Jacob Brownlow Treadway -
Donated by Claudia Angel
Jacob B. Treadway being of sound mind and disposing memory do make
ordain and publish this my last Will and Testament revoking and
making void all other wills by me at any time made.
First, I direct that as soon after my death as convenient all my
just debts and funeral expenses be paid by my Executors,
hereinafter mentioned, out of any personal property of which I may
die seized and possessed.
Second, I give and bequeath to my two sons C. E. Treadway and J.
B. Treadway the tract of land where I now reside situated in the
14th Civil District of Carter County and contains 50 acres more or
less. This bequest is made however on condition that my two
sons the said C. E. Treadway and J. B. Treadway shall within two
years after my death pay one hundred dollars to each of my
following seven children, on hundred dollars to Monrow Treadway,
one hundred dollars to Lillie Bell Henry wife of James Henry, one
hundred dollars to James Treadway, one hundred dollars to W. X.
Treadway, one hundred dollars to Carrie Nave wife of Oscar Nave,
one hundred dollars to Sallie Treadway. I have already given
to my other children what is considered their interest in my real
estate by executing deeds to them for their said interests.
nominate and appoint my son Monrow Treadway Executor of this my
last Will and Testament and no bond will be required of him.
Jan. 12, 1912
B. (his X mark) Treadway
R. T. Bowers
We, W. R. Allen and R. T. Bowers signed the foregoing will in the
presence of the testator, Jacob B. Treadway, and at his request,
he having declared in our presence that the same was his last will
Jan 12, 1910
R. T. Bowers