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Will of Philip Cole
This will is also recorded, with the addition of comments in the
margin, in volume 8 page 99 probate year 1906.
I hereby leave to my wife Elizabeth Cole my dwelling house situated on
Dunford Street & also all furniture & cooking utensils while she
remains a widow & iff she don't marry untill after her death when my
said dwelling house shall be equally divided between my two sons John
Cole & Uriah
Cole & also said furniture & cooking utensils I also request that
my two sons John Cole & Uriah Cole shall support & cloth my wife
Elizabeth Cole to her death & also my daughter Susannah
such time as said Susannah Cole may marry I request that my two sons John
Cole & Uriah Cole shall pay ground rent & insurance on said house
while in possession of said Elizabeth Cole. Ground situated by Whiteways
Pond, Torbay I leave to my wife Elizabeth Cole to do has she sees fit with
it. Philip his x mark Cole
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