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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
Volume 2, Page 517   View pdf image
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Assembly Proceedings, May — June 1676. 517

Natureall life of the Honble Caecilius Calvert Esqr your Lord-
shipps Sonne and heyre and noe longer And that in Case the
said Csecilius Calvert Esqr shall happen to survive your Lord-
shipp Then from and after your Lordshipps decease the said
duty and Imposicon of two shillings p hoggshead shall be
Leavyed raysed Collected & paid to the said Caecilius Calvert
Esqr for and dureing the tearme of his Natureall life as afore-

W H & L

said in such manner & under such paynes penaltyes & forfei-
tures as by the said Recited Act is Lymitted & appointed to
be paid to your Lordshipp as aforesaid.
Provided alwayes Neverthelesse that all & every the Severall
Provisoes in the said severall Acts Contained doe and shall
dureing the Continuance of this Act stand in full force and
vertue and be inseparably Annexed hereunto.

p. 97

To the Right Honble the Lord Proprietary & the two houses

of Assembly

The humble Peticon of Phillip Calvert Your Lordshipps Iudge

in Testamentory causes & John Iordain the two overseers of

the last will of Leiv.t Coll. John Jarboe late deceased.


That the said John Jarboe in the yeare of our Lord one
thousand six hundred Seventy one being Sick made his Testa-
ment in writeing by which he Divided his Lands amongst all
his Children then borne That Recovering of that Sicknesse he
lived till he had another Sonne & daughter borne And in the
yeare of our Lord 1674 falling sick againe the said John Jour-
dain That uppon thursday morning the fourth of March 1674
he came to the house of Leivt Collonell Iohn Iarboe and finding
him sick the said Iohn Iourdain aduised the said larboe to
Settle his affaires that his wife and Children might not after
his death be putt to trouble Whereuppon the said larboe
desired the said lourdain to send for Mr Edward Clarke to come
to him on fryday Morning following to make his will and Said
he did intend to alter his will made some yeares before because
he had some Children borne Since the makeing the said will
and that in Regard his daughter had some land to be made
good to her by Marke Cordea and Walter Hall gentlemen he
was Resolued to haue his owne land now divided between his
three Sonnes Vizt to Iohn Iarboe the Seate of Land where he
then lived with one Negro together with his Right to one hun-
dred & fifty Acres of the mill land where William Medely lived
and the millstones Exchanged with the Said William for the
one hundred & fifty acres where the said William now lives as
alsoe one Equall share with his Brothers Sister and mother of


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