Will of John Pavlovski
Bartow Co., Georgia
Will Book C (1922-1956), pages 269-270
|Transcribed and submitted by: Margaret St. Jean|
GEORGIA, BARTOW COUNTY.
I, John Pavlovski, of said State and County, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, and desirous of directing how my property shall be disposed of after my death, do order, declare and publish this, my last will and testament, revoking all others theretofore made by me, in the name of God, Amen.
ITEM I. I desire that any debts that I may owe at the time of my death and my funeral expenses be paid by my executor without unnecessary delay. Also that any balance remaining on the expense of the funeral of my wife be paid at the same time.
ITEM II. After my debts and funeral expenses are paid, I give to my executor, here below named, all property, both real and personal, and all other assets of any and all kinds. I give all my assets to the said named executor to use, control, manage, sell or convey any or all real and personal property, to reinvest the proceeds, or to do any way with said property and assets as in her judgment she sees fit so to do. It is not my intention to fix any time for the final adjudication or winding up of my estate.
ITEM III. Owing to the fact that I have made my home for the past year or so with my son and his wife, Annie Mae Pavlovski and his wife being solicitous and loving in her care for my welfare, and knowing her to be charitable and honest, I name Mrs. Annie Mae Pavlovski as executor of this, my last will and testament, to have full authority to manage everything as she deems best, with power to make deeds and transact all business connected with said property, including the right to borrow money on the property, if in her judgment it is best so to do, without being required to make bond or any returns to any court, or to obtain any order from any court, unless in her discretion she sees fit so to do.
Signed, sealed, declared and published by John Pavlovski, as his last will and testament and in the presence of us, who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names and witnesses hereto.
This 25th day of November 1935
Georgia, Bartow County.
I, Mrs. Annie Mae Pavlovski, do solemnly swear that the within writing contains the last true will of the within named John Pavlovski deceased, so far as I know and believe, and that I will well and truly execute the same, in accordance with the laws of this state so help me God.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this March 2, 1936.
Filed March 2, 1936.
MINUTES O, BARTOW CO., GEORGIA
APPLICATION TO PROBATE IN COMMON FORM
STATE OF GEORGIA, BARTOW COUNTY
To the Hon. R. M. Gaines, Ordinary of said County:
The petition of Annie Mae Pavlovski as resident of said County, and nominated executrix of the last will of John Pavlovski also a resident of said County, who died on the 27th day of February 1936, owning valuable real and personal estate in said State disposed of by said Will, amounting to the sum of Four Hundred Dollars, and which remains to be administered, respectfully showeth that John Pavlovski died testate, that his Will is herewith presented for probate at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said County in Common Form; that your petitioner was named in said Will and its executrix: Wherefore, your petitioner prays leave to prove said Will in Common Form, and the issuing to her of Letters Testamentary upon her taking the oath of office.
March 2, 1936
State of Georgia, County of Bartow
Before me came J. C. Sexton and R. D. Barton, Jr. named as a witness to the within writing, purporting to be John Pavlovski and (last Will and being duly sworn saith that they) at the request of John Pavlovski and in his presence and in the presence of each other, did attest as witnesses the within writing as his last Will; that the same was signed and published by John Pavlovski in their presence as his last Will; that he was at the time of said attestation and signing by him of sound and disposing mind and memory; that he executed the within paper voluntarily.
[signed] J. C. Sexton
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 2 day of March 1936.
[signed] R. M. Gaines, Ordinary
BARTOW COURT OF ORDINARY
The above Petition of Annie Mae Pavlovski nominated executrix of the last alleged Will of John Pavlovski duly filed, having been supported by proper proof of J. C. Sexton and R. D. Barton, Jr., a witness to said Will, that said John Pavlovski died a resident of said County; that he and the other witnesses, R. T. Pavlovski saw him sign and heard him publish the alleged Will as his own last Will, that he they attested the same as a witness at his request, and in his presence with R. T. Pavlovski so attesting also at his request; that said John Pavlovski was, at the time of said signing and attestation, of sound and disposing mind and memory and did, in the execution of said Will, act freely and voluntarily; it is ordered that the same be duly recorded, having been duly proved in Common Form and that letters testamentary issue to her upon her taking oath of office.
[signed] R. M. Gaines, Ordinary
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