Susie Lynes suit in Circuit Court to break her will

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Susie Lynes suit in Circuit Court to break her will - It It re ha road is SUES TO BE SOLE HEIR OF...
It It re ha road is SUES TO BE SOLE HEIR OF WOMAN WHO REARED HER Mrs. Katie Thompson Schrimpf Alleges Mrs. Susie Lyrics Took Her When Mother Died In 1893. RECEIVED ONLY SMALL SHARE Will Left Major Portion To Nieces and Nephews and Only Plaintiff. §500 To the A. the cost Mrs. Katie Thompson Schrimpf, through her attor- was 420 The ed his and help which road of on disinfectant paint being there it. found courthouse. in his to the ed daughter and sole heir of Mrs. Lynes and the other to set aside the will which bequeathed only a ' small part of the estate to the plaintiff. The action to have Mrs. Schrimpf declared the adopted daughter of Mrs. Lynes is'directed against Bettie Gathright and others. She alleges she was born June 13, 1888 nd when she was 2 years old arents separated. Her mother, mother, Mrs. Mary Thompson se- ure'd a 1 divorce 'and custody. Shprfc- y thereaftr they moved .to-Cedar ·ity. where they r became acquainted with. ,Mr. and Mrs. ' Church : '-Lynes. \frs:·: Schrimpf ' states .-In- li^ir peti- ibn that her 'mother was in -"111 health and discussed with Mr. and drs. Lynes the possibility' of adopting the little daughter. When he mother died in 1893 Mrs. Lynes x)ok the daughter, gave her the name of Katie Lynes, sent her to school and announced her intention of adopting her.^She remained with her until after she was of age n all that time she was known their daughter. She gave her the same affection and loyalty a daughter usually gives .her parents. therefore petitions the court to de clare her the adopted daughter car $1 a yard!neys Ira H. Lohman and creek, j win and Bushman today filed spread | suit in tne Circuit Court to yard. 1, , ,, .,, ~ -., ci · $5500 of (b^ak the will of Mrs. this]Lynes, who died January part 11930. court) Two SU it 5 - were filed, one to de- ,, ,, - m | clare Mra Schrimpf as the adopt . this which i J funds col- which found .the go and put each turn less CHRIST Lenten at that, at all was the Rome's in mournful and purple or Sunday light, j and sole heir. The will which was made November 30, 1929 provided that half of the entire estate go to Nellie May Gathright, $2,000 to Susie Kenney Gordon, $1,000 to Howard Gathright and $500 to Mrs. Katie Thompson Gordon and $500 to the Methodist Episcopal Church of Cedar City while remainder of the estate was .to be divided share and share alike between heirs. The Exchange National Bank was named executor of the estate and letters testamentary were issued to the Bank in Probate Court. The petition sets out that. Mrs. Lynes had been in bad health some time prior to the making the will that her memory was impaired, that she did not have* sufficient mental capacity and that was incapable of understanding, realizing or appreciating how she was disposing of her property. The case will be tried during May term of the Circuit Court. an

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  1. Jefferson City Post-Tribune,
  2. 19 Apr 1930, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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