New Jersey Wills - September 28, 1898 - Mrs. Maria Morford Vanderveer

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New Jersey Wills - September 28, 1898 - Mrs. Maria Morford Vanderveer

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Distribution of Maria M. Vanderveer's Estate

Mrs. Maria Morford Vanderveer's will has been probated. The executor's of the will were Mrs. Vanderveer's husband, Abram T. Vanderveer, and W. S. B. Parker. Mr. Parker had declined to serve and Mr. Vanderveer will thus be sole executor. Mrs. Vanderveer left to her daughter, Cornelia Jane Vanderveer, a lot on the former John T. Morford property, and also a piano and a gold ring. To her son Charles Arthur Vanderveer she also left a lot, and in addition a mantel clock and a picture which had been in the family for more than 200 years. Another lot was left to another daughter, Cora Anna Brown, wife of Dr. George W. Brown; but this lot was to become her daughter's possession only on condition that Dr. Brown put in no bill against Mrs. Vanderveer's estate for medicine or attendance. In case he presented such a bill, then the bill was to be paid, but the lot was to go into the residue of the estate. To Cora Anna Brown, and two other children, Frederick Morford Vanderveer and Julie Vanderveer Stuits were given various keepsakes. The silverware possessed by Mrs. Vanderveer was to be divided among the five children, but their father was to have the use of it as long as he wanted it. All the rest of the estate of every kind was to go to her husband as long as he should live, and at his death it was to be equally divided among the five children or their heirs. The will was made June 24th, 1893, with George W. Dey and George VanGelder as witnesses.

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

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