Will of S. B. Glass
Will Book A, Page 382 & 384
Submitted by: Joan Robinson
To all whom it may concern: I, S. B. Glass, being of sound mind makes this my last will & testament = My executive is instructed at such time as he may think best; sell all my all of my personal property at public sale and enough of the proceeds there of to be used in the payment of my debts.
It is my instructions that my real estate be sold at public sale. In consequence of the extreme shrinkage of values, it may be best not to sell the real estate for two or more years = he however to exercise his judgement in the matter.
After it is sold; I bequeath to W. B. Glass – one hundred
dollars; To S. E. Glass Five dollars: To J. W. Glass Fifty dollars, To Emma
Barber Five dollars: Eva Barber One Hundred dollars, Kittie Thomson’s children
one hundred dollars each. The executive to my will to be
trustee of the amount given to Kittie’s children and Eva barber; as he may appoint a trustee for them. The
money to be used in such manner as will do them the most good in their raising
= Nat Thompson nor Wm Barber to have anything to do with; or say in with what
manner the money shall be used for the children.
I give of the house furniture to Mollie Arline one Feather be = to Minnie Glass
one organ: Bedstead and Feather bed;
Wash Stand; dresser – Four strait chairs; one rocker, one mattress; one pair
pillows, Six quilts and one Swinging lamp.
I donate one hundred dollars to the
S. B. Glass
B. T. Jennings
Geo H. Williams
J. A. Harper
To the Hon. A C. Speer, Ordinary of said county
The petition of Joseph W. May shows that S. B. Glass late of said county; on the 8th day of September1894 after having made his last will and testament; wherein your petitioner is nominated the executor. Your petitioner produces said will in court and prays that same maybe admitted to record upon the proof thereof in common form and letters testamentary issue to him in terms of the law. J.W. May Petitioner
We Geo. H. Williams and B. T. Jennings each being sworn for himself; says that each of them as well as Alexander Chappell and G. A. Harper; saw the within named S. B. glass sign and publish the within paper as his last will and testament. That we subscribed the same as witnesses thereto at special instance and request of the said S. B. Glass; and in his presence as did Alexander Chappell and G. A. Harper; state the said S. B. Glass signed the freely and voluntarily; and was at the time of signing of sound and disposing mind and memory—sworn to and subscribed before me
Geo H. Williams
B. T. Jennings
This Oct.1st 1894, A. C. Speer, Ordinary
Upon the foregoing affidavit of Geo. H. Williams and B. T. Jennings two of the subscribing witnesses to the within will of S. B. Glass, deceased= It is ordered by the Court that said Will be admitted to record as satisfactorily proven in common form and it is further ordered that letters testamentary issue to J. W. May; the executor.