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Docket Number. 19E0087 To Heirs of the late Ernst Herne Pierre

SUFFOLK ss. Docket Number. 19E0087

To Heirs of the late Ernst Herne Pierre of 58 Brunswick Street, Boston Ma 02121 in said County of Suffolk and to all other interested persons

A petition has been presented to the Probate and Family Court of Suffolk County in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by, Jean and Jeremy Marcelin of 137-139 Fuller Street, Boston Ma 02124, representing that they, hold as Tenants in common an undivided 50% share of certain land lying, 137-139 Fuller Street, Boston, Ma in said County described as The property located at 137-139 Fuller Street in Dorchester (Boston), Suffolk County, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, recorded at Suffolk Registry of Deeds at Book 25169, Page 68, containing a cerain parcel of land with the buildings thereon situation in that part of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, called Dorchester, being Lot 43 on Fuller Street as shown on “Plan of House” Lots in Dorchester, belonging to Charles S. Bird, dated May 30, 1902, Charles Baxter, Civil Engineer”, recorded with Suffolk Deeds, Book 3820, Page 621, and Bounded and described as follows:

SOUTHERLY: by Fuller Street fifty (50) feet;
WESTERLY: by lot 44 on said plan eighty-five (85) feet;
NORTHERLY: by lot 33 on said plan fifty (50) feet; and
EASTERLY: by lot 42 on said plan eighty-five (85) feet.

Setting forth that they desire that all of the following described part of said land may be sold at private sale for not less that $625,000.00 praying that the partition may be made of all the land aforesaid according to law and to that end that a commissioner be appointed to make such partition and be ordered to make sale and conveyance of all, or any part of said land which the court finds cannot be advantageously divided either at private sale or public auction and be ordered to distribute the net proceeds thereof.

If you desire to object thereto you or your attorney should file a written appearance in said Court at Boston before ten o’clock in the forenoon on the 17th day of October, 2019, the return day of this citation.

Witness, Brian J. Dunn, Esquire, First Judge of said Court, this 23rd of September, 2019.

Felix D. Arroyo, Register

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