Will of Charles R. Kellerman
[Will Book 1, page 323 (transcribed by Pam Collier)]
I, C. R. Kellerman, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do hereby make, publish and
declare the following as and for my last will and testament: thus revoking all former wills
and testamentary dispositions:
After the payment of my debts, I give and bequeath, absolutely and forever, to my wife, Edith
Kellerman, all the remainder of my estate, real personal and mixed, wherever situated including
insurance on my life payable to me, my estate my executor or administration.
I hereby nominate and appoint my wife, Edith Kellerman, as the executor of this will and
testament and excuse her froming [sic- from] giving and [sic] bond as such.
Done at South Pittsburg, Tennessee, this October 25th, 1926, in the presence of the undersigned
whom I have requested to become subscribing witnesses hereto.
Charles R. Kellerman.
The foregoing instrument was signed, published and declared by C. R. Kellerman as and for his
last will and testament in our presence and we, at the same time, in his presence, at his
request and in the presence of each other, hereunto subscribe our names as subscribing
Alan S. Kelly