New Jersey Law Reports Volume 17

New Jersey Law Reports Volume 17

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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. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...of 1836. That after the death of said Joseph Combs, the executors of James English, dec. the second, (who was one of the children of Doctor James English, named in the will of David Combs, ) obtained a decree in Chancery, for the sale of the real estate of James English second, dec., to carry into efl'ect the will of the said James Den ex dem. Ahruhams v. English ct al. English, dec. That the executors of said James English, dec. exposed to public sale, all the right, title and interest of said James English second, dec. in the farm in controversy, as a portion of the real estate of James English, dec. the second. And the same was struck off to the lessor of the plaintiff, and a deed from the executors duly made therefor, agreeably to law. (Pro ut same.) That said James English second, dec., one of the children of Doctor James English, was living at the date of the will of David Combs, and at his death; but died during the lifetime of Joseph Combs, on the 7th day of May, 1834, leaving one child, who died an infant prior to the sale to the lessor of the plaintiff, and the death of said Joseph Combs. It is further admitted by the parties, that Doctor James English the first, named in the will, after the death of David Combs, to wit, on the 13th day of July, 1811, did obtain for a valuable consideration, from Villiam Stoney and Elizabeth his wife, formerly Elizabeth Hendricks, the grand-daughter named in the will of David English, dec. the first, a release to him, of all their rights and interest in the premises in controversy--(pro ut the same)--after the said Elizabeth had come of age and had lawful heirs of her body. That the said Doctor James English the first, died leaving seven children, (some of whom were born after David Combs'...show more

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  • United States
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  • 123685683X
  • 9781236856838