LEGATEES AND HEIRS WANTED.
NOTICE to the Legatees, and nearest-in-kin of JOHN PAUL, son of John Paul, some time at Mill of Fechill, in the parish of Udny, and county of Aberdeen. - The said John Paul, junior, was servant to Dr DUNCAN, senior, and afterwards employed as a Letter Carrier in the General Post Office, Edinburgh, by his last Will and Testament, dated 14th November, 1794, named Dr DUNCAN his Executor, and bequeathed a variety of Legacies; and among others, to the following persons, viz:
To ANNE PAUL, his Sister, then residing at or near Oldmeldrum, in the county of Aberdeen.
JAMES CHALMERS, in Torrieley, in the parish of Udny, and county of Aberdeen, Cousin of the said John Paul.
JEAN CHALMERS, Sister of the said James Chalmers.
If the before named Legatees are still alive, payment of their legacies will be obtained, on applying to Mr John Mowbray, Writer to the Signet, Howe Street, Edinburgh, or to Alex. Webster, Advocate in Aberdeen.
If all or any of the Legatees are dead, the lapsed Legacies will be paid to the nearest-in-kin of the said John Paul, the Testator, on applying as above.
Edinburgh, 10th Sept. 1816.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 25th September 1816.