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

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Reference7350
Family NameBAILEY
Given NamesElizabeth
Was there a Will? Yes
Date Will was proved1829-12-21
Was an inventory completed? No
CountySaint John
ParishCity of Saint John
Probate is for a woman? Yes
Abstract references a vessel? No
Abstract City of Saint John, St. John County. Will dated [blank] January 1829, proved 21 December 1829. Daughter Mary BAILEY one half of Lot 832 with the house, adjoining the property of Robert HARRIS in Duke Street, with all my household furniture. To Margaret BAILEY, the adopted daughter of the late Barzillah BAILEY, the other half of house and Lot 832 when she comes to age 21 years. Sons George BAILEY, William BAILEY and Oliver BAILEY each £100. Children of my daughter Elizabeth MOREY, deceased, £100 to be divided among them. Children of daughter Frances ANSLEY, deceased, £100 to be divided among them. Son William BAILEY and Daniel ANSLEY executors. Witnesses: Robert JAMES, William G. MELICK.
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