"I give and devise to my beloved son, Burwell Bobbitt, one hundred acres of land .... containing that portion of my land known as the Piney Branch piece, said line to begin near the R and G Railroad.
"I give to my beloved daughter, Mary F. Pope, one hundred acres of land.... to adjoin the land of my son, Burwell Bobbitt, along its western boundary, should she die without issue, then I will said land to my granddaughter Mollie A. Clements.
"I give to my beloved daughter, Margaret A. Clements, one hundred acres of land, in the north side of the tract whereon I now live ... so as to include the smoke house and kitchen and then to her daughter Margaret James Clements.
"I give to my beloved son, Fletcher H. Bobbitt, one hundred acres of land, in the south side of the tract whereon I now live.
"My will and desire is that all of my personal effects of whatever kind, consisting of horses, cattle, hogs, farming implements, household and kitchen furniture, shall be sold at public auction, except the Morgan horse which I give to my daughter, Margaret A. Clements, and my just debts, shall first be paid. The balance is to be equally divided among my children, Burwell Bobbitt, Fletcher H. Bobbitt, Margaret A. Clements, and Mary F. Pope.
"I hereby constitute and appoint my son Fletcher H. Bobbitt my lawful executor to this my last will and testament.
"In witness whereof, I the said, Kinchen Bobbitt, do hereunto, set my hand and seal this the fifth day of February 1880.
In presence of:
C. L. Sledge
N. H. Shearin