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A Collection of Newfoundland Wills
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Will of Margaret Pitcher
from Newfoundland will books volume 9 pages 125-126
probate year 1910
Margaret Pitcher deceased.
This is the last will and testament
of me Margaret Pitcher of Saint John’s in the
Island of Newfoundland widow:-
1. I will and direct that my Executrix
hereinafter named shall first pay out of my general estate all my just
debts and funeral and testamentary expenses.
2. I give devise and bequeath
to my daughter Elizabeth Ann (Bessie) Pitcher my dwelling house land
and premises situate on William Street in the town of Saint John’s;
also all my lands dwelling house and waterside premises situate at Saint
Lawrence in the Electoral District of Burin; also all other estate property
and moneys to which I now am, or to which I may hereafter be entitled,
of whatsoever kind or nature and wheresoever situate, to be her separate
3. I hereby appoint my said daughter
Elizabeth Ann Pitcher to be the sole executrix of this my last will and
testament. Witness my hand at Saint John’s aforesaid this Seventh
day of June A.D. 1910 -. Margaret Pitcher Signed published and declared
by the said testatrix in the presence of us, who in her presence, and
the presence of each other, all present at the same time, have hereunto
subscribed our names as witnesses. Mabel Pittman White Alice
D. M. Browning
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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