PROBATE RECORD OF
ANDREW McMILLAN HALSEY - 1916
submitted by Barbara Clayton, Kingfisher, Oklahoma
PETITION FOR LETTERS OF
To the Honorable Robert F. SHUTLER, Judge of the County Court of the County of Kingfisher, State of Oklahoma.
The petition of Joseph H. HALSEY of Custer County, Oklahoma, respectfully shows:
That Andrew M. HALSEY died, intestate, on or about the 12th day of June 1916 in the Town of Sinton County of San Patricio and State of Texas.
That said deceased at the time of his death was a resident of the County of Kingfisher, and State of Oklahoma.
That said deceased left real estate in said Kingfisher County, and the value and character of said property, so far as known to your petitioner, are as follows, to-wit:
Lots Fifteen, (15), sixteen (16) and seventeen (17) in Block Ninety One (91) City of Kingfisher, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, same being improved rental residence property.
That the whole estate and effects for or in respect of which Letters of Administration are herby applied for, do not probably exceed the value of Five Thousand DOLLARS.
That the names, ages and residence of the heirs at law of the decedent, so far as known to your petitioner, are as follows:
Fannie E. BELL,
daughter, age 48 years, residence Eagle City, Oklahoma.
Minnie Adela SMITH, daughter, age 46 years, residence LaKemp, Oklahoma.
John M. HALSEY, son, age 44 years, residence Sinton, Texas.
Annie L. JONES, daughter, age 42 years, residence Lakemp, Oklahoma.
Burgess J. HALSEY, son, age 40 years, residence Grandview, Mo.
Nina E. YOUNT, daughter, age 37 years, residence Bridgeport, Oklahoma.
Joseph H. HALSEY, son, age,34 years, residence Moorewood, Oklahoma.
Rose PEDIGO, daughter, age 30 years, residence Bridgeport, Oklahoma.
Andrew F. HALSEY, son, age 25 years, residence Ashland, Kansas.
That due search and inquiry have been made to ascertain if said deceased left any will and testament, but none have been found, and according to the best knowledge, information and belief of your petitioner, said deceased died intestate.
That your petitioner is son of said deceased and therefore, as your petitioner is advised and believes entitled to Letters of Administration of said estate: That the other children of deceased hereby waive right to administer and request the appointment of Joseph H. HALSEY as such administrator.
Dated June 19, 1916 J. H. HALSEY