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W1057 ELIZABETH T, LERNED: Newspaper Clipping about her estate.
Feb 9 1875
To: Newspaper
From: Merrimack New Hampshire

State of New Hampshire-Merrimack, 65-The Judge of Probate for said County, to the Heirs at Law of the Estate of Elizabeth T. Lerned,1 late of Hopkinton in said County, deceased and to all others interested therein:

You are hereby notified that Hamilton E. Perkins, Administrator of the Estate of said deceased, will exhibit his account of the administration of said estate at a Court of Probate to be holden at Concord in said county, on the fourth Tuesday of March next: when and where you may appear and show ensure, if any you have, against the allowance of said account.

And it is ordered, that said Administrator give notice, by causing the foregoing Citation and this Order thereon to be published, three weeks successively, in The People, printed at Concord, the last publication whereof to be at least one week before said Court.

Given at Concord, in said county, this 9th day of February, A.D. 1875.
By Order,
W.M. Yeaton, Register,

1 Elizabeth (Lissy) Lerned, the sister of Lucy, Catharine, Hannah and Edward Lerned and half-sister of Louisa (Lerned) McAllaster, Margarette (Lerned) McQuesten and Mary (Lerned) Flanders had died suddenly on November 24, 1874 without leaving a will. Mary and Daniel Flanders' claims on Elizabeth's estate caused a great deal of conflict within the family. Dr. Calvin McQuesten sided with Lucy and her sisters on the issue. See also W1064 and W1067.

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