Last  Will  and  Testament  of

George  Oltman,

          I, George Oltman, being of sound mind and mindful of the uncertainities of life do hereby make and declare this my last will and testament.

1.  Out of the estate of which I may die possessed, I direct that all debts, if any, may be paid and also necessary funeral expenses.

2.  All the residue of my estate, both real estate and personal property I wish to become the property of my sister, Melissa Barlow.

3.   Should said Melissa Barlow be not living, at the time of my decease, then said property shall be divided equally between her children, J.Woodbury Barlow,  and  Gertrude Hawkins.

( Harry S. Winterrowd)                                          
( A. M. Grecian )                                                   
Witnesses ( O. R. Miller )                     Signed George Oltman
( O. P. Barnett )                                                     

State of Indiana, Shelby County, SS:
          Be it remembered that on the 2nd day of September, 1919, A. M. Grecian one of the subscribing witnesses to the within and foregoing last will and testament of George Oltman late of said County, deceased, personally appeared before Gordon Thurston, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Shelby County, in the State of Indiana, and being duly sworn by the Clerk of said court, upon his oath, declared and testified as follows, that is to say: That on the 25" day of May 1910 he saw the said George Oltman sign his name to the said instrument in writing as and for his last Will and Testament; and that this deponent, at the same time, heard the said George Oltman declare the said instrument in writing to be his last will and testament, and that the said Instrument in writing was, at the same time at the request of the said George Oltman and with his consent attested and subscribed by the said A. M. Grecian, Harry S. Winterrowd, O.R. Miller and O. P. Barnett in the presence of said testator and in the presence of each other, as subscribing witnesses thereto, and that the said George Oltman was, at the time of the signing and subscribing of said instrument in writing, as aforesaid, of full age (that is, more than twenty one years of age, and of sound and disposing mind and memory, and not under any coercion or restraint as the said deponent verily believes and further deponent says not.

A. W. Grecian

Sworn to and subscribed by the said A. M.Grecian before me Gordon Thurston, clerk of said Court, at Shelbyville, the 2d day of September, 1919.

          IN  ATTESTION  WHEREOF,  I have hereunto subscribed myname and affixed the seal of said court.

Gordon Thurston,
Clerk Shelby County Circuit Court.

State of Indiana, Shelby County, SS:
          I, Gordon Thurston, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Shelby County, Indiana, do hereby certify that the within annexed Will and Testament of George Oltman has been duly admitted to probate and duly proved by the testimony of said Will, and of the testimony of the said A. W. Grecian in proof thereof, has been by me duly made and recorded in book 7 at page 425 of the record of wills of said county.

          IN  ATTESTION  WHEREOF,  I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of said Court, at Shelbyville, this 2d day of Sept. 1919.
( SEAL )   Gordon Thurston,
Clerk Circuit Court, Shelby County.

Transcribed by Pat Lorentzen

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