WILL OF ANGUS MCLEAN OF LITTLE SANDS
I Angus McLean of Little Sands Lot 64, P. E. I. being of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and publish this as my last will and testament.
I hereby appoint Donald McNeill and J. D. Mathieson to be the executors of my will.
I hereby bequeath to my beloved son Alexander my farm of forty acres with implements and stock subject to the following conditions: That he will maintain his Mother in all the necessaries of life. That she will not be subjected to ill treatment or Harsh language. That she will have the privilege of being driven to church or any place she may need whenever convenient. That she will have command in the house as long as she lives. All these considerations in lieu of any claim she may have for dower.
For my beloved daughter Katie that she also will have a home and a room of her own with said son Alexander as long as she lives.
For my beloved son Findley that he shall have one cow off the farm whenever he will demand it.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 12th Oct 1894.
in presence of
(signed) Angus McLean
John D. Mathieson
This will was proved on the 4th day of March 1895 on the oath of John D. Mathieson one of the subscribing witnesses thereto before Commissioner John Kiley? and was filed and Registered on the 17th March 1896.
As Certified by-
Judge of Probate
Note: Angus MacLean is the son-in law of the "Angus Blue" will that Alec Blue submitted. Angus and his wife Mary are mentioned in Angus Blues' will.