Transcribed by Geoff Martin from document received from the Supreme Court of Newfoundland
While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors
|TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES :
I believe this may be William Hennebury who married
Elizabeth Healey. All children baptized at the Basilica in St. Johnís.
|Petition of Richard
Re: Estate of William Hennebury
|In the Supreme Court
OATH OF ADMINISTRATOR
Administration granted to Richard
on the 25th day of August
A.D. 1941; 1941
Value of Estate $ 1820.00
Sureties A. H. Barnes and
N? C? Hally?
To the Honourable the Supreme Court of Newfoundland or to one of the honourable the Judges thereof. The Petition of Richard A. Hennebury of St. Johnís in the Island of Newfoundland, clerk, humbly sheweth:
1. That William Hennebury of St. Johnís aforesaid, farmer deceased, died at St. Johnís aforesaid on the 26th day of February A.D. 1941, intestate.
2. Said deceased left him surviving two daughters, Mrs. Victoria Osborne of St. Johnís aforesaid and Mrs. Jean Greene residing at Brooklyn, New York in the United States of America and two sons: Thomas, and your petitioner.
3. Said deceased at the time of his death was possessed of property within the jurisdiction of your Honourable Court of the probable value of $1820.00
4. The inventory and valuation hereto annexed marked ďAĒ is to the best of petitioners knowledge and belief a just and true inventory and valuation of the property estate and effects of the estate of said deceased at the time of his death as far as the petitioner can at present ascertain.
5. No probate of any will nor Letters of Administration of the estate of said deceased have been granted to any person.
Petitioner therefore prays the Letters of Administration of the Estate of said deceased may be granted to him.
And as in duty bound he will ever pray etc.
Dated the 14th day of August A.D. 1941.
In the margin is noted