<br />WILL AND DECREE RECORD
<br />28081 —The Augustine Co., Grand Island, Nebr.
<br />The Court finds that said Barbara Becker died siezed, as owner in fee simple of an undivided
<br />one -third (1/3) interest in the following described real property, to -wit:
<br />East one -third (E -1/3) of Lot Three (3), in Block Eight -one (81), Original Town,
<br />now city of Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska.
<br />Lots Five and Six (5,& 6) in Block Thirteen (13), Boggs & Hill's Addition to the
<br />city of Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska.
<br />That according to the laws of the State of Nebraska, the said real property descended in fee
<br />simple, to the children of said Barbara Becker, deceased, in manner and form following, to -wit:
<br />To George N. Becker, a son, One eighteenth (1/18), to John H. Becker, a son, one eighteenth (i /18),
<br />to Edward A. Becker, a�reon, one eighteenth (1 /1S), to Clara M. K�ahut, a daughter, One eighteenth
<br />(1118), to Anthony J. Becker, a son, One eighteenth (1/18), to Lucy M. E. Rigdon, a daughter, one
<br />eighteenth (1/19), interest.
<br />The court further finds that at the time of her death Barbara Becker did not own any personal
<br />property in the State of Nebraska.
<br />IT IS THEREFORE, CONSIDERED BY THE COURT, that under the laws of the State of Nebraska, the
<br />estate of said Barbara Becker, deceased, in the State of Nebraska, did pass and descend in manner
<br />anf form as hereinbefore set forth and that the same is so assigned.
<br />Charles Bossert
<br />COUNTY J GE
<br />IN THE COUNTY COURT OF HALL COUNTY, NEBRASKA
<br />STATE OF NEBRASKA, ) ss. I. Charles Bossert County Judge of Hall County, Nebraska, do hereby
<br />HALL COUNTY ) certify that I have compared the foregoing copy of Final Decree entered
<br />IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF BARBARA BECKER, DECEASED, with the original record thereof, now
<br />remaining in said Court, that the same is a correct transcript thereof, and of the whole of such
<br />original record; that said Court is a Court of Record having a seal, which seal is hereto attached;
<br />that said Court has no Clerk authorized to sign certificates in his own name, and that I am thee.
<br />legal custodian of said Seal and of the Records of said Court, and that the foregoing attestation
<br />Is in due form of law.
<br />IN TESTIMONY 14HEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the County Court, at
<br />Grand Island, this 27th day of November 1946.
<br />Charles Bossert
<br />( SEAL) oun y Judge.
<br />Filed for record this 27 day of November 1946 at 4:30 o'clock'-P. M.
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<br />WILL AND DECREE
<br />LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
<br />IRA GIBSON.
<br />KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
<br />That I, Ira Gibson, of Hall County, Nebraska, being of sound mind and under no compulsion,
<br />but not unmindful of the uncertainties of human life, do hereby make, publish and declare this,
<br />my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made:
<br />I direct that my just debts and funeral expenses be first paid out of my estate.
<br />The rest, residue and remainder of my estate, of any and all natures whatsoever, I hereby
<br />give, devise and bequeath unto William Reutlinger and Harold A. Prince, of Grand Island, Hall
<br />County, Nebraska, in trust, however, to the following uses and purposes:
<br />(a) To have and to hold the same in trust until the death of Thomas McCullough,., the widower
<br />of my deceased daughter.
<br />(b) On the death of Thomas McCullough, I hereby give, devise and bequeath so much of the
<br />trust estate as may remain undisposed of, unto my grandson, Carl McCullough, of Grand Island, Hall
<br />County, Nebraska.
<br />(b) I am not unmindful of my granddaughter, Martha Ellen McCullough, but for my own personal
<br />reasons, I direct that the said Trustees turn over the trust estate to Carl McCullough to dispose
<br />of as he sees fit, and to his heirs forever, leaving it optional with the said Carl McCullough
<br />whether he will turn over any part thereof to the said Martha Ellen McCullough.
<br />(c) My said Trustees shall have power to bargain, sell,
<br />Ira Gibson
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<br />transfer, convey, mortgage and otherwise lien, any and all property of which I may die possessed,
<br />either real or personal, and to make, execute and deliver such deeds, mortgages, bills of sale,
<br />or other conveyances-as may be necessary to effect the above purposes.
<br />(d) My said Trustees shall have full power and authority to collect all the rent or income
<br />from the property of which I may die possessed, and may, at their option, pay over such part of the
<br />net income as they may elect to my said grandson, Carl McCullough, during the term'of the trust.
<br />I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint the said William Reutlinger and the said Harold A.
<br />Prince to be the Executors and Trustees of this, my last Will and Testament, and in the event of
<br />the death, refusal to serve or discharge for any reason, of either one of the two said Executors
<br />and Trustees, then I direct the Probate Judge to appoint George Weichman, of Grand Island, Hall
<br />County, Nebraska, as successor trustee, with full power as the original Trustee.
<br />Dated at Grand Island, Nebraska, this 7th day of February, 1940,
<br />Ira Gibson