Will of WmChristy Herron filed may 1909

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Will of WmChristy Herron filed may 1909 - TENTH From Annual Income Set Aside By William...
TENTH From Annual Income Set Aside By William Christie Her-ron Her-ron Her-ron For "the Lord's Account". Ilis Will Filed. That the late William Christie Herron set apart one tenth of his annual Income, which he placed to -The -The Lord's Account." and consecrated as a full tithe of his income income to the religious purposes which he ever lled up to and advocated, was made known by the nlinT of his will for prvbat yesTer.lay. " L'p-n L'p-n L'p-n this roint the will contains contains the following clause: In the course of the worldly prosperity with which I have been favored In recent year., it has Im-hi Im-hi Im-hi my hnbtt. In the observance observance of which my dearly beloved wife has shared my iiit.-rest iiit.-rest iiit.-rest and happiness, to consecrate consecrate a full tithe of my annual income to purpost-s purpost-s purpost-s uliu-h uliu-h uliu-h 1 have indicated in my private irunu'rin.lum, as ;The Lord's Account.- Account.- Account.- Tli:s is to me a sacred obligation, "and ray wife is familiar with its details and my mam-.er mam-.er mam-.er f d'.scharRintf it. I therefore therefore direct th.it. as sion miwr the probating of the will as io.st oIk. my executors shall pay to my aid wife the amount of money which shall be e.u;il to one tenth part f my Income for tne pert. id of time down to the date of my death, that I have not myself myself appropriated my tithe to the Lord's account. 1 "She will know what the amount should be. and what she demands in that behalf shall determine the amotfrrt to be paid to her. and the mono" so paid to her shall be administered and exjwnjed by her without interference from any one and without any liability to account therefor to my executors or estate." In the above manner Mr Herron provided provided for the continuance of the unostentatious unostentatious religious work and charities which he was noted for during; his life, and left thw as secretive as they were while Ue lived. The will-first will-first will-first r-roMdes r-roMdes r-roMdes for the erec tion of a il.u monument in Spring Grove, and gives his sons. George Wlnchell Herron and Mason Psrkfcr Herron, fiiW each; a codicil, however, seta forth that the j.iv has been advanced to Oeorse W. Herron. To his widow. Anna Fish Herron. he (rives the property on Ke.lway avenue outright, it already being in his wife's name, and he also provides that the adjoining lot shall not be sold or built on durlnjc her life. w:tn-out w:tn-out w:tn-out her consent. The entires residue of the estate Is left to the I'mnn Savings Bank and Trust Company, as trustee. It to par his widow per year from the income. but also giving her the right to use the principal if that amount is not sufficient He also provides for an annuity of !. per year for his sister. Cordelia Herron, and an annuity of $T3u per year to his sis ter-in-law. ter-in-law. ter-in-law. ter-in-law. ter-in-law. Frances A. Fish, and If they survive his wife then a sufficient sum is to be set aside from which tbe income will keep up these annuities. The entire residue of his estate Is to be divided equally between his two sons at their mother's death, and the will provides that should either son die without Issue before before a division of the estate Is made, that son's widow is to Inherit from her husband's estate not less than Sio.ooo. and If the son's estate should bo less than that amount, the difference Is to be made up by his executors. The Union Savings Bank and Trust Company Company is named as executor, and his Intimate Intimate friend. Judge D. D. Wood man see is recommended as legal advisor for the es tate. The will was drawn January 11 1908. and the codicil was appended August 3. 10OT. The estate Is estimated In the appli cation to administer at $100 In personalty and J2o. In realty. Frederick H. Dietz's will provides that all his estate that he had not disposed of by gift shall be divided Into three equal parts, one each to go to his daughters. Helene D. Etch and Ella Liletz. and the third to his son, Frederick J. Delta. H. J. Guckenber-ger Guckenber-ger Guckenber-ger is named as executor. ..nder the will of the late Frances M. Rodgers her property on St. Leger place and all the balance of her estate is left to h-r h-r h-r husband. Joseph S. Rodgers, who is named as executor. "JACK THE PINCHER" Annoyed Women in Shopping District and Police Arrest a Tailor. A "Jack the Plncher" made his appearance appearance in the shopping district oh liace and Fourth streets yesterday afternoon and several women- women- who said the fellow had pinched them called up Lieutenant Renkert at Central Police Station. Patrolmen Brothers and Graber kept a sharp lookout for the man whose description description was furnished by his victims, and th"y found him mirgllng in the crowd of pedestrians pedestrians along Fourth street near Race. They saw him pinch several women and then placed him under arrest. A crowd gathered about their prisoner, and it was with difficulty that he was tak-n tak-n tak-n away to police he ido,uarters. He pave his name as Mariano Kiisano, a tailor, of lo-.'J lo-.'J lo-.'J Main street. A charge of assault and battery and disorderly conduct was placed against him. TOT Watching Funeral Cortege of Children Killed Under Wagon Narrowly Escapes Similar Fate. Just as the bodies of two tots who were killed Tuesday afternoon under a grocery wagon, were being carried Into St. Francis's Church. Vine and Liberty streets, for the final rites, the three-year-ohl three-year-ohl three-year-ohl three-year-ohl three-year-ohl daughter of John Burrhardt. a saloonkeeper at Liberty and Bremen streets, was run down, and would have teen trampled to death but for the quick action of a bystander, who snatched the child from beneath the horses' hoofs. The child was standing In the street watching the funeral cortege, and upon seeing seeing the wagon approach, made a dash to escape, but slipped and fell. Arthur Broeseke caught the frightened animals, and before they could Injure the child, rescued rescued her. She was carried Into her home, where it was found that she escaped with but slight Injuries. . The bodies of Ernest Lieteraeyer and Frank Hupp. Tlctlms of the accident cn last Tuesday, were carried Into church by their classmates. The entire class of St. Francis's School also marched from the residence to the church, and remained during during the services. The church was crowded to Its utmost capacity. Interment was made In St. Mary's Cemetery, at St. Bernard. "SAYLEB PARK," The New Nam Petitioned For By Bea- Bea- idents of Horn City. The Tillage of Home City wants f charge Its name to Sayler Park." as the village does not want to lose Its identity w en annexation

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 28 May 1909, Fri,
  3. Page 14

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