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A Collection of Newfoundland Wills
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Will of Edward Perez
from Newfoundland will books volume 13 page 347 probate
EDWARD PEREZ. DECEASED.
April 11th. 1926
This is the last will and testament of Edward Perez of St. John’s,
Engineer and I will and bequeath as follows.
All my lawful debts, funeral expenses and testamentary expenses
to be paid.
I bequeath my interest in the house I occupied on the South Side
to my brother Joseph Perez my sister Irene
Hannaford and Elena
Louey in equal shares.
I bequeath the sum of five hundred dollars to my nephew Amelio
Hannaford to finish his education at St. Bonaventure’s
College and I appoint Joseph my brother Trustee of that amount for that purpose.
I will that all the furniture in the said house and all
my tools and other personal belongings be sold and the proceeds
thereof and the balance of my money in the Bank of Commerce
to be divided amongst my brother and two sisters in equal shares.
I hereby appoint my brother Joseph Perez to be the Executor
of this my Will.
Out of the above amounts I leave ten dollars for Masses
for my soul.
Signed by the testator by making his mark in our presence who in
his presence and in the presence of each other have hereto affixed
our names as witnesses at his direction.
W. McGettigan. W. J. Browne.
William F. Lloyd
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland.
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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