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Will of Christopher DEBUSK

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Note: According to the research of this web site owner, his full name was Christopher Columbus DEBUSK.  If you are researching this family line, please contact Vanessa Slea at  Timevessel@aol.com  .

Dickson County, TN

Will (#416) from Will Book B, page 281:

Last Will and testament of Christopher DEBUSK, Dcd
     I Christopher DEBUSK, do make and publish this as my last Will and testament hereby revoking and making void all other Wills by me at any time made.
     FIRST, I direct that all of my just debts be paid as soon after my death as posible out of any moneys that I may die posessed of or may first come into the hands of my executor.
     SECONDLY, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Lidia DEBUSK the farm I now live on and all of my personal property during her natural life the same to be used for her support and especial benefit during life then to be sold by my executor and divided equally between all my children.
     THIRDLY, I direct and bequeath unto my children the ballince of my real estate equally to dispose of as they see fit at my death.
     LASTLY, I do hereby nominate and appoint M. V. Smith my executor this July the 27th, 1891
(signature of Christopher DEBUSK)
Witnesses
M. T. ELLIS
W. P. BURGES
                                                                       Dickson County Court Nov. Term 1891
this day was a paper writing presented to the Court purporting to be the last Will and testament of Christopher DEBUSK, Decd. which was proven to be Such by the Oaths of M. T. ELLIS and W. P. BURGES, the Subscribing witnes to the Same the Court ordered Said Will Recorded.
State of Tennesee Dickson County
Dec. the 4th 1891 then was the will of Christopher DEBUST recorded in Book (B) Page 281
T. K. Grigsby, Clerk

 

Note: Incorrect spellings were in original document.

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