Last Will and Testament of Andrew Condlin, born 1798, Part 2  
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Record of the Last Will and Testament

of Andrew Conlin late of Waddington ………

with the proof thereof.

Surrogate’s Court,

St. Lawrence County

Be it Remembered, That heretofore to wit: on the 29th day of July

A. D., 1862 Patrick Duffy

Execute r named in the Last Will and Testament, of Andrew Conlin

late of Waddington in the County of St. Lawrence

deceased applied to the Surrogate of the County of St. Lawrence, to have the said

Last Will and Testament, which relates to both real and personal estate proved and

recorded : and on such application the said Surrogate did ascertain by satisfactory evidence,

who were the Widow heirs at law and next of kin to said deceased

testator, and their respective residences, Mary C. Hitchie Julia Conlin

and widow of deceased , Margaret McKenna both of Waddington aforesaid

James Conlin and Patrick Conlin , both of Louisville in said County Bartholomew Conlin 

of Madrid in said County, all of full age . Bridget Conlin & Andrew Conlin of Madrid

 …, … for when Edward H. Sairy of Governor … … Special Guardian

and said Surrogate did thereupon issue a citation in due form of law, directed to the

heirs at law and next of kin Special Guardian

by their respective names, stating their places of residence _________________

requiring them to appear before the said Surrogate at the Court House

in the Village of

Canton in said County on the 27th day

of August A, D., 1862 to attend the probate of said Will

and afterwards, to wit: on the 27th day of August A. D.,1862

at Canton aforesaid, satisfactory evidence having been presented to the

said Surrogate of the service of the said citation in the mode prescribed by law in the

Widow, heirs at Law, and Special Guardian

no one __________ appearing to appose the probate of said Will, the said Surrogate

took the proofs of said Will ________________ hereinafter set forth, and did there

upon adjudge said Will to be a valid Will of real and personal estate, and the proofs thereof

to be sufficient; which said Last Will and Testament, and the proofs taken thereon are

as follows, that is to say: Will