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Wills - NJ - 1902 - Sherman B. Oviatt
Sherman B. Oviatt's Will
He Left Two Thousand Dollar To His Mother
All the Rest of His Estate Goes to His Widow
Sherman B. Oviatt, who died at Asbury Park about a month ago, made his will in May, 1895. The will was witnessed by Samuel Johnson and Isaac C. Kennedy. Mr. Oviatt provided first for the payment of his debts and funeral expenses and then left $2,000 in cash to his mother, Mrs. Mary A. Oviatt of Cleveland, Ohio. All the rest of his estate, of whatever the same might consist or wherever it might be situated, was left to his wife, Anna F. Oviatt, to her and her heirs absolutely and forever. His wife was made the executrix of the will, and the will specially provided that she was not to give bonds.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jan 15, 1902
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