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<br />LAST WILL AND TESTAMEITT .
<br />I. Helen L. Guyer, being of sound mind and memory, do make and publish this, my last will
<br />and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me at any tire made.
<br />1- I direct that all my just debts, including funeral expenses and the expenses of administra-
<br />tion be paid by my executors.
<br />11- I devise and bequeath to my son Julius William Guyer, three fourths of the residue and remain
<br />der of my estate, both real and personal.
<br />X11- I devise and bequeath one fourth of the said residue and remainder of my estate to such of
<br />my children as shall survive me, and to such children of my deceased husband, Charles F. Guyer,
<br />as shall surviveme each to receive an equal mart.
<br />1V- If my son, Julius William Guyer, does not survive me, and leaves no legal issue, I give
<br />and bequeath his portion of my estate to such of my children as shall survive me, and to the legai
<br />issue of any deceased child or children by way of representation of such child or children foreve4
<br />in equal parts. And I hereby appoint my son William H. Guyer, executor of this my last
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<br />trill, In Witness whereof, I have hereunder set my hand this 25th day of Sept. 1902. j
<br />Helen L. Guyer.
<br />Attestation of Witnesses.
<br />Helen L. Guyer, of Glenwood, Iowa, signed the foregoing instrument at the date it bears, in
<br />the presence of each and both of us, she at the time being of sound mind and memory and fully
<br />competent to transact any and all business, and she at the time declaring the foregoing instru-
<br />ment to be her Last Will and Testament.
<br />And at the same time, and as a hart of the same transaction and at the special request of the l
<br />.said Helen L. Guyer and in the presence of each other, we sign this attestation, as Witnesses to
<br />the due execution and signing of said Last Will and Testament.
<br />Witness our hands at Glenwood, Iowa, this 25th day of Septenber, A.D. 1902.
<br />Wm. M. Lamb.
<br />E. R. Herrick.
<br />State of Nebraska )
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<br />Hall County )
<br />On this 10th day of July, 1909, the within last will and testament
<br />of Helen L. Guyer was duly proved before me, J. H. Mullin, County Judge of Hall County, according
<br />to law, as the last will and testament of the real and personal estate of the said deceased and
<br />the same was admitted to probate and duly recorded in this office.
<br />In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the County Court, this
<br />10th day of July, A.D . 1909.
<br />J. H. Mullin,
<br />(SEAL) (copy) County Judge.
<br />IN THE COUNTY COURT OF HALL CCUNTY, NEBRASKA.
<br />In the Matter of the Estate of )
<br />FINAL DECREE.
<br />Helen L. Guyer, deceased.
<br />Now on this 9th day of April, 1910, this cause came on for
<br />hearing; upon the final report of William H. Guyer, Executor of the Last Will and Testament of
<br />Helen L. Guyer, deceased and it satisfactorily appearing to the Court, from the proof now on file
<br />that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased have been duly notified by publication
<br />of the filing of said report, and of the time and place fixed for the hearing thereon, as require
<br />by law and the order of court dated March 28, 1910, and no one appearing to object to the allow -
<br />ance of said account, and it further appearing to the Court after a full examination thereof,
<br />that said report is correct in all respects and ought to be approved and allowed, it is therefore
<br />ORDERED, ADJUDGED., AND DECREED that the -report of William H. Guyer, Executor, be and the