1C-S CHARITABLE DONATIONS AND BEQUESTS (IRELAND).
Prerogative Court, Rev.
jjave grst pai(j thereout my just debts, and also distribute thereout the sum of 50 /.
to my poor "' relations, and have given, if they can do so consistently with the particular purpose before
mentioned, the sum of 50 /.
to Wicklow Chapel.
John Digby, late of Lardenstown, in the County of Kildare, Clerk :
I give and bequeath to the rector and churchwardens ofthe parish of Clare, in the county of Kildare, the sum of 10 /.;
and to the rector and churchwardens of the parish of Caragh, in said county of Kildare, a like sum of 10 /.,
to be paid at Christmas next after my decease.
Helena Mary Fagan, late of Sunday's Well, North Liberties of the City of Cork, Spinster, deceased: To the Sisters of Charity I bequeath the sum of 50 /.
British, for the relief of the sick poor
of this parish; to John Baptist Leonard the like sum, in trust for the poor boys educating at the Christian schools of their city.
David Fitzgerald, late of Springmount, in the County of Limerick, deceased :
To the poor housekeepers of Ballingarry, in the county of Limerick, 30 /.
George French, Esquire, formerly Lieutenant-colonel of the Sixth Regiment of Dragoon Guards:
I give and bequeath to the chaplain of Trinity Church, Rathmines, 50 /.
in trust for the Sunday and Daily Protestant Schools of Rathmines.
I give and bequeath to the institution established for the widows of Paul's parish, Dublin, 25/.;
and to the Protestant schools of said parish, 25 /.
I give and bequeath to the Protestant School of St.
Andrew's, 25 /.;
and to the Catholic school of Rathmines, county Dublin, 25 /.;
the whole ofthe above bequests to he paid in the present currency.
George Gibbs, formerly of Stephen's-green, Dublin, late of Marseilles in France, Esquire:
I leave the sum of 7 /.,
wdiich is due by my cousin, Andrew Bourne, to the relief ofthe Sick and Indigent Roomkeepers of Dublin.
Mary Goold, late of Old Court, near the City of Cork, Spinster:
I leave my mother 50 /.
for a specific purpose mentioned to her; I also leave to her 100 /.
for the charitable purposes mentioned to her.
Michael Gallagher, late of Smithfield, City of Dublin, Salesmaster: ^ To the Rev.
Yore 30 /.
sterling; 10 /.
of which are for masses for the repose of my own soul, and the other 20/.
to most necessitous charities.
Edward Gallagher, late ofthe City of Cork: -/ My will is, that upon the death of the survivor of them the said Michael Gallagher, Anne Dogherty, and Sarah Dogherty, and the only daughter of my said brother John Gallagher, in case she shall survive as aforesaid, then that the rents of my said property shall be applied for ever thereafter to the educating and clothing the poor Roman-catholic children of the parish of Drumhome, in the diocese of Raphoe, and county of Donegal.
John Geran, late of Mitchellstown, in the County of Cork, Esquire :
I give and bequeath unto my executors hereinafter named, the sum of 1,000 /.
sterling, to be disposed as to them shall seem fit and proper.
Thomas Griffith, late of Belfast, In the County of Antrim, Gentleman :
V I bequeath to the Fever Hospital, 50/.
sterling : to the Poor-house 50/.;
to the House of
1 also bequeath to our Primate, the Right Rev.
sterling; I hope it will build a chapel.
I also leave, to explain that my meaning and intention in the bequest I have made in my said will to the Right Rev.
Doctor Crawley, of 3,000/.
sterling, is, that said sum is to be paid to the said Rev.
Crawley and the Right Rev.
Denver jointly, to be expended in building a Roman-catholic chapel in the town of Belfast.
John Garr, late of Lagan Cottage, County Antrim, Gentleman: V To the Poorhouse of Belfast I bequeath 101.,
to be paid through the hands of the said Right Rev.
I devise and bequeath to the Right Rev.
Cornelius Denver, and
his assigns, the sum of 500 /.,
to be vested in him in the public funds, or such security as he shall approve of, and to apply the interest thereof towards the support of the Diocesan Seminary of Vicinage.
And as to all the rest, residue, and remainder of my property, of whatever nature or kind soever, I die seised, possessed of, or entitled unto, I give, devise, and bequeath the same to the Right Rev.
Cornelius Denver, his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, whom I hereby nominate, constitute, and appoint my residuary legatee, to be disposed of by him in whatever manner he may consider proper.
Clotilda, Fitzgerald, late of Corkbeg, in the County of Cork, Spinster, deceased:
Said sum of 184/.
for the peasantry of Lisquinlan and Clonmane, upon trust that the same shall always remain vested in the Government stocks, and that the interest thereof shall be given every Christmas in premiums to such of the peasantry of Lisquinlan and Clonmane as shall distinguish themselves for industry and cleanliness, according to the disÂ¬ cretion and distribution of my nephew, the said Robert Uniacke Fitzgerald, during his life,