Submitted by Joseph F. Frey, Jr.
I, William H. Frey being in good health do make this my last will and testament in manner and form as follows to wit. I will devise and bequeath to my wife, Mary L. Frey, all of my property of any and all kinds to have and to hold and to dispose of as may seem best and as I have hereto fore advanced the sum of $250.00 to Harrison I. Frey also to John Fred Frey, the sum of $300.00. These two sums of money so paid shall be deducted from their share of the estate when sold and should any one of my children kick on the provisions of this my last willl shall receive and be paid the sum of $25.00 only in the final sale and distribution of the proceeds from the sale of the property on Morton Ave. in Moundsville, Wv, the same being lot 120 on Morton Ave. Given under my hand and seal, this 19th day of September 1919. Signed, William H. Frey OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE COUNTY COURT OF MARSHALL COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA January 20, 1920 In the matter of the probate of the will of William H. Frey, deceased. A paper writing bearing date on the 19th day of September 1919 purporting to be the holographic will of William H. frey, deceased was this day presented for probate. Thereupon came Louise Henrietta and James A. Sigafoose whose on their oaths say they were and are acquainted with the handwriting of the testator and that said writing is wholly in the handwriting of said writing of said testator and that the signature thereto is the signature and in the handwriting of said testator was of sound and disclosing mind. It is ordered that said paper writing be admitted to probate and ordered recorded as the last will and testament of the said William H. Frey, deceased. TESTE: J. E. Chase, clerk