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ABSTRACTS FROM RECORD BOOK A-1, 1821-1838,
BOND COUNTY, ILLINOIS

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John D. Alexander was appointed guardian of James B, Samuel C., and William Blizzard, minor heirs of William Blizzard, deceased, 6 March 1837, p.405.

Hannah Babcock, widow of Joshua Babcock, was appointed administratrix of the estate, 29 August 1823, p.40.

The inventory of personal estate of Hannah Babcock was presented 15 January 1830, p.115.

Inventory of estate of Joshua Babcock, deceased, was accepted, 1 September 1824, p.53.

The final settlement of estate of Joshua Babcock was presented 5 December 1828, p.96.

Will of Calvin Baker was not recorded because the subscribing witnesses were not in the state. His widow Roxanna Baker, the executrix therein named, was to proceed with administration of the estate, 5 April 1830, p. 117.

Will of Calvin Baker of Roxbury, Norfolk County, Massachusetts dated 26 July 1825. Mentions his wife Roxanna, and refers to "my children". Also mentions his son George and his son Isaac, the latter to be cared for by the testator's brother Isaac Baker. His wife was to be executrix, and witnesses were Asa Bigbee, Chester Guild, and James Jones. 5 April 1830, p.134.

The inventory of the estate of Calvin Baker was presented, no date, p.140.

Letters of guardianship were granted to John Barber, Sr., for Stark N. and Thomas A. Jett, children of Humphrey Jett, deceased, both of whom were under the age of 14, 2 November 1835, p.305.

Will of Abraham Bateman dated 5 December 1836. Mentions his wife Mary, his oldest son William, his daughters Nancy Duncan, Elizabeth Little, Tebithey Butler, Coah Chorna, and Mary Runnels, and his sons Abraham and Riley. Witnesses were Thomas Kern, May Runnels, and his sons Abraham and Riley. Witnesses were Thomas Kern, Mary Runnels, and Patsy Bateman. Abraham Bateman died 1 March,1837. 1 May 1837, p.407.

John, William, and Riley Bateman relinquished their right of administration to the estate of their father, Abraham Bateman. 15 May 1837, p.415.

James Black, brother of Robert Black, deceased, relinquished his right of administration and John Smith was appointed administrator, 9 November 1827, p.89.

The inventory of personal property of Samuel Black was presented 11 July 1828, p.122.

The inventory of the estate of Robert Black was presented, 5 April 1830, p.119.

Letters of administration were granted to Seth Blanchard for estate of Elisha Blanchard, late of St. Louis County, Missouri, 22 March 1836, p. 334.

Letters of administration were granted to Rhoda Blevins for the estate of John Blevins, deceased, 10 October 1831, p.149.

Will of James Blizzard dated 1 April 1818. Mentions his sons William and James and his wife Mary. Executrix was his wife, and the witnesses were Samuel G. Morse, Robert Baker, and James Baker, 2 December 1830, p. 129.

Letters of administration were granted to Fanny and James Blizzard for estate William Blizzard.

Fanny Blizzard asked the court for an allowance from the estate of William Blizzard. Her petition made reference to a posthumous child, 19 April 1837, p.415.

The bill of appraisement of personal estate William Blizzard was presented 10 October
And 6 November 1835, p.311.

List of property sold from estate of William Blizzard, no date, p.316.

The final settlement of the estate of William Blizzard was presented, 6 February 1837, p.418.

Elizabeth Bradford and William Bradford, both over the age of 14 and children of Samuel Bradford late of Hickman County, Tennessee, chose James Bradford as their guardian, 14 April 1829, p. 103.

James Bradford was appointed administrator of estate William Bradford who died 17 March 1834, late a lieutenant in the U.S. Dragoons, 5 May 1834, p.216.

James Bradford, guardian of late William Bradford, acknowledged that Evan Hinton had provided Said William Bradford with his part of estate of his deceased father Samuel Bradford, 5 January 1835, p.257.

James Bradford, guardian of Elizabeth Bradford, now by marriage Elizabeth White, produced the receipt of Elizabeth and Thomas White for the sum of $140.81 for their part of the estate of Samuel Bradford, 3 May 1834, p.257.

The final settlement of estate William Bradford was presented, 2 February 1835, p.258.

Henry Briggs, brother of Robert Briggs, late of New Orleans, was appointed administrator of estate, 6 January 1825, p.56.

Letters of administration were granted to Mary Briggs, widow of Charles Briggs, late of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 18 April 1825, p.58.

Mary Briggs presented the final settlement of estate of Charles Briggs, 1 May 1826, p. 68.

