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From: "Teresa Ghee Elliott" <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] Wills or Lack of.
Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2004 09:55:30 -0600
I have separate tags for each part of the probate process. I have an
Inventory, Will, Sale of Estate, Widow's Pension, and Letters of
Administration tag among others. If you have different documents in that
seven pages, you might want to break them up by tags. Very few probates
happen in one day, and if you link the wife, and possibly children to those
tags as witnesses, you can see how the probate process affected their lives
as well as the deceased.
One daughter was pregnant when her father died on Jun 14, 1905.
The baby was born on August 23, 1905.
On September 1, 1905, the will was sent to probate.
On September 11, 1905, the daughter died from complications of childbirth.
Her husband then sues the estate for her part of the estate to go to her
child. All those documents make more sense if you break them down into
individual tags rather than one large memo.
Teresa Ghee Elliott
Any information I give that you can't find in your version of TMG 5.1 is
probably due to customization on my part.
For Rutherford County TN Cemeteries www.Rutherfordcemeteries.home-page.org
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From: Wayne Colton [mailto:]
Sent: Monday, January 12, 2004 6:13 PM
Subject: [TMG] Wills or Lack of.
Hello Again, I am attempting to enter a record for my ggrandfather who died
intestate. I do have a copy of the records which is about seven pages long
and have been thinking of entering all the info as a memo which I find easy
for me to do. However due to the amount information to enter I'm wondering
if this is a wise approach to my problem. Your comments are appreciated.
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