Antrim Wills: Cairns, Nathaniel June 11, 1818

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning


Source: National Archives London
Written: June 11, 1818
Recorded: January 10, 2020

Park Mount 11th June 1818 In the Name of God Amen I
Nathaniel Cairns formerly of the City of Dublin but at
Present residing in Park Mount in the County of Antrim in
the Parish of Belfast do this make my last Will and
Testament as follows namely that is to say I do leave my
poor Soul to its Maker very ardently praying acceptance of
it through the intervention of my blessed Redeemer which God
in mercy grant I leave to my only son William Cairns my
entire property of every description or of whatever
denomination it may be for his sole use for himself and his
family for ever Subject to the following bequests to
Catherine Kenly my Servant and kind nurstender in my house
ten pounds per year during her life and to all Servants that
may be in my service at my death a reward as to my Son
William Cairns who is my only and sole Executor what he may
feel them entitled to to Catherine Keene now Patterson of
Belfast fifty pounds _ Nath Cairns

(Appearance of Richard Williams of City of Dublin Esq as to
manner and character of handwriting of deceased 31 March
1819)  Proved at London 22 January 1824 PCC Prob11/1680