Grant Cointot cohort of W. P. Winne

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Grant Cointot cohort of W. P. Winne - rtnt Guild of managers the the Mrs. not a of...
rtnt Guild of managers the the Mrs. not a of the THE COINTOT WILL CASE. ·*· N*t T«t Been *· for tfc* C*BstrBeil** eMed ·*« « suit ·f tfce Will *ttll The licked First Doyle Monday Port Jwrvis Union has a story that Frederick Cointot, of New York, left an estate valued at$7,OOO,000 to institutions, family servants, etc., that lawyer M. J. Donovan, of thi* has successfully contested the will. Tbe Union says that " the estate is to divided, as we are given to understand, between the brother of the deceased millionaire, Francis Cointot, of EUenville, and his two sons, Grant Cointot, of place, who.is employed as a switchman Buckley'* yard, and Alexander Cointot. a machinist employed in the O. and shops at Midrlletown, and a daughter, Lillie, wile of Emory Teller, who lives Brooklyn street, this village." The truth of the matter is that an estate of 92,000,000 is in question :hat suit has beeirbToTignt-to comrnrae- the will, which is as far as the has progressed. If Mr. Donovan wins his point, then Francis Cointot, of Ellenville. will receive $750,000, and bis including Alex. Cointot, of this city, eventually come in for a generous heritage. heritage. S

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  1. Middletown Daily Argus,
  2. 21 Jun 1898, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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