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Session Laws, 1880
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WILLIAM T. HAMILTON, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR. 571

the Orphans' Court of Baltimore city the entire es-


tate of Sarah Ann Fowler, valued at forty-nine


hundred and nineteen dollars and eighty-eight cents,


consisting of a certain amount in cash and one piece


of leasehold property in Baltimore city.


AND WHEREAS the said Board of Commissioners


of Public Schools of Baltimore city have since trans-

Preamble.

ferred to the custody of the Mayor and City Coun-


cil of Baltimore city all of said estate.


AND WHEREAS the said property was derived from


the estate of Frederick Cole, deceased, the father of

Preamble.

the said Sarah Ann Fowler, who also left surviving


him his wife, Mary Cole.


AND WHEREAS Martha Rockhold, wife of Charles


Rockhold, Caroline Crook, wife of William Crook,


Ann E. Jennings and George Fowler Jennings are


the next of kin of Mary Cole, who is now deceased,

Preamble.

and are equitably entitled to her distributive share


of said estate, which, under the laws of the State of


Maryland, would amount to one-third thereof;


therefore,


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly


of Maryland, That the Mayor and City Council


of Baltimore city be and they are hereby authorized,


empowered and directed to pay over to Martha


Rockhold , wife of Charles Rockhold, Caroline Crook,
wife of William Crook, Ann E. Jennings and George
Fowler Jennings, an amount equal to one-third of

Directed to
pay over.

said estate, in the following proportions: one-third


of said one-third to Martha Rockhold, one-third of


said one-third to Caroline Crook, and one-third of


said one-third to be equally divided between Ann


E. Jennings and George Fowler Jennings.


Approved April 10, 1880.




 

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