Hannah Roosa Hammond's Estate questioned
par d! MRS, HAMMOND'S WILL- To Whom the Entate Will Go It Is ot rt From the Montieello Watehman. Shr ul1 Surrogate Smith conclude to refuse probate to the will of late Hannah Hammond and decide in favor of the contestants thirn will be of interest to know where money will RO. In that case the property w!il divided into n i n e shares and uied among the nephews and of Mrs. Hammond. The n i n e beneficiaries will be John P. Eaosa, Monticeilo, who la the only representative of Dr. Isaac Roosa, a of Mrs H a m m o n d ; Mrs. Cochecton, and Mrs. Irvine, her sistar, who are the repreeenta-ives George Koosa, another brother, diad at Oochecton a f e w years the heirs of the late Mrs. Piercy, niece of Mrs. EL., who diea in Binghamton last m o n t h ; and living children of Charles B. viz : Dr. D. B. Bt. John R Roosa. Mrs. Tnorne, Mrs. Dalang and Mrs. Gossler. If the $25 000 trust f u n d Ojell should be held to be a contingent remainder and not vested in estate of Mrs. Hammond, but a of the estate of her deceased husband, N a r h a n S. Hamtncnd, KO to hia heirs, viz: N a t h Hammond Preatoc, of Bridgeport. Conn Mrs. H a n n a h H a m m o New York city; Mrs. John in l Mrs. Hannah Bennet, of Newb u r g h , and Mrs. R'chard of Monticeilo.