Will of Arminda Woodall
[Will Book 1, page 226 (transcribed by Beverly Burton Culbreth)]

Know all men by these presence that I Arminda Woodall, wife of John Woodall being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make my Last Will and testament. It is my will and desire that my beloved husband John Woodall have all the Real Estate that I may die possessed of & is my will that my husband use said property as he sees fit and dispose of the same as he may see fit. In the event that said John Woodall dies possessed of any of the real Estate that goes to him by reason of this Will, is to go to Mack Ellard who now lives in the State of Arkansas. It is my will and desire and I bequeath to my husband John Woodall all the personal property that I may possessed of and any money that I may have at the time of my death to be handled and used as he may think best. It is my will and desire and I nominate and appoint my husband John Woodall as my executor of this my last will and testment and without bond. I hereby revoke any will that I have heretofore made and do hereby publish and declare this to be my last will and testament Signed in the presence of

Arminda Woodall (her mark)

Attest to signature
Geo, E. Deathirdge
Mattie Thompson

The foregoing instrument was signed by the testator Arminda Woodall in our presence and in the presence of each other and declared by the testator to be her last will and testament and we at her request and in her presence and the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses to this her last will and testament this the 5th day of October 1915.

Geo. E. Deathridge
Mattie Thompson