NOTE: Name and following information researched at the Maryland Hall of records in May 1993.
Maryland State Archives, Prerogative Court (wills) #1, p. 144,William Brumale, 4 December 1660 [1-11-1-1] (Wills)
William Brumale his will
In the name of God amen. I William Brumale being sick and weak in body do first bequeath my soul unto God that gave it and my body to the earth from whence it came knowing assuredly that I shall arise to meet him and his glory and to my comfort. And having a desire to dispose of my earthly goods I first of all give unto my three sons, Luke Brumale, Richard Brumale and Charles Brumale unto these my three children I do give my whole Estate and land cattle and Premises hereunto and all manner of Household goods and other goods as tobacco now and made or housed or shall be made. Also all maner of debts whatsoever I have a desire that my children may have my Estate divided into three parts unto every child his portion equally and that these my three children may have education it is my desire also. I make and ordain my well beloved neighbors William Parrottand William Turner my true and trusty friends the executors of this my last will and testament and that they may do all and everything according as God shallguide them and that my beloved friends William Turner and William Parrott do pay all debts and of my Estate that can justly be made apart. I William Brumaledo freely give unto Joseph Dowkries at the expiration of his servitude one twoyear old heifer. My will and desire is that my last will and testament may stand in full aforesaid and Vortuo and all other and do be void and of no effect.To the true purpose named where of I set my hand and seal the mark of W.William Brumale.
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