Newport Mercury and Weekly News, Friday January 18, 1928
Every Thursday . In am ex o i .create Ad /and ANOTHER_CASE OPENE. nrjr to Determine Heir* ' of Hannah E. Champlin, Late , of Jamestown. The Iravellns was bad, the bus rom 1'rovldence was late and the uperlor court session d!d not open until 1:40 IhLi raornlnj. The trial docket was gone over udee Blodselt and a number ot cases appeared to be ready. The considered If It mljhi be necessary summon a new force of jurors. A Jamestown case was ready and lury was t-alled, as foUcnva:. Ferdinand Armburst, Jamestown; KrneÂ«t A. ChrLstcnsen, James U. lirown, Sclnu V. McUrall Newport, 5eorgG C. Hambly Tirerlon; Henry Spinster, Charles S. RUy, Charlts H. TlsJall, Newport; Jlllton 11. ell, LWIÂ« C'ompton; Mette K Chrlstensen, 1 Newport; Manuel I). Silvcrla, Mlddlelown; William Duff. Gabriel nosen, Â· Newport; EihellnJ .Sherman. Portsnwulh: Katherlnt Grant, Newport; William It. Simmons, Simmons, Tiverton: Daniel A. lluasey Newport Jurors Annbriut. Duff, Ttsdall, Grail and . Rosen wcro challenged Mr. Hambly was appointed foreman; A long list ot iwrsons claiming 'be heirs; and living In various 10 was'read. It was agreed lhat Ihe heirs' on the side of the father not'dlsputed. The case relates to ,tho estate H a n n a h "E. Champlln.lale'of o . town.. Intestate. It Is entitled the-l S. Wceden vs. Caroline A. Cam mlnlstralor. Mr. Halro' Is for Weeden; Messrs." Pecktiam and for the ad- y m o n d j mlnlstrator. The case and mlno ivho are the heirs of of on her mother's side. She , Jean- u, 15:5. 27 1'rcslon Pcckham.'clerk of tli* Jamestown court of probate, was of i t h Question Nar- first wincss, Caroline A. Carr resigned, resigned, and w i t n e s s Is administrator, "The case lias been consld- estate ordered to be distributed. ered by the probate court and "certified copy of the order, covering several pages was Identified and by witness. Appeal was taken that order, and Hied In this court. A recess was taken from 12:30 1:30.