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Wills - NJ - 1901 - William Clayton
William Clayton of Oceanport made his will in 1889, leaving everything he possessed to his widow, Caroline Clayton, for her use during her life. If she should find it necessary for her comfort and support to sell any of the property and use the proceeds, she has liberty to do so. At Mrs. clayton's death whatever is left of the estate is to go to his two children, Charles E. Clayton and William E. Clayton, or their heirs. The two sons were made the executors of the will. The witnesses were William S. Ryer, W. H. Slocum and Jacob E. Corlies.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Sep 4, 1901
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