Inventory of estate Robert Briggs was presented, 21 February 1825, p.57.

Final settlement of the estate of Robert Briggs was presented 7 November 1825, p.63.

Letters of administration were granted to William Butler for the estate of Abraham Bateman, 9 May 1837, p.4-6. (these letters were voided by the presentation of the last will and testament of Abraham Bateman.)

Will of Thomas Camp dated 7 September 1828. Mentions his wife and his friend John Rodgers. Executor was his friend H.T. Camp, and witnesses were J.N. Demm and John F. Moody. 30 December 1828, p.97.

Letters of administration were granted to Sarah Campbell, widow of Thomas Campbell 3 April 1826, p.66.

The final settlement of estate Thomas Campbell presented 2 October 1826, p.82.

The bill of appraisement of personal property John W. Carson was presented, 14 August 1835, p.326.

Memorandum of sale of personal property John W. Carson presented 10 September 1835, p.328.

The final settlement of estate of John W. Carson was presented, 6 March 1837, p.418


Letters of administration were granted to Sally Carson and Andrew Carson for estate of John W. Carson, 7 September 1835, p.297.

Alexander Chisenhall was cleared on charges brought by Rueben Pettejohn, an execution in favor of Willard Twiss for debt, 20 August 1835, p.297.

The bill of appraisement of estate Leanna Clark was presented, 15 November 1834, p. 236.

The sale bill of estate Leanna Clark was presented, 4 November 1834, p.239.

Letter of administration granted Robert Clark for estate Leanna Clark, 4 Oct. 1834, p.232.

John Clary, son of Cily Stuart, died intestate, and letters of administration were granted to Robert and Cily Stuart, 7, July 1823, p.34.

The inventory of the estate of John Clary was presented, 6 October 1823, p.44.

The final settlement of John Clary was presented, 3 April 1826, p.69.

Selah Clary appointed guardian of John Clary, infant son of Elisha Clary, 7, May 1821, p.1.

Selah Clary appointed administratrix of estate of Daniel Clary, Dec. She was the mother of the deceased. 14 May, 1821, p.1.
Account of the estate of Daniel Clary was returned to Selah Clary, 3 September 1821, p.6

Selah Clary, administratrix of estate of Daniel Clary; Sarah Green, administratrix of estate of James Green; George Davidson and Violet Davidson, administrators of the estate of Samuel Davidson, and Anderson Hill, administrator of the estate of Samuel Hill, were ordered to appear before the court and settle their accounts, 20 May 1822, p.19.

John Cook was appointed administrator of the estate of William Shane, deceased, 9 November 1825, p.61.

The schedule of Jacob Covey was presented, no date, p.415.

Jacob Covey was released from imprisonment because of the satisfaction of his debts, 11 April 1837, p.416.

John Coyle, Sr., was appointed guardian of Laraney Harman, Olive Harman, Susannah Harman, and William Harman, children of Anderson Harman under age of 14, 5 May 1835, p. 276.

Thomas Crage was appointed guardian of Betsey Johnson, minor child of George Johnson, 6 June 1827, p.88

Account of estate of Obadiah David was received, 20 May1822, p.19.

The final settlement of estate of Samuel Davidson was presented 17 April 1826, p.70.

Margaret Davis widow of Jonathan Davis was appointed administratrix of her husband's estate, 14 May 1821, p.2.

The inventory and account of sale of property Jonathan Davis was received 20 May 1822, p.19.

Will of James Denny dated 21 April 1823, mentions his wife Mary, sons George, John, James, Samuel, Alexander, Robert, and daughters Polly and Genny. Executors were his wife Mary and his son James. Witnesses were James Denny, Jr., and R.W. Denny 1 September 1823, p.42.

The final settlement of estate of James Denny presented 16 April, 1827, p.86.

Robert W. Denny was appointed administrator of estate of Nancy Harman, no date, p. 260.

Robert C. and Samuel A. Dickson, minors over age of 14 and children of Samuel Dickson, deceased, chose Amsi G. Dickson as their guardian, 19 September 1836, p. 352.

Will of Samuel Dickson. Mentions daughter Mary A. White, son Walton B. Dickson, daughter Fanny B. Blizzard, son Alvan M. Dickson, son Samuel M. Dickson, Wife Margrett R. Dickson, and two individuals, Amze G. Dickson and Andrew Robert Dickson. The latter two might have been his sons. Executors were his wife and John M. McCord and witnesses were John D. Alexander and Robert E. McCord. 1 April 1835, p.271.

The account of sale of personal property Samuel Dickson was presented 25 July 1835, p.325.

