Transcribed by Geoff Martin from microfilm reel 2070898 at LDS Center  (Newfoundland Will Books, Volume 8, Folio 593 and 594)
While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors


Jane Udle was born Jane Emeline Wilkie, daughter of Thomas Wilkie and Charlotte Leicester. Her sister, (my great grandmother) Charlotte Augusta
Wilkie, was married to Samuel George Carnell Collier. The executor was her son, Charles Wilkie Udle.



Jane  Udle (nee Wilkie)
relict of George William Udle

Probate year 1909
In re Jane Udle deceased

I Jane Udle of St. Johnís Widow hereby Revoke all former Wills by me at any time made and Declare this to be my last will and testament. I appoint my son Charles W. Udle to be the sole executor of this my last will. 1. I give devise, and Bequeath to my said son Charles Udle, the leasehold premises in which I now reside known as No. 144 Gower St. for his life, and on his death to his surviving children in equal shares. Should my said son die and have no children him surviving then I direct that my said property shall be sold and out of the net proceeds thereof the funeral expenses of my said son shall be first paid and the Remainder shall then be divided among my next of kin in the same manner as it would be divided by law if I had died intestate on the day of the date of the death of my said son 2. I give all the Rest residue and Remainder of my property to my said son absolutely St. Johnís June 20th. 1909 Jane Udle Signed by the above named testatrix as and for her last will and testament in the presence of us both being present at the same time who in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses. Samuel Collier R. A. Squires Certified Correct D. M. Browning Registrar

In the margin of this will were these entries

July, 7/09
granted to
Charles W
Estate sworn
at $700.00

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