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Waters by William J. Shull The Fulkerson Line the twenty-sixth day of August Fulkerson et Hendrick Fisher, two of the } the within will appeared before me, Bowes etc., et they being duly sworn present et did see Jacob Bries the named sign et seal the within instrument et ish pronounl;e and declare the same to be testament that at the doing thereof he was memory et understanding to the best of they verily believe. Also that William )ther subscribing witness was present at the his name as an evidence to the within of these deponents in the presence of time Jacob Bries et Fulkert Bries two of in the within will named appeared before me qualified as exeuctors of their father Jacob the oath of Executors as by law appointed. Reed (Seal) ry (Teller) Bries issue: were: John Stans Jacob Fulkerson (with Spelling we do not know which daughter es, m. April 26, 1760 John M. Van Beuren in New lries, married c1725 Hendrick Fisher. married September 7, 1744 Mary Rappleye, New Jersey. married May 14, 1757 Hendickje Praal in ary: It would seem from the wordage of Jacob&apos;s inherited by it was the three hundred legacies to them, they could benefit from Unmarried at such et such time. Although three daughters it is seemingly there were ! not referred .to. Although he t Jacob) did not EVer his land butted on we feel correct in the Millstone et not the Rariton. The dividing the river to the back line of his property north-south line giving Jacob the west half half. By this arrangement both sons had t)n the river. to be assumed that the orchard, house, et the East half (Fulkert's portion). to commence paying his sisters their legacy his brother Jacob) on year after the :h. And was to conclude payment within two paid his half beginning three years after and this legacy was to be ended four mother's death. erd Brtes of South Bound Brook "being old" May 17, 1800; Probated: April 15, 1802. Wife, Nelly erscha (Brokaw) died before 1800 (married Grandchildren: Isaac et Maria Brokaw. : James Calder : Isaac Brokaw Wife, Isaac Brokaw, James Van Duyn. Hoagland, ttannah Van Duyn, et Phebe died 1771. Laura Ruth Richard Appointed New o.,o oo.. ,.,-.__ TIMEX HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1973 9 Director For The Ohio County RSVP County School Food Service Ohio County RSVP t Retired Senior Volunteer Program I gets new Director, Grant. Mrs. Laura Ruth Richard has been named Director for the Ohio County Retired Senior Volunteer Program according to Ronald L. Logsdon, Executive Director of Owensboro Area Economic Opportunity Council. The Citizens Service Corporation t ACTION ) recently awarded a $26,677 Federal grant to the Economic Opportunity Council to operate the RSVP in Ohio County. The one year grant will be matched by $2,925 in local funds,. including approximately $2,225 inkind contributions and approximately $725.00 in cash to start the RSVP locally. Mr. Logsdon said the grant will be used for the RSVP directors and secretary.- bookkeepers salary, vehicle, office Ridgecrest WMU Met The Ridgecrest WMU ladies met at the church on Wednesday night, Sep- tember 19, for their regular monthly meeting with Mrs. Fred Herbert in charge. Those attending were Mrs. Les White, Mrs. David Arbuckle, Mrs. Dan Clouse, Mrs. Ruel Brown, Mrs. Durwood Shultz, Mrs. Leland Harreld, Mrs. Richard Casey, Mrs. Roy Roeder, Mrs. Fred Hebert and Mrs. Jesse Tichenor. The meeting closed with special prayer for the missionaries by Mrs. Les White. |" lllIlili'Nl ISI'U,,N{:I.: ,t l Jill/f1' i.NI At;I.:NCY tier {rel, t P. t;. Box .11 Irtt'ord, 423.17 , T.C. 8anderfur )UR AUTO, FIRE, HOMEOWNERS, :Farm Bureau Ins, 'ERS' LIFE' LIABILITY' MOBILE ! /Ue _ OTHER INSURANCE NEEDS SEE: Life - B Cross agents: W. E. Brown, Etheline Brown E Fwe Aura (across from post othce), residence 298.3181 O Save Bigl on. = .... c t.os=ouT' ii Singg...r:: .  ' ' stretch-stitch   ....  sewing machine '  >-------- - s135o . SALE 0 .... - ': !;:'" ...  . ; ......... ." 413 /.. Oven tlrS pOF u   ,.