<br />THE AUGU.TINE CO. 18600.12.86
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<br />that I have compared the foregoing copy of Final Decree entered IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ELLA
<br />M.PAINE, DECEASED, with the original record thereof, now remaining in said Court, that the same is
<br />a correct transcript thereof, and of the whole of such original record; that said Court is a Court
<br />of Record having a seal, which seal is hereto attached; that said Court has no Clerk authorized to
<br />sign certificates in his own name, and that I are the legal custodian of said Seal and of the Records
<br />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, at Grand
<br />Island, this 8th day of September, 1937.
<br />Paul N.Kirk
<br />(SEAL) County Judge
<br />Filed for record this 8th day of September, 1937, at 11 :00 o'clock A.M.
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<br />FINAL DECREE
<br />IN THE COUNTY COURT OF HALL COUNTY, NEBRASKA
<br />In the matter of the estate )
<br />of ) FINAL DECREE
<br />Charles W.Shultz, Deceased. )
<br />Now, on this 8th day of September, 1937, this cause came on for hearing upon the final report of
<br />William Suhr, Administrator.
<br />The Court finds that due and legal notice of the time and place for hearing said final account has
<br />been given to all persons interested in said estate, as provided by law, and the Court finds that
<br />said final account is in all respects true and correct, and that due notice to creditors has here-
<br />tofore been given as by law provided; that there were no Federal or state inheritance taxes to be
<br />paid, and that the expenses of administration have been paid.
<br />The Court finds that the deceased at the time of his death was the owner, in fee simple, of the
<br />following described real estate:
<br />The west 129 feet of the following described property, to -wit: Commencing at a point 100 feet north
<br />of a point 23J rods north of a point 33 feet east of the southwest corner of Section 15, Township
<br />11 North of Range 9 West of the 6th P.M., thence from the first named point (said point being in
<br />the east boundary line of the County Road adjoining) running thence north along on the east boundary
<br />line of said road for a distance 'of 65 feet; thence east, running at right angles with said east
<br />line boundary of said road for a distance of 16 rods; thence south, parallel with said east line
<br />of said road for a distance of 65 feet; thence west to place of beginning for a distance of 16 -
<br />rods, being a rectangular piece of ground sixty -five feet wide north and south and a depth of 129
<br />feet east and west, all in Hall County, Nebraska.
<br />That he left surviving him, as his sole and only heirs at law:
<br />Ada Dovenbarger, a sister,
<br />William H.Shultz, a brother,
<br />Melissa Cline, a sister,
<br />Jay M. Shultz, a brother,
<br />David Shultz, a nephew
<br />Charles W.Shultz, a nephew
<br />said nephews being the children of David E.Shultz, a brother of Charles W.Shultz, deceased, and
<br />who died prior to the date of the death of said Charles W.Shultz, deceased,
<br />That under the laws of descent of the state of Nebraska, said real estate passed and descended to
<br />said Ada Dovenbarger, William H.Shultz, Melissa Cline, Jay M.Shultz, David Shultz, and Charles W.
<br />The Court further finds that said real estate has been sold in the District Court of Hall County,
<br />Nebraska., in proceedings brought by the administrator for license to sell real estate, and that the
<br />proceeds have been accounted for.
<br />The Court further finds that said estate is insolvent and.%bexg are no funds with which to pay the
<br />That the time for filing claims has expired, and any claims not filed are forever barred.
<br />IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED AJD DECREED BY THE COURT that the final account of William Suhr