|Birth: ||Aug. 27, 1877|
Santa Barbara County
|Death: ||Jun. 26, 1941|
Santa Barbara County
I, Harry Randall Saulsbury, a resident of Santa Maria, county of Santa Barbara, State of California, of lawful age and sound mind, and not acting under duress, menace, fraud, or influence of any person, do make, publish and declare my last will and testament as follows, revoking all wills and codicils:
FIRST: I direct my Executrix to pay all my just debts, last illness and burial expenses.
SECOND: I declare that I have been married but once only, and that my wife is living and her name is Lora May Saulsbury , and that I have never had issue of my body.
THIRD: It my intention to dispose of all property, real and personal, that I am entitle to dispose of, confirming unto said wife, Lora May Saulsbury, her undivided one-half (1/2) interest in all community property.
FOURTH: I give, devise, and bequeath all of my estate, real and personal, where ever situated and of whatever nature, kind and description to my wife Lora May Saulsbury, provided she survives distribution , thereof to her. In case she shall predecease me or in case she shall not survive distribution of my estate to her, then all property in this paragraph mentioned, or any portion thereof not distributed to my wife Lora May Saulsbury, prior to her death, I give device and bequeath, as follows:
A.) One-half (1/2) equal parts thereof to my sisters who are living at the time of my death, share and share alike.
B.) One-half (1/2) equal parts thereof to my heirs in law who are living at the time of my death, according to the laws or succession of the State of California, of my deceased wife, Lora May Saulsbury
FIFTH: I have purposely made no provisions for any other person, whether claiming to be an heir of mine or not, and if any person, whether a beneficiary under this Will or not mentioned herein, shall contest this Will or object to any of the provisions hereof, I give such person so contesting, or objecting the sum of One dollar ($1.00), and no more, in lieu of provisions which I have made or which I might have made herein for such person so contesting or objecting.
Sixth: I nominate and appoint my wife, Lora May Saulsbury, as Executrix of this, my last Will and Testament, to serve as such without bond. In case of the death of my said wife Lora May Saulsbury, or in case of her inability to act, then I nominate and appoint my niece , Wenona Saullsbury and my brother-in-law, Henry O. Stowell, the brother of my wife Lora May Saulsbury, to act as Executors of this, my last Will and Testiment , to serve as such without bond.
IN WITNESS THEREOF: I hereto set my hand, this 21day of February 1941.
Signed: Harry Randall Saulsbury
Harry was the son of an immigrant father, Thomas Saulsbury. He immigrated to the United States, a single man of 18, in about 1848 from Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. Burton upon Trent, also known as Burton-on-Trent or simply Burton, is a town straddling the River Trent in the east of Staffordshire, England. When he was about 29 years old he married Isabel Elizabeth Randall in California. His was an early Pioneer family to the central Pacific coast of California.
In the year 1900 federal census Harry was living at home with his parents, and working as a farm laborer. He married Lora May Stowell in Santa Barbara Co. on 25 DEC 1906. From this union there was no children. The 1920 census revealed that Harry owned his home on Chapel St. in Santa Maria, California, free of any mortgage. He was a plumber in a plumbing shop, and his wife Lora was a nurse in a doctor's office. The 1930 census proved that he still owned his home on Chapel Street, and had $7,000.00 in assets and had a radio. Harry was still working at the Plumbing shop and Lora was now a Technician in a Clinic. In the 1940 census we find that his home on Chapel Street was now only worth $6,500 and they were both retired. Lora's brother, Roy Stowell, and her nephew, Arthur Stowell was living with them. Harry lived all of his life in Santa Maria California. On June 26, 1941, death claimed Harry R.Saulsbury, and he was laid to rest at in the Santa Maria Cemetery. (Research and bio by Audrey DeCamp Hoffman)
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Thomas Saulsbury (1830 - 1911)
Isabel Elizabeth Randall Saulsbury (1842 - 1920)
Lora May Stowell Saulsbury (1885 - 1944)
David Saulsbury (1863 - 1925)*
Jesse Saulsbury (1865 - 1946)*
Thomas Saulsbury (1869 - 1941)*
James Irwin Saulsbury (1870 - 1918)*
Anna A Saulsbuy Froom (1873 - 1958)*
Isabel E Saulsbury (1876 - 1958)*
Harry Randall Saulsbury (1877 - 1941)
Harriet Amelia Saulsbury Slack (1879 - 1957)*
Santa Maria Cemetery District
Santa Barbara County
Maintained by: Jan Froom
Originally Created by: Ron West
Record added: Jul 05, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 72910259