Will: Hogan, Margaret January 14, 1848

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning 
ros.dunning@outlook.com January 11, 2018, 2:48 pm


Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: January 14, 1848
Recorded: January 11, 2017

On the fourteenth day of January one thousand eight hundred 
and forty eight I Margaret Hogan of Carlernebansbeg in the 
County of Limerick Widow of Michael Hogan being weak in body 
but of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding do 
make and publish this as my last Will and Testament hereby 
revoking and annulling all former wills Whereas I am now 
entitled to a certain interest in the portion of the 
Townland of Carlernebansbeg on which I reside and also in 
the houses and lands thereon now occupied by David Browne 
Terence McMahon John Griffen Michael Murnane and Michael 
Browne as tenants and .... I give devise and bequeath all my 
estate right title and interest therein to my beloved 
daughter Grace Miniter for her own sole and separate use 
during her lifetime free and clear from all controul of her 
present or any future husband and from all debts contracted 
by him with power to my said daughter by any deed executed 
by her or by her last Will and Testament to devise or 
distribute the same to and amongst her children in such 
shares or proportions as she may think fit And whereas I am 
also entitled to certain bequests under the Will of the late 
Robert Supple of Bristol I hereby give devise and bequeath 
the same in as ample a manner as I am or may become entitled 
thereto and any benefit or advantage to which I am entitled 
under said Will of said Robert Supple whether the property 
be freehold or chattel unto my said beloved daughter Grace 
Miniter free from the debts or controul of her said husband 
as aforesaid And I appoint my said daughter My residuary 
Legatee and Executrix of this my Will and I also appoint 
Patrick Griffen Esquire of Falry Lawn and my Grandson John 
Miniter to be joint Executors with her Margaret Hogan X her 
(Attestation Clause 14 January 1848)
Martin McNamara _ Joseph Donovan (Appearance by Martin 
McNamara of Longhill in the County of Limerick 5 February 
Proved at London 8 February 1850 to Grace Miniter Wife of 
John Miniter and Patrick Griffin power reserved to John 
Miniter the Grandson
PCC Prob11/2107