New Jersey Wills - 1902 - Hugh J. Hunt

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New Jersey Wills - 1902 - Hugh J. Hunt

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Hugh J. Hunt of Asbury Park, the owner of the hotel Ellerslie at the place, who died a short time ago, left the hotel and all the furniture and other possessions contained therein to his wife, Eliza K. Hunt. Mr. Hunt left two daughters and a son, and at the death of his wife an undivided one-half of the hotel property is to go to the son and each of the daughters is to get an undivided one-fourth share of the hotel property. The son is Arthur K. Hunt and the daughters are Mrs. Emma E. Sanford and Miss Annie M. Hunt. Mr. Hunt had a fund of $3,000 which is in the hands of H. G. Barnum of Port Huron, Michigan. This is to be equally divided between the two daughters. All the other property left by Mr. Hunt is to go to his two daughters and his son, share and share alike. Mr. Huntís wife and his son are the executors of the will. The will was made October 23d, 1899, and the witnesses were Frank Durand and Allena H. Kelly.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Feb 19, 1902

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