The bill of appraisement of property Samuel Dickson was presented, 13 June 1835, p.289.

The final settlement of the estate of Samuel Dickson was presented, 7 August 1837, p.433.

Will of Daniel Douglass dated 12 February 1836. Mentions his sons Nathaniel and James M. Douglass, his wife Ruth, his youngest son Hugh B., his son John, his daughter Elizabeth T., wife of James Black. Executors were his sons Nathaniel and James and the witnesses were Robert McCord, John M. Barn, and James Davis. 6 June 1836, p.337.

Nancy Durley, a widow of Rhatio Durley, was appointed administratrix of her late husband's estate, 19 October 1822, p.32

Andrew Ellison and John Ginton vs. Sloss McAdams, administrator with the will annexed of John W. Strode, 1 February 1836, p.310.

Sale bill of the property of James Ellison, 10 August 1833, p. 196.

Price A. Ellison and Stephen Ellison were appointed administrators of estate of James Ellison, 29 April 1833, p.173.

Will of Henry File dated 5 April 1835. Mentions his sons George, Daniel, Moses, Tobias, Nelson, Jacob, and William File, his daughters Catherine and Lucinda File, and sons -in-law William Mullican and Smith Billeu. Executors were his sons Moses and Daniel, and witnesses were J.D. Drake, Seth Blanchard, and William Davis. Henry File died 18 June 1836. 26 June 1836, p.343.

List of sale of personal property of Henry File, deceased, 5 August, p.367.

Jacob File and Lucinda File, minors over age 14 of Henry File, deceased, chose Tobias File as their guardian, 3 October 1836, p.371.

Will of Robert Gillespie dated 28 September 1821. Mentions his wife Sally and his son James. Executrix was his wife, and the witnesses were Joseph Bilyeu, John Carson, Henry Williams, and b. James. 3 July 1826 p.79.
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John H. Gilmore was appointed guardian of Andrew, Nancy Eleanor, and John Wilson Carson, minor heirs of John W. Gilmore, deceased, and under 14, 3 April 1837, p.409.

Will of William Gracy, Sr., dated 4 February 1825. Mentions his wife Leah, eldest sons John and Joseph, eldest daughters Rebecca Harris and Peggy Harris, youngest son William Gracy, and youngest daughter Leah Nesbitt. Executors were his son William Gracy and his neighbor James Johnston. Witnesses were William Nelson and John Nesbit. 2 May 1825, p.59.

Codicil to the will of William Gracy, Sr. Mentions his grandson Rush Gracy, son of William Gracy Jr. witness was William Nelson. 21 March 1825, p.60.

The final settlement of estate of William Gracy was presented, 7 January 1828, p.90.

Sarah Green, widow of James Green, was appointed administratrix of her husband's estate, 15 June 1821, p.2.

The account of Sarah Green of estate of James Green was received, 3 June 1822, p.22

Will of Anderson Harmon dated 2 September 1833. Mentions his wife Nancy, his daughter Leaner Cruthis, and "my children." The executrix was his wife, and the witnesses were Elihue R. McCord, Peter Long, William Pullum, and John Coyle, 1 October 1833, p.213.

Henry Harman, Fanny Harman, and James Harman, children of Anderson Harman, deceased, and over age 14, chose Peter Long as their guardian, 5 May 1835, p.275.

The bill of appraisement of goods and chattels of Nancy Harman was presented, 28 April 1835, p.280.

The sale bill of estate of Nancy Harman was presented, 21 May 1835, p.283.

Letters of administration were granted to Nancy Harris for the estate of John Harris 6 August 1832, p.157.

Inventory of estate of John Henry was presented 21 February 1825, p.57.

Mathew Henry was appointed administrator of estate of John Henry, 8 March 1824, p.47.

The account of Anderson Hill, administrator of estate of Samuel Hill, received 17, June 1822, p.26.

Letters of administration were granted to Jacob Holbrook, Jr., for estate of Jacob Holbrook, Sr., who died in August 1836, p. 348.

The bill of appraisement of the personal estate of Jacob Holbrook, Sr., was presented, 31 August 1836, p.372.

The bill of sale of personal estate Jacob Holbrook, Sr. presented, 16 September 1836, p.376.

The sale bill of estate of Bethiah Howell was presented, 6 June 1835, p.291.

