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I John Doane Aged Seventy and one years or thereabout In consideration of my many Inflrmaties that Do Daily atend me and may in a moment Close up my Life : I Do therefore think it meet to make this my Last Will and Testament : And first I give my sole to God that Gave it mee and my body to a Decent buryal in the Earth from whence it was Taken : And for my outward Estate I Do Dispose of it to those that God hath Given me in the bonds of nature : And it being of Little value in your Journey Heavenward I Do in the fear of God Exhort you all to Labouer after and Indeavor to Gett an Interest in our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ without which you will be of all creatures the most miserable therefore it is my hearts Desire and prayer for every one of you that you may be earnest Implorers att the throne of God's Grace that the God of all Grace may Season every one of your hearts with all the Grace of his holy Spirit that accompany Salvation, that so you may Every sole of you and all yours may have an Interest in our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ the mediator of the new Covenant and be Clothed with his white Robe of Righteousness, that so you may be sure of an Interest amongst the Saints in Light which will be a full Suply to all your wants. To iron pots Tramils andirons and iron household things 14-08-00 It. To hogsfat and Talow and a suit of curtains 01-12-00 It. Joseph Doane J Children, from Eastham records : i John, 3 b.
I make my son J°hn Doane whole and sole Executor and to my sd son John Doane I Give all that my my upland abt Little Billingsgate on that neck on the Easterly side of the Great Island with all the meadow and all the Sedge meadow that Lyeth Round about the sd neck of upland which was mine as appears by the Town Recorde : And four acres of meadow that Lyeth on the Southerly side of the hering River : and a booke called the English Phesican : I Give to my son Isaac Doane all that my upland and meadow that Lyeth between the brook called Indian brook and the marsh called the DESCENDANTS OF DEA. 23 Silver Spring marsh, and three acres of meadow att a place comonly called Logey Bay : And all that upland and meadow that was formerly granted to my Honour* 5 Father Doane att a place comonly called potamomacut ; by the Honre d Court att Plymouth which Land and meadow my Hon rd Father Doane Gave to me In his last will and Testament. To old Cbears and Table horstackling and hive of bees 01-16-00 It. To a house and Land att Hull supposed to belong to the Estate & not prised, And one piece of Land att Nauset hill so called, onely belonging to y e Estate for some years yet to come.
I give to my above son John Doane my fowling piece it hath three Letters Stamped on the barrel IAD and my Rapier and bealt and make him my whole and sole executor to this my Xast will and Testiment that after my Decease that the Debts and Leageses may be paid out of my Estate, and the Rest of my Estate to be Eaquely Divided to my four sons and three Daughters. To 2 oxen 2 shears 5 young cattle more 16-12-00 half a bull 01-00-00 It.
Eastham In the County of Barnstable In the Province of y e Massachusetts Bay In New England in America this fourth of June one Thousand seven hundred and six. To oats and wheat sold by David Doane that is due to y e Estate 04-07-00 It. To four chists box and candle box and molasses 03-01-00 It. To Tobaco Casks Tubbs Spining wheels Earthen dishes 04-05-00 It DESCENDANTS OF DEA. 25 To malt winnowing Sheet bed mats and cords 02-19-00 It.
John Doane [seal] Signed and Sealed In presence of us : Samuel Freeman Ju r Samuel Paine. An Inventory of the Estate of John Doane of Eastham in y e Comity of Barnstable Deceased : Taken by us the Subscribers Apprisors of sd Estate this thirteenth Day of March 1708.
I give to my Daughter Rebecckah Paine one bed one bolster one pillow one coverlid one blanket and one pare of sheets and her mothers Riding coat.
I give to my Daughter Hannah Collins one bed and bolster one pillow Two coverlids one blanket Two pare of sheets and her mothers manty and one of her peticoats.
William Bradfords Esq r Govn r Is confirmed to me by William Bradford son and heir of the above named William Bradford Deceased as appears by a that I had of him the sd M r William Bradford the of April 1693. To Corn Sacks Ceder bolts and sheeps wool 07-00-00 It.
I give to my Daughter Ann Young one bed and bolster one pillow one Green Rug one blanket one pare of sheets and her mothers best sarge hoode. To a Grin stone Chains yoaks plow Tools and old Iron 08-13-08 It.