I, James T.
Warren of said County being of sound and disposing mind and memory Do
make this my last will and testament hereby revoking all wills
heretofore made by me.
It is my will and desire that my body be buried in a Christian like
manner the place and details which I leave to my wife.
Second. It is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid as soon
as practicable after my death.
I will bequeath and devise all of my property both real and personal of
whatever kind and nature and wherever situated including life insurance
policy to my beloved wife Mrs. Lucinda Warren to be hers absolutely in
fee simple forever.
Fourth. I herby make my wife, Mrs. Lucinda Warren executrix of this will
and relieve her from making any inventory of my property or appraisement
or from giving any bond or from getting any order from any court for
disposing of any. She is required only by this will to probate the will
and she is further relieved from making any returns of her acts and
doings to any court whatever.
day of October, 1924.
Published, Signed and sealed by James T. Warren as his last will and
testament in the presence of the undersigned as witnesses. He first
signing in our presence and we then at this special instance and request
singing in his presence and in the presence of each other, This 14th
day of Oct. 1924.
Honorable J. M. Warren Ordinary of said County.
petition of Mrs. Lucinda Warren, a resident of said State shows that
James T. Warren, late of said county dies testate on the 5th
day of April 1925, after having made his will and testament in which
petitioner is named as executrix.
produces said will in court and prays that the same may be admitted to
record upon proof thereof in common form, and that letters testamentary
do issue to her, according to the statute in (illegible words) made and
provided. This 1st day of June 1925.
the undersigned, ordinary of said county came J.O. Sapp whose name
appears as subscribing to the within writing purporting to be the last
will and testament of James T. Warren, who being fully sworn on oath
says that he together with Loyd Pass and C. m> Fountain on the 14th
day of October 1924 subscribed the said will as a witness thereto at the
special instance and request of the said James T. Warren, the testator
thereby (illegible words) in his presence, and in the presence of each
other as did also the said James T. Warren after the said testator had
signed his name thereto, That the said James T. Warren in their presence
freely and voluntarily signed and published the same as his last will
and testament and at the time of said signing and attestation, he was of
sound and disposing mind and memory.
and subscribed before me
This the 1st
day June 1925.
James T. Warren Probate of will in common form at Chambers.
following petition of Mrs. Lucinda Warren praying probate in common form
of the will of James T. Warren deceased and further praying that letters
testamentary do issue to her bring supported by the affidavit annexed
hereto of _____ (no name) one of the witnesses to the said will, and the
contents of said petition appearing to be true, it is ordered by the
court that said will be admitted to record as satisfactorily proven in
testamentary issued to the same Mrs. Lucinda Warren, the executor named
in said will, upon her taking and subscribing the usual oath of office.
day of June 1925.
Lucinda Warren do solemnly swear that this writing contains the true
last will of the within named James T. Warren, deceased, as far as I
know and believe, and I will well and truly execute the same in
accordance with the laws of this State. So help me God.
and Subscribed before me
day of June 1925