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Nuncupative Will

Wright Tomberlin

Nuncupative Will

Wright Tomberlin

 

State of Georgia

Wilcox County

Mr. John A. Tomberlin, George R. Tomberlin & Martha Tomberlin, were present on Friday September 17th in the year of Lord 1880 at the residence of Wright Tomberlin before & at the time of his death. About 10 hours before his death, in perfect possession of his mental facilities as appeared to us, said Wright Tomberlin, called upon the bystanders & upon the undersigned in particular to remember & take notice of what he was about to say, when he said that he had given to his son Wright S. Tomberlin lot of land no 110 in the first district of said County & State containing four hundred & ninety acres also his bay horse mule named Majer and devised his loving wife Martha Tomberlin would see that his wishes & desires in this regard were carefully carried out & controlled said named property for his son Wright S. Tomberlin until he became twenty-one years of age, also to control the person of said Wright S. Tomberlin until he becomes of age, he, Wright Tomberlin furthermore requested the undersigned to bear in mind that he owed Betty Fitzgerald his daughter, one hundred dollars that she had no kind of showing for & that the money was at that time in the house so he requested & desired that his beloved wife Martha Tomberlin to pay over to Betty Fitzgerald the one hundred dollars, after which he died the same day.

September 20th 1880

John A. Tomberlin

George R. Tomberlin

Marth Tomberlin (his mark)

 

State of Georgia Wilcox County

In person appeared before me J.G. Keene, a Justice of the peace in aforesaid county John A. Tomberlin & Martha Tomberlin, who being duly sworn say that this writing contains the just request & verbal disposition of the property named of Wright Tomberlin deceased, late of said county it is just & true in all its parts.

 

John A. Tomberlin

George R. Tomberlin

Martha Tomberlin (his mark)

 

Sworn to & subscribed before me

This 20th of Sept. 1880 J.G. Keene J.P.

 

State of Georgia Wilcox County

Term December 1880

In open court appeared John A. Tomberlin, George R. Tomberlin & Martha Tomberlin, who as subscribing witnesses & testify that they heard Wright Tomberlin make the request & that they assigned it in the presence of each other.

Swortn to & subscribed before me December 6th 1880

James C. Luke

Ordinary

 

Wright Tomberlin

Noncuprative Will

State of Georgia

Wilcox County

We G. R. Reid Sr, Elias Turner & D.F. McCrimmon were present Friday morning, September the seventeenth (17) eighteen hundred & eighty (1880) in the year of our Lord, at the residence of Wright Tomberlin before his death; about ten hours before his death in perfect possession of his mental faculties as appeared to us, said Wright Tomberlin called upon the bystanders & upon the undersigned in particular to render & take notice of what he was about to say, when he said that he had given to his daughter, Manda J. Wilcox the east half of land lot no. 106 in the first district of said county & state, but hed neglected to give her a deed to the same but now before these witnesses is given to his daughter Manda J. Wilcox & her children the east half of land lot no. 106 in the first district of said county & state, containing two hundred & forty five acres & he desired & requested that his friend G.R. Reid Sr. would see that his wishes & desires in this regard were carried fully out, dying on the same day.

September 20th 1880

G.R. Reid

Elias Turner

D.F. McCrimmon

 

Georgia Wilcox County

Court of the Ordinary

February term 1880

In person appeared before me J.G. Keene a Justice of the peace in & for said county, G.R. Reid, Elias Turner & D.F. McCrimmon, who being duly sworn say that this writing contains the request & verbal disposition of the property named of W. Tomberlin, deceased, late of said County & is just & true in all its parts.

 

Georgia Wilcox County

Court of the Ordinary

February term 1880

In open court appeared G.R. Reid, Elias Turner & D.F. McCrimmon who are subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will of Wright Tomberlin, deceased & testify that they heard Wright Tomberlin make the request & that they assigned the same in presence of each other.

Sworn to in open Court

This Feby 7th 1881

J.C. Luke

Ordinary

 

 

Source: Will Book 1858-1957

Film No. 271348

transcribed by Janet Moore
to provide free research
to Wilcox County families.
 
 

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