Lamar Sieg of said State and County, being of sound and disposing mind
and memory do make this my last will and testament hereby revoking and
annulling all others by me heretofore made.
1. I desire
and direct that my body be buried in a decent and Christian like manner
suitable to my circumstances and conditions in life.
2. I desire
and direct that all my just debts be paid without unnecessary delay by
my executor hereinafter named and appointed.
3. I give,
bequeath and devise to Mrs. Maud Faircloth and her bodily heirs the lot
of land with improvements thereon situated on the Fourth Ave. in the
City of Rochelle being my residence, with all rights, members and
appurtenances to the said lot of land in any wise belonging free from
all charge and limitation whatever, to her and her bodily heirs proper
use and benefit and behoof forever with full power to dispose of the
same by will or otherwise as they may deem proper. I also give and
bequeath to the said Mrs. Maud Faircloth and her bodily heirs, in the
same unreserved manner, all my household and kitchen furniture of every
sort whatsoever, and all other property that I have or may have at my
4. I hereby
constitute and appoint Mrs. Maud Faircloth, the sole executrix of this
my last will and testament, and I expressly confer upon her power to
borrow money for the use of the said estate, in any instance where she
may think it necessary and proper and to secure the same by lien,
mortgage security deed or trust deed or other form of security to or
upon any parts of my estate, not herein after specially devised; this
she may do without order the order of any Court.
day of July 1917.
sealed, declared and published by Francis Lamar Sieg as his last will
and testament, in the presence of us, the undersigned, who subscribe our
names hereto in the presence of the said testator, after he had signed
his name thereto and at his special instance and request and the
presence of each other.
G. H. Byers
In Re: Last
Will and Testament of Francis Lamar Sieg
Will in Common Form
March Term of
of Ordinary in Wilcox Co. Ga.
foregoing petition of Mrs. Maude Faircloth, praying probate in common
form of the will of Francis Lamar Sieg, deceased, and further saying
that letters testamentary do issue to her being supported by the
affidavit of J.A. Gordon annexed hereto, one of the witnesses to the
said will and the contents of the said petition appearing to be true.
It is ordered by the Court that said will be admitted to record as
satisfactorily proven in common form.
Testamentary issue to the said Mrs. Maud Faircloth the Executor named in
said Will, upon her taking and subscribing the usual oath of office.
day of March 1923.
Maud Faircloth do solemnly swear that this writing contains the true
last will of the within named Francis Lamar Sign, deceased, so far as I
know and believe and that I will well and truly execute the same in
accordance with the laws of the state. So help me God.