Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Sunday, July 01, 2007 at 06:30:43 :
The Marin Journal
Thursday, December 19, 1912
Valuable Estate Goes to Relatives
Nathan Dodge and E. B. Martinelli, executors without bond of the will of the late James Tunstead, read the will in the presence of the legatees on Wednesday. Practically the entire estate is in the Tunstead Incorporation Company; there are five hundred Shares, of which Mr. Tunstead owned 497, and Nathan Dodge, Bart Burtchaell and Peter Burtchaell owner respectively the remaining three shares. The estate is valued at $150,000.
There are five nieces and seven nephews; the nephews get 25 shares each, and the nieces 60 shares each; 22 extra shares are given to Nathan Dodge.
The Tunstead home in San Anselmo is given to Bart Burtchaell of San Francisco. The house adjoining the home is given to the housekeeper, Miss Julia Brierton, for life; at her death it reverts to peter burtchaell.
H. E. Greer is attorney for the executors.
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