I'm wrapping up the article on the Order Probating a 1902 will. Fortunately I have the court book record copy and the original, which were apparently written by two different people. The names are easier to read on one than on the other.
I still don't know why children of one daughter were given notice, but I'm leaving that as an unanswered question for a later issue. Sometimes one has to know when to stop.
Interestingly enough, the testator gives her grandson $1 and gives his wife $250. That I think I have figured out. It really doesn't have too much to do with the analysis of the order and the heirs, but makes for an interesting aside.
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