United States Investor Volume 17, No. 44

United States Investor Volume 17, No. 44

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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. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...Wilson James, late of Norfolk, Va.. a well-known club member, who was found dead in his study after being missing for 12 days, has been probated. The estate is estimated at a quarter of a million dollars. Miss Mary Archer Hooper, of Farmville, Va., gets $20,000; Roswell Page, S. P. Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Valentine, all of Richmond, Va., get $1,000 each. Other bequests amount to about $16,000 for friends and relatives, and the remainder of the estate is left to the University of Virginia, with the provision that for 15 years to come the university shall turn over one-half of the income to the Confederate Soldiers' Horne, Richmond, Va. After that the entire income reverts to the univer ester, nieces and nephews' $10,000 each: 1 H. i'. SV.ll'................Dallum Texas. Alice Palmer Garrett, cousin, Boston, $10,000; Henrietta S. Washburn, Rochester, $56,000 personally and $20,000 realty. The will of Mrs. Fanny Lettitla Keating, late of San Diego, Cal., has been filed. She left an estate valued at $400,000. The sum of $10,000 is set aside for the Bishop's endowment fund of the diocese of Los Angeles. Thirty thousand dollars are provided for the benefit of the church extension society of the convocatlons of southern California. The residue of the estate, at'-ter!'9I3'lIV9S and friends have been provided for, is to be used for the employment of one or more physicians whose duty it shall be to care for those who suffer in San Diego and are too poor 00 pay for medical aid. The will of Byron E. Huntley, late of Batavia, N. Y., has been offered for probate. It disposes of property worth $400,000, of which $360,000 is personal. The bulk of the estate is left to the only sister of the testator, Miss Frances J....show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 104g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236988310
  • 9781236988317