Will - Anne Campbell, Aughalane
SOURCE Public Record Office Of Ireland.
#TYPE FP Last & Only Will Of Anne Campbell Of Aughalane, Co Tyrone, Ireland. 1876. ARCHIVE Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh, Co Tyrone, Ireland.
Copy Extracted from Her Majesty's Court of Probate Londonderry.
This is the last and only Will of me Anne Campbell of Aughalane in the County of Tyrone spinster
In the first place I will and direct that my Executors shall convert in money all my household and other goods of which I may die possessed except what is hereby specifically bequeathed in the most advantageous way and after payment of all just debts funeral and testamentary expenses I wish to divide my assets as follows
I leave and bequeath to my dear sisters Mary and Virginia Jane Campbell the sum of twenty five pounds each as a small token of gratitude for the many kindnesses received from them. To my grand nieces Anne Mc Cullough and Anne Eliza Dunne the sum of ten pounds each to my grand niece [Annabelle?] McLoughlin the sum of seven pounds
To my niece Anne Campbell late of Derborough five pounds to my niece Matilda Campbell five pounds to my niece Eliza L Aubey five pounds and to my niece Margaret Armstrong five pounds to my niece Rebecca Mc Elsee five pounds and to my niece Margaret Swann five pounds [I?] also leave five pounds to John Campbell of Omagh and five pounds to the Baptist Minister who may be officiating at Coleraine at the time of my death [I?] also leave to my domestic servants who may have been not less than six months in my service previous to my death sum of two pounds next I leave and bequeath my gold watch and chain and six chairs to Mrs Bessie Robinson of Dunemanagh and my gold mounted brooch to Mrs Annie Mc Farland of Letterbratt
as to all the rest residue and remainder of goods, chattels monies and properties of which I may die possessed I leave and bequeath nine tenths thereof to the nine children next here in named of my brother Andrew Campbell that is to say Bessie Mary Annie Jane Margaret Sarah Charlotte Hugh Kyle Campbell and Virginia Campbell and the remaining tenth part of my residuary estate [I?] leave to the wife and children of my nephew Robert Boyle Campbell share and share alike
and I hereby revoke all former and other wills made by me and I appoint Robert Dunn of Plumbridge and Hugh McCullough of Ballyarton executors of this my Will in Witness whereby I have to this my Will set my hand this 14th day of March 1876 (six)
Ann x (her mark) Campbell (Seal)
Signed sealed published and declared by the said Testatrix as and for her last Will in the presence of us who in her presence and at her request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses
James Bradley Aughalane Farmer
John Glass Aughalane [Augalane?] Farmer