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The Will of Samuel Appleton with remarks by one of the executors   By: (1766-1853)

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The Will of Samuel Appleton with remarks by one of the executors is a captivating account that delves into the life and legacy of a prominent figure in American history. Written by Samuel Appleton, who is also one of the executors of the will, this book offers a unique perspective on the fascinating world of Samuel Appleton.

Appleton beautifully weaves together a narrative that is part biography, part analysis of legal matters, and part reflection on personal experiences. The book opens with a concise yet comprehensive account of Samuel Appleton's life, allowing the reader to understand the context in which the will was created. This approach ensures that even those unfamiliar with Appleton can fully appreciate the significance of his decisions.

What sets this book apart is the insightful commentary provided by one of the executors of Appleton's will. With a deep knowledge of the subject matter, the executor expertly dissects each clause and provision, bringing clarity to legal intricacies that could easily confuse the layman. This adds an engaging layer of analysis to the book, making it an invaluable resource for anyone interested in estate planning or inheritance law.

Beyond the legal aspects, Appleton's personal stories shine through, adding warmth and depth to the narrative. The author masterfully intertwines anecdotes from Samuel Appleton's life with the provisions outlined in the will, evoking a sense of connection and familiarity with the subject matter. Readers will find themselves captivated by the human elements that underpin the legalities, fostering a deeper appreciation for the man behind the will.

The Will of Samuel Appleton with remarks by one of the executors is elegantly written, displaying a meticulous attention to detail and a clear passion for the subject matter. The prose flows effortlessly, taking the reader on a journey through the complexities of the will while effortlessly maintaining their interest. The inclusion of legal terminology is balanced with accessible explanations, ensuring that both legal professionals and laypeople find value in this book.

Though the title may not be particularly enticing, the content within is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Samuel Appleton's thoughtful reflections, combined with the executor's insightful commentary, make for an enriching reading experience. Whether you're interested in the legal intricacies of wills and estates or simply curious about the life of a significant historical figure, this book offers a compelling window into the world of Samuel Appleton.

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Samuel Appleton was born at New Ipswich, N.H., June 22, 1766, and died, without issue, at his residence in Boston, on Tuesday, July 12, 1853; having just entered on the eighty eighth year of his age.

In November, 1819, he married Mrs. Mary Gore, who was much younger than himself. This union has been marked, on his side, by the most unvarying confidence and sincere affection. He has ever found his own delight in gratifying each wish of his wife with an almost boundless indulgence. And she the brilliant and happy mistress of his hospitable mansion has been alike admirable, when presiding over its social circle, or its more public gayeties; and when, in its private recesses, she has devoted herself to what she has ever felt to be her highest duty and her chief privilege, that of guarding the declining years of her husband with the most kind and thoughtful care; cheering his pathway to the tomb by those considerate attentions, which, both in life and in death, he so gratefully appreciated and acknowledged.

On the last morning of his life, he enjoyed his usual health. During the day, however, he suffered pain and uneasiness, apparently the result of indigestion... Continue reading book >>

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