"A person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another."
The subject today is the list of heirs-at-law to the estate of Alvina Matilda (Bradley) (Lewis) Seaver, the third wife and widow of Isaac Seaver (1823-1901). I posted the will transcription in Amanuensis Monday - the Will of Alvina Seaver (1848-1923), and the codicil transcription in Amanuensis Monday - the Codicil of Alvina M. Seaver.
Alvina (Bradley) (Lewis) Seaver died in Clinton, Massachusetts on 20 April 1923, testate, and her probate papers are in Worcester County Probate Records, Probate Packet B-80132 (accessed and copied at Worcester County, Massachusetts Court House in 1991). The petition to approve the will and codicil, which includes a list of heirs-at-law, (typewritten entries underlined, handwritten portions in italics) is: