Wills: Antrim - Mawheney, John February 16, 1816

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Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: February 16, 1816

This is to certify this is the last Will & Testament of John
Mawheney of Belfast in the County of Antrim So will I leave
& bequeath to my own daughter An Jean Kerr twenty pounds in
cash my Copper kettle & her choice of the furniture & I
leave to my Grandson John Kerr thirty pounds in money & the
house I am now living in in Nelson Street only him giving
during the life of his Mother two Apartments in it free of
rent and I leave to Mary Kerr my Granddaughter twenty pounds
in cash not to be lifted till she come to age or decently
married & the remainder of my money after the above sums is
to defray my funeral expences & if any left after it is to
be divided alike to get mourning Cloaths John Kerr my
Grandson his money is to school and get him a Trade as far
as it will go to the Lease of Mr Smith’s I likewise leave to
my Grandson John Kerr given under my hand & seal in Town of
Belfast in County Antrim this 16th of febry in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred & sixteen _ John
Mawheney _

Witness present James
Boyd _ Jno Mulholland

21 June 1821 Administration with Will annexed to Thomas Kerr
Husband and Administrator of Ann Jane Kerr deceased while
living Daughter and only Child of the deceased and only
person entitled to undisposed Residue of the Estate
PCC Prob 11/1644