Stewart County Settlements and Bonds, Volume F(March 1843 Ė June 1848)

 

transcribed 2003 by Jim Long

 

1†† Joseph Pinner, W. B. Cherry, A. J. Shemwell, W. C. Jones, Z. T. Shemwell, administratorís bond for John R. Acree; 6 Mar 1843

2†† Louisa Wimberly, W. C. Jones, David Jones, Joel B. Acree, administratorís bond for James Wimberly; 6 Mar 1843

3†† Daniel R. Williams, John D. Morris, Wesley Brandon, administratorís bond for William C. Williams; 6 Mar 1843

4†† sale of the estate of F. S. Weaks by administrator W. B. Weaks; buyers include H. H. Weaks, W. B. Weaks, J. S. Weaks, Sarah L. Weaks, John L. Weaks; 21 Jan 1843

6†† sale of the estate of David Earhart by administrator Richard Cooley on 17 Feb 1843

10††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Matthew Locke; recorded March term 1843

11††††† additional settlement with Samuel Ross, administrator of James Jackson; Mar 1843

12††††† account current of Henry Mizell with Stephen Mizell, surviving executor; mentions that former executor Hardy Mizell has died; March term 1843

13††††† account current of Charles Porter with executor William L. Dunbar; March term 1843

13†† yearís provisions for the widow of Francis S. Weaks; 17 Feb 1843

14††††† account current of Isaac West; March term 1843

14†† yearís provisions for the widow of Matthew Locke; 16 Feb 1843

14†† yearís provisions for the widow of David Earhart; March term 1843

14††††† receipt by James Lewis for money received of Henry Edwards as one of the heirs of Thomas W. Lewis, willed to the heirs by their grandfather, William Lewis of Pittsylvania County, Virginia; 10 Apr 1841, recorded April term 1843

15††††† receipt by William C. Lewis for money received of Henry Edwards as one of the heirs of Thomas W. Lewis, willed to the heirs by their grandfather, William Lewis of Pittsylvania County, Virginia; 7 May 1839, recorded April term 1843

15††††† receipt by Thomas W. Lewis for money received of Henry Edwards as one of the heirs of Thomas W. Lewis, willed to the heirs by their grandfather, William Lewis of Pittsylvania County, Virginia; 18 Sep 1839, recorded April term 1843

15†† year's provisions for the five children of Berry Williams by his first wife; March term 1843

16††††† account current of Theodore S. Scarborough with Nathan Brandon, for his wife Sarah Ann, administratrix; Mar 1843

16††††† inquest into the death of Jo, a slave belonging to Thomas French; death on 4 Mar 1843 occurred by ďvisitation of GodĒ

17††††† Heneretta Daugherty, James Daugherty, W. B. Johnson, Benjamin W. Cook, administratorís bond for Dennis Daugherty; 3 Apr 1843

18††††† inventory & sale of the estate of William C. Williams; buyers include Collins Williams, George Wallace, Daniel R. Williams, William W. Cherry, James M. Cherry

19†† year's provisions for Nancy Williams (widow of William C. Williams); 22 Mar 1843

19†† year's provisions for Penina Williams (widow of Berry Williams); 22 Mar 1843

20†† yearís provisions for Mary Acree (widow of John R. Acree); 18 Mar 1843

20††††† account current of John Williams by administrator Jesse C. Ingram; Apr 1843

20†† John W. Wofford and Peter T. Wofford, refunding bond for their part of the estate of John Gardner, if the will is ďattacked and set asideĒ; 8 Apr 1843

21†† Peter Lynch, Chairman of the County Court, indentures orphan Henning Page, age 11, to William H. Ellis; security:A. Wallace; 1 May 1843

21†† Abner Johnson, W. B. Cherry, A. Wallace, Arthur Sikes, Willis Whitford, constable bond for District 10; 1 May 1843

22††††† account current of Josiah Askew with administrators D. O. Askew and Josiah Askew; May term 1843

22††††† letters of administration issued to William C. Jones, to execute the will of William R. Hicks; 5 Jun 1843

23††††† letters of administration issued to Josephus Outland, to execute the will of Bryant Outland; 5 Jun 1843

23††††† letters of administration issued to Joseph Pinner for the estate of John R. Acree, deceased intestate; 6 Mar 1843

23†† yearís provision for the widow of Samuel Davis; 4 Jan 1843

24†† will of William R. Hicks:wife Lydia Hicks, children unnamed; executor is William C. Jones; test:Isaac Parker, Laben Parker, Dudley Parker, C. C. Taylor; written 18 May 1843, proven June term 1843

