WILLS: Malone, Mary May 18, 1820

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning
ros.dunning@outlook.com November 11, 2017, 9:25 am


Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: May 18, 1820
Recorded: November 11, 2017

In the Name of God Amen I Mary Malone of the City of Armagh
Widow conscious of this life's duration do publish this my
last Will and Testament in manner following that is to say
first I order and direct that my Mother Rose Rider in case
she survives me shall be paid the yearly Sum of fifty Pounds
Sterling of good and lawful money of Great Britain to be
paid by my Executors by two equal half yearly payments that
is to say on every first day of May & first day of November
I give devise and bequeath to my half Sister Anne Clarke
otherwise Stewart the Sum of twenty Pounds Sterling I give
and bequeath to my Aunt Anne Giffer otherwise Stewart the
Sum of ten Pounds Sterling I give devise and bequeath to
Patrick Campbell of the City of Armagh who is at present in
the employment of Arthur Irwin Keeley Esquire the Sum of
twenty Pounds Sterling I give to repairs and support of the
Roman Catholic Chapel in Armagh fifty pounds I give devise
and bequeath to the Resident Parish Priest of the City of
Armagh and his Successors the Sum of fifty pounds for the
purpose of celebrating the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for
the repose of my Soul I give to the Reverend Peter Calmer
ten pounds for the like purpose I order and direct that my
Property goods & Chattels of what nature or kind soever in
India whereof I am in any way seized and possessed shall
immediately after my decease be converted into cash and the
amount to be remitted to Leonard Dobbir Esquire senior of
Armagh in the Kingdom of Ireland and to be applied by him
his Heirs Executors and Administrators to the uses intents
and purposes of this my Will I further order and direct that
in the event of my death on the Passage from Europe to the
Great Indies all my Goods and Property then in my Possession
shall be lodged with John Palmer Esquire from Calcutta the
amount of the sale and produce of which he will also remit
to Mr Dobbir Esquire above mentioned All the rest and
residue of my Property after Payment of the legacies I give
to the Parish Priest of Armagh and the Reverend Mr Colmear
to be applied by them and appropriated to charitable
purposes Particularly the Poor Roman Catholic Widows and
Orphans as they may deem most worthy and that they may
mutually consult each other with regard to the real utility
of the application I approve and constitute John Palmer
Esquire of Calcutta and Leonard Dobbir Esquire of the City
of Armagh Senior the Executors of this my Will revoking all
others heretofore made In Witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and hand the eighteenth day of May in the Year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty at Armagh
in the County of Armagh Ireland
_ Mary Malone
(Attestation Clause)
Phelix Cox _ John Davidson Junr _ Henry Savage _ P Campbell
Proved at London 21 January 1826 by oath of Leonard Dobbin
in the Will
written Dobbir Power reserved to John Palmer
PCC Prob11/1707