Daniel v. Whartenby
84 U.S. 639 (1873)

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Daniel v. Whartenby, 84 U.S. 17 Wall. 639 639 (1873)

Daniel v. Whartenby

84 U.S. (17 Wall.) 639

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A testator gave his estate, both real and personal, to his son, R. T., "during his natural life, and after his death to his issue, by him lawfully begotten of his body, to such issue, their heirs and assigns forever." In case R. T. should die without lawful issue, then, in that case, he devised the estate to his own widow and two sisters, "during the natural life o

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