I give and bequeath to my son John Pritchett on tract of land called Canterbury, contain 97 acres of land more or less, likewise one tract of land called Pritchett's Desire, contain 10 acres....part of a tract called Robin Hood....
I give and bequesth to my son Edward Pritchett part of a 100 acres of land called Robin Hood, likewise 100 acres of land more or less part of a tract of land called Stafford's Outlott to him and his heairs forever. likewaise one mare colt name Fly.
My will and desire is that my wife Ann Pritchett shall have the use of my dwelling plantation during her life, likewise all my moveable estate during her life, and after her death to be equally divided between all my children.
Lot Pritchett (John) and Anne, his wife, had issue:---