Found on LDS Reel 0861203, page 461.
Will of Catherine Murphy
I Catherine Murphy of New London in the Island of Prince Edward being in sound mind memory and understanding and being at this present time thanks to the Supreme Being do make my last will and Testament as follows that this is to say in the first place I Bequeath to my daughter Nancy Murphy fifteen acres of my land situated on Township number twenty during her natural life and at her decease to be bequeathed by her to any of the relatives of the family she may please in consideration thereof John and Peter Murphy the Executors to have full power to manage the affairs and have full power to look upon the said property and that she the said Nancy should be governed by them in all matters concerning said property and that no timber shall be sold without consent of said Executors and to my son Charles Murphy I bequeath fifteen acres of my land situated on Township number twenty for his natural life and at his decease shall be bequeathed by him to any of the relations of the family he may please in consideration thereof John and Peter Murphy to have full power to manage the affairs and look after said property and the said Charles Murphy shall be governed by them in all maters concerning said Property and that no lumber shall be sold without consent of said Executors.
In Witness whereof I have hetherto set my hand and seal this the nineteenth day of March 1856. In the presence of Witness, Will'm Man, John Murphy, Peter Murphy his mark.
Catherine Murphy, her mark.
The foregoing will or will & cordiul, were proved on the words of John Murphy a subscribing witness to each on the 11th July 1872.