Jefferson County


I, Mary C. Baugh, of Mt.Vernon, In the County of Jefferson, and State of  
Illinois, being of sound mind and memory, and considering the uncertainty 
of this frail and transitory life, do, therefore, make, ordain, publish and 
declare, this to be my Last WILL and TESTAMENT,
FIRST:- I, order and direct, that my Executor, hereinafter named pay all of  
my just debts, and funeral expenses as soon after my decease as conveniently may be.
SECOND:- after the payments of such funeral expenses, and debts, I give, 
devise and bequeath  to my Husband, Joe V. Baugh, all of  my Property, Real 
and Personal during his life, only
THIRD:- I, give devise and bequeath to my Son Ernest V. Baugh, the sum of ( $300) 
to reimburse him for payments made, by him on a count or my present home, and 
also whatever amount he may hereafter, pay for my use and benefit.
FOURTH: - I, give, devise and bequeath, the rest residue and remainder, 
of my Estate one-Third to the said Ernest V. Baugh, to my Son, Harry D.Baugh, 
and One-Third to my Grand Son, Harry V. Baugh.
LASTLY: - I, make, constitute and appoint, Albert Watson, to be Executor of 
this My Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former Wills by me made.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my Seal the 18th, 
day of November, in the Year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Five.

Mary C. Baugh.  (Seal)

This Instrument was on the day of the date therof (sic) signed, published, and 
declared by the said Mary C. Baugh, Testatrix, to be her Last Will, and Testament, 
in the presence of us who at her request have subscribed our names as witnesses, 
in her presence, and in the presence of each other.

0. S. Pace.

A. H. Polk.

State of Illinois) SS
Jefferson County )      In the County Court of said County, in Probate, April Term, 1908.

PERSONALLY APPEARED in open Court, Omer S. Pace and A. H. Polk, subscribing witnesses to the

foregoing Instrument of writing, purporting to the Last Will and Testament of Mary C. Baugh,
late of Jefferson County, deceased, who being duly sworn according to law, do depose and 
say each for himself, that the foregoing is-the Last Will and Testament of the said Maty 
(sic) 0. Baugh, deceased, that they subscribed their names thereto as the attesting 
witnesses at the request of the said testatrix, and in her presence, and in the presence 
or each other, on the 18th day of November, l905, that she then and there subscribed her 
name thereto in our presence, and declared the same to be her Last Will and Testament, 
And the said Testatrix, at the time of executing the same as aforesaid was of full age, 
of sound mind, and memory, and under no constraint.

A. H. Polk.

0. S. Pace.
Subscribed and Sworn to before me County Clerk, in and for said County, this the 
11th,day of April, 1908.
   W. B. Philllps? County Clerk.

Filed: Feb. 11th, 1908. Admited (sic) to Probate. April, 11th, 1908. Recorded: -
April, 11th, 1908.

BY  O. C. Phillips, Deputy Clerk.       W. B. Phillips, Clerk.

Submitted By: Misty Flannigan No Relation
Typed By: Kay Robinson
June 8, 1999


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