Transcribed by Judy Benson
While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors
Newfoundland will books volume 3 page 524 probate year 1877.
|Will of John Goss|
In re JOHN GOSS: DECEASED.This name is spelled Goss and Gosse in the will, and Goss in the wills index.
Know all present that me John Goss of Spaniards Bay do give & bequeth to my son Bartholomew Gosse all my right & titel of land property belonging to me in the said Spaniards Bay to be his hand his hieres for ever after my decease what I cleard out of the woods with a dwelling house hand seler hand all that apertaineth to it is to be his & theres for Ever both on the north & south of the road his to be his & thiers For Ever no person or persons his to have no claim only those that I do frankly hand freely gi
ve hand bequete it to Now this my last deed & testament in my sober hand solid senses I do make allso all the rest of the family I do cut of to a shilling Giving under my hand this the elevent day of Febuary in the year of our Lord 1874 the said John Goss his X mark Witness William Gosse, Witness, George Noseworthy his X mark