Wills of PACK Descendants

last updated April 11, 1999


The following wills of PACK descendants are transcribed directly from the Will Ledgers. They are transcribed as near identical as they appear in the will books. If you have a question about any of these, just write me a note. NOTE: Please keep in mind that all material is in the Public Domain and I am providing this information for personal, non-commerical use ONLY.


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"JOHN PACK’S WILL, 1716 SURRY COUNTY, VA

In the name of God Amen I John Pack late of London and now of Laiones Creek Parish in the County of Surry; being sick and weak in body but in perfect mind and memory, all laud and praise be given to “Almighty God” therefore and haveing in remembrance ye certainty of death but ye uncertainty of the time where to settle, establish and ordaine this my last will and testament in manner following.

In the first and principally and for more worthy in esteem and consideration then any outward goods or injoyments I recommend my soul to Almighty God the Father of Spirits trusting and firmly believing in God through the merritts of Jesus Christ to receive free pardon and remission of my sins whenever this mortal life shall cease and it is then also my will and desire that my body be committed to the earth to be buried in Christian manner at the direction of my executor hereafter named.

Item: It is my will and desire that whereas I did make a will at my departure out of England wherein I appointed John Blandford my hole and sole executor which said will is now in the hand of ye said John Blandford, now my desire is that the said will shall stand be and remain in full force and virtue in relation to all my estate boath reall and personall which I have in England but not to reach nor have any concerne with what I have here in Virginia which after my debts and funerall charges is paid I give and dispose of as followeth, viz.

Item: I give and bequeath unto my eldest brother Christopher Pack my orgin base voyall and spenet.

Item: I give and bequeath to my beloved friend Captain John Allen my case of tea spoones, tongs and stranger with all my china wear in generall and tea utensills.

Item: I give and bequeath to my brother Graves Pack all the rest and remaining parts of my estate here being the one halfe of those goods brought in with us as well what is shipt as what is remaining here; with whatever else I have in Virginia not disposed as above.

Item: My will and desire is and I doe hereby appoint my beloved friend Captain John Allen my whole and sole executor of this my last will and testament as witness my hand and seal this :gth: day of August 1716.

John Pack, Sealed with red wax

Signed, sealed and declared to be the last will and testament of the subscriber; his mark in the presence of us.

John J Shelly
Thomas T Shelly
John Wilson

At a court held at Southward for the County of Surry March ye 20th viz. The within mentioned will of John Packe deceased was presented in court by John Allen. Thereof who made oath thereto and being proved by the oaths of John Shelly and Thomas Shelly, witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded and is recorded by

JOHN ALLEN

Pages 48 and 49
Deeds and Wills 1715-1730
Surry County Wills and Administrations
(Collection of the Library of Virginia)"

Submitted by Carol Pack Urban 3-2-1999
(spelling and grammar as in the copy of the original will)



Lawrence Co, KY Will Book 1 (1822-1868, page 72): "Know all men by these presants that I George Pack of Lawrence County Ky. this the 13th day of December in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and Sixty five in the presance of the undersigned Subscribes witnesses do Bequeath and will to my wife and children as followithe. My wife Anna Pack to have and to hold the Three Hundred acres of land Deeded to me by Archabald Borders the land that we now live on for her to have for her benefit her lifetime as during life and for my wife Anna and my son Thomas Pack to be appointed as Attorneys withfull power to have my other lands so regulated amongst my children as for each one to get an Equal part of the Ballance of my lands After my Debts are all paid if there Should any Debts that is first come against the Estate for a sufficient amount of the Buck Land to be Sold to pay the same and my wife and Thomas to have full power to make Legal and Lawful Conveyances of the same to the purchaser as though I done it myself and also for my son Thomas to have the benefit of the sale of land or other property belonging to the Estate to the amount $175.00 One Hundred and Seventy five dollars it being money that I owe him over and above his other or Equal part ofthe Estate and the present power of Attorneys to have full power to collect all Debts that may be coming to the Estate and see that it goes to the benefit of my wife and children.

