Francis Bradier vs. David S. Yulee

Francis Bradier vs. David S. Yulee

Lower Court

  • St. Johns County

Date

  • 1861

Box

  • 473

Folder

  • 853

Transcript

Probate Court Saint John's County at Chambers

Be it known that on the eighth day of July 1856, the annexed instrument of writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Susan Linde, (late Murphy) late of St. Augustine, in St. John's County deceased, was presented to me for Probate, by Benjamin A. Putnam as Attorney of David S. Yulee.

Whereupon, I G. Humphreys Judge of the Probate Court of said County, upon the process exhibited, and upon an inspection of the said instrument of writing, being satisfied of its genuineness and verity of Order the same to be recorded, as the true last will and testament of the said deceased.

Given under my hand and the city of St. Augustine in the said County, the 8[th] day of July 1856.

Signed, G, Humphreys, Judge of Probate

State of Florida

County of St. Johns

Personally appeared George R. Fairbanks who being duly sworn, says, that he hath no interest under the annexed instrument of writing now here exhibition as the last will and testament of Susan Murphy, Linde late of St. Johns County deceased. And he further says that he verity believed the said instrument of writing to be the last will and testament of the said Susan Murphy deceased, and that the same was duly executed by her in his presence, and that of the other witnesses names therein, and who signed their names thereto in the presence and the presence of each other at her request.

Signed, George R. Fairbanks