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Wills - NJ - 1902 - Eleanor B. Roberts
Eleanor B. Roberts of Keyport directed that her debts be paid. Her husband, Daniel Roberts, will have the use of her property
during his life. At his death her son, Thomas H. Roberts, is to get the old family clock; another son, Daniel Edgar Roberts, is
to get $100 on account of the proceeds of his shares in the Toms River building and loan association; and her daughter, Cordelia
A. Roberts, is to get $500, her mother's watch and chain, jewelry, silverware, china tea set, mirror, VanBrakle chair, knit counterpane
and beds and bedding. The rest of her estate is to be divided equally between the three children. The children were appointed joint
executors of the will, which was witnessed by Rutsen S. Snyder and Charles R. Snyder of Atlantic Highlands. A codicil made to the will
gave the executors power to sell the real estate. The codicil was witnessed by Eleanor Arrowsmith and S. V. Arrowsmith.
Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Jan 15, 1902
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