WILL: Dame Marianne Heygate of Bellarena, co. Londonderry, widow. She devises all her personal estate to her son Sir Frederick Gage Heygate, Bart., unless he should predecease her, in which case the property should be devised according to the limitations of a Resettlement made in 1875. Executors: Sir Frederick Gage and Arthur Conolly Gage Heygate.
By CODICIL dated Nov. 7 1895 she makes specific bequests to her children. To her daughter, Isabella Mary Ann she gives £100, a Davenport and an engraving of Christ bearing his cross. To her son, Frederick Gage Heygate she gives the Gage silver and silver plate and all portraits, minstures, prints, engravings seals etc. of the members of the Gage family. To her son Robert she gives a china dessert service with the Heygate crest, and to her son Arthur 12 large plates with the Heygate crest. To her daughter Maud Ingram she gives an engraving of Christ walking in the sea and a small cabinet of drawers.
By CODICIL dated 15 July 1911 a capital sum of £4165 2s. 4d. (being the bonus provided under the Irish Land Act 1903 under which the Bellarena estate except the demesne was sold to the tenants) which was invested in shares is bequeathed to her son Sir Frederick Gage Heygate.
Enclosed: LETTER dated 6 May. 1940 from Atkey & Son, solicitors, London to Messrs. Martin, Kin, French and Ingram, Limavdy, Londonderry concerning balance due in respect of the apportioned dividends since the date of Sir Frederick's death.