Antrim Wills: O’Hara, Eugene April 1, 1805

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning


Source: National Archives London
Written: April 1, 1805
Recorded: January 8, 2019

In the Name of God Amen I Eugin O'Hara of Ballylissan parish
of Ballychigg County of Antrim being weak of body but of
sound Mind and Judgment do make and Publish this my last
Will and testament in manner following viz I leave to my two
Brothers Daniel and Henry O'Hara one hundred pounds viz to
each fifty pounds to each of my two Sisters Catherine and
Rose O'Hara Ten Pounds to my Brother Patrick O'Hara I
bequeath forty Pounds I also allow and order twenty pounds
to defray my funeral Expences and Debts the above devise is
the remainder and residue of two hundred pounds left me by
my late Uncle Henry O’Hara of Pimlico London I bequeath to
each of my Sisters Catherine and Rose O’Hara Two hundred
pounds I leave to my Brother Patrick Two hundred pounds and
the Residue of all my property I bequeath to my two Brothers
Daniel and Henry O ‘Hara with the exception of Ten pounds
Stock to e gven viz five pounds to the poor of this parish
and the other five pounds to assist in erecting the Chapel
now spoken of to be built in this parish I constitute and
appoint my Brothers Patrick and Daniel O'Hara to be my whole
and sole Executors of this my last Will and testament and
the same I sign as this my last Will and testament being
first only read before signing in the presence of Eugene
O'Hara x his mark John Fitzsimmons _ Patk Loom Dated this
1st April 1805
Proved at London 20 September 1805
PCC Prob11/1431