And I'm feeling pretty happy about the man who transcribed this particular one. I had no idea that so much useful genealogical information could be gleaned from a land record. Honestly, this is the first one I've really paid any attention to, and now I see what all the fuss is about.
Just from this one document, I get at least the following information:
John Hiscox, farmer of 100 acres in Lot 32, PEI, on the West bank or the York or North River
Died: in the year 1836
Will: proved 8 May 1836
John was married to:
Died: after 4 Sep 1857
By May of 1857, Sarah had married a Mr. Morshead.
And they had two sons and three daughters (and only two sons and three daughters) in lawful wedlock:
1. Mary Hiscox, who married William Sneeston
2. James Hiscock, who was blind
3. Sarah Hiscock, who married Robert Campbell
4. John Hiscock
5. Jane Hiscock, who married Allan MacKinlay