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Wallace Hale's Early New Brunswick Probate, 1785-1835

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Reference7299
Family NameALLANSHAW
Given NamesJanet Catharine
Was there a Will? No
Was an inventory completed? No
Date of inventory1820-04-04
Date administration granted1820-01-21
CountyCharlotte
ParishSt. Patrick
Probate is for a woman? Yes
Abstract references a vessel? No
Abstract Parish of St. Patrick, Charlotte County. Intestate. Administration granted 21 January 1820 to James ALLANSHAW, merchant, St. Patrick. Fellow bondsmen Christopher SCOTT and John STRANG, merchants, St. Andrews. Inventory, dated 4 April 1820, valued at £1,000 by John H. ARMSTRONG, Malcolm McFARLANE and Lauchlan CAMERON refers to deed 13 September 1817 James & Janet Catharine ALLANSHAW to John McMASTER, Liber E, pages 342-3, and lists no other assets.
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