The Last Will and Testament of George Duffy, (-1870, Lot 27)Liber 8 Folio 227
In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost Amen I George Duffy P.E.I. Prince County Lot a Township No 27 though weak in Body but sound in memory disposed my earthly estate or Capital as follows that is to say to my Son James Duffy I leave seventy five pounds thirteen shillings and two pence currency; also to my daughter Ann seventy four pounds thirteen shillings and two pence currency. Also to my daughter Mary seventy four pounds thirteen shillings and two pence currency. Also to my Son John Duffy I leave seventy four pounds thirteen shillings and two pence and a red mare that I have now at present. I also give to my Son John Duffy also waggon harness with other articles now here at present, also to his son Little John I give the Colt that I bought from his Father my son John. I also leave the Reverend Patrick Doyle ten pounds currency for offering masses for my souls and my wife’s soul; also Edward Duffy’s daughter Ann’s soul and funeral attendance, also my Son George’s soul.
I further allow Patrick Murphy and Patrick Duffy to be my Executors. I acknowledge this to be my last will and testament.
sg George x Duffy
This will was proved on 18th November 1870 on the oath of Peter Duffy, a subscribing withess, and the Executors having renounced, on the same letters of administration cum testamento annexo were granted to John Duffy and James Duffy. Charlottetown
Judge of probate