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Estate Files Index
1893 Probate Year
from "A to Fol"
Estate Files contain information for people who died intestate
and a surviving relative petitioned the Supreme Court of Newfoundland.
This index transcribed from the LDS FHL Microfilm 2057390
Do not treat the data presented here as a primary source of information for your research.
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(Note: Highlighted Surnames are Links to Transcriptions)
|NAME OF DECEASED||DIED||OTHER INFOMATION|
|ANTLE||Charles||Nov 18,1892||of Tilt Cove, wife Caroline|
|ANTLE||John||Aug 26, 1893||of Brigus, fisherman, niece Belinda PEARCEY, no other next of kin|
|ASHBURNE||Thomas||Dec., 1892||of Twillingate, planter, wife Mary|
|AUSTIN||Henry Edwin||Dec.21, 1892||of Heartís Content, telegraph operator, wife Marie Aline AUSTIN|
|BEMISTER||John||Dec. 19, 1892||of Hr. Grace, sheriff, daughter Julia CHANCEY, will dated Oct 1892.|
|BLACKLER||Samuel||Sept 8, 1893 intestate||of Fogo, carpenter, wife Susannah|
|BOYD||John||June 30, 1850||of St. Johnís, gentleman, wife Mary, daughters Ann PIERSON and Margaret BAIRD (widow of late David BAIRD)|
|BRENNAN||John||Jan 20, 1880||of St. Johnís, laborer, Petitioner was Johanna RAFTUS of St. Johnís (wife of James). Johanna said she was the sole next of kin.|
|BRENOCK||John||May 1893||of Petty Hr. Road, farmer, granddaughter Mary Elizabeth BRENOCK|
|BROWNING||William BOYD||died April 11, 1893||of St. Johnís, (late of New York) merchant, mother Elizabeth BROWNING|
|BUFFETT||Snook||March 28, 1893||of Rose Blanche, fisherman, drowned in the mouth of the harbor of Rose Blanche March 28, 1893, wife Hannah,|
|BUFFETT||William||March 28, 1893||of Rose Blanche, fisherman, drowned in the mouth of the harbor of Rose Blanche March 28, 1893, father Thomas BUFFETT,|
|CADWELL||William||about 1835||of St. Johnís, sailmaker, died about 1835, daughter Louisa, age 70, (widow of Richard MATIN??). Thomas FRENCH of Mortonís Harbor wrote a petition and he said he was the son of Jane FRENCH, (wife of William, deceased). Jane was one of the daughters of William CADWELL. Robert WEATHERDON also wrote a letter of petition.|
|CAMPBELL||Elizabeth||Jan 15, 1892||of St. Johnís, spinster, mother Mary CAMPBELL|
|CAMPBELL||Neil||July 10, 1891 intestate||of St. Johnís, accountant, wife Mary|
|CANNING||William S.||Feb 1 1893||of St. Johnís, wife Louisa, children May, Alfred, William|
|CARNELL||John T.||of St. Johnís, carriage builder, wife Elizabeth Rixon CARNELL|
|CASHIN||Lawrence||Nov 7, 1893||of St. Johnís, nephew Ignatius COLLINS, niece Joanna (widow of Joseph CORBILL)|
|CHALKER||John||March 11, 1893||of Brigus, Coaster, wife Selina P. CHALKER|
|CHEAYTOR/CHAYLOR||John||Apr 1892||of Chamberlains, son John CHAYLOR (two spellings)|
|CLARKE||William A||Nov 27, 1892||of Broad Cove, farmer, son William James CLARKE|
|CLIFT||James S.||July 16, 1877||of St. Johnís, merchant, son Shannon M. CLIFT, wife Jane Sydney CLIFT|
|COADY||James||January 2, 1893||of St. Johnís, fisherman, wife Margaret|
|COLLINS||William||July, 1876 intestate||of Old Perlican, planter, oldest son James, wife Theresa,|
|COWAN||Agnes||March 25, 1893||of St. Johnís, hospital matron, sisters Betsey COWAN and Mrs. Charles HAMLYN.|
|COWAN||Betsey||October 27, 1893||of St. Johnís, spinster, sister Jane HAMLYN|
|CASEY||John||May 1,1893||of St. Johnís, Commissioner of the Poor, wife Mary (This included a long will.)|
|COFFIN||John||October 10, 1893||of St. Johnís, storekeeper, wife Martha & 7 children: Alexander, Rhonda, John, Walter, Margaret, Phoebe and Robert,|
|COLLETT||James H.||1876||of St. Johnís, storekeeper, wife Maria, son Robert|
|CRIB||Joseph||Oct. 25, 1892||of Rose Blanche, master mariner, wife Naomi, seven children: Charlotte-15, Jacob Ė13, Veronica Maud? Ė 11, Anne Ė9, Theopholis John-6, Ethel Blanche-4, Augustus George Bayly- 9 months|
|DALEY||Simon||Jan 19, 1893||of Ragged Hr., fisherman, wife Ann, sons: John, Michael, Simon and Richard.|
|DELAHUNTY||Margaret||Apr. 20,1893 intestate||of St. Johnís, widow, husband died about 40 years ago, two of the 7 children are Catherine and Margaret (wife of James STEWART),|
|DEVEREAUX||Lawrence||January 8,1893||of Trepassey, planter, wife Ann, six children: Richard, Laurence D., John, Ellen (wife of William CURTIS), Bessie (wife of James MADDLETON? or WADDLETON?), and Bridget (wife of Richard HARTENY? HARTERY?)|
|DRYER||Mary Ann||Dec. 12, 1881||of St. Johnís, widow, son Henry B. DRYER,|
|DUCHEMIN||James L.||March 26, 1893||of St. Johnís, block manufacturer, wife Mary Joseph DUCHEMIN, 7 children.|
|DUFFETT||John||March 5, 1892||of St. Johnís, storekeeper, wife died two years ago, children: Ellen, Lizzie, and Frances.|
|DWYER||Peter||Feb. 18, 1893||of Hr. Grace, merchant, with a will. (Petition written by Richard DWYER). Wife Bridget, son Richard, brothers-in-law Michael KEHOE and Thomas DALTON.|
|DAVIS||James||Jan 27, 1893||of Fox Hr., fisherman, wife Susannah, children John and Catherine|
|DWYER||Edward||about 1857||of Hr. Grace, fisherman died about 36 years ago (1857), son Peter|
|ELLARD||Edward||Sept 10, 1861||of St. Johnís, cooper, wife Ann, 5 children|
|FARDY||Patrick||about 1880||of St. Johnís, fisherman, died about 13 years ago (1880), wife Catherine, 3 daughters,|
|FINN||Patrick||Aug 16, 1879||of St. Johnís, dealer, wife Anastasia FINN, daughters Catherine CUMMINS, Mary FINN,|
|FISHER||Henry Sr.||Oct 1, 1889||of Bonavista, fisherman, son Henry|
|FLOOD||Juliana||April 10, 1877||of, St. Johnís, spinster, brother John FLOOD|
|FOLEY||Eliza||July 11, 1890||of St. Johnís, spinster, sister Martha P. (wife of Walter VEALE)|
|FOLEY||Luke||about 1859||of St. John's, carpenter, died 34 years ago (1859), son James, daughters Ellen and Elizabeth|
Page Transcribed by Colleen Haynes (April 2004)
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Wednesday February 20, 2013 AST)
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