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Searching for bills with subject of 001 - 'Wills, inheritance'Searching for bills occuring in session '' -
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SessionShort TitleTitleStatute Number
1695Redress of inconvenience caused by decease overseas or absenceFor redress of inconveniencies for want of proof of the deceases of persons beyond the seas, or absenting themselves, upon whose lives estates do depend.7 William III c.8
1705Edward, earl of ConwayFor making the exemplification of Edward late earl of Conway's will under the seals of the Four Courts in Ireland and the depositions relating to the same evidence on trials at law.Not Enacted
1705Relief of Dame Clotilda Eustace, and creditors Sir Maurice EustaceFor the relief of Dame Clotilda Eustace, widow and relict of Sir Maurice Eustace of Harristown in the county of Kildare, knight, deceased, and Clotilda Eustace, his daughter, an infant, and of the creditors of the said Sir Maurice Eustace by sale of part of the estate of the said Sir Maurice Eustace.Not Enacted
1739Sir Stephen Rice, Edward Rice, James Rice, Mary RiceFor settling the several manors, lands, tenements and hereditaments in the counties of Kildare, Tipperary and Kerry, late the estate of Sir Stephen Rice, late of Mountrice, in the county of Kildare, knight, deceased, and of Edward Rice, esquire, deceased, eldest son and heir of the said Sir Stephen Rice, according to the last will and testament of the said Edward Rice, and to the marriage settlement of James Rice, esquire, deceased, second son of the said Sir Stephen Rice, and also for securing unto Mary Rice, spinster, daughter and heir of the said Edward Rice, a portion of 7000 out of the said estate, and for other purposes therein mentioned.13 George II c.2 (private)
1751Attestation of wills and codicilsFor avoiding and putting an end to certain doubts and questions relating to the attestation of wills and codicils, concerning real estates.25 George II c.11
1777Jane BonnellFor vesting the residue of the real and personal estates of Mrs Jane Bonnell, deceased, in trustees for the purposes mentioned in her will.Not Enacted
1779Compensation for legatees of Francis Andrews, late provost of Trinity CollegeFor granting compensation to the legatees of the Right Honourable Francis Andrews, late provost of Trinity College, near Dublin, deceased, for the injuries they sustained as legatees under the will of the said late provost.Not Enacted
1783Gilbert DonnellanFor exemplifying or enrolling the last will and testament of Gilbert Donnellan, formerly of Cloghan in the county of Roscommon and kingdom of Ireland, but late of Mons in French Flanders, esquire, deceased, and making the same evidence both in law and equity.23 & 24 George III c.1 (private)
1785James TilsonFor making an exemplification of the last will and testament of James Tilson, formerly of Bolesworth Castle in the county of Chester in the kingdom of Great Britain, esquire, evidence of such will within the kingdom of Ireland.25 George III c.4 (private)
1786Jane BonnellFor vesting the residue of the real and personal estates of Jane Bonnell, otherwise Conyngham, widow, deceased, in trustees for the purposes mentioned in her will and codicil.26 George III c.3 (private)
1793Richard Morgan, John GodleyFor confirming and establishing certain articles of agreement made between the trustees named and appointed by the last will and testament of Richard Morgan, late of Newcastle in the county of Dublin, esquire, deceased, and John Godley of the city of Dublin, esquire, the nephew and heir at law of the said Richard Morgan, concerning the real and personal estates whereof the said Richard Morgan died seised and possessed, and for other purposes.33 George III c.27
1796ASir Trevor Corry, Baron CorryFor the more effectual carrying into effect the trusts of the will and codicil of the late Sir Trevor Corry, Baron Corry, deceased.Not Enacted