WILL OF GRAVES GUNN 1791-1867 HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY WILL BOOK 12, PAGE 84
I, Graves Gunn of the County of Hopkins and State of Kentucky, being old and infirm but of sound mind and memory, do make this my last Will and Testament, in manner and form following (to wit), it is my wish and thereby direct, that after my decease that all of my just debts be paid, after which I give and bequeath to my daughter, Polly Allman, three notes on J. H. Lafoon for one hundred dollars, each one on the 25th December 1868, 1870, and 1872 on the 25th of December of each year, also one note on said Lafoon for one hundred and fifty dollars, due the 25th December 1867. I also give and bequeath to my said daughter, Polly Alman, one cow and calf, also one mule, and five head of hogs, one bed and furniture, also all of my household furniture.
2nd. I give and bequeath to my son, Allen Gunn, four cash notes on the said J. H. Lafoon, one for $192.00 due the 25th day of December 1874, the other three due on the 25th day of December 1869, 25th day of December 1871, 25th day of December 1873 for $100.00 each. I also give and bequeath to my said son, Allen Gunn,, two notes I hold on him, one for $37.00; the other for $12.50. Also one jack in his possession at this time, and I also give to my said son, Allen Gunn, my two horse waggon, gering, and for the same it is my wish and desire that my here in after mentioned Executor shall give the notes up to my said son, Allen Gunn, that he may controll and collect the same and he is hereby impowered to do so fo his own....(illegible)
3rd. It is my wish that out of all of my other property and debts both real and personal not disposed of by me in this, after my decease be sold, on such terms as my herein after mentioined Executor may think best, all debts due me not disposed of in this will be collected by my Executor and equally divided between my five children, namely to my daughter Manervy Sothard one part, to my daughter Polly Alman one part, to my son Abner Gunn one part, to my son Allen Gunn one part, and to my daughter Estella Woodard one part.
I hereby appoint my friend Ezekiel L. Ramis, my Executor of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills be me made.
Given under my hand this 25th day of April 1867 Signed in presence of L. W. Bishop E. W. Sisk