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<br />12, North, of Range 12, 'test of the 6th P. M. and the East half of Lot 7 and all of lot 6, in
<br />block 48, in the City of Grand Island, Nebraska, and that under the lays of the State of Nebraska,
<br />all of said real estate descends to the said Sadie Chapman, T. S. Blair and Everett Rundlett, in
<br />equal shares and in absolute title. It is therefore ordered and adjudged that the final account
<br />of the said Bernice Hendricks, Administratrix, be and the same is hereby approved and allowed and
<br />upon her filing in this court receipts of the heirs for their respective shares in the distribu-
<br />tion of money she be discharged of her trust.
<br />And it is further considered by the Court that all of the above described real estate did descend
<br />at the death of the said Alice J. Rundlett by operation of law to the said Nellie Rundlett, Sadie
<br />Rundlett and Everett Rundlett and their heirs and assigns, in equal shares and in absolute title.
<br />J. H. Mullin.
<br />County Judge.
<br />May 20, 1904. Now came Bernice Hendricks, Administratrix, and filed receipts from W. S. Blair,
<br />Sadie Chapman and Everett Rundlett, by his guardian, W. E. Chapman, and she is therefore re-
<br />leased from her trust.
<br />J. K. Mullin.
<br />County Judge.
<br />State of Nebraska )
<br />Hall County ) IN COUNTY COURT Cr HALL COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
<br />I, J. H. Mullin, County Judge of Fall County, Nebraska, do hereby certify
<br />that I have compared the foregoing copy of Final Decree in the matter of the estate of Alice
<br />J. Rundlett, deceased, with the original record thereof, now remaining in said court, that the
<br />same is a correct transcript thereof, and of the whole of such original record; that said Court
<br />is a Court of Record having a seal, which__seal is hereto attached; that said court has no Clerk
<br />authorized to sign certificates in his own name, and that I am the legal custodian of said Seal and
<br />of the records of said court, and that the foregoing attestation is in due form of law.
<br />In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the county court,
<br />at Grand Island, this fifteenth day of March, 1910.
<br />J. H. Mullin.
<br />(SEAL) County Judge.
<br />Filed for record the 17th day of 7 „larch, 1910, at 4 P.M.
<br />County Clerk.
<br />IN COUNTY COURT, HALL COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
<br />In the matter of the Estate )
<br />FINAL DECREE.
<br />of Daniel Morgan. Deceased.
<br />Novi on this /2day of March, 1910, this cause came on for
<br />hearing upon the final report of Jennie ]VI. Pederson, Administratrix of the estate of Daniel Mor-
<br />an, deceased, and it appearing from the proofs on file in this case that due and legal notice, as
<br />required by law and the orders of this Court, had been given to all parties interested in said
<br />estate, of the filing of said final report and of the time And place for hearing thereof, 'and no
<br />objections being filed thereto, the Court, upon examination of said report and account finds that
<br />it is in all respects correct and should be allowed and approved. The Court further finds that
<br />said Administratrix has fully accounted for all of the property and estate that came into her
<br />possession or under her control, as by lair and the orders of this Court required, and further finds
<br />that as shown by the proof on file herein that due and legal notice has been given to all cred-
<br />itors of said estate as by law and the orders of this Court required to present their claims
<br />against said estate and that all the debts filed against said estate as well as the costs of ad-
<br />ministration have been fully paid by said Administratrix and that the time for filing claims as
<br />fixed by the Court has expired.