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Notes taken of will:
In the name of God, Amen, I, John McKee of Corvoy in the Parish of Tullycorbet being sick and weak of Body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God for all his mercies to me, But calling to mind the uncertainty of this transitory life do order and make this my last will and testament … internment at Tullycorbet …to my beloved wife, Margaret McKee my present holding of Land, Houses in Corvoy and all my goods and Chattles Bills Bonds and Promissory notes and all debts of any kind whatever except my clock which her son John Coulter is to have…

PRONI T/3235/1B In a letter included with the will, the following: "Clock willed to stepson John Coulter, father of Rev’d John Coulter, D.D. of Gilnahirk, Co. Down & Rev’ George Coulter, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan. It is supposed to be upwards of 150 years of age."

PRONI 3235/5 On November 19, 1890, W. Warwick writes to say that he will happily hand over the clock to Mrs. Gardiner.

SEE ALSO: 1890, November 3rd Letter from John Coulter to Mary Gardiner and 1890, November 15, 1890 Letter from John Coulter to Mary Gardiner



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