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In the Supreme Court
OATH OF ADMINISTRATOR
Administration granted to
on the 17th. Day of September
A D 1918
Value of Estate $400.00
Sureties Jacob Manuel
Vol 7 Folio 297
TO THE HONOURABLE SUPREME COURT OF NEWFOUNDLAND OR TO ONE OF THE HONOURABLE THE JUDGES THEREOF.
The petition of Fanny Martin, of Leading Tickles East, in the Electoral District of Twillingate, In the Island of Newfoundland, Widow, by her Solicitors, CLIFT & PINSENT, HUMBLY SHEWETH that:-
Your Petitioner, therefore, prays that this Honourable Court or Your Lordship may be pleased to grant to her Letters of Administration to the estate and effects of the said deceased.
And, as in duty bound, will ever pray etc.
The 29th day of August A.D. 1918.
New Bay, S.S.
I, Fanny Martin of Leading Tickles in the Electoral District of Twillingate, in the Island of Newfoundland, Widow, make oath and say as follows:-
Sworn at New Bay, aforesaid,
Notes to accompany:
Uriah S Martin was the son of Samuel Waterman Martin and Jane Cox. Samuel was the first child and son of Abraham Martin and his second wife Julia Stevenson who were of Harbour Grace.
Uriah may have been born in Harbour Grace but died in Leading Tickles 8 November, 1916. Fanny nee Taylor was his second wife. His first was Elizabeth Chippett with whom he had daughter Clementine. Warrick Martin Perry was an adopted child of Uriah and Fanny. Warrick was killed in France in WWI Oct 10, 1917 at age 22.
Page Contributed by Geoff Martin
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit ( Wednesday February 20, 2013 )
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