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Bunbury Will c1750-51


Year of Grant was 1750/1751
from the Prerogative Grant Book F/186
By kind permission of Turtle Bunbury c2008

Bunbury
commonly called Dame
Elizth Irwin
George and so forth also Judge and so forth To Our Beloved in Christ Samuel Johnson of the City of Dublin Gent Principal Creditor of Elizabeth Bunbury commonly called Dame Elizabeth Irwin late deceased. GREETING WHEREAS the said Elizabeth Bunbury commonly called Dame Elizabeth Irwin so as aforesaid deceased (having and so forth) rightly and duly made her Will and thereof appointed John Mackphreadris Esquire sole Executor and Residuary Legatee and afterwards died And Whereas the said John Mackphreadris took on him the Burden of the Execution of the said Will and after he had for sometime intermedled in the Goods and so forth of the said deceased, departed this life leaving some part thereof unadministered and undisposed thereof. AND WHEREAS Our Beloved the Right Worshipful Philip Tisdall Esquire Doctor of Laws Our Comissary in the said Court in a certain Business of accepting or refusing Letters of administration of the Goods and so forth unadministered of the said Elizabeth Bunbury commonly called Dame Elizabeth Irwin, deceased, with her Will annexed otherwise of granting and committing the same to Samuel Johnson, Principal Creditor of the said deceased Which for some time was moved and deponded in Judgement before him between the said Samuel Johnson the Party Promoting the said Business of the one part and Mary Mackphreadris widow Relict and administratrix of the Goods and so forth of John Mackphreadris Esq. deceased Intestate who was whilst living sole Executor and Residuary Legatee named in the Will of the said Elizabeth Bunbury commonly called Dame Elizabeth Irwin deceased, the Party against whom the said Business was promoted of the other part rightly and duly proceeding Did at the petition of the proctor(?) of the said Samuel Johnson (in pain of the Confumary of the Party Impugnant being thrice publickly called and no way appearing) Decree Letters of Administration of the Goods and so forth unadministered with the Will annexed of the said Elizabeth Bunbury commonly called Dame Elizabeth Irwin deceased And We being desirous and so forth You being first sworn (saving and so forth) DATED the nineteenth day of February in the year of Our Lord 1750 and he has to exhibit an Inventary on or before the last day of August next Envinoing //~

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This item was sent to us by Cara (in Tasmania) which was found by Cara's husband in Dublin and it appears on this website with the kind permission of Mr. Turtle Bunbury c2008 in Ireland.

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