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A Collection of Newfoundland Wills
Henry O'Grady Haly Hutton


Will of Henry O'Grady Haly Hutton
from Newfoundland will books volume 9 pages 350-351 probate year 1911

In re
      Henry O'Grady Haly Hutton         deceased.

      The will and Testament of me Henry O’Grady Haly Hutton of Brighton Gentleman made the third day of September one thousand eight hundred and ninety five I appoint my friends Charles Alfred Woolley of Brighton Gentleman and Alfred Scott of Brighton Medical Practitioner Executors of my will    I give the following legacies free of duty

  • To my much loved Sister Elizabeth Emma Mc Gregor Five hundred pounds
  • To my oldest and best friend Major William Willoughby Cole Verner of the Rifle Brigade Fifty pounds
  • To his son Rudolph Verner Fifty pounds if and when he attains twenty-one
  • To the said Alfred Scott Fifty pounds
  • And to my Cousin Minnie Lightoller wife of Doctor Henry Lightoller of Ipswich Queensland Fifty pounds

      I devise and bequeath all property I may have in Newfoundland to my said sister Elizabeth Emma McGregor absolutely but if she shall die in my lifetime then I devise and bequeath such property to my brother James Cochrane Hutton absolutely or if he shall die in my lifetime to my brother William Standish Haly Hutton absolutely
I give and bequeath the residue of my estate whatsoever and wheresoever to my said sister Elizabeth Emma McGregor absolutely and if she dies in my lifetime leaving a will then I direct that my residuary bequest shall take effect as if she had survived me and died immediately afterwards but if she dies in my lifetime leaving no will then I give and bequeath the residue of my Estate to my next of kin according to the Statute of Distribution
I declare that the said Charles Alfred Woolley shall be at liberty to charge for all acts which he may do as my Executor including the receipt and payment of money my intention being that he shall be properly compensated for all trouble he may have in connection with my estate
Lastly I revoke all former testamentary instruments In witness whereof I sign my name on the date first above written H. O’G. Haly Hutton. Signed by the Testator in our presence and by us in his presence -
A. J. Budden E. R. Yarroll clerks to Messrs FitzHugh Woolley Baines & Woolley Solicitors Brighton

Certified correct,
D. M. Browning

(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
Nov 21/11
C. J.
Re sealed
Nov 21/11



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