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Will of Harriet Gill
Estate of Harriet Gill
Probate granted to George T. Rendell
in the Will the other Executor
Estate sworn under $38,000
To the Honourable the Supreme Court
The Petition of George T. Rendell of
Respectfully Sheweth as follows-
Petitioner therefore prays that probate of
the said Will may be granted to him.
G. T. Rendell LS
Paper writing marked A referred to in Affidavit
This is the last will and testament of me Harriet Gill of
Saint Johns , Spinster.
Signed published and declared by the said Testatrix as and for her last Will and testament in the presence of us who in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereto subscribed our names as witnesses this 25th day of July AD 1892. (the words and figures (numbered 147-161) being interlined at top of page 3) and the word dollars being added to the ???? time but one of ????????
|Harriet Gill LS|
Arthur C.F. Wood LS
G. T Rendell LS
Paper writing marked B referred to in Affidavit of Drusilla Coffin ???????
Codicil to the last Will and testament of Harriet Gill of St. Johns Nfld. I direct that before paying any legacy provided for in this my will My Executors shall invest in Government securities out of whatever money shall be in my possession or due to me at the time of my death such a sum as will yield an annuity of Forty dollars annually for the educating or otherwise offered it at their discretion for the benefit of Frederick D. B. Gill son of my late nephew Leander N. Gill until he attains the age of twenty years or until his death if it occurs before that time and that they then divide the said invested sum equally between the said Frederick D. B. Gill and the children of my late nephew Ernest Gill or the survivors of them.
Signed published and declared by the said Testatrix as and for a Codicil to her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in her presence and in presence of each other have hereto subscribed our names as witnesses this sixth day of November 1893 - being first read over and explained to her
Harriet X Gill
G. T. Rendell
In the Supreme Court
In the matter of the
Petition for the
Letters issued to
On his own
To the Honorable the Supreme Court or to One of the Honorable the Judges thereof.
The Petition of George T. Rendell of Saint John's Merchant
Respectfully sheweth as follows: -
G. T. Rendell LS
the Supreme Court
In the matter of the Estates of Mona Wedershandt Gill, Theodore Nicholas Gill and Helen Kitty Gill infant children of Herbert Gill
Upon reading the Petition of George
T. Rendell and upon learning W. Morison Q. C.
of Counsel for said Children I do order that Alexander J W McNeily
? Esquire Chief Clerk and Registrar of this Court be appointed
Guardian of the Estates of the said infant Children.
G? J? Winter LS
On motion of W Morison QC for said Children
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