WILLS: Fitzsimmons, John January 26, 1830

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning
ros.dunning@outlook.com May 11, 2019, 12:52 pm


Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: January 26, 1830
Recorded: May 11, 2019

Extracted from the Registry of the Consistorial Court of
I John Fitzsimmons of Blackwatertown in the County of Armagh
Surgeon Do hereby make and publish this my last Will and
Testament in manner following Viz my just dents and funeral
expences being first paid I give and bequeath unto John
Alexander Sturgeon the son of my late Niece and now a
Student of Medicine all my right title and Interest in the
house in Blackwatertown which I now inhabit together with my
household Furniture Wardrobe and Linen The remaider of my
property (which consists principally of English 3 P Cent
Consols Money in the Provincial Bank of Armagh and a debt
due by Marsh Stracey & Co of London Bankrupts) I bequeath to
the said John Alexander Sturgeon and his three sisters Jane
Mary and Ann to be divided equally amongst them thus
constituting these four persons my residuary legatees
subject however to the following legacies To my relation
Walter Leatham I leave ten guineas To my servant Biddy I
leave six guineas and suitable Mourning for situation
together with bedding in her room To Edward Eyre Benjm Eyre
and James Eyre Jackson I leave each a Mourning Ring with
suitable inscription which they will accept as a lasting
memorial of that Friendship which has so uniformly subsisted
from our earliest acquaintance To my sincere friend Benjm
Eyre of Maydown I leave my Spectacles and case To my
favourite William Eyre London I leave my silver snuff box I
hereby appoint The Reverend Alexander Sturgeon the Father of
my said residuary Legatees the Executor of this my last Will
In Witness whereof I have fixed my hand and seal this twenty
sixth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and thirty John Fitzsimmons
(Attestation Clause)
Thos Eyre _ John Eyre
Proved at London 17 March 1830
PCC Prob11/1768