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W. P. Windham, Judge of Probate
It was ordered that the 3rd day of Sept 1910 be set apart for hearing of said
petition, and notice thereof be published for three successive weeks in The
Ozark Tribune. Non -residents named in Will: Henry Chancey, Julia Ann Priest,
Amos Andrews, John Andrews, Sellie Andrews, Nathan Chancey, and A.G. Chancey.
State of Alabama) Probate Court. In the Matter of Probate of
Dale County) the Last Will and testament of Amos Chancey,
To Henry Chancey, Julia Ann Priest, Amos Andrews, John Andrews,
Sellie Andrews, Nathan Chancey, and A.G. Chancey, you will
take Notice than on June the 22nd, 1910, the Probate Court of
Said County made the following order:
State of Alabama, Dale County, Probate Court. June 22nd, 1910.
Present. Hon W. P. Windham, Judge of Probate.
This day Came J.M. Waters and filed in this Court his petition
together with the papers purporting to be the last Will and
testament of Amos Chancey, deceased, late of Said County, for
probate and it appearing from Said petition that the following
name persons, who were heirs of the Said Amos Chancey, are non
residents, to Wit: Henry Chancey, Julia Ann Priest, Amos
Andrews, John Andrews, Sellie Andrews, Nathan Chancey and
A.G. Chancey. It is ordered by the Court that the 3rd day of
Sept 1910, be Set apart for the hearing of Said petitioners
and that Notice thereof be given for three Successive Weeks
in The Ozark Tribune, a newspaper published in the Said County
notifying all persons to be and appear before me on that date
and contest Said application if they think proper.
W. P, Windham Judge of Probate You and each of you are hereby notified of Same
and Commanded to be present on such date to take such Steps as you may think
proper. Witnessed this the 22nd day of June 1910.
W.P. Windham, Judge of Probate Recorded in Will Record A, pages 123 and 124.