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Jane Marie Allen on October 2, 1841, in the City of Washington, D. C, by the Rev. Samuel G. Martin. Children We have one son, Thomas Allen, now deceased, and three diferent daughters, Margaret K. Allen, Elizabeth M. Allen and Jane M. Allen. I have neither Will nor Testament of my own having left to me either the will or the testi- ment of my deceased wife. In the absence of my Will, I declare that I have no heir in the estate of the late wife, as she was my lawful wife when I married her. I have already disclaimed all claims and claims to the estate of Charles F. Allen, the estate of Martha H. Allen, the estate of Lizzie A. Allen and all rights in any one or more of the said estates. THE WILL OF CHARLES F. ALLEN. By the order of the Court, J. L. Galt, the Clerk, February 3, 1844. CHARLES F. ALLEN, my lawful Wife, having taken unto herself a child, and had a chil- dren; and the said child being born the 20th day of December, A. D. 1842, having, by due course of law, been delivered to her Parents, and is now about twenty-eight and a few months old, having been christened by the ministers of her own Church and delivered unto them, has become their lawful Child, hereby granting them my name in her place; also, in my name and by the direction of the Court, taking effect, that all actions, causes, and things, shall, and may be, at any time hereafter, in or upon the said Charles F. Allen, my said lawful Wife, her issue, his issue, and all chil- dren born of them, be, and the same are hereby, declared, settled, and adjudged, to and for the said Charles F. Allen, his mother my mother, with his sisters; and her issue, and his issue, and the Issue of my lawful Wife, my lawful Wife's daughters; and also, and my issue, and the issue of the said Charles F. Allen, his mother my mother, with his Sisters; and also, and my lawful Wife, the issue as aforesaid of any other lawful Wife: that my lawful Wife shall be entitled to the separate administration of the estate, or in case of my death, to the care and control thereof, and all
(fill-in-the-blank), and have no other or later intentions to make any other declaration or otherwise to make any act to the contrary, and am not making a statement in any matter on and before September 12, 2016, at any time, or for any purpose other than to satisfy my own financial obligations. I hereby acknowledge, on September 12, 2016, receipt of my last will and testament, hereby appoint my next of kin as executors of my estate, and, in case of my death, appoint as my successor: (fill-in-the-blank) my sister, my niece, my niece-in-law, my nephew, my nephew-in-law, my brother-in-law, (fill-in-the-blank) my niece, and my niece-in-law, (fill-in-the-blank) my nephew. The Florida Supreme Court has held that it is error “to reject a fraudulent will under state law because an execution, which we hold is a valid will and constitutes proof of a will, was in fact executed.” State v. Williams, 647 So.