By James S. Guignard Ordinary
Whereas by means whereof the power of granting the administration of the estate and effects f the said Agnes Gill deceased to me is manifestly known to be long and whereas Hugh Gill hath made suit to me to grant to him letters of administration of the estate and effects of the said Agnes Gill deceased with her will annexed. I therefore in consideration of the premises (?), and that the goods and chattels, rights and credits of the said Agnes Gill deceased may be well and truly administered, converted and disposed of, according to law, do hereby give and grant unto the said Hugh Gill in whose fidelity in this behalf I very much confide full power and authority, by the tenor of these presents to administer and faithfully dispose of the goods and chattels, rights and credits of the said Agnes Gill deceased according to the effects and tenor of this said will and first to pay the debts of the said deceased which she did owe at the time of her death, afterwards the legacies contained in and specified by said will as far as such goods and chattels rights and credits will thereunto extend and the law requires being first sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God to make a true and perfect inventory thereof and to exhibit the same unto the Ordinary's office in order to be recorded on or before the sixth day of February next ensuing. And I do ordain direct and constitute you the said Hugh Gill administrator of all and singular the goods and chattels rights and credits of the said Agnes Gill deceased with her will annexed.
Given under my hand and seal this sixth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen.
James S. Guignard, Ordinary
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