New Jersey Wills - 1899 - Miss Hannah Winter

Miss Hannah Winter, who died at Lincroft about a month ago, left a will in which she ordered that all her debts be paid first from her estate, and that a headstone to cost $100 be erected over her grave. To her sister, Catharine Winter, she left five cane-seated walnut chairs and whatever other furniture her sister might have in her possession at the time of Miss Winterís death. To another sister, Rachel Lufburrow, she left $1,000 in cash; to her brother, Andrew Winter, she left $500; and to another brother, William B. winter, she also left $500. One thousand dollars was left to be divided equally among the eight children of Miss Winterís brother, Thomas S. Winter, who died some years ago. These children are Jennie Quackenbush, Mary Wall, Emma Winter, Andrew Winter, Charles Winter, Irene Winter, Arthur Winter and Elizabeth Winter. They will get $125 each. All the rest of the estate was left to Miss Winterís nephew, William A. Winter. The will was made March 18th, 1895 with Daniel H. Applegate and James E. Degnan as witnesses. The executors of the will are Miss Winterís brother, William E. Winter, and her nephew, William A. Winter.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, May 31, 1899