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William Warren ???
Admn c/a granted to
June 14, 1881
Est. sworn under $1200.-
To the Honorable Robert John Pinsent W. C. L. Presiding Justice over the Supreme
Court on Circuit at Harbour Grace
That William Warren late of Harbour Grace Carpenter died at Harbour Grace
aforesaid the year Eighteen hundred and seventy six leaving a will which petitioner
is informed and believes is now in the hands of the Chief Clerk and Registrar
of this Honorable Court.
|Sworn before me|
|at Harbour Grace||Isaac Bartlett LS|
|this 10th day of|
|May A. D. 1881|
Lewis ? Emerson LS
Mrs. Mary Warren
This is the last Will and Testament of me William Warren of
Harbour Grace in the Island of Newfoundland Carpenter in the Eighteen hundred
and seventy sixth year ("in the" inserted) of our Lord.
Samuel Stowe? LS
June 1st 1876
Note: William Steel Warren was born about 1812 and may be a son of John and Mary Warren who have ties to Old Perlican. He first married Ann Ryan in Trinity in January 1839. Unfortunately she died in December of the same year. He then married Margaret Piercie in Trinity in 1841. They had son James born about 1842, William Samuel born June 1844, Charles Steele born July 1846 and it would appear that both Margaret and son Robert died in May 1850. His wife Mary mentioned in the will is perhaps a third wife. At this time in 2005 we do not know. William Steel died in Harbour Grace June 3, 1876.
The son William Samuel Warren was my great grandfather. He married Mary Jane Peddle/Piddle from Mosquito (Bristol's Hope). Their daughter Gertrude married my grandfather Ron Martin, the son of Frederick Martin and his second wife and second cousin Elizabeth Martin.
Here is a little information on his son, my great grandfather William,
Page Contributed by Geoff Martin (William Warren was my great great grandfather)
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Wednesday February 20, 2013)
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