Marshall County, Tennessee
Wills, Vol. C, pp 326
Transcribed by Barbara Collin donated to the TNGENWEB for Free Genealogy.
Nancy Glasscock's Will
I Nancy Glasscock of the County of Marshall in the State of Tennessee being of mature age and of sound mind do make
and declare this to be my last will and testament. It is my will and desire and I do so order and direct that my Executor
hereafter named shall pay my burial expenses and all of my just debts out of the first money money [sic] that shall come
into his hands from any portion of my estate real or personal. I will and devise to my sister Manerva J. Glasscock all of
my real and personal estate wherever situated or located to hold and to keep during her life and at her death if there be
anything remaining I will and desire that my cousin S. E. Glasscock daughter of Richard Glasscock deceased and my cousin
S. E. Glasscock daughter of H. D. Glasscock shall share equal in what remains.
I hereby nominate and appoint my cousin George Reavis Executor to this my last will and Testament and having full
confidence in his honesty and integrity I require no security of him as such Executor. In withness whereof I have
hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal the day and year above mentioned.
Test at request of the Testatrix.
Nancy Glasscock (Seal)
Who has subscribed to and acknowledged this to be her last will and Testament.
In our presence we hereunto subscribe our names as witness hereto in the presence of each other.
State of Tennessee}
This day personally appeared in open Court Isaac Reavis and George Reavis the two subscribing Witnesses to the foregoing
Will who after first being duly sworn according to law proved the due execution of the said Will by the testator,
Nancy Glasscock, upon the day and date therein named; Whereupon the Court ordered the same certified and the Will recorded.
Witness my hand at office, this
February 20th, 1899.
O. H. Orr, clerk