Will Book C, Pages 549
Last Will and Testament of William M. Seal.
In the name
of God, and the Benevolent Father of all I, William M. Seal, of Loogootee,
Indiana, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do hereby make and declare
my Last Will and Testament, as follows, that is to say:
First: It is my will that all of my just debts be fully and
Second: I request that the executor of this my last will and
testament pay to my daughter, Agnes
Walker, the sum of fifty dollars, and that she be directed to use the funds in payment
of masses for myself and the deceased member of my family.
Third: I will and bequeath to my granddaughter, Gladys March
the sum of one dollar.
will and bequeath to my grandson, Harry Stout, the sum of one dollar.
Fifth: I will and bequeath the balance of my property, real,
personal, and mixed to my six children, namely, Agnes Walker, Loronzo Seal, Lydia
Carrico, Chris Seal, Ella Lee, and Flavian A. Seal, and that they share
Sixth: I hereby appoint Flavian A. Seal of Washington,
Davies [Daviess] County, Indiana, as the executor of this my last will and
In witness whereof, I, William M. Seal, have hereunto
subscribed my name, and I do hereby declare the above and foregoing to be my last
will and testament, in the presence of WALTER HAYS and FRANK H. WALKER, this
the second day of January, 1919.
The undersigned, do hereby certify that William M. Seal, did
in our presence, and in the presence of each other, sign and seal this above
instrument, of writing, and did openly in our presence and hearing and in the
presence and hearing of each other, declare that same to be his last will and
testament, and we do hereby in the presence of each other, and in the presence of
said William M. Seal, sign and subscribe our names in witness of the execution
of the foregoing instrument, this the 2nd day of January, 1919.
Sherfick Clerk of the Martin Circuit Court do hereby certify that the above and
foregoing last will and testament of William M. Seal, late of Martin County,
State of Indiana, deceased, was this day duly admitted to probate and record,
and the proof thereof duly made by Frank H. Walker and Walter Hay, subscribing
witnesses thereto, which said will, together with such proof, have been duly
recorded in records of Wills No. C. page 549. In this office.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court this 16 day of April, 1928.
Sherfick, Clerk Martin Circuit Court.