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 Leland Gilbert Woolworth

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Leland Gilbert Woolworth

Birth
New York, USA
Death
17 Nov 1936 (aged 71)
New York, USA
Burial
Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, USA
Memorial ID
19922784 View Source

Leland Gilbert Woolworth is the son of Gilbert Enoch Woolworth and Mary E. White. Leland had one brother, Gilbert White Woolworth and one sister, Elizabeth Mary Woolworth and one half brother, Smith Thaddeus Woolworth.

He married Helen Cooper Hungerford on October 22, 1891.
They did not have any children. Helen died in 1946.

OBITUARY: Leland G. Woolworth Dead--Leland G. Woolworth, 71, president of the Hardiman-Woolworth company, director and former vice-president of the Jefferson County National bank, vice-president and director of the Hungerford - Holbrook company and long a leading figure in the business life of Watertown, died at about 3 Tuesday morning at the family residence, 336 Washington street.--November 19, 1936, The Journal & Republican, Lowville, New York, 1860-1940--http://news.nnyln.net/lowville-journal-republican/search.html

OBITUARY: LEFT WOOLWORTH ESTATE--Amount Not Disclosed in Will Making Widow Beneficiary, and Made More than 27 Years Ago--
The will of Leland G. Woolworth, prominent business man and bank official, who died in Watertown several weeks ago, and filed for probate late Thursday afternoon in the surrogate's office
The petition does not disclose the amount of the estate, citing only that the personal property exceeds $2,000 and that there is no real estate.
The will provides the entire estate be left to his widow, Helen H. Woolworth. The will reads that if there is anything remaining the estate after his wife dies, that it be given to his sister, Miss Elizabeth M. Woolworth.
The document was made February 25, 1909. There were provisions in it as to disposal of the estate in case his wife should have pre-deceased him.
Mr. Woolworth was for years president of the Hardiman-Woolworth Furniture Company and was connected with the Jefferson County National Bank.--December 24, 1936, The Journal & Republican, Lowville, New York, 1860-1940--http://news.nnyln.net/lowville-journal-republican/search.html

Place of burial from www.nnygenealogy.com


Leland Gilbert Woolworth is the son of Gilbert Enoch Woolworth and Mary E. White. Leland had one brother, Gilbert White Woolworth and one sister, Elizabeth Mary Woolworth and one half brother, Smith Thaddeus Woolworth.

He married Helen Cooper Hungerford on October 22, 1891.
They did not have any children. Helen died in 1946.

OBITUARY: Leland G. Woolworth Dead--Leland G. Woolworth, 71, president of the Hardiman-Woolworth company, director and former vice-president of the Jefferson County National bank, vice-president and director of the Hungerford - Holbrook company and long a leading figure in the business life of Watertown, died at about 3 Tuesday morning at the family residence, 336 Washington street.--November 19, 1936, The Journal & Republican, Lowville, New York, 1860-1940--http://news.nnyln.net/lowville-journal-republican/search.html

OBITUARY: LEFT WOOLWORTH ESTATE--Amount Not Disclosed in Will Making Widow Beneficiary, and Made More than 27 Years Ago--
The will of Leland G. Woolworth, prominent business man and bank official, who died in Watertown several weeks ago, and filed for probate late Thursday afternoon in the surrogate's office
The petition does not disclose the amount of the estate, citing only that the personal property exceeds $2,000 and that there is no real estate.
The will provides the entire estate be left to his widow, Helen H. Woolworth. The will reads that if there is anything remaining the estate after his wife dies, that it be given to his sister, Miss Elizabeth M. Woolworth.
The document was made February 25, 1909. There were provisions in it as to disposal of the estate in case his wife should have pre-deceased him.
Mr. Woolworth was for years president of the Hardiman-Woolworth Furniture Company and was connected with the Jefferson County National Bank.--December 24, 1936, The Journal & Republican, Lowville, New York, 1860-1940--http://news.nnyln.net/lowville-journal-republican/search.html

Place of burial from www.nnygenealogy.com



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