Appeal, No. 295, Jan. T., 1956, from order of Orphans' Court of Cumberland County, Oct. T., 1953, No. 12, in re estate of Irene W. Conlin, deceased. Order reversed.
Thomas J. Donnelly, with him Tom H. Bietsch, Harold S. Irwin, Sr., Fred C. Houston, Jr., and Houston & Houston, for appellant.
Hermas L. Weary, with him Weary, Hess & Humer, for appellee.
Before Jones, C.j., Bell, Chidsey, Musmanno, Arnold, Jones and Cohen, JJ.
OPINION BY MR. JUSTICE BELL
The question involved may be thus stated: What is the meaning of the words "share equally in money", considered in connection with the entire will and the circumstances surrounding testatrix when she made it?
Mrs. Conlin committed suicide on November 9, 1952, thirteen days after the death of her husband. She left the following very unusual handwritten document dated November 4, 1952, signed at the end thereof "Irene W. Conlin":
Trinity Luthern Church, Camp Hill, Pa.
If any are deceased it does not go to ...