In her last illness, Mrs. Jackson desired to transfer realty to her married daughter, plaintiff herein. To prevent creditors of the daughter's husband from reaching the property, Mrs. Jackson conveyed the land to her husband, Mr. Jackson, with the parol understanding that "he would see that Cora got it." Jackson failed to transfer the land and upon his death it passed under an ante-nuptial settlement to defendant, his second wife. In an action to recover the land, the court stated that defendant was in the position of a bona fide purchaser for value, and held that the statute of frauds precluded recovery. Young v. Jackson, (Kan. 1934) 36 P. (2d) 91.