Will: Warner, Joseph March 17, 1807

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning 


Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: March 17, 1807
Recorded: December 18, 1833

Extracted from the Registry of the Consistorial and
Metropolitical Court of Dublin
In the Name of God Amen I Joseph Warner of the City Quay in 
the City of Dublin Merchant being in perfect sound mind 
memory and understanding praise be to God for the same do 
make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner 
and form following that is to say I desire and request that 
from and immediately after my decease all my Stock in Trade 
Plate household furniture houses land Carriages and Horses 
of every kind shall be sold to the best advantage by my 
Executors herein after named and the money arising from such 
sale to be laid out at interest by my sd Executors on the 
best security that can or may be had or gotten for the same 
I leave and bequeath to my dear Wife Eleanor Warner the 
interest of One thousand pounds (part of the produce of said 
property so to be sold) for and during the term of her 
natural life And from and immediately after her decease I 
leave and bequeath the interest of the said sum of One 
thousand pounds unto my daughter Eleanor Jane Elizabeth 
Scott orwise Warner now married to William Scott of the City 
of Dublin Mariner during the term of her natural life and 
that the said Elinor Jane Elizabeth shall at the time of her 
decease have and be entitled to said sum of One thousand 
pounds and at liberty by her last Will and Testament by her 
duly executed to leave and bequeath the same to and amongst 
such Children as she may have at the time of her decease 
share and share alike but not to be disposed of otherwise in 
case of her having such children and if she shall not have 
issue at the time of her decease then to dispose of said one 
thousand by her will to such person or persons and in such 
manner & proportions as she may think proper And as to all 
the rest residue and remainder of every property of every 
nature and kind soever whether by Annuitys Legacies or 
otherwise whereof I shall die seized and possessed I leave 
and bequeath unto my said dear Wife Eleanor Warner to be 
disposed of in any manner she may think proper And I do 
hereby appoint her my residuary Legatee of this my last Will 
hereby revoking all or any former or other Will or Wills by 
me heretofore made And I do hereby appoint James Collins of 
Denzill Street in the City of Dublin Esquire and Benjamin 
Hill of the City Quay in said City Gent Executors of this my 
last Will and Testament with a request that they will take 
upon them the care of the execution thereof In Testimony 
whereof I have hereunto put my hand & seal this seventeenth 
day of March in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight 
hundred and seven Joseph Warner
(Attestation Clause)
Edwd Walsh _ Andw O Reilly _ Wm Kavanagh Junr
Proved at London 28 December 1833 by Benjamin Hill having 
made a solemn and sincere declaration or affirmation power 
reserved to other Executor
PCC Prob11/1825