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<br />FINAL DECREE AND WILL.
<br />IN THE COUNTY COURT OF HALL CCUi1TY, NEBRASKA.
<br />In the Matter of the Estate of
<br />Samuel Huston, Deceased. ) FINAL DECREE.
<br />Now off} this 29th day of 'Septerpber, 1910, this cause came on for hearing upon
<br />the -final report of Samuel C. Ruston, Administrator with the Will annexed of the estate of
<br />Samuel Huston, deceased, and it satisfactorily appearing to the court from the proof now
<br />on file, that all persons interested in the estate. of said deceased have been duly notified
<br />by publication, as required by the order of court, of the filing of said re -port and of the
<br />time and place fixed for final settlement of said estate and no one appearing to object,
<br />and it'further appearing to the court, after a full examination of said account that same
<br />is correct in all respects and ought to be approved, it id therefore,
<br />ORDERED, ADJUDGED ANE' DECREED that the report of Samuel C. Huston, Administrator of
<br />the estate of Samuel Huston. deceased, be and the same is hereby approved and allodtred as
<br />and for his final account.
<br />The court finds that due notice was given all credit ors of the said Samuel Hustch,
<br />deceased, of the time allowed and place appointed for filing claims against his estate, as
<br />required by the law and the order of court; that the time allowed for filing claims has
<br />fully expired; that all claims filed and allowed by the court have been fully paid and
<br />satisfied; that all claims against said estate not filed, if any there be, are forever
<br />barred and excluded.
<br />It is therefore Ordered and Considered that all persons are forever barred from filing
<br />or the of Samuel Huston, deceased, and that said es-
<br />setting up any claims against estate
<br />tate is fully closed and settled.
<br />The Court finds that the said Samuel Huston departed this life on the 24th day of Dec-
<br />ember, 1909, leaving a last will and testament iNhich was duly allowed and admitted to pro-
<br />bate in this court on the 28th day of December., 1909, and that he left surviving him as his
<br />heirs at law and his only heirs at law, the following persons:
<br />HANNAH ELVEN'E FENI i4RE, 1dINERVA VIRGINIA HEMMIN(MOUSE and AU4A JOSEPHINE CLARK, his
<br />The Court further finds that the said Samuel Huston was at the time of his death the
<br />owner' of the fallotfring described real estate situate in the County of Hall and State of
<br />Nebraska, to-wit:
<br />Lots 6 & 8 in Block 15 in Scarf's Addition to the City of Grand Island, and Lots 12)
<br />13 and 14, in Block 3 in Boggs & Hill's Addition to Grand Island, and that under the terms
<br />and provisions of the last will and testament of the said Samuel Huston said real estate
<br />did pass and descend at his death to the said Hannah Elvene Fenimore, Minerva Virginia Hem -
<br />minghouse and Alma Josephine Clark, his daughters, to have and to hold to them and to their
<br />heirs and assigns as tenants in common.
<br />that Lots 6 &8 in Block 15 Scarf's
<br />It is therefore Adjudged and Considered by the court
<br />Addition to Grand Island, and Lots 123 13 and 14 in Block 3, in Boggs & Hill's Addition to
<br />Grand Island, all in Hall County, Nebraska, did Pass and descend at the death of Samuel Hus-
<br />ton, under the terms of his last will and testament , to Hannah Elvene Fenimore, 11inerva
<br />Virginia Hen- minghouse and Alma Josephine Clark, in equal shares to have and to hold to thorn
<br />and their heirs and assigns forever.
<br />The Court finds that the cash legacies of Two Thousand Dollars each to Hannah Elvene Fen -
<br />imore and Minerva Virginia Herilmingliouse have been paid in full as shown by receipts of the
<br />legatees on file, and that the costs of administration have been and that the admin-