New Jersey Wills - 1900 - Ann Quirk

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New Jersey Wills - 1900 - Ann Quirk

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Ann Quirk of Matawan, after providing for the payment of her debts and funeral expenses, divided her estate into seven parts. One of these seven parts was to go to each of her five living children - Michael Quirk of Brooklyn, Margaret O’Hanlon, wife of Bernard O’Hanlon of New York; Daniel M. Quirk of Matawan, Edward J. Quirk of Matawan and Andrew Quirk of Long Island City. One of the remaining shares is to be divided between William Edward Heenan of Matawan and Annie Heenan of Brooklyn, children of Mrs. Quirk’s daughter Elizabeth; and the last remaining share is to go to Mary Cox, wife of Joseph Cox of Matawan, the daughter of Mrs. Quirk’s son Henry. John M. Roberts of Matawan was made executor of the will and Mary Cannon and Marcus B. Taylor were the witnesses. The will was made February 6th of this year.

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

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