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

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Reference7321
Family NameANGUS
Given NamesMary
Was there a Will? Yes
Date of Will1822-01-16
Date Will was proved1822-02-27
Was an inventory completed? Yes
Date of inventory1822-02-28
CountyQueens
ParishWaterborough
Probate is for a woman? Yes
Abstract references a vessel? No
Abstract Parish of Waterborough, Queens County, Widow. Will dated 16 January 1822, proved 27 February 1822. Son Silas Lot 27. Son Abijah £25. Son William Lot 28. Daughter Elizabeth a cow. Daughters Hannah, Elizabeth and Sarah each £5 and the household furniture. Grandsons George, Edwin and Andrew each £10 at age 21. Grandsons William SIMPSON and Charles GARRISON each £5. Grand-daughter Mary GARRISON £15. Sons Silas and William Lot 29 and all the livestock. Sons Silas and William executors (named as "Silas GARRISON" and "William GARRISON" in all probate documents and relative documents so signed). Witnesses: John McLEAN, Allan McLEAN, John FERRIS Junr. Inventory, dated 28 February 1822, valued at £100 by William COLWELL and Archelaus PURDY. Supplementary inventory on 2 March 1822 increased the total value to £401.
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