In the matter of the estate of PARDON EARL of Ellisburgh, Jefferson Co., NY:
On 22 January 1844, ALBERT J. EARL of Ellisburgh petitioned to open probate and Albert had been appointed with ORRIN R. EARL and ORVILLE BROWN of Ellisburgh, as co-executors.
Heirs/next of kin:
POLLY EARL, widow of Pardon Earl, deceased
ANDREW C. EARL
RUTH BROWN, wife of ORVILLE BROWN
ORRIN R. EARL
ALBERT G. EARL, all of Ellisburg, NY
JAENNETT M. RICH, wife of GERMAN RICH of Henderson, NY
The following minors:
ANN VANNETTE EARL
NANCY EARL of Ellisburgh, having no general guardian
WILL OF PARDON EARL
PARDON EARL named his eldest son ANDREW C. EARL. Named his wife, POLLY EARL. She is to have for her own use and benefit all her things that were her own before her marriage. Named his daughter, RUTH BROWN. Named his second daughter, JENETT EARL. Named his two youngest daughters, ANNA VANETT and NANCY EARL. Named his grandson, PARDON R.EARL, when 22. Remainder of estate to: RUTH BROWN, JENETT, ORIN and ALBERT and two youngest daughters. Named sons: ORIN EARL and ALBERT EARL. Appointed ORIN EARL, ALBERT EARL and ORVILLE BROWN as executors. Will dated 2 July 1839. /s/ Pardon Earl
Witnesses: JOHN ALLEN and L. E. WILLIAMSON of Ellisburgh
CODICIL: On 8 January 1844, his desire that personal property be equally divided among all of his children, anything to the contrary mentioned in the will notwithstanding. /s/ Pardon Earl Witnesses: W. C. PIERPONT and ROSWELL KINNEY of Ellisburgh Will proved: 29 February 1844.
Jefferson Co., NY Wills, Vol. C., p. 160.
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