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State of Indiana Shelby Circuit Court
Shelby County SS September Term, 1913
In the matter of the estate of Anna Young, deceased
Marquis J. Young, Administrator
John Nightengale, Mary Smith and Sarah McLane and respectfully represent and show to the court that they are the sole and only heirs of said decedent.
John Nightengale being a brother of said decedent and Mary Smith and Sarah McLane being sisters of said decedent.
That said decedent left no father, mother, children or other heirs than these petitioners surviving her.
That these petitioners are residents of Yorkshire, England. That the final report of said
Marquis J. Young, administrator of said estate, shows that there is a balance of $281.37 left for distribution among your petitioners;
That your petitioner John Nightengale is entitled to $93.79 of said sum; that your petitioner Mary Smith is entitled to $93.79 of said sum;
That your petitioner Sarah McLane is entitled to $93.79 of said sum.
Wherefore your petitioners pray for an order authorizing and directing the clerk of said court to pay out said sums to your petitioners as above set out, and for all other proper relief in the premises.
Sarah McLean Mary Smith
Signed in Reference of C. Dale Atkinson Clerk in Holy Order
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In the Matter of The Estate of Anna Young, deceased
Petition granted authorizing Clerk to pay money to Attorney in fact for heirs
Petition granted as prayed Jany 14, 1914
Alonzo Blair Judge Filed Jan 14, 1914
Otto L. Coyle Clerk of Circuit Court Shelby County
|State of Indiana || Shelby
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Marquis J. Young and respectfully represents and shows to
the court that the administrator of said estate paid in to the Clerk of said
court the sum of $281.90 for John Nightingale, Mary Smith and
heirs of said decedent and that they are each entitled to the undivided
one-third part of said sum; that this petitioner is attorney in fact for said
heirs and has power of attorney from them to receive and receipt for their
respective shares of said money.
Wherefore the petitioner prays the court for an order authorizing and
directing the Clerk of said court to pay over to him, this petitioner as
attorney in fact for said heirs, the money so due them and for all other proper
relief in the premises. M. J. Young
State of Indiana
Shelby County SS
Marquis J. Young being first duly sworn, on his oath, says that the above
petition is true in substance and in fact.
M. J. Young
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of January, 1914.
J. Oscar Hall Notary Public
My commission expires Dec. 9, 1914
Transcribed by Barb Huff