John S Coleman & ellen M Coleman - Monday August 5, 1963

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John S Coleman & ellen M Coleman - Monday August 5, 1963 - LAW OFFICES JOHN C. SULLIVAN ALGONQUIN....
LAW OFFICES JOHN C. SULLIVAN ALGONQUIN. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or ALLEGANY COUNTY, MARYLAND. CATHERINE BAKER, ET UX., PLAINTIFFS, VS. WILLIAM COLEMAN, ET AL. DEFENDANTS NO. 21008 EQUITY OF Edition) THERETO OF THE THE 2099, the This is to five notice that on the 18th day of July, 1963, a Bill of Complaint Complaint was filed in the Circuit Court for Allegany Plalnliffs against and nonresident Counly, Maryland, by the the following resident Defendants, namely. Coleman, his wife, Nettie Knippenburg, William T. Coleman, Springfield, West Virginia: Daniel M. Coleman, Midland, Maryland; Michael S. Coleman and Annie Coleman, his wife, Frostburg, Maryland: Patrick Coleman and Florence Midland, Maryland 134 Centre Street, Cumberland, Maryland; Boyd Coleman and Evelyn Coleman, his wife, Winchester Winchester Road, Cumberland, Maryland; Mary Baker and Robert Baker/ her husband. husband. Ridgeley, West Virginia; Catherine HDSS and Charles Hess, her husband, Cumberland, Maryland; James P. Mills and "Ethel Mills, his wife, R.F.D. Ocean, Frostburg, Maryland; Ruth Llppold and Walter Llppold, her husband, 63 Greene Street. Cumberland, Maryland; Mildred Cocklin and F. W. Cocklin, her husband, husband, 4813 Rolling Hill Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Annie Pressman and Bernard Bernard Pressman, her husband, 168 East Maple Dale Avenue, Akron, Ohio; Mary Jackson and Robert Jackson, her husband. husband. Midland, Maryland;' William E. Mills and Margaret Mills, his wife. Midland, Maryland; Earl Mills, Midland. Fire (1960 said consists A November, adopted City ally Maryland; Bernard O'Brien, his wife. O'Brien LaVale, and Mary Maryland; Agnes Mattingly and Leo MatUngly, her 25936 Belle Air. Roseville, Frances Hawkim «r>u Charles her husband, 717 South 4th Lafayette, Indiana; Beatrice Midland; Edna Custer and Troxcll Custer, her husband, 7S4i Balti- Slreel, Baltimore 24, Maryland; Patrick O'Brien and Eileen O'Brien, his wife, Route 3 Box 15. Lothian, Maryland; William O'Brien and Maxine O'Brien, his wife, 1342 McLaine Street, Lincoln Park, Michigan; Daniel O'Brien and PauUne O'Brien, his wife. Midland, Maryland; Hugh Coleman and Jean Coieman, his wife, Midland, Maryland; Mary Harrison and Joseph Harrison, her husband, 205 Putram Lane, Weirton, West Virginia; and John I. Coleman and Alice Coleman, his wife, 505 Dunbar Drive, Cumberland, Maryland. The petition alleges in substance that all the parties to this suit are adults and made. and Council the and D of reads of who any build statement and from or or violation a than less or The grandchildren and and grandchildren of and recorded among the land of 'Allegany Counly, Maryland, or Ihe children and spouses of children John S. Coleman and Ellen M. Coleman, his wife. The said John S. Coleman predeceased predeceased his wife, intestate, seized and possessed of all that certain real estate contained in. deed dated April t, 1901, and recorded among the Land Records of Allegany Counly, Maryland, in Liber K, folio 340, and deed dated August 5, IMS, Records in Liber 07, folio S«, and deed dated June S, 1909, and recorded among the Land Records of AlleRany County, Mary land, in Liber 1M, folio 6fM. The said Ellen M. Coleman. who acquired a one- third <M> interest hy law in said property, property, died tcstale May R. 1932, and under her Last Will and Testament she devised devised all her properly lo her children. That the hereinafter named children and grandchildren of the said Ellen M. Coleman Coleman acquired a two-third (Vi) interest by law from the deceased John S. Coleman Coleman and * one-third I.'A: interest from the deceased Ellen M. Coleman. That the following children and grandchildren are now living and are entitled to an interest in said property, namely, William Coleman, Coleman, son; Daniel Coleman, son; Michael Coleman, son; Patrick Coleman, son; Boyd Coleman, grandson; Mary Coleman, Coleman, granddaughter; Catherine Coleman, granddaughter; Nettie Knippenburg, daughter-in-law; Jiimfi P. Mills, grandson; grandson; Ruth Mills Lippold, granddaughter; Mildred Cocklin, granddaughter; Annie Pressman, granddaughter; Mary Jackcon, Jackcon, granddaughter; William Mills, grandson; Earl Mills, grandscn; Bernard O'Brien, grandson; Agnes Maltlngly, granddaughter; Frances Hawkins, grand a otherwise penalty codified take s/ daughter; daughter; Beatrice Catherine Summers, grand- Baker, granddaugh ing: ter; Edna Custer, (franrtdaujzhter; Patrick Patrick O'Brien, grandson; William O'Brien, grandson; Daniel O'Brien, grandson; Hugh Coleman, grandson; John Coleman, grandson; and Mary Harrison, (rand- daughter. That the aforesaid parties to this suit are the only parties now seized and possessed ol an interest in said property. That sak! real estate cannot be divided without lo*s or injury «> the parties entitled to an interest therein and in order io make a division ol said Interest, It is necessary that th« property be sold and the monies arising there- from be divided among the parties according according to their respective interests. The relief pra>ed for is that a Decree Decree may b« passed by the Circuit Court for Allegany County, Maryland, appointing appointing a trustee (or the sale ol the property and a division of the proceeds among the parties to (he said came •. according to their respective interests. WHEREUPON, the Circuit Court it is ORDERED by for ADegasjy County, Maryland, (his IMh day of July. 1963, thil the Petitioners catix a otpy of thic Order to be Inserted in a newspaper published published in Allegany Cooaly, Maryland, ooce in.eich of four (41 soeccMlve weekf before the IMai day nf Ao«at, 19«3. fir UK notice to tht saM ao*-r*wdeiM De fend ants of the object and • M**s*ce a the Bill of Corapialat «od warning them (o show cause, If any there may be, on or before the 20th day of September, 1963, why a Decree should not b* passed aa prayed. JOSEPH E. BODEN, Clerk TRITE COPY; TEST: JOSEPH E. BODEN, Citric. Adv. T-Joly 22-a, Aug. S-12 NO. the 34' of to in publicly to to of

Clipped from Cumberland Evening Times05 Aug 1963, MonPage 7

Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland)05 Aug 1963, MonPage 7
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