Randolph County, Indiana
July 20, 1907
I, Peter Stick of Ridgeville Randolph County, Indiana make and publish this my last Will and Testament.
Revoking all former wills by me made in consideration of the fact that for fourteen years or more I have been badly crippled with Rheumatism and almost helpless, needing and requiring the constant care and attention of others, and in so much as my son,
Samuel Stick and Eunice Stick, his good wife, with whom I have lived all these years, have lovingly and
patiently gave me the care and attention I so much needed, and while it is within my power to partly remunerate them for their kind consideration toward me; I do hereby give and desire to them the said Samuel Stick and the said Eunice Stick (Jointly) my farm in Ward Township, county & State aforesaid, towit, the east half of the South West quarter of section number one Town Twenty one north Range fourteen East, and I have this day conveyed the same to them by a warrantee deed, to be held in Escrow until the time of my decease when it is to be delivered to them by the holder thereof.
It is my will that at the time of my decease that my Executor shall first pay all of my debts and my funeral expenses out of my personal estate, after which the residue thereof shall be divided as follows, towit: One third to my daughter
Isabelle Mock, One third to my two grandchildren Willard Pratt and Myrtle Sipe who are the only heirs of my deceased daughter Sarah Pratt and one third to my son Samuel Stick.
I do hereby nominate and afford Samuel Stick, aforesaid Executor of this my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the 20th day of July 1907.
Peter Stick (seal)
Signed and acknowledge by the Peter Stick as his last Will & Testament in our presence and signed by us in his presence.
John E Rickert
G D Williamson
Contributed by Ben Drollinger
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