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Will of George Ivany
Will & Probate of
GEORGE IVANY - Sept. 7th 1908
This is the last will and testament of me George Ivany and
I hereby revoke all other wills and declare this to me to be my last will and
testament. I give devise and bequeath all my lands and dwelling house No. 74
situate on Carters Hill in the town of St.John's together with all my furniture
and household effects and also all my money and other effects which I may die
possessed unto and to the use of my dear wife Elizabeth Ivany,
absolutely and forever and I appoint her executrix of this my last Will and
Signed by the said George Ivany as his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses the same having been first read over and explained in his presence and in the presence of us the subscribing witnesses
Signed: George X (his mark) Ivany
Sgd. Arthur W. Miller
Sgd. S.D. Blandford.
This is the will or paper writing marked "A" referred
to in the annexed affidavit of S.D. Blandford of date the
23rd day of September 1908
In the Supreme Court
In re the Estate of George Ivany late of St. John's in the
Electoral District of St. John's
OATH OF THE EXECUTOR
Probate granted to Elizabeth Ivany on the 28th day of September
THE HONOURABLE THE SUPREME COURT OF NEWFOUNDLAND OR ONE OF THE HONOURABLE THE JUDGES THEREOF.
The Petition of the undersigned Elizabeth Ivany of St.John's in the Electorial District of St.John's, Widow,
No Probate of any Will or Letters of Administration have been granted to any person out of this Honourable Court to the said Estate.
Your Petitioner therefore prays that Letters of Probate may be granted to her.
As in duty bound she will ever pray, &c.,&c.
(signed by her) Elizabeth Ivany
In the Supreme Court
In re George Ivany deceased.
OATH OF ADMINISTRATOR
Administration granted to
To the Honourable Supreme Court or one of the Honourable the Judges thereof.
Of Amy Adams of St.John's Married Woman
Your Petitioner therefore prays that Your Honourable Court or one of the Honourable the Judges thereof will be pleased to grant to her Letters of Administration de bonis non with Will annexed of the Estate and effects of said deceased remaining unadministered as aforesaid.
At Your Petitioner as in duty will ever pray etc.
St.John's this 26th day of August 1912
(signed in her hand writing) Amy Adams
I Amy Adams of St.John's make oath and say as follows:'
Sworn before me at St.John's
D.M Browning - Clerk
We hereby agree to Amy Adams of St.John's Married woman applying to the Hon. the Supreme Court or one of the Honourable the Judges thereof for Administrtion de bonis non with the Will annexed of George Ivamy late of St.John's Labourer deceased to be granted to the said Amy Adams .
St. John's , August 23rd.1912.
Louisa X (her mark) Earley
Witness to the Signature of Louisa Earley the above having
been first read over & explained to her
Witness to Signature of Joseph Ivamy (signed) Joseph
Margin comments added by Judy Benson as part of the wills project
In the margin next to this will the following
Page Contributed by Doreen Ivany, Aurora, Ontario July 2005
Margin comments contributed by Judy Benson
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Wednesday February 20, 2013)
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