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NJ - 1900 - WILLIAM DOWDS' WILL
HIS PROPERTY GOES TO TWO OF HIS CHILDREN
They Must Care for Their Mother as Long as She Lives
The will of William Dowd of Holmdel was probated last week. Mr. Dowd left all his property to his son, John Dowd of Seabright, and to his Daughter,
Margaret Dowd, who lived at home. The property is to be divided equally between them, but they are to care for their mother, Margaret Dowd, as long as
she shall live. These two children were made executors of the will. Mr. Dowd left five other children, but they were not mentioned in the will.
These children are Daniel Dowd of Red Bank, Mrs. Edward Allen of Fair Haven, Mrs. Edward Rogers of Asbury Park, and Mrs. James Powers and Mrs. William
Jones of Trenton. The will was made June 28th, 1900. and David Warner and James M. Walling of Keyport were the witnesses.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Sep 5, 1900
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