terment her Right herein devised to her.
Thence 3st I will and bequeath unto my daughter Olley one Survey of Land containing 75 acres Liying in the head of a branch Known by the name of the Wat--nt Cove to have and to hold from all other Rights titles and claims belonging thereunto.
Thence 4st I will and bequeath unto my Son Moses The John W. Belcher Survey and from there down all my Mountain Lands to have and to hold from all other rights titles and claims
Thence 5st - I Will and bequeath unto my Son Solomon my home place provided he Takes good care of his mother her natural Life or her widowhood Then all the Home tract of Land belongs to him at her death or Subseqiment marriage or if he fails So to perform Said Land Shall be rented out for the Support of his mother here natural life or widowhoodThence 6st I will and bequeath onto my Daughter Rebecca one Survey of Land containing 75 acres Lying on Andersons old house branch to have and to hold from all other rights titles and claims belonging thereto
Thence 7st I will and bequeath onto my son Joseph Esaw The tract of Land where my Son William now Lives at his and his wifes death to have and to hold forever all other Rights titles and claims
Thence 8st I will and bequeath onto my Daughter Lurena my mountain Survey joining the tract of Land where my Son William now Lives To have and to hold from all other Rights titles and claims
Thence 9st On the death of marrage of my wife Should She Survive me all the personal property money and debts herein given to her with the Limetations aforesaid Should any remain on hand not disposed of and all my property of enery kind not herein disposed of I will and bequeath Should be Sold and equeally devided among all my childran as it is believed by me this Provision made for those in this will Named makes them equal with those heretofore advanced by me my will Therefore is that as to any Residue of my estate the Equaty shall be mentained by one equal division of it amongust all of them.
Signed Sealed and acknowledged this the 20th day of October 1860
Isaac his X mark Moor Sr
Stephen H Senter
State of Kentucky
County of Pike
I Hibbard Williamson clerk of the Pike County Court do certify that that the foregoing will of Isaac Moor was produced in open court on the 24 day of July 1876 and admitted to probate and ordered of Record whereupon the Same is duly Recorded in my office
Given under my hand this 14 day of September 1876
Attest Hibbard Williamson Clk
Submitted by: Joyce Wallace