Person:Jan Laug (2)

m. 12 Sep 1805
  1. Mine Laug1807 - 1846
  2. Jan Laug1814 - 1872
m. 1854
Facts and Events
Name Jan Laug
Gender Male
Birth[1] 10 Dec 1814 Frensdorf, Nordhorn, Hannover, Preußen, Germany
Christening[1] 18 Dec 1814 Nordhorn, Hannover, Preußen, Germany
Marriage 1854 to Margaret Unkown
Death[4] 31 Dec 1872 Piqua, Miami, Ohio, United States
Burial[4] Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua, Miami, Ohio, United States
Probate? 5 Feb 1873 Piqua, Miami, Ohio, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 Compiler: Theodor Davina. Nordhorn Ev.-ref. Kirchspiel Index und Kirchenbuchtexte Taufen 1800 bis 1850. (1996).

    Record #7375, includes parents names.

  2.   His widow's obituary, in Piqua Daily Call..

    Monday December 21, 1891, states he died 19 years before.

  3.   Miami County Ohio Probate Court.

    File #5305.
    I, John Laug of the County of Miami, and State of Ohio, do make and publish this my last will & testament, in manner and form as follows – namely:

    First, it is my will that after my decease all of my just debts be paid out of the proceeds of my personal estate if the sum be sufficient for that purpose.

    Second, I give and bequeath to my wife, Margaret Laug, the whole balance of my personal estate after payment of debts if any such remainder there be.

    Third, I give and devise to my same wife all of my Real estate situated in Miami County Ohio, or elsewhere, including as well that which I may hereafter acquire as that now in my _________, and which may be mine at the time of my decease subject nevertheless to the following conditions – namely:

    First, - If __ be born of our marriage _______survives the period of my decease then the above devise shall be _____ only as for the life of my wife.

    Second, The above devise shall be effectual as to the life estate, only upon condition that my said wife shall maintain & provide for such _______ during such period as they shall require her _____, supervision, and maintenance.

    Third, Said devise shall not be effectual either as respcts an estate in fee or for life in the event of my said wife’s marrying after my decease.

    Provided, however, that if my said wife shall elect to take under this will in lieu of dower, according to the statue of such case made & provided and shall afterward marry, such marriage shall not exclude or debar her from such a proposition of my Real Estate & such interest therein as she would by this statute have been entitled to in case she had not elected to take under this will and I hereby direct that in such event my said wife shall enjoy for life one third part of the ___ and profits of all my said Real Estate, or such portion of said Real Estate as may be ____to her by ___ under a proceeding by my heirs at law analoguos to proceedings in _______.

    Fourth, In case there shall be ___born of our said marriage, I give & devise to Mary Bouke the daughter of my said wife by a former marriage an equal share with such ____ -- that is to say – such proposition as she would take if one of my heirs at law.
    In witness hereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal June 22, 1855.

  4. 4.0 4.1 Find a Grave.