Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

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

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Family NameALLISON
Given NamesSarah
Was there a Will? Yes
Date of Will1808-03-18
Date Will was proved1808-08-03
Was an inventory completed? No
Probate is for a woman? Yes
Abstract references a vessel? No
Abstract Parish of Maugerville, Sunbury County, widow. Will dated 18 March 1808, proved 13 August 1808. Nephew Theodorus CLOWS dwelling and lot purchased from Stephen PINE in Maugerville, and £300 at age 21, my furniture, cattle, utensils and implements. George CLOWS, the Natural Son of my brother Gerardus CLOWS to be supported until age 14 and then put to trade, and £300 at age 21. The sum of £40 to be put out at interest and the interest paid annually to my servant woman Peg. To the children of my brother Joseph CLOWS, Timothy, Mary, Edward, Gerardus, John and William, each £10. To Maria ROTHORY, niece of late husband, Capt. Edward ALLISON, £30. Cousin Milly CLOWS £20. Cousin Thomas CLOWS 20 [pounds] in trust for support of his sister Eleta CLOWS, wife of [Morris] SIMONSON and upon her decease, divided among her children. Cousins Samuel CLOWS and John LANGDON £25 each. My aged and respected friend Jemimah [GIBSON] £10. Brother Joseph CLOWS residue of estate. Thomas HORSFIELD, John ROBINSON, Charles T. PETERS, all of St. John County, executors. Witnesses: Richard CARMAN, Sarah CARMAN, James PETERS.
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