David L. Yulee v. Francis Bradier

David L. Yulee v. Francis Bradier

Lower Court

  • St. Johns County


  • 1861


  • 473


  • 853


The words formerly Susan Murphy interlined over the first line before signing and the above instrument of one sheet, was at the date thereof declared to us by the Testator Susan Linde, to be a [?] to be annexed to her last will and testament- and she acknowledged to each of us that had subscribed the same, and we at her request sign out names hereto as attesting witnesses on this 30[th] day of August 1855, at St. Augustine Florida.

Signed L.M. Weems, John Peck, and George R. Fairbanks

State of Florida- County of St. Johns

Personally appeared Francis M. Weems who being duly sworn, says that he hath no interest under the foregoing instrument of writing now here exhibited, as a [?] to the last will and testament of Susan Linde late Susan Murphy and he further swears that he [?] believes the said Instrument to be the true [?] to the last will and testament of said Susan Linde, late Murphy deceased, and that the same was duly executed by her in his presence and in that of the other witness named therein; and who signed their names thereto in her presence, and in the presence of each other and at her request.

Subscribed and sworn to before signed L.M. Weems on the 8[th] of July 1856

Signed, G. Humphreys, Judge of [?]

Upon the process exhibited and on inspection of the foregoing instrument, being satisfied of its genuineness and truth, I do order it to be recorded as a true [?] to the last will and testament of Susan Linde late Murphy, deceased.

Given under my Hand at the City of St. Augustine the 8[th] day of July 1856.

Signed, G. Humphreys- Judge of Probate