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Pg. 40 -    
GAILBREATH, Mary  of Borough of Bellfonte County of Center, and Commonwealthof Pennsylvania;
(1825 Will Record Vol. A, Pg. 154)
Signed Mch. 30, 1821; Proven Dec. 17, 1825;
Mentions: Eldest son James; son John; son Robert; grand-daughters: Maria and Jane Williams;
Mentions "all property in Pennsylvania or state of Ohio, particularily the property in Franklin County, Ohio, descended to me as one of the heirs of my brother "JohnDill";
Executor: son John Galbreath;
Witnessed by William Petrikin
GALBREATH, Samuel
(1849 Will Record Vol. C, Pg. 101)
   
 
GALE, Edgar
(1849 Will Record Vol. C, Pg. 127
   
 
*GALE, Franklin
(1874 Will Record Vol. F, Pg. 462)
   
     
*GALLAGHER, William
(1877 Will Record Vol. G, Pg. 293)
   
     
*GALLOWAY, Samuel
(1872 Will Record Vol. F, Pg. 225)
   
     
*GALVIN, Michael
(1879 Will Record Vol. G, Pg. 522)
   
     
GAMBLEN, John
(1863 Will Record Vol. D, Pg. 583)
   
 
*GAMEY, Jeremiah
(1880 Will Record Vol. H, Pg. 340)
 
*GANEY (or GANCY), Catharine
(1882 Will Record Vol. I, Pg. 182
   
     
*GANMANN, (or GRAUMANN), Conrod
(1880 Will Record Vol. H, Pg. 190)
   
     
*GANSON, Edwin R.
(
1882 Will Record Vol. I, Pg. 56)
   
     
*GANTZ, Adam
(1877 Will Record Vol. G, Pg. 302)
   
     
GARD, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin)
(1849 Will Record Vol. C, Pg. 121)
   
 
*GARDNER, James B.
(1866 Will Record Vol. E, Pg. 292)
 
*GARDNER, Ozur?
(1880 Will Record Vol. H, Pg. 132
   
     
GARNETT, Ann
(1825 Will Record Vol. A, pg. 164
   
 
GARRETTSON, Anthea
(Will Record Vol. D, Pg. 58)
   
 
*GARTNER, John
(1881 Will Record H, Pg. 358)
   
     
*GASTINGER?, Frank H.
(1877 Will Record Vol. G, Pg. 371)
   
     
*GAVER, Elias
(1872 Will Record Vol. F, Pg. 240)
   
     
*GAWABRANT, Maria J.
(1871 Will Record Vol. F, Pg. 125)
   
 

Pg. 41 -
GENKIN, Elizabeth    
 
GEORGE, Mary Ann    
 
GILLETT, Asa    
 
GILMORE, John    
 
GINGRICH, David    
 
GLAZIER, Joseph, 3rd
(Will Record Vol. D, Pg. 146
   
 
GODOWN, John R.    
 

Pg. 42 -
GOETCHIUS, Henry    
 
GOLDSMITH, John    
 
GOLLIDAY, Robert    
 
GOODHUE, Jacob    
 
GOODSON, George, Sr.    
 
GOODWIN, David    
 
GOULDEN, John    
 

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*GRABER, Franz
(1871 Will Record Vol. F, Pg. 45)
   
     
*GRABER, Maria B.
(1877 Will Record Vol. G, Pg. 225)
   
     
GRACE, Benjamin  of Norwich Township;
(1811 Will Record Vol. A, Pg. 25)
Signed Oct. 4, 1811; Proven Nov. 30, 1811;
Mentions: wife and children but are not named;
no executor named;
witnessed by Daniel Brunk and Benjamin Britton.
Note: In Case No. 085 we find the mother, Catherine Grace, on Sept. 28, 1813 was appointed guardian of the minor heirs of Benjamin Grace, deceased, namely; Josiah Grace, aged 18 years; Lair Grace, aged 16 years; Stephen Grace, aged 13 years, 8 months; Benjamin Grace, aged 12 years; JEsse Grace, aged 10 years and William Grace, aged 7 years.
(B. T. R.)
Note: Case No. 0201 says Daniel Brunk was appointed adminstrator of the estate of Catherine Grace, widow of Benjamin Grace, No. 7, 1816. (B. T. R.)
*GRAESZLE, Jacob F.
(1880 Will Record Vol. H, Pg. 69)
   