Will of Joseph Howell dated 7 August 1833. Mentions his daughter Betsey Blanchard, his daughter Abigail Lacy, his wife Bethiah, his daughter Sarah Howell, his daughter Amelina Howell, and his sons John Smith and Silan Wines Howell. The executor was John Gilmore, and witnesses included Asahel Enloe, Peter Hubbard, Elisha (or Elihu) Smith, p.199. [
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Codicil to will of Joseph Howell dated 19 August 1833. Mentions his grandsons Henry and Joseph Birge. Witnesses were Asahel Enloe, Hugh McReynolds, and Lucy White. The codicil also refers to his wife but her name was not given. August 1833, p.20?

Bill of appraisement of personal property Joseph Howell was presented, 28 September 1833, p.203.

Bill of sale of the property of Joseph Howell was presented, no date, p. 205.

The final settlement of estate of Joseph Howell was presented, 5 January 1835, p. 247.

William Hunter Jr., was appointed guardian of Martha Hooper, Henry Hart, William Watson and Thomas Emery Sugg, minor children under age of 14 of William F. (or T.) Sugg, deceased, 23 June 1836, p.342.

William Hunter, guardian of the minor heirs of W.F. Sugg, deceased, demonstrated to the court that he had been unsuccessful in trying to rent or lease the estate of said Sugg, 23 August 1837, p. 436.

Mary Jett and William M. Hutchison were appointed administrators of the estate of Humphrey Jett, 28 October 1829, p.110.

Hackney B. Japes (?) was arrested on charges brought by Robert W. January, James Thomson, Edward Kaygen, John Poindexter, and Samuel Poindexter, 16 January 1832, p.152.

The sale list of property of Humphrey Jett was presented, 26 July 1828, p.120.

Interest on bond of John Jett, guardian of children of Humphrey Jett, deceased, amounted to $222.92 ½. John Jett agreed to bring this amount on the first Monday of November. He was removed from his guardianship on 2 November 1835 and instructed to deliver to John Barber, Sr., present guardian of Stark N. and Thomas A Jett, minor heirs of Humphrey Jett, $140.61 ½ with interest 6 October 1834, p.231.

Mary Jett resigned the guardianship of Wesley M, Stark N., and Thomas A. Jett. John Jett was appointed in her place, 6 August 1832, p.159.

Sarah H. Jett, minor child of Humphrey Jett, deceased, over the age of 14, chose Mary Jett as her guardian; Mary Jett was appointed guardian of Wesley M., Stark N. and Thomas A. Jett, minor children under the age of 14 of Humphrey Jett, deceased, 4 July 1831, p. 146.

Wesley Jett, over the age of 14 and son of Humphrey Jett, chose William Paisley as his guardian, 2 November 1835, p. 307.

Will of Charles Johnson dated 10 September 1821 mentions his wife Polly, sons Benjamin, Hugh, and Dunken. Executors were his sons Benjamin and Hugh, and the witnesses were Hugh Williams and Thomas Powers, 5 March 1822, p.14.

Settlement of probation of estates of Charles Johnson and Hardy Volentine was accepted by the court, 9 April 1824, p.50.

Benjamin and Hugh Johnson, executors of will of Charles Johnson, submitted final settlement of estate, 5 April 1824, p.50.

Benjamin Johnson filed final settlement of estate of Hardy Volentine, April 1824, p.50.

Duncan and James Johnson, minor children of Charles Johnson, deceased, had John Powers appointed as their guardian, March 1822, p.17.

John Johnson, father James M. Johnson, deceased, was appointed administrator of estate, 15 December 1824, p.55.

Will of James Johnston dates 14 January 1835. Mentions his wife and sons James and John C. Johnston. The executors were his sons James and John C. Johnston and the witnesses were John M. Gilmore and Gideon B. Gilmore. 2 February 1835, p. 258. James Johnston died 18 January 1835.

Appraisement bill of personal property James Johnston, 24 February 1835, p.266.

List of sale of personal property James Johnston, 25 February 1835, p. 268.

Letters of administration were granted James Johnston and William White for the estate of Nathaniel Johnston who died 4 December 1836, 17 December 1836, p.382.

Final settlement of estate of James Johnston was presented, 6 March 1837, p.398.

Will of Jane Johnston dated 28 November 1835. Mentions James Johnston, John C. Johnston, and Harrison and Sarah H. Foster. The executor was William Paisley, and the witnesses were John Barber, Sr., and George Donnell. 21 December 1835, p.356.

Schedule of the credits and real estate of N. Johnston was presented, 10 April 1837, p.417.

Eunice Jones was appointed administratrix of estate of Isaac Jones, deceased, 29 August 1828, p.95.

The inventory of estate Isaac Jones was presented, 20 October 1828, p.95.

Final settlement of the estate of Isaac Jones was presented, 2 June 1833, p. 195.

