|Ireland, Civil Registration Death Indexes
Name: Corry Sinton
Event Date: Jul - Sep 1890
Event Place: Banbridge, Ireland
Birth Year (Estimated): 1802
Registration District: Banbridge
Registration Quarter and Year: Jul - Sep 1890
Volume Number: 1
Page Number: 124
[RFSS Mar 2014]
|PROBATE OF HIS WILL|
|Title:|| ||Date Of Death:||5 September 1890|
|Forename:||Corry||Date Of Grant:||13 March 1891|
|Alt Surname:|| ||Registry:||Armagh|
The Will (with one Codicil) of Corry Sinton, late of Tamnamore, County Armagh, Farmer, who died 5 September 1890 at same place was proved at Armagh by William Henry Sinton of Ashtrees, Tandragee, County Armagh, Farmer, and Richard Sinton of Rostrevor, County Down, Merchant, two of the Executors.
|Transcribed from information supplied by the Public Records Office for Northern Ireland.|
[RFSS May 2010]
Last Will and Testament of Corry Sinton.
The last Will and Testament of Corry Sinton of Tamnamore near Tandragee, County Armagh, Farmer, I direct my just debts, funeral and Testamentary expenses to be paid.
I leave to my dear Wife during her natural life a comfortable living and five Pounds Sterling per year to be provided and paid by the occupier or occupiers of my farms in Tamnamore and Cabra and to be chargeable thereon. I also leave her the bed and furniture in the room we sleep in with the exception of the clock. She is to have the use of the room during her pleasure to live in. The bed and furniture before mentioned are to be her own to do whatever she pleases with. In case she does not wish to live with occupier or occupiers of my said farms, he or they are to pay her Fifteen Pounds per year in addition to the before mentioned Five Pounds per year.
I leave to my daughter Elizabeth Lindsay Five Pounds, her own bedstead and bedding.
My sons David Corry and John, Forty Pounds each. My executors have power to withhold the payment of my son John's until he attains the age of Twenty Three years, if they think right to do so. David Corry's and John's money not to be paid for two years from date of my decease.
I leave to my son Richard Five Pounds in addition to the Two Hundred Pounds I have already given him.
I leave to my som William Henry my farms of land in Tamnamore and Cabra, all my farm stock, implements and household furniture not heretofore bequeathed, all Promissory notes and money I may be possessed of at my decease on condition that he pay the beforementioned oveer sums to my dear Wife and children.
I also direct that if my decease takes place before the Twenty Sixth day of May One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eighty Four, that my son Richard may, if he so wishes, return and live at home in and same way as before he left on conditions that he brings back th Two Hundred Pounds I gave him and all the money he has made during the time he has been away from home, except what kept him in clothes, and puts it into the general Stock of the Place that he may do so and in that case he is not to get the Five Pounds but is to get an equal share in my Farms, implements, Furniture and Promissory Notes and money with my son William Henry, with the exception that William Henry is to get First Twenty Five Pounds out of the general Stock in the same way that my other legacies are paid. Then Richard gets share and share alike with him and undertakes equal responsibilities in the carrying out of this my Will.
I appoint my sons William Henry, Richard and my dear Wife as my Executors and Henry Lamb as Guardian over them.
Signed for my last Will and Testement.
Signed in our presence and we in his presence and in the presence of each other this Twenty Second day of September Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Three.
William H. Sinton. Henry Gilpin.
A Codicil to this Will attached.
I Corry Sinton make this as a Codicil to my last Will and Testament. In consequence of my dear Wife having met with a severe accident and thereby having become helpless, I direct in case she does not wish to live with the occupier or occupiers of my said Farms of land in Tamnamore and Cabra, that he or they are to pay her Twenty Five Pounds per year instead the Twenty Pounds mentioned in my Will. Said amount to be chargeable on my said Farms.
Signed for a Codicil to my last Will and Testament.
Signed for and as a Codicil to his last Will and Testament in our presence and we in his presence and in the presence of each other hereby sign our names as witnesses 28th November 1883.
William H. Sinton. Henry Gilpin.
Transcribed from information supplied by the Public Records Office for Northern Ireland
[RFSS Jul 2011]
Headstone of Corry Sinton 1802 - 1890
Mullavilly Parish Church, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland
© 2012 Sinton Family Trees
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
5TH SEPT 1890 AGED 88 YEARS
ALSO HIS WIFE MARY WHO DIED
22ND FEB 1907 AGED 85 YEARS
AND THEIR ONLY DAUGHTER
WHO DIED 8TH FEB 1915
AGED 67 YEARS
ALSO THEIR ELDEST SON
WHO DIED 13TH FEB 1938
IN HIS 89TH YEAR
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