Will of William McIntyre
[Will Book 1, pages 246-247 (transcribed by Beverly Burton Culbreth)]
I William McIntrye Sr. being of sound mind hereby make my last will and testament to wit.
First, I will or bequeath a certificate for $500.00 (Five Hundred Dollars) on Bank of Atlanta Ga. to be
divided equally between my son Robert, and my daughter Mary.
Second:- I bequeath an insurance police made to my wife of $1000.00 (one Thousand Dollars) in Volunteer
State Life Ins. Co., to be divided equally between my wife Elizabeth McIntyre, my son Robert McIntyre and
my daughter Mary McIntyre.
Third, I bequeath $800.00 or thereabout, cash in First National Bank of Chattanooga to be divided equally
between my wife Elizabeth McIntyre, my son Robert McIntyre and my Daughter Mary McIntyre.
Fourth I bequeath $1000.00 (One Thousand Dollars) Stock in Battle Creek Coal & Coke Co., Orme, Tennessee,
to my son Wm. McIntyre Jr. on condition that he use proceeds of same, for my son Roberts necessities. I
also bequeath to my son William McIntyre Jr. our encyclopedia (Americanized Brittanica).
Fifth. I will or bequeath to my son David McIntyre my set of 7 volumes of Shakespeare and enough other
poems to make the number of volumes ten.
Sixth, I will or bequeath to my son John McIntyre the large family Bible, and my dictionary of Universal
Seventh: I will or bequeath to my son Charlie McIntyre a small bible and 10 (ten) volumes of poets, or
Eighth all household goods and other to be divided equally between all my children after my wife selects
such things, as she needs from the same.
Ninth. I hereby bequeath to my son James McIntyre 10 or 12 volumes of misscellanous [sic] books.
I do hereby appoint my son Wm McIntyre Jr. as executor of this will without bond He to have charge of
funds made to my son Robert and my daughter Mary- My son Robert to have $15.00 per month and my daughter
Mary to have $10.00 per month.
This 29th day December 1911
O. S. Deathridge