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Will of James J. McGrath from Newfoundland will books volume 14 page 459-460 probate year 1929
(From FHL Film #2070901 Newfoundland Supreme Court Wills 1929-1932)
THis is the last will of me James J. McGrath of
St John's Newfoundland Barrister at law and I revoke all former wills by me
made . I appoint my nephews Thomas Scanlan McGrath Francis T.
McGRath and Robert S. Furlong (Hereinafter
called my trustees) executers and trustees of this my will. I give to Thomas
Scanlan McGrath and Robert S. Furlong my
property on Duckworth Street bought from Dr Tait known as
"the office" and appurtenances to hold for ever in equal shares as tenants in common, all
chattels in said office belonging to me and for my interest in such chattels
to go absolutely to said Thomas Scanlan McGrath and
all my law books wherever found at my death also to go to Thomas
Scanlan McGrath absolutely. Other printed books belonging to
me I give to Robert S. Furlong absolutely but
if he sees well he may give some of the to others of my relations If my mother
be living at my death my trustees are to hold the residue of my estate for
her use and benefit during her life and the income arising therefrom to be
applied as she so desires if the majority of my trustees approve, all debts
due to me by my sister, brother, nephews and nieces at my death are hereby
released and all moneys due under
JAS J. MCGRATH.
Handwritten note in right margin of page 459:
Page Contributed & Transcribed by Ernie Kraut
Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit (Wednesday February 20, 2013)
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