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Will of James Kielly
St. John’s January 2. 1911 The last will and testament of James Kielly St. John’s, clerk All is there i.e. all my property, belongs to my wife Mary. I leave the whole of my estate to her with the exception of Twenty Dollars in cash to each of my sons and daughters The rest of my estate after these payments is for my wife, Mary, to do with as she sees fit James Kielly witnesses: Cluney Macpherson M.D. James L. Aylward Bessie J Johnston Margaret Sullivan
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