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In re Estate of Miller

Supreme Court of Arizona

July 3, 1939

In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM CARROLL MILLER, Deceased;
v.
HENRY C. BEUMLER, Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM CARROLL MILLER, Deceased, Appellee ANDREA R. MILLER, Appellant,

APPEAL from an order of the Superior Court of the County of Cochise. John Wilson Ross, Judge. Reversed and remanded with directions.

Mrs. Laura F. Gilmore, for Appellant.

Mr. Elmer Graham, for Appellee.

OPINION

Page 336

[54 Ariz. 60] PER CURIAM.

This is an appeal from an order or decree denying a petition for the probate of a will, or paper offered as the will, of William Carroll Miller, deceased, and refusing to grant letters of administration with the will annexed to Andrea R. Miller, surviving widow. The paper so offered as a will is in words and figures as follows:

Douglas, Arizona

"June 10, 1932.

"Special Claims Commission

"Washington, D.C.

"Gentlemen:

"This is to certify that I have a claim against the Republic of Mexico for damages done to me by them.

"That I have no other attorney for this claim but C.V. Manatt.

"That no one is to receive payment on this claim but ANDREA R. MILLER, my legal wife and my heirs, FRANK R. ...


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