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Lizzie Bradley, 1923

TSL&A Microfilm - Roll #92
Probate Records (County or Chancery Court)
Wills Vol. 6-9 ; Nov. 1905 - Oct 1942

Transcribed by Jan Barnes

County Court Clerk's Office
Will Book - Vol. VII
Aug 1915 - March 1924

Page 292

-----------WILL OF MRS LIZZIE BRADLEY ------------

In case of my death I wish my daughter May to have every thing that I own.

In case she is not living, I wish my Uncle J. H. Robb to have $4,000.00 in Government Bonds during his lifetime and at his death to be equally divided between my three brothers.

All the remainder of my property I wish to go to my father, C. B. Robertson during his lifetime and to be divided equally between my three brothers at his death.

Mrs. Lizzie Bradley
Dec. 29, 1922

A paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Mrs. Lizzie Bradley, deceased, was this day produced in open Court for probate, Whereupon came into open Court John B. Swaney, & A. C. Earls, who being first duly sworn, deposed and said that they were each personally acquainted with Mrs. Lizzie Bradley, the testatrix during her life time, each knew her hand writing and that her handwriting was generally known among her acquaintances, And after carefully examining the paper writing presented for probate as the last will and testament of said Mrs. Lizzie Bradley:  Say that the writing of said paper and every part thereof is in the handwriting of Mrs. Lizzie Bradley, and the signature thereto is genuine!  Said paper writing is dated Dec. 29, 1922 and contains only one sheet!  Witnesses further states that said paper writing was found in lock box of testatrix, Mrs. Lizzie Bradley in the First & Peoples National Bank, Gallatin, Tenn. where both of said witnesses are employed, and was among her other valuable papers.  Whereupon said paper writing was admitted to probate and ordered recorded as the last will and testament of Mrs. Lizzie Bradley, Decd.

No one being named in the will as the executor and Miss Nellie May Bradley being the daughter and only legatee named in said will, she together with her sureties Chas. B. Robertson, Jr.and C. B. Robertson, Sr. appeared in open Court and entered into and acknowledged their bond payable to the State of Tennessee in the penal sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars conditioned as the law directs, when the said Nellie May Bradley was duly qualified as Administratrix with the will annexed of the Estate of Mrs. Lizzie Bradley, deceased and letters of such ordered issued to her.

A true copy.
Harvey L. Brown, Clk.

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