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  1. Anne Boardman: Birth: 1771. Death: 1843 in Cork Street, Dublin


Notes
a. Note:   Boardman, Joseph, Clonmore, King's Co. To my wife Hannah Boardman �100, and the full privilege of the parlour end of my now dwelling house to reside in for one year, one yellow cow and the paceing mare's fully, also the issues and profits of my holding in Edenderry, with reversion to my son Joseph Boardman. To my son Robert Boardman, my farm of Parsonstown and the livestock which he now holds on it together with two mares and Glennan's two year old filly, and the black mare's yearling fillee. To my son Joseph Boardman, my farm of Clonmore, with all the sheep and horned beasts, also my farm of Jonestown after decease of my mother Ann Boardman and �150, also one bald mare, one crapt mare, one bay mare, a three year old filly and two three year old coults and two two year old coults, one sorrel yearling and Glennans young fole and all my gear for husbandry. To my son John Boradman my farm of Ballycolgan and stock on it and �400. Each of above to have one fourth part of my household goods and the sons to be residuary legattes in equal shares. My brother-in-law Thomas Jackson to care for Joseph and John till they reach 21 years. Executors Thomas Jackson and Oliver Watson, brothers-in-law. Overseers Ephriam Heritage, Benjamin Wilson. Dated 30 April 1741 Witnesses: Thomas Bayly, George Bayly and Thomas Bayly, junior. Inventory of household goods and live stock on farms of Clonmore and of Parsonstown and Ballycolgan. Lists of debts due. E.15.16 http://www.failteromhat.com/quaker/page2.htm


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