Signed in presance of
his
Henry Fanin
George Pack
John H. Williams
mark
C. M. Pack
John Hinkle"



"State of Kentucky
Lawrence County

I Robert Vinson clerkof the County Court in and for the County and State aforsaid do certify that the forgoing instrument purporting to be the will of George Pack was on the 19th Day of March 1866 presented in open court and by the oaths of Henry Fannin & C. M. Pack proven to be the last will & testament of said George Pack deceased and the same was ordered to be recorded whereupon Said Instrument together with this certificate is duly Recorded in my office.

Given under my hand this 4th July 1866
Robt Vinson, CSCC"



"WILL OF JAMES M. PACK

In the name of God, amen, I, James M. Pack Sr. of Summers County and State of West Virginia being of sound mind do make this to be my last Will and Testament as follows, that is to say:

1st after my decease I desire that my body may be buried at the direction of my Executor herein after named.

2nd I direct that all my just debts be paid out of my outstanding bonds and accounts as soon after my decease as may be convenient.

3rd I give and bequeath unto my dear wife Katharine and my nine living children the remaining part of my real and personal property should there be any after my just debts are all paid to be kept by them and used for their benefit share and share alike, also $25--twenty five dollars which I paid for my son, John A. Pack, deceased upon his land, I direct for his three children to have the benefit thereof.

4th I desire that my dear wife Katharine, with my eight children are yet at home, shall remain on my land where I now live and use the same to the best advantage to help her raise the children so long as she remains my widow but if she should marry again then and in that event I desire that she take the portion which the law gives her and that my Executor hereinafter named take charge of the residue and rent the same to the best advantage until my youngest child becomes of age to divide between them share and share alike.

5th I do hereby nominate and appoint Harvey Cooper of the County of Summers and State of West Virginia to be the Executor of this my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof, I, the said Testator, James M. Pack, have to this my said last Will set my hand and seal this 11th day of July in the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Seven.

James M. Pack (signature)

Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Summers County, July 30, 1887. The last Will and Testament of James M. Pack, deceased, was this day produced in said office, proved by the oaths of John W. Harvey Sr. and John L. Wills, two subscribing witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded.

E. H. Peck, Clerk"

NOTE: This will is a transcription of a photocopy of the original will from the Courthouse records which was provided to me by Terri Pack Harvey on November 21, 1998.



Lawrence Co, KY Will Book 3, page 408: "I John Pack of the Vilage of Charley County of Lawrence, State of Kentucky, being of Sound mind and memory, do make publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament to-wit:

First all my just debts and Funeral expenses Shall be first fully paid.

Second I give devise and bequeath all the rest residence and remainder of my estate both real and personal to my living heirs to-wit:

William Pack, F. M. Pack, and G. V. Pack, Milly Hickman and Fanny Borders, to be equally devided with said named heirs, less twenty five dollars and twenty cents that has been paid Milly Hickman and Fanny Borders to be deducted from their part of my estate. And I want Corilda Pack wife of G. V. Pack to have all my chickens at my death for the aid and assistance she has given me.

Third I nominate and appoint my son G. V. Pack to be the Exicator of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.

In witness wherof I have hear unto set my hand and Seal this 13 March 1912.
John Pack.

Signed Sealed published and declared as and for his last Will and testament by the above named testator in our presence and in the presence of each other

Signed our names as Witnesses thereto:
Atest
Jack Fannin
Olena Pack"

"State of Kentucky
Lawrence County

I, M. A. Hay, Clerk of the County Clerk for the county and state aforesaid, certify tht the foregoing Will of John Pack was duly probated and filed for record, and whereupon the same with this certificate has been duly recorded in my office.

Witness my hand this 12 day of September 1916
M. A. Hay, Clerk"



Lawrence County, Kentucky Will Book 4, page 95: "Noris, Lawrence Co., Ky., February 8, 1920.

Be It Nown to all whom it may concern: As I am getting old and feble & don't know how long I'm to live I make this my las Will. The land that I own the branch by church house I will it to Marida Pack, all so the mair & colt and calf, 2 shotes & cow.

This Will is made in good faith.

G. W. Pack."

"STATE OF KENTUCKY:
COUNTY OF LAWRENCE:

I, Chas. M. Edwards, Clerk of the County Court for the County and State aforesaid, certify that the foregoing Will of G. W. Pack, deceased, was on the 21st day of May, 1923, produced and read in open Court by T. S. Thompson, Atty., and the Court, after hearing the testimony of G. V. Pack, Merida Pack and Willie Thompson, who testified that said Will was written in the genuine handwriting of the said G. W. Pack, deceased, ordered and adjudged the will to be probated, and ordered same to be recorded, whereupon the same, with the foregoing and this certificate, have been duly recorded in my office in Will Book 4 page 95.

