5 July 1806 Will of Francis Romrille of Broad Cove, Conception Bay (proved 26 March 1807)

The original document can be obtained online from The National Archives.

Source: TNA, PROB 11/1458

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In the Name of God Amen
I Francise Romrille Native of the Island of Jersey
also present Inhabitant of Broad Cove Conception
Bay in Newfoundland Do hereby express and with
the blessing and assistance of my God in my perfect
Senses appoint this to be my last Will and Testament
to wit of Six hundred pounds Sterling which I
deposited in the S??ngs Bank London three
hundred pounds thereof I bequeath to my Son
Charles in Newfoundland and the remaining three
hundred pounds I bequeath to my Daughter
Margaret in the Island of Jersey the money ent??e
to Say the whole Six Six hundred pounds is to be drawn
???? Samuel Pobree in Lon?  who is in possession
of Several of my Letters to him My property in
Newfoundland consisting of Room Plantation Cattle
Houses &   I also bequeath to my Son Charles he
engaging and promising to have a due Care and
and attention to his Mother during her life so now
being fully ??????ed to meet my god I Co?????

this my last Will and Testament in the presence of
the names prefixed to my own  Francis Romrille
his Mark  present  Den Dunn  Thos Power
Broad Cove July 5th 1806


		In the Probate Court by the
		Honorable Thomas Tremlett Esquire
		Chief Justice of His Majesty's
		Supreme Court of Judicature of the
		Island of Newfoundland & & & 

		Whereas Dennis Dunn of
		Broad Cove in the District of Conception
		Bay in the said Island one of the ws
		witnesses to the last will and Testament
		the other witness having separted this
		life on or about the seventh day of
		September last of Francis Romrille
		late of Broad Cove aforesaid deceased
		has this day appeared and upon his
		Oath declared that he was present and
		did see the said Francis Romrille in due
		form of Law execute the annexed Will
		as and for his last Will and Testamt
		And whereas Charles Romrille of
		Broad Cove aforesaid the lawful and
		only Son of the said deceased has
		prayed that the said Will may be
		approved I do therefore by virtue of
		the Authority in me vested hereby
		approve the said Will accordingly
		Given in the said Court this eighth day
		of January in the year of our Lord
		One thousand eight hundred and seven
		  Ls Amad Anspach Surrogate

On the twenty sixth day of March in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven
Administration (with the will annexed) of all and
singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of Francis Romerel
otherwise Francise Romrelle late of Broad Cove in the
District of Conception Bay in Newfoundland 
deceased was granted to Samuel ?obree Esquire the
lawful Attorney of Charles Romrelle the Son of the
said deceased and the Executor named in the said
Will according to the tenor thereof for his use and
benefit now residing at Broad Cove aforesaid he
having been first sworn duly to Administer

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