Will of  John Walsh from Newfoundland will books vol 1 page 67  probate year 1829  1830

This will was read, recorded and transcribed by JUDY BENSON
While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors

Will of John Walsh of St. John's
In re 
John Walsh  deceased

The last will and testament of John Walsh formerly of the Parish of Moancoin County of Kilkenny Ireland but now of Riverhead St. John's Newfoundland.  I will to dispose of the money which belongs to me on Abraham LeMessurrier hands to the amount of about the sum of sixty five pounds sterling more or less I am not certain, in the following manner, I bequeath twenty pounds of it to my sister Elizabeth Walsh alias Buckley I bequeath ten pounds more to my said sister's son Patrick Buckley Junior  I bequeath ten pounds more to my niece Catherine Walsh now residing in Petty Harbour  the remainder of it I leave to pay whatever debts I have contracted and to defray my funeral charges 
I likewise bequeath the money which belongs to me in Ireland to my sisters Mary and Catherine now residing in Ireland to be equally divided between them. 
I bequeath one half the pile of wood now situated on the place commonly called the meadow and likewise 1/2 the shours to Patrick Buckley Senior the other half of which belong to my brother Martin Walsh 
Given under my hand here in St. John's this fourteenth day of March one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine.     John his X mark Walsh. 
Witness   Terence Morrissy.   Michael Phelan.  James his X mark Shea.

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