Will:  Flynn, Patrick July 29, 1749

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning 
ros.dunning@outlook.com May 26, 2018, 11:07 am


Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: July 29, 1749
Recorded: May 25, 2018

In the Name of God Amen I Patrick Flyn of the City of Dublin 
Poulterryman being Sick and Weak in Body but of Perfect Mind 
and Sound disposing Memory do order this my last Will and 
Testament in manner and form following first I recommend my 
Soul to God Almighty my Creator in hopes of the Tenderness 
of his Mercy that he will take Compassion on it and have it 
Chosen among the Elect my Body to be buried at the 
discretion of my friends in the Church Yard of .........           
after a decent manner as my Circumstances will allow 
Secondly I leave and bequeath unto my dear and loving Wife 
all the debts due to me as likewise all my Worldly Substance 
and if the Prize Money depending in England be recovered I 
order and it is my Will that it shall be given in Trust to 
my Brother John Flinn for the use of my Child Francis Flinn 
deducting out of the said Sume the Sum of Twenty five Pounds 
which is to be given to my dear Wife I also order and direct 
that my outstanding Debts may be called in in order to 
discharge my Debts and defray my funeral Expences and I 
order my Brother John Flinn and my dear Wife to be Executors 
of this my last Will and Testament revoking all other Wills 
made by me In Witness whereof I have hereunto Put my hand 
and Seal this 29th day of July 1749 forty nine Pattk Flynn 
Signed Sealed and Published in Presence of us James Thorne 
Patt Connolly
9 June 1750 Administration with Will annexed to James Kelly 
Attorney of Bridget Flynn Widow and John Flynn
PCC Prob11/780