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Will of Charles P. Farnell
The last Will and Testament of Charles P. Farnell, Mechanic, of Corner Brook Bay of Islands Newfoundland.
Being of sound mind and memory and realizing the uncertainty of life I hereby appoint my son-in-law Alan G. Bartlett, Accountant of Corner Brook and William K. Angwin, Retired Merchant of the same place as my Executors, for the carrying out of the provisions of this my last Will and Testament.
I give and bequeath to my said executors all lands, Buildings and property of any kind whatever, Book debts or Cash, or assets of any kind or wheresoever situate, to be realized upon by them as speedily as practicable and divided as follows
First Pay all my just debts and Funeral Expenses and Testamentary Expenses
Second Set aside a sufficient amount to procure and erect in the Methodist Cemetery at Curling a suitable monument to perpetuate the memory of my late wife and myself Pay to my daughters Bessie Muller of New York and Mrs Maud Taylor of New York the sum of Two Hundred Dollars and to my Grand daughter Annie Mitshed of Corner Brook the sum of Two Hundred The balance of my estate I give and bequeath to my daughter Hazel Joyce wife of Alan G. Bartlett of Corner Brook I also bequeath to my said daughter Hazel the Family Bible And to my Grand Sons Bert Bartlett and capt Mitshed my Tool Chest and Tools to be equally divided between them Also in recognition of the faithful services of my maid, Dorothy Gillingham I direct that she be given the Organ at present in my possession.
Signed at Corner Brook this Seventeenth day of
Witness. Mattie Mitchell. Horatio Guy.
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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