The Shelbyville Democrat
An appeal bond in the sum of $1,000 was filed in
circuit court this morning in the case of Elihu Onstott and others against Harvey
Bradley and others, a suit which was venued here from Hancock county, and in which the complaint
was for the setting aside of the will of the late William Bradley, one of the prominent
and wealthy farmers of the county. The plaintiffs were grandchildren of the testator who had not been remembered
in the will, and at the trial of the case here last March the will was set aside by the verdict of the jury. The
defendants, who are the surviving children of Mr. Bradley, asked for a new trial, but this was denied them by Judge
Blair, and they then decided to carry the case to the supreme court and the bond was filed for that purpose today.
It has been approved by Judge Blair and the case will now be carried to the highest tribunal of the state.
Shelbyville, Ind., November 2, 1911
Bradley Will Suit from Hancock
County to Be Carried to Supreme Court
Submitted by Phyllis Miller Fleming