Transcribed by Judy Benson & Ivy Benoit. While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors
Newfoundland will books volume 12 page 596 probate year 1924
|Will of James Andrews|
In re: JAMES ANDREWS . DECEASED.
I, James Andrews of Southwest Arm of New Bay, being of sound mind and capable of so doing hereby make this my last will and testament.
I hereby bequeath all my rights and title in my land situated in South west arm of New Bay to my three sons, George, James and Henry, and their heirs for ever, in equal portions each taking the land now in their possession.
If my son George dies without any children his share of the property to be equally divided between the children of James and Henry with the stipulation that George Andrews widow is to hold possession of the property for her own use and interests as long as she remains a widow.
I also leave the above property on the condition that my sons look after and support their mother, Agnes Andrews my wife, who is to have the privilege of taking possession, and disposing of any part of the property she shall choose if said George, James or Henry Andrews fail to support her.
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