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In the name of God, Amen.  I, ISAAC GANEY, of the State of South Carolina, 
a District of Darkington, being very sick and weal of body, but of sound mind, 
memory and understanding, priased be God for the same; do make this my last
 Will and Testament in the manner and form as follows.  Viz -
First, I give & bequeath unto my beloved son, REDDIC GANEY, the half of one
 hundred & fifty acres of land lying on Cold-Water in the lower part of the
 tract, one horse, bridle & saddle, two cows & calves & one dry cow & a two
 year old heifer, one sow & seven pigs & a year old boar.
Secondly, I give unto my beloved son, WILLIAM GANEY, the upper half of the
 above mentioned tract of a hundred & fifty acres, & one two year old horse, a
 cow & calf, a yearling & a two year old heifer, a sow & pigs.
I also give & bequeath unto my beloved wife, MARY GANEY, one hundred acres of
land, lying on little Boggy-Swano, with my houses & plantation, her life time &
 after her decease - to be equally divided between my beloved sons, JOHN GANEY
 & ALEXANDER GANEY, as they shall come of age after their mother's decease.
I also give & bequeath unto my beloved son, CHARLES GANEY, one English shilling
Lastly, after my wife deceases, I give & bequeath the remainder of my personal
 estate to be equally divided between my beloved children, MUNY, ELIZABETH,
And I do nominate my wife, MARY GANEY, sole Executrix to this, my last Will &
 Testament, and I do hereby revole & disannul every other Will & Testament by me
 made, declaring this to be my last Will & Testament.
In witness whereof, I, the s.d. ISAAC GANEY have here unto set my name & seal
 this fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord, One thousand Eight
 Hundred & ten.
                                          ISAAC GANEY
                                          (his mark)
Signed, Sealed, declared & published by the s.d. ISAAC GANEY, for Last Will &
 Testmant in precence of we who at his request & in his presence have set our
 names Witnesses here unto.
THOS. PRESTWOOD  (his seal)
JOHN THOMAS           (his mark)
Recorded in Will Book 2, page 810.  Recorded 17th. March 1812, Geo. BRUCE,
 Ordinary D. D., Apr. A, pkg 318.