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 2 pages 157-158 probate year 1853.
Will of John Trew|
In re: JOHN TREW. DECEASED.
I John Trew son of Roger and Elizabeth Trew of Marnhull in the County of Dorset being of sound mind do declare this my last will and testament (viz) I give and bequeath unto my mother Elizabeth Trew forty pounds and likewise I give to my brother George Trew ten pounds which said money is at present in the hands of Mr. John Colborne of Sturminster Newton Dorset I likewise give and bequeath to my brothers Georges three children James Trew, Thomas Trew and Lavinia Trew or the survivors of them at the time of m
y decease ten pounds in equal shares between them which said money is at present in the Blandford Savings Bank and I likewise give and bequeath to the above James Trew, Thomas Trew and Lavinia Trew all the remainder of money good chattels wearing apparel or whatever I die possessed of or may be entitled to at the time of my decease Now I nominate and appoint my brother George Trew of Marnhull Dorset my executor under this my last will and testament
In witness thereto I hereby affix my hand and seal to this sheet of paper this fourth day of May one thousand eight hundred and thirty four.
Jn. Trew (LS)
In the presence of us, Richard Galpin, Mary Galpin.
D. M. Browning
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