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Other Misc. Wills & Deeds
Petition re Estate of
In re William Keough deceased
To the Honourable the Supreme Court or one of the Honourable the Judges thereof.
The Petition of John V. O'Dea of St. John's Newfoundland, merchant,
Your petitioner prays that Letters of Administration de bonis non of the Estate of the said William Kough deceased be granted to him and as in duty bound will ever pray &c.
St. John's the 6th day of March 1919.
I John V. O'Dea of St. John's aforesaid, Merchant the petitioner named in the forgoing petition make oath and say that the matters and things herein set forth are just and true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
SWORN before me at St. John's
KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I John J. Keough of Bonavista Newfoundland, Merchant, only survivor of the children of the late William Keough deceased
SEND GREETING: WHEREAS my late father the said William Keough having died intestate administration of his Estate was granted to his widow Margaret Keough, my mother, on the 8th. Day of May 1895
AND WHEREAS the said Margaret Keough died on the fifth day of January 1909 without fully distributing the Estate of the said William Keough
AND WHEREAS my sister Mary Keough O'Dea died in 1905 and her husband John V. O'Dea is her legal representative and as such has an interest in the said Estate of William Keough
AND WHEREAS I am desirous that the said John V. O'Dea of St. John's Newfoundland, Merchant, should apply to the Supreme Court of Newfoundland for letters of administration de bonis non of the said Estate of my late Father William Keough
NOW THESE PRESENTS WITNESS That I hereby assent to the said John V. O'Dea applying for such administration and that he be appointed administrator de bonis non accordingly.
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto subscribed and set my hand and seal at Bonavista aforesaid this Third day of March Nineteen hundred and Nineteen.
SIGNED Sealed and Delivered
(hand written at top of page)
INVENTORY AND VALUATION.
In the Supreme Court of Newfoundland
In the Estate of William Kough Deceased.
Inventory and Valuation of the Property of the said Deceased:
(hand written line inserted here) unadministered at death of administratrix at present administration
|GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY||VALUE OR|
|Lands, Houses, Stores, &c., and any interest in Land||20000|
|Household Goods and Furniture||100|
|Stock in Trade|
|Book Debts and Promissory Notes|
|Moneys secured by Mortgage|
|Moneys due under Life Insurance|
|Bank and other stock, Shares in Companies, &c.|
|Securities for Moneys|
|Cash on Hand|
|Cash in Bank|
|Ships, Boats, Nets, and other Outfit for the Fishery|
|Horses, Horned Cattle, Sheep and Swine|
|Farming Implements, and Produce of all kinds|
|Other Property not before mentioned (if any)|
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