January 8, 1963
IN RE ZELOFF ESTATE.
Appeal, No. 354, Jan. T., 1962, from decree of Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County, No. 3297 of 1961, in re estate of Steve Zeloff, also known as Steve Zeleff. Decree affirmed.
Charles Lowenthal, for appellant.
Nochem S. Winnet, with him Arthur M. Soll, and Fox, Rothschild, O'Brien & Frankel, for appellee.
Before Bell, C.j., Musmanno, Jones, Cohen, Eagen, O'brien and Keim, JJ.
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OPINION PER CURIAM
This is an appeal from a decree of the orphans' court. The hearing judge sustained a probated will and incorporated certain findings in his decree. The judge found that the contested will was executed by the testator, that at the time of execution he was of sound mind, and that the will was not procured by fraud, duress or undue influence. There was ample evidence to support the findings and conclusions of the hearing judge, which were affirmed by the orphans' court, and there was no error of law.
Decree affirmed. Costs on appellant.
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