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Will of Thomas Garland
The last Will and Testament of Thomas Garland, of Gaultois, in the District of Fortune Bay, in the Island of Newfoundland, this twenty-first day of March in the year One thousand Nine Hundred and fourteen A.D.
I will and bequeath that my estate at Gaultois, consisting of Land of
which I hold the Grants, Dwelling Houses, Shop, Stores Wharves and all erections
thereon, Stock contained therein, schooners, all debts due to me and all other
property and land at Grois Pass Island and Ship Cove in Hermitage Bay, all
money in Banks at St. John’s, to my two sons Wilson and Arthur share and share
alike, wishing them to continue the business as formerly and to pay the following
I will and direct that my Executors pay all lawful debts and expences,
(Listed in the margin next to this will)
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