New York Times

Brother and Sister of George Rosenshine Start Contest
The validity of the will of George Rosenshine, a retired wholesale dealer in feathers and flowers, who perished on the Titanic, is being contested by his brother, Max Rosenshine, of 235 West 108th Stree,t [sic] and his sister, Betsy Frank, of 180th Street and Fort Washington Avenue. The bulk of the estate, which is said to amount to about $250,000, is left to Albert A. Rosenshine, a brother and the administrator, who lives at the Ansonia Hotel. The three brothers were in the same business and all had retired.

The contestants assert that undue influence was exerted over the testator and that the will, which was probated May 14, was not his last.

The other beneficiaries under this will are Harold Frank, Jeannette Frank, Viola Frank, Miriam Frank, Adelaide Frank, $1,000 each; Mount Sinai Hospital, Hebrew Benevolent Orphan Asylum, and Montefiore Home, $150 each.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) FIGHT TITANIC VICTIM'S WILL (New York Times, Thursday 23rd May 1912, ref: #3582, published 26 August 2004, generated 13th April 2021 12:57:11 PM); URL :