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New Jersey Wills - 1902 - James Hubbard
Will Of James Hubbard
His Widow Gets The Income From All His Property
At Her Death the Estate is to be Divided Equally Among Mr. Hubbard’s Three Daughters
The past week has been a very busy one in the surrogate’s office at Freehold. Nine wills were probated. Among the wills was that of James Hubbard of Middletown township, who died about a month ago. The will was made October 14th, 1893, and was witnessed by James E. Degnan and Andrew R. Coleman of Red Bank. Mr Hubbard ordered all his debts paid and all the expenses of settling his estate paid, as soon after his death as could conveniently be done. He made his wife, Jane R. Hubbard, the sole executrix of the will, and gave her power to sell any of the real estate which she might deem it wise to dispose of. His wife is to have the entire income arising from the estate as long as she shall live. At her death the estate is to be equally divided among Mr. Hubbard’s three children. These children are Agnes F. Tompkins of New York, Alice F. Murfitt of Brooklyn, and Annie G. Sneden, who lives at home.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Feb 19, 1902
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