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His will is dated July 1769, I Moses Rhodes of the county of Loudoun and colony of Virginia being very sick and weak in body. As the real estate in land which I now posess is will'd to Mary my dearly beloved wife by her father during the course of her natural life and after her decease to the heirs of her body I do and with her consent give and bequesth the said estate to my two sons William and John after my wifes decease. My son William shall pay my son Thomas 30 pounds and my son John shall pay my son Joseph 30 pounds as soon as they posses their share of the above land. My five daughters Hannah, Mary, Abigail, Elizabeth, Ann shall have paid to them 5 pounds current money when of age. Wife Mary sole executrix. Proved by affirmation at the Court for Loudon county 13 Nov 1769. William Mead served as security. His will is dated July 1769, I Moses Rhodas of the county of Loudoun and colony of Virginia being very sick and weak in body. As the real estate in land which I now posess is will'd to Mary my dearly beloved wife by her father during the course of her natural life and after her decease to the heirs of her body I do and with her consent give and bequesth the said estate to my two sons William and John after my wifes decease. My son William shall pay my son Thomas 30 pounds and my son John shall pay my son Joseph 30 pounds as soon as they posses their share of the above land. My five daughters Hannah, Mary, Abigail, Elizabeth, Ann shall have paid to them 5 pounds current money when of age. Wife Mary sole executrix. Proved by affirmation at the Court for Loudon county 13 Nov 1769. William Mead served as security.