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Will Book M (1870- 1915)
BRUMFIELD, Edmond - Will
BRUMFIELD, Verdilla - Renunciation
GRUMBLEY, Fannie E. - Will pg 268
KIRKMAN, Mary Jane 1913 Off site, use your back button to return.
I Edmond BRUMFIELD a citizen of Todd County Kentucky being sane of mind but feeble in health, Knowing the uncertainty of life and certainty of death make this my last will and testament, hereby re voking all other will as follows: First. I will that all of my past degts be paid including funeral expenses. Second. To my wife Vedilla I have lleave all of the property real and in personal notes, bonds, and mone that I may own at time of my death for her use and benefit and for the support of Sallie M. so long as she does remain unmarried and remain with her mother, and should my son David remain with and take care of my-self and wife during our lives he is to have the home residence with yard, garden + of 15 acres the line to run in such a way as to follow the course of the branch in the horse lot including same in the Survey out of any mon- ey or property that may be on hand, at the time of my death I desire the sum of One hundred dollars be paid to my daughter Sal- lie _____ to _oualize her with the rest of my children. On the death of my wife Verdilla, I will that all of the property then belonging to my estate, or that in possesion of my wife of every kind real or personal money, notes or bonds be equally divided beteen my children or their heirs if not living, James Brumfield, Susan Wade, David Brumfield, Alice Brumfield, wife of C. E. Brumfield and Sallie M. Brumfield. Should David fail from any cause to remain with us until our death and to take care of us the the home place including the building with 15 acres of land shall be distributed as the other property. If he the said David will perform that part of my request then this home place as above described sall be his in addition to any other part of my estate. I hereby elect and appoint my two sons James Brumfield and David Brumfield as my Executors to carry out this my last will and testament in presence of M. D. Brown and W. B. Brewer wit nesses thereto. Edmond Brumfield X his mark Attest: M. D. Brown Signed sealed in the presence of M. D. Brown and W. B. Brewer Attesting witnesses and witnessed in each others presence this Jany 12th, 1882 M.D. Brown M.B. Brewer
-Submitted by: Karen Combs Sat May 20 12:53:06 2000
Know all men by these presents, that I Verdilla BRUM- FIELD of Todd County Kentucky and widow of Edmond BRUM- FIELD deceased, do hereby relinquish all the estate and property which is given to me in and by the will of said Edmond BRUMFIELD deceased, and do elect to take and receive such property and estate as I would have received or been entitled to if no will had been made by my said husband. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 3rd day of November 1883. Verdilla BRUMFIELD X her mark attest: H. G. PETRIE The foregoing Renunciation of Mrs. Verdilla BRUMFIELD was this day produced to me in my office and acknowledged by Mrs. Verdilla BRUMFIELD to be her act and deed and ordered to be recorded; and the same, together with this certificate, has been duly recorded in my office. Witness my hand this 3rd day of November 1883 S. H. WELLS Clerk
-Submitted by: Karen Combs Sat May 20 13:09:41 2000
GRUMBLEY, Fannie E.
Book: pg 268 : Date: April 13 1896
Will of Mrs. F. E. GRUMBLEY I Fannie E. GRUMBLEY of Elkton Kentucky, do make and or- dain this to be my last will and testament. 1st Recognizing my individual responsibility to God and trust ing that I may realize the promises made to those who remain faithful to the end-- I recommend my soul to Him. 2nd I will and bequeath all of my property real and personal to my daughter Lura J. Hancock to be held, used and enjoyed as her separate estate free from the claims of her husband or any future hus band she may have or their creditors. I make the foregoing be- quest to my said daughter not that I desire to discriminate between my children but because she has remained with me and aided me in making a support for many years--as well as having assisted me in paying for the property I now own. I have faith and con- fidence in my said daughter if she should die childless in dis- posing of her property acquired through me and otherwise to dispose of the same to those of my decendants then surviving in such proportions as she deems best. Givin under my hand, this the 7th day of December 1892 Witnesses Fannie E. Grumbley S. ?. Rice Jno. B. Hutchings State of Kentucky Todd County I. E. W. Reeves Clerk of the Todd County Court, do certify that the foregoing instument of Mrs. Fannie E. Grum- bley, deceased was on this day presented in open Court and proven according to law by the oaths of S. A. Rice and Jno. Hutchings the attesting witnesses thereto and adjudged by the Court to be the true last will and testament of said deceased and ordered to be recorded as such. Whereupon the same together with this certificate hath been duly recorded in my office. Witness my hand, this 13th day of April 1896 E.S. Reeves Clerk By R.D. Reeves
-Submitted by: Karen Combs Tue Apr 11 15:08:51 2000
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