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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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Montgomery County Law Reporter, Volumen36

Freeland Gotwalts Hobson, John Weiler Bickel, Abraham Hunsicker Hendricks, Albert Rosenberger Place - 1920
...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...degree, and yet 'the solid power of the understanding' remain1 Van Alst v. Hunter, 5 Johns, Ch. 148, "Wilson v. Mitchell, 101 Pa. 495, 502." A will duly executed...
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The Southern Reporter, Volumen1

1887
...Says Chancellor KENT : "The want of the 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." Van Alst v. Planter, 5 Johns. Ch. 148; Stevens v. Vancleve, supra; 1 Jarm. Wills,...
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Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Volumen35

1888
...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...understanding' remain: Van Alst v. Hunter, 5 Johns. Ch., 148." " Very often a disposing mind needs very little power of reflection because it has very little to reflect...
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Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Volumen30

1883
...failure may exist to a very great degree, and % yet the solid power of the understanding remain: Van AM v. Hunter, 5 Johns. Ch., 148. A careful examination...his condition about the time of the execution of the will, reveals no sufficient evidence of testamentary incapacity to warrant its finding against the...
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Pittsburgh Legal Journal, Volumen36

1889
...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...'the solid power of the understanding' remain : Van AM v. Hunter, 5 Johns. Ch., 148,' 'Very often a disposing mind needs very little power of reflection...
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