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1829-12-19 Will of George Applegate 5F5B

1829-12-19 Will of George Applegate 5F5B

Ohio State Archives

It appearing to the Probate Court on the 15th day of Feb'y A.D. 1830 the last will and Testament of George Applegate deceased was duly admitted to Probate and Record in the Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton County Ohio, and the Record of said will was afterwards by law transferred to the Probate Court of said County, and that the original record of said will was destroyed in the burning of the court house on March 29 A.D. 1884; but that the original will together with the endorsement thereon and the probate thereof upon the Journal of said Court were preserved; it is ordered by the Probate Court on its own motion that the Record of said will be and the same is hereby restored from said original will, endorsement and the Probate as provided by Statute in the words and figures following to wit:

State of Ohio, )
Hamilton County) ss

Hamilton Common Pleas Be it remembered that on the day and year aforesaid the last will and testament of George Applegate late of this county deceased, was this day duly presented to the Court for Probate and Record clothed in the words and figures following to wit:

In the name of God Amen I George Applegate of Hamilton County and State of Ohio and Springfield Township, being weak in body but sound and perfect mind, and memory, do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form as follows; (viz)

that all my personal property (except two beds and bedding and one large pot and bake oven) is to be sold.

First I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Hannah Applegate, one third of the product of the sale of said property, the other two thirds I do give and bequeath unto my three children (viz) Washington, Hamilton and Amanda Applegate, to be divided equally among them

and I further give and devise unto my said Beloved wife Hannah one third of my message or tenement, which I now live on situate in the township, county and State, first above written, while she remains my widow, and at the expiration of that term,

I do give and Bequeath the aforementioned one third of said Message and tenement unto my two youngest children Hamilton and Amanda and to be sold by their guardians, when they may think it most expedient and

I do further give and bequeath unto my son Washington the other two thirds of the above mentioned real estate to have and to hold the same, for his own benefit and behoof and

it is my request that my three children should choose guardians to manage their business for them until they become of age (i.e.) Washington, Hamilton and Amanda and

I do hereby appoint Arthur S. Sorter sole executor of this my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this nineteenth day of December in the year of our Lord Eighteen Hundred and Twenty nine.

George Applegate (seal)

Linked toGeorge Miller Applegate

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