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 400 to 402 probate year 1908
|Will of Thomas Smith|
In re: THOMAS SMITH. DECEASED
Fiat April 14/08 Emerson J. Probate April 15/08 granted to Rev John Hewitt Estate sworn at $4285.00
In margin at bottom of this page: For codicils see next page
see will on preceding pageIn re Thomas Smith deceased.
Codicil to the will of Thomas Smith Baine Harbor, Placentia Bay. My Land situated between Mrs. Elizabeth Smiths land and a Brook dividing what is known as my son Thomas Smiths land and my own and now occupied by my said son Thomas I leave to him. The land on the western side of the Brook (and bounded by Philip Allens land) and all the land on the southern side of the main Road now owned by me. I leave to my wife Olivia Smith and my daughter Maude Smith for their joint benefit.
In the event of my wife dying or marrying again, or in the event of my daughter marrying or dying, the survivor or unmarried one is to have the use of the land. In the event of both of the above either dying or marrying then the same is to become the property of my son Thomas and his family.
In all other respects I confirm my will dated the 24th Day of June one thousand nine hundred and Five. Anno Domini Signed by the said Testator Thomas Smith In the presence of us who signed in the presence of each other Dated this 13th day of February 1907 J R Shears C E ???ery John his X mark Rodway
Second. Codicil to the will of Thomas Smith, Baine Harbour. My wife Olivia Smith, having predeceased me, I desire, that the portion of my money which I intended for her shall be disposed of as follows:- That one hundred dollars of the part left to my wife shall be left to the church and $100 one hundred for my expenses. The balance then at my death is to be divided equally among my seven children
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