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Wills - NJ - 1901 - Eleanor Jagger
Eleanor Jagger of Ocean Grove provided in her will that she should be buried in Ivy Hill cemetery, near Germantown, Philadelphia,
and that the bodies of her father and mother should be taken from their present places of burial and buried beside her. Her entire
estate was left to Maria S. Crump, wife of her cousin, Henry J. Crump. Mr. Crump, who was made executor of the will, was instructed
to give, from her personal estate, tokens of remembrance to Mrs. E. Claude Goddard of Philadelphia, Mrs. Annie Huntley Ross of Omaha,
Nebraska, and Mrs. Mary McArthur of Ocean Grove. The will was made June 5th, 1901. The witnesses were H. B. Alday, George W. Evans
and Mary A. Foster.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jul 24, 1901
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