Charles F. Chandler
Courtesy of Cathy Clark Beard
Transcribed as written with no intentional corrections or changes.

Will Book C, Page 513

 Last Will and Testament of Charles F. Chandler

             “I Charles F. Chandler of Dover Hill Martin County Indiana make this my last will. I give, devise, and bequeath my estate and property, real and personal, a follows that is to say:

             No. 1. I demand that all my legal debts be payed [sic].

             No. 2. I will and bequeath all my property both Real and personal to my wife Kittie Chandler, to have and to hold as her own.

             No. 3. I appoint Kittie Chandler as Executrix of all my estate that I may die possessed with and of this my will.

                         In witness whereof I have signed, sealed published and declared, this instrument as my will.

 This 26 day of February 1920

                                                                                    Charles F. Chandler, (SEAL)

 The said Charles F. Chandler at said time and place signed and sealed this instrument, and published and delivered the same as and for his last will in our presence. And we at his request, and in his presence and in the presence of each other, have hereunto written our names as subscribing witnesses.

            John R. Gaither,
            Robert Conquest.

State of Indiana, Martin County, SS:

             Before me, Elmer Harding, Clerk of the Martin Circuit Court, personally came Robert M. Conquest and John R. Gaither, of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing last will and testament of Charles F. Chandler, late of Martin County, Indiana, deceased, and being duly sworn on their oaths say that they were present at the execution of said last will; that the same was duly executed, that at the time of the execution thereof, said testator was of full age to devise his property, of sound mind and memory and not under any coercion or restraint, that said testator requested Robert W. Conquest and John R. Gaither, to sign said will as witnesses thereto, which they accordingly did in the presence of said testator and in the presence of each other as subscribing witnesses thereto.

                                                                                     Robert M. Conquest,
                                                                                    John R. Gaither.

             Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 23rd day of July, 1925. 

                                                                                    Elmer Harding, Clerk