Henry Shaw's Will Establishing the Missouri Botanical Garden: Admitted to Probate at St. Louis, Missouri, September 2, 1889 ; Also Act of General Assembly of Missouri, Approved March 14, 1859 and Deed of Henry Shaw to Washington University, October 14, 1885
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aforesaid alley appoint approval Avenue Block one hundred bounded north City of St common connected containing convey Court death deceased deed described devise and bequeath Director dollars east east by Second eighty established feet in depth feet in front fifty five flowers forever four fund further give and bequeath ground with improvements Henry Shaw hereby devise hereby give hold Hoole hundred and twenty improvements thereon income institution instruction interest late leased lot of ground maintenance Missouri Botanical Garden Morisse museum necessary ninety objects person plants portion Probate real estate Rebecca Edom Recorder residence road School of Botany Science seal Second Street Seventh Street side sister sixty St Charles Street St Louis successors testament thereon in Block thirty thousand tion tract of land Trustees twenty Washington University
Side 32 - On this day of 19 .... before me personally appeared , to me known to be the person described in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged that he executed the same as his free act and deed.
Side 26 - CITY OF ST. Louis. ) I, Wm. E. Wagner, Clerk of the Probate Court within and for the City of St. Louis aforesaid, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a true and complete copy of the last Will and Testament of HENRY SHAW, deceased, and of the probate thereof, and of the order of said Court approving said probate, as fully as the same respectively remain on file and appear of record in my said office. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereto set OF THE PROBATE my hand utul affix tho seal of said 14th day of...
Side 1 - Illinois, do make, publish, and declare this, as and for my Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.
Side 24 - Signed, sealed, published, declared, and delivered, by the said Samuel Johnson, as, and for a Codicil to his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us, who, in his presence, and at his request, and also in the presence of each other, have hereto subscribed our names as witnesses. 'JOHN COPLEY. 'WILLIAM GIBSON. 'HENRY COLE: Upon these testamentary deeds it is proper to make a few observations.
Side 3 - ... of having for the use of the public a botanical garden, easily Accessible, which should be forever kept up and maintained for the cultivation and propagation of plants, flowers, fruit and forest trees, and other productions of the vegetable kingdom ; and a museum and library connected therewith, and devoted to the same and to the science of botany, horticulture and allied objects.
Side 9 - Third. I hereby empower the trustees of the Missouri Botanical Garden to allot, If they think it expedient, from time to time, any of the income not needed for the development and maintenance of the said garden to the augmentation to the means and appliances of instruction...
Side 25 - In testimony whereof I hereto set my hand and affix the seal of said court, at office in the City of St. Louis, the day and year last aforesaid." Wm. J. Hammond, Clerk "State of Missouri, County of St.
Side 1 - I make no money bequests to my nephews and niece which are mentioned in paragraph Fifth of my will as the real estate owned by me at the time of my death so bequeathed to them in equal shares is ample and sufficient.
Side 15 - Block 181 of saidCity to said Botanical garden, including my present City residence, corner of Locust and Seventh Streets, which said residence being built of good and durable materials, but unsuitable to its present locality ; it is my desire that when deemed advisable by the Trustees of said Missouri Botanical Garden to have the said residence carefully taken down and rebuilt on Tower Grove Avenue in some convenient situation in contiguity to said Botanical Garden : and for the said removal and...