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005 1918 Administrators Account
005 1918 Administrators Account
Date Signed: 24 May 1918. Date Filed: 15 Dec 1919 (Starts 24 May 1918 and ends 10 Dec 1919.) This document is the first and final Administrator's Account of Mary F. Cashman becoming the Administratrix [sic] of the estate of William Cashman. 
 
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005 1918 Administrators Appointment
005 1918 Administrators Appointment
This document is the Administrator's Affidavit of Notice of Appointment for Mary F. Cashman to become the Administratrix [sic] of the estate of William Cashman. 
 
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005 1918 Administrators Inventory
005 1918 Administrators Inventory
Date signed: 24 Apr 1918. Date filed: 2 Nov 1918. This document is the Administrator's Inventory for William Cashman's estate and effects. 
 
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005 1918 Leave to carry on business
005 1918 Leave to carry on business
Dated 20 May 1918. Allowed 27 June 1918. This is a petition to leave to carry on business signed by Mary F. Cashman. 
 
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005 1918 Mary Cashman Administrative Bond
005 1918 Mary Cashman Administrative Bond
I, Mary F. Cashman, the within-named administratrix [sic] declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the estate and effects of the within-named deceased do not exceed in value the following-mentioned sums, viz: Real Estate $40,000 Personal Estate $18,000. Sign: Mary F. Cashman. 
 
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005 1918 Mary Cashman Sureties
005 1918 Mary Cashman Sureties
To the Honorable the Judge of the Probate Court, in and for the County of Norfolk: respectfully represents Mary F. Cashman of Quincy in the County of Norfolk that William Cashman who last dwelt in Quincy in the County of Norfolk, died on the 24th day of April A.D. 1918 intestate, possessed goods and estate remaining to be administered, leaving a widow his only heirs-at-law and next-of-kin, the persons whose names, residences and relationship to the deceased are as follows, viz: Mary F. Cashman, Widow, Edward L. Cashman, son, William F. Cashman, minor son, that your petitioner is widow of the deceased above named. Wherefore your petitioner prays that she, or some other suitable person be appointed administratrix [sin] of the estate of said deceased, and certifies that the statements herein contained are true to the best of her knowledge and belief. (signed and dated) 
 
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005 1918 Mortgage of Real Estate
005 1918 Mortgage of Real Estate
This is the Mortgage Real Estate (allowed 27 Jul 1918) defining Mary F. Cashman as administratrix [sic] of William Cashman's estate in Quincy. This document defines all of the land that William Cashman owned. 
 
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006 1879 James Cashman probate p1 of 3
006 1879 James Cashman probate p1 of 3
[1880 James Cashman Probate]:     Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Plymouth, SS. Probate Court.   To HENRY J. CURTIS, WILLIAM W. COLLAMORE and JEDEDIAH DWELLEY of HANOVER Greeting:  You are herby appointed to appraise, on oath, the estate and effects of JAMES CASHMAN late of HANOVER in said County of Plymouth, deceased, testate, which may be in said Commonwealth. When you have performed that service, you will deliver this order, and your doings in pursuance thereof, to JOHN SPENCE, the executor of the will of said deceased, that he may return the same to the Probate Court for said County of Plymouth.  Witness, my hand and the seal of the Probate Court, this TENTH day of NOVEMBER in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-NINE.  [signed] Wm. H. Nooall, Judge of Probate Court  Plymouth, SS. DECEMBER 13 A. D. 1879. Then the above-named WILLIAM W. COLLAMORE and HENRY J. CURTIS personally appeared and made oath that they would faithfully and impartially discharge the trust reposed in them by the foregoing order. Before me, JEDEDIAH DWELLEY, Justice of the Peace.  [In margin] Plymouth S.S. DEC 13, 1879. Then the above named JEDEDIAH DWELLEY personally appeared and made oath that he would faithfully and impartially discharge the trust reposed in him by the foregoing order. CHAS W. HOWLAND, Justice of the Peace. Pursuant to the foregoing order, to us directed, we have appraised said estate as follows, to wit: - Amount of Real Estate, as per schedule exhibited, $8101. Amount of Personal Estate, as per schedule exhibited, $3159.40. [Signed] HENRY J. CURTIS, W. W. COLLAMORE, & JEDEDIAH DWELLEY, Appraisers.  Plymouth, SS.  JANUARY 9th A. D. 1880. Then personally appeared JOHN SPENCE the executor of the will of said deceased, and made oath that the foregoing is a true and perfect inventory of all the estate of said deceased that has come to his possession or knowledge.  Before me, PEREZ SIMMONS, Justice of the Peace. 
 
