W. W. Beall
I, W. W.
Beall of the said State and County being of sound and disposing mind and
memory do make this my last will and testament herby revoking and
annulling all other by me heretofore made.
and direct that my body be buried in a decent and Christian like manner
suitable to my Circumstances and Conditions in life.
and direct that all of my just debts be paid without unnecessary delay
by my executors hereinafter named and appointed.
bequeath and devise to my beloved wife Fannie Goodwin Beall all of my
property both real and personal of any nature whatever for and during
her natural life and after her death to my children L. M. W. R. B. H.
Beall Mary Allen J.W. and T.H. Beall and Lizzie Swanson to be divided
equally among them share and share alike.
and direct to each of my children who have spent any money on keeping up
insurance on my life or for any other expense of like nature the amount
so expended shall be returned to them out of my estate after the death
of my said wife before a division is made of my property among my said
Constitute name and appoint my beloved wife Fannie Goodwin Beall and my
beloved son T. H. Beall as the executors of this my last will and
testament and I expressly confer upon them as such to administer my
estate excusing them from giving any bond or making any returns to any
court. This the 29th day of July 1920.
W. W. Beall
sealed declared and published by W. W. Beall as his last will and
testament in the presence of the said testator after he had signed his
name thereto and at his special instance and request and in the presence
of each other. This the 29th day of July 1920.