Charles City County, my Executors, requiring them
to give no security for the performance of their duty.
I do hereby revoke all former Wills, this being my
last Will. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
subscribed my name, this 20th day of March, One
Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-Eight.
CARTER H. EDLOE.
At a Court of Quarterly Sessions, held for Prince
George County, at the Court House thereof, on
Tuesday, the 13th day of August, 1844:
This last Will and Testament of Carter H. Edloe,
dec'd, was presented into Court, and there being
no subscribing witnesses thereto, William C. Raw-
lings, P. C. Osborne, and David Tennant, appeared
in Court and made oath that they are well
acquainted with the hand-writing of the Testator,
and they verily believe the said Will to be wholly
written by the Testator: And thereupon said Will is
ordered to be recorded. On the motion of John A.
Seldon, an Executor therein named, who made oath
thereto, and entered into and acknowledged a bond in
the penalty of One Hundred and Twenty Thousand
Dollars (the Testator desiring that no security
should be given upon his qualification), conditioned
as the law directs, certificate is granted the said
John A. Seldon for obtaining a probate of the said
Will in due form.
Teste, RO. GILLIAM, Clerk.
VIRGINIA —Prince George County, to wit:
I, ROBERT GILLIAM, Clerk of the Court of
said county, in the State of Virginia, do hereby cer¬
tify the foregoing to be a true copy of the last Will
and Testament of Carter H. Edloe, deceased.
In testimony whereof, I have hereto set