Antonio Pereira Vitorino de Barros
Father – Vitorino José Pereira de Barros
Mother – Tomásia Dias de Seabra
Birth – 12th January 1820
Death – Early 1890s
1st Marriage – Married in Iva, Savaii, Samoa to Tupou Palolo, the Princess and only daughter of the high chief ‘Tofilau’
- José Pereira (aka Peleila)
I leave and bequeath to my son José Pereira one acre of my land called ‘Fatipule’ to be selected by him either North, South, East or West.
I leave and bequeath to my son José Pereira the one half part of my island of Fonualoa of the Tokelau Group the first choice to be given to my said son José Pereira
2nd Marriage – Married to Sinafoa from Upolu. Daughter of the high chief ‘Lauofo’
I leave and bequeath in trust of my son Antonio and Montgomery Betham, a British subject, for the benefit of my children; Caroline, Rose, Antonio, Beato, Paulo and … for their use and benefit with this proviso, that the piece of land, now bequeathed cannot be sold by any of my aforementioned children, their heirs or descendents for ever. That piece of land situate at Savalalo, Apia, Samoa, called Afuua as per deed together with all buildings, [unintelligible] and opportunities [unintelligible] to belonging: But subject to the following conditions viz that if my son José Pereira shall so desire he may erect a dwelling house and reside on a part of the said land, which must be to the south ward of the line of the inland or southern bounded fence of the ‘Gentile Handels’ and Plantagen Gunderchaft’ the afore described right will descend to his heirs and descendents of José Pereira for ever.
All my land called ‘Fatipule’([unintelligible] and except the one acre devised to my son José Pereira in clause 3 afore written) together with my land called ‘Le Fusi’ and also one half part of my land of Fonualoa together with all the rest and remainder of my personal estate of whasoever nature it may be, I leave and bequeath in trust to my son Antonio and Montgomery Betham for the benefit of my children, Caroline, Rose, Antonio, Beato, Paulo and Jane