Transcribed by Judy Benson & Ivy Benoit. While we have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors
Will of Denis Doyle from Newfoundland will books volume 4 pages 313-314 probate year 1884
Denis Doyle deceased.
Be it known unto all men that I Dennis Doyle of the Island of Newfoundland being at the time of this indenture of sound body and mind do hereby willingly make this my will and testament That after my decease all my goods chattels and property whatsoever owned by me I bequeath to my wife Catherine Doyle for the natural time of her life to be by her enjoyed and after her decease the said goods chattels and property whatsoever to be divided as follows- To my son Thomas Doyle his heirs and assigns all and singular the goods and chattels together with four tenements of houses and a garden measuring twenty eight by twenty situated in Flower Hill Lane. And to my son Richard Doyle his heirs and assigns one tenement as above situated in Flower Hill Lane, all of which is my right and lawful property and free from all incumbrance. Dennis his X mark Doyle (LS) Witness H.W. Seymour, John Webber, Signed and sealed this ninth day of June 1864