Sir Samuel Romilly infant sons estate: authorizing the investment of monies in the purchase of part of his daughter share of his real estate, to be conveyed to trustees upon certain trusts Act 1823

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Citation1823 c. 22
ANNO QUARTO
GEORGII IV. REGIS.
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Cap.
22.
An Act for authorizing the Investment of Monies
belonging to the Infant Sons of Sir Samuel
Romitty
deceased, in the Purchase of certain Parts of his
Daughter's Share of his Real Estate, to be con-
veyed to Trustees upon certain Trusts.
[27th June 1823.]
W
HEREAS Sir
Samuel
Romilly;
late of
Russell
Square in the i9ti, 0f A -
County of
Middlesex,
Knight, deceased, duly made and pub- g„st 1815.
lished his last Will and Testament in Writing, bearing Date Will
of
Sir-
the Nineteenth Day of
August
One thousand eight hundred and fifteen, Samuel
and executed in such Manner as by Law is required for passing Real oml ^'
Estates by Devise, whereby (amongst other Things) he appointed his
Wife the Guardian of all his Children during her Life, but if she should
die during the Minority of any of them, he appointed his good Friend
John
Whishaw of
Lincoln's
Inn Guardian of
his
Sons, and Mary
Whittaker
his
Wife's Sister Guardian of his Daughter; and the said Testator (after
giving and bequeathing various specific and pecuniary Legacies) gave to
his said Wife all his Freehold Estates not therein-before devised by him
for the Term of her Life, and he gave her an absolute Power by Deed
or Will to dispose of all such Estates in any Way that she might think
fit j but in Default of her exercising that Power, he directed that his said
Freehold Estates, or such Parts thereof as she should not have disposed
of, should at her Death be divided into a Number of Shares equal to the
NtHnber of Children he should then have living and One more; and
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