Transcribed by Judy Benson & Ivy Benoit. While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors

Newfoundland will books volume 10 page 276 probate year 1914

Will of John Cormack


from Sep. 7th 1914. this is the last and only will of John Cormack

I leave Mary Molloy daughter of the late T.N. Molloy One thousand dollars ($1000)

I leave Mrs. Ellen Hearn, Mrs. Mary Gaden, Mrs. Emeria (St. Bride’s Academy) and Mrs. McLennan One hundred dollars each-

I leave little Miss Thorburn my god daughter ($100.00) I leave Bridget Cassils our domestic for many years $100.00-

Whatever balance of cash I may leave over and above the amts named I wish to have it regularly divided between my brother and Masses for my intention- Through a Bill passed by the U.S.A. last February 3rd Miss Molloy was given or allowed by the Finance Committee the sum of $14,000. When she receives this sum she will pass over to Mrs. Hearn, Mrs. Gaden Sister Emeria Little Dale & Mrs. McLennan, Belleville Ont the $1000 that I left her to be equally divided by the above I appoint my brother Executor also Jas. Kent-

(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
Fiat Novr 4/14 C.J. Probate Novr 6/14 granted to Jas Cormack Estate sworn at $4900.00

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