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New Jersey Wills - 1900 - Isaac Lanning


   

Isaac Lanning of Wall township made his will on Christmas day, 1891 the witnesses were William Tilton and Augusta Miller. Mr. Liming left all his property to his wife for her use as long as she should live. At her death the homestead property is to be divided into four shares. William Liming, Mary Eliza Liming, Susan Allgor, wife of David Allgor, and Catharine Shibla, wife of Jackson Shibla, four of Mr. Liming's children, are each to get one of these shares. Mr. Liming's lot, known as "the brick yard" goes to another daughter, Rebecca Jane Allgor, wife of John Allgor. The other parts of his real estate, consisting of small pieces of land, is to be distributed among his children. Olive Franklin and Clara Franklin, two of Mr. Liming's granddaughters, are each to get the interest on $125 until they are eighteen years old and they are then to get the principal of this sum. William L. Tilton is made the executor of the will.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Apr 18 1900


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