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Contributed by Nell Lowe, 12 March 2001


Filed 4-26-1852  
Will and Deed Book “D” 
Monroe County, AL  1850-1856     
page 127

 

State of Alabama

Monroe County

 

The last Will and Testament of John G. Tart___

 I  John G. Tart being of sound mind proceed to make my last Will and testament 
as follows.  
 
first I will that of my effects all my debts and contracts be settled.

Secondly I will to Katharine Betha my daughter the north east fourth of the 
South half of the north west quarter of section Eight in Township nine of range 
Eight.

I will thirdly to Rebecca Rodgers and the heirs of her body to have and hold 
forever all my remaining lands to wit the north East quarter of the north west 
quarter of section seven in Township nine of Range Eight also the South East 
quarter of the West quarter and the north West quarter of the South East quarter 
of section seven in Township nine of Range Eight and the west half of the 
North west quarter of section seven in Township nine of Range Eight and the 
south East fourth of the north west quarter of section seven in Township nine 
of range Eight.  I also will to Rebecca Rodgers and the heirs of her body all 
my remaining property of any and every description consisting of cattle sheep 
Hogs horses corn fodder growing crops household and kitchen furnature with the 
following Exception to my son John C. Tart I will one black heifer and calf 
called negro

Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us this April 2nd 1852.

                                                         John G. Tart

Test Jesse T. Odom

        John O’Gwynn

        H. B. Farrish

 

 

The State of Alabama

Monroe County


Court of Probate Special Term  April 26th AD 1852


Before me Chas. H. Foster Judge of Probate of said county this day 
came Jesse T. Odom, H. B. Farrish and John O’Gwynn the subscribing witnesses 
to the foregoing Instrument who being duly sworn depose and say that 
John G. Tart signed said Instrument and acknowledged the same to be his 
last will and Testament on the day and year therein mentioned in the presence 
of these affiants who signed their names as witnesses thereto at the request 
and in the presence of said Testator and in the presence of each other and 
that the said John G. Tart at the time of Executing said will was of sound 
and disposing mind memory and understanding­­­­­­­­___

 

Sworn to and Subscribed                            H. B. Farrish

The 26th April 1852                                Jesse T. Odom

Ch Foster Judge                                    John O’Gwynn



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