Will of Bridgett Sampson
"I Bridgett Sampson of the County of Goochland, being ill in body but sound in mind and memory, do make my last Will and Testament in manner following: Imprimis: I give and bequeath unto Richard Crouch, one bed and furniture, his choice of the two unused by me, two dishes, three plates, and three basins,to him and his heirs forever." Item: I give and bequeath unto Judith Sampson , daughter of Stephen Sampson, one dish, one box, iron and heaters, and one small trunk to her and her heirs forever "1. Item: I give unto John Maxey, one shilling sterling. 2. Item: I give unto Joseph Fuqua, one shilling sterling. 3. Item: I give unto William New, one shilling sterling. 4. Item: I give unto Sampson Woodall, one shilling sterling, which fourlegac's I design shall be instead of their proportion of my estate. 5. Item: I give and bequeath unto my Son Stephen Sampson all the remainder part of my estate whether real or personal to him and his heirs forever. 6. Item: I constitute and appoint my son Stephen Sampson whole and sole executor of this my last Will and Testament revoking all other Wills here to fore by me made. Sealed with my Seal and dated this 3rd day of March1757."Bridgett Sampson, SEAL, her mark Signed, sealed, published and declared in presence of Stokes McCall,Milner Redford, Samuel Smith Sampson."At a court held for Goochland County, May the 17th 1757, this writing was proved by the Witnesses hereto to be the Last Will and Testament of Bridgett Sampson deceased and thereupon admitted to record."
|Offspring of Francois Sampson and Brigette Bryell (-1757)|
|Anna Sampson (c1688-1761)||1668||1761 Goochland County, Virginia, United States of America||Joseph Fuqua (c1690-1788)|
|Stephen Sampson (-1768)|