New Hampshire Sentinel Feb 21, 1850
VERY SINGULAR - Some forty years since, the family of DR. DENORMANDIE, formerly of Attleborough, Bucks County, Pa., received a paper written in a language they did not understand. It was thought nothing of, except as a matter of curiosity, and remained among the family papers until lately, when it happened to be seen by some person who translated it, and behold! it proved to be a will leaving to the family an immense estate. DR. DENORMANDIE left three sons and perhaps other children. Two of his sons went to Kentucky about 1818, where one of them died; the other two, it is believed are still living. They were worthy men, and many friends will rejoice to learn that the long neglected bequest may yet be realised. - Philadelphia Sun.
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