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 - BEQUEATHS Valuable Estate To Wid-ow Wid-ow...
BEQUEATHS Valuable Estate To Wid-ow Wid-ow Wid-ow and Daughters. WILL OF THEOPHILE CONRAD TOTAL raOPERTY BELIEVED TO BE "WOBTH $1,000,000. DAUGHTERS GIVEN REALTY, Theophile Conrad, who died suddenly at his residence several days ago, dls poses of an estate believed to be worth at least $1,000,000 by Ms will, which was admitted -to -to probate in the County Court yesterday. The instrument, which 1b written In testator's hand writing and consists of but little more than a bare list of his properties, with the names of the recipients opposite them, bears date of June 30, 1904. Mr. Conrad's real estate Is divided among bis four daughters, each of whom is also given a cash bequest. The widow receives the entire personalty for life, with the remainder at her death to be equally divided among the children. Just what may be the total value of the personalty Js a matter of specula tion at present Under the last county assessment Mr. Conrad gave $3,500 as the value of his total taxable personalty for the year. Shortly after his death the estate was sued by George H. Alex ander, Revenue Agent, to enforce payment payment of Ave years' back taxes on an annual valuation of omitted personalty personalty of $500,000. Representatives of the estate do not care to discuss the value of personalty left by Mr. Conrad. ... Many Big Bequests. To Mrs. Mina Hegewald, wife of J. C. S. Hegewald, Mr. Conrad bequeathes the Hotel Victoria, at Tenth and Broadway; Broadway; -two -two houses on Tenth street; a two-istory two-istory two-istory house adjacent to the Hotel Conrad flat building at Twelfth andl Broadway; tobacco warenouse mo. 7 of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com. pany, at Eleventh and Main streets, and $20,000 in cash. Mrs. Lucile Mullen, wife of Willis S. Mullen, is given the St. James apartment apartment house; a warehouse occupied by the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company, Company, at Tenth and Main streets, and $30,000 in cash. Mrs. Carrie Roberts, wife of John W. Robertsi Is left the Rossmore flat building, building, on Fourth avenue, near Broadway, and $20,000 In cash. Mrs. Emma Dick, wife of L. W. Dick. Is given-the given-the given-the building occupied by the Menne candy factory; a house on Sec ond street, between Oak and Ormsby avenue; a factory building on Market street, below Wenzel; a sixty-foot sixty-foot sixty-foot lot in St. James Court, and $37,000 In cash. Tha will concludes: "My other possessions In bonds, stocks and moneys go to my wife during during her life: after her death to be -divided -divided -divided equally among our children." The handsome Conrad residence in St. James Court has bsen in the name of Mrs. Conrad several years. The will named no executor, and the widow formally waived her right to qualify as administratrix. All the heirs agreed to WiUIb S. Mullen qualifying as administrator, administrator, with the other three son-s-In--law son-s-In--law son-s-In--law son-s-In--law son-s-In--law son-s-In--law son-s-In--law son-s-In--law of Mr. Conrad on hi3 bond. William William Krleger Is given power of attorney for Mrs. Conrad to act for her. The testator's interest In the Conrad Tanning Tanning Company, of which he was the heed, Is represented in stock. The assessed value of Mr. Conrad's realty Is given as $253,850.

Clipped from The Courier-Journal24 Feb 1905, FriPage 10

The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky)24 Feb 1905, FriPage 10
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