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Will of George Hutton from Newfoundland will books volume 4 pages 99-100 probate year 1880

In re
          George Hutton deceased.

This is the last will and testament of me George Hutton of St. Johnís I bequeath to my wife Eliza the land house shop and premises belonging to me situate on the Kings Road St. Johnís to have hold occupy and possess the same and the rents and profits thereof during her life.     Upon her death I desire that the said property shall go to my three sons Robert, William and Charles or their representatives in equal proportions to each.     I bequeath to my said wife my interest in a piece of land upon the Military Road now vacant and held by me jointly with Mr. Henry Bradshaw for her sole and absolute use and benefit.     I bequeath to my daughter Bessie the house and tenement adjoining that occupied by Mr. Henry Bradshaw and my interest in the land thereto appertaining.     I bequeath to my daughter Katie Bradshaw the house and tenement at present occupied by Mr. Winter (Military Road) and my interest in the land thereto appertaining.     I bequeath to my daughter Carrie Poulain the house and tenement at present occupied by Mr. Watson (Military Road) and my interest in the land thereto appertaining.     I bequeath to my daughter Fannie Bulley the house at present occupied by myself (Military Road) and my interest in the land thereto appertaining.     I desire that the said bequests to my daughters shall be free from the control of their present or any future husbands and for the separate and absolute use and benefit of each.     I desire that each of the said houses and tenements hereby bequeathed to my said daughters shall bear and be subject to a due and fair proportion of the ground rents taxes or other charges upon the land whereon the same are respectively built and there with occupied.     I bequeath to my said wife all my household furniture and effects for her sole and absolute use.     I bequeath to my daughter Fannie Bulley the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars for her separate and absolute use.     I bequeath to the Reverend     Fitzgerald the sum of eighty dollars to be appropriated for Masses for my soul.     I bequeath to Mrs. Coleman Senior forty-eight dollars for distribution among the poor.     I desire that the sum of one hundred and sixty dollars shall be applied to defray the expenses of my funeral.     I appoint my sons-in-law Henry Bradshaw and Prescott Bulley executors of this my last will.     Dated at St. Johnís this twenty-eighth day of August A.D. 1880.     Geo. Hutton.     Signed published and delivered by the said George Hutton as and for his last will in the presence of J.S. Winter,     Catherine Coleman.

Certified correct,
D. M. Browning
Registrar


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