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Cochran County Unclaimed Estates

Cochran County Unclaimed Estates

Unclaimed estates in Cochran County, Morton and Whiteface Texas have $16,746 due heirs and beneficiaries.

NOTE: This report is provided free with the sincere hope the rightful heirs will claim their inheritance. It is not an offer for housing or credit. The word estate as used here, refers to assets left by deceased people to their heirs and is not a reference to real estate. There is a link at the bottom where you can search by individual deceased name and file a claim for unclaimed property with the Texas Comptroller.

Estate of Glendean Young $10,340 Whiteface
Estate of C W Palmer $2,548 Morton
Estate of Dorothy Greer J $1,528 Morton
Estate of James Edwards Adams $670 Morton
Mary G Iglegias Estate $586 Whiteface
Estate of Hughel M Thomson $210 Morton
Estate of Marvin L Mcdaniel $207 Morton
Estate of Minnie Louise Obrien $136 Morton
Bill Quick Estate $117 Morton
Finis Jennings Estate $110 Morton
Estate of Minnie Louise Obrien $100 Morton
Judith Coleman Estate $80 Morton
Estate of Minnie Louise Obrien $56 Morton
Estate of Minnie Louise Obrien $32 Morton
Estate of Judit Coleman $26 Morton

This is a partial list showing only Cochran County unclaimed estates. To dig deeper -  See more sorted by city or Browse our list County by County

Texas has returned more than $3 billion in unclaimed property to its rightful owners. All money is held with the Texas Comptroller's office indefinitely until returned to the rightful owner.

 

Did You Find Money? Claim Your Family's Inheritance at Claim it Texas Texas' Official Unclaimed Property Site.

 

What Happens to Unclaimed Property Recovered from Abandoned Safety Deposit Boxes?

Texas sells rare coins, gold bullion, diamonds, fine jewelry and collectibles at public auction. Check out current unclaimed property auctions for Texas here.

 

 

Resources:

Texas Unclaimed Property a Division of the Texas Comptroller

Texas Unclaimed Property Auctions

Davick Services Facebook Page

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