New Jersey Wills - 1902 - Benjamin Taylor

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New Jersey Wills - 1902 - Benjamin Taylor

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Benjamin Taylor of Middletown township made his will February 15th of this year. He left all his personal property and real estate to his wife, Caroline W. Taylor, and to his sister, Mary Taylor, both of Middletown township, for their use during their lives and during the life of the survivor of them. At the death of Mr. Taylorís wife and sister, all the remaining estate is to go to Mr. Taylorís nephew, Jacob Willse, Jr. Mr. Willse is required to pay two bequests. One of the bequests is $200, which is to be paid to Minnie Carhart who lived with Mr. Taylor. This bequest is to be paid within one year from Mr. Taylorís death. Fifteen hundred dollars is to be paid by Mr. Willse to Mr. Taylorís sister, Catharine VanTassel, wife of Howard VanTassel of Bloomfield, N. J. Of this sum $500 is to be paid two years after Mr. Taylorís death, $500 four years after Mr. Taylorís death, and $500 six years after Mr. Taylorís death. The executors of Mr. Taylorís will were his wife, his sister Mary and his nephew, Jacob Willse, Jr. The witnesses were Daniel D. Handrickson of Middletown and Marcus B. Taylor of Keyport.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Apr 9, 1902

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