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 7 pages 368 & 369 probate year 1904


Will of William Harding
The last will of William Harding

of Holyrood Conception Bay

Farmer deceased.

I William Harding of Holyrood Conception NFld being of sound mind and memory do make my last will and testament this twenty-third day of June in the year of our lord one thousand nine hundred and three (1903).

First I give and bequeth to my son John all the land being S. W. of the present gate at road side on line to S.W. end of old house that was in the garden and on same line to back fence and also my dwelling house.

Second I give and bequeath to my son Pat the land lying N.E. of the said lines mentioned above. Also my sea store land is to be eaqully diveded between the two sons menshintined above (John & Pat, any of this land is sold ore rented there is to be two high masses for myself wife and if there is means those two hear are to put a headstone to us I will and bequeth to my daughter in law Elizabeth (wife of Jno.) my bed clock and glass. I give and beaquete to sons Richard and James and my daughters Bridget Marget and Kate one dol $1.00 each to be paid by my sons Jno. an Pat.

Signed sealed and delivered in presence first read over and explanse William his X mark Harding

wit of Michael Rurphy(?) Jno. his X mark Murphy.

I certify the foregoing to be a correct copy of the will of William Harding

D. M. Browning



(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)


June 10th, 1904

Johnson J.

Letters of adm.

Cta. Granted

To John Harding

On the 16th day of

June 1904

Estate sworn


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