Will of a Titanic Victim Filed

New York Times

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EAST ORANGE, N. J., April 27--- The will of W. Anderson Walker, which, was flied to-day by his widow, Mrs. Frances Moorehouse Walker, is believed to be the first one of a Titanic victim offered for probate. Walker was Master of Hope Lodge, F. and A. M., of East Orange. A memorial service will be held Wednesday night to his memory by the lodge. He was a native of England. His only surviving relative besides Mrs. Walker, is a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth L. Allen of Cambridge, England. All his estate is left to the widow.

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