Matilda Derrick v. George Mason & Alexander Moore. Will of Marianne Craik

 

I Marianne Craik do acknowledge this to be my last Will and Testament; I give and bequeath to my Grand daughters Ann Moore and Ann Louisa Harrison my woman Mydilla and children to be divided between them. if they are sold they must be sold for a term of years. They must not be sold for life out of the Family. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Tenth day of April 1815.

Marianne Craik (seal)

Witness
William Washington
Maria D. Craik

N. B. I give my desk to Anne Moore and my medical Books to Doctr Washington.

Be it Remembered that on this 20th day of April 1815, before me Alexander Moore Register of Wills for the County of Alexandria in the district of Columbia, came William Washington and Maria D. Craik and proved this last Will and Testament of Marianne Craik decd in due form of Law.

A. Moore
Reg: Wills

District of Columbia sct
I Alexander Moore Register of Wills for the County of Alexandria in the district of Columbia: do hereby certify that the above is a true Copy of Mrs Marianne Craiks will, on[?] record in my office.

In Testimony where of I have hereunto set my hand and office my Seal of Office this 4 Nov. 1822
A. Moore Reg