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Document Releasing Louie Marie Bell as Executrix


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Description:
This document describes financial matters after the death of Charles Kitchen Bell.

The original document is held by the South Dumfries Historical Society.
Notes:
L. H. Patten, Solicitor, Hamilton
Date of Original:
29 September 1891
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Frank Kitchen Bell ; Mary Jane Bell ; Charles Kitchen Bell
Local identifier:
2011SD050
Collection:
South Dumfries Historical Society
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2501 Longitude: -80.24966
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Recommended Citation:
Document releasing Louie Marie Bell as executrix, 1891. South Dumfries historical Society. 1999.97.03.
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Dated,May I891

Frank Kitchen Bell Benjamin Cyrus Bell

Louie Marie Bell to

MARY JANE BELL (Executrix)

RELEASE OF EXECUTRIX

L. H. Patten Solicitor &c Hamilton

To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come

I Frank Kitchen Bell of the village of St. George in the county of of Brant ,manufacturer send greetings:

WHEREAS Charles Franklin Bell late of the village of St. George manufacturer, deceased did by his last will and testament bearing date of thirtieth day of January 1886 give and bequeath to me the sum of fifteen hundred dollars to be paid to me on my marriage or arriving at the age of twenty-one years.

AND WHEREAS the said money not having been paid to me on my arriving at the age of twenty one years there was at the time of payment thereof to me due for interest on the said fifteen hundred dollars the sum of two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

AND WHEREAS there was due to me for wages a balance of six hundred and fifty dollars.

NOW THEREFORE KNOW YE that the said Frank Kitchen Bell for and in consideration of the premises and the sum of two thousand three hundred and sixty-one dollars paid at or before the sealing and delivery hereof (the receipt whereof I hereby acknowledge) do by these presents release, demise, quit claim, and forever discharge the executors of the said last will and testament of the said Charles Franklin Bell as also the estate of the said Charles Franklin Bell, deceased of and from all actions, suits, payments, accounts, reckonings, claims and demands whatsoever for or on account of any and all the monies aforesaid.

In Witness whereof I have hereinto set my hand and seal this 29th day of September 1891.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of Frank K. Bell.

To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come

I Benjamin Cyrus Bell of the village of St. George in the county of Brant, student send greetings:

WHEREAS my father Charles Franklin Bell late of the said village of St. George, manufacturer deceased did by his last will and testament by bearing date of thirteenth day of January 1886, direct his executor as soon as my term of apprenticeship to the drug business should expire, to send me to a college of Pharmacy and Medicine furnishing me with the expenses of attending said college and to pay me enough to make together with expenses of said college course the sum of three thousand dollars, the balance of said amount to be paid to me when I should arrive at the age of twenty one years.

AND WHEREAS his said executors have fully carried out these said directions to my satisfactions and have paid all monies due to me by the said last will and testament of my said father Charles Franklin Bell, deceased.

NOW THEREFORE KNOW YE that I the said Benjamin Cyrus Bell for and in consideration of the premises and of the monies paid at or before the sealing or delivery hereof (the receipt whereof I hereby acknowledge) do by these presents remise, selease, quit claim and forever discharge the executors of the last will and testament of the said Charles Franklin Bell, deceased, of and from all actions, suits, payments, accounts, reckonings, claims and demands whatsoever for or on account of any and all the matters and monies aforesaid.

IN Witness whereof I have hereinto set my hand and seal this 21st day of May 1891.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of

To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come

I Louie Maria Bell of the village of St. George in the county of Brant, spinster send greetings:

WHEREAS my father Charles Franklin Bell late of the said village of St. George, manufacturer deceased did by his last will and testament by bearing date of thirteenth day of January 1886, give and bequeath tome the sum of one thousand dollars to be paid to me on my marriage or on my arriving at the age of twenty-one years.

AND WHEREAS the said money not having been paid to me at my arriving at the age of twenty-one years there was at the time of payment thereof to me due for interest on the said one thousand dollars the sum of sixty dollars.

AND WHEREAS there is due to me for wages a balance of twenty dollars.

NOW THEREFORE KNOW YE that I the said Louie Maria Bell for and in consideration of the premises and of the sum of one thousand and eight dollars paid at or before the sealing or delivery hereof (the receipt whereof I hereby acknowledge) do by these presents remise, selease, quit claim and forever discharge the executors of the last will and testament of the said Charles Franklin Bell as also the estate of the said Charles Franklin Bell, deceased, of and from all actions, suits, payments, accounts, reckonings, claims and demands whatsoever for or on account of any and all the matters and monies aforesaid.

IN Witness whereof I have hereinto set my hand and seal this 29st day of September 1891.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of Louie M. Bell

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Document Releasing Louie Marie Bell as Executrix


This document describes financial matters after the death of Charles Kitchen Bell.

The original document is held by the South Dumfries Historical Society.