"A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another."
The subject today is the will of Rudolf Spangler (1738-1811) of York township, York County, Pennsylvania. It was written 1 June 1800 (?) and registered in the Probate Court on 26 August 1811. It starts in the middle of the left-hand page on the first image below, and concludes near the top of the second image below:
I struggled to read the handwriting of the amanuensis here, and some words or letters "did not compute" for me). This is a probate court clerk transcription, and the original will is probably in the York County, Pennsylvania Probate Court Records files. The images above are from Volume M, pages 348-350 in the Probate Court Clerk files:
[page 348, middle of the page]
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