New Jersey Wills - December 28, 1898 - Hankinson Crammer

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New Jersey Wills - December 28, 1898 - Hankinson Crammer

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Hankinson Crammer of Pine Brook, who died October 9th, made his will January 27th, 1891. He owned the store property at Pine Brook and he also left other real estate. He mentions in his will a house and lot on Herbert street, Red Bank, but this was sold after the will had been made. Mr. Hankinson left to his wife two dollars and a half, and all the rest of his property he left to his son, Clarence Crammer, who is now about twelve years old. Thomas Crammer, a relative, was made executor of the will with instructions to continue the business until Clarence was nineteen years old, when all the property is to be turned over to him. Clarence is to get a good education, and if there is any income left after paying Clarence's schooling, and keeping the property in repair the executor is to have it for himself. If Clarence dies before he is nineteen years old, all the property is to go to the executor except the two dollars and a half bequeathed to Mr. Crammer's wife. The will has been probated, but Mrs. Crammer under the New Jersey laws, can upset the will any time within six months and can claim one-third of the estate.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, December 28, 1898

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