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I found my 7th great-grandfather's will from 1776! Valued at $89 today, I learned that he left a majority of his estate to his wife and then cashed out a portion that he split evenly to his six children. I even saw the list of his estate, which included his home on 33 acres of land, two pipes, a tin lamp and several animals. Plus, I also saw his signature on the notarized will. It's truly amazing!
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