Will - Wilgus Steele

Will - Wilgus Steele

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Submitted by Debi Kendrick

Know all men by there present that I  Wilgus STEELE being of sound mind and ... declare this my last Will and Testament.

1st I will and bequeath Maude  STEELE  my wife  during her lifetime, if she  remains my widow, a homestead.  I will and bequeath  Geneva Lee STEELE  $100.00 worth of property land.   All I have bequeathed to Geneva Lee STEELE is hereby revoked if she lives with as a wife to or with Charly THOMAS as long as she lives.

I will and bequeath to Basha TERRY,  Margurite KINDRICK all  the  remainder of my real estate equally divided between the Barsha TERRY and Margurite KINDRICK, Roxie KINDRICK, daughter.

The homestead I bequeath to Maude, at her death goes to Barsha TERRY and Margurite KINDRICK,  the daughter of Roxie KINDRICK.

I further will a tract of land I own in Breathitt as on the Lick Branch on Ready Branch to Arkie TERRY and Bashary TERRY.

I appoint Arkie TERRY my  Executrix of my last  will  and testament.   Request  she be allowed to qualify or act as such without Bond

Given my hand December 28, 1934

Wilgus STEELE

Attest:
Jacob TERRY
E.S. JOHNSON

Files 17 July 1939, proved and recorded 28 Oct 1939.


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