Thomas Blackwell Tomb
TIFFIN RELATIVES Kemembered In tha Will of Millionaire ' "Cattl Xing" Tomb, srscui. DiaFATcs to Tas traocrasa. Tlffln, Ohio, May R. Through the will of Thomas B. Tomb, mlllionotre "cattle king, who died in Los Angeles, CaL, April 24. two Tiffln churches the Trinity Episcopal and the .First Baptist wlU each receive $3,000. A score of relatives here. Including the Tingling, Tomb, Watson, Wenner and Strong families, will receive legacies of from $25,000 to $2,500. His widow, who was 141a Harbison, of Cincinnati, receive one half of the estate and la named as ex- ex- ecutrix. - - . In the early eighties Tomb waa bookkeeper bookkeeper in a Tiffin bank which failed. He went to Kansas City and became Identified with a firm of cattle raisers and amassed a large fortune.