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Will of William James Rose
A Will made at Flowers Cove
in the Straits of Belle Isle By William James Rose I William
James Rose being of sound mind, but weak of body maketh this
my last will and Testimony revoking all others As follows I hereby bequith to my Beloved sons Walter
M. and Allan E.
Rose all my Right, Title and Interest in the Fishing Room “situated
at Flowers Cove” Boats Traps Nets and all other Gear connected
with the fishing. My Right Title and Interest in the Schooner “Nettie
M. J.” To have and to hold in equal parts by my Beloved Sons Water
M and Allan E. Rose. My Right Title and Interest
in the above being the Fourth part My Cash now on the
Books of The Co-operation store Situated at Flowers Cove To my Dear Brother Henry
Walter Rose one hundred Dollars To my Beloved wife Annie
Rose Twenty-five dollars and my Beloved Daughters
Peninah L. and Sarah W Rose Ten Dollars each also I bequith to my Dear
Brother Henry Walter Rose all my Right, Title and Interest in the Schooner “Daisy”
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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