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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. d
Frederic Delano Will
Os Over $729,000
Is Filed for Probate
Frederic A. Delano, uncle of
the late President Franklin D.
Roosevelt, left an estate of more
than $729,000. a petition for pro
bate of his will, filed in the Reg
ister of Wills Office in the U. S.
District Court for the District
of Columbia, disclosed yesterday.
Mr. Delano, for many years a
leader in city planning, died
March 28 at the age of 89. He
was a former railroad executive
and was chairman of the old
National Capital Park and Plan
ning Commission.
Under terms of his will, the
bulk of his estate will be shared
by his only surviving daughter,
Mrs. Laura D. Houghteling of
2431 Kalorama road N.W., and
seven grandchildren.
Eleven Divisions.
After certain special bequests
are taken care of, the will in
structed that the residuary
estate be divided into eleven
Mrs. Houghteling is to receive
five-elevenths of the residue. An
other five-elevenths is to be
shared by six grandchildren, who
are the children of Mr. Delano's
deceased daughter, Mrs. Cath
erine D. Grant. The six are:
Alexander Galt Grant, jr„ of
Bedford Village, N. Y.; Frederic
Delano Grant of Weylin, Mass.;
John Grant of Fairmont,
W. Va.: Mrs. Anne Grant Mar
shall, wife of Randolph L. Mar
shall, living in Germany; Pat
rick Grant of Dedham, Mass.,
and Lt. Christopher Grant of
the Army Field Artillery, who is
on a Pacific assignment.
Another granddaughter, Mrs.
Matilda Delano Cheney Wise of
New York, who is a daughter of
Mr. Delano's deceased daughter,
Mrs. Louise Delano Cheney, is
to receive the remaining one
eleventh of the residuary estate.
Secretary Named.
Mr. Delano left his secretary,
Mrs. Helen Starr, now of Bel
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Houghteling, at her discretion,
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