The Dallas Journal, Volume 53, 2007 Page: 52
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Henry Pollack Trunk Company
to visit the said child at reasonable and proper intervals. And the said parties, having in open court, filed the
following agreement, to-wit:
Suit Pending in the District Court of the 14th Judicial District of the State of Texas
Now comes the parties hereto and in the event a decree of divorce should be granted of their property
rights, as follows:
First. To the plaintiff shall be adjudged in her own right, all the household and kitchen furniture located in
and about the present homestead of the plaintiff and defendant on Ervay and McKee streets in the City of
Dallas, including the horse and buggy usually driven by the plaintiff.
Second. To the plaintiff shall be adjudged in her own right, an estate for her natural life in the aforesaid
homestead of the plaintiff and defendant, with remainder in fee upon her death to Sam Pollack, the son of
plaintiff and defendant, said homestead being described as follows, to-wit:
Situated in the County of Dallas, State of Texas, in the City of Dallas, being a part of a tract of land bought
by W. D. Knowles and wife from J. P, Henry, on the 16th day of August 1887. Filed for recorded August
16, 1887, and recorded in Book 8b, page 605, in the office of the County Clerk of Dallas county, Texas,
and more fully described as follows:
Beginning 25 feet north 42 '/2 west from the center of McKee street at its intersection with Ervay Street, for
the southeast corner of the tract herein conveyed;
Thence south 45 west about 150 feet, a stake;
Thence north 43 west 65 feet, a stake;
Thence north 45 east, 150 feet, to southwest line of Ervay street, 65 feet, to the place of beginning.
Third. Should the said plaintiff, Jennie Pollack, survive the said child, Sam Pollack, then and in that event
said plaintiffs life estate in the said homestead shall cease and determine and thereupon the fee and title to
said homestead shall vest one-half in the plaintiff and the other in the defendant.
Fourth. To the defendant shall be adjudged in his own right, all other property of whatsoever kind or
character, real, personal, or mixed, whether separate or community and wheresoever situated.
Fifth. This agreement is intended to operate as a final and conclusive settlement of all property rights
between the plaintiff and defendant.
Jennie W Pollack in personam
Henry Pollack in personam
And it appearing to the court that
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and reasonable, the same is a " '
hereby approved and made a part
of the judgment of this court, and '
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It is further ordered that the
Plaintiff recover all costs in this Murphy-Bolanz Real Estate Map noting divorce of the couple 139
behalf expended, and that the officers of court have execution against each party for the cost by them
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