Wills: Logan, John August 3, 1852

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WILLS: LOGAN, JOHN AUGUST 3, 1852

Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: August 3, 1852
Recorded: November 17, 2017

In the Name of God Amen I John Logan of Upper
Calmore in the Parish of Kilcronaghan being at present
thank God for his Mercies in good health  strong in mind
and judgment but not knowing when it may please the
Almighty  to take me from hence Do make this my last
Will and Testament revoking all  former Wills or
Testaments made by me that is to say I appoint
nominate and  constitute John Sheil of Creagh Farmer
and Francis Logan of Rices Island or  Creagh Farmer my
Trustees and Executors of this my last Will and
Testament I  therefore bequeath to them in trust all I
may die possessed of for money  houses and farm
chattles and stock of cattle etc.etc. of whatever nature
or  kind to be applied by them the said Trustees and
Executors in the manner  following viz. I allow all my just
debts and funeral charges to be paid To  my nephew
James Logan now in my house residing with me I
bequeath all my  money in bank and otherwise as also
property real and chattles to which I  have or can have
any claims To the Widow of my Brother Dick I bequeath
the  sum of twenty pounds sterling and to the children
of my brother Patrick I  bequeath the sum of five
shillings each this as well as Widow Jane Logan's  money
viz. 20 is to be paid by my nephew James Logan the
second son of my  brother Dick An inventory and
valuation to be made of all that I possess or  can claim
and the Legatees to be paid immediately after my
funeral as well  as my debts Given under my hand and
seal this 3rd day of August 1852 John Logan X his Mark

Witnesses: Samuel Otterson _ John Conway _ Francis
Otterson. Personal Appearance by Samuel Otterson of
Magherafolt in the County of  Londonderry Tailor 14
March 1854)

Proved at London 21 March 1854
PCC Prob11/2188