The Brooklyn Daily Eagle 30 Jul 1938
K Irwin Will Hied Mineola. July 30 Lawrence E. Klrwln nf H.'nuistead. former member nf the Board of Election and active in Ihe Demo, crane parly in this cnunly. names his wife, Harriet Baker Kirwin, and two children children as his chief beneficiaries In his will fticd here yesterday for probate in Surrogate's Surrogate's Conn. The estate is described as 'over $10,000 In real property and over $10 000 In personal properly. Mrs. Kirwin and Jeremiah Wnod nf f.vuhronk are named executors and trusters, trusters, Mr. Kirwin died July 14 at Malli-tuck. Malli-tuck. Malli-tuck. The will was dated Mav 20, 1929 To a brother William Kirw-.n. Kirw-.n. Kirw-.n. two sisters, sisters, Helen Loew and Josephine O'Shea, and a niece Marv Kirwin. Mr. Kirwin urqueainea ,uuu each. A nephew, Augustus Augustus Carey, and John Qulnn. described In ihe will as "my gardener," are bequeathed $2,000 caUi. Mercy Hospital of Hempstead Is to receive $1,000 and Our Lady of Loretta R C. Church, Hempstead, is to receive $5,000. To Mrs. Klrwln Is bequeathed the homestead ai 249 Franlthu St.. Hempstead, Hempstead, together Mi'h ail 11s effects, his jewelry, motorcars and personal effects and $25 000 In rash or securities The residue Is left to the trustees "to Invest, reinvest collect rents and interests." interests." and 10 ps- ps- ir? incr. l.n quaiterlr installments to Mrs Kirwtn for her h'e-tlme. h'e-tlme. h'e-tlme. At Mrs. Kirwin'a death the principal principal Is to be paid 10 iheir children. Constance Kirwin and Lawrence E. Kirwin Kirwin Jr.. aged now eight and two years, respectively.