WILL OF DAVID COBURN

1850

I David Coburn of the Parish of Douglas of York and Province of New Brunswick being weak in body but sound in mind and having on the thirteenth day of November in the year one thousand eight hundred fifty Deeded all my land Property to My Sons William Coburn, Abraham T. Coburn, Benjamin Cobrn and Charles Coburn and my sons being young and unacquainted with business transactions I do Hereby appoint and ordain David Pickard of the Parish of Douglas and Thomas Pickard Esq. of the Parish of Prince William as guardians of my children and to pay all my just debts out of the moveable property that shall be left at the time of my death and to settle all accounts that remain unsettled and collect all debts due to me and it is my wish that the said David Pickard and Thomas Pickard do manage and care of the property left to my sons in such a manner as they may judge for the best until my sons shall be capable of managing the same themselves and it is my wish and will that my sons shall pay cash of them to my daughter Hetty Caroline Coburn the sum of Five pounds when she shall arrive at the age of Eighteen years and further sum of Five pounds each in twelve months from that date and I do hereby disclaim and revoke all former wills made by me and declare this to be the Last Will and Testament and I do hereby nominate and appoint the said David Pickard and Thomas Pickard as the executors of this my Last Will and Testament

In witness hereof I Have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty-fifth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred fifty.



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