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 12 page 551 probate year 1924
In re: RICHARD SULLIVAN. DECEASED.
This is to certify that I Reginald Sullivan of Pouch Cove St Johns East on or before leaving the aforesaid place for eye treatment to the U S A or Canada as may be do make this my last will and only one should I happen not to return I leave behind to my wife and children namely Ruth Nat Cecil Grace Margoria my dwelling house and all its contents so long as my wife remains Maude Mae Sullivan and all monies in the Royal bank and also the Shop and its contents also my insurance in the Manfcts Life to be divided one half to school Nath one half to school Cecil
I leave to my sons Herbert and Stanley each a Motor Truck and Motor boat and Engine all nets and twines namely Trap and Ropes and all contents for the fishery but all my land is for the four boys Herbert Stanley Nath Cecil including fishing property if the two younger boy may want it if they do not its to be used only by Herbert & Stanley and also Horse Barn Stores for their use and go on as they allways did
I leave to my wife to give to Herbert Two hundred and fifty dollars $250.00 each also Stanley Two hundred and fifty dollars 250.00 and to Beatrice and Susie 25.00 $ each the sum of 50.00$
I appoint Chas Williams of St Johns to see this carried through.
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