TRUMAN LUTTENTON (Died: 27 Jul 1888)

WILL - FILED 16 AUGUST, 1873

Truman's WILL is #37-21-367, p. 367, dated 16 August 1873, filed in Carlton:

I Truman Luttenton forever of Carlton Orleans Co. N.Y. aged seventy our {four?} years and being of sound mind and memory do make publish and declare this my last Will and Testament in manner following vig:-

First:- I give and bequeath to my wife Sarah the use {,} profits and income of the farm on which I now live containing fifty acres to have and to hold as long as she lives. Also the house and buggy which I own at the time of my decease I give and bequeath to her to dispose as she pleases.

Second:- I give and bequeath to my son Joel H. all the interest I have in the twenty acres of land on which he now lives also all the notes I hold or may hold at the time of my decease against him. Also a team of horses and a lumber wagon - If I leave a team and wagon at the time of my decease.

Third:- I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary E. all my household furniture also a good cow - Also Two Hundred Dollars more than either of my other daughters will receive by this Will.

Fourth:- I give and bequeath to my daughter Rosamond E. Jacobs the Ulelodeon {?}

Fifth:- I give and bequeath to each of my grandsons Harry L. Brown {,} Ralph R. Wood and Miles Grant Luttenton twenty five dollars when they are nine years old respectively.

Sixth:- I wish my ____ farm to be equally divided among my five daughters (Ruth A. Allen {,} Sarah J. Brown {,} Amanda L. Wood {,} Mary E. Luttenton and Rosamond E. Jacobs) when I and my wife Sarah are both done with it. (subject to the provision in the 3rd division of the Will.

Seventh:- I appoint my son-in-law Ralph P. Brown guardian over my daughter Rosamond E. Jacobs share of my property and wish him to have the same and to see to laying it out {for ?} a house for said Rosamond.

Eighth:- I authorize my executors of this my last will to sell as much of my property real and personal as may be necessary for caring out the provisions of this Will.

And lastly I hearby appoint my wife Sarah and my son-in-law Ralph P. Brown Executors of this my last will hereby revoking all former Will by me made.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this sixteenth day of August 1873.

The above instrument consisting of one sheet was at the date thereof signed {,} sealed {,} published and declared by the said Truman Luttenton as and for last Will and Testament in presence of us who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto: J. W. Gillmore {,} Carlton NY {,} W. A. Freeman {,} Carlton NY {,} Harris Weaver {,} Carlton NY

NOTE: Complete names for J.W. Gilmore and W.A. Freeman are listed on the papers for Surrogate Court after Truman's death as: John W. Gilmore and Ward Freeman, dated 22 October 1888. Truman lived almost 15 years past the original filing of this will.

SOURCE: Will of Truman Luttenton as recorded in the State of New York, Orleans County, Surrogate's Office, Record of Wills, Vol. 21, 1888-1888, p. 376. (dated 16 August, 1873). Microfilmed for the Genealogical Society by Reproducation Systems at Albion, New York. Date filmed: 18 July 1969, Reduction 16, exposure 40. FHL microfilm, 2004.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this sixteenth day of August 1873.   

The above instrument consisting of one sheet was at the date thereof signed {,} sealed {,} published and declared by the said Truman Luttenton as and for last Will and Testament in presence of us who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto:  J. W. Gillmore {,} Carlton NY {,} W. A. Freeman {,} Carlton NY {,} Harris Weaver {,} Carlton NY 

NOTE:  Complete names for J.W. Gilmore and W.A. Freeman are listed on the papers for Surrogate Court after Truman's death as:  John W. Gilmore and Ward Freeman, dated 22 October 1888.  Truman lived almost 15 years past the original filing of this will.   

SOURCE:  Will of Truman Luttenton as recorded in the State of New York, Orleans County, Surrogate's Office, Record of Wills, Vol. 21, 1888-1888, p. 376. (dated 16 August, 1873).  Microfilmed for the Genealogical Society by Reproducation Systems at Albion, New York.  Date filmed: 18 July 1969, Reduction 16, exposure 40.  FHL microfilm, 2004. 

Submitted by: Connie Coppernoll Natzke 1 Mar 2005