<br />WILL AND DECREE RECORD
<br />20081 —The Augustine Co., Grand Island, Nebr.
<br />In the County Court of Hall County,Nebraska
<br />State of Nebraska, )
<br />)ss. I,Charles Bossert County Judge of Hall County,Nebraska,do hereby
<br />Hall County ) certify that I have compared the foregoing copy of Decree entered
<br />IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ERNEST COONS,DECEASED, with the original
<br />record thereof,now remaining in said Court,that the same is*a correct transcript thereof,and of
<br />the whole of such original record ;that said Court is a Court of Record having a seal,which seal
<br />is hereto attached ;tha.t said Court has no Clerk authorized to sign certificates in his own name,
<br />and that I am the legal custodian of said Seal and of the Records of said Court,and that the
<br />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
<br />Grand Island, this 6th day of March 1946.
<br />_(SEAL) Charles Bossert
<br />County Judge
<br />Filed for record this 6 day of March,1946,at 4 o'clock P.M.
<br />Register of Deeds
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<br />WILL AND DECREE
<br />IN THE COUNTY COURT OF HALL COUNTY,NEBRASKA
<br />IN THE MATTER OF )
<br />THE ESTATE OF ) FINAL DECREE.
<br />MINNIE LESCHINSKY, deceased. )
<br />STATE OF NEBRASKA )
<br />COUNTY OF HALL )ss- At a session of the County Court held in and for said County,of Hall,
<br />State of Nebraska, this 6th day of March, 1946,
<br />Present: Charles Bossert, County Judge.
<br />BE IT REMEMBERED, that on the 6th day of February, 1946, Elizabeth Doll, Executrix of the
<br />estate of Minnie Leschinsky, deceased, filed in this Court her final account as such Executrix
<br />and a petition praying that said account be allowed, for a- decree of heirship, an order of dis-
<br />tribution, a final settlement thereon and discharge.
<br />For these purposes, the 6th day of March, 1946, at 10 o'clock A.M. at the County Court Room in
<br />said County was assigned as the time and place for hearing said petition, ekamining and allowing
<br />said account; and is was ordered that notice of the pendency of said petition be given to all
<br />persons interested in said estate, by publishing such notice in the Grand Island Independent, a
<br />legal newspaper printed in said County, for three weeks prior to said day of hearing; and it
<br />appears by proof on file that said notice was given as ordered by Court and that no objections to
<br />said final account have been made or filed."
<br />Upon examination of the record and the evidence in this natter and being duly advised in the
<br />premises, the Court finds as follows:
<br />That Minnie Leschinsky departed this life on the 20th day of August, 1945, at her home in
<br />Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska, testate, and at the.time of her death she was a resident
<br />of Hall County, Nebraska.
<br />That on the 25th day of August, 1945, Elizabeth Doll filed in this Court instruments purporting
<br />to be the Last Will and Testament and Codicil thereto of the said Minnie Leschinsky, deceased,
<br />wherein the said petitioner was named Executrix, and a petition offering said Will and Codicil for
<br />probate, alleging that said Minnie Leschinsky departed this life on August 20, 1945, in Grand Island
<br />Hall County, Nebraska, and on the 25th day of August, 1945, an order of this Court was made therein
<br />assigning the 19th day of September, 1945, at 10 o'clock A.M. in the County Court Room in said County
<br />as the time and place for hearing said petition, proving said Will and Codicil thereto, and admitting
<br />the same to probate and ordering that notice of the �)endency of said petition and hearing thereon
<br />be given to all persons interested in said matter by publishing said notice in the Grand Island In-
<br />dependent, a legal newspaper printed in said County, for three successive weeks prior to said day
<br />of hearing, and it appears by proof on file that notice of said order was so given.
<br />The Court further finds that on the 19th day of September, 1945, said instruments were proven,
<br />allowed and admitted to probate as the Last Will and Testament and Codicil thereto of the said
<br />Minnie Leschinsky, deceased, which Last Will and Testament, and Codicil thereto, are in words as
<br />The Last Will of Minnie Leschinsky
<br />I, Minnie Leschinsky, of Grand Island, Nebraska, hereby make this my Last Will, revoking all
<br />former Wills by me made.
<br />It is my wish that I be buried upon my family lot in the Grand Island Cemetery and my grave
<br />be marked with a headstone similar to the one placed on my husband's grave. The headstone shall
<br />be put in place within one year after my decease.
<br />I hereby appoint my sister Miss Elizabeth Doll of Grand Island, Nebraska, executrix of this
<br />Will and provide that she need give no surety upon any bond required from her
<br />I am indebted to my said sister in the sum of Three Thousand Dollars 03,000.00), evidenced by my
<br />promissory note, and it is my Will that said sum be treated as a claim against my estate and paid
<br />to her the same as any other claim. Should the Statute of Limitations have run against said claim,
<br />then this Will shall be treated as a written acknowledgment of the debt staying the running of the
<br />Any debts ownig..me at the time of my decease, be they promissory notes secured by real estate
<br />mortgage or unsecured, or any other debts which my sisters,Mifs: Anna Lumbard or Miss Elizabeth
<br />Doll, might oTae me, shall be cancelled and I hereby give to such debtors the amount they may be
<br />owing to me at the time of my decease.
<br />All the rest, residue and remainder, be the same real estate, personal property or mixed property
<br />of every kind and description, I hereby give, devise and bequeath unto my said sisters Anna Lumbard
<br />and Elizabeth Doll, to them as joint tenants, the intention being that in the event of the death of
<br />either of said devisees, the entire fee simple title to the real estate herein devised shall vest
<br />in the surviving devisee, such survivor and her heirs and assigns forever.
<br />I have made no provision fbr any of the relatives of my deceased husband as I feel under no
<br />obligations to them.
<br />It is my wish and desire that this Will be probated and my estate administered by the law firm
<br />of Mayer & Mayer, or either one of them, with whom I have discussed the provisions of this Will