Will of Mary A. Miller
[Will Book 1, pages 210-211 (transcribed by Beverly Burton Culbreth)]

I Mary A. Miller formerly of Franklin County, Tenn, but now of So Pittsburg, Tenn do hereby make and publish this as my last will and testament, hereby revoking all others at any time by me previously made.


I direct that all my debts be paid out of any monies I may die possessed of or that may first come into the hands of my executor or executrix.


I appoint my daughter Mrs Martha A Johnston my executrix and she will not be required to make any bond in order to administer my said estate.


I give and bequeath to my said daughter Mrs. Martha A Johnston all my property both real and personal wherever the same be situated including all notes, accounts, due bills, bonds, stocks or any other chose in action by other evidence of debt whatsoever be its character or nature my intention is to give her all the property I may die seized and possessed of of every kind and character.


In witness where I have hereto set my hand and seal and have requested A. A. Cook, Augusta Cook & W. D. Spears to witness this

my last and testament this Aug 29, 1905

Mary A. Miller

W. D. Spears
Augusta Cook
A. A. Cook

We W. D. Spears, A. A. Cook and Augusta Cook attest this will as witnesses at the request of Mrs. Mary A. Miller and in her presence and in the presents of each other this August 29, 1905

W. D. Spears
A. A. Cook
Augusta Cook