Mary Savage: Slatter, Son and More, solicitors, Stratford-upon-Avon
6 April 1900 Probate of the will (29 Dec 1893) of Ann Elton, No. 35 Ryland Street, spinster, bequeathing revenue from real estate to her sister Mary Savage for life and then, if he survives her, 5 shillings per week to her husband James Savage. Residue of income equally to nephews and nieces. After death of both Mary and James houses to nephews and nieces, viz: - 33 Ryland Street to Harriett White. - 34 Ryland Street to Jane Rachel Smith. - 2 houses at Grafton to Anne Meeks and Tom Watkins Savage. - 2 houses at Wixford to Walter Savage and Frederick Savage. Executors: William White and James Andrew Smith. 26 May 1900 Letters of Administration in re estate of Mary Savage, Stratford-upon-Avon, widow, who died intestate, 3 February 1900, granted to her daughter Harriett White, wife of William. 6 September 1900 Corrective affidavit re amount of Estate Duty paid in re Mary Savage, made by Harriett White. 5 December 1900 Corrective affidavit re estate duty paid in re Anne Elton, made by William White, Bridge Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, saddler and James Andrew Smith, Clock House, Fazakerley near Liverpool, farm manager. 24 September 1900 Release by Walter Savage, Wolverhampton, engine driver, Frederick Savage, Nuneaton, joiner, Tom Watkins Savage, Small Heath, Birmingham, railway guard, Harriet White, wife of William, Jane Rachel Smith, wife of James Andrew, Anne Meeks wife of William, Solihull, to William White, Bridge Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, sadler, James Andrew Smith, Fazakerley, farm manager and Harriet White wife of William, the executors of Anne Elton and administratrix of Mary Savage, of legacies under the will of Anne Elton upon death of Mary Savage.