Wills - NJ - 1901 - Jonathan R. Pinckney

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Wills - NJ - 1901 - Jonathan R. Pinckney

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J. T. Pinckney Left His Property to His Sister and Her Husband

The will of Jonathan R. Pinckney, who died about a year ago at Atlantic Highlands, has just been probated. The will was made in 1894. Mr. Pinckney left all his property to his sister, Annie E. Stout and her husband, Jacob T. Stout, for their use during their lives. After the death of both Mr. and Mrs. Stout the property is to be divided among their children. Jonathan T. Stout is to receive $2,000, Elizabeth Stout is to receive $1,000 and all the rest of the estate is to be divided equally between Isabelle VanWinkle, wife of John VanWinkle, and Rebecca Vanderbilt, wife of Frank G. Vanderbilt. In the event of any of the nieces dying before receiving their bequest the share of such niece is to go to Dolly Vanderbilt. Jacob T. Stout and Jonathan T. Stout were made executors of the will. The witnesses were John E. Foster and Edgar H. Cook.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Sep 25, 1901

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