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Notes for Susan Jannet Varnell


From the Orange County Times Press, Tuesday, August 12, 1913.
The will of Susan J, Varnell late of Monticello, was offered for probate before Surrogate Thornton Monday. Her estate consisted of personal property only valued at $12,000. Under the terms of the will she leaves $700 to each of the following:
Angelia Langman of Monticello, Clara York of Monticello, Leon D. Pine, Fred M. Pine, Blanche I. Slade, Floy L. Pine, Archibald W.Pine, Clarence Ryman, and Lillian Varnell. After paying the above legacies, the executors are directed to divide the residue of the estate in three equal parts. One third to heirs of deceased sister Harriet C. Pine as follows: One sixth each to A. D. Pine, Amanda J. Ryman, Ida C. Pine, Nettie E. Pine, and Hattie C. Pine. The remaining one sixth to Fred M. Pine, Blanche I Slade, Floy L. Pine, and A.W. Pine, children of deceased nephew, George W. Pine. Another third part to the heirs-at-law of deceased brother Peleg Varnell as follows: one forth to each Mary E. Varnell, Indamora Varnell, and Lillian Varnell. The other third part is to be held in trust by David S. Avery and A. D. Pine for the benefit of Clara York and her children Clarence and Ena May York. All the household goods are distributed to relatives. She names as executors of her will: Melvin H. Couch and Archibald D. Pine and they are not required to give bonds. The will is dated october 15, 1909. John M. watson, John J. Burns, and Melvin H. Couch were witnesses.


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