Witness my hand this 21st day of May, 1923.

Signed
Chas. M. Edwards, Clerk."



Lawrence County, Kentucky Will Book 4, page 292: "Ulysses Ky, August 8, 1934.

I, ElizabethPack, feling that I am in my comon or Reasonable mind. . I wish to make my will. . which can be read in the following lines below: to wit- -

I now will say: I will all my realestate to george Lyons and nolda Lyons my daughter; and all my household goods and my cow and chickens.

Now its plainly understood. that george Lyons and hold Lyons is to take good care of me and my invilid daughter, May Edwards, as long as we Both live also I want the said george Lyons and nolda Lyons to have all of the claim tht my invilid daughter draws from the county and state:

Signed:

Her
Elizabeth X Pack
Mark

Attest: John Castle
Liss Bryant"

"STATE OF KENTUCKY
LAWRENCE COUNTY

I, Homer Ball, Clerk of the County Court for the County State aforesaid, certify the foregoing will of Elizabeth Pack, deceased, was on the 17th day of December, 1934, produced and read in open court as the last will and testament of Elizabeth Pack, deceased. After the reading and testimony of John Castle and Liss Bryant, the two attesting witnesses, the same was probated as the last will and testament of Elizabeth Pack, deceased, and ordered to be recorded as such. Whereupon the same with the foregoing and this certificate have been recorded in my office.

Given under my hand this the 17th day of December, 1934.

Homer Ball, Clerk
By Georgia Lee Haws, D.C."



Lawrence County, Kentucky Will Book 7, page 113-114: "LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT.

I, Cora Pack, being of full age, sound mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all wills heretofore made.

ITEM I. I do hereby direct that after the time of my decease all of my just debts, funeral and grave monument expense be paid as soon as practicable out of my estate.

ITEM II. That all of my property, real and personal of every kind and description, which I may own or have the right to dispose of at the time of my decease be given, bequeathed and devised in the following manner, to wit: Lucille McManis and Thelma Logan are to receive a one-third (1/3) interest each in the entire estate and the remaining one-third (1/3) is to go to my four grandchildren, Michael Miros, Patrick McManis, Terry Logan and Linda L. Dictiker.

ITEM III. I nominate and appoint my daughter, Thelma Logan, the executrix of this last will and testament and request that no bond be required as such; I further request that no inventory of my estate be made or taken in so far as the same may be lawfully omitted.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand this 3rd day of February, 1972.

signature
Cora Pack.

Signed by Cora Pack and by her acknowledged to be her last will in our presence, sight, and hearing, who at her request, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses in her presence and in the presence of each other in Lawrence County, Kentucky, this 3rd day of February, 1972.

signature ?? residing at Louisa, KY

signature ?? residing at Louisa, KY"

"STATE OF KENTUCKY
LAWRENCE COUNTY Sct.

I, Gallie Isaac, Clert of the Lawrence County Court do hereby certify that the foregoing Will of Cora Pack, Dec. was on the 22nd day of April 1972, lodged in my office for record after having been first duly probated in the Lawrence County Court it was ordered to be recorded as such which is done accordingly.

Witness my hand this 28th day of April, 1972.

Gallie Isaac, Clerk
By: signature ?? D. C."



Lawrence County, Kentucky, Will Book 7, page 625: “LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT.

I, Elbert Pack, being of full age, sound mind and memory, do make, publish and declare to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking all wills heretofore made.

ITEM I. I do hereby direct that after the time of my decease all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon as practicable out of my estate.

ITEM II. That all of my property, real and personal of every kind and description, which I have not deeded away at the time of my decease, be given, bequeathed and devised to my wife, Laura Bell Pack, absolutely and in fee simple.

