Grace Darling Lee

Grave marker of Miss Grace Darling Lee


Wheeling Register., January 31, 1896, page 6

Special to the Register.

Clarksburg, W. Va., January 30.—
After a long illness Miss Grace Lee, daughter of the late Judge George H. Lee, died to-day at the residence of her sister, Mrs. J. J. Duncan, in this city.


Wheeling Sunday Register, February 02, 1896

Clarksburg, W. Va., February 1.—
The funeral of Miss Grace D. Lee took place to-day from the residence of J. J. Duncan.

She leaves many friends who condole with her family in so sad a bereavement.


Wheeling Sunday Register., February 09, 1896

Clarksburg, W. Va., Feb. 8.—-
George H. Lee of the staff of the Chicago Journal was here Sunday, at the funeral of his sister, Miss Grace Lee.


Stock image of Last Will and Testament

Wheeling Sunday Register., February 09, 1896

Special to the Register

Clarksburg, W. Va., February 8—

The will of Miss Grace D. Lee, made October 9, 1895, has been admitted to probate, and provides among other things, that her stock in the Merchant’s National Bank at Parkersburg be sold; that Anna H. Davis be paid $100; D. C. Lee $100, and the residue thereof is given to her sisters, Mrs. Horenstein Beeman and Mrs. Maud Duncan. She gives her farm on New Creek, in this county, to Ernest Allen Duncan, and a house and lot on Sixth street, in this city to Grace Lee Duncan. She directs that her other real estate be sold and the proceeds divided between Beatrice Beeman, Columbia Bland Duncan and Grace Lee Duncan.

In a memorandum she also disposes of her furniture, books and silver.

She appointed Samuel R. Harrison and Thomas Haymond executors, without bond, and co-trustees of infant legatees.

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