Alton Evening Telegraph Alton, Illinois Monday, January 15, 1917 p 3
HENRY BRUGGEMANN'S WILL PILED. Ex-Postnia.st«r Leaves Sinall Kstutc to Wife for Life and at Hor Death to Uo Distributed. The will of former postmaster Capt. Henry Brueggemann was filed for probate today. It disposes of a small estate, giving his wife, a life interest in It and at her death to be distributed among nieces and nephews. The chief part of the estate estate is the home in which Capt. Bnueggemann died. Though he hold public office many years bis activities activities in politics were costly and he died a comparatively poor man according according to the will. The widow is enjoined to be careful with tho estate and to see that two sisters of ddeceased are cared for. At her death the distribution will take in all tho nephews and nieces of the ox- postmaster. One of the two sisters mentioned in the will died/just before before he did. The widow is executrix.