Hannah Roosa Hammond Bequests to the Methodist Church
by upon situa- good Yolks em e which he GENEROUS BEQUESTS TO TEE METHODIST CHUECH. Mrs Hannah Hammond, widow the late Kathan S. Hammond, at the home of her nephew, J. Pioosa, Sr., In Monticello. Aug. aged 92 year?, 7 months and 9 She had been a member of the odist Church since 1832, and was generous contributor to the Monti- ello church. She provided a fand for the erection of the lecture ioon and gave liberally to the parsonage building fund. In her will she generous bequests to the missionary, church extension, parsonage and educational funds of the Methodist Church. She leaves $4,000 to the , Monucello M. E, Ceurch; $1,000 the Sunday School, and $1 COO to worthy poor of the church. A gift 5,000 for educating young men for the ministry bears the condition preference,^ _to be g i y e n t men cf the Methodist UFurch. A trust f u n d of $25,000, which to the estate on the death of L zz'e O3ell, is bequeathed to cu=e University.