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I also give and bequeath unto my daughter Sally wife of Jedsediath Scott one hundred dollars to be paid in grain or stock when my youngest son Francis becomes of age. I do also give and bequeath unto my daughter Milifsa Bush one hundred dollars to be paid in stock when Francis shall be twenty three years old and a home in her father's house as long as she shall remain single and when married shall be furnished for housekeeping equal to the other girls a schedule and price of which here follows taken from Clarifsa's via (?) bed ticking for two beds $11, feathers for two beds $29, one bedstead and cord (?) $2, two under beds $2 each, three pair of linen sheets $3.75 a pr, one pair of flannil sheets $2.50, one pair plaid woolen blankets $8, one chintz bed quilt $6, one woolen bed quilt $7, four pair cotton pillow cases $1 a pair, four pillows at $1.25 each, six diaper towels at six shillings each, three diaper table cloths one dollar and thirty one cents each, two Bro(wn?) towels two shillings each, two meal bags $1 each, one bleish ? carthers teapot three shillings, one fancy teapot one dollar, a set and a half of fancy teacups & saucers $1.13, one sugar bowl four shillings, one cream (?) one shilling and six pence, one set of knives and forks ten shillings, one set common table spoons six shillings, three sets of fancy table plates of different sizes $1.29, four baking ? ? each, one deep white plate three shillings, ? two saucer plates ? each, two glafs tumblers one shilling & six pence each, one glafs salt stand one shilling, one pepper stand ?, three different size earthen plates at four, three, and two shillings, one quart earthen pitcher three shillings, one quart mug one shilling, two tin pans for milk three shillings each, two earthen milk pans two shillings each, one tin pail six shillings, one skimmer one shilling, one earthen cream pot two shillings, one fire shovel and pair of tongs $3, one wash bowl two shillings, one dish hittle (?) $1, one porridge pot $1, one spider $1, one iron candlestick $0.19, one cow $15, six kitchen chairs $4, one burcase (?) $16, one cherry table $6, one tea kettle $1, one looking glafs fifteen shillings.
And I also give and bequeath unto my daughter Paulina Bush one hundred dollars to be paid in stock when Francis shall be twenty six years old and a home in her father's house so long as she remains single and when married to be furnished for housekeeping equal to the other girls as above described, and further Millefsa or Pauline or both shall remain single until they are forty years old there shall be dorm for them from my estate the same as if they married.
I so also give and bequeath unto my two sons Horatio Wilson Bush and Francis S. Grande (?) Bush all the rest of my real estate.
I so also bequeath unto Walter Bush my nephew one hundred dollars to be paid in stock & two suits of cloths. If the said Walter continue and be faithful in my service until he is twenty one years old, said legacy to be paid to him at the expiration of his tie of service. And I do also hereby my beloved wife Charlotte Bush and my son Horatio Wilson Bush sole executors of this my last will and testament in witnefs whereof I herit set my hand and seal this fourteenth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine.- Silas Bush (S.S.)
Witnessed by: John Whiting Jr., Rueben Franz (?), Sivi (?) Humphrey
Witnesses appeared before the surrogate court on 3/13/1829 and Silas was deceased at that time.
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