     
GRAHAM, John
(1838 Will Record Vol. B, Pg. 62)
   
 
*GRAHAM, John
(1867 Will Record Vol. E, Pg. 455)
 
GRAHAM, Thomas
(1846 Will Record Vol. B, Pg. 240)
   
 
*GRAMLICH, Christian
(1877 Will Record Vol. G, Pg. 300)
   
     
*GRANGER, Moses
(*Will Record Vol. F, Pg. 150)
   
     
*GRANT, Hugh
(1883 Will Record I, Pg. __7)
   
     
*GRANT, Nancy
(1873 Will Record Vol. F, Pg. 358)
   
     
*GRAY, David E.
(1864 Will Record Vol. E, Pg. 111)
   
     
*GRAY, Harriet
(1874 Will Record Vol. F, Pg. 525)
   
     
*GRAY, James
(1865 Will Record Vol. E, Pg. 132)
   
     
*GRAY, Leroy S.
(1866 Will Record Vol. E, Pg. 269)
   
     
GRAY, Littleton R.
(1852 Will Record Vol. C, Pg. 284)
   
 
*GRAY, Rachel
(Will Record Vol. E, Pg. 254)
   
 

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GRAY, Thomas, Sr.
(1850 Will Record Vol. C, Pg. 176)
   
 
*GRAY, William
(1879 Will Record G, Pg. 479)
   
     
GREGORY, Christina    
 
GREGORY, Mrs. Eliza    
 
GREGORY, Mrs. Mary E.    
 
