Carroll Co., Wills
p. 44 March 7, 1894
Wife Ada Ellis
Daughter Mattie Chamberlin
E. P. Chamberlin husband of
daughter Mattie executor
Attest E. C. Smith, and J. M. Giltner
Probated July 2nd 1894
Newton J. Adams, p. 210
I, Newton j. Adams of near Ghent, CarrollCounty, Kentucky, being of sound
mind and memory, yet realizing the uncertainty of life, do make this my last
will and testament, hereby revoking all others heretofore made.
First, I direct that all my lawful debts and funeral expenses be paid.
Second, I desire and bequeath unto my wife Nettie G. Adams all of
my estate both real and personal, of every description.
In making this diposition of my estate I make the simple request of my
wife that at her death she treat all of my children impartially in her then
dispostition of such part of the estate remaining at the time of her death.
Third I appoint my wife Nettie G. Adams as my executrix without bond.
Signed by my own hand this August 16, 1905
Wit. H. R. Rowlett and L. G. Matthews August 16, 1905
Probated 13 Nov 1905
Jasper Herron p. 264
In the name of God Amen
I Jasper Herron being of sound and and disposing mind and memory do make
this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other wills that I may have
First at my death I desire that my just and honest debts be paid.
2nd, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Emmal all of my
property real and personal to have and hold sd same property duing her
natural life, and at her death I desire that the afore mentioned property pass
from the hands of my wife to my niece Bartha Herron Hedges to have and to hold
sd same property during her life and at her death (Bertha’s Death) this
property shall revert to my brothers and sisters share and share alike to them
their heirs and assigns absolutely.
It is my desire that James L. Boswell shall be executor of this my last
testament. In witness whereof I
hereunto sign my name this 28 of May 1909
Jasper (hix s mark) Herron
Attested by Dr. H. J. Slocum, Jas L. Boswell
Probated June 14, 1909
Permelia Young p. 378
I Permelia Young of Carroll County, Ky, being of sound mind and disposing
memory do make this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all other wills
heretofore made by me.
Item First. I gven and
bequeaqth to my son James E. Young, the sum of five dollars and no more.
Item Second, I give and bequeath to my son Robert Lee Young, the sum of
five dollars and no more.
Item Third. I give and
bequeath to my son Ernest Young, the sum of five dollars and no more.
Item Foruth. I give and
bequeath to my son George S. Young, the sum of five dollars and no more.
Item Fifth. I give and
bequeath to my son DeWitt C. Young, all
my estate both real and personal including monies, notes, etc, that I now
own or may die seized of.
Item Sixth. I do hereby
nominate and appoint Cyrus S. Tandy, executor of this my last will and
In testimony whereof I have hereunto signed my name, this 10th
day of January 1901.
Wit. C . S. Tandy and J. E.
Probated June 12, 1916
W. T. Bishop
I, W. T. Bishop, a resident of Owen County, Ky, being of sound mind, but
realizing the uncertainty of life do make this my last will and testament.
I desire all my just debts and funeral expenses to be paid.
I direct that my executor
pay to my niece Nellie Lee and my nephew
Harry Bishop (children of my deceased brother John Bishop) and to my nieces
Edith Dawkins, Ada Dawson, Bertie
Scott and Nannie B. Crouch (children of my deceased brother, James Bishop) the
sum of (5.00) Five Dollars each, or to such ones
of them as shall be living at my death.
I give and bequeath to my sister Mary E. Jackson, if she be living at my
death, the sum of twenty five dollars.
I give and beuated to my sister Eliza Ellen Porter, if she be living at
my death, the sum of twenty five dollars
I give and bequeath to my niece Carrie B. Pollard, if she be living at my
death the sum of One Hundred
All the residue of my estate real, personal and mixed I give, divise and
bequeath to my sister Martha J. Shenck, her heirs and assigns forever
I hereby nominate and request the court to appoint my nephew, J. P.
Shenck, as executor of this my last
will and testament, and hereby authorize and
empower him to sell and convey any and all real estate left by me at my death.
In testimony whereof I have hereto
signed my name this March 9 1916.
W. T. (his x mark) Bishop
Attest. March 9, 1916 Sam Booth,
Geo. B. Winslow
Probated Jan 12, 1920, Carroll Co., Kentucky.
W. T. Bishop died January 5, 1920 and the fact
of his being domiciled in Carroll County, Kentucky at the time of his
FHL# 288,253, Carroll
Co., Ky Wills, Bk 16 p. 119, Martha A. Perry, first John Perry's Heirs,
Anna Perry and Tabitha Perry; 2nd James Perry, Celathial Perry, Esquire D.
Perry, Jos N. Perry, dau. Tabithia McConnell, L. S. Chilton Ext. w. p. May 7,
4 Aug 1845
Carroll County Will Book 1, Page 358
Bishop & Mary Ann Rolfe.
and Richard Butler.
19 Oct 1846
Carroll County Will Book 1, Page 327
Wife: Rachel Ann.
Son: John A.
Daughter: Thomas Ann Ellis.
Executor: Rachel A., Joel Ellis Jr. and Levi McCann.