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Will of Charlotte A. Collier
In the Supreme Court
In re Charlotte A. Collier
OATH OF EXECUTOR
Probate granted to Hugh A. Bastow
on the 21st . day of March
Value of Estate $ 1486.74
TO THE HONOURABLE THE SUPREME COURT OF NEWFOUNDLAND OR TO ONE OF THE HONOURABLE THE JUDGES THEREOF.
THE PETITION of Hugh A. Bastow, of St. John's, in the Island Of Newfoundland, Accountant, by his Solicitors Pinsent & Pinsent, HUMBLY SHEWETH that:-
4. Neither Letters of Probate to any Will nor of Administration to the estate and effects of the said deceased have been granted out of this Honourable Court to anyone (initials RJK in left margin).
therefore, prays that this Honourable Court or Your Lordship may be pleased
to grant to him Letters of Probate to the last Will and Testament of the said
PINSENT & PINSENT
Written in the left margin,
WH Horwood?/ C/
THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me CHARLOTTE A. COLLIER , of St. John's , in the Island of Newfoundland , Widow.
FIRST – I revoke all former Wills and Testamentary dispositions by me at any time made and I appoint my son-in-law, Hugh A. Bastow, the Executor of this my Will.
SECOND – I give, devise and bequeath the following bequests, namely:-
THIRD – All the rest, residue and remainder of my Estate of whatsoever nature and wheresoever situate I give, devise and bequeath as follows:- One-half to my said daughter, Mabel, and the remaining one-half to be divided equally between the following, namely:- Ruth Bastow, Eileen Bastow, Gordon Bastow, Gerald Bastow, Douglas Bastow, David Bastow, Gladys Grant and my Great-Grandson, John Grant, Junior.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand at St. John's , this 16th day of September, Anno Domini One thousand Nine hundred and Forty-one.
|SIGNED by the Testatrix as and )
||Charlotte A. Collier LS|
|for her last Will and Testament )
in our presence, who in her pres- )
ence, and in the presence of each )
other, have hereunto subscribed )
our names as witnesses. )
Mary E Rumsey LS
E.S. Pinsent LS
Note: Charlotte Augusta Wilkie was my maternal great grandmother. She was the last child and youngest daughter of Thomas Wilkie (gunsmith) and his wife Charlotte Leicester. Thomas Wilkie, father of Thomas Wilkie was a sergeant in the "Royal Victoria Regiment" and "Royal Newfoundland Regiment" and lived in St. John's between 1812 and 1826. His occupation was an armourer.
Charlotte Wilkie married Samuel George Carnell Collier, son of Charles Frederick Collier, a sailmaker from Dartmouth and Sarah Anne Carnell. Sarah Carnell was the daughter of John Carnell, a master wheelwright from Torquay, Devon and Hannah Gill Harris of St. John's.
Charlotte and Samuel had a son John Frederick (d. 1909) and two daughters Laura Wilkie (d. 1933) and Charlotte Mabel (d. 1956). Two earlier daughters died young.
Laura Wilkie Collier married Frederick Charles Grant. They had a daughter Gladys G Grant and son John Frederick Collier Grant.
Hugh Bastow married daughter Charlotte Mabel Collier. They had two daughters and four sons as named in the will. Hugh and Mabel were my maternal grandparents.
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