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Notes regarding the Will of Eva L. Naylor

Source:  PLYMOUTH ADVERTISER:  21 August 1915, Vol. 62, No. 39

Mrs. Eva L. Naylor, who died a few weeks ago at her home in Plymouth, provided in her will which was filed in the probate court on Thursday, for the payment of certain sums of money to be paid toward giving an education to two native pupils under the care of Wm. C. Terrill at Imhambane, Africa, for the years 1915 and 1916. 

The two students named are Woarden Nyiwani and Eva Nyanyile, and they are to receive fifteen dollars each per year for their eduction, and if necessary, to include the years 1917 and 1918.  The money is to be sent to the Board of Foreign Missions of the M.E. church in N.Y.  The sum of $300 was given to the Cincinnati branch of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the M.E. church.

The personal effects and real property of the deceased was bequeated to her two children, Mrs. Caroline May Parrott and Heber E. Hole.  The property was equally divided between the son and daughter and included real estate in Plymouth and Wickliff, Ohio.

Heber E. Hole, son of Mrs. Naylor, was named executor, without bond.

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