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Wills - NJ - 1901 - John G. Hulse
John G. Hulse of Howell township made his will April 1st, 1899. He was a member of Vredenburgh council of American Mechanics, and he
ordered that the death benefit paid by that organization be used in carrying out the provisions of the will. He ordered that his grave
should be bricked up and that flagstones should be placed on top of the brickwork, but that his funeral expenses should not exceed $85.
A headstone is to be placed over his grave and also over the grave of his wife at a cost not to exceed $50 each. Fifty dollars was bequeathed
to Bethesda church of Turkey with the request that the trustees of the church keep his and his wife's burial plots in order. Mr. Hulse's
nephew, Walter H. Barton, got a gold watch and some furniture, and all the rest of his possessions were left to his sister, Phebe A. Baremore.
Mr. Hulse's "trusty friend", John W. Conine, was made executor of the will.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, June 12, 1901
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