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New Jersey Wills - 1902 - William Hoey
William Hoey of New Rochelle was a summer resident of Long Branch and he owned some property there. He died recently and in order to properly settle up his property the will had to be probated in this county. Mr. Hoey left all his property of every kind to his wife, “knowing” as he said, “that she will provide for and take care of our children.” In case she should die before him, then he left all his property in trust to Winfield Scott B. Parker of Long Branch to be used for the support and care of his two children, Beatrice Hoey and William Hoey, Jr. Mr. Hoey’s wife Madeline was made the executor of the will, but in case she died before him then this duty was to fall on Mr. Parker. The will was made Mary 11th, 1901, and was witnessed by George W. VanGelder and Stephen T. VanGelder.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Apr 9, 1902
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