Person:Parkey Eastham (1)

Parkey Jane Eastham
b.20 NOV 1840 Kentucky, USA
m. 12 JAN 1861
  1. Milly Alice Flanagan1862 -
  2. John Moore Flanagan1863 - 1934
  3. Etta M. FlanaganAbt 1869 -
  4. Jane Flanagan1869 - Bef 1905
Facts and Events
Name Parkey Jane Eastham
Alt Name Parca Flanagan
Alt Name Parkie Jane Eastham
Gender Female
Birth? 20 NOV 1840 Kentucky, USA
Marriage 12 JAN 1861 Russell Co., KYto Ira Grey Flanagan
Death? 17 OCT 1920 Russell, Kentucky, USA
Burial? Flanagan Cemetery, Russell Co., KY
Other? School teacher Fact

Will of Parkey J. Flanagan, Russell County, KY, Sept. 26, 1905

Wesley, Ky. Sept. 26th 1905 I Parkey J. Flanagan being of sound and disposing memory do hereby make my last will 1st I will that after my natural death, that my just debts and funeral expenses be paid out of my estate, 2nd I will that my husband Ira Flanagan have all the balance of my estate both personal & real during his natural life and at his death I will my part one undivided fourth of the bottom place known as the Alexander Wooleridge place as follows (Viz) I will the upper end of said place to Etta M. George and I will the lower end of said place to Millia A. Dunbar during her natural life and at her death I will it to her two Daughters Arella D. Dunbar and Leler J. Dunbar but if either Arella D. Dunbar or Leler J. Dunbar should die without heirs I will that the other one have both shares, and if both should die without children then I will it to my nearest relatives. The farm to be divided as near equal as can conveniently be done, I will that all the balance of personally that may be on hands at my husbands death be equally divided among Millie A. Dunbar an John M. Flanagan & Etta M. George. This the day and year above written

Attests P.J. Flanagan J.C. Nelson E.M. Kinnet

State of Kentucky County of Russell I L.G. Bernard Clerk of the Russell County Court, hereby certify that the foregoing instrument of writing was at the November Term 1920 of the Russell County, produced in court and offered for probate and record, as the last will and testament of P.J. Flanagan, Deceased, and upon proof heard the same was adjudged to be the true last will and testament of the said P.J. Flanagan Deceased and ordered to be recorded as such, whereupon the same with this certificate have been duly recorded in my office. Witness my hand ???? (My photocopy is cut off here)