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Will of William Carlson
This is the last will and testament of me, William Carlson, made by me on this the 21st day of March A.D. 1926.
I revoke all former wills made by me.
I bequeath all my money which I may have at the time of my death to my wife, Annie Carlson, with the wish that, if any be left at her death it is to be divided between my son Victor and my daughter Mrs. Ida Taylor, with the view that my daughter is to get one hundred dollars in such division more than my son.
I bequeath all my furniture, goods and chattels
and all property whatsoever I possess to my wife for her life with
the sole exception
To my daughter, Mrs. Ida Taylor my house No. 10 Brazil Square my three storey house, Pleasant Street, & my double tenement house on Casey Street.
To my son Victor my house Number 13 Brazil
Square with furniture at present therein, my two storey house
on Pleasant Street, my
I appoint my wife Annie Carlson and Frederick Bursell of St. John’s Undertaker, executrix and executor respectively of this my will.
WILLIAM his X mark CARLSON.
Signed Published and Declared by the testator as and for his
last will in presence of us (by making his mark, it having been
first read over and explained to him in our presence) who in
his presence and in the presence of each other hereunto subscribe
our names as witnesses.
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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