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Wills - NJ - 1901 - Lewis VanCleaf
Another Freehold man's will which was probated last week was that of Lewis VanCleaf. He made his will November 8th, 1892. Three sons,
Aaron R.VanCleaf, William VanCleaf and John B. VanCleaf, each got one dollar. Mr. VanCleaf's daughter, Jane Ann wife of Al. Conklin of Staten Island gets
$150. Another daughter, Mary Elizabeth Farrell, gets $350. Mr. VanCleaf's grandson, Harry Farrell, gets $350 and Mr. VenCleaf's gold watch and best
chain. This money is to be used to support and educate Harry Farrell during his minority. All the rest of the estate is to be divided equally among
Mr. VanCleaf's children or their heirs. Mary Elizabeth Farrell is made executrix of the will.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jan 9, 1901
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