Will of Lillian E.. Cipperley
Last Will and Testament
Lillian E. Cipperley
North Greenbush, NY

Information on this page is from photocopies of original will on file in Rensselaer Co. Probate File No. 1928, Folder 102. It was written 17 Mar 1906 and recorded 18 Sep 1927. It was transcribed by Wayne E. Weatherwax on 16 Apr 2014. Many thanks, Wayne!

(The will is a hand written document).

Last Will and testament of Mrs. Lillian E. CIPPERLEY of the town of North Greenbush, Rensselaer county N.Y.

I Lillian E. CIPPERLEY aforesaid do hereby make, declare and publish my last Will and testament as follows:

I give and devise all my estate real and personal to my husband Arthur CIPPERLEY absolutely or in case he should die before me, I give and devise said estate to my brother James K. COLLINS and my sister Agnes S. MORRIS in equal shares.

In case either my said brother or said sister die before me, I give to their child or children such estate which the parent would have taken if living at my death. I name and appoint my said husband sole executor of this my last Will.

Dated: March 17th 1906

Lillian E. CIPPERLEY (l.s.)

The above instrument was subscribed by the [illegible] Lillian E. Cipperley in our presence and at the same time she declared such instrument to be her last Will and testament and thereupon we at her request sign our names hereto as witnesses.

David A. THOMPSON residing Albany, NY
Edward EASTON residing Albany, NY

NOTES FROM SUBMITTER: "Based on this Will her maiden name was Lillian E. Collins. Based on USC documents she married Arthur C. Cipperley about 1890. It appears from census data they never had children. Her Husband was the son of John Henry Cipperly 1838-1903 and wife Rachael (unknown maiden name). He appears with his parents in USC1870 and 1880. In USC1920 his widowed mother Rachael is living with them in Rensselaer, NY. His last occupation was listed as Locomotive Engineer on the Railroad. Although I found this couple in 5 different Census records the spelling of Cipperly and Cipperley both appear. No where could I find him with the middle initial of "C". I do not have a date of death for Arthur or burial location for this couple as yet."

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