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A Collection of Newfoundland Wills
(W)
Edward Walsh

 

Will of Edward Walsh
from Newfoundland will books volume 6 pages 391-392 probate year 1897

Last will and Testament of
Edward Walsh of St. Mary’s S.D.
Planter deceased

      St. Mary’s Oct 7th 1896
In the name of God. I Edward Walsh of St. Marys do make the following and no other my last will and Testament. First I give my soul to God and my body to be buried in Christian ground and as to my worldly goods I possess I dispose of them in the following manner & form.
First I bequeath my house and all therein to my beloved wife Mary Walsh during her natural life. She cannot dispose or sell it. Also the cabbage garden and the setting of a barrel of potatoes in the meadow also one cow and her calf to be fed of the hay of the meadow during her life and after her death it becomes the property of my sons John & Wm Walsh.
I bequeath to my son Thos that piece of my meadow from the end of the pile of rocks to the cabbage garden and straight up to his own ground during his life and to descend to his children.
I bequeath to my son William Walsh the meadow bounded east by Mr. Tobins land and as far as James Walshs land and on the south by the sea shore, on the west a straight line from the stable to Johns house and on the north from Johns house across to Thos. fence and cabbage garden to Jas Walshs fence or ground to have & hold the same during his natural life and he cannot sell or make over said property but must after his death descend to his children.
And to my son John I bequeath all my property west of Wm’s boundary to the road and sea shore to have and hold the same during his natural life and he cannot dispose or make it over but must after his death descend to his children.
I give my horse to the care of my son John but he is to provide wood for my wife and his mother Wm and Thos is to have the use of said horse when they require it, they are to support the house and contribute to expenses. I Edward Walsh declare the above and no other to be my last will and Testament and in witness thereof and in presence of the undermentioned persons I sign or mark it. (Sgd) Edward his X mark Walsh. Witness present (Sgd) Patk Walsh Executor. (Sgd) John his X mark Tobin. (Sgd) Jas his X mark Walsh

Codicil to the above

As to my Bank Book and the amt therein I dispose of it as follows 7 dollars to Fr. McDermot for masses for my Father, mother my wife Cathon Walsh & my sister Ellen Walsh 20 dollars to Fr. Reardon for masses for my own soul also a head stone with funeral expenses the remainder is to be given to my wife Mary Walsh for her support. (Sgd) Edward his X mark Walsh. Witness present (sgd) John his X mark Tobin. (Sgd) Jas. his X mark Walsh. (Sgd) Patk. Walsh Executor

      I certify the foregoing to be a correct copy of the last will and Testament and codicil of Edward Walsh deceased.

Registrar

(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
Fiat
Jos. I. Little
J
admn. C.t.a.
granted to
Mary Walsh
Dated
Mar 4: 1897
Estate
Sworn under
$250.00

 

 

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