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Wills - NJ - 1901 - Adam Huylar
Adam Huylar Left a Farm to One Son and All the Rest of the Estate to His Widow
Adam Huylar of Keyport died June 27th. His will was made on June 22d, five days before his death. He left a widow and seven children. In addition
to his property at Keyport he left a farm of seventy acres in Mendham township, Morris county. This farm was left in trust to his son, William
S. Huylar, and he is to receive the income from it as long as he lives, or he can occupy the farm if he prefers. The trustees of the farm are
B. B. Ogden and Abraham and Benjamin B. O. Huylar, the last two being sons of Mr. Huylar. If the trustees consider it wise they may sell
the farm and give William S. Huylar the income derived from the money; or if they consider it necessary, they may pay him part of the principal
or the whole of it. At William's death the property is to go to his natural heirs. All the rest of his estate was left to his widow. The
executors of the will were Abraham and Benjamin B. O. Huylar and Benjamin B.Ogden.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jul 17, 1901
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