Will of Mary Fitzpatrick, deceased
Certified Copy for Reg of Deeds
This is the last will and testament of Mary Fitzpatrick of Millsville in the County of Pictou and Province of Nova Scotia
I devise and bequeath to my son Harold Walter Fitzpatrick all my personal property except the organ, also all my deeds and real estate absolutely forever
I devise and bequeath to George Young my organ unless it is sold upon my death
I hereby nominate and appoint my son John Fitzpatrick of Scotsburn and Alexander Conway of Millsville as executors of this my last will and Testament
Signed Mary Fitzpatrick
Signed Jane Young
Signed Luther Young
Signed this 16th day of May 1900.
County of Pictou S.S.
In the Court of Probate
I John D. McLeod Registrar of said Court do hereby certify that the foregoing paper writing is a true copy of the last Will and Testament of Mary Fitzpatrick late of Millsville in said County Widow deceased which said will was duly admitted to Probate in said Court at Pictou on the 3rd. day of May AD 1902.
Witness my hand at Pictou aforesaid this 3rd. day of May AD 1902. John D. MacLeod Registrar
Stamp - PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA, REGISTRAR OF DEEDS Office, County of Pictou, JUL 3 1902 I certify that the within instrument was duly registered at 11 AM of the above day in Book 3, page 375,376 on the certificate of John D. MacLeod Reg John Yorston Registrar.
Vault - Registry of Deeds Shelf
|File number:||15W - 2024F|
|Contributor:||Judy Cormier | View all submissions|
|Tags:||Mary Fitzpatrick of Millsville, Widow, 1900, Harold Walter Fitzpatrick, George Young, John Fitzpatrick of Scotsburn, Alexander Young of Millsville, Jane Young, Luther Young|
|Uploaded on:||March 28, 2015|