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 12 page 571 probate year 1924
|Will of Albert Simon|
In re: ALBERT SIMON. DECEASED.
As to such estate as it hath pleased God to intrust me with, I dispose of the same as follows, namely, I give, devise and bequeath to my son Frederick Simon at present in the City of New York. U.S.A. all my land at Stephenville, consisting of forty-five acres more or less and bounded as follows, that is to say on the North by Crown land, on the South by the waters of Bay St. George on the East by land owned by Philip Aucon and on the West by land owned by Mary Aucoin, together with all buildings and erections thereon, namely a dwelling house, one barn and outhouse, one Store by the roadside, one fishing Store at the Sea Shore with all their contents and belongings and also my dories, engines and fishing gear of all descriptions whatsoever.
To my son William Simon I give and bequeath my farm of land at Stephenville now occupied by him measuring forty eight acres and bounded as follows on the North by a reserved road on the South by the waters of Bay St. George on the East by land owned by Henry Young and Albert March and the West by land owned by Dominic Bourgeais, together with all buildings and erections thereon or belonging thereto.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I, the said Albert Simon have to this my last will and testament, subscribed my
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