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A Collection of Newfoundland Wills
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Margaret M. Taylor
Will of Margaret M. Taylor from Newfoundland will books volume 14 page 426
probate year 1929
In re DECEASED.
|Amer T. & T. Co
|Saunder & Howell
|| 1 share
|2 Govt Bonds
||$100. each redeemed
In the event of my death suddenly or unexpectedly. This is how I would like
my property divided. Amer T & T Co shares to go to E. H. Colpitts my brother
in law if living to be disposed of as he wishes if he should die first to be
divided between my son and daughter Harold and Anna
divided between Anna and Harold
C.P.R. Bonds for Anna
in Saunder & Howell, Public Service, Curling rink for Hal.
at Carbonear left Grace and me by our Uncle Judge Penney to be Hals unless
Money held in trust by Eastern Trust Co derived
from sale of shares in Saunder & Howell and left over after all accounts
of estate were paid amounting to something over $2000 to go to J.P. Powell & A.E.
Penney as I have always had a thought that Uncle Al meant them to have those
Ottawa Traction to go towards expenses incurred. Grace of course will share
in the proceeds of the sale of Uncle Als house when theres an opportunity to
William F. Lloyd
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
W. J. Higgins
The Eastern Trust
Company on the
12th day of February
Value of Estate
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