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 333 probate year 1915

Will of John Petten


In the year of our Lord: 1906 April 2th

I John Petten now lying at the Pointe of Death i own all wile i live after my Death my Death my Wife wile she is in my name own all after going from my name she ant calme anething if they can agre tother the hores is not to Be sole if they cant agre together the horse must be sole an Berter Porter to get her part after my wife goes out of my name

Berter Porter is to get all that i owns fi Berter Porter haves chilern my place fals to them William Porter is not to bring a wife over them if she donít have anney children William Porter can Bring a Wife he is the owner of my Place it the horse is sole this Witness is to see the money expended my car an wells is my Wife Will she is in my name after she goes out of my name it falls to Berter Porter Sined John Pitten X Witness Samuel Cluney Peter Butler

(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
Fiat Octr 4/15 C.J. Admn c.t.a. Octr 5/15 granted to Bertha Petten Sureties: Saml Cluney Peter Butler Estate sworn at $250.00

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