John Jones, over the age of 14 and son of Isaac Jones, deceased, chose Andrew Williams as his guardian, 3 October 1831, p.149.

James H. and John L. Kirkpatrick were appointed guardians of the infant children of Thomas Kirkpatrick, deceased, 18, February 1822, p.9.

Will of Thomas Kirkpatrick dated 15 December 1821, mentions wife Polly, sons James H. and John L. who were named executors, and "each one of my children." Witnesses were Benjamin Mills and George Davidson, 18, February 1822, p.10.

The final settlement of estate of Thomas Kirkpatrick was presented 2 May 1825, p.72.

The final settlement of the estate of Thomas Kirkpatrick was presented 22 March, 1832, p. 155.

Adam Lasher was discharged from disbursement from imprisonment for debt in a case wherein Michael Clifford obtained judgment, 15 June 1821, p.4.

Will of John Laughlin dated 29 April 1825. Mentions his wife Mary, sons James, T. Williamson, Alexander M., J. Newton, and "my daughters." References to James Wafer but no relationship is indicated. Mentions land in Ohio. Witnesses were William M. Stewart and James M. Willis. 29 May 1826, p.73. (See pp. 183 and 184 of this quarterly for "Autobiography of James Wafer." -Ed.)

Will of Samuel Lee, Sr., dated 18 February 1825. Mentions wife Polly, son Elias Smith Lee, and daughter Polly Ann Lee. Executor was Thomas B. Wait, and the witnesses were Thomas Brown, James M. Davies, and Robert Plantt. Because Thomas B. Wait was out of the state, John Lee was appointed administrator. 8 March 1833, p.174.

The schedule of property of David Lile was presented, 5 February 1833, p.166.

David Lile was discharged from imprisonment, 5 February 1833, p.166.

The widow of David Lile, who died 6 June 1837, relinquished her right of administration, and James E. Lile was appointed in her place, 7 August 1837, p.422.

Elijah Lindley rendered account of his guardianship, 6 June 1835, p. 279.

List of the sale of property of Elisha Lindley, 25 August 1833, p.178.

Final settlement of the estate of Elisha Lindley was presented 7 April 1834, p.193.

Elizabeth Lindley, widow of Elisha Lindley, relinquished her right of administration of her husband's estate to Ranson Gear and Elijah Lindley, 6 August 1832, p.158.

Jane Lindley relinquished right of administration to estate of her late husband, William Lindley, and Andrew Moody was appointed administrator, 27 September 1832, p.160.

The sale bill of personal property of William Lindley was presented, no date, p.161.

Non-cupative will of James Lingo brought into court by his widow Jane. Mentions his wife and children but does not name the latter. Witnesses were Joshua Barker, Jordan Barker, and Daniel File. Will made 10 August 1835, James Lingo died that same day. 14 August 1835, p.353.

The bill of appraisement of estate James Lingo was presented, no date, p.361.

The final settlement of estate of James Lingo was presented, 21 March 1837, p.418.

The inventory of estate James Long, deceased, was returned, 15 June 1829, p.95.

$30.26 of debt plus the court costs from the estate of James Lingo remain after the sale of his real estate, 3 June 1839, p.440.

Sarah Long and Peter Long were appointed administrators of estate James Long 12 July 1828, p.91

The widow Madra relinquished her right of administration to the estate of her husband, William Madra. Richard Spradling was appointed administrator. William Madra died 21 June 1836, p. 350.

The inventory of personal property of William Madra was presented, no date, p.387.

The inventory of the estate of Anna Manning was presented 3 April 1834, p.219.

The sale bill of the estate of Anna Manning was presented, 3 April 1834, p. 220.

William Manning was appointed administrator of the estate of Anna Manning, 11 October 1831, p. 150.

William Manning, administrator of the estate of Anna Manning, was summoned to answer the petition of Noah A. Sugg, one of his securities. William Manning failed to appear and John Clause was appointed administrator, 2 September 1834, p. 221

Letters of administration were granted to Sloss McAdams for estate of John W. Strode because the original administrator, Charles Slade had died. 3 August 1835, p.295.

John H. McCord, executor of the estate of Samuel Dixon, was to be refunded $24.05 ¾ by the legatees of Samuel Dixon since the estate was insolvent, 3 April 1837, p.432.

Will of Samuel McCreaken dated 8 July 1835. Mentions his sons Ephraim and Eli McCreaken and his wife Margaret. Witnesses were Thomas Cline and John N. Hunter 12 September 1835, p.300.

Letters of administration were granted to James McGahey, Jr. for estate James McGahey Sr., who died 13 May 1835, 22 March 1836, p.335.

