Charles Fillmore "Phil" Troutman Sr. 2
- Born: 6 Jun 1856, Bullitt County, Kentucky
- Died: 4 Sep 1920, Bullitt County, Kentucky at age 64
- Buried: Cave Hill Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky
Will of C.F. Troutman
I, C.F. Troutman, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do make and publish the following as my last
will and testament:
FIRST- I give and devise to my beloved wife, Ada B. Troutman, the lot on Main street in Shepherdsville,
Kentucky, purchased by me of B.B. Ball, on which we live, together with the dwelling and its contents and
all property in and about the premises.
Also, the lot on Water street known as the Gill property in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, but the use and
occupancy of said property is devised to Robert and Annie Troutman as long as they shall live; and, in the
event of the death of one of them, to the survivor, provided they and the survivor shall pay the taxes on
said property and keep said property in repair; the failure to comply with either of these conditions shall
work a forfeiture of the right of occupancy of said property and the failure to live on said property shall
work a forfeiture of said right.
SECOND- I give and devise to my son, Woodford B. Troutman, sixty (60) shares of the Capital Stock of the
Bullitt County Bank, of Shepherdsville, Kentucky, and the sum of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars to be
paid to him by my Executrix as soon as convenient, out of my estate.
THIRD- I give and devise to my son, C. F. Troutman, Jr., the lot I own on the North side of Second street in
Shepherdsville, Kentucky, running from Doctor's Alley to the McCormick lot- and also my interest in the lot
owned by Troutman bros., lying on Main street and Second street, in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, and bounded on
the East by Doctor's Alley and on the South by the lot of Dr. R.I. Kerr- and also my interest in the stock
of goods and notes and accounts belonging to the firm of Troutman Bros., subject to the payment of one-half
of the liabilities of said firm. He is also required to pay his mother, Ada B. Troutman, the sum of Five
Hundred ($500.00) Dollars per year for a period of four years, or at such other times as may be agreed upon
between them; and the payment of said sum is made a charge upon the property devised to him.
FOURTH- To my wife, Ada B. Troutman, I give and devise the remainder of my estate, real and personal,
wherever located; and she is empowered and authorized to sell and convey any real estate I may own, if
desired or necessary in the settlement of my estate.
I do not desire any inventory of my estate filed.
I nominate my wife, Ada B. Troutman, as Executrix of my estate and request the Court not to require of her
any surety as such.
Given under my hand, this the 5th day of February, 1920.
Charles married Ada Maude Bates, daughter of Dr. D. M. Bates and Unknown.