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Will of Senator Douglas. --The will of the late Senator Dongies has been published-- He directs first the payment of his debts, and the surplus to be divided between his wife and his two sons; the wife taking one-half and the children such a quarter. His wife is appointed guardian of the children, and the and D. P Rhodes, of Cleveland, are appointed executors. A codicil provides for a portion for any child that may be born to him by his then wife and changes the partition above mentioned. The will is dated September 4th, 1867; the codict July 30th, 1869, and both are in the Senator's handwriting.
Will of Senator Douglas. --The will of the late Senator Dongies has been published-- He directs first the payment of his debts, and the surplus to be divided between his wife and his two sons; the wife taking one-half and the children such a quarter. His wife is appointed guardian of the children, and the and D. P Rhodes, of Cleveland, are appointed executors. A codicil provides for a portion for any child that may be born to him by his then wife and changes the partition above mentioned. The will is dated September 4th, 1867; the codict July 30th, 1869, and both are in the Senator's handwriting.
Will of Senator Douglas. --The will of the late Senator Dongies has been published-- He directs first the payment of his debts, and the surplus to be divided between his wife and his two sons; the wife taking one-half and the children such a quarter. His wife is appointed guardian of the children, and the and D. P Rhodes, of Cleveland, are appointed executors. A codicil provides for a portion for any child that may be born to him by his then wife and changes the partition above mentioned. The will is dated September 4th, 1867; the codict July 30th, 1869, and both are in the Senator's handwriting.
Will of Senator Douglas. --The will of the late Senator Dongies has been published-- He directs first the payment of his debts, and the surplus to be divided between his wife and his two sons; the wife taking one-half and the children such a quarter. His wife is appointed guardian of the children, and the and D. P Rhodes, of Cleveland, are appointed executors. A codicil provides for a portion for any child that may be born to him by his then wife and changes the partition above mentioned. The will is dated September 4th, 1867; the codict July 30th, 1869, and both are in the Senator's handwriting.
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Will of Senator Douglas. --The will of the late Senator Dongies has been published-- He directs first the payment of his debts, and the surplus to be divided between his wife and his two sons; the wife taking one-half and the children such a quarter. His wife is appointed guardian of the children, and the and D. P Rhodes, of Cleveland, are appointed executors. A codicil provides for a portion for any child that may be born to him by his then wife and changes the partition above mentioned. The will is dated September 4th, 1867; the codict July 30th, 1869, and both are in the Senator's handwriting.
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Will of Senator Douglas. --The will of the late Senator Dongies has been published-- He directs first the payment of his debts, and the surplus to be divided between his wife and his two sons; the wife taking one-half and the children such a quarter. His wife is appointed guardian of the children, and the and D. P Rhodes, of Cleveland, are appointed executors. A codicil provides for a portion for any child that may be born to him by his then wife and changes the partition above mentioned. The will is dated September 4th, 1867; the codict July 30th, 1869, and both are in the Senator's handwriting.