In the matter of the estate of STUTELY WICKS of Rutland, Jefferson Co., NY:
On 28 December 1842, JOSEPH GRAVES and SALLY WICKS of Rutland petitioned to open probate and left a will appointing them as executors.
Heirs/next of kin:
SALLY WICKS, widow of the deceased
PERLEY K. WICKS
SARAH A. WICKS, all of Rutland.
WILLIAM STEWART and ELEY STEWART of Rock County, Wisconsin Territory, particular town unknown.
HANNAH HENDERSON and WILLIAM HENDERSON of Eldridge, Onondagua Co., NY
CURTIS B. WICKS
TIRZAH MARIA WICKS
GARDNER B. WICKS, all minors having no general guardian, of Rutland
WILL OF STUTELY WICKS
STUTELY WICKS named his eldest son, PERLEY K. WICKS. Named his second son, STUTELY WICKS. Named his son, THOMAS WICKS, when 22 years. Named his son, BENJAMIN WICKS when 22. Named his son, CURTIS B. WICKS when 22. Named his son, GARDNER B. WICKS when 22. Named his eldest daughter, ELEY STEWART. Named daughter, HANNAH HENDERSON. Named daughter, SALLY AN WICKS. Named his daughter, TIRZY M. WICKS when 22. Named his wife, SALLY WICKS. Appointed his wife, SALLY WICKS and JOSEPH GRAVES as executors. Will dated 9 October 1834. /s/ Stutely Wicks
Witnesses: JOSEPH GRAVES, SIMON PHILLIPS and DANIEL HENDERSON.
Will proved: 15 May 1843.
Jefferson Co., NY Wills. Vol. C., p. 36.
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