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Vol. 18, Page 92
In the name of God. Amen. The 10th day of January 1820.
I do order give and dispose of the same in manner and form following that is to say first I give and bequeath to my beloved son John Quilty all my room and plantation and fishing room house and gardens that is to say all that I do posses within and without of doorsand that I now doth possess after my decease wherein we have set our hand and seals the day and date above mentioned in the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third King of Great Britain and Ireland.
Measurement of John Quilty's room and fishing plantation left him by his father's will late of Bread and Cheese Cove in Spaniard's Bay in the Bay of Conception, Newfoundland viz - from East to West is two hundred & sixteen yards and from North to South one hundred and eighty yards bound on the west by Thomas Bryant's room, on the East by James Morrissey's room, on the North by the woods and on the south by the salt water.
The said premises being duly and fully bequeathed and left him by his late father Nicholas Quilty as appears by a will bearing date the tenth day of January 1820.
Sworn and subscribed to before me the 26th day of September at Hr. Grace 1825
The foregoing is a true copy taken from the original instrument of writing exhibited for enrolment on the 26th day of September 1825, thus done at the request of John Quilty this fifteenth day of September one thousand eight hundred and twenty five being duly examined by me.
By order of the Surrogate
This page contributed by Barbara McGrath& transcribed by Ivy F. Benoit
REVISED BY: Ivy F. Benoit March 12, 2002
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