PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATON: George Furse
FURSE PALMITER HILL RUNDLE WALRATH
Posted By: Marilyn O'Connor (email)
Date: 5/20/2009 at 09:25:28
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR WORTH COUNTY
State of Iowa,
Cerro Gordo County SS. Petition for Administrator.
PETITION OF JOHN FURSE CONCERNING THE ESTATE OF GEORGE FURSE DECEASED.
TO THE DISTRICT COURT OF WORTH COUNTY, IOWA:
Your petitioner, John Furse, respectively shows, that George Furse, late of Worth County, Iowa, now deceased, died at Grafton, Iowa, in said County, on the 6th day of April 1896, leaving no last Will and Testament, so far as know to and believed by this petitioner.
That the said deceased left surviving him, neither wife, children nor parents. His only heirs at law being a brother, John Furst, age 70 years, a married man living at Clear Lake, Iowa, and a brother, Thomas Furse, age 78 years, an unmarried man residing at Albion, Wisconsin.
A sister, Mrs. Mary Rundle, age 68 years, a widow and living at Palmyra, Wisconsin.
A sister Mrs. Elizabeth Green, age 66 years,
a married woman, living at Edgerton, Wisconsin,
a sister Mrs. Jane Palmiter, a married woman, age 63 years,living at Albion, Wisconsin.
Also, the following persons who are children of a deceased sister, Mrs. Maria Wilrath, viz:
Her husband, Edward Walrath, age about 60,
a widower, residing at Fulton, Rock County, Wisconsin, Christopher Walrath, age 26 years, a single man residing at Oregon, Wisconsin,and Mrs. Dessie Walrath Hill, age 23 years,a married woman residing at Palmyra, Wisconsin, and Lillie Walrath, age 21 years, unmarried, residing at Albion, Wisconsin.
Your petitioner further states: That the deceased George Furse, died seized of the following described estate,viz: The North West Quarter (¼ ) of Section Six (6), Township Ninety-eight (98), North of Range Eighteen (18) West of the 5th P. M. , in Mitchell County, Iowa, and also personal property consisting mostly of notes
of about the value of Sixteen Hundred ($1600.00) Dollars.
Wherefore, you petitioner being a brother of the deceased, prays that Jonathan H. Palmiter, the husband of Jane Palmiter, who is a sister of the deceased, may be appointed Administrator of the Estate of George Furse, deceased, and that letters of Administration may be issued to him for said estate.
State of Iowa, Cerro Gordo County, SS.
I, John Furse, being first duly sworn on oath state: That I am personally acquainted with the facts set forth in the foregoing petition and the same are true as I verily believe.
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