Fonds MC48 - Joseph Andrews last will and testament

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Joseph Andrews last will and testament

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  • 1885 (Creation)
    Andrews, Joseph

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1 p. of textual records

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([1799 or 1800]-1885)

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Joseph Andrews was born in 1799 or 1800 and died in 1885. He lived on Paradise Row in Portland Parish, Saint John, New Brunswick. He left his property to his wife Jean to distribute as she thought best. He mentions his children: Joseph, Jean Olive, Mary (who married Charles Heales), Anny, Edward, and Elizabeth Andrews.

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This item is a very brief holograph will of Joseph Andrews.

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Presented by Dr. Leo Dionne, of Fredericton, N.B., in 1971.


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  • English

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