ITEM III. I nominate my wife, Laura Bell Pack, executrix of this, my last will and testament, and request that no bond be required as such. I further request that no inventory of my estate be made or taken in so far as the same may be lawfully omitted.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand this 10 day of January, 1966.

signed
Elbert Pack

Signed by Elbert Pack, and by him acknowledged to be his last will in our presence, sight, and hearing, who, at his request, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses in his presence and in the presence of each other in Lawrence County, Louisa, Kentucky, this 10 day of January, 1966.

signed
W. P. Young residing at Louisa, Ky. Rt. 4
Dan D. Ball residing at Louisa, KY”

“STATE OF KENTUCKY
LAWRENCE COUNTY Sct.

I, Gallie Isaac, Clerk of the Lawrence County Court do hereby certify that the foregoing Will of Elbert Pack, Dec. was on the 5th day of September 1975, lodged in my office for record and after having been duly probated in the Lawrence County Court it was ordered to be recorded as such which is done accordingly.

Witness my hand this 5th day of September, 1975.

GALLIE ISAAC, CLERK
BY: Jean C. Isaac, D.C.”



LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY Will Book 11, pp. 777-778: "LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

I, Haskel Pack, of the [city] of Lockport in the County of Niagara and State of New York being of sound mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this my last Will and Testament, in manner following, that is to say:

FIRST, I direct that all my just debts, funeral expenses, and the expense of the administration of my estate be paid.

SECOND, I give, devise and bequeath all of my property, both real and personal, of every name and nature, and wheresoever situate, to my wife, Carolyn V. Pack, to be hers absolutely and forever.

THIRD. In the even that my said wife, Carolyn V. Pack, should predecease me, or we should both die by reason of a common disaster, or otherwise, then I give, devise and bequeath my entire estate to Walter Martin, who resides in Mount Sterling, Ohio, in trust, however, for the support, maintenance, and education of my children, Larry K. Pack, Timothy W. Pack, and Jennifer L. Pack. The said trust shall continue during the minority of said children, and upon the youngest of said children becoming twenty-one years of age, or if she should sooner marry, the trust shall be terminated, and the balance of said trust and accumulations thereof, shall be distributed among my children, Karen Treichler, Larry K. Pack, Timothy W. Pack, and Jennifer L. Pack, or to my children then surviving, share and share alike.

LASTLY. I hereby appoint my wife, Carolyn V. Pack, as Executrix of this my last WILL AND TESTAMENT. If she should predecease me, then I nominate and appoint Walter Martin, residing at Mount Sterling, Ohio, as executor and trustee of this, my last Will and Testament, with full power and authority to sell and convey, lease or mortgage real estate; hereby revoking all former wills by me made. No bond shall be required of said executrix or executor and trustee.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto subscribed my name the 10th day of July in the year Nineteen Hundred and Seventy.

signed
Haskel Pack

We, whose names are hereto subscribed, Do Certify that on the 10th day of July 1970 Haskel Pack the testator above named, subscribed his name to this instrument in our presence and in the presence of each of us, and at the same time, in our presence and hearing, declared the same to be his last Will and Testament, and requested us, and each of us, to sign our names thereto as witnesses to the execution thereof, which we hereby do in the presence of the testator and of each other, on the day of the date of the said Will, and write opposite our names our respective places of residence.

signed James E. Owens residing at 5050 Meadowbrook, Clarence, NY
signed J. Ellen Owens residing at 5050 Meadowbrook, Clarence, New York"

LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY Will Book 11, pp. 779-780: "At a Surrogate's Court, held in and for the County of Niagara, at the Court House in the City of Lockport, New York, on the 16th day of September, A.D., 1987. PRESENT-HON. ALDO L. DiFLORIO, Surrogate. IN THE MATTER OF PROVING THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of Haskel Pack, Deceased. File No. 58072, 1987.

Carolyn V. Pack, having this day filed in this Court an instrument in writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Haskel Pack, late of the Town of Cambria in the County of Niagara and State of New York, deceased, together with a duly verified petition praying that said instrument be admitted to probate as and for the Last Will and Testament of said decedent; and all his distributes having duly appeared or waived the issue and service upon themselves of a citation herein; and the said petitioner appearing by A. Angelo DiMillo, Attorney in support of the probate of the instrument so propounded, and the witnesses to said instrument having been sworn and examined before a Notary Public authorized to take such proofs under Section 1406 of the Surrogate's Court Procedure Act and their examination having been reduced to writing and filed, and it appearing by said proofs that said instrument was duly executed as and for the Last Will and Testament of said Haskel Pack deceased, and that at the time of executing the same he was of sound mind, memory and understanding, in all respects competent to devise real estate and not under any restraint or in any respect incompetent to make a will, and the probate of said instrument not having been contested;

IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED, that the said instrument in writing so offered for probate is the Last Will abd Testament of the said Haskel Pack deceased, and was duly executed as required by law; that the same is valid to pass real and personal property, and should be and hereby is admitted to probate.

AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED, that Letters Testamentary issue to Carolyn V. Pack executrix in said Will named, she having appeared and taken the official oath prescribed by law, and that said Will and this Decree be recorded as required by law.

signed
ALSO L. DI FLORIO, Surrogate"

"THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK:

To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come or May Concern, Send Greeting:

Know ye, That at the County of Niagara, on the 16th day of September in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and Eighty-seven before HON. ALDO L. DiFLORIO, Surrogate of our said County, the Last Will and Testament of Haskel Pack deceased, was proved, and is now approved and allowed by us, and the said Haskel Pack having been at or immediately previous to his death an inhabitant of the County of Niagara, by reason whereof the proving and registering of said Will and the granting administration of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said testator and also the auditing, allowing and final discharging the account thereof, doth belong unto us, the administration of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased and the execution of any and all powers conferred by said Will are hereby granted unto Carolyn V. Pack, Executrix in the said Will named, she being first duly sworn faithfully and honestly to discharge the duties ofsuch Executrix according to law.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused the seal of office our our said Surrogate to be hereunto affixed.

WITNESS: HON. ALDO L. DiFLORIO
Surrogate of our said County of Niagara the 16th day of September in the year one thousand nine hundred and Eighty-seven

signed
ALDO L. DI FLORIO, Surrogate.

Recorded in Book No. 64 of Letters Testamentary, at page 111
Signed
Annette M. Stahl, first deputy Clerk of Surrogate's Court"

LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY Will Book 11, pp. 781-782: "EXEMPLIFICATION OF RECORD, STATE OF NEW YORK, COUNTY OF NIAGARA,

I, DONALD J. WOOCK, Chief Clerk of the Surrogate's Court in and for the County of Niagara, State of New York, do hereby certify, that I have compared the foregoing copy of Last Will and Testament; Decree of Probate and Letters Testimony in the Matter of the Estate of Haskel Pack, Late of the Town of Cambria, Niagara County, New York, Deceased, which said Last Will and Testament was duly admitted to probate by the Surrogate's Court, of Niagara County, New York, on the 16th day of September, 1987 with the original record thereof, now remaining in this office, and have found the same to be a correct transcript therefrom, and of the whole of such original record.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Surrogate's Court, at Lockport, N.Y., this 14th day of October A.D., 1987

signed
Chief Clerk of the Surrogate's Court,
Donald J. Woock"

"STATE OF NEW YORK,
COUNTY OF NIAGARA,

I, Aldo L. DiFlorio, Surrogate of said County of Niagara, do hereby certify that Donald J. Woock, who signed the foregoing certificate, was at the date thereof, Chief Clerk of the Surrogate's Court in and for said County; that his signature thereto is genuine, and that the above attestation is in due form of law.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, at Lockport, N.Y., this 14th day of October A.D., 1987

signed
Aldo L. DiFlorio, Surrogate"

"STATE OF NEW YORK,
COUNTY OF NIAGARA,

I, DONALD J. WOOCK, Chief Clerk of the Surrogate's Court of said County of Niagara, do hereby CERTIFY that HON. ALDO L. DIFLORIO, who signed the foregoing Certificate, was, at the date thereof, Surrogate in and for said County, duly elected, qualified and acting as such; that his signature thereto is genuine, and that the above attestation is in due form of law.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, at Lockport, N.Y., this 14th day of October A.D., 1987.

sgned
Chief Clerk of the Surrogate's Court,
Donald J. Woock"

"STATE OF KENTUCKY
LAWRENCE COUNTY

I, GALLIE ISAAC, JR., Clerk of the County and State aforesaid, certify that the foregoing instrument of writing was on the 5th day of November, 1987 lodged for record, whereupon the same with the foregoing certificate have been duly recorded in my office.

