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Will of Walter Fahey
Last will and Testament of
I Walter Fahey do make this my last will & testament, to my son Jeremiah I leave half my house & fishing room & all that portion of land to be south of my house & bounded thereby. To my son John now away in America I leave the other half my house & fishing room & land to the North of my house & extending to a rock about the middle of the big meadow, and to my daughter Kate Kenney I leave the remainder of my land that is from the above mentioned rock to my Northern bounds. I also will that should my son John not come home his share is to become that of my daughter Kate Kenny and that it be not in the power of my son John in the event of his not coming home to sell or otherwise dispose of his portion as in that case my daughter Kate Kenny is to have full control over it. Should my son Jeremiah die I will that his wife now living have nothing to do with his share but that in such case it be held for his children if such be alive, if not, then I leave it to be divided between my son John & daughter Kate Kenny & in case John is not home or is dead then to my daughter Kate Kenny & her children. And I appoint my son-in-law Andrew Kenny & the P.P. to be my lawful Executors. And in witness whereof I hereunto place my hand & seal this 29th of October 1890. Signed Walter his X mark Fahey. read & explained to Walter Fahey. Witnesses (sgd) John Shaughnessy. (Sgd) John X Kenny.
I certify the foregoing to be a correct copy of the last will and Testament of Walter Fahey deceased
D. M. Browning
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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