Wills - NJ - 1901 - Charlotte Longstreet

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Wills - NJ - 1901 - Charlotte Longstreet

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Charlotte Longstreet, widow of Tabor Longstreet of Wall township, divided her furniture and other household effects among her sons, Henry Longstreet and Eugene Longstreet; and among her grandchildren, Celestine Bennett, Oliver Longstreet and Lizzie Longstreet. The family bible was bequeathed to Eugene Longstreet. A lot at Brielle was given to Celestine Bennett, and the executors were instructed to cancel of record any claims that Mrs. Longstreet might have against Henry Longstreet or Eugene Longstreet. All the rest of the estate was left to Mrs. Longstreet's two sons Henry and Eugene, to be divided equally between them. This bequest was made subject to any rights in Mrs. Longstreet's estate which might be held by John S. Fielder and Harry Vanness, or the father of Harry Vanness. The executors of the will are Henry Longstreet and Eugene Longstreet.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Sep 4, 1901

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