Final settlement of estate James S. McGahey, Sr., was presented, 6 March 1837, p.397.

The bill of appraisement of personal property of James McGahey, Sr., was presented, 25 March 1837, p.419.

The bill of sale of goods David Mills, deceased, was presented, 23 September 1835, p.247.

The sale bill of personal property David H. Mills was presented, no date, p.251.

Nancy Mills was appointed administratrix of estate of David Mills, 26 September 1834, p.223.

William Mills was appointed guardian of George Mills, under age of 14 and son of David H. Mills, deceased, 6 June 1836, p. 341.

Mrs. Ruth Moffat and Hugh T. White were appointed administrators of estate of David Moffat, 2 March 1829, p. 100.

The inventory of the estate of David Moffett was presented, 2 March 1829, p.101.

The final settlement of estate of David Moffett was presented, 1 March 1830, p. 114.

Letters of administration were granted to Malinda Moody and B.E. Sellars for the estate of Richard Moody, 27 August 1836, p.348.

The bill of appraisement of personal estate Richard C. Moody presented, 3 September 1836, p.384.

The sale bill of personal estate Richard C. Moody presented, 24 September 1836, p.384.

Will of Philip Moore, Sr., dated 30 September 1828. Mentions his daughter Phebe, Peggy, and Jane Moore, sons Daniel, Philip, James and William Moore, and grandson Daniel Elam. Executors were his sons Daniel and Philip Moore and witnesses were Alexander Elam and Alexander Glenn. 6 July 1829, p. 105.

The inventory of estate of Philip Moore was presented, 1 August 1829, p.111.

Will of James Nance, dated 15 March 1820. Mentions his wife Martha whom he named executrix. Witnesses were William Powers, Elizah Powers, James Boles, Samuel D. Stallard, James McGillespie, and Henry Williams, 25 June 1831, p.144.

The bill of appraisement of the personal estate of James Nance was presented, 2 July 1831, p. 145.

Letters of administration were issued to Agnes Orr for the estate of Alexander Orr, 18, March 1822, p.17.

The account of Agnes Orr, administratrix of the estate of Alexander Orr, was received, 4 August 1823, p. 35.

The inventory of estate of Alexander Orr was presented to court, 20 May 1822, p.19

Barnett and Edward Paine, over the age of 14 and children of John Paine late of Garrard County, Kentucky, chose James Clanton as their guardian, 6 August 1832, p.156.

Edward, Thomas, John, Abner, Moses R., and Elizabeth Paine chose Sarah Paine as their guardian, 14 September 1835, p.293.

Will of Sanford Pease. Mentions his wife Charlotte Agustes. He designated his property in Connecticut in the hands of Noah and Teshuran Pease for the Educational Society of Tolland County. Theodore Pease, the lad who had accompanied him to Illinois, was to receive a sufficient sum to return to Connecticut. He refers to his ten brothers and Catherine Hitchchock, the daughter of his former wife. The executors were James McClung and Thomas White, and the witnesses James Stafford and James Harkley. 6 March 1837, p.399.

The inventory of goods and chattels of Sanford Pease was presented, no date, p. 410.

William Perkins sought to be discharged from imprisonment in a case wherein Samuel Lee was the plaintiff, 1 August, p. 30.

The sale bill of property Martha Plant was presented 5 January 185, p.261.

The bill of appraisement of property Patsy Plant was presented 15 December 1834, p. 260.

Final settlement of estate of Patsy Plant was presented 1 May 1837, p.397.

Amount of property sold from estate of Williamson Plant, 13 July 1833, p. 197.

Settlement of estate of Williamson Plant was presented, 2 March 1835, p. 279.

Settlement of the guardianship of the heirs of Williamson Plant by Henry Williams, guardian, 5 September 1836, p.351.

Martha Plant, widow of Williamson Plant, relinquished her right of administration to Lorenzo D. Plant, 2 June 1833, p.177.

Atherline, Sarah Ann, Louisa Jane, Esther, and Lander Pool, children and heirs of Thomas Pool and under the age of 14, had Josiah Austin appointed as their guardian, 4 September 1837, p. 437.

The inventory of personal estate Thomas Pool was presented, 7 November 1835, p.357.

The sale bill of personal property Thomas Pool presented 28 November 1835, p.360.

The final settlement of the estate of Thomas Pool was presented, 4 September 1837, p.437.

The administrators of the estate of Thomas Pool, Joshua Sharp, and Levinia Pool, were to be released from their bond, 8 October 1838, p.439.

Letters of administration were granted to William and ______ Pool for estate of Thomas Pool, 2 November 1825, p.305.