Witness my hand this 6th day of November, 1987.

GALLIE ISAAC, JR., CLERK
BY: Gloria J. Cassell, D. C."



LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY Will Book 14, p. 219: "THE WILL OF NORMAN J. PACK.

I, Norman J. Pack, a resident of, and domiciled in, the city of Columbus, county of Franklin, and state of Ohio, do make, publish, and declare this my will, revoking all former wills by me at any time made:

I - I give, devise, and bequeath to my wife, Myrna L. Pack should she survive me, all of my property, real and personal.

II - If my wife should not survive me, I give, devise, and bequeath all of my property, real and personal, to my son Timothy Wray Pack, per stirpes.

III - I nominate and appoint as Executrix of this will my wife, Myrna L. Pack; or, if she shall fail to qualify or cease to act, I nominate and appoint as Executor hereof my son, Timothy Wray Pack; or, if he, too, fail to qualify or cease to act, I nominate and appoint as my Executor my brother, Elbert Pack, Jr., Baltimore, Ohio. In the event that ancillary estate procedures are administered at Louisa, I nominate and appoint as Ancillary Executor my brother-in-law, James B. Ball. I direct that no bond be required of my wife, son, brother or brother-in-law named above.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I set my hand this 18 day of January 1977.

sgned
Norman J. Pack

Signed, published, and acknowledged by Norman J. Pack, as his will, in the presence of us, who, in his presence and in the presence of each other, and at his request, have subscribed our names as witnesses the day and year aforesaid.

signed ?? residing at Columbus, Ohio

signed ?? Baker residing at Columbus, Ohio"

LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY Will Book 14, p. 220-221: "PROBATE COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO

ESTATE OF Norman J. Pack, DECEASED, Case Number 417023

SURVIVING SPOUSE, NEXT OF KIN, LEGATEES AND DEVISES

The following are decedent's known surviving spouse, and other known survivors who are or would be entitled to inherit under the statutes of descent and distribution.

Myrna L. Pack, 696 E. Moler Street, Columbus, OH 43207 Surviving Spouse
Timothy W. Pack, 802 Bruck Street, Columbus, OH 43206 Son

The surviving spouse is the natural or adoptive parent of at least one of decedent's children.

The following are known persons suriving decedent, and named in his Will as legatees or devises.

Myrna L. Pack, 696 E. Moler Street, Columbus, OH 43207 Surviving Spouse
Timothy W. Pack, 802 Bruck Street, Columbus, OH 43206 Son

The Will is not subject to Revised Code Sections 109.23 to 109.41, relating to charitable trusts.

signed
Myrna L. Pack"

LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY Will Book 14, p. 222: "IN THE PROBATE COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO

Estate of Norman J. Pack, Deceased, Case Number 417023

ENTRY APPOINTING FIDUCIARY; LETTERS OF AUTHORITY

Name and Title of Fiduciary - Myrna L. Pack, Executor

On hearing in open court the application of the above fiduciary for authority to administer decedent's estate, the Court finds that:

Decedent died in testate on 9-20-92 domililed in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio

Bond is dispensed with by the Will.

Applicant is a suitable and competent person to execute the trust.

The Court therefore appoints applicant as such fiduciary, with the power conferred by law to administer fully decedent's estate. This entry of appointment constitutes the fiduciary's letters of authority.

Oct 22, 1992

signed
LAWRENCE A. BELSKIS, Probate Judge

CERTIFICATE OF APPOINTMENT AND INCUMBENCY

The above document is a true copy of the original kept by me as custodian of the records of this Court. It constitutes the appointment and letters of authority of the named fiduciary, who is qualified and acting in such capacity."

LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY Will Book 14, p. 223: "PROBATE COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO

ESTATE OF Norman J. Pack, DECEASED, Case Number 417023

APPLICATION TO PROBATE WILL

Applicant states that decedent died on September 20, 1992

Decedent's domicile was 696 East Moler Street, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio 43207

A document purporting to be decedent's Will is attached and offered for probate. Attached is a list of the surviving spouse, next of kin, legatees and devisees known to the applicant.

signed
John S. Bowers, 0021242
Attorney for Applicant
720 South High Street
Columbus, OH 43206
(614) 443-6548

signed
Myrna L. Pack
Applicant
696 East Moler Street
Columbus, OH 432076
(614) 443-8855

WAIVER OF NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL

The undersigned, being persons entitled to notice of the probate of the Will, hereby waive such notice. Any action to contest the validity of the Will must be filed within four months after the fiduciary files an affidavit with the Court evidencing the giving of this notice.

signed
Myrna L. Pack

signed
Timothy W. Pack

ENTRY ADMITTING WILL TO PROBATE

The Court finds tht the purported Will of decedent, either on its face or from the testimony of the witnesses, complies with the applicable law. It is therefore admitted to probate and ordered recorded. The Court further orders that notice of the probate be given the fiduciary to all parties entitled to notice pursuant to R.C. 2107.18 and 2108.19

Oct 22, 1992

signed
LAWRENCE A. BELSKIS, Probate Judge

AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE OF NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL

The undersigned, fiduciary of the within estate, hereby states that all persons required to receive notice as provided in R.C. 2107.19 (A)(1), have either been notified of the hearing on the probate of the Will, have waived notice of the Will having been admitted to probate, or their names or places of residence are unknown to the fiduciary and cannot with reasonable diligence be ascertained as indicated on the attached form 1.0. Said waivers and/or evidence of notification are attached hereto.

signed
Myrna L. Pack, Fiduciary

County of Franklin
State of Ohio

Sworn to and subscribed before me a notary public on this 17th day of October 1992.

Signed
John S. Bowers, Notary Public/Deputy Clerk"



LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY WILL BOOK 14, p. 124 – “LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

I, Margie (on deed as Marge) Pack, of Rt. 5, Louisa, Kentucky, do make, publish and declare this my Last Will and Testament, revoking all other wills and codicils thereto heretofore made by me.

ITEM I: I direct myexecutor hereinafter named to pay my just debts and funeral expenses as soon as practicable after my death.

ITEM II: I hereby bequeath to my husband, Dewey Pack, a life estate in all my real property.

ITEM III: All the rest and residue of whatever kind or type or wheresoever situate of my estate, I devise and bequeath equally to my two sons, James Dewey Pack and Joseph Pack. This is not intended to include any right to the joint savings account with my husband, Dewey Pack, which is a joint account with survivorship and therefore I have no right to dispose of any interest therein at my death.

ITEM IV: I hereby make, nominate and appoint my husband, Dewey Pack, as my executor and request that no bond be required of him or no inventory required in so far as the same can be waived in accordance with law.

signed
Margie Pack

Signed, sealed and acknowledged by the said Margie Pack to be her last will and testament before us and in our presence, and by us subscribed as witnesses at her request, in her presence and in the presence of each other at Louisa, Kentucky, this the 29th day of January, 1975.

signed Catherine R. Clay, residing at Louisa, KY
signed C. F. See, III, residing at Louisa, KY”

“STATE OF KENTUCKY
LAWRENCE COUNTY Sct.

I, Gallie Isaac, Jr., Clerk of the County and State aforesaid, certify that the foregoing instrument of writing was on the 13th day of November, 1992 lodged for record, whereupon the same with the foregoing certificate have been duly recorded in my office.

Witness my hand this 13th day of November, 1992.

GALLIE ISAAC, JR., CLERK
BY: Gloria J. Cassell, D.C.”



LAWRENCE COUNTY, KENTUCKY WILL BOOK 14, p. 331 – “11-2592 I Elwood Pack being of sound mind hearby bequeath to my wife Verleon Pack all property and money at the event of my death. Excluding the following bequests:

This will was sign and wittness on this date. I name my wife Verleon Pack as the excutrix of my estate.

Sign Elwood Pack

Witness
Date Merle Louise Bradley
11-29-92

?? A. Bradley

Don E. Moore
11-29-92”

“STATE OF KENTUCKY
LAWRENCE COUNTY Sct.

I, Gallie Isaac, Jr., Clerk of the County and State aforesaid, certify that the foregoing instrument of writing was on the 5th day of August 1993 lodged for record, whereupon the same with the foregoing certificate have been duly recorded in my office.

Witness my hand this 6th day of August 1993.

GALLIE ISAAC, JR., CLERK
BY: Gloria J. Cassell, D.C.”




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