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Petition to the will of Zephaniah Kingsley

Petition to the will of Zephaniah Kingsley Page 6

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Page 6 his executors besold and converted into money and the [nett] [amount] be divided into twelve equal parts or shares; one of which parts or shares (the divested should be paid to his (the said Zephaniah Kingsley's) nephew Kingsley B. Gibbs in full compensation for all the claims which he the said Kingsley B. Gibbs might have or devise against his (the said Zephaniah Kingsley's) estate; And that one Twelfth part should be paid to his (the said Zephaniah Kingsley's) nephew Charles J. McNeill in full compensation for whatever the said Charles J. McNeill might claim or devise against his (the said Zephaniah Kingsley's Estate: And that one twelfth part should be paid to Anna Madgigne Jai Kingsley: [or to] her heirs or assigns, two parts to John Maxwell Kingsley (whom he, the said Zephaniah Kingsley in the said instrument of writing called) his son by Anna M Jai. Four parts [to be] paid to the said George Kingsley: Two parts to be paid to Flora H. Kingsley her heirs or assigns: and one part to Micanopy the son of Sarah M Kingsley should he (the said Micanopy) live until the years of discretion. And your petitioners further shew unto your Honor that the said Zephaniah Kingsley by the said instrument of writing so by him called his Last Will and Testament as foresaid further declared that all the foregoing legacies and bequests therein were granted in fee simple absolute on condition that no further claim or action of Law should be instituted or suggested by any of the parties against his (the said Zephaniah Kingsley's) Estate except the usual lawful charges and [commissions] And your petitioners further shew unto your Honor that the said Zephaniah Kingsley by the same instrument of writing so by him called his Last will & Testament as aforesaid appointed Kingsley B. Gibbs and Benjamin A. Putnam of Florida: and the said George Kingsley Executors of (the said instrument of