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Admon - John Parkin of Roborough, 1897

© Crown Copyright

Devon Record Office - ref. B324/26

Transcribed by John Fisher

 

Administration                              The District Registry at Exeter

In her Majesty's high Court of Justice.

BE IT KNOWN, that at the date hereunder written, letters of Administration of the personal estate of

John Parkin of Barlington Farm,

Roborough in the County of Devon. Yeoman.

deceased, who died on the fourth day of July 1897, at Roborough aforesaid, a Bachelor, without a parent and intestate, and had at the time of his death a fixed place of abode at Roborough within the District of the County of Devon

were granted by Her Majesty's High Court of Justice at the District Probate Registry thereof at Exeter

to William Parkin of Waytown, Barnstaple in the County of Devon Yeoman and Mary Hanbury (wife of William Hanbury, Yeoman) of Great Torrington in the County of Devon, the natural and lawful Brother and Sister and two of the next of kin

of the said intestate they having been first sworn well and faithfully to administer the same.

And it is hereby certified that an Affidavit for Inland Revenue has been delivered, wherein it is shewn that the gross value of the personal estate of the said deceased within the United Kingdom (exclusive of what the said deceased may have been possessed of or entitled to as a trustee and not beneficially) amounts to £638.3.0.

Dated the eleventh day of August 1897
                               W H Bailey
                              District Registrar.