Final settlement of the estate of John Powers was presented 7 November 1825, p.63.

Lucinda Powers was granted letters of administration for estate John Powers, deceased, 15 November 1824, p.54.

Samuel Powers was appointed administrator of the estate of Isaac Price in the right of his widow, 3 September 1821, p.6.

Samuel Powers, husband of Lucretia Powers, widow and administratrix of the estate of Isaac Powers, submitted on account of his administrations, 18, February 1822, p.9.

Anna Prickett, widow of John Prickett, Jr. who died 8 September 1833, received letter of administration to his estate, 4 November 1833, p.206.

Final settlement of estate of John Prickett was presented, 18 May 1835, p. 283.

Bill of appraisement of estate John Prickett, Jr., was presented, November 1833, p.207.

Elizabeth Reed, minor child of James Reed, deceased, chose Isaac Reed as her guardian, 15 September 1826, p.81.
Barnabas Riley was appointed administrator of estate of Samuel Riley, 4 March 1833, p.171.

The final settlement of estate of Samuel Riley was presented, no date, p. 259.

Will of James Robinson dated 4 August 1830. Mentions his wife Rebecca and refers to his children although they are not named. Executors were his wife, Hugh Robinson, and George Donnell, Sr. Witnesses were James McGahey and David McAdow. 24 August 1830, p.125.

The sale bill of property of James Robinson was presented, 22 September 1830, p.133.

The final settlement of the estate of James Robinson was presented 5 March 1831, p. 154.

Will of William Robinson dated 14 November 1821 mentions wife Ann, sons John, Hugh, Gideon, William, Mathew Brown, James, Milton, David Moffitt, and Samson Henry Robinson. It would appear that two other legatees, Moffit and Lawson Robinson were also his sons, although the relationship is not specified. Executors were his sons Gideon and Mathew B. Robinson, and the witnesses were David and Ruth Moffit. 1 July 1822, p. 28.

Letters of administrations were granted to Joseph Scott for estate of William Scott who died 30 August 1835; His widow relinquished her right of administration. 25 September 1835, p.303.

The sale bill of personal property Joseph Scott was presented, 24 November 1835, p.332.

Final settlement of estate Joseph Scott was presented 5 December 1836, p.392.

Bennet Seegraves, assignee of Thomas L. Harper, assignee of Thomas Beard and his wife Hannah, lawful heirs of Hannah Babcock, deceased, vs. William M. Stewart 17 February 1832, p. 153.

Letters of administration were granted to Elizabeth Segress and James Smith for the estate of William Segress, 7 September 1835, p.299.

Stephen J. and Mahala Segrest, minor heirs of William Segrest over age 14, chose Elijah Pigg as their guardian, 6 February 1837, p.395.

Bill of appraisement of personal estate William Segrest presented, 11 September 1835, p.319.

The sale bill of personal property William Segrest was presented, 29 September 1835, p.322.

Final settlement of estate William Segrest was presented, 6 February 1837, p.392.

Elisha Smith was appointed guardian of the minor children of _____ Smith by his wife, daughter of _______ late of North Caroline, 16 July 1834, p.216.

Peter Smith proved that Obadiah David was deceased and that he had no relative or next of kin in the county. Letters of administration were granted to said Smith, 5 March 1822, p.13.

Will of John Wesley Strode, of Frederick County, Virginia, dated 18, August 1823, mentions his wife Eliza, his youngest son Honore, and sons John and James. References to property in Mason County, Kentucky, Fayette County, Kentucky, New Madrid County, Missouri, Frederick County, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland. Executors for the property in Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky and the District of Columbia were Lewis Martin of Rockville, Maryland and Dr. Thomas John Claggett of Frederick County, Maryland; the executor of the property in Missouri and Illinois was to be Charles Slade. Witnesses were Jacob B. Darke, Samuel Burnside, and John Burnside 18 August 1823, p.37.

The estate of John W. Strode was insufficient to pay his debts; accordingly, the court authorized the administrator to sell the land of the deceased, 1 February 1836, p.309.

William M. Stuart was appointed administrator of estate of Hannah Babcock, deceased, 22 December 1829, p. 113.

Inventory of estate of John Stubblefield, deceased was presented, 16 May 1825, p.60.

The final settlement of the estate of John Stubblefield was presented, 7 November 1831, p.151.

Rebecca Stubblefield, widow of John Stubblefield, relinquished her right of administration, Wyatt Stubblefield was accordingly appointed administrator of estate, 17 November 1823, p.45.

