Probate Records for Euphemia Campbell (1887)

The following is a transcription of the Probate Records for

Euphemia Pitbladdo Campbell (1810-1887)

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1887, Nov 3 - Kings County Surrogate's Court
In the matter of proving the last Will and Testament of Euphemia Campbell late of this City of Brooklyn, Kings county, deceased.

Petition, Citation, Proofs of Will, Orders, &c.

Proved November 3rd 1887

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Kings County Surrogate's Court

In the matter of the Probate of the last Will and Testament of Euphemia Campbell, late of the City of Brooklyn, Deceased.

To the Surrogate's Court of Kings County.

The Petition of William J. Bower of the City of Brooklyn respectfully shows to this Court that he is an Executor named in the last Will and Testament of Euphemia Campbell late of the City of Brooklyn in the County of Kings, deceased, that the said deceased was, at the time of her death, a resident of the County of Kings, and departed this life in said County on the 26th day of August in the year 1887, that said last Will and Testament relates to both Real and Personal Estate and bears date the 18th day of August, 1887 and was signed by Henry Bromley and John Sheridan as witnesses, that all the heirs, and all the next of kin of said deceased are as follows, to wit: Mary C. Sheldon, wife of Wallace B. Sheldon, of full age residing at Oakland, California, a daughter. Euphemia C. Bower wife of William J. Bower, a daughter. John Campbell and William J. Campbell, sons, all of full age residing in the City of Brooklyn. Fanny Whitenack of full age, Julia Whitenack an infant over 14 years of age, Alonzo Whitenack an infant under 14 years of age: children of a deceased daughter Annie Whitenack, all residing in the City of Brooklyn. The said infant Julia Whitenack and Alonzo Whitenack residing with the father William Whitenack. And that said deceased left no husband.

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State of New York, Kings County, SS

William J. Bower, the above-named petitioner being duly sworn doth depose and say that he has read the foregoing petition subscribed by him and that the same is true of his own knowledge except as to the matters therein stated to be alleged on information and belief and as to those matters he believes it to be true.

Subscribed and sworn this Seventh day of September 1887. - William J. Bower

John F. O'Brien, Notary Public - Kings Co.