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Pinkie O'Neal Searcy & Husband, Power of Attorney, S. G. Gregory, 1914

 Source: Sumner County Deed Book 68, pages 405 & 406

Transcribed by Linda Carpenter

The State of Texas, County of Tarrant

Know all men by these presents: That, we, Pinkie Searcy, joined by her husband J. M. Searcy, the said Pinkie Searcy, being Pinkie O'Neal before her marriage to the said J. M. Searcy, and daughter of D. W. O'Neal and Isabella O'Neal; do make constitute and appoint S. G. Gregory, of Sumner County, Tennessee, our true and lawful Attorney in Fact, with full power and authority to collect any and all amounts of money that might be due us or either of us, and to receive any personal property belonging to us or either of us, and with full power and authority to sell any personal property so received, and make all necessary Bills of sale, in

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our names place and stead, and to contract in the sale for any and all of said personal property for such sum, or sums as he may deem proper.

We, and each of us further empower our said Attorney to Collect any and all amounts that may be due us, or either of us inheritance, and to make all proper releases therefore, in our name place and stead, and to do any and all other things in the necessary collection of said amounts, including the filing of suits in law and Equity, as we might or could personally do hereby ratifying and confirming any and all lawful acts and things that our said Attorney may do or cause to be done by virtue of the premises hereof. In testimony whereof, we have hereunto set our hands this the 3rd day of January A. D. 1914.

J. M. Searcy
Pinkie Searcy

The State of Texas, County of Tarrant - Before me, G. R. Lipscomb, a Notary Public in and for the County and State aforesaid, on this day, personally appeared J. M. Searcy and Pinkie Searcy, his wife both known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the following instrument and acknowledged to me that they each executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed. And the said Pinkie Searcy wife of the said J. M. Searcy, having been examined by me privately and apart from her husband, and having the same fully explained to her, she the said Pinkie Searcy, acknowledged such instrument to be her act and deed, and declared that she had willingly signed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed, and she did not wish to retract it. Given under my hand and seal of Office this the 3rd day of January A. D. 1914. Seal G. R. Lipscomb - Notary Public - Tarrant County, Texas

Rec'd for Registration Jany. 28, 1914, at 11:45 o'clock A. M.

Registered & examined Jany. 30th, 1914. A. C. Dobbins, Register

See the lawsuits filed by Lon Lee, et al vs. Isabella O'Neal, et al

   


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