was born to John and Sally? Hagaman.
~ Record of Will ~ The last will and testament of John Hagaman of the Town of Brighton in the county of Monroe and state of New York. I, John Hagaman being of sound mind and memory do make (and ) constitute and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following viz - First. I give and bequeath to my sister Abigail Riley all that certain piece or parcel of land situated in the Town of Brighton in the county of Monroe and state of New York on Lot number forty five (#45) being the same premises which came into my possession by the last will and testament of John Hagaman - deceased (my father) and the partition deed of Charles D. Hagaman and wife dated the ninth day of August 1844. And on which my new house now stands and was occupied by Gideon Lane (Oct 10th 1851) Supposed to contain about twenty acres of land. Secondly - I will and bequeath to my brother Calvin H Hagaman. All that certain premises known as the Hibbard House and premises.. supposed to contain about six acres of land' for description oc reference to the deed of John Hagaman Sen. in my file and dated July 10th 1827 and also one and seven one hundredths of an acre of land situated on lot number fifty three (53) and on the north side of the Irish Catholic burying ground lot and conveyed by deed by the President and secretary of the board of trustees of St. Patrick's Church of the city of Rochester on the fourth day of May 1842 to John Hagaman And thirdly - I give and bequeath to the four heirs of my late brother, Charles D. Hagaman namely Caroline S. Maria S Frances J and Mary Jane Hagaman all that undivided one half of twenty acres of land which came into my possession by the decease of my late brother Abraham Hagaman, and by the last will and testament of my father John Hagaman and supposed to be ten acres of land and also three acres of land situated on lot number fifty three (53) being the same land conveyed by deed, by Eberard Peck to John Hagaman on the 21st day of August 1843. reference to said deed on file. The said four Heirs are to have the profits arising from the said real estate equally until they respectively arrive at the ages of twenty one years of age but in no case is said real estate to be sold until such requirement are fulfilled: viz 21 years of age. And fourthly. I give and bequeath to my brother Howland S Hagaman, One certain note I hold against him dated November 6th 1849 for Fifty two dollars ($52) and also I give to Lucina R Hagaman his wife twenty five dollars ($25) And fifthly - I give and bequeat to my brother David W. Hagaman Twenty five dollars ($25) and to Livonia Hagaman his wife I give Twenty five dollars ($25). I further order and request that a good and substantial Iron or Iron and stone fence be built immediately after my decease (if not built by myself) on my lot on Mount Hope under the direction of my three brothers and my sister and the expense of building said fence to be taken out of my personal estate. and I further order that all of the real estate bequeathed in this Instrument shall be severally liable and holden for the suitable improvement and yearly repairs of my burial lot on Mount Hope. I give and bequeath to Caroline L Hagaman One hundred Dollars ($100) for her kind care of me in my severe sickness in 1849 and 1850. (I omitted to put this legacy in its proper place) And I further order that after all of my said legacies and orders contained in the instrument and all the lawful debts I may owe at the time of my decease are paid out of my personal property, I order and bequeath that the remainder of said personal property and all property of any kind of description whatever not otherwise bequeathed to be equally divided between my sister Abigail Riley and my brother Calvin H Hagaman and the four heirs of my late brother Charles D. Hagaman namely Caroline L. Maria S. Frances Julia and Mary J Hagaman that is to say the four heirs named are to receive one third part. Abigail Riley on third part and Calvin H Hagaman one third part. My lot on Mount Hope I leave to the _______ of my sister and brothers. And further I do hereby appoint Calvin H Hagaman Executor and my sister Abigail Riley Executrix of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 14 day of October in the year of our Lord 1851 John Hagaman (seal) Will proven June 8th 1857
John is buried in Mount Hope Cemetery
Rochester, Monroe County, New York, USA