1890 Account of David S. Stover and Christian S. Stover, trustees of Hannah Harley under the Will of Jacob K. Stover
1890 Account of David S. Stover and Christian S. Stover, trustees of Hannah Harley under the Will of Jacob K. Stover

1890 Account of David S. Stover and Christian S. Stover, trustees of Hannah Harley under the Will of Jacob K. Stover

1890. 1 handwritten document. Elijah Stover (1827-1878) and David S. Stover (1836-1916), executors of the will of their father, Jacob K. Stover (1800-1875), late of Towamensing Township, Montgomery County, Pa., present an account of the funds they handled as the trustees of their sister Hannah Stover Harley (1829-1900). From 1876 to 1883, she received $75 a year, and from 1884 to 1889 $150 a year, and $300 in 1890, at which time her legacy amounted to $3,317. This account was certified in 1891 and signed by attorney E. L. Slough and Montgomery County Register of Wills Albert Helffenstein (1840-1910), with the embossed stamp of the office. Signed on the back by Harry W. Akins (1866-1934), deputy clerk of the Montgomery County Orphans Court. In Near Fine Condition: two ink smudges; otherwise, clean and solid. Near Fine. Item #008204

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