Bayer Otto Bayer or Baijer
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???? - 1737
- The will of Bayer Otto Bayer of Antigua was signed 15/05/1736 recored in Antigua in 1737 and proved in London 28/11/1738. He left his North Sound estate to his son Bastian Otto-Baijer, charged with £105 p.a he was bound to pay his brother John Otto Baijer. His residuary her was his son John Otto Baijer (d. 1790). In the will, he names his brothers-in-law Richard Oliver and Rowland Oliver Esquires. Elsewhere in his will the testator Bayer Otto Bayer refers to an Ann Oliver as being sister to his own wife Frances: "I give to my said dear Wife and to her Sister Ann Oliver each a Suit of Mourning..." Frances and Ann Oliver were half-sisters of Richard and Rowland Oliver.
- Will of Bayer Otto Bayer, Antigua, 1736 (proved 1738), PROB 11/693/154.
We are grateful to Rita Lamb for her assistance with compiling this entry.
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