While our general rule for putting on lineages is to include only those which were proved prior to 1900 to protect the privacy of the families, the beneficiaries of this will are no longer living, so it had been accepted for posting.
Will of Mary CanteloLiber 20 Folio 260
I Mary Cantelo - Widow of John S. Cantelo of Glenfanning, Lot 54 being of sound and disposing mind and memory do hereby make and publish this as and for my last will and testament hereby revoking and making void every and all other will or wills by me at any time heretofore made and first I direct my executors hereinafter named to pay all my just debts, funeral expenses and expenses incident to the administration of my estate as soon as reasonably may be after my decease
Item: I give devise and bequeath to my Grandson William Cantelo,son of Dougald Cantelo of Glenfanning Lot 54 the fifty acres of land on which I have been and now living on with all buildings on the same bounded on the East by land held by John McLellan, on the south by Anthony Campbell, on the West by land held by my son Dougald Cantelo and on the North by the Seven Mile Road to have and to hold his heirs, administrators, executors and assigns forever.
Item: I give my daughter Catherine Lamont all the money I have in the Saving Bank in my name.
Item: All the rest residue and remainder of my estate real, personal and mixed I will leave for my children to arrange between themselves.
Item: I do hereby nominate Philip W. Acorn and Simon Cantelo to be the executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourteenth of June A.D. 1915.
(Signed) Mary Cantelo
Signed sealed published and declared
By Mary Cantelo the above named
Testator as and for her last will and
Testament in the presence of us at
her request in her presence and in
the presence of each other have
hereunto subscribed our names as
(Signed) Philip W. Acorn
( " ) Samuel Acorn