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WILL DISCLOSES BOKANCE DoctorDivj4eatlTopert7 Between Wires J Who Lived Side by Side BauI4er4Colo rMiptc joKew Ts WorM t A - romance in the life ot the late Dr Charles Ambrook a pioneer physician of Boulder was revealed when hhj will was filed for probate Dr jAmbrook divided the bulk of Ttiij estate between his first and second wives Dr - Mary Louise Ambrook Ambrook from whom he was divorced and Grace Revlne Sternberg - Ambrook To his son Albert William by his first wife he left persorial property of no great value Thirteen years ago Dr Ambrook was called to attend - Miss Grace Revlne Sternberg the nineteen - year - old daughter of D K Sternberg It was a case of love at first sight on both sides Dr Ambrook was then 58 years old but disparity in age did not affect the ardor of their affection for each other Dr Ambrook got a divorce and a year later married Miss Sternberg The first Mrs Ambrook yrih money provided by her divorced husband attended the medical school at the University of Michlgari at AnnXrbor where she graduated graduated - After receiving her degree she returned tq Moulder to practice medicine and occupied - ji house mxt door to that of her divorced husband Mrs Am brook foi became friendly with Mrs Ambrook - No A son Albert born by the first marriage marriage ind now 30 years of age hai livedwith his mother since the separa - tfpn and he was present when his fathe dftd 4 After his death Dr Ambrpoks body was held week to carry out the wishes of the deceased who alvrays had a fear of being buried alive The widojif and Albert attended to al funeral details details and the body was Interred seven days after death The will filed In the county court provided that Albert William Ambrodk shall be given his fathers watch walking walking cane military papers typewriter and desk Out of his life Insurance shall be paid a note of 0OQ for money lent him by his wife Grace 5tevlne Ambrook Ambrook The residue of the life insurance shall go to Mary Ambrook who is also given the frame residence in which he had been living and a brick house and 160 acres of farm land in Cheyenne countyi Neb This is given her for her use and upon her death - thla la to go to the son Albert William Ambrook A desire Brasexpressed that themoney be invested in interest - bearing securities The property can he disposed of Jy Mary Louise Ambrook Albert William Ambrook joining in the deed

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 14 Nov 1911, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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