New York, USA
|Death: ||Nov., 1911|
Mrs. Charles H. Armatage died this morning at her home on Woodlawn avenue, after a short illness. She was Miss Susan Elizabeth Denniston, daughter of General and Mrs. Gerrett Visscher Denniston, and is survived by her husband, Charles H. Armatage, and one daughter, Mrs. Carrie Armatage Miller. She was born in this city, and was educated in the Sacred Heart Convent.
Albany NY Evening Journal 1911
An article regarding Susan Armatage's estate in the Albany NY Evening Jounal, Jan. 4, 1812, mentions she died last November.
GARRET DENNISTON, GREENBUSH, Rensselaer Co., NY
Vol. 72 pg. 139
Will made Nov 26, 1869. Proved & recorded June 16, 1870.
I Garret Denniston formerly of the city of Albany, now of the Village of Greenbush County of Rensselaer and state of New York.
•Gives to his aunt Ann Eliza Garrison, wife of Thomas Garrison $500. dollars.
•Gives to his sister Mary Jane Denniston his gold watch, when she arrives at age 25; directs his executor, hereafter name, to keep it until that time.
•Gives the remainder of his estate, real & personal, to his two sisters Susan Armatage, wife of Charles Armatage and Mary Jane Denniston equally, share and share alike. Should either of his sisters die without issue, the same to go to the surviving sister.
•Makes his uncle Thomas Garrison his sole executor.
MARY JANE JORALEMON ALBANY,NY Vol. 23 Pg 440
Will made May 5, 1873 Proved & recorded May 23, 1873
I Mary Jane Joralemon of the City and County of Albany and State of New York.
•Leaves to her husband Charles E. Joralemon, $1000 dollars, also the "large picture worked in canvas by me and the bed which we now sleep in together with the bedding belonging."
•Gives her aunt Ann Eliza Garrison wife of Thomas Garrison of Greenbush, Rensselaer County, NY, "my gold watch and chain and the pictures of my deceased father and my deceased brother Garret."
•Leaves her friend Rachel Armatage wife of J. H. Armatage of Albany, a mink muff.
•Gives her sister in law Lousia Ostrauder her Howe sewing machine.
•Gives to her sister Susan Armatage $5000 dollars, in trust for the benefit of her sister's daughter, Carrie G. Armatage, to be invested in safe securities; the income to be applied for her benefit until she becomes 21. At which time the $5000 dollars and any income not applied, to be paid over to the said Carrie G.
•Gives her sister Susan Armatage her father's gold watch which was devised to her by her brother Garret, which is in the possession of Thomas Garrison, the executor of said Garret's will.
•All the remainder of her estate, real & personal, she leaves to her sister, Susan Armatage.
•Appoints her friend Hiram L. Washburn Jr of Albany, executor.
Albany Rural Cemetery
New York, USA
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