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

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Reference7300
Family NameALLEN
Given NamesAnne
Was there a Will? Yes
Date of Will1832-10-31
Date Will was proved1834-04-04
Was an inventory completed? No
Date administration granted1834-04-28
CountyYork
ParishFredericton
Probate is for a woman? Yes
Abstract references a vessel? No
Abstract Parish of Fredericton, York County, Spinster. Will dated 31 October 1832, proved 4 April 1834. Niece Sarah Jane KENAH "(who is now labouring under a painful disease but who may still be restored by our Almighty Father)" entire estate. Aunt ALLEN and sister Elizabeth each an annuity of £5. Mentions sisters Charlotte, Margaret, Sarah, Fanny and an un-named brother. Nephews Henry and William KENAH each £5. Brother's son John and his daughter Ann £5. Nieces Emmer Carleton KENAH and Charlotte Allen KENAH each £100. Sabina GRANT, an old servant, annuity of £2 for comfortable clothing. Samuel McCARTY £2. George [LEEHR] £2. Mentions small sums reverting when elder sister and aunt die. If Sarah Jane KENAH dies, estate to Charlotte Anne KENAH, and in the event of her death, to be divided between sister Mary's children, half to Emma Carleton KENAH, the other half between Henry and William KENAH. Witnesses: Henry George CLOPPER, Joseph BEEK, William KENAH. No executors named. Administration granted 28 April 1834 to Margaret ALLEN of Kingsclear and Frances ALLEN of Fredericton, fellow-bondsmen Hon. John S. SAUNDERS and James TAYLOR Junr.
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