IN THE Orphans’ Court of Allegheny County,
Estate of Hezekiah P. Snyder, deceased.
No. 8 March Term, A. D. 1911.
To Hezekiah P. Snyder, Troy Ohio; Hate Snyder, intermarried with Samuel Gelwix, Chambersburg, PA; Ellen Minter, widow, Arendsville, Pa.; John N. Snyder, York, Pa.;
William L. Snyder, Bendersville, Pa.; H. G. Snyder, Tiffin, Ohio; Lulu Snyder, intermarried with Rev. W. A. Hartman, Pittsburg, Pa.; John M. Snyder, McPherson, Kansas; Hezekiah P. Snyder, Berkeley, California; Jacob A. Snyder, Cincinnati, Ohio; Benjamin F. Snyder, Dixon, Illinois; John M. Snyder, Topeka, Kansas; Charles H. Snyder, Cora Snyder, both of San Diego, California; Ellen Snyder, intermarried with George Hirleman, Waverly, Iowa; Mary Uhl, widow, Kate Snyder, Florence Herr, widow, Fannie Snyder, John N. Snyder, all of Somerset, Pa.; Mary Slater, Johnstown, Pa.; Annie Thompson, widow, Deersville, Ohio; William Thompson, George W. Thompson, Arthur Thompson, Edward Thompson, Flora B. Thompson, intermarried with Paul F. Grace, John Grace, Roy Grace, Herbert Grace, all of Uhrichsville, Ohio; John M. Mickle, Griswell, Oregon; Mary Hatch, widow, Los Angeles, California; Peter Mickle, Comstock, Nebraska; Frank Mickle, Murray, Iowa; _____Mickle, intermarried with L. W. Pound, Council Bluffs, Iowa; Catherine Shaffer, intermarried with _____Hoffman, Joseph B. Shaffer, William Shaffer, Watson Shaffer, all of Niles, Ohio; William Thompson, Johnstown, Pa.; Cyrenius Thompson, Helen Thompson, both of Munhall, Pa.; James Thompson, Montgomery Thompson, both of Niles, Ohio; John w. Thompson, Johnstown, Pa.; George W. Ryan, Holtzville, California; _____Ryan, intermarried with E. A. Priser, Merced, California; Anna M. Snyder, widow, Berkeley, California.
Notice is hereby given that the Orphans’ Court of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, at No. 8, March Term, 1911, in the matter of the estate of Hezekiah P. Snyder, deceased, on June 17, 1911, awarded a rule on all parties interested in the above named estate to appear in court upon Saturday, July 22, 1911, at 10 o’clock a. m., to offer bids upon the several pieces or purports into which the property described in said proceedings has been divided, to accept or refuse the same at the valuation placed upon it by the sheriff’s inquest, or to show cause, if any they have, why the property should not be sold.
ED. B. SCULL
Attorney for Petitioners.