Dear fellow Genners,
Can you help me find another piece to a puzzle? Jacob Weinthal (1840-1917) signed a
will leaving everything to the Home for Aged and Infirm Israelites - apparently
around the time he entered the Home. However, he was never buried after his death.
This implies there weren't funds sufficient to provide a grave. It is a curious
I would like to find out if there were any assets when he died. Specifically, I
would like to know if there is a packet with administrative papers filed by the
will's executor showing the disposition of his assets.
I can provide you with the record number, volume and page number, dates, and an
image >from the St. Louis City Probate Court book. This book contained typed
transcripts of the will and witness statements.
Pat Weinthal in Massachusetts
Researching WEINTHAL/WIJNTAL/WAJNTAL/WINTHAL and variations
ARNHEIM, STREEP, DRIESEN, PEYSER
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