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|TO THE HONOURABLE THE SUPREME COURT
OR ONE OF THE HONOURABLE THE JUDGES THEREOF.
The petition of Mary Hewardine of St. Johnís in the Island of Newfoundland, widow, humbly sheweth:-
1. That William Hewardine late of St. Johnís aforesaid, Yeoman, died at that place in the month of September 1892, having made and published his last Will and Testament hereto annexed duly proven.
2. That said testator left him surviving his widow your petitioner three sons William, Thomas and William Henry, and three daughters Elizabeth, Annie and Susie.
3. That said testator was possessed at the time of his death of property of the probable value of $800.
That no Probate or Administration has been granted to any Will or to the Estate of said deceased.
Your petitioner therefore prays that
Administration C.T.A. to the said
Dated at St. Johnís aforesaid this 14th day of July A.D. 1899.
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