Transcribed by Judy Benson
While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors
Newfoundland will books volume 12 page 114-115 probate year 1921
|Will of Allan Noseworthy|
In re ALLAN NOSEWORTHY. DECEASED.
Pouch Cove, April 19th. 1919.
The last Will and Testament of Allan Noseworthy, fisherman of Pouch Cove, in the District of St. John’s East: I, Allan Noseworthy, being of sound mind and memory, do now make this my last Will and Testament as follows: 1st. I do give and bequeath without let or hindrance to my beloved wife Margaret Noseworthy my dwelling house with all furniture therein; also the land on which the dwelling house is built said land being bounded by the Atlantic on the East, on the West by a Brook; on the South by land owned by my brother George Noseworthy and on the North by land owned by my brother George Noseworthy and self, to be her sole property as long as she remains a widow; said property to be used for the support of our children. Should she marry again, she shall forfeit all claim, more than claim allowed by law. My four sons i.e. Simon Lloyd Noseworthy, Allan Maxwell Noseworthy Leslie and Harry Lewis Noseworthy, shall become sole owners of said property, forfeited by the 2nd marriage of my beforenamed wife, my four beforenamed sons, to share and share alike in division of said property. 2nd. I also give and bequeath to my beloved wife all monies in my possession, with all moneys in Bank, also an Insurance in the Manufacturers Life Ins. Co, Toronto, Canada. All said moneys to be used for the support and comfort of our children. In case my wife should marry again, any moneys left shall be equally divided between my four beforenamed sons. 3rd. I give and bequeath to my wife without let or hindrance, my share which is 1/7 of all fishing gear, such as Cod traps, nets, mooring, boats etc now held my myself and the following persons. George Noseworthy, John C. Noseworthy, Simeon Noseworthy, Allan Noseworthy, Simon Lloyd Noseworthy and Herbert Noseworthy. My wife to hold and control the said share i.e. 1/7 of said property to be used in the support of herself and our children as long as she shall remain a widow. 4th. I also do give and bequeath to my wife, my share which is one half of fishing stage which is known as Salting Stage; also my share i.e. ½ of all fishing flakes connected therewith, to be used for the support of herself and our children. 5th. I do also give and bequeath to my wife all my lands, viz: One piece situate by what is known as “Old Pond”; one piece situate by what is known “Bog Marsh” and one piece by what is known as “Dribbling Brook” Also a piece of land on Corkrans Road, bounded on the East by land owned by William Ryan. Said lands to be used for the support of my wife and our children. 6th. I also give and bequeath to my wife, one horse and express waggon, and all outhouses etc. to be used in the best interest of herself and family. 7th. I do hereby appoint my brother George Noseworthy, to be sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament. To the before named and numbered paragraphs of this my last Will and Testament, I do now in the presence of these witnesses place my signatures. ALLAN NOSEWORTHY. Witnessed by us on this 19th day of April 1919. Pouch Cove Albert A. Holmes. John C. Noseworthy.
William F. Lloyd
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland
(Listed in the Margin next to this will the following)
Fiat Oct 27/21
to George Noseworthy.