24†† will of Briant Outland:youngest son James K. Outland; wife and other children unnamed; executor is brother Josephus Outland; wit:J. Hodges, Enos Lassiter, Joseph McClain; written 22 Jun 1843, proven June term 1843

interleaf:W. O. Cherry, guardian bond for Beuna Francis and Elmer Francis, minor heirs of Augusta Cherry Francis, deceased; 15 Jun 1926

25†† will of Daniel Lewis:son Isaac Newton Lewis, son William Lewis, son John Lewis, wife and other 9 children unnamed; executors are sons William and John; wit:John Wilson, Young Wilson, Richard Swor, J. J. Lewis; written 1 Jan 1842, proven June term 1843

26††††† Josephus Outland, David Jones, Robert McDougle, executorís bond for the will of Bryan Outland; 5 Jun 1843

27††††† William C. Jones, David Jones, Thomas G. Downs, executorís bond for the will of William R. Hicks; 5 Jun 1843

28†† James Wofford, J. E. Wynns, W. B. Cherry, John Wofford, P. T. Wofford, executorís bond for the will of John Gardner; 5 Jun 1843

29†† sale of the estate of Samuel Davis by administrator James Wyatt; 20 May 1843

29†† sale of the Negroes of the estate of John Gardner by administrators Samuel Wofford and James Wofford

30††††† inventory of the estate of George Webb by administrator David Gray

30††††† additional inventory and sale on 28 Sep 1842 of the estate of Anthony Lee by administrators William R. Lee and Mark Milam; sale contained items bequeathed by Anthony Lee to his wife Mary Lee during her lifetime; Mary Lee died 9 Sep 1842

36†† John D. Morris, Elisha Williams, James W. Williams, constable bond for District 4; 3 Jul 1843

37†† Robert Tompkins, William B. Cherry, W. L. Dunbar, A. Wallace, administratorís bond for Robert Jones; 3 Jul 1843

37††††† letters of administration issued to Robert Tompkins for the estate of Robert Jones, deceased intestate; 3 Jul 1843

38†† jury of inquest on 15 Jun 1843 in the death of Franklin W. Faucett; Faucett was found to have been shot during a riot at the residence of Lewis Mc W. Lunsford on 14 Jun 1843

38†† jury of inquest on 15 Jun 1843 in the death of Lewis Mc W. Lunsford; Lunsford was found to have been killed by James Southerland, A. S. Davis and William Perdue with a rock during a riot at his own residence on 14 Jun 1843

39††††† additional inventory and sale of James Wimberly by administrator Joseph Pinner

39††††† account current of Jacob Shryock with administrator Samuel Shryock; July term 1843

40-94††††† additional sale and inventory of John R. Acree

94†† James Lee, J. C. Ingram, H. Vollentine, administratorís bond for Charles King; 7 Aug 1843

95†† John James, W. B. Cherry, John Randle, common school money bond; 7 Aug 1843

95††††† account current of William Knighton with administrator Eli Rumfelt

96††††† account current of Elisha Askew; recorded Aug. term 1843

97††††† account current of Dover Male Academy by secretary W. R. Lee

98†† A. A. C. Rogers, Joseph C. Rogers, Isaac Rogers, Z. T. Shemwell, John H. Petty, administratorís bond for Mathew Rogers; 2 Oct 1843

99†† James Wofford, P. T. Wofford, W. W. Scarborough, John W. Wofford, administratorís bond for John Wofford; 2 Oct 1843

100††††† letters of administration to A. A. C. Rogers and Joseph C. Rogers for the estate of Mathew Rogers, deceased intestate; 2 Oct 1843

100††††† letters of administration to James Wofford for the estate of John Wofford, deceased intestate; 2 Oct 1840

100††††† inventory and sale of A. Fentress; recorded Oct. term 1843

101†† sale of the estate of Robert Jones; buyers include Herrod Jones, Cleton Jones; recorded Oct. term 1843

104††††† account current of Isebella Boyd; Nov. term 1843

104††††† account current of William Crosswell with administrator William Webb; Nov. term 1843

105††††† account current of John Gardner; Nov. term 1843

106††††† account current of James Wimberly with Joseph Pinner, administrator of John R. Acree, former administrator of James Wimberly

107††††† account current of Jordan Champion with administrator William C. Jones

108††††† account current of A. Fentress; Nov. term 1843

109††††† account current of Isaac Elliott; Nov. term 1843

109††††† account current of Isham Alsbrooks with administrator George Slaughter; Dec. term 1843

109††††† letters of administration to William Webb for the estate of William Crosswell, deceased intestate; 5 Jul 1841

110††††† letters of administration to William Fowler for the estate of Judith Fowler, deceased intestate; 7 Nov 1843

110††††† William T. Fowler, Peter Lynch, Jonathan Skinner, administratorís bond for Judith Fowler; 7 Nov 1843

111†† Payton S. Cook, Elijah Dawson, Arthur Sikes, constable bond for District 7; 4 Dec 1843

111††††† division of the Negroes of the estate of John Wofford to heirs John W. Wofford, Henry Scarborough, Peter T. Wofford, Asa D. Scarborough, Samuel Wofford, James Wofford, Henry Earles, William W. Scarborough; 4 Oct 1843, recorded Dec. term 1843

112†† will of Mary Moore:requests to be buried next to late husband on Nathan Brandon's land; son William Travis Moore, granddaughter Mary Elizabeth Vickers, daughter Jane, granddaughter Mary Swarr; executor is son William; wit:A. Goodrich, Isabella Manning; written 21 Dec 1842, proven Dec 1843

113†† yearís provisions for widow Sarah Wofford; 5 Oct 1843

114†† yearís provisions for the widow of Mathew Rogers; 13 Oct 1843

114†† sale of Berry Williams on 20 Feb 1843 by administrator J. Skinner; buyers include John McCoy, Campbell McCoy, John Williams, D. McCoy, Masen Williams, H. L. Atkins, Rice Williams

117††††† letters of administration to Abner Johnson for the estate of Thompson H. Johnson, deceased intestate; 1 Jan 1844

118†† sale of the estate of Mathew Rogers on 17 Oct 1843; buyers include Isaac C. Rogers, Peter O. Rogers, Mrs. N. Rogers, Joseph C. Rogers, A. A. C. Rogers; recorded Jan. term 1844

121††††† letters of administration to Allen J. Shemwell for the estate of Jesse Lassiter, deceased intestate; 1 Jan 1844

121†† return of the hiring of Negroes of the estate of William Webster for the year 1843

122††††† letters of administration to Prigeon Manning for the estate of Mathew Manning, deceased intestate; 1 Jan 1844

122††††† account current of Albert Holmes with administrators Nathaniel Holmes and James M. Holmes

123†† James Scarborough, John Hinson, William K. Colson, Arthur Sikes, William Downs, A. D. Scarborough, coronerís bond; 1 Jan 1844

123†† A. J. Shemwell, Lurana Lassiter, Z. T. Shemwell, Joseph Pinner, F. H. Clark, administratorís bond for Jesse Lassiter; 1 Jan 1844

124†† Louisa Wimberly, Edward C. Acree, N. B. Acree, A. J. Shemwell, administratorís bond for James Wimberly; 1 Jan 1844

125†† Robert C. Matthews, Nathaniel Holmes, P. H. Matthews, administratorís bond for James J. Matthews; 1 Jan 1844

126†† Abner Johnson, Arthur Sikes, William Bell, administratorís bond for Thompson H. Johnson; 1 Jan 1844

127††††† division of the Negroes of the estate of William H. West to heirs James M. Lewis, Philip B. Nolin, William B. Cherry, William West, James West; lots were put in a hat and drawn by William Meredith Cook, aged about nine years; 28 Dec 1843

127††††† Prigeon Manning, H. Vollentine, Z. T. Shemwell, administratorís bond for Matthew Manning; 1 Jan 1844

128††††† division of the Negroes of the estate of William W. Bradford to heirs Mary Bradford (now the wife of Peter F. Gray) and William C. Bradford; 5 Jan 1844

129†† John T. Bailey, George W. Gatlin, B. H. Sanders, administratorís bond for William Knighton; 5 Feb 1844

129†† James W. Williams, John T. Bailey, Jonathan Skinner, administrator of Elizabeth Morgan, deceased intestate; 5 Feb 1844

130†† George W. Stanfill, William L. Dunbar, Peter F. Gray, William M. Andrews, T. J. Sligh, A. Wallace, administratorís bond for John Stanfill; 5 Feb 1844

131†† James Southerland Jr., James Southerland Sr., John R. Elkins, ferry bond across Cumberland River at the mouth of North Cross Creek; 5 Feb 1844

131††††† letters of administration to George W. Stanfill for the estate of John Stanfill; 5 Feb 1844

132††††† letters of administration to James W. Williams for the estate of Elizabeth Morgan, deceased intestate; 5 Feb 1844

132††††† letters