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

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Reference7554
Family NameBURR
Given NamesEdward
Was there a Will? Yes
Date of Will1834-03-20
Date Will was proved1835-01-09
Was an inventory completed? No
CountySaint John
ParishCity of Saint John
Abstract references Blacks, Freemen,
Servants and/or Slaves?
Yes
Probate is for a woman? No
Abstract references a vessel? No
Abstract City of Saint John, St. John County, Coloured Man. Will dated 20 March 1834, proved 9 January 1835. Wife Amy BURR the west half of Lot 1133 at the Lower Cove, fronting on the south side of St. James Street, with the dwelling house where I reside and two-thirds of my furniture and other personal property. Daughters Rosanna BURR and Margaret BURR the eastern half of Lot 1133 and one-third of my personal estate. Thomas SANDALL Esq. sole executor. Witnesses: Daniel ANSLEY, Ewen CAMERON, Andrew GARRISON. File contains an undated petition of John SANDALL, one of the administrators of the estate of Thomas SANDALL, stating Thomas SANDALL died before taking the oath of executor in the matter of the estate of Edward BURR and prays that administration of Edward BURR's estate be granted to him.
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