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


Will of John Cormack from Newfoundland will books volume 2 page 561 probate year 1865

In re
         John Cormack deceased.

In the name of God Amen.     I bequeath my soul to God my body to the earth rottenness and worms I John Cormick of St. Johnís Farmer bequeath to my oldest son Timothy that farm which we now live on with dwelling house barn and barricks two michls cows one heifer and one calf the old horse and the young one the new pair of wheels with axil one box cart and wood cart and whatever is to be sold of this years crop such as hay and potatoes to be divided one half to my son Timothy and the other half to my wife Bridget I bequeath also to my wife Bridget Cormick during her life the new dwelling house and barn with all the ground attached to them likewise the remaining part of the stock after Timothys share to be left to my wife and also that tract of land called Doolings farm to be divided one half to my son Timothy and the other half to my wife as for the iron plough that is to be kept between them both my wife is to be left in full possession of her part during her life in case she remain unmaried and after that my son James Cormick is to inherit her part and also my son Timothy is to give to my wife whatever hay she require for her cattle for the space of two years.     I also lay it as an obligation on both parties to give ten shillings a year each for Masses for my soul for the space of ten years. Testator John his X mark Cormick.     Exetors Michael Treacey, Andrew Carrell, William Sinnet.     St. Johnís Newfoundland December the seventh 1864.     John Cormick his last will and testament

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D. M. Browning

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