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New Jersey Wills - 1900 - Joseph Hadding
Joseph Hadding of Marlboro made his will about five years ago. He left the use of all his estate to
his wife, Theresa Hadding, as long as she should live. At her death all the estate is to go to Mr.
Hadding’s son William, but he is to pay out of the estate a number of legacies to Mr. Hadding’s other
children and grandchildren. These special bequests include the payment of $200 to Mr. Hadding’s son
Aaron; $100 to Mr. Hadding’s daughter, Betsy Boxmire, and $50 each to her two children, William and
Lena, when they reach the age of 21 years; $100 to Mr. Hadding’s son Henry, and $100 to Henry’s
daughter Lula when she reaches the age of 21 years. William Hadding is made the executor of the
will in which Mr. Hadding requests his children "to look after their mother and care for her in
her old age and make her last days comfortable." The witnesses to Mr. Hadding’s will were Conrad
Opperman, Amelia Opperman and William L. Conover.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Mar 21, 1900
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