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Will of Caroline A. Gillmore
I Caroline A Gillmore of
Pembroke in the County of Plymouth and Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
do make publish and declare this my last will and testament
I, Caroline A. Gillmore, declare this to be a codicil to my last will which was executed in March 1907, whereas the provisions of article Second of said will have become in part impossible of fulfillment, I hereby revoke said article, and in lieu thereof I direct that I be buried in the Cemetery at Centre Hanover, and that a suitable monument be erected to my memory at a cost not less than $200. I direct that my executor shall erect a monument to the memory of my brother-in-law Judah A. Bacon, and his wife and child in Woodlawn Cemetery, Chelsea at a cost not to exceed $300. I confirm my will in all other respects. In witness whereof I have caused my name to be here set and have made my mark this eleventh day of March 1912 - Caroline A x her mark Gillmore - On this 11th day of March, Caroline A Gillmore in our presence caused her name to hereto affixed and personally made her mark declaring this to be a codicil to her last will and we, at her request, in her presence & in the presence of each other thereupon subscribed our names as witnesses. Harriet I. West Alice L. Bailey Fredk. J. Ranlett
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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