Transcribed by Judy Benson & Ivy Benoit. While we have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be
some typographical errors
Newfoundland will books volume 3 page 229 probate year 1872. In his brother Patrick’s will his name is given as Edward, not Edmund.
Will of Edmund Dunn|
In re: EDMUND DUNN DECEASED.
I Edmund Dunn by the Grace of God being of sound mind and memory but feeling weak in body do hereby make my last will & testament. And first I do hereby commit my soul and body to Almighty God and my worldlt property as follows my farm in perltown at present occupied by Philip Nowlan I bequeath to Betsey Dunn my wedded wife during her natural life at her death the aforesaid farm to become the property of my daughter Helen if alive in the event of her desease before my wife her mother I will the farm to be the property of Paterick Dunn my newpher as to the farm left me by will of Patrick Dunn my deceased brother I bequeath to Honora Dunn widow of the aforesaid Patrick Dunn during her natural life then to desend to the aforesaid Betsey Dunn if then alive during her natural life then to become the property of my second child by the aforesaid Betsey Dunn if then alive but if the child die before the aforesaid Betsey Dunn her mother I will the above mentiond farm to Richard Dunn my nephew
Edmund his X mark Dunn. Witness James Gibson, William Atwill, John Nash.
D. M. Browning
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