will of John Goheen article dated 22 May 1907

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A N S F O R In h e of the part assist have exercises the Methodist e x t Post meet o'clock the which M". The soldier community: N. W. T. Sutor. THREE ESTATES DIVIDED. Bequests Made In Wills Filed the Last Week. The will of the late Julia Ann McClelland, of Saltsburg, has been filed. becpueaths her farm in Conemaugh township containing 110 acres to her two sons, Howard J., and John T. providing they pay to the testator's daughter, Mrs. Thomas J. Moore $800. She bequeaths to her daughters, E. McClelland and Mrs. William E. McCombs, and her son, James H. McClelland McClelland two lots in Saltsburg Extension. Her piano is given to her daughter, Louise. The contents of her parlor given to her daughters, Mrs. William McComb and Louise E. McClelland. remainder of her estate is divided i equal shares among her six children. The will is dated September 10, 1902. Her sons, Howard J., and John T. McClelland are appointed executors. The will of the late John Goheen, North Point, has been recorded. He directs that all the just debts the said estate and a note for $2,000 held against him by his widow, be He also bequeaths to his wife $2,000 cash, all household furniture and personal property belonging to t h home, a small tract of land at North Point and the homestead. All the remaining remaining estate is directed to be c verted into cash and after the of debts and the bequests made to widow the balance is bequeathed as follows : One-fifth to his son, Davis Goheen: one-fifth to his daughter, MeEwea; one-fifth to his daughter, Hazlett; one-fifth to his daughter, M. Swartz, and two-thirds of the remaining remaining one-fifth to his grandson, T. Goheen, and the remaining one-third to his son, Davis W. Goheen, in to invest the same and pay the thereon to Clara Goheen, widow of testator's deceased son, J. Frank Goheen, during her natural life or as long remains a widow. Upon her death remarriage the principal is given to testator's grandson, Max T. Goheen. His son, Davis W. Goheen, is appointed executor. The will is dated February 1904.

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  1. The Indiana Progress,
  2. 22 May 1907, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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