This file contains a copy of the Will and Codicil of Georgiana Trench. Also included in this file is a letter from Weston solicitors 35 Essex Street, London, England. In this letter Weston states that he only has one part of the will dated 11 June 1881and that he encloses a copy of said will and the codicil.
Will written and stamped by Constance Plunkett-Johnston, bequeathing her money and toilet to her mother Maria Blanche Plunkett-Johnston; her fan, chest of drawers, and pearls to her grandmother Lizzie Fuller; her candlestick to her aunt Nanny Fuller; and her monkey, screen to cousin Charley; her dolls to Winny Miles; and her desk to uncle Adam. She appoints Thomas D Costello her executor.
Last will and testament of Margaret Lamb of 37 Clarinda Mount, Kingstown (Dun Laoghaire), County Dublin, which bequeaths her nephew, William Lamb of 31 Grosvenor Place, Rathmines, County Dublin, all of her "furniture, household goods, and all other property of every description". Document remains unsigned.
Will of Margaret Lamb of 37 Clarinda Mount, Kingstown, County Dublin, appointing her nephew, William Lamb of 31 Grosvenor Place, Rathmines, County Dublin, the guardian of her son John Alexander Lamb of unsound mind.
Two wills of Charles Achmuty Mills each bequeathing his wife his house at 37 Clarinda Mount, Kingstown [Dun Laoghaire], County Dublin; both houses at 3 and 4 Carlisle Terrace, Round Town Road, County Dublin; and all of his money kept in the Belfast Bank. Upon the decease of Anne Mills, he bequeaths Margaret Lamb and Jane Lamb the house at 37 Clarinda Mount, Kingstown [Dun Laoghaire], Dublin, for the remainder of their lives, as well as any remaining money.