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 Walter Williams from Newfoundland will books volume 4 pages 229-230 probate year 1883
Walter Williams deceased.
I Walter Williams of Saint Johnís Storekeeper, being sick and weak of bodily health, but of sound mind and memory do make my last will and testament in manner following, viz. To my three sons Charles Samuel, Walter B. and George Alfred Williams the three houses situated in Gower Street in the town of St. Johnís with the rents derived from the said three houses to be equally divided between Charles Saml, Walter B. and George Alfred Williams, one feather bed and bedstead to George, eldest son of Walter B. Williams the said bed and bedstead being in his possession. The feather bed now in use by me Walter Williams to George Alfredís eldest son, my watch to Walter James eldest son of Charles Samuel Williams, also a dressing case to Robert eldest son of my daughter Caroline Patrick- six chairs one looking glass and one table should they be claimed by my son Charles Samuel Williams If not claimed by him then my daughter Caroline is to retain them in her possession I also will and bequeath to my daughter Caroline all my household goods and all my moveable property In witness thereof I Walter Williams the said testator have hereunto my hand and seal subscribed and set at Saint Johnís Newfoundland this fourthteen day of April Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and eighty two Walter Williams (LS) Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of undersigned being first read over, William J. Thompson, William Crimp, witnesses.