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 10 pages 295-296 probate year 1915
Will of Rev. John Munn Allan |
In re: JOHN MUNN ALLAN . DECEASED.
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following)
Elizth C. Allen
Testament of Rev. J. M. Allan residing at Curling, Bay of Islands. This is the last will & testament of me John M. Allan:
First: I appoint my executrix, Elizabeth C. Allan of this my will.
Secondly: I will and devise that all just debts be paid out of my estate.
Thirdly: I will desire and bequeath to Mrs. Elizabeth Cunard Allan the sum of one thousand dollars to be paid out of money now in the Bank of Montreal.
Fourthly: I will, desire & bequeath to my daughter, Miss Elizabeth Cunard Allan, my insurance policy in the Standard Insurance Co. of one thousand dollars which is now in Miss Elizabeth C. Allanís name.
Fifthly: I also will desire & bequeath to my sister Miss Jessie Allan, if and when the aforesaid be paid, the sum of two hundred dollars.
Sixthly: I will & bequeath to Jerald K. Allan my gold watch and to my other son Alfred St. Ledger Allen my gold chain and locket.
Seventhly: When the whole of my estate is realized I wish my wife Mrs. Elizabeth C. Allan, and my daughter Miss Elizabeth C. Allan to have equal portions to share and share alike
Eighthly: I will and desire that the foregoing sections of this my will be carried out as herein expressed.
Witness my hand & seal this 4th day of March 1914. John M. Allan (LS) In presence off: Witness Matthew OíRourke. Franklin Fisher.
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