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A Collection of Newfoundland Wills
Lucy Currie


Will of Lucy Currie
from Newfoundland will books volume 10 pages 330-331 probate year 1915

In re
      LUCY CURRIE       deceased.

      The last will and testament of me Lucy Currie     I Lucy Currie of Brittannia Smith Sound Trinity Bay Newfoundland being in my right mind and of sound judgment do hereby make my last will and testament.
      I. To my granddaughter Lucy Currie (daughter of Charles and Sarah Currie) I give and bequeath my bed-bedstead one wool blanket one cotton blanket one quilt and my looking glass.
      II To my granddaughter Lucy Currie daughter of Fenwick and Isabella Currie, I give and bequeath my mattress, two blankets and one quilt.
      III To my daughter in law Isabella Currie I give and bequeath my chest of drawers provided that my son Fenwick and my daughter in law Isabella aforesaid care for me untill my death.    But should I die elsewhere then my chest of drawers must go to the person who cares for me untill my death.
      IV     My Trunk I give and bequeath to my grand daughter Nellie Currie daughter of Moses and Sadie Currie.    I also give and bequeath to Nellie Currie aforesaid one of two small gold chains which will be found in my bedroom when I die.
      V. My pillows and one wool blanket and my toilet set I give and bequeath to my grandson Peirce Currie son of Thomas and Emeline Currie.
      VI My bedroom chair and plaid shawl I give and bequeath to my daughter in law Emeline wife of Thomas Currie.
      VII My Silver Teapot I give and bequeath to my daughter Annie Ellen Pelley.    My best Black Dress and waist I give and bequeath to my niece Edith Ellis of Georges Brook.
      VIII    To my niece Annie Adams of Milton I give and bequeath one of the two gold chains I leave in my trunk-     To all of which I hereby set my hand and seal. this 26th day of September 1914.    Signed Lucy Currie (LS)     Witness John Leawood    Kenneth Leawood.

      Codicil. To my sons Charles Currie Moses Currie Allan Currie David A. Currie Thomas L. Currie and Fenwick Currie and my daughter Annie Ellen Pelley I give and bequeath the amount of money standing to my credit in the Bank of Montreal at St. John’s at the date of my death share and share alike    I hereby appoint my son Thomas Currie my sole executor     Signed this 26 day of Sept 1914 Lucy Currie     Witness John Leawood    Kenneth Leawood

(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
Sept 7/15
Septr 12/15
granted to
Mr. Thos. Currie
Estate sworn
at $200.00



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