-,< Six buili-in stitches including loY tts lamoub t-,,,, ...... The exclusive Singer" slraqrq decolatve arid bhndstttch  -- - Sap-on presser leel Stitchaength con- honl dwop-ln bobbr Only qol Evety'dng Io make sev.'ng a pleasure! Carrying cae .574 sale-priced at $0000 Fashion M atff= zig-zag sewing machine with exciting work.saving features Carrying [Of,. +89 '+ Model 257 :575 sae-prtced at $0000 equipment and to provide meals and transportation for the volunteers while in the service to the .area agencies and institutions. Mrs. Rickard was currently Coordinator of Senior Citizens Program for Daviess, Ohio, Hancock and McLean Counties. She is chairman of the Regional Council of Aging, member of GRADD Human Resource Committee and a member of the Regional Task Force on Exceptional Children. She is serving as an Elder in the New Cypress Cumberland Presbyterian Church, McLean County. Mrs. Rickard, her husband Walter C. and two children, Gale and Stacy live in Sacramento, McLean County. The RSVP has a 15 member advisory com- mittee composed of city and county officials, businessmen, retired in- dividuals, ministers a n d members of civic clubs. Any retired persons, ages 60 or over, can become a RSVP volunteer. There is no education, income or ex- perience requirements. RSVP volunteers serve without compensation although they may be reimbursed for costs of transportation and meals. RSVP office is located in the City Hall Building, directly behind the office of thecity clerk. The proposed Service Area of the RSVP when fully expanded will include Hancock and McLean counties. Ohio being the fifth largest county (596 sq. miles) and having the third highest percentage of elderly in Kentucky, was the first to receive the program. Bookmobile Schedule Monday, Oct. 1. 1973 Pleasant Ridge School, 8:45-10:15: Toomey's ( Bell's Run Road). 10:30-11:00: Slaton's (Bell's Run Road), 11:05-11:25; Renfrow's {Bell's Run Road), 11:35- 11:55; Vaughn's (Pleasant Ridge) 12:10-12:30; Shocklee's Grocery, 1:30- 2:00: Bennett's (Beda Road) 2:15-2:45; Beda Craft ,Shop, 2:55-3:25. Tuesday, Oct. 2, 197:; Centertown School, 8:45- 10:15; Matanzas, 10:30- 11:00; Centertown Bank, 11:15-11:45; Reid's (Rock- port) 1:20-1:40; Dairy Dip, 1:45-2:05; Echols Post Office. 2:15-2:40: Robin- son's (Echols Road) 2:45- ::05: Stewart's, 3:15-3:30; Captola's Grocery. 3:40- 4:00 Wednesday. Oct. 3, 1973 Mattingly's, 8:45-9:15; Fordsville School, 9:30- 11:00: Medco Center, 11:05- 11:20; Fordsville Library. 11:30-12:00: Jim's Grocery ( Deanfieldt, 1:30-2:00; Reynoid's Station Post Office. 2:05-2:30: Taffy, 3: 00-3: 30. Thttrsday, Oct. 4, 1973 Beaver Dam School, 8:45-, I 10:15; Southern School, 1 10:30-]2:00" Wayland  %,, Alexander School, 1 : 15-2:30. Chapter Held First Meeting The Ohio County School Food Service Chapter held the first meeting of the school year, Sept. 19 at the Beaver Dam Grade School. Elizabeth Barrett, president, presided over the business meeting. Twelve members, and two visitors were present. Plans were made for the chapter to attend the American School Food Service Association in Bowling Green, Oct. 5. fsl n NEW BUSINESS DO-IT-YOURSELF i COMPLETE LINE OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. We have a PVC pipes. We also have pres- sure reducing valves at s18n. (for persons having county water installed) REASONABLE PRICES BROS. SUPPLY CO. Located Next To Glen Wells Auto Sales i Hwy. 231 S., Hartford MANY OTHER SALE-A-TNON SPECIALS.* COME SEE.* We have a credil plan designed to fit your budget We also have a hberal trade-in policy. At W.S. Taylor & Sons, Chrysler - Plymouth have a Introducing the new 74 Plymouths. You want to see a show you can take home with you? Come on in, we'll show you new Plymouths like you've never seen before. Newly styled Furys, mid-size Satellites, economy Dusters. '74 Plymouth Fury Gran Sedan We'll show you cars, that run on regular gas. Cars with electronic igni- tion. Cars with a heritage of great engineering. CHRYSLER '74 Plymouth Satellite Sebting-Plus 2-Door Hardtop '74 Plymouth Valiant a-Door Sedan B & H SUPPLY :OMPANY o,.,,. *A "lrodo,,o*k o{ THF SINOFR COMPANY JOE FULTON'S 104 N. Main - Hwy. 231 - Hartford GUll NEPAI'MAN SEII1CES AlL MAKES Of SEWING MACHINES W.S. TAY L 0 R & S 0 N S, IN C. 726 NORTH MAIN STREET PAA BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY