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,.. o.,o TIMES Your Pklm Newepw HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 11, 1973 8 Western Waters by William J. Shull The Fulkerson Line William Teller's Will: In the name of God, Amen. I, William Teller, of the South precient of Duchess County, Yeoman, being weak in body. All debts are to be paid in some convenient time. I leave to my oldest son, William Teller, my gun, sword, et cane, "above the rest of my children, on account of et for his birthright, et in lieu of all other pretensions on that ac- count." I leave tomy wife, Mary, the use of all estate during widowhood. After the death or marriage, I leave all the estate to my eleven children, namely: William, Jeremiah, Rachel, wife of John Linn, Anne, Mary, wife of Jacob Bries, John, Jacob, Margaret, Gualterics, Sarah, et Isaac. In- cluding all that my executors may recover out of several lots, tracts, et parcels of land formerly belonging to my grandmother, Sara Roeloffson, widow of Hans Kierstead, situated in New York or elsewhere, et also a certain piece of land situated on the out-ward of New York, near Fresh- water, "or Pott House," granted to my father, William Teller, et company, et all such other lands I might have a right to in any place. My executors have power to sell lands at discretion. If my son William shall establish any claim as Heir-at-law of said Sarah Roeloffson to land at Freshwater Pond, his legacies, except the gun, sword, et cane are to be void. I make my wife, sons, et son-in-law, Jacob Bries Executors. Dated: July 21, 1753. Witnesses: Henry Terboss, Cornelius Osborn, James G. IJvingston. Proved in Court of Common Pleas in Duchess County, before Matthew DuBois, Judge; et Peter Ten Broeck, et Nicholas De Lavergne, Justices, May 16, 1759. Note: The land in New York near Freshwater, is on the East side of Broadway, north of Chambers Street. The original south line included Chambers Street eta small strip of city hall park. W.J.S. The testator was a great-grandson of Roelof Jansen et Anneke Jans. And a grandfather of Elizabeth (Bries) Fisher. Family Picnic Family Picnic of Dist. 13 Unit 1 Judge and Mrs. Andy Funk of Hartford, were hosts to a family picnic on August 26 for members, their families and guests of Dist. 13 Unit 1 of at K.S.A.L.P.N. Inc. 1737 their farm on Highway tiful table-was set b tembers, with Judge Funk offering the thanks. The group enjoyed the lovely scenery, biking over the hills and wooded area. Games were played and prizes won. The hills rang with laughter and ex- citement as the group examined their treasured prizes. Three members tied for most bingo games won. The activities closed with Judge Funk entertaining the group with an auction sale of the items brought by members for gifts. Thomas Layton Jessie was declared the big spender of the night. Woman's Club Rummage Sale The Beaver Dam Woman's Club will have a rummage sale Friday October 12 and Saturday October 13 at the Old Kentucky Utilities Building in Beaver Dam. Friday the sale will begin at II a.m. Saturday the sale will start at 7:30 a.m. Arts And Crafts Guild To Meet The Ohio County Arts and Crafts Guild will meet at the Court House in the Extension room Wed- nesday. October 17. at 7 p.m. Mrs. Beulah Bray of Greenhills Florist will give a demonstration on dried flower arrangements. Everyone is invited. Gospel Singing Saturday Night There will be a gospel singing Saturday night, October 13 at 7 p.m. at the East Hartford, Baptist Mission. Featured singers will be theGreenRiver Quartet, the Travelers and the Joyful Four. Everyone is invited to come. Kathern Goodman Had Surprise Birthday Party Everyone reported a most enjoyable time. A surprise homecoming dinner was held for Mrs. Kathern Goodman of Caneyville in honor of her 77th birthday on Sunday, September 30, at the home of her grandson, S.D. Embry and family, of Route 3, Caneyville. Present were her son, Rev. and Mrs. Walter Goodman of Caneyville; her daughter, Elsie Boyles and son C.W. of Louisville and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Embry of Louisville. Others present were Mrs. Freda Mings and daughter, Treasa Wright and two children, John and Denise and baby, Robert Prichett, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Bratcher and three children, all of Louisville; three children of Butler County; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Embry and five children of Morgantown; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Embry and three children of Hudson, Kentucky; Mr. Elton Mudd and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Embry, all of Caneyville. She was also visited later in the day by four other grandchildren, Prescilla, Francis, Dean and Raymond Harrold Good- man. There was music and singing and Mrs. Goodman received several lovely gifts. Everyone had a very enjoyable day. Mrs. Belva Newcome proudly displays her Christ in the Manger plant which bloomed while she was attending church Sunday night. Mrs. Newcom stated she has had the plant for several years but this is the first time it has bloomed. The delicate white blossoms on this variety of plant open only at night and last only the following day. Mrs. Lennie Holloway of ,, East Gary, Indiana; Mr. , . LIVING COLOR PORTRAITS . and Mrs. Damond Wood- cock of Ready, Kentucky; ,. Mr. and Mrs. Crowder and ,. , THE COLOR SPECIAL THAT'S Leaches Announce Davenports Arrival Of A Son Birth Of Twins Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davenport, Beaver Dam announce the birth of a son Joseph McQueen, born at the Ohio County Hospital, October 4. The young man weighed 71b. 15 ounces. The Davenports son Jonathan months. Grandparents t Mrs. Farlin Hartford, and Davenport Davenport, September 28 Mr. and Mrs. James O. 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