Last Will and Testament
This is to certify that I, Claude E. Simms, being of sound mind and memory do hereby give and bequeath to my wlfe, Nellie May Sims, all my worldly possessions consisting of stocks, bonds, notes, some real estate, cash in banks, and personal posessions.
I appoint my wife, Nellie May Sims, as executrix of my estate and request that she be not required to furnish any bond in that capacity.
Witness my signature this 29th day of May, 1920.
John J. Guyer
John W. Drummond
State of Indiana, Martin County, SS:
Before me, Sherman McPherson, Clerk of the Martin Circuit Court, personally came Earl K.Pfaff and Nellie May Sims, not one of tlie subscribing witnesses to the foregoing last will and testament of Claude E. Sims, late of Martin County, Indiana, deceased, and being duly sworn on oath says that they were not present at the execution of said last will but that 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 John J. Guyer and John W.Drommond 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.
Earl K.PfaffSubscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of January, 1921.
Nellie May Sims.
Sherman McPherson, Clerk