Sally Anderson codicil

Sally Anderson codicile
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In her February 19, 1826, codicil to her will, Sally Anderson revised her wish for Hull Anderson to pay only $100 to her estate instead of the previous amount of $200. She also revoked the clause in her will that loaned her Negro slave, Andrew, to Eli Hoyt, lending both Andrew and her Negro woman slave, Tracey, instead to her friends Betsey Lowrey and her sister Peggy Taylor. This codicil was signed, sealed and published by Sally Anderson in the presence of James Avent and Elizabeth Ross.