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Currituck County Wills
Aug. 15, 1904 - Sept. 12, 1904
Currituck Co. Will Book 5; pg. 337-338
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I this day asin all of my property to Edmond SNOWDEN my house hold and kitching furthing and mi track of land I bought of Mr. HALMOLTON near Gining Forks and an track of land I bought of Charles ASHABY over the little bridge up to Mr. W.H. LEEs land
/s/ Rose [her x mark] TURNER
August 15/ 1904
State of North Carolina } In Superior Court
Currituck County } Before E.W. ANSELL Clerk
In Re Estate }
of } Order for Probate of will
Rose TURNER, deceased }
A paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Rose TURNER dec’d is exhibited in open court for probate by Edmond SNOWDEN the devisee or legatee therein named, and the due execution thereof by the said Rose TURNER dec’d is duly proven by the oath and examination of D.E.SPRY and William SEYMORE subscribing witnesses thereto and it is further shown to the satisfaction of the court by said witnesses that the said Rose TURNER 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 Rose TURNER 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. Dated this the 12th day of September 1904.
/s/ E.W. ANSELL, Clerk Superior Court
State of North Carolina }
Currituck County }
In the matter of the Last Will } Before E.W. ANSELL
of Rose TURNER dec’d } Clerk Superior Court
Edmond SNOWDEN being duly sworn doth say, that Rose TURNER late of said County is dead having first made and published her last will and testament and that Edmond SNOWDEN is the devisee or legatee therein named. Further that the property of the said Rose TURNER consisting of four beds, some dining room dishes, clothing, cook stove & eight chairs is worth about $50 so far as can be ascertained at the date of this application, and that Edmond SNOWDEN is the party entitled under said will to the said property.
/s/ Edmond SNOWDEN
Sworn to and subscribed before me the 12th day of Sept. 1904.
E.W. ANSELL, Clerk Superior Court
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