This is an excerpt from the will of Annie Haughton.
c. SEVEN THOUSAND POUNDS to be divided equally between my two nieces and two nephews children of my sister Lydia Gertrude Hannaford and Frank Hannaford namely Nancy Gordon, Eileen McOstrich, Harold Hannaford and Frank Hannaford
a. I give bequeath to Violet O’Riordan and May de Montravel Edwards (my nieces) my Solitiare Diamond Ear rings.
b. To Hugh and Olive Hamilton my large pink painted Vase.
c. To Georgius and Patricia Haughton my picture in drawing room on right of Venetian Mirror.
d. To Harry and Kathleen Haughton my picture in drawing room on left of Venetian Mirror.
e. To Arthur and Lilian Crowther my two china ornaments with birds on top.
f. To Frank and Nance Haughton my Venetian Mirror.
g. To May de Montravel Edwards and Violet O’Riordan my red Venetian glass cake stand.
h. To Gertrude Hannaford my two white china ornaments (with one sheaf of wheat and one basket of flowers).
i. To Frank and Phyllis Hannaford my two tall red and gold Venetian glass vases on mantel piece and red glass dish to match.
j. To Eileen McOstrich my large gilt clock in case on Mantel Piece and two small red-white vases also on matel piece and Wateford glass goblet with lid.
k. To Nancy Gordon my yellow china tea pot.
l. To Harold Hannaford my two small silver candlesticks and china dog. The above articles are in the Drawing room at Ballydavid.