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Minnie Mae Sanders
July 12, 1906 - Sept. 5, 1906
Currituck Co. Will Book 5; pg. 362,363
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In the name of God Amen.
I Minnie Mae SANDERS of the County of Currituck in the State of North Carolina being sick and weak in body but of sound mind and memory blessed be God, do this the Twelfth 12 day July in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Six make and publish this my last will and testament the manner and form following that is to say that all of my property that is my chattle property
First I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved daughters Mary Bell SANDERS and Sadie Mae SANDERS two largest feather beds and steads and all the bed clothing one beroue, one sewing machine two large pictures and frames two trunks one folding table one lamp.
Second I then gave to Cora SANDERS my youngest daughter one saft [safe?], one clock all of my dishes and cook stove and cooking thing and all the reast of my chattel property that I have not given to my two first daughters.
I also ordain nominate & appoint Mr. Noah OWENS executor to this my last will and testament to see that my two daughters first gets the property that I have given & bequeath to them then to see that my last name daughter Cora SANDERS get hers.
I acknowledge this to be my last will and testament and no other.
/s/ Mamie M. SANDERS seal
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
State of North Carolina } In Superior Court
Currituck County } Before E.W. ANSELL Clerk
In Re Estate }
of } Order for Probate of will
Minnie M. SANDERS, deceased }
A paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Minnie M. SANDERS, dec’d is exhibited in open court for probate by Noah OWENS executor therein named and the due execution thereof by the said Minnie M. SANDERS, dec’d is duly proven by the oath and examination of M.D. GUARD and S.R. DAIL subscribing witnesses thereto and it is further shown to the satisfaction of the court by said witnesses that the said Minnie M. SANDERS was at the time of making said will of sound mind and memory of full age to execute a will and under no restraint to their knowledge information or belief.
It is thereupon considered adjudged and decreed that said proof is sufficient and according to law and that said paper writing is and contains the last will and testament of Minnie M. SANDERS dec’d and it is ordered that said will be admitted to probate and recorded in the Book of Wills of Currituck County and as such filed as provided by law in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court of said County
/s/ E.W. ANSELL, Clerk of the Superior Court
Dated this the 5th day of September 1906
} In Superior Court before E.W. ANSELL,
Clerk Superior Court
In the matter of the will of }
Minnie M. SANDERS dec’d}
Noah OWENS being duly sworn doth say: that Minnie M. SANDERS late of said County is dead having first made and published her last will and testament and that Noah OWENS is the executor named therein.
Further that the property of the said Minnie M. SANDERS consisting of household and kitchen furniture is worth about $80.00 so far as can be ascertained at the date of this application; and that Mary Bell SANDERS, Jarvisburg, N.C., Sadie Mae SANDERS, Powells Point, N.C., Cora SANDERS Mamie, N.C. are the parties entitled under said will to the said property.
/s/ Noah OWENS
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day
of September 1906.
/s/ E.W. ANSELL, Clerk Superior Court
Noah OWENS the executor above named having qualified by
taking the oath prescribed by law. Let letters testamentary issue accordingly
this 5th day of September 1906.
/s/ E.W. ANSELL, Clerk Superior Court
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