GREEN, Andrew    
 
GREENWOOD, John    
 - In the name of the Benevolent Father of all:  I John Greenwood of the City of Columbus, Franklin County, State of Ohio do hereby make and declare this my last will and testament:
  I hereby constitute and appoint Clark Higgins and David W. Deshler, both of said City of Columbus and the survior of them Executors and Executor of this my last will and testament;
  I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife all of my house hold furnature of every kind and description, with the request & Expectation that my said wife will as soon as it may be for the benefit of my beloved daughter Ann, give to my said daughter such a portion of said furnature, as will be equal in value to property of a similar kind, and which I have heretofore given to each of my other daughters.
  I give and devise all my messuages lands, and tenements wheresoever situated unto the said Clark Higgins and David W. Deshler, and the survivor of them; and their heirs, and the heirs of the survivors of them, to have and to hold the same to the uses following -
  First:  The said Clark Higgins and David W. Deshler or the survivor of them, their heirs, on the heirs of the survivor of them, are as soon as may be practicable after my death, to sell and convey by deed or otherwise as may be nessary to perfect and make valid such sale or sales, a sufficient quantity of my real and personal property (Excepting the North two thirds of In lot No. 254 and the undivided two thirds of Inlot No. 241, situated in said City of Columbus, which is hereinafter mentioned) which together with all the debs owing to me, and which they are to Collect and Convert into Cash in such manner as they may deem most advisable, and out of the produce of all such, sale, sales and debts are to pay my just debts, and charges of every kind and discription and the balance of said property/ Excepting said North two thirds of Inlot No. 254 and the undivided two thirds of Inlot No. 241, and the appurtenances thereunto belonging and which is hereinafter provided for) they are to distribute in equal proportions among and between my children (Excepting as to my said son John, who is to have no intrest of any kind in any other of my property*, than in said North two thirds of said Inlot No. 254, as hereinafter provided for),  and in case my said Executors or the survivor of them, their heirs or the heirs of the survivor of them, shall deem it advisable and for the intrest of my said children to sell said propoerty (Excepting as to said North two thirds of Inlot No. 254 and the undivided two thirds of said Inlot No. 241;) for the purpose of dividing among my said Children the produce of the same, in the stead of dividing the said property so remaining in their hands, as a aforesaid, they are to have the privilege of so doing, and are hereby authorised so to do - And are to sell and convey said property in all respects as they may deem the most favorable to the interest of my said children -
  Secondly: The said Clark Higgins and David W. Deshler, or the survivor of __, their heirs, or the heirs of the survivor of them, are to lease and de____ on such terms and in such manner, as they may deem proper said North two thirds of said Inlot No. 254 and the undivided two thirds of said Inlot 241 and the appurtenances thereunto belonging subject to this condition however that the may not expire on or before the time that my said son John may attain the age of twenty five years, and out of the rental of said premises they are to pay all taxes assesments, and premiums for insurance that may be levied or attached to the same - and after paying all such taxes assesments, and premiums of insurance, they are to pay over quarterly the balance of the rental money, they may have on hand to any beloved wife untill the period when my said son John may attain the age of twenty-one years; and on my said son John attaining the age of twenty one years, they are to pay over quarterly as aforesaid, one third part of said rental to my beloved wife, and the remaining two thirds of aid rental they are to pay over as aforesaid, to my said son John - And as soon as my said son John shall attain the age of twenty five years as aforesaid, they are to convey to him my said son this heirs forever in fee simple the whole of said North two thirds of said Inlot No. 254 and the undivided two thirds in Inlot No. 241, and the appurtances their unto belonging, subject never the less to this condition, to wit: 
that at the same time the said North two thirds of Inlot No. 254 and the undivided two thirds of Inlot No. 241 may be so conveyed to my said son John he my said son John shall secure to the satisfaction of my said wife, the one third part of all the rents issues and profits of said North two thirds of said Inlot No. 254 and the undivided two thirds of said Inlot No. 241 - and the appertanances during her natural life, any thing herein to the contrary not withstanding, subject however to this express condition, that my said wife is to be entitled to such one third part of the rents, issues and profits of said North two thirds, of said Inlot No. 254 - and undivided two thirds of said Inlot No. 241, in lieu of her dower in and to all of my property of every kind and discription I do hereby revoke any and all wills that I may have heretofore made, and do hereby declare the same void and of no effect - In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 22nd day of October A. D. 1846.          John Greenwood (seal)
Executed in presence of us Thos. Wood, C. Ortman
     The State of Ohio Franklin County, ss.
     At the special session of the Court of Common Pleas within and for said county held at the Court House in said county on the 25th day of November A.D. 1846 present all the associate Judges of said Court, Thomas Wood____   Cornelius Ortman appeared in open Court and being duly sworn, and being of lawful age to depose and say that the instrument hereunto annexed was signed by John Greenwood in their presence and acknowledged by him to be his last will and testament and that they severally subscribed the same in his presence at his request as witnesses; and that said Greenwood was at that time of sound mind and memory of full age and under no restraint.
Thos. Wood
C. Ortman
Sworn to and subscribed this 25th day of November A. D. 1846 - L. Heyl Clk.

Transcribed from Pages 241 - 243 in Wills Vol. B 1836-1846
(Ancestry image 297 of  Ohio, Wills and Probate Records, 1786-1998, Franklin Co., Will Records, Vol. A-B, 1805-1846)

*NOTE:  the following was inserted: "and the undivided two thirds of said Inlot No. 241"

1840 Greenwood, John - Will Record Vol. B pg. 241  Civil Docket Vol. 2 pg. 363
1873 Greenwood, John - Will Record Vol. F pg. 347  Civil Docket Vol. 7 383 Journal 12 pg. 293

Pg. 45 -
GRISWOLD, Ruth    
 
GROOM, Ezekiel    
 
GROOM, Moses    
 
GROOMS, Noah    
 
GRUBB, Jacob    
 
GRUBB, Martha    
 

Pg. 46 -
GURNEE, Jonah (C-93) of town of Haverstraw, Richland County, State of New York; Signed Feb. 1, 1847 Proven Mch. 16, 1849;
Mentions: brother Richard Gurnee Ambrose Spencer Gurnee;
mother, Sarah Gurnee;
widowed sister melissa Barlow;
brother William;
No executor named;
Witnessed by A. B. Wambaugh and Richard Page

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