On March 23, 1994, Evelyn Foster died, leaving a house and nearly 400 acres of land in Mercer County along with personal property. She had executed a holographic will, which was offered for probate. The will stated in part: I—Evelyn Foster—being of sound Mind and Body—do hereby declare—In the event of my death—I herby [sic] will the farm-house contents to go to Judy Foster Monk—any Monies shall be divided equally—after the funeral Expenses—between Greg Foster Judy Foster Monk—also I do herby [sic] request that the Farm not be sold! Any personal items shall be equally divided— Sincerely— Evelyn Foster Foster’s son claims that Foster willed only a “farmhouse contents” to his sister (Judy) and not the farmland. Is he correct?