Georgia Reports Volume 78

Georgia Reports Volume 78

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...control exercised over him by Amanda Dickson; that it was made under a mistake as to his heirs of law, and was not such a will as he would have made had he known the facts, because the paper was, in its scheme and nature and tendency, illegal and immoral and contrary to the policy of the State and of the law, and destructive and subversive of the interests and welfare of society. The will was admitted to probate by the court of ordinary; and from this judgment the caveators appealed. On the appeal trial, all question as to the capacity of the testator to make a will was abandoned. The other grounds of the caveat were those relied on to defeat the probate of the will. On this trial, as well as that before the ordinary, the will was sustained, and a judgment was taken admitting it to probate and record. The material questions discussed before this court were: (1) That the will was the result of the undue influence exercised by Amanda Dickson, one of the principal beneficiaries under its provisions, and her mother, Julia Dickson, upon the testator. " (2) That it resulted from false and fraudulent representations made by Amanda and J ulia, not only as to the paternity of Amanda, but of Amanda's children, it being insisted that Amanda was not the child of the testator, and that her sons, Julian H. and Charles G., were not the natural sons of the testator's deceased friend, Charles H. Eubanks. (3) That, in consequence of these facts, the will embodied a scheme of Amanda and Julia to carry out the same by virtue of the items and provisions in favor of Amanda and her children; that the scheme was inconsistent with law and contrary to the public policy of the State; and if it did not render the whole paper void as a will, it did...show more

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