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 4 page 460 probate year 1855. It is filed chronologically with wills from 1886..
Will of William Chafe |
In re: WILLIAM CHAFE DECEASED.
Pettehabr the 24 of Aprill 1811- To all whom it may or shall concern that this is my last will & testament Wittness to say- That i Wm. Chafe Senr the father of Moses Chafe- Doth freely giVe from my hart & a free good will unto my son Moses Chafe his airs assigns or administrators all & singlar the dowling house & gardins that belongs to the said house after my death for my son Moses Chafe his airs assigns or administrators to hold & ingoy during thir life without any lott or hindrance for the said parties to ingoy as itt is my lawfull proporty & my last will & power & now being in my right sences i thought proper to give itt to them; so after my decease that there shall be no fardr disputes- butt faull into the hands of my beloved son Moses Chafe his airs assigNs or administrators as givin under my hand this present day & date above mentioned whar no stamp paper is yused- Signs William Chafe Senr. Wittness, John Chafe, Thomas Chafe.
D. M. Browning
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