Wyatt Stubblefield appointed guardian of Peanda M., William, John, Wiatte, Huldah, and Polly Stubblefield, minor children of John Stubblefield, deceased, all of who were under the age of 14, 5 February 1824, p.47.

Wyatt Stubblefield, guardian of children John Stubblefield, moved for a final settlement with Wyatt and Huldah Stubblefield, children of said John Stubblefield, now of proper age, 3 June 1830, p. 124.

Will of Aquilla Sugg dated 22 January 1833. Mentions sons Thomas W., Foushee T., Lemuel R., daughter Martha K. Gilmore, wife Lucinda, children of his daughter, Mary M. Young, namely William McKendree, Martha J., Nancy M., and Elizabeth Young, his daughter Eliza Nesbitt, His daughter Louisan Cole, and his eldest sons William T., and Noah Sugg. Executors were his wife and his sons William T., Noah A., and Thomas W. Sugg. Witnesses were Henry Williams, Noah Sugg, and John Hunter. February 1833, p.167.

The bill of appraisement of the estate of Aquilla Sugg was presented, 25 October 1834, p.223.

The widow of Josiah Sugg, who died on 5 December 1836, relinquished her right of administration, and William B. Murry was appointed in her place, 6 February 1837, p.383.

The bill of appraisement of property of Josiah Sugg was presented, 4 January 1837, p.413.

Letters of administration were granted to Noah A. Sugg for estate of William F. Sugg, 6 June 1836, p.336.

Noah A. Sugg, administrator of the estate of W.F. Sugg, submitted his statement of money paid out to William Hunter, 23 August 1837, p.436.

Bill of sale of personal property of William F. Sugg was presented, 1 July 1837.

Hardy Vollentine, Jr., was appointed guardian of Charles Johnson and ---- Johnson, children of Charles Johnson, deceased, both of whom were under the age of 14, March 1822, p.17.

Will of Hardy Volentine dated 24 July 1821 mentions his daughters Rebecca Nye (or Rye) Letty Nye (or Rye), sons William and hardy, and nephew Benjamin Johnson. Executors were his sons William and Hardy Volentine. Witnesses were John H. Pugh, Elisha Blanchard, and William McKinney 26 May 1822, p.20.

William Volentine was appointed administrator estate Patsy Plant, 22 December 1834, p.245.

Will of James R. Watson dated 7 January 1837. Mentions his wife Catherine, his sons Joab, Fielding, and Isaac, and daughters Sara Deweben, Elizabeth Gilmore and Mary Clanton. Witnesses were James Willeford, Isaac H. Price, and David Price. 7 January 1837, p.390.

Betsy Lucinda White and Cynthia Permela White, minors over the age of 14 and children of John White, deceased, chose James Denny as their guardian, 3 August 1829, p. 108.

Will of Isaac White dated 14 September 1821, mentions wife Jane, daughters Lucy, Sarah, Rebecca and son John, who was named executor. Witnesses were David Moffett and William White, 14 September 1821, p.7.

John and Jane White applied for exemption form the sale of the property of the late Isaac White, 18, February 1822, p.9.

Letters of administration were granted to Martha White, widow of John White, 18 April 1826, p. 67.

Samuel White was appointed guardian of Benjamin Meek White, Martha Miriam White and Harriet Jane White, minors under the age of 14 and children of John white, deceased, 3 August 1829, p. 109.

Will of Thomas White, undated. Mentions his wife Isabella, sons Charles, John B., Hugh F., James, Thomas, and Alexander R. White, his son-in-law Samuel G. Morse, and his daughter Peggy W. White. Executors were his sons John B. and Hugh F. Witnesses were Milton Robinson and Hugh Robinson. 17 May 1824, p.51

Henry Williams was appointed guardian of Elizabeth B. Plant, Sophrona T. Plant, and Franky W. Plant, all under age of 14 and children of Williamson Plant, deceased, 23 December 1823, p.245.

The widow of Isaac Williams relinquished her right of administration to Henry Williams, 13 November 1834, p.234.

The appraisement bill of personal property Isaac Williams, deceased, was presented, 5 December 1834, p. 254.

The bill of sale of chattels of estate Isaac Williams was presented, 5 December 1834, p.254

Joseph, Andrew, and George Williams, minors over the age of 14 and children of John Williams, deceased, chose John Williams as their guardian, 7 September 1830, p. 128.

Will of Samuel Young dated 6 July 1836. Mentions his wife Theodotia and "my children" Witnesses were John Barber and William Young, 12 July 1836, p.364.

Letters of administration were granted to William Young for the estate of Josiah Sugg, Sr. because none of the deceased's next of kin had applied for said letters, 16 March 1831, p.138.

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