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Will of Samuel R. Gillette
R. Gillette of Durrel's Arm Twillingate South Island, of Newfoundland
in the Northern District of Newfoundland make this my last will and testament
while in possession of sound mind and memory this twenty second day of
March AD. 1906 I give and devise and bequeath my property real and personal
in the following manner that is to say (a) After all my just debts are
paid out of my Life Insurance Policy. I give and devise the remainder of
my money that may be derived from my Life Insurance Policy to my father
James Gillette and my wife Mary Elizabeth
Gillette to be divided equally
between them. I give and bequeath unto my dwelling house unto my brother
James Gillette for his sole use and benefit forever. All the rest and residue
of my possessions I give devise and bequeath unto my father, James
Gillette my wife Mary Elizabeth Gillette and my brother James
Gillette to be equally
divided between them. Lastly I hereby appoint and constitute my father
James Gillette and Henry J. Howlett to be my executors of this last will
and testament and hereby revoke all other wills by me made. And desire
that my executors shall not be required to give security for the same.
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