GANCHON, GANCHOU, PENNAMEN, COLE, ESTRABEAU


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Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Saturday, January 21, 2006 at 06:32:29 :

Marin Co., CA Deed Book 161, pages 299-300
Decree Settling First and Final Account of Administration and of Final Distribution of Estate
J. Ray Keaton, as the administrator of the estate of Bernard T. Ganchon, whose name was sometimes spelled Bernard T. Ganchou, deceased having heretofore and on the 11th day of December, 1928, rendered and filed in this Court his first and final account as such administrator, together with his report accompanying said account, and together with his petition for the final distribution of the estate of said deceased, and said matters having come on regularly to be heard before this court on the 21st day of December, 1928, and witnesses having been sworn and having testified on said hearing and documentary evidenced having also having been offered and admitted on said hearing, and said matters having been submitted to the court for its decision and the court having fully considered all the said matters and the evidence and it having been fully and satisfactorily proven to the Court from all of the evidence that the facts in said matter are as hereinafter found, the court does hereby find the facts to be That upon the filing of said account, report and petition the Clerk of this Court had duly and regularly fixed and appointed this 21st day of December, 1928 and the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day and the courtroom of this court as the time and place for the hearing and settlement of said account and report and petition for final distribution of said estate, and has thereupon duly and regularly given and posted notices of said time and place so fixed and appointed for waid hearing, in the manner and form and for the period as provided for and required by law, and that said account in in all respects just, true and correct and is supported by proper vouchers, and that said administrator has fully accounted for all of the estate of said deceased, and that all of the items of expenditures set forth in said account are just, true and proper charges against the estate of said deceased, and that all of the facts set forth and alleged in said account, report and petition for the final distribution are true, as therein alleged and set forth, and that the sale by said administrator to said Victor N. Pennamen for $50.00 of the one Ford automobile referred to in the inventory and appraisement on file in the above entitled estate, and also for the sale of the one gas range, one dining room table, one old sideboard, two old dressers and one lot of common chairs referred to in the inventory and appraisement on file herein to Russell H. Cole for the sum of $15.00 should be ratified and confirmed, and that since the filing of said account no money has been received or expended by or on
behalf of said estate, and that the amount of cash on hand at the time of the filing of said account was the sum of 1362.95, and that there should be allowed to said administrator, as a further charge against said estate and the balance of cash on hand, the further sum of Fifty cents (50) for a certified copy of this decree and the further sum of $2.25 for the Recorder's fees for the recording of a certified copy of this decree, leaving the balance of cash on hand for distribution to the heirs at law of said deceased, in the sum of $1360.20 and that the residue of the estate of said deceased remaining in the hands or in the possession or under the control of said administrator is the sum of $1360.20 and the real property hereinafter particularly described and set forth, and that the whole of the estate of said deceased was the separate property of said decedent. That the said decedent left surviving him, as his sole heirs at law, his sister Anne Ganchou Estrabeau and Bernard Maximien Ganchou, who was a son of Maximien Ganchou, a pre-deceased brother of said Bernard T. Ganchou, etc. deceased and that the said Anne Ganchou Estrabeau and Bernard Maximien Ganchou are each entitled to have distributed to them the sum of $680.10 in cash, and an undivided half interest in the real property hereinafter particularly described and set forth and an undivided one half of any and all other property and estate of said deceased, and that an order of this court should be made as hereinafter ordered.............. [description of the lot in San Rafael on Taylor Street as described in the already posted deed]
Dated: 21 Dec. 1928
Edward I. Butler, Judge of the Superior Court




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