<br />STATE OF NEBRASKA)
<br />COUNTY OF HALL )
<br />deceased, filed in this
<br />said account be allowed,
<br />thereon and discharge.
<br />NO. 9 HALL COUNTY
<br />At a session of the County Court held in said County of Hall, State of
<br />Nebraska, this 23rd day of July, 1947. Present: Charles Bossert,
<br />County;Judge. BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 27th day of June, 1947,
<br />Paul D. Beckmann, Administrator of the Estate of Diedrich 0. Beckmann,
<br />Court his final account as such Administrator and a petition praying that
<br />for a decree of heirship, an order of distribution, a final settlement
<br />For thesepurposes, the 23rd day of July, 1947, at 10 o'clock A.M. at the County Court Room
<br />in said County was assigned as the time and place for hearing said petition, examining and allowing
<br />said account; and it 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 appears
<br />by proof on file that said notice was given as ordered by Court and that no objections to said
<br />final account have been made or filed.
<br />Upon examination of the record and the evidence in this matter, and being duly advised in the
<br />premises, the Court finds as follows:
<br />That Diedrich 0. Beckmann departed this life on the 11th day of January, 1947, in Grand
<br />Island, Hall County, Nebraska, intestate, and at the time of his death, he was a resident of Hall
<br />County, Nebraska.
<br />That on the 18th day of January, 1947, Paul D. Beckmann and Bernadine A. Gellersted, children
<br />of said Diedrich 0. Beckmann, deceased, filed in this Court a petition praying for the appointment
<br />of said `Paul:- D . Beckmann as Administrator of the estate of said deceased, and on the 18th day
<br />of January, 1947, an order of this Court was made therein, assigning the 14th day of February, 1947,
<br />at 10 o'clock A. M. at the County Court Room in said County as the time and place for hearing said
<br />petition, and ordering that notice of the pendency,of said petition and hearing thereon be given to
<br />all persons interested in said matter, by publishing said notice in the Grand Island Independent,
<br />a legal newspaper printed in said county, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing,
<br />and it appears by proof on file that notice of said order was given as ordered by this Court.
<br />The Court further finds that Paul D. Beckmann, named in said petition was, upon his giving
<br />bond in the sum of 5,000.00 as ordered by this Court, appointed Administrator as prayed; the Court
<br />further finds that the deceased at the time of his death, was a widower and that he left the
<br />following heirs -at -law: Paul D. Beckmann, a son, and Bernadine A. Gellersted, a daughter, both over
<br />the age of 21 years.
<br />That on the 14th day of February, 1947, an order was made herein allowing creditors three
<br />months from and after the 12th day of March, 1947, in which to file their claims against said
<br />estate, and said Administrator one year in which to settle said estate, and further ordering that
<br />a notice to creditors be published in the Grand Island Independent, a legal newspaper published
<br />and circulating in Hall County, Nebraska, for three successive weeks prior to said 12th day of
<br />March, 1947, and that a hearing on claims filed against said estate would be held at the office
<br />of the County Judge of Hall County, Nebraska, on June 14, 1947, at 9 o'clock A. M., and it appears
<br />by proof on file that notice of said order was published as ordered by this Court.
<br />The Court further finds that on the 24th day of April, 1947, said Paul D. Beckmann, as
<br />Administrator, filed in Court his inventory of the property of said estate, and that according to
<br />said inventory, the deceased died seized and possessed of the following described property, to -wit:
<br />Lot One (1) in Block One Hundred Four (104) of Railroad Addition to Grand Island in the City of
<br />Grand Island, Nebraska
<br />Government Lot Number Nine (9) of Section Sixteen (16) in Township Ten (10) North, Range Nine (9),
<br />West of the 6th P.M., being a tract containing five acres, a little more or less, according to the
<br />United States Survey thereof, in Hall County, Nebraska.
<br />An undivided interest in the following Lode Mining Claims: The Nebraska Little Grace, Crow Chief,
<br />Gardner Fraction, and Maine Lode Mining Claims, designated by the Surveyor General as Lots 1712,
<br />1715, 1716, in Cross Mining District, in Pennington County, South Dakota.
<br />Miscellaneous personal property of the approximate value of $4521.25
<br />The Court further finds that according to the loss of descent and distribution, said property
<br />descends as follows: An undivided one -half share thereof to Paul D. Beckmann and an undivided ome
<br />half share thereof to Bernadine A. Gellersted.
<br />The Court further finds that on the 16th day of May, 1947, Louis A. Holmes was appointed
<br />appraiser for inheritance tax purposes in said estate, that he took his oath and after notice of
<br />hearing as by law required, on June 23, 1947, filed his report as such appraiser, finding the net
<br />value of said estate to be $17,746.90 and accordingly subject to no inheritance tax whatsoever.
<br />The Court further finds that on the 14th day of June, 1947, an order of this Court was made
<br />barring all claims not filed against said estate and allowing claims filed prior thereto; the Court
<br />further finds that all debts and claims against said estate, including the costs of administration
<br />in said estate, have been paid and that there remains in the hands of said Administrator for
<br />distribution, no money whatsoever, he having made distribution of the $91.72 shown in his final
<br />report for distribution, prior to this date and has filed receipts showing such distribution; that
<br />there remains only the household furniture which belonged to said decedent and title to which
<br />household furniture passed under the laws of descent and distribution of the State of Nebraska, as
<br />hereinbefore stated in paragraph Sixth.
<br />The Court further finds that after deducting from the assets of said estate, all debts, claims,
<br />costs of administration and all other proper expenses and the statutory exemptions allowed the heirs -
<br />at -law in said estate, there is due and payable to the County Treasurer of Hall County, Nebraska, no
<br />inheritance tax whatsoever.
<br />The Court further finds that said Diedrich 0. Beckmann was also sometimes known as Dietrick
<br />0. Beckman, but that his real and true name was Diedrich 0. Beckmann.