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Wills - NJ - 1901 - Emily Woolley
Emily Woolley, wife of Britton Woolley, Jr., of Long Branch, made her will in 1893. She left all her property to Ann Maria Woolley,
widow of Michael M. Woolley, for her use during her life. Upon the death of Ann Maria Woolley the property is to go to her daughter,
Lavila Woolley. In case Lavila Woolley dies without issue the property is to revert to St. James's Episcopal church of Long Branch.
Ann Maria Woolley and Lavila Woolley were made executors of the will. The will was witnessed by Thomas R. Woolley and A. Taylor Truax.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Sep 25, 1901
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