Antrim Wills: O'Neill, Terence August 30, 1791

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning


Source: National Archives London
Written: August 30, 1791
Recorded: January 11, 2019

In the Name of God Amen I Terance O'Neil of Carrickfergus
being sick in body but thanks be to God of sound judgment
and memory considering the uncertainties and frailties of
human life make and publish this as my last Will and
Testament in the manner following that is to say I commend
my Soul to Almighty God from whom I received it and my body
to the dust to be interred in a decent manner and in the
most convenient place secondly as to my worldly Effects when
all Demands as Debts on me is paid I give and bequeath to my
Dear Wife Jane O Neil all my Money Goods Chattels and Debts
which I did possess before death and also to her Heirs for
ever all the Lands Tenements and Inheritances together with
all Remainders and Reversions of Lands that I am now
possessed or entitled to 3dly I leave to my oldest Son
Charles O'Neil one shilling and one penny Also to Terence
O'Neil my second Son one shilling and one penny Also to
James O'Neil my youngest Son one shilling and one penny Also
to my Daughter Jane O'Neil one shilling and one penny And I
do hereby nominate appoint and constitute Jane O Neil my
dear Wife to be my sole Executrix of this my last Will and
Testament I hereby revoked all former Wills and Testaments
In Witness whereof I have hitherto set my hand and Seal this
thirtieth day of August in the Year of our Lord One thousand
seven hundred and ninety one Terence O'Neil
(Attestation Clause)
Alex Gunning _ Robt Clements _ Saml McCrea
28 January 1792 Administration with Will annexed to Wiliam
Ely Cook lawful Attorney to Jane O’Neill Widow now residing
at Carrickfergus
PCC Prob11/1213