Will of Phebe Winder Baily
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I Phebe W. Baily, being of sound mind, do make and publish this my last will and testament.
1st. It is my will that all of my just debts be paid out of my estate.
2nd. It is my will that my grand daughter Phebe Alice Clment receive the sum ?. In case of her death to go to Charles Allen Clement, in memory of his devotion to her.
The rest and residue of my estate to be divided one half to my daughter Lavinia B. Clement, or in case of her decease, to be divided equally among her children. The other half to go to my grandson Jesse Sydemham Baily, or in case of his death the income of his share to go to his mother Pauline Osborn Baily in her life, then revert to my daughter's children share and share alike. I do not leave anything to my son Herbert Townsend Baily, as he has had his full share of my estate and the estates of my husband Joseph Sydenham Baily also the estate of my mother Lydia E. Hirst, both left in trust. After my husband's death I received a legacy of $600. In 1880 I sold my home, in my name ad bought wit my money for$1,100. In 1889 my son Arthur hallam Baily died leaving me an Insurance Policy for $1,000 also a policy for $2,000 of which I received one third (1/3). Later my step father, Smith Hirst gave me $5,000. This is mine independent of the 2 wills held in trust. I nominate and appoint my son in law Edgar Clement executor of this will, and direct that no bond be required of him. If any one shall try to break this will it bars him from having any share in it.
In witness whereof I here unto set my and seal this 12th day of Nov. 1919.
Phebe W. Baily, (seal)
Witnesses--Berttha C. Alburger, Philip F. Alburger
Haddonfield, New Jersey, November 12th, 1919
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