Also known as: Bowmer, born ± 1700 Devonshire, England, died 1766 Essex County at Tappahannock VA, approximately 66 years
WILL OF EDWARD BOMAR
This will is found in the County Court Clerk's office in Essex County, Virginia. Dated November 26, 1757 and probated August 18, 1766.
In the name of God, amen. I, Edward Bomar of the Parish of Southfarnham in the County of Essex, being in perfect health and sound mind, revoking and making void all other will or wills heretofore by me made, and do make an ordain this to be my last will and testament.
First I lend to my loving wife, Isabella, if she should be the longest liver, my whole estate, real and personal, during her life, and at her death to the divided as follows:
Item: I give and bequeth unto my son William Bomar, my land and plantation I now live on, excepting thirty-five acres, to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I give and bequeth to my son Alexander Bomar the excepted thirty-five acres of land joining on the other line next to the main road, in case my son Alexander should die without an heir of his body, lawfully begotten, in the said land to return to the former tract that I have given unto my son William.
Item: I give unto my son William Bomar my gun as a legacy.
Item: I leave all my other estate, stock and furniture to be as equally divided among my other children, viz: Peter Bomar, John Bomar , Thomas Bomar, and Ann Wildher.
Item: My two sons, William and Alexander, I give free privilege to make use of each others land on account of board timber, but no further. I do constitute and appoint my two sons, John and William, whole and sole executors of this my last will and testament, made this the twenty-six day of November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty And Seven.
Witnessed by: Signed:
John Vass Edward X Bomar Mark
At a court held for Essex County at Tappahannock on the 18th day of August, 1766, this the last will and testament of Edward Bomar, deceased, was presented into court by William Bomar, one of the executors herein named who made oath thereto according to law being also proved by the witnesses in order to be recorded. Test: John Lee, Clerk
John Bomar , SR., Edward and Isabella Bomar, came from Devon and/or Dorset Counties in England.?
Married/ Related to:
1. John Bomar
Born 1725/1730 Eng., died 22 Apr 1799 Halifax Va, approximately 74 years
2. William Bomar PRIVACY FILTER
3. Alexander Bomar PRIVACY FILTER
4. Peter Bomar PRIVACY FILTER
5. Ann Bomar PRIVACY FILTER
6. Thomas Bomar PRIVACY FILTER