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Upon George Welch's death, he was survived by his third wife, Dorothy Welch, and his daughter by his first marriage, Patricia Fisher. At the time George and Dorothy were married, George was in very poor health and he relied on Dorothy to care for him. George was suicidal and an alcoholic and suffered from severe depression. During the eight months ...
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Willie Mae Arant executed her Last Will and Testament in her home with two witnesses present. The original will could not be found after Arant's death, so a copy of the will was filed and admitted in Probate Court. The will left the bulk of the estate to Melvin Bolton, Arant's nephew, and Kent Sutcliffe, Arant's grandson. The evidence tended to sho...
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George Washington Croom died testate. In his will, Croom left various bequests of real and personal property to his children and a grandchild. In Item Eight of his will, Croom stated "I leave nothing whatsoever to my daughter Kathryn Elizabeth Turner, and my son Ernest Edward Croom." At his death, Croom also left three optional share certificates i...
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Mamie Henry, a widow, died leaving no children, but she was survived by several nieces and nephews. At first, no will was found, and Joe Barksdale, a nephew, was appointed administrator of Mrs. Henry's estate. Later, Rita Pendergrass produced a copy of a will allegedly made by Mrs. Henry. The will left all of Mrs. Henry's property to Mrs. Pendergra...
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John Hobelsberger lived alone on his farm near Kranzburg, South Dakota. A grandniece, Phyllis Raml, and her husband, Ralph, lived on and operated a farm about two miles away. Hobelsberger and the Ramls had a friendly and cordial relationship. The Ramls visited him rather frequently and largely cared for him during his later years. Hobelsberger was ...
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