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Page Two of John C Miller Will

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ITEM TWELVE. When the youngest of my above named grandchildren shall reach the age of twenty-one (21) years, I give and devise to said grandchildren who may be then lving the following described real estate, to-wit: To Beverly Jean Miller Richards, lot thirty-nine (39) in Block five (5) in Ingleside, an addition to the city of Evansville in Vanderburgh County, State of Indiana: to Lois Juanita Richards, lot forty (40) in said Block five (5); to Robert Owen Richards, lot forty-one (41) in said Block five (5); to Melvin Conrad Richards, lot forty-two (42) in said Block five (5); to Birdie Olla Miller, part of lot two (2) in Block four (4) of Howell, now a part of said city of Evansville being a strip twenty-five (25) feet in width extending east and west across said lot and more particularly described as follows:

Beginning on the west line of said lot twent-five (25) feet south of the northwest corner thereof; thence running eastwardly parallel with the north lines of said lt to the right-of-way of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company; thence southwestwardly along the right-of-way of said Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company to a point fifty (50) feet due south of the north line of said lot; thence westwardly parallel with the north line of said lot to the westline thereof and at a point fifty (50) feet south of the northwest corner of said lot; thence north alng the west line of said lot twenty-five (25) feet to the place of the beginning.

And to Margaret Ann Miller all of said lt two (2) lying south of the above-described parcel and being more particularly described as follows, to-wit;

beginning on the west line of said lot two (2) at a pont fifty (50) feet south of the northwest corner thereof; thence eastwardly parallel with the north line of said lot to the right-of-way of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company; thence southwestwardly alng said right-of-way to the west line of said lot two (2); thence north along the west line of said lot about seventy-seven (77) feet to the place of beginning.


And should any of the above-named grandchildren die before the youngest of said grandchildren arrives at the age of twenty-one (21) years, when the parcel herein devised to said grandchild or grandchildren who shall so die, shall become a part of the corpus of my estate and shall be disposed of with the balance of my estate as herein provided.
It is my further will that when said youngest grandchild becomes twenty-one years of age, the remaining real estate belonging to my estate or held by my said trustee, other than the particular parcels herein devised specifically to my sons and daughter and grandchildren, shall go to my said daughter Ester B. Richards, and my son, Charles R. Miller, and my son, John Harold Miller, should he reappear and prove his identity before said youngest grandchild becomes twenty-one (21) years of age. In equal shares to have and to hold said personel property absolutely, and said real estate for and during the period of their respective natural lives, and at the death of my said daughter, Ester B. Richards, I give and devise her share of said real estate to her children herein designated under ITEM TWO of this will who are then living, to have and to hold said real estate in fee simple, share and share alike and at the death of my said son, Charles R. Miller, I give and devise his share of said real estate to his children herein designated under ITEM TWO of this will who while their living, to have and to hold said real estate in fee simple, share and share alike, and at the death of my said son, John Harold Miller, I give and devise his share of said real estate to the then surviving children of Ester B. Richards and Charles R. Miller herein named to have and to hold the same in fee simple in equal shares, and in the event that either my daughter, Ester B. Richards, or my son, Charles R. Miller, shall die before my youngest grandchild becomes twenty-one (21) years of age, then the real estate herein devised to him or her shall go to their respective children herein named who may be then living in equal shares in fee simple.

ITEM THIRTEEN. Upon the death of either said Ester B. Richards or said Charles R. Miller, pendingthe continuance of this trust, leaving the other surviving, the $25.oo payments herein provided for payment to such deceased son or daughter shall be made to his or her children until the termination of this trust as herein provided.

ITEM FOURTEEN. It is my desire that upon the death of my daughter, Ester B. Richards, if any of he above-named children are minors, and upon the death of my said son Charles R. Miller, if any of his above-named children are minors, that the Franklin Bank and Trust Company be appointed guardian of each of said minor children.

ITEM FIFTEEN. I hereby nominate and appoint the Franklin Bank and Trust Company of Evansville, Indiana, as executor of this will.

ITEM SIXTEEN. It is also my desire that my executor and trustee above named shall employ George F Zimerman as its attorney in the administration of my estate and said trust>

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 10th day of September, 1938.
John C Miller (seal)

The above and forgoing instrument consisting of five (5) pages was signed, sealed and acknowledged by the said JOHN C. MILLER as and for his last will and testament in our presence, who at his request and in his presence, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed our names as witnesses thereto this 10th day of September, 1938.
Renilda Kohmescher (seal)
Geo F Zimmerman (seal)

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