Transcribed by C. HAYNES from microfilm
reels at LDS Center
While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors
|WILL OF EDWARD PARSONS,
MARCH 1st. 1928
I BEQUEATH TO:
1. My wife Elizabeth B. Parsons:
(a) One Thousand Dollar ($1000.00) Policy in the Inperial Life Assurance Co.
(b) The Dwelling House and Furniture on Bannerman Street during her life, and on her decease to become the property of my son Kenneth, on condition that it is to be considered a home, by Susie and Gertie if they so desire, until they marry.
(c) One Thousand Dollar ($1000) Government Bonds which are held in the Bank as Colateral. The balance of the Bonds Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) to be used towards payment of amount due the Bank by the business
2. To my children Nellie Barker – Maysie Marcy – R.T. Parsons – W.H. Parsons – E.G. Parsons and Alex E. Parsons: One Thousand Dollar ($1000) Life Policy in the Confederation Life Assurance Co. The beneficeries of which are: My late wife Susainah T. Parsons and her Children above named – to be divided equally.
3. To my children: Cecil – Susie – Kenneth and Gertie Policy No. 25436 in the Canada Life Assurance Co. to be divided equally.
4. To my son Reuben:
5. My interest in Mining claims to
be equally divided between my wife and ten children.
TO CARRY OUT MY WISHES AS OUTLINED
ABOVE, I HEREBY APPOINT MY SONS;
Note on the left margin: This
is the paper-writing marked “A” referred to in the annexed affidavit of
Robert S. Munn.
Estate valued at $3,287.00
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