T. Pollard of the County of Wilcox State of Georgia declare this to be
my last will and testament.
I want all
my personal property except one two horse wagon to remain as it is until
this crop is made gathered and sold and then to be sold and the expenses
of making and gathering this crop to be deducted from the said amount
and the balance if any to go to my wife as a years support.
And my real
estate and the said two horse wagon to be sold as soon after my death as
it can be legally done and my entire indebtedness to be paid out of the
proceeds of said sale. Ant the balance if any is to be divided equally
between my wife and each of my children and I want my daughter Annie
Clifford Pollard to have her Mothers Bureau and Feather bed and the
balance of my household goods is to be turned over to Mary Patricia
Pollard my wife to do with as she sees fit. And I want each of my
children from my first wife to share equally in the proceeds of their
whereof I William T. Pollard have hereunto set my hand and seal this
Seventh day of March in the year of our lord One Thousand Nine Hundred
our hands this 7th day of March A.D. 1911.