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A Collection of Newfoundland Wills
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Will of Philip Nowlan
from Newfoundland will books volume 6 page 369 probate
Last will and Testament of
Philip Nowlan of St. John’s
Newfoundland St. John’s So torte:
I Patrick J. Scott of St. John’s aforesaid
Solicitor make oath and say as follows: -
1 That Philip Nowlan late of Mount Pearl Farmer,
died at that place on the 12th day of October A.D. 1890
having made a last will and Testament.
2. That I
the said Patrick J. Scott saw the said will and was appointed Executor
3. That by the said will the property was devised
as follows:- All the property estate and effects of said deceased at
the time of his death was left to his wife Ellen during her lifetime.
After the death of said wife Ellen all the property rented from one
Calver was devised to Philip son of said Testator, and all the freehold
property bought from one Raftus was devised equally between the remaining
sons of said Testator to wit, John and Patrick
4. That I
the said Patrick J. Scott verily and truly believe
the said will to be lost. Sgd P. J. Scott. Sworn before
me at St. John’s this
4th day of December A.D. 1897 - (sgd) W. J. Carroll comr. SC.
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
& Patk Nowlan
Dec. 22: 1897
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