Two German Hospitals in Brooklyn receive bequests and other charities are remembered in the will of Mrs. Anna M. BRAASCH, which was filed to-day. Mrs. BRAASCH died at her residence, 727 Bedford avenue, on May 23.The estate is estimated at about $44,000. The Deutscher Hospital Association, St. Nicholas avenue, and the German Evangelical Aid Society each receive legacies of $5,000 to establish a bed in memory of the testator and her first husband John G. GOTZE.The Orphan Asylum Society of the Reformed Church in Brooklyn and New York receives $ 1,000 and a bequest of $500 is made to the Ladies Aid Society, 81 Christopher street, Manhattan.The residue of the estate, after a number of cash bequests goes to the Wartburg Orphan Farm School, Mt. Vernon, of the Lutheran Church, and all of the testator's real property in the township of Koehlen, Prussia is bequeathed to the township to aid the poor and orphaned of the locality. Cash bequests to relatives are $500 to the testator's husband William C.BRAASCH, and to the children collectively of each Carston GOTZE, William GOTZE, Heinrich GOTZE, August GOTZE, Hein HILLEBRANDT, Henry HILLEBRANDT, Anna C. GOTTGEN, and John H. HILLEBRANDT and of the testator's husband, William C.F. BRAASCH. Appeared in the June 22, 1918 Brooklyn Standard Union. I am note related.