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Carson was Bradley's son and "Tompson" (son of David) one of his nephews. Cousin William Cooley died the 31 day of las may with Consumption. " That's been a family joke at dinners for years, so I guess old Fremont did leave a legacy after all. Bradley Cooley, who wrote the first letter, was one of John's sons. Apparently Fremont had quite a healthy appetite because my aunt, who was only about 4 years old, couldn't take it any more after she saw him take his 3rd piece of chicken and she shouted out in her childish lisp, "My Dod, Fweemont, save some for us poor tids!At that point, mother and son returned to England and lived briefly at the ancestral estate, Newstead Abbey.
and that this deponent at the same time heard the said John Cooley declare the said instrument in writing to be his last will and testament, and that the said instrument in writing was at the same time, at the request of the said John Cooley. His father, having spent his wife’s inheritance, eventually left for France, where he died when Byron was three.Byron and his mother lived in Aberdeen until he became the sixth Baron Byron of Rochdale upon the death of his great uncle, William John Byron, in 1798. In witness whereof I have unto set my hand and seal this 6th day of Sept 1865. Eighth I want my son Noah to have the meddow [sic] on the west side of the road to mow and to give the one half of the hay to my wife also what land he has cleared he his to have the use of it if he wants it during his lifetime of my wife free of rent Ninth I want the wagon and mare kept on the place for the use of the same Tenth I want my wife to have the cow and heifer and to have the hogs to make use of as she sees fit. My son Bradley is to have my flock of sheep to keep during my wifes [sic] lifetime to give her one half the wool and one half the increase.
Robert Marshall Sworn to and subscribed by the said Robert Marshall before Albert Jones Clerk of said Court, at Columbia the 11th day of May 1866. S.] In attestation whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said Court Albert Jones Clerk I Albert Jones Clerk of the Court of the Court of Common Pleas of Bartholomew County, Indiana, do hereby certify, that the within annexed last will and testament of John Cooley had been duly admitted to probate, and duly proved by the testimony of Robert Marshall one of the subscribing witness thereto, that a complete record of said will, and the testimony of the said Robert Marshall, on proof thereof, has been by me duly made recorded in Book "B" [--] pages 124 & 125 of the Record of Wills of said County. S.] In attestation whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said Court of Columbus Ohio 11th day of May 1866.