JOEL DODD WILL
I, Joel Dodd, being of sound mind and disposing memory but feeble from
age, realizing the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death, do make
and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking any and all
other wills heretofore by me at any time made,
3rd Upon the death of my wife, I desire and do hereby give to my Son J.T. Dodd, all of my real estate for which hi is to pay to my estate the sum of $1800.0
Out of the $1800.00 to be paid by Son
for the land I direct First that the sum of $100.00 each shall be paid to
Claudie Dodd, and Minnie
4th, I nominate and appoint as my executors under this will my Sons J.T.
Witness my hand this Oct 6, 1913. (Signed) Joel Dodd
We the undersigned witness signed the above will at the request of the
maker and same was signed by him in our presence
State of Tennessee,
This day personally came before the court W. P. Hastings and W. P.
McClure, the two subscribing witness to the foregoing will, who after being
duly sworn proved the due execution of the foregoing will by the testator
therein named and upon the date therein mentioned, whereupon the court
ordered the same certified and the will recorded.
Typed as written. Submitted Wed, 13 Jul 1999 by Ann Wall