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006 1879 James Cashman probate p2 of 3
006 1879 James Cashman probate p2 of 3
[1880 James Cashman Probate - Real Estate]:    Homestead - 12 acres land with 2 barns, etc. 3,420.00  *  Stoddard House with 3/4 acres land 425.00  *  Conner tenant house with 1/4 acre of land 400.00  * First House West of Conner house & 1/4 acre land 375.00  *  Second House West of Conner house & 1/4 acre land 475.00  *  Third House West of Conner house & 1/4 acre land 300.00  *  These parcels above are all listed as "on Walnut Street, Hanover"  *  House & 3 acres of land on Washington Street, So. Scituate 1,000.00  *  House & 16 acres wood land on Bowker Street, So. Scituate 300.00  *  About 4 acres Old Pond Meadow 40.00  *  About 10 acres Pasture and wood land on Walnut St., Hanover [Killams lot] 250.00  *  About 22 acres Woodland in Hanover & So. Scituate [Wade lot] 540.00  *  About 8 acres Wod, field & sprout land on Walnut St., Hanover [Clark lot] 200.00  *  About 3 1/2 acres Young Wood in Hanover [Bates lot] 35.00  *  About 3 acres Young wood at Old Pond Road in So.Scituate 50.00  *  About 2 acres Cedar Swamp at Old Pond Road in So. Scituate 12.00  *  About 6 acres Young Wood at Old Pond Road in So. Scituate 54.00  *  About 5 1/2 acres Cedar Swamp in Valley Swamp, So. Scituate 100.00  *  About 5 1/2 acres Walnut Hill lot in Hanover 120.00  *  Turner Swamp lot in Hanover in common with others 5.00  *  Total $8,101.00 
 
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006 1879 James Cashman probate p3 of 3
006 1879 James Cashman probate p3 of 3
[1880 James Cashman Probate - Personal Estate]:    4 Plows $15., Ladder $6. Grind Stone $3.00, 3 pair Trace Chains $3. - 27.00  * Mowing Machine $35. Ditto $5. Block & Robe $7. Plow Points & Old Iron $11.00 - 58.50  *  Scythe Smaths & Scythe 1. 5 Manure Forks 5. Harrow 3. - 9.00  *  10 Wood Chains 4.00 Jack 1.00 4 Chains 3.00 Jack Screws 10.00 - 18.00  *  Stone Tools 12.00 3 Pitch Forks 1.50 2 Crow Bars 1.50 Road Scraper 5.00 - 20.00  *  4 Wheels 14.00 3 Horse Wagons 33.00 1 Two horse coal wagon 25.00 - 72.00  *  3 Horse carts 22. 1 Cart body 4. Hind Wheels 12. - 38.00  *  Ox Cart 8. Yellow Ex. Wagon 65.00 1 Horse Express Wagon 8.00 - 81.00  *  Patent truck 5.00 Wood Cart 18.00 Hay Wagon-body & AP 1.00 - 24.00  *  3 Sleds and Turtle Drag 12.00 Covered Wagon 5.00 Open Wagon 7.50 - 24.50  *  Covered Wagon 25. Pony 3.00 Drag 2.00 Roller in two parts 2.00 - 32.00  *  40 meal bags 8.00 Set Double Harness 30.00 3 Horse Cart Saddles 20.00 - 58.00  *  5 pr. Hook harness 5. 4 Collens 4. 1 hARNESS 10. - 19.00  *  1 hARNESS 8.00 pART OF dOUBLE hARNESS 5.00 - 13.00  *  Old lumber in barn 3.00 12 cord hard wood 36.00 - 39.00  *  40 Oak Posts 8.00 5 cords Slabs 7.50 3 Cords pine wood 3.00 - 18.50  *  10 u. 5/8 in boards 50.00 Boards ono Walnut St. - 70.00  *  Drag Plank 25.00 750 Rails 37.50 - 62.50  *  20 uncut 3/8 in. boards 100.00 10 uncut 7/8 in. boards 100. - 200.00 *  Sow & Pigs 25.00 4 Hogs 30.00 4 Hogs 100. - 155.00  *  2 Cows and 1 Heifer 60.00 One Black horse 125.00 - 185.00  *  Household furniture in Parlor 80 Ditto in Bedroom 80. - 160.00  *  English Hay 176.00 Salt Hay 99.99 Fresh Hay 24.00 - 299.00  *  Corn stalks 5.00 8 busyh. Rye 6.40 Beans 3.00 Bu. Tar 2. Steps 1.00 - 17.40  *  Book No. 20570 Mercantile Savings Bank - 260.00  *  Book No. 12189 Emigrant Savings Bank - 75.00  *  Book No. 664 Emigrant Savings Bank - 675.00  *  John H. Jones Note - 50.00  *  Dennis J. Cashman Note - 160.00  *  Patrick Kane Note - 129.00  *  Bill against Enos Curtis - 129.00  *  Total Personal Estate - $3,159.40 
 
