The Will of
HANNAH E. PRINGLE

Will Book "A", p. 335

 

I, Hannah E. Pringle of Salem Township Luzerne County being of sound mind memory and understanding do make and publish this my last will and testament.

First I direct that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid. To my Brother Elijah Pringle I give two hundred and fifty dollars due me from him sale of farm a note of one hundred and five dollars I hold against him and a colt I bought of him.

To Bethia Robberts my sister I give devise and bequeath all my household goods, except those given to Emma Vanscoy my silverware and clothing and the carpets left me by my sister all my Jewelry to Emma Vanscoy of McKeene Station Wyoming County I give two hundred dollars in cash Three oil paintings at Plymouth a clock was machine and to my brothers Martin B. Pringle, Caleb A. Pringle and Ira Pringle and to my sister Bertha Robberts, I give devise and bequest the balance of cash I may died seized of share and share alike and in case of the death of either of the Brothers above named or my sister before me the share of such to be divided equally among the survivors.

I appoint M. E. Walker Esq. of Shickshinny Executor of this my last will.

Hannah E. Pringle (seal)

 

signed sealed and in presence of us who have set our hands and seals in the presence of the testator and of each other and at her request as witness hereto.
M. B. Hughes (seal)
John E. Klinetob (seal)

 

 
Date of Death 12th day of October 1894 at 2:30 oclock

Registers Office Wilkes-Barre Pa October 17, 1894
Luzerne County ss
This day before me Stanley W. Davenport Register of Wills in and for the County aforesaid personally came M. B. Hughes and John E. Klinetob the subscribing witness to the above and foregoing last will and testament of Hannah E. Pringle of Salem Twp., Luzern County and State of Pennsylvania deceased who being duly sworn according to Law do say that they were present and saw and heard Hannah E. Pringle the testatrix sign seal publish pronounce and declare the foregoing instrument of writing as and for her last will and testament and that at the time of so doing she was of sound mind memory and understanding to the best of their knowledge and belief and that they did sign their names as subscribing witnesses in the presence of each other and in the presence and at the request of the said testatrix.

 

Donated by Pat Krivak