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Sunday, April 17, 2016

Willis T. Mead Will Revoked (1930)

Source: The Greenwich Press. Thursday, May 8, 1930. Page 2.

The will of the late Willis T. Mead, who died on March 4, 1930, at the age of 71 years, has been revoked by Judge Steven L. Radford because since the date of the will, Dec. 18, 1878 the deceased married and had three children. The estate is therefore declared intestate, and S. Warren Mead, a brother, has been named administrator. 

The will left all of the real and personal estate of the deceased to Alice Acker, daughter of Abrahim Acker, of Greenwich. Julian B. Curtiss was named as executor, Mr. Mead's wife died several years ago. He leaves three children, Adele Kendrick, of Miami, Florida; Truman Mead, of Mount Vernon New York and Harold Mead, of Flushing, L. I. The petition filed with the will sets forth that the personal estate does not exceed $300.

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