William Anderson of Blair County mix up with will & wife, Jane (from the Lancaster (Penn) New Era, June 19 1882

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A WIDOW ALWAYS BSTITLxL tO BIS , DOWKH. from tftf LantatrrP,lin. Xew JJa. JUnt 19. Vhen William Anderson, of Blair County, was dying, hi wife, Jaso, promised him that she would endeavor to agree to the term of bis will. After his death she gave a paper to tbe Executors carrying oat tbat agreement. Sbe was told, however, however, that she bad simply relinquished $4,011 of her 2WSe?M,qU,tJTpeTok,d0 agreement ww put la ber claim for one-third one-third one-third of tb estate, which waa rained at MO.OUO. Tb erf her hi Irs ougbrto bold he, .to ber written prom.li. nd wben the County Comma Plea decided against .STefP1?1 ?uth 0DTm CoBrt- CoBrt- TU4tter tribunal also en Thursday support d br and said; It matters aot what Mrs. Andrsoa' aaotiv was !L? 10 ik u,k1' th w'iL A promise to

Clipped from The New York Times28 Jun 1882, WedPage 2

The New York Times (New York, New York)28 Jun 1882, WedPage 2
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