or descendants, to import a dying without children, issue &c at time of death -- If neededthere, needed here --
Rules of construction
The will is to be construed as a whole and reconciled where reconcilable. The old rule is expanded that the first clause in a deed & the last in a will prevailed. The general intent shall prevail over a special
2[nd]. Iarman on Wills 425 & note
Here the general intent is provision for children balance of real estate to be sold and paid over at 21 years. Amos L was 21, when personalty once vests -- nothing divests.
No trustee is appointed for Amos L Dell, he was to be paid at 21 -- the legal estate vested in him.
7[th] Cowan 187
[?] on Trustees 12.
Hill on Trustees 63.
A Proviso to an absolute [?] [?] such as that the first taker shall not alien, or that estate shall not be