Jackson, William

William Jackson

In the Matter of the Estate of William Jackson, deceased.  In DeKalb County County Court.  In Probate.  Box 248

Feb. 26th., 1906.  Petition of Gertrude S. White and Mary Jane Stevens for Letters of Administration filed, representing that William Jackson died at Shabbona, DeKalb County, Illinois, on or about the 13th day  of February A. D. 1906 intestate and seized of real and personal estate, consisting chiefly of a homestead property in Shabbona, Illinois, a five acre timber lot, and personal estate estimated to be worth about $55,000.

That said deceased left surviving him no widow and Gertrude S. White and Mary Jane Stevens, his sisters; Lila Carter, only child of his deceased brother, Aaron S. Jackson; George W. Jackson, Charles W. Jackson, William F. Jackson, Gertrude A. Clauson, Harriet A. Deacon, only children of his deceased brother Jonathan S. Jackson; David N. Stevens and Bessie Gleason only children of his deceased sister, Elizabeth A. Stevens; George A. Jackson, Clarence E. Jackson, Almira E. Witbeck, only children of his deceased brother George W. Jackson and Grand Children of his said deceased brother, George W. Jackson, as follows:  Florence Witbeck, and Louis L. Jackson, only children of William L. Jackson, deceased; and Arthur Jackson, only son of Chas. F. Jackson, deceased, as heirs. 

Petitioners being sisters pray that Letters of Administration may issue to David Jones.

Subscribed and sworn to by Gertrude S. White before John Faissler a Notary Public of DeKalb County, Illinois.