Will of John Dunn volume 1 page 262 probate year 1838
Newfoundland will books volume

In re
John Dunn deceased.

In the name of God Amen. This my last will and testament I first bequeath my soul to God, my body to the earth rottenness and worms Secondly I appoint Patrick Browne of Sound Island in Placentia Bay to draw 39..7..6 sterling from James Stuart of St. John's and let my letter of credit to which I sined my hand to be his warrant and that the said Patrick Browne will pay out of it my depths and the balance remaining will be sent to my brother Patrick Dunn residing in the Town of Cloheaden Parish of Davids Town County Wexford Ireland and my wach and cloaths to be sent to my brother Thomas Dunn residing in the same place and to sell my skiff and craft and to send the money home. Pipers Hole Febuary 16th 1837. Patk Brown. Witness Thomas Flinn his x mark.

Certified Correct,
D. M. Browning

Transcribed by Joanne Connors