PHIPPS, JOSEPH. Now of County of Botetourt, Virginia.

December 7, 1771. February 12, 1772.

To son Joshua of Botetourt Co., Va. merchant mill in Uwchlan and 3

tracts adjoining containing by estimate 150 acres. All debts owing

from sons Aaron and Caleb to be canceled. To daughter Mary wife of

Isaac Lewis 100. To daughter Rachel wife of Owen Astin 100 she

living in Cumberland Co. Pennsylvania. To granddaughter Mary Hubbard

mulatto girl named Pugg. To daughter Hannah wife of Geo. Astin of

Botetourt Co. 150 and to her husband all he owes me. To sons Aaron

and Caleb 5 shillings each. To daughter Esther Crosby negro girl

Dinah. If mill and plantation in East Caln on Brandywine shall be

recovered by law, then the sum of 100 to be paid to Jonathan Phipps

and 50 to his sister Anne Phipps, children of Joseph Phipps, Jr., but

not otherwise. To Benj. Phipps son of Esther Crosby a plantation

containing about 135 acres in Uwchlan. "10 to be paid toward

repairing Quaker graveyard in Uwchlan. Proven in Botetourt County,

Virginia. Executors: Friends John Nowles of Ridley and Elisha Price of

Chester. Letters c.t.a. Caleb Phipps and Isaac Lewis, Executors named

renouncing. Wit: Thomas Madison, Wm. Bowing, Rees Bowing.