John Hazeltine1

16 October 1836In William E Whelan's will dated 16 October 1836, John Hazeltine was named as co-executor.2 


  1. [S1666] Pennsylvania Wills and Probate Records, 1683-1993, index and images, online, Will of William E Whelan dated 14 Oct 1836, q.v.
  2. [S1666] Pennsylvania Wills and Probate 1683-1993, online, Philadelphia, Will File 113, Book 26, p. 347, estate of William E Whelan. Will dated Philadelphia, 16 Oct 1836. William E Whelan, merchant of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, "anxious for the welfare of my dear children," requests brother John G Whelan and friend John Hazeltine to act as executors; names minor children Mary Eugenia Whelan and Henry Courtland [sic] Whelan, benefits to be evenly divided; property to be invested and each to receive support for living and education; then, at age twenty-one, Mary Eugenia to receive the interest on one half of the property, and Henry, at the same age, also to receive one half interest; Henry, at age twenty four, to receive the principal of his proportion of the property. In the event of the death of either Mary Eugenia (before age twenty one) or Henry (before the age of twenty four), the survivor to recive the deceased's share; in the event of the death of both before these ages, the interest is to be divided between the children of brother George L Eyre and the children of brother John G Whelan.
    Administration to John G Whelan, 25 Apr 1851; attestation to authenticity of signature by Frederick H French and Joseph E Smaltz, 25 Apr 1851.