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Will of Alexander Rodger
St. John’s Newfoundland
This is the last Will and Testament of Alexander Rodger St. John’s.
To my second son Herbert Freeman Rodger I bequeath Four hundred dollars.
To my third son William Rodger I bequeath all my right and interest in and to the Firm of A & M Rodger also two shares in the Red X Line and also One thousand dollars Canadian Bonds.
I bequeath One hundred dollars to each of my grand children namely Jas Alex Rodger Francis Mable Rodger and Douglas Rodger and to my niece Maud Crawford I bequeath One hundred dollars.
To my grand daughter Francis Mabel Rodger I bequeath My Piano.
To my daughter in law Edith J. Rodger I bequeath my Suite of Parlor Furniture.
To my son William I leave a Bed Room and dining Room Suite, also silver plate, old china, and books.
I desire that the balance of my Furniture etc be divided amicably between my daughter in law Edith Rodger and my son William. Should any friction occur over the division, I appoint Albert Freeman and Walter Edgar as Arbitrators whose decision shall be positive and final.
I desire that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon as possible “No Flowers”
I appoint my sons Stanley H and William Rodgers Executors
of this Will, and desire them to sell One thousand dollars bonds so as to pay
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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