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and the two plaintiffs in the first of the foregoing causes, to wit, M. W. and W. R. Fourquerean, and received their shares of the said devise and bequest; and that by the death of the said Daniel W. and Lucy W. Fourquerean, their father and said guardian, the said W. T. Fourquerean inherited their shares of the said property, and in his lifetime by deed of trust on his real estate secured the shares of the said M. W. and W. R. Fourquerean, which are reported as debts of the second clause in the report of the Comr A. R. Green filed in the second of the foregoing causes on the 2nd of April 1882, and that such security is ample for the payment of the same, the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that the said M. W. Fourquerean and W. R. Fourquerean are alone entitled to receive moneys due on the two debts so secured, and that the other children of Eliza E. Fourquerean bare no interest therein. And the Court being further opinion that in view of the [constinction?] aforesaid placed on the will of Lucy Boxley and the facts above recited, it is unnecessary to proceed further in the first of the aforesaid cause, doth adjudge, order and decree in
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and the two plaintiffs in the first of the foregoing causes, to wit, M. W. and W. R. Fourquerean, and received their shares of the said devise and bequest; and that by the death of the said Daniel W. and Lucy W. Fourquerean, their father and said guardian, the said W. T. Fourquerean inherited their shares of the said property, and in his lifetime by deed of trust on his real estate secured the shares of the said M. W. and W. R. Fourquerean, which are reported as debts of the second clause in the report of the Comr A. R. Green filed in the second of the foregoing causes on the 2nd of April 1882, and that such security is ample for the payment of the same, the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that the said M. W. Fourquerean and W. R. Fourquerean are alone entitled to receive moneys due on the two debts so secured, and that the other children of Eliza E. Fourquerean bare no interest therein. And the Court being further of opinion that in view of the constriction aforesaid placed on the will of Lucy Boxley and the facts above recited, it is unnecessary to proceed further in the first of the aforesaid cause, doth adjudge, order and decree in

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and the two plaintiffs in the first of the foregoing causes, to wit, M. W. and W. R. Fourquerean, and received their shares of the said devise and bequest; and that by the death of the said Daniel W. and Lucy W. Fourquerean, their father and said guardian, the said W. T. Fourquerean inherited their shares of the said property, and in his lifetime by deed of trust on his real estate secured the shares of the said M. W. and W. R. Fourquerean, which are reported as debts of the second clause in the report of the Comr A. R. Green filed in the second of the foregoing causes on the 2nd of April 1882, and that such security is ample for the payment of the same, the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that the said M. W. Fourquerean and W. R. Fourquerean are alone entitled to receive moneys due on the two debts so secured, and that the other children of Eliza E. Fourquerean bare no interest therein. And the Court being further of opinion that in view of the constriction aforesaid placed on the will of Lucy Boxley and the facts above recited, it is unnecessary to proceed further in the first of the aforesaid cause, doth adjudge, order and decree in