Sample Last Will and Testament

Crenshaw County, Alabama Will Extracts

Will of Julius M. Baxter Will filed the 18th day of August 1917, Book A page 253-256, He was at the time of death was an inhabitant of this County. He departed this life at Luverne Ala. I will and bequeath to my children; Clara L. Pollard, Lewis C. Baxter and William J. Baxter all the land owned by me . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I hereby nominate and appoint my son William J. Baxter and my son-in-law, J.

1891 Abstracts from Crenshaw County Newspapers

BARNES – Mrs. Barnes the aged Mother of Rev. J. M. Barnes of Highland Home, died last week. 1)The Rutledge Wave – September 02, 1891 BENNETT – Amy Bennett an aged Negro womendied near Rutledge Saturday , she claimed to be over 100 years old, however there is no written record corroborating her statement, she was doubtless the oldest person in Crenshaw County. 2)The Rutledge Wave – February 04, 1891 BRADLEY –  Mr. Bradley, an aged citizen of Beat 7, dropped dead at his home last week. 3)Luverne Enterprise – July 17, 1891 BROOKS – On last Tuesday Benjamin Franklin,

Representative journals of the United States 1885

1929 Abstracts from Crenshaw County Newspapers

1929 Abstracts from Newspapers in Crenshaw Alabama FINLEY – Mr John Smith Finley died at his home in Kansas City,Missouri on last Saturday the 20th,after an illness of practically 18 months. he is survived by his wife Mrs. Willie Wood Finley and three children; Evelyn, Margie and Wood Finley of Kansas City Mo. three brothers J. D. – C. E. – and D. B. Finley, one sister Mrs Lizie Lassiter all of Luverne. Funeral and interment was at Kansas City,Mo. Mr Finley was born and reared near Luverne and lived here all his life with the exception of the past