Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 15:39:21 :
The Marin Journal
Thursday, July 19, 1900
The Hotaling Wills Have Been Filed for Probate
The wills of Anson P. Hotaling, who died in San Francisco on February 16, 1900, and of Anson P. Hotaling Jr., who died on February 23, 1899, were filed for probate by S. M. Augustine, who asked for appointment as administrator of both estates. The senior Hotaling’s will was made on July 26, 1893. He gave one-half of his estate to his wife, Lavina J. Hotaling, and one-half ro his sons, of whom tow, Supervisor Richard M. Hotaling and Frederick C. Hotaling, are living. He said that his wife should choose whether she would take half of the estate under the will, or by reason of her dower, community or homestead rights, so that her share in any event should be limited to one-half. The value of the estate is large, but is not definitely stated. The younger Hotaling’s will was dated August 20, 1898. He bequeathed all to his wife, Ella K. Hotaling.
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