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Will of James THOMPSON (1770-1840) of Cadiz, Trigg Co., KY
Source:  Trigg County, KY, Will Book B, pp. 322-323.
In the name of God, Amen, I, James Thompson of Cadiz, Ky. do make and ordain this as and for my last Will and Testament.  That is to say, I give and bequeath unto my wife Sarah Thompson all of my Estate, Real and Personal, to be held and enjoyed by her during her natural life.  And at the death of my Said wife, I will and bequeath unto my two Daughters Adaline Landes and Sarah B. Rothrock the proceeds arising from the tavern house and lots in Cadiz sold by me to Robert Baker which Lots my executor herein after will convey unto him on the pay out of the purchased money.  I also will unto my said Daughter Sarah B. Rothrock one Saddle Horse.  I also will unto my Son Cyrus Thompson the House and Lot upon which I now live.  I will and desire that all of my Other Property, Real and Personal, be sold at the death of my wife and the proceeds thereof divided amongst my following children, that is to say the first One Hundred Dollars to my Son John C. Thompson and the balance equally between my Sons Thomas S. Thompson, John C. Thompson, Wm. C. Thompson, James E. Thompson, Moses Thompson, and Hiram Thompson.  I nominate and appoint Robert Baker Executor of this my last Will and Testament.  In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Let my Hand and Seal this 3rd day of June 1840.
James Thompson
Jo McAllister
W.H. McAllister
I, James E. Thompson, Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do Certify that the forgoing last will and Testament of James Thompson, decd. [unreadable] this day proceeded unto our said Trigg County Court and proven in Open Court according to law, by the several Oaths of Jo McAllister and W.H. McAllister, two of the Subscribing witnesses thereto.  And the Same was ordered to be recorded.  Whereupon Said last Will and Testament together with the foregoing Certificate hath been duly admitted to record in my office--
Given under my hand this 10th day of November 1840.

J.E. Thompson C.T.C.C.

James E. Thompson, Clerk of the Trigg County Court, was son of the testator.
Family Group Sheet of James THOMPSON & Sarah STEELE
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