I, Mary J.
Odom of said County being of sound and disposing mind and memory do make
this my last will land testament hereby revoking any and all others that
I have heretofore made.
It is my
will and desire that my body be buried in a Christian like manner the
place and details of which I leave to my children.
bequeath and devise to my beloved daughter Martha Barton $5.00 in money
and one bedstead.
bequeath and devise to my beloved daughter Gatsie Hannah $5.00 in Money
and my old Trunk and two bed quilts.
I will and
bequeath and devise to my deceased daughter Creasy Laceyís children
$5.00 in money to be divide equally among them and one bed quilt each
bequeath and devise to my beloved son Joseph Odom and my daughter
Rebecca Odom all my hogs said hogs to be equally divided between them.
bequeath and devise to my beloved son Joseph Odom my bedstead on which I
am lying five bed quilts one pump gun one rifle one black bull calf wire
streachers farm bell Mimi and Bobís picture and my deceased Husbandís
Robert Odom trunk and my suit case.
bequeath and devise to my beloved son John Odom one single barrel shot
gun and one war rifle and Blacksmith Shop.
bequeath and devise to my daughter Rebecca Odom all kitchen utensils
sewing machine wash pot wash tub and the remaining portion of the
household goods except those mentioned above also shall have one Butt
Head Cow and my new trunk and clothing.
I hereby make my sons Joseph Odom and John Odom executors of this my
last will and I relieve them from making any Inventory of my property or
appraisement or from giving Bond and they are required only by this will
to probate the same and they are further relieved from making any
returns of their acts and doings to any Court whatever. This 7th
day of June 1920.
Odom (her mark) (her seal)
published signed and sealed by Mary J. Odom as her last will and
testament in the presence of the undersigned as Witnesses she first
signed in our presence and we then at her special instance and request
signing in her presence and in the presence of each other. This 7th
day of June 1920.
Wilkerson (his mark)
R. M. Ward