Meath - Wills: McGusty, Barry January 24, 1814

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning
May 27, 2018, 6:35 am


Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: January 24, 1814
Recorded: May 27, 2018

In the Name of God Amen I The Reverend Barry McGusty Vicar
of the Parish of Galtrim in the Diocese and County of Meath
being of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding
do make publish and declare this my last Will and Testament
hereby revoking all former Wills by me at any time
heretofore made I bequeath my soul to Almighty God hoping
through the merits and mediation of my Blessed Saviour to
enjoy a happy Eternity Pursuant to a Power given to me for
that purpose by the last Will of my late Uncle Daniel
McGusty late of the city of Dublin Esquire deceased I do
hereby charge and incumber the land of Lisphilly (?)and
other lands situated in the county of Roscommon with the
Payment of the annual Sum of sixty Pounds sterling to be
paid to my dearly beloved Wife Jemima McGusty and her
assigns yearly and every year for and during the term of her
natural life by half yearly Payments on every first day of
May and first day of November in every year the first
payment thereof to begin and be made on such of the said
days as shall next happen after my decease I do also charge
my said Estate in the County of Roscommon with the Payment
of the Sum of one thousand Pounds Sterling to be paid to and
among such of my younger as shall be living at the time of
my decease share and share alike I also give and devise unto
my said dear Wife all such Property of what nature soever to
which I am intitled in her right situate in Great Britain to
hold to her and her assigns for and during the term of her
natural life And after her decease to go to and among her
younger children by her in such shares and proportions as
she shall by deed or will direct or appoint And I bequeath
unto my said dear Wife the Sum of one hundred pounds And I
do hereby declare that the Provision of this my Will made
for my said dear Wife shall be in lieu bar and full
satisfaction of all claims or demands which she can or may
have or be entitled by marriage settlement out of any estate
real freehold or personal of which I shall be seized
Possessed of or intitled unto I give and bequeath to my
eldest son George McGusty my Gold Watch and have not by this
Will made any further provision for him inasmuch as a
provision has been made for him by the Will of my said late
Uncle Daniel McGusty and such omission does not proceed from
any want of affection for my said son George as he has ever
been a dutiful and affectionate son I give and devise unto
my second son John Murray McGusty my holding in the Town of
Marvan in the county of Meath which I hold by virtue of a
lease for three lives with a covenant for renewal for ever
to me thereof made by Thomas Barry late of Leighabrook
Esquire deceased and by me granted and demised unto Peter
Daly late of Mavan deceased for a like term of three lives
renewable for ever to hold unto my said son John Murray
McGusty his heirs and assigns for ever subject to the
Payment of the yearly rent thereout received and made
payable And as to all the rest residue and remainder of such
Personal fortune Goods and chattles rights and hedits as
shall be possessed of or intitled unto at the time of my
decease I leave and bequeath the same and every Part thereof
unto such of my younger Children as shall be living at the
time of my decease And I do hereby nominate constitute and
appoint the Revd Philip Barry of Boyne Hill in the County of
Meath Clerk the Revd George Connor Prebend of Castle knock
in the Diocese and County of Dublin my said dear Wife Jemima
McGusty and my brother George McGusty of the city of Dublin
Guardians of the Persons and fortunes of my said eldest son
George McGusty and such of my younger Children as shall be
living at the time of my decease and also Executors of this
my last Will Witness whereof I have hereunto signed my name
and affixed my seal this twenty fourth day of January in the
year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fourteen
Barry McGusty
(Attestation Clause)
Willm Morris _ Henry Morris _ Jno Timmon
Proved at London 13 October 1814
PCC Prob11/1561