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 Descendants of Andrew Gawn, Halftown, Co. Antrim:
Born 1777

 

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James  
Gawn  
   
 
04/02/1897  
03/03/1897  
Effects 363 10s.  
Belfast  
 
Full Abstract:
Probate of the Will of James Gawn late of Carnearney County Antrim Farmer who died 4 February 1897 granted at Belfast to Andrew Gawn and James David Gawn both of Carnearney Farmers

 

Will James Gawn, Carnearney

June 14th 1896. In the name of God Amen I James Gawn of Carnearney parish of Connor and County of Antrim farmer do make this my last will and testament revoking any previous will made by me. To my son James David I leave that part of my farm that he is in possession also as much more as will make him the half of my farm commencing with commons bog and going over the hill. To my two sons Andrew and Thomas John I leave all the rest of my farm stock crop and Farming Implements also all moneys that I am otherwise possessed of. To my wife I leave her Keeping as she formerly had. To my Grand Daughter Ann Gibb the sum of Fifty pounds, to my Grand Daughter Margaret Gibb the sum of Twenty pounds, to my wife the sum of Twenty pounds these Legacies to be paid by my sons Andrew and Thomas John. Should either of them survive the other if the deceased has no lawful issue the survivor to get both their parts. I appoint my son Andrew and my son James David my executors of this my last will and testament.

James Gawn

Witnesses present Andrew Gawn and Samuel Cathcart

 

 

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