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Boisseaux, John, of Jefferson Township.
Will: 25 Nov 1820.
Probate: 28 Mar 1835.
William C. Keen, a Justice of the Peace, personally appeared at probate court.
Wit: William C. Keen, Rawleigh Day.
Wife -Barbary Boisseaux: all that missuage? and tennaments situated lying and being in the county aforesaid and being a part of the NW quarter S6 T1 R2W as follows, viz -
all of that certain parcel of land of said quarter which lies east of the middle of Plum Creek containing about 33 1/2 acres after deducting 40 acres more or less for which Joseph Hayes has a deed executed by me, John Boisseaux and my wife, Barbary Boisseaux together with all of my freehold estate whatsoever, to hold to her the said Barbary Boisseaux her heirs and assigns forever, and lastly all my personal estate, goods, chattels, rights, credits, monies and effects of which kind and nature soever I give and bequeath to my said beloved wife Barbary Boisseaux.