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Todd County, Minnesota


Wills and Probate Notices


Charles Canfield
Source: Daily Albany Argus (Albany, NY) Tuesday, March 28, 1871; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK: TO William Canfield, whose residence is unknown and cannot be ascertained upon diligent inquiry; Charles E. Canfield, Sarah Pardee and Mary Griffith, wife of William Griffith, all of whom reside at Fort Plain, in the county of Montgomery and State of New York; Catharine Putman, wife of Ehen Putman, Frances Horning, wife of Silas Horning, both of whom reside at Fultonville, in said county of Montgomery; George Canfield who resides at Salina, in the county of Onondaga and state of New York; Phoebe Lobdell, wife of Nathan Lobdell, who resides in the city and state of New York; Warren Canfield, Calvert Canfield, Evertson Canfield, William Canfield, Rosen? Canfield, Mary Canfield and Anna Canfield, all of whom reside at Lyons, in the county of Walworth and state of Wisconsin; Sarah A. Lamphere, wife of Otis Lamphere, reside at Long Prairie, in the county of Todd and state of Minnesota, the heirs and next of kin of Charles Canfield, deceased, send greeting:

Whereas, William Griffith, of the town of Minden in the county of Montgomery, N. Y., has lately applied to our County Judge of Montgomery county, as Surrogate, to have a certain instrument in writing relating to both real and personal estate, duly proved as a last will and testament of Charles Canfield, late of the town of Minden, in said county, deceased. Therefore, you and each of you are hereby cited and required personally to be and appear before our County Judge of our county of Montgomery, as surrogate, at his office in the village of Canajoharie, in said county, on the 15th day of April 1871 at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, then and there to attend to the probate of said last will and testament.

In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of our Surrogate's court of said county to be hereunto affixed. Witness, James H. Cook, County Judge of our county of Montgomery, at the village of Canajoharie, in said county, the 25th day of February in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy one.
JAMES H. COOK, County Judge, &c.


Carl Zosel
Source: Weekly Oregon Statesman, April 21, 1903; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
ADMITTED TO PROBATE
Will of Carl Zosel Filed in the Marion County Court.
The last will and testament of Carl Zosel, deceased, was yesterday admitted to probate in the Marion county probate court. In the petition of Chas. T. Zosel for the probating of the will, the probable value of the real and personal property belonging to the estate is given at $3,000. By the terms of the will, the estate is to be equally divided among the following heirs: Theodore Zosel, of McCoy, Oregon; Charles T. Zosel, of Salem, Oregon; August Zosel, of Hewitt, Minn.; William T. Zosel, of Salem, Oregon, sons; Minnie Strassburg, of Bertha, Minn.; Anna Nash, of Laurel, Oregon; Ida Daumky, of Clarissa, Minn.; Emma Wendorf, of Hewitt, Minn., daughters. William T. and Charles T. Zosel are named in the will as executors, and their bond in the sum of $6,000 was filed and approved by the court.

G. Glena, A. H. Schaefer and Fred Fisher were appointed appraisers to appraise the property belonging to the estate.


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