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<br />of the last will and testament of said Henrietta Nyboe,deceased,the real estate hereinbefore
<br />described passed,by absolute title,to Henrietta Montgomery,a daughter,.of said deceased,and
<br />" distribution thereof is hereby accordingly made.
<br />Paul N.Kirk
<br />County Judge.
<br />State of Nebraska,
<br />Hall County In the County Court of Hall County,Nebraska
<br />I,Paul N.Kirk,County Judge of Hall County,Nebraska,do hereby certify that I have compared
<br />the foregoing copy of LAST WILL AND TESTAIAENT,CERTIFICATE OF PROBATE,AND FINAL DECREE IN
<br />the Estate of Henrietta, Nyboe,Deceased,with the original record thereof,now remaining in
<br />!. said Court,that the same is a correct transcript thereof,and of
<br />record;tha.t said Court is a Court of Record having a seal,which
<br />that said Court has no Clerk authorized to sign certificates in
<br />the legal custodian of said Seal and of the Records of said Cou
<br />attestation is in due form of law.
<br />IN TESTIMONY MiEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and affixed
<br />Court ,at Grand Island,this 16th day of July 1929
<br />the whole of such original
<br />seal is hereto attached;
<br />his own name,and that Iam
<br />rt,and that the foregoing
<br />the seal of the County
<br />(SEAL) Paul N. Kirk
<br />County Judge.
<br />Filed for record this 16 day of July 1929,at 1:45 o'clock P.M.
<br />gister of Deeds
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<br />WILL,CZRTIFICATE,CODICILS AND DECREE
<br />I,John Reimers,of grand Island,Nebraska,being of sound mind and disposing memory,do make
<br />r and publish this,my last will and testament,in the manner and form following:
<br />I direct that my just debts,if any,and the expenses attending my burial be first paid.
<br />I am justly proud of all my dear children and as between them my loge and affection know
<br />no favorite. It is my earnest desire and sincere purpose to so dispose of my property among
<br />them,that the benefits received by each of them frdm me,during my lifetime and after my
<br />death ,will be equal,one with the other,trusting andpraying that after I have passed away:,
<br />they will continue those harmonious family relations which were such a joy to their dear_.
<br />mother and to me.With these purposes in view,1 recall to my dear children the fact that when
<br />each was married or engaged in business for themselves,I gave them each $9,000,not in money,
<br />but in lands,at their then estimated value. My sons,Theodore,Oscar.,and Terry each received
<br />large ranohes,invoieed at low cash prioes,exceeding in value considerably more than $8,000,
<br />and while it is true they have paid the excess to me,yet my daughter,Alma,reoeived a much
<br />smaller tract of land,valued as a whole at only $8,000,and has not had to pay any balance
<br />due to me by reason thereof,yet times and conditions and the great rise in land values have
<br />brought it about that at the present time,my sons hate been benefitted many thousands of
<br />dollars more than my daughter,by my intended equal gift to them at the time they married
<br />or engaged in business for themselves.Again,my sons,following my own business and operating
<br />for many years under my advice and with my financial assistanee,had a great advantage in
<br />accumulating over my daughter ,so that I feel today that I have not rendered my daughter the
<br />same assistance that I have given to her brothers. Since the passing of my dearly beloved
<br />�1 wife,it has fallen the lot of my daughter,Alma,to look after my home,to care for me during
<br />j my sickness and this will,doubtless,00ntinue during the remainder of my days here on earth.