Will of Elizabeth Lansing - 1780

In the name of God, Amen. I, Elizabeth Lansing, late of the City of Albany, in the State of New York, widow, being weak in body, this twenty-sixth day of September 1780.

After all my just debts and funeral expenses to be paid by my executrix, I leave to my well beloved son Garret 10 shillings out of my personal estate wherewith I bar him from further claim as being my eldest son and heir- at- law.

Unto my beloved daughter Annantia, all my real estate. Unto my two daughters, Annantia and Helenah, all my personal estate in equal shares.

I make my daughter, Annantia Lansing, executrix.

Witnesses Evert W. Swart, Cornelius Cooper, both of Rumbouts Prect., yeomen, and Nathaniel Sackett.

Proved April 15, 1783.


Will dated September 6, 1780. Probated April 15, 1783. Printed in Calendar of Wills, #1072 and Abstracts of Wills volume 36, pp.98-99.

Transformed from an online printing by JP

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