John S. Alling, who died at the home of his son here recently, by his will bequeathes [sic] to his son, Charles Alling, farm in Exeter Township, he to pay $50 to Eliza Eagleson; $200 to daughter Nancy Sickler to be paid by F.G. [sic] Alling; property in West Wyoming to Elizabeth McRill and also $200 to be paid by E.G. Alling. To son E.G. Alling is left lower farm in Exeter Township, also judgement note for $700 and storehouse property in Wyoming. The latter is directed to pay certain sums to other heirs. The property is valued at $2,800.
Source: Pittston Gazette, August 26, 1913.
In the matter of the estate of Harriett A. Walling, Judge Belt granted the administrator, Jesse W. Walling, permission to plow and see 30 acres of land if the weather permitted.
Source: Spokane Chronicle, October 18, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that F.T. Sullivan; administrator of the estate of E.H. Rorick, deceased executor of John C. Rorick, deceased, has filed his final account for settlement. The hearing of said account is set for the 20th day of March, 1922, at nine o’clock a.m.
A.M. BARBER, Probate Judge, Fulton County, Ohio, Probate Court
Source: Fulton County Tribune, February 23, 1922.
Columbus, O., March 12 — The Circuit Court has sustained Superintendent Rorick of the institution for the feeble-minded in his attitude of refusing to accept as a patient a boy, Wilbur Reynolds, who is blind deaf dumb and imbecile. Mandamus proceedings to force him to admit the child were instituted, and it is upon these the court passed. (Indiana Evening Gazette, March 12, 1907)
John C. Rorick of Wauseon has been appointed by Gov. Harris as member of the board of managers of the penitentiary (Coshocton Daily Age, April 2, 1907)
In the probate court yesterday Rosley [sic] Gile, guardian of Fletcher Walling, filed a final account in the estate of his [sic] ward. A petition for the appointment of an administrator was filed in the same estate, Walling now being deceased. (Idaho Statesman, May 9, 1907)
Falls City—W.E. Newsom, who is building the electric light plant, returned from a business trip to Portland and Ranier, Monday. The dynamo and nearly all of the supplies for the plant have arrived. (Polk County Observer, August 16, 1907)
The will of the late Asa Casterline, of Franklin township, was admitted to probate yesterday. He bequeaths his entire property to his wife, Mary, who is also named as executrix. Should she remarry, the estate is to be equally divided among his heirs. The wife is to keep in repair the family lot in the Eaton cemetery, and to erect a tombstone over his grave at a cost not exceeding $200. The personal property is valued at $1200 and the real estate at $10,000.
Source: Pittston Gazette, August 9, 1906.
Father of Attorney W.S. Casterlin Made Money as a Farmer
One will was filed yesterday in the office of the register of wills, disposing of a large estate consisting of several thousands of dollars of real estate, while letters of administration were issued in another which was of much smaller value.
According to the will of Asa Casterlin, who died on July 30 at his home at Franklin township, all of the estate, both real and personal, is left to his wife, Mary Casterlin. She is to have the full use of the estate so long as she remains unmarried.
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Mrs. Matilda Barclay’s Will Disposes of Property Valued at $230,000.
Bequests totaling more than $45,000, in which religious and welfare societies are the beneficiaries, were disposed of in the will of Matilda F. Barclay, who died August 21, 1921, at the age of 79 years. The will, dated February 8, 1918, was filed for probate Tuesday. The real estate set forth was valued at more than $230,000. More than $50,000 in personal property was included.
Bequests of $5,000 each was given to: The First Protestant society, as an endowment fund; the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian church; the Board of Ministerial Relief of the Presbyterian church; Park college, of Parkville, “for endowment for young men who decided to enter the ministry”; the Y.W.C.A. and the Y.M.C.A.
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Notice is hereby given that E.H. Rorick as administrator of the estate of Pearly F. Cawley, deceased, has filed his final account for settlement. The hearing of said account is set for the 2nd day of May, 1921 at 9 o’clock a.m.
A.M. Barber, Probate Judge
Fulton County, Ohio, Probate Court
Source: Fulton County Tribune, April 7, 1921.
Final action has been taken before Judge Koelsch and the partition of the Jerome B. Walling estate has been made. This is a case of more than ordinary interest, because it has been so long since Mr. Walling’s decease, and because the final settlement was made without a particle of friction and to the advantage of the heirs.
The will was probated in 1897, dividing the entire estate equally among the heirs, all of whom has since drawn some portion of their bequest. The estate was originally in real estate entirely, but since the death of the elder Walling this has been turned into cash, so yesterday’s distribution was in coin. Horace E. Neal was the executor of the estate
Source: Idaho Statesman, February 28, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that as the executor of the estate of Sidney E. Rorick, deceased, I will sell at public sale to the highest bidder all of the real estate and personal property belonging to said estate. Sale will be held at the late home of the deceased on the 14th day of June, 1930, commencing at two o’clock. — W. C. Tyrrell, Executor
Source: Oxford Mirror, June 5, 1930.