[Last Will and Testament of Daniel Webster Kempner]

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Last will and testament of Daniel Webster Kempner. He instructs the executors of his will to sell a number of his shares in the H. Kempner trust, in order to pay for incidentals and debts that might occur as a result of his death; to give a number of shares in three trusts/companies to his daughter Mary Jeane Kempner, to help pay for her son, Daniel Kempner Thorne's education; to not hold his daughter accountable for any sums of money he loaned her during his life; to give his shares in Sugarland Industries and the Imperial Sugar Company to the ... continued below

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[5] p. ; 35 x 21 cm.

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Kempner, Daniel Webster February 1, 1956.

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Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund

The Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund started in 1946 when family members created the Galveston Fund. Today, the Fund’s board consists of nine family members along with two outside directors; they meet twice a year. The focus continues to be on Galveston Island with 95% of grant funds distributed in the area.

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Last will and testament of Daniel Webster Kempner. He instructs the executors of his will to sell a number of his shares in the H. Kempner trust, in order to pay for incidentals and debts that might occur as a result of his death; to give a number of shares in three trusts/companies to his daughter Mary Jeane Kempner, to help pay for her son, Daniel Kempner Thorne's education; to not hold his daughter accountable for any sums of money he loaned her during his life; to give his shares in Sugarland Industries and the Imperial Sugar Company to the Harris and Eliza Kempner Trust; and the rest of his estate to his wife and daughter.

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[5] p. ; 35 x 21 cm.

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Private Papers of Daniel Kempner Thorne

Family papers from the first and second generation of the influential Kempner Family of Galveston.

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Kempner, Daniel Webster. [Last Will and Testament of Daniel Webster Kempner], legal document, February 1, 1956; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth836164/: accessed November 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harris and Eliza Kempner Fund.