K. Fisher a resident of said State and County being of sound and
disposing mind and memory knowing the uncertainty of life and the
certainty of death do hereby make, declare and publish this my last will
and Testament hereby revoking expressly all wills made by me prior to
the date of this Will.
It is my will and desire that my body be buried in a decent and
Christian like manner suitable to my circumstances and conditions in
It is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid without
unnecessary delay by my executors hereinafter named and appointed.
It is my will and desire that all of my estate, both real and personal
at the time of my death shall be equally divided between my four sons
Alfred Carl Fisher William Preve Fisher George Fisher and DeWitt Fisher
and if either of my aid sons should die prior to my own death leaving
children or descendants of children then such children or descendants of
children to take the share of their deceased father and if any one or
more of my said sons should die prior to my death leaving no issue it is
my will land desire that that portion hereby bequeathed to said deceased
son or sons shall vest in the son or sons surviving me at my death.
I remember kindly my daughter Mrs. Lillie Hamilton but as she has a
husband to provide and care for her I make no bequest to her.
I hereby Constitute and appoint my two sons Alfred Carl Fisher and
William Preve Fisher the Executors of this my last will and testament
and Confer upon them power to administer my estate without being
required to give any bond or to make any returns whatever to the Court
of Ordinary and I expressly Confer upon them full power and authority to
sell any part of my estate real personal or mixed either at public or
private sale with or without notice as they may deem best without any
order from any Court such Sale to be made for the payment of debts or
any other purpose and I further confer upon my Executors power to borrow
money for the use of the said estate in any instance when they may deem
it advisable and to secure the same by lien mortgage Security deed or
trust deed or other form of Security upon any part of my said estate and
this they may do without the order from any Court The words leaving no
issue in 8th line of Item 3 interline before signing this the
2nd day of February 1915.
Sealed and published by Alfred K. Fisher as his last Will and Testament
in the presence of us the undersigned who subscribed the names thereto
in the presence of said testator after he had signed his name at the
special instance and request of said testator and in the presence of
each other. This the 2nd day of February 1915.