LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF ALICE LEE HOPPER, DEC’D. DEC. 17. 1919.
I leave to Laura Swann the piano and stool also large looking glass on mantle piece, the table that the piano music lays on, the table that has glass feet, Aunt Laura Moler pillows, bolsters & bed, the dresser & desk in spare room.
The feather bed & pillows in spare room I leave to Francis Coale.
The feather bed on my bed to Lizzie Gouker, Buffet to Alice Hopper. Grandfather Flanagan’s picture to Freil Daniels. Every thing else which now belongs to me I wish divided equally among all the children.
The vases in the parlor I leave to Laura.
Alice Lee Hopper
C. C. Johnson witness Chas. A. Hopper witness
State of West Virginia, County Of Jefferson, Set: IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE OF THE COUNTY COURT: JAN. 15TH, 1920.
A writing bearing the date of Dec. 17th, 1919, purporting to be the last will and testament of Mrs. Alice Lee Hopper, Dec’d., late of Jefferson County, West Virginia, was this day, Jan 15th, 1920, offered for probate in said office, and on same day in said office said writing was fully proved by C. C. Johnson and Chas. A. Hopper, the subscribing witness thereto, who made oath in due form of law that the said testatrix in their presence published and declared said writing as and for her last will and testament, that they subscribed their names as witnesses thereto at her request, in her presence, and in the presence of each other, that they believe she was of sound sense and memory at the time of so doing and over the age of twenty one years.
Thereupon it is ordered that sad writing be recorded as and for the last will and testament of the said Mrs. Alice Lee Hopper, deceased.
Teste: Chas. A. Johnson, Clerk of said Court.
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