New Jersey Wills - 1900 - George H. Palmer

Home  Search  Queries  Surnames  Census  Ships  States


Site Search

Post Query

Search Queries

Surname Resources

Census Records

Ships Lists!

State Links

Ethnic Links

Link to Distant Cousins

New Jersey Wills - 1900 - George H. Palmer

Search this site by Keyword / Surname:

George H. Palmer of Long Branch, who died on Thursday, January 25th , made his will about two years before his death. He left two daughters, Frances Palmer and Clara Palmer, both of whom live at Toms River. His first provision was for a headstone over his grave to cost about $100 and for a gravestone over the grave of his sister, Mary Thompson, to cost about $25. He directs that he be buried in the graveyard of the Yellow Meeting House in Upper Freehold township, and he directs his executor, Thomas R. Woolley of Long Branch, to erect a fence of stone posts and two-inch galvanized rails around his burial plot. This fence is not to cost above $60. His wife, Mary Ann Palmer, is to have the use and occupancy of a house and lot at Toms River as long as she should live, and at her death it is to go to his two daughters. All the rest of his property is to be sold and the proceeds divided equally between his two daughters as soon as the property can be sold advantageously. The witnesses to the will were Ashley K. Bennett and Orville F. Bennett.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Mar 21, 1900

Some additional excellent resources for your research are:

Thank you for visiting our site.
Please do come back again.
And remember, we are all Distant Cousins

Link to

Back to Home Page

Privacy Statement