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" The failure of memory is not sufficient to create incapacity unless it be total, or extend to the immediate family or property. The want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of the decay of the memory ; but this failure may exist to... "
Weekly Notes of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ... - Página 441
1883
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Commentaries on American Law, Volumen4

James Kent - 1884
...Code, 6. 24. 14, and n. 55. The want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of a decay of the memory, but this failure may exist to a very great degree, and yet " the solid power of understanding " remain. The rule on the subject is, that sanity U to be presumed, and he who [ 586...
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The Lehigh Valley Law Reporter

Pennsylvania - 1887
...recollection of names is one of the earliest . symploins of the decay of the memory : but this failure mav exist to a very great degree and yet 'the solid power of the understanding remain.''' Turning now to the evidence we find that the paper purporting to hi' the last will of decedent was...
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Libro 6

1890
...inference can be drawn unfavorable to proponents. Cornwell v. Hiker, 2 Dem. 3«6. The want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of the decay...yet "the solid power of the understanding" remain. Wilson v. Mitchell, 101 Pa. 503. The will of an aged man ought to be regarded with great tenderness,...
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Cases in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania: Being Reports of All ..., Volumen2

Pennsylvania. Supreme Court - 1891
...incapacity, unless it be total, or extend to the immediate family or property. The want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of the decay of the memory ; but this failure may exist in a very great degree, and yet ' the Opinion of the Court below. solid power of the understanding"...
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A Treatise on the Law of Executors and Administrators, Volumen1

Sir Edward Vaughan Williams - 1895
...458 ; Mairs e. Freeman, 3 Redf. 181, 207 ; Nicholas r. Kershner, 20 \V. Va. 251. Want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of the decay of memory. Van Alst r. Hunter, ubi supra. The memory i* the first faculty to wane in the progress of age....
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Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Volumen44

1897
...incapacity unless it be total, or extend to his immediate family or property. The want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of the decay of memory." A testator "may not be able at all times to recollect the names, the persons, or the families...
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The Miscellaneous Reports: Cases Decided in the Inferior Courts ..., Volumen26

1899
...remains. Failure to remember names or incidental and unimportant events may, perhaps, indicate decay of memory, but this failure may exist to a very great degree, and yet the " solid power of understanding " remain. Van Alst v. Hunter, 5 Johns. Ch., at p. 161. To affect a deed at common law,...
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Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Volumen50

1903
...incapacity unless it be total, or extend to his immediate family or property. The want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of the decay...yet the solid power of the understanding remain." , That this decedent was an inmate of the insane department of St. Francis Hospital a year prior to...
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Ohio Circuit Court Reports: New Series, Volumen4

Ohio. Circuit Court - 1904
...incapacity, unless it be total, or extend to his immediate family or property. The want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of the decay...yet 'the solid power of the understanding' remain." On page 504, in the same case, this language is used, speaking of the testator : "The general character...
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Modes or acquiring title to real property

Raleigh C. Minor - 1908
...Dec. 732; Potts v. House, 6 Ga. 324, 50 Am. Dec. capacity to make a will. The want of recollection of names is one of the earliest symptoms of the decay of memory from old age ; but it does not create a testamentary incapacity unless it be quite total, or...
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