Last Will and Testament of
John Gentry

Campbell County}

I John Gentry of the County and state aforesaid being in delicate health and knowing the uncertainty of human life and being desirus of having my worldly goods and property disposed of in my own choosing and liking do therefore make ordain and publish this writing my last Will and Testament.

Item 1st. I commit my Soul and body to God my Creator putting my trust in Jesus Christ my Redeemer for life and Salvation Amen.

Item 2nd. My Will further is that all my Just debts be paid out of my estate.

Item 3rd. My Will further is that my two Sons Elias E. Gentry and Wiley R. Gentry each of them have one bed and furniture to make them equal with the rest of my children.

Item 4th. My Will further is that the balance of my estate belong to my wife and that my daughter Rhoda be supported out of it during her insanity. Provided my daughter Rhoda shall come to her right mind my will is that she be made equal with the rest of my children at that time. And at the death of my wife Share one equal portion with the rest.

Item 5th. My Will further is that at the death of my wife my estate be equally divided amongst my children.

Item 6th. I appoint my Son Burgess Gentry and Pinckney F. Rainwater executors of this my last Will and Testament in witness whereof I hereunto Set my hand and Seal this the eleventh day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five.

Isaac R. Eskew John Gentry
Edward Dean

Georgia Campbell County

Personally in open Count Edward Dean who being duly sworn deposeth and Saith that he Saw John Gentry Sign & Seal the Within Will and Testament and he signed the Within as a Witness Sworn to and subscribed before us July 4th 1836.

Shadrack Greene I.J.C
Edward Dean Jos. Camp I.J.C
E.P. Bomar C.C.O