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Joney Craine Cannell
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Birth: Sep. 25, 1722
Ballaugh, Isle of Man
Death: Aug. 12, 1802
Ballaugh, Isle of Man

Ballaugh -- This is affirmed by the subscribing Witnesses hereof to be the last Will and Testament of Joney Cannell, Widow, of the Parish of Ballaugh who was of sound and disosing Mind, Memory and Understanding at the time She declared the same. First -- She committed her Soul to God and her Body to a Christian Burial. Secondly -- She left and bequeathed unto her Son Nicholas the Sum of five pounds together with half of her sheep and her moiety or Half of the Bees between her and her said Son in his Garden and the Silk Handkerchief which her said Son gave her. Thirdley -- She left and bequeathed unto her Daughter Isabel Mylvorrey all her Pewter and one Half of her shaped woolen and Linen Clothes excepting a new worsted Petticoat which She left unto her Sister Catherine Cowley. Fourthly, She left and bequeathed unto her Grand daughter Jane Mylvorrey her best Silk Handkerchief, her best feather Bed, Bolster and Bed Clothes, a new Cloak, a little spinning Wheel, all her Woolen and Linen Yarn and the Sum of five pounds. Fiftly -- She left and bequeathed unto her Daughter Joney Wife of John Grimshaw the Sum of six pounds Her [second page] smoothing Iron, a Blanket and the other Half of her shaped woolen and linen Apparel aforesaid. Sixthly -- She left and bequeathed unto her two Grandsons namely John & Nicholas Cannell the Children of her said Son Nicholas an ewe Yearling each. Lastley, She nominated constituted and appointed her Son Patrick Cannell whole and sole Executor of her said Will and residuary Legatee of all the Rest Residue and Remainder of her Goods, Rights, Credits Chattels and Effects movable and immovable whatever -- And to the Witnesses hereof She left one English Shilling Each. As Witnesses our subscriptions and Marks this 23 Day of
Agust 1802. Jur{ Elinor Boddaugh my X Mk. { Mary Callister my X Mk.
Before me Wm. Kewley [D.Ep.title unknown]

from IGI roll #0106408 Original Wills 1802 - 1803 High Court of Justice Probate Division Isle of Man Wills & Administration Episcopal 1802

[Transcribed by tcd May 1997 1/3 into Roll; very handsome & legible penmanship] 
Family links: 
  William Craine (1697 - 1760)
  Margaret Cown Craine (1693 - 1752)
  John Cannell (1727 - 1796)
  Joney Cannell Grimshaw (1753 - 1835)*
  Isabel Cannell Mylvorrey (1753 - 1828)*
  Patrick Cannell (1755 - 1839)*
  Joney Craine Cannell (1722 - 1802)
  Catherine Craine Cowley (1727 - 1818)*
*Calculated relationship
Ballaugh Old Yard
Michael, Isle of Man
Created by: tcd
Record added: Dec 09, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81730925
Joney <i>Craine</i> Cannell
Added by: tcd
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Thinking of you, fourth great grandmother.
- JudyZ
 Added: Feb. 5, 2014
fourth great grandmother
- tcd
 Added: Jan. 17, 2014

- tcd
 Added: Jan. 16, 2014

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