Will: Duffy, Bernard August 16, 1819

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File contributed by: Rosalind Dunning 
ros.dunning@outlook.com September 24, 2017, 3:10 am


Source: National Archives Kew England
Written: August 16, 1819
Recorded: September 24, 2017

In the Name of God Amen The last Will and Testament of 
Bernard Duffy farrier Captn Frazer's Troop of 8th or Kings 
Royal Irish Regiment of Light Dragoons I Bernard Duffy of 
Troop & Regiment aforesaid being in sound mind memory and 
judgment though weak in body do make this my last Will and 
Testament hereby revoking all former Wills and Testaments 
made by me I will and bequeath to my much beloved mother 
Ally Duffy residing in the Town of Monaghan Parish of 
Monaghan County of Monaghan Ireland all the Property I may 
die possessed of including every particle of it such as 
ready money sums due me & effects etc etc And I further will 
that in case of her dying previous to the receipt of this 
Will that the whole be collected by my Executors and 
transmitted to the Revd Priest Magina of the Parish & County 
aforesaid to be distributed between all my brothers and 
sisters that may be then living that is after my well 
beloved sister Mary shall receive the sum of £40 sterling 
out of it And then the overplus divided amongst the rest 
share and share alike And I request of Troop Regt Serjeant 
Major Maudsley and Hospital Segt John Mitchell to be my sole 
Executors And to have this my last Will carried fully into 
effect with full authority to pay all sums due by me And to 
receive all lawful debts due to me to which I set my mark at 
Meerinton (?) the 16th day of August 1819 Bernard Duffy _ 
Done in presence of T Farrell Serj _ Pa: Brady Proved at 
London 26th February 1824 by the Oath of John Maudsley one 
of the Executors Power reserved to John Mitchell
PCC Prob11/1681