A family settlement between Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy and...

The Christian Science Monitor

A family settlement between Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy and George W. Glover (a son) and Ebenezer J. Foster Eddy (an adopted son), has been concluded and the deeds evidencing the terms of said settlement have been duly executed and delivered. Under these settlement arrangements and the trust heretofore established by Mrs. Eddy, George W. Glover and his family receive the sum of $245,000, and Ebenezer J. Foster Eddy the sum of $45,000.

On Feb. 25, 1907, Mrs. Eddy conveyed to Frank S. Streeter, Archibald McLellan, and Irving C. Tomlinson, $125,000 in trust for her son George and his family, which these trustees now hold. To that trust fund of $125,000 is now added $50,000 of the present payment to George W. Glover, making the total amount held by said trustees the sum of $175,000, which, added to the balance of the moneys now paid, make $245,000 either paid to Glover or set apart in trust for the benefit of himself and his family.

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