Will of Alice G. Martin
1929

Transcribed and submitted by Gary P. Martin
jgmartin@mindspring.com

 

          I, Alice G. Martin, make this my last will and testament this 19th day of April 1928.

(1)           I wish all my just debts to be paid.

(2)           I give all my household goods of whatever kind to my dear daughter Anna Martin and my dear son Ernest martin

(3)           I give to my daughter-in-law Gladys Brown Martin the sum of one thousand dollars ($1000.00)

(4)           I give to my daughter-in-law Mary Magruder Martin the sum of one thousand dollars ($1000.00)

(5)           I give to my Grand-daughter Alice Farrior Martin the sum of two thousand dollars ($2000.00)

(6)           I give to my Grand son William McEwen martin the sum of one thousand dollars ($1000.00)

(7)           I give to my Grand son John McEwen Martin the sum of one thousand dollars ($1000.00)

(8)           I give to my sister Nannie Gillespie Thomasson the sum of one thousand dollars ($1000.00)

(9)           I give to my niece Margaret Thomasson the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00)

(10)        To my faithful servant Lula Rogers I give the sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00) if she survives me.

(11)        To my faithful servant Lucy Brown I give the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) survives me.

(12)        All the balance of my estate both real and personal I leave to my children William A. Martin, john Gillespie Martin Anna Martin and Ernest Martin to be divided equally among them

 I appoint my three sons William A. Martin John G. martin and Ernest Martin Executors of my estate without bond or report of any kind.

Witness my signature this 19th day of April 1928

                                                                            Alice Gillespie Martin.

Witness Mary G. Davenport.             42 Hogshead Apt.

                 Ellen Sharpe Poindexter.          947 Vine Street, Chattanooga.

                 Margaret Willliams.                  225 High St. Chattanooga.

FILED APRIL 24, 1929

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