NO. 9 HALL COUNTY
<br />this proceeding, and that the above - described real estate did pass and descend upon the death of
<br />the said Anna M. O'Kane to her husband, children, and the children of a deceased daughter in the
<br />shares as above set forth, and that Daniel.F. O'Kane is the owner of an undivided 1/3 interest
<br />therein; Thelma B. Stockton and Thomas F. O'Kane an undivided 2/9 interest therein, and Irma L.
<br />Welsh, Helen A. Brown, Dorothy F. Hellbusch, Kathleen A. Christensen, John D. Doherty and Jack F..
<br />Doherty are each the owner of an undivided 1,17 interest therein.
<br />It is further ordered, adjudged, and decreed by the Court that all debts of said deceased and
<br />of her estate, if any such there are, are forever barred and precluded, and further administration
<br />of said estate is hereby dispensed with, and said estate is finally cloa.ed and settled.
<br />Charles Bossert
<br />County Judge.
<br />IN THE COUNTY COURT OF HALL O CJNTY, NEBRASKA
<br />STATE OF NEBRASKA)
<br />HALL COUNTY )
<br />original record thereof,
<br />and of the whole of such
<br />seal is hereto attached;
<br />name, and that I am the
<br />foregoing attestation is
<br />I. Charles Bossert County Judge of Hall County, Nebraska, do hereby
<br />certify that I have comp,-.red the foregoing copy of Decree entered
<br />IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNA M. O'KANE, DECEASED, with the
<br />now remaining in said Court that the same is a correct transcript thereof,
<br />original record; that said Court is a Court of Record having a seal, which
<br />that said Court has no Clerk authorized to sign certificates in his own
<br />legal custodian of said Seal and of the Records of said Court, and that the
<br />in due form of law.
<br />IN TESTIMONY 1 ^!HEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the County Court, at
<br />Grand Island, this 6th day of September 1947.
<br />(SEAL) Charles Bossert
<br />County Jud e.
<br />Filed for record the 8 day of September, 1947 at 3 o'clock P.M. u�
<br />Register of ee s.
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<br />FINAL DECREE
<br />IN THE COUNTY COURT OF HALL COUNTY, NEBRASKA
<br />In the matter of the Estate of
<br />George T. Honnold, Deceased. FINAL DECREE
<br />Now, on this 6th day of September, 1947, this cause came on for hearing upon the Final Report
<br />filed herein by Rex F. Honnold, Administrator of the estate of George T:, Honnold, deceased, and
<br />upon his Petition for the approval and allowance of said Report, settlement of said estate,
<br />determination of heirs, and his discharge herein, and the court having examined the records and
<br />files, and being fully advised in the premises finds:
<br />That Rex F. Honnold, son of the said George T. Honnold, deceased, filed his Petition in this
<br />court January 21, 1947, alleging, among other things, that George T. Honnold departed this life
<br />intestate on the 12th day of May, 1945, and was at that time a resident and inhabitant of said
<br />County and State, and was the owner of an estate to be administered in said county; that upon
<br />reading and filing said Petition, an Order wds entered fixing the time and place for hearing the
<br />evidence in support of said Petition, giving notice thereof to all interested parties by publishing
<br />said notice for three (3) successive weeks in the Wood River Sunbean11 a legal newspaper published
<br />and circulated in said County; that said hearing was held as heretofore ordered by the Court, and
<br />as by law required, and letters of Administration were granted to Rex F. Honnold, upon the filing
<br />of his bond in this Court as by law required;
<br />That due and legal notice has been given to all persons of the place and time fixed by the
<br />court for said hearing, for filing claims against said estate by publication for three (3)
<br />successive weeks in the Wood River Sunbeam, a legal newspaper published and circulated in said
<br />county as by law provided, 'and that all persons having claims against said.estate not filed within
<br />the time fixed by said Court, if any such there be, should be forever barred, excluded, and enjoined
<br />from setting up or asserting any claims against said estate.
<br />That the County of Hall, State of Nebraska, filed a claim for $1551.56 against said estate for
<br />Old Age Assistance received by said George T. Honnold, deceased, during his life time; that the
<br />heirs of the deceased filed claims totaling $590.'50; that the County of Hall, by its duly elected,
<br />qualified and acting Board of Supervisors, entered into a compromise in the settlement of their
<br />claim against said estate with the heirs of said estate; that the County Board of Supervisors, by
<br />a Resolution legally enacted, compromised said claim, A copy of said Resolution of Compromise
<br />being attached to and filed with the Final Report;
<br />That said deceased departed this life leaving surviving him as his heirs at law, and only heirs
<br />at law and persons entitled to share in his estate, the following, to -wit:
<br />Martha J. Honnold, widow, of Wood River, Nebraska
<br />Mrs. Thomas McClurkin, daughter, of Shelton, Nebraska
<br />Leta B. Melson, daughter, of Monterrey, California
<br />Rex F. Honnold, son, of Shelton, Nebraska
<br />all of legal age;
<br />That said deceased died owner of an.estate situated in Hall County, Nebraska, consisting of the
<br />following described real property:
<br />Lots Seven (7),
<br />Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten (10), Eleven (11), and Twelve (12), Block Four (4), Brett
<br />and Johnson's Addition to the Village of Wood River, Nebraska.
<br />That due and legal notice has been given to all persons of the time and place fixed by said court
<br />for a hearing of the Final Report, by publication of said notice for three (3) successive weeks in
<br />the Wood River Sunbeam, . , as by law required, and no one appearing to object to said Report
<br />and the court having examined the same, finds that the Report is true and correct in all things,
<br />and should be approved and allowed; that said estate should be settled and closed and the
<br />Administrator should be discharged from his official bond;