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 8 pages 232-233 probate year 1907
|Will of Thomas Dally|
In re: THOMAS DALLY. DECEASED
First. I give devise and bequeath to my wife Mary Ann Dally my Dwelling House in which I now live with all the furniture therein for her own absolute use and benefit
Secondly I give and bequeath to my two sons Thomas Dally and Eli Dally all my fishing room consisting of stage, flakes, stores, situated in Pikes Arm aforesaid one garden situated in Ridoutís Cove, one garden in Clarkes Cove near William Stuckeys premises, one meadow in beyond the aforesaid William Stuckeys premises, and one garden below Cutlers premises in Pikes Arm, also my schooner "Julia" with all her gear and apparel my Cod Traps, Nets and all other fishing gear and boats that I own for their absolute use and benefit, share and share alike.
Thirdly I bequeath to my daughter Susanna Blandford the meadow situated in the bottom of Pikes Arm for her own use and benefit.
Fourthly I further direct and wish that the following legacies and bequests shall be paid out of monies that I have deposited in the Newfoundland Government Savings Bank in St. Johnís, Newfoundland viz
Fifthly I further wish and direct that my lawful debts Funeral and Testamentary expenses the cost of a suitable Headstone (to be placed over my grave) and the sum of Forty Dollars to my executor for his services shall be paid out of the monies in the Savings Bank aforesaid. And whatever money is left in the before mentioned Savings Bank after paying the above mentioned bequests and legacies I give devise and bequeath to my dear wife Mary Ann Dally aforesaid for her own absolute use and benefit.
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
Fiat March 2. 07 Johnson J Probate March 7. 07 granted to James D. Lockyer Estate sworn at $4326.21
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