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Albert Lufkin probate, Oklahoma, 1907

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Albert Lufkin probate, Oklahoma, 1907

Posted: 1 Aug 2004 4:36PM GMT
Classification: Death
Surnames: LUFKIN, PARMENTER, BLACKWELDER
Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, Courthouse in Oklahoma City, Court Clerk’s Office, Probate

LUFKIN, Albert
Case 1176
Filed 19 Aug 1909
Petition for probate of will; Albert Lufkin died city of Newton, county of Jasper, Iowa on 27 June 1907.

Will dated 9 Feb 1895 admitted to probate dist court, Jasper Co, Iowa.
Heirs (devisees and legatees): Herman Lufkin, 37, Newton, Iowa; Fannie E Lufkin, 64, Newton, Iowa; Mary Parmenter, 51, Okla City; Arthur K Lufkin, 46, Newton, Iowa; Harold Lufkin, 17, Newton, Iowa.
Copy of will in case jacket: made in Newton, Jasper Co, Iowa, 1895
Lots 5 & 6, Block 1, Newton, Iowa
Heirs: Fannie E Lufkin, wife; Herman Lufkin, son; Harold Lufkin, grandson; Mrs Mary Parmenter, dau; Arthur K Lufkin, son.

6 June 1910; final acct; estate valued at $62,520; appt of resident agent, Guy E Blackwelder, OKC

12 June 1910; final acct and distribution; executor Arthur K Lufkin; extrx Fannie E Lufkin; executor and extrx were apptd 1 Oct 1907 by Dist Court Jasper Co, Iowa; deceased lived in Jasper Co, Iowa at time of death.
Land:
S ½ S29 T13N R4W
S ½ S28 T12N R4W
NW ¼ S30 T13N R4W
NE ¼ S12 T12N R4W
Lots 35 & 36, Block 13
Lots 39 & 40, Block 3
Lots 1, 2, 3, & 4, Block 3
Lots 3 & 4, Block 2
Lots 19, 20, 21, & 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, Block 1, all in the Military addition to Oklahoma City.

Fannie E Lufkin, widow, received 1/3 of estate; Mrs Mary Parmenter, dau, received 1/3; Arthur K Lufkin, son, received 1/3.

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