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006 1879 James Cashman will  p3 of 3
006 1879 James Cashman will p3 of 3
[1879 James Cashman Will - Page 3/3]:  declare this to be my last will this fourth day of September 1879...James Cashman (Signed)    On this fourth day of September AD 1879 James Cashman of Hanover Massachusetts signed the foregoing instrument in our presence declaring it to be his last will, and as witnesses thereof we three do now at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other hereto subscribe our names. Henry J. Curtis (Signed), William H. Curtis 2 (Signed), Moyses R. Simmons (Signed) 
 
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006 1879 James Cashman will p1 of 3
006 1879 James Cashman will p1 of 3
[1879 James Cashman Will - page 1/3]:    I, James Cashman, of Hanover in the County of Plymouth and Commonwealth of Massachusetts make this my last will. After the payment of my just debts and funeral charges I bequeath and devise as follows - 1st to my wife Catherine the use and improvment[sic] of all my estate real and personal so long as she may live and remain my widow, 2d To my son John the reversion of the premises where I now live of about ten and one half acres with the dwelling house and stables thereon - bought of John S. Barry and Elisha Jacobs - also about four acres southerly from and near the above also bought of said Elisha Jacobs - this is not to include the Newman Stoddart house + half acre of land with it. 3d To my remaining children viz. Hannah, 
 
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006 1879 James Cashman will p2 of 3
006 1879 James Cashman will p2 of 3
[1879 James Cashman Will - page 2/3]:   Julia, Dennis, James, William, Nellie, and Luke, I give the reversion, residue and remainder of my estate, real and personal to be equally divided between them except that after the decease of my said wife the furniture now in my parlor & siting[sic] room and lower bedroom shall be equally divided between my three daughters Hannah Julia and Nellie and my best chamber set to my daughter Kate. 4th I nominate my relative John Spence of Rockland to be executor of this will. 5th I nominate my said son John to be trustee to take from said executor the said personal estate to invest and from time to time to reinvest the same and the income thereon pay to my said wife as above provided.    In testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand and in the presence of three witnesses 
 
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017 1923 James E Cashman will
017 1923 James E Cashman will
Know All Men By These Presents That I, James E. Cashman of Burlington, Vermont, do make publish and declare this instrument as and for my last will and testament. First - I direct that my just debts be paid out of my estate. Second - I give, devise and bequeath all of my estate of every nature and wherever situated to my beloved wife, Ada S. Cashman. Third - I constitute and appoint my said wife Ada S. Cashman, Executrix [sic] of this, my last will and testament, and request that no bond be required for her. Fourth - It is my wish that my said wife dispose of my business and business equipment other than the storage business, and continue that business and retain Mr. Charles A. Brown as Manger thereof. Fifth - In case of my said wife decease before me, I give, devise and bequeath all of my estate, in equal shares to my beloved children, Eleanor Cashman, Marion Cashman, James Cashman, Jr., Grace Cashman and Bernard Cashman. And in such ease I constitute and appoint Charles A. Brown, of said Burlington, executor of this will. In testimony thereof I hereto set my hand this 14th of January 1923 - James E. Cashman. 
 
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017 1931 Inventory of Estate
017 1931 Inventory of Estate
This document is James E. Cashman's inventory of estate. 
 
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017 1931 James E Cashman probate
017 1931 James E Cashman probate
This document is James E Cashman's probate. 
 
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017 1932 Estate of James Cashman
017 1932 Estate of James Cashman
The estate of James E. Cashman. 
 
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026 1952 Mary C Reardon will article
026 1952 Mary C Reardon will article
Mary C. Reardon of Quincy, who died April 8, left all interest in any household furniture, furnishings and motor vehicles and all her jewelry, personal effects and other tangible personal property to her husband, Daniel. To her children, George, Mary and Paul, she left $5000 each. The residue of her estate she left in trust with the income to be paid to her husband during his life and also so much of the principal as the trustees in their discretion deem necessary and on his death the residue of the trust fund shall be distributed as he shall appoint. Daniel B. Reardon was named executor of the will which was drawn on Dec. 29, 1948.