RELATIVE AT HALIFAX TO CLAIM THE BODY
Through Attorneys Gaskill & Gaskill the will of Frederick Sutton, a former resident of Haddonfield, who was one of the victims of the Titanic disaster, was offered for probate to-day by Surrogate Reeves. The executors named are Asa G. Wing, of the Provident Life and Trust Company, of Philadelphia, and Americus R. Underdown, of Haddonfield.
As soon as the will was probated Attorney Gaskill & Gaskill had the Surrogate telegraph the Consul General at Halifax that he had admitted the will of Frederick Sutton and that the executors would claim the body and the personal effects found on Mr. Sutton.
The telegram was followed by a second message to the Consul General from the executors stating that Dr. Frederick Tomlin, Mr. Sutton's son-in-law, was is at Halifax, was authorized to take the body and personal effects he being the personal representative of the executors.
The estate is said to be worth $50,000 and upwards. Of this the wife is to receive a two-thirds life interest and the residence and furniture at the Haddonfield home. A daughter, Mrs. Tomlin, is given the remaining one-third during her life time and on the decease of both the estate reverts to the children of Mrs. Tomlin.