I Henry C. Boggs of Leslie County State of Kentucky, being of sound mind and disposing memory and being weak in body and knowing the uncertainty of death in the name of God Amen, make this my last will and testament.  I give and devise to my beloved wife Polly Ann Boggs and my five beloved children, Samuel, Jesse, Mary, Rebecca, and Silas Boggs all of my estate both real and personal and what so ever including a fund belonging to me in the firm of Boggs Brothers which firm is composed of the following individuals, J.C. and H.C. Boggs said fund suppose to be about $500.00, which is used and contracted exclusively by Jesse C. Boggs who I here by appoint executor of this my last will and testament for the sale, use and benefit of the above named Polly Ann Boggs and five children in the best manner my said executor deems prosperous long as the said Polly Ann Boggs shall remain unmarried and in the event she intermarries with any of the above, fund shall be used and disposed of for the benefit of the above named children in the best manner that my said executor thinks proper.  In testimony where of I here unto set my hand this the 2nd. Day of April 1887
        H.C. Boggs
     Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of:
Ira J. Davidson
John S. Combs
Newton Smith

Given and recorded the 17th day of May 1887
        J.M. Howard CLCC 

submitted by Phyllis Sizemore Hefelfinger

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