Willis Ludlow (1854-1938)
WILLIS LUDLOW, MONROE, LEAVES $210,000 ESTATE Monroe, Wls.. March 2.—The will of the late Willis Ludlow, Monroe, distributing an estate of an estimated estimated value of $210,000, has been admitted admitted to probate in Green county court. Approximately $165,000 is in personel property and $35,000 in real estate. Special bequests are made: To the Unlversallst church Ladies Aid society, $2,000; to Paul T. Schulze, a vice president of the First National National bank, of which Mr, Ludlow. was a director, $500; to a daughter, Mrs. Rolland Etter, Monroe, $25,000. The remainder of the estate, with the exception of the homestead and personal property therein, which is willed to the widow, is divided Into, thirds. The widow is to get one- third this balance and the two daughters and one son are to divide equally the two-thirds. The daughters daughters are Mrs. Horace G. Lozier, Glen. Ellyn, 111., and Mrs. Rolland Etter, Monroe; and the son is M. Harris" Ludlow, Madison. From the son's share are to be deducted sums advanced advanced to him in late years, according according to a codicil dated Feb. 21, 1938. The widow and the son are designated designated executrix and executor.