Thomas C. Therwell of Oldham County, Kentucky, do now
make this instrument of writing my last will and
testament, revoking any previous will or codicil.
1. I wish all my just debts and funeral expenses paid,
and after this is done I direct and will
2. That my whole estate, both real and personal, shall be
owned, used and enjoyed by my wife, Susan Virginia, for
her support and maintenance during her natural life.
3. Upon the death of my said wife, my farm in Oldham
County, Kentucky, near Skylight, containing fifty-six
acres, more or less, shall pass to and belong to my son,
Albert A. Therwell in fee simple, together with all
personal property that may then be upon said farm,
including farming implements, household and kitchen
furniture, and life stock of every kind.
4. Upon the death of my said wife, a lot of land upon
which there is a dewelling house situated on the south
side of the alley North of Magazine Street, between Ninth
and Tenth Streets, in the City of Louisville, Kentucky,
fronting twenty-six feet on said alley and extending back
in parallel lines eighty feet, the number of the house
being 928, shall pass to and belong to my grandchildrenb
Edward Thurwell and Lula Thurwell, children of my
deceased son, Frederick Therwell. The said lot is
immediately in the rear and adjoining the lot on Magazine
Street devised to my son Robert. I advanced to my
son Frederick during his life time as much of my estate
as was his just share, but never the less, I make this
devise to two of his children.
I appoint my wife, Susan Virginia, Executrix of this will
and request that she be allowed to qualify without bond.
October 8th 1901
S/ Thos. C. Thirlwell
Attest: David H. Farleigh
John D. Hill