Estrays-Lost Animals

Source: Feb. 2, 1860, Pike County Journal
Contributed by Mindy Doellman
Who, of, Found these "Estrays" Date
James LIKES, Barry Light gray Horse July 28, 1859
Sarah A. TUCKER, Milton White and Speckled Stear Aug. 28, 1859
John EEKELBERGER, Not Listed Red and White Ox Nov. 10, 1859
John C. HOUSE, Bar?? Light gray Mare Nov. 12, 1859
Jacob FOREMAN, Spring Creek Black Mare Nov. 15, 1859
S.S. DAVIDSON, Pittsfield Bright bay Horse Nov. 18, 1859
John W. LICKIN, Taylor Iron gray Filley Nov. 30, 1859
Solomon CARR, Kinderbrook Yoke of work Cattle Sep. 22, 1859
B.H. ATTKINSON, Pittsfield Whit and Red Bull Nov. 22, 1859
Benj. WHEELER, Pearl Clay bank Filley Nov. 21, 1859
Wm. LANDEAS, Newburgh Brown or dark Brindle Steer Nov. 28, 1859


Who, of, Found these "Estrays" Date
David COX, Hardin Red Steer
David COX, Hardin Red Brindle Heifer
David COX, Hardin Red Puded Heifer
Alex MORROW, Pleasant Vale Red & White Spotted Muly Steer
Alex MORROW, Pleasant Vale Red & White Spotted Yearling Steer
Alex MORROW, Pleasant Vale Dark Red Yearling Steer Dec 10.
David HOLLIS, Spring Creek Red Brindle & White pided Zearling Steer Dec 19 1859
John FLORN, Hadley Red & White Spotted Steer
Alonzo HUNTLEY Brindle & White Spotted Steer Dec 10 1859
Alfred SHIPMAN, Hadley Small Pided Yearling Steer &
A Red Yearling Heifer
Dec 15 1859
Edward GROGGEN, Kinderbrook Pale Red Heifer Dec 3, 1859
N.C. TAILOR, Fairmount White & Red Spotted Steer Dec 10 1859
B.F. SEEHORN Red Steer Dec 17 1859
James SIX, Perry Black Steer Dec 20 1859
James SIX, Perry Yoke of Oxed & a Red Ro?? Steer Dec 7,1859


Who, of, Found these "Estrays" Date
LOVETT, Clark of Atlas 4 Head of Cattle - 1 white steer with some red spots on sides, marked with under half crop and upper bit in right ear, 2 years old, appraised at $11: 1 red & white steer, marked, split in right ear, 1 year old, appraised at $5: 1 roan heifer, marked, underbit in right ear, under half crop in left ear, branded "T" on left hip, 2 years old, appraised at $6: 1 red steer, with some white on back & belly, marked, underbit in right and under half crop in left ear & branded "T" on left hip, 2 years old, appraised at $8: (WM. Steers, Clerk) Thursdad, March 22, 1866 - Pike Co., Democrat