Will of Martin McInnis of Prince Edward Island (-1880, St. Peters)


Last Will and Testament of Martin McInnis

St. Peterís Bay Prince E. Island

The Last Will and Testament of Martin McInnis, St. Peterís Bay. Know all men by this presents that.

I Martin McInnis of St Peterís Bay, Prince Edward Island, farmer, being of sound mind and memory, do make this my last will and testament.

First, I give and bequeath to my wife Mary McInnis during her lifetime all my property (including my farm and all my farming implements and stock that is on my farm) providing my said wife Mary McInnis doe not marry. Should my said wife Marry McInnis marry; then it is my will that she should have none of my property.

Second, It is my will that that all my property should go and be held by Francis Patrick McInnis, my son, at the death of my wife Mary McInnis.

It is also my will that should my said wife Mary McInnis get married that all I have willed to her should be in the possession of my said son Francis Patrick McInnis immediately after my wifeís marriage.

It is also my will that my wife Mary McInnis should keep my property as a home for my children during their that shall they arrive at the age of twenty one years, and should my said wife Mary McInnis die or marry before my said children arrive at the before mentioned, then it is my will that my son the said Francis McInnis should provide and keep in comfortable circumstances my said children.

I appoint my brother George McInnis, farmer, of St Peterís Bay, and Donald McInnis, St Peterís Bay, farmer, executors of this my last will and testament. In witness a thereof, I the said Martin McInnis set my hand and seal hereunto this third day of December 1880.

(Sgd) Martin McInnis

Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Martin McInnis as and for his last will and testament in presence of us, who in his presence, and in the presence of rack others, and at his request have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses.

(Sgd) Hilary McIsaac
(Sgd) Olive Anderson

This will was proved on the 13th December 1880, on the oath of Hilary McIsaac, a subscribing witness before Co--- ----dine, and ---- filed and ---- d on the 31st Dec. 1880. Donald McInnis filed his renunciation of the office of Executor.

Charles Young Judge of Probate

On October 6, 1881, Both executors having renounced I granted the administration -----testament ----- to the widow Mary McInnis.


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