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Will of Robert James Weay
I Robert James Weay on this 9th day of June in the year of our Lord One thousand nine hundred and Nine, and at the same time being in health, and possessed with a sane mind bequeath to my wife and children an equal portion of all my possessions after my death. My wife shall forfeit all claims should she marry again.
This my Will and Testament made on the aforesaid date June 9th 1909
Signed ) E. J. Wornell
I, Robert J. Weay also wish to add to my Will the following words. That whatever money I have invested whether in Bank or other Companies as F.P.U. Trading Co Etc that my wife and children shall receive their proportional part of all money in my possession after my death.
Job. B. Wornell
Robert J. Weay
In the year 1914 One hundred dollars $.1.00 was given to Bessie by her father on the 31st of July, to be put in the bank in his name.
R. J. Weay
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
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