Stafford County, Virginia
In the name of God Amen. I, Sigismunde Massey, of Stafford County, being sick in body but in perfect memory and hence do dispose of my estate in manner and form as followeth. First I give to Dade Massey one grey mare about four years old. Secondly I give to Benjamin Massey one dun mare about four years old. Thirdly I give to Thomas Massey one dark grey mare about two years old. Fourthly I do give and bequeath all ye rest of my estate to Robert Massey to be disposed of as followeth. That after my debts are paid my executors purchase a tract of land to ye worth of what is left and that is to Robert Massey and his heirs male of his body, in case of failure of them to Dade Massey and ye heirs male of his body, in case of failure of them to Benjamin Massey and ye heirs male of his body, in case of failure of them to Thomas Massey and ye heirs male of his body and I do make Rice Hoe my whole and sole executor of this my last Will and Testament revoking all other wills but this to be my last Will and real meaning, this eighteenth day of April 1692. Witness my hand and seal. Sigismunde Massey
Teste Peter Dawson, John Davis, Stephen Parker
This Will was sufficiently proved in ye County Court of Stafford by ye oathes and testaments of Peter Dawson and John Davis, witnesses to ye said Will subscribed on ye 11th day of May 1692 and was then recorded.