Last Will And Testament
John Quincy Brewton

Tate County, MS Probate, 
Last Will and Testament of J Q Brewton
State of Miss, Tate County

I John Q Brewton of Tate County Miss of Sound Mind and memory make this my last will. I give devise and bequeath all my estate and property real and personal as follows: To my wife Nannie Bruton her life time provided she remains my widow and to my children and if she Nannie Bruton should marry I give and bequeath my entire estate real and personal to my children and my mother is to have a home as long as she lives. I appoint Johnathan Moore as the executor of this my will of Tate County Miss.

J N Moore
J B Scott

State of Mississippi, Tate County
Before me J A Wooten Clerk of the Chancery Court of aforesaid County and state personally appeared J N Moore. One of the subscribing witnesses to a certain instrument of writing hereto attached purporting to be the last will and testament of J Q Bruton deceased late of said County who being by me duly sworn deposed and said that the said J Q Bruton signed published and declared said instrument of writing as his last will and testament on the ____ of May 1906 in the presence of said deponent of J B Scott the other subscribing witness to said instrument that the said deponent was then of sound and deposing mind and memory and more than 21 years of age and in every way legally qualified to make a will and that he the said deponent and the said J B Scott subscribed and attested said instrument as witnesses to the signature and publication thereof as the special instance and request and in the presence of the testator and in the presence of each other on the day and year above named.

J N Moore

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th July 1906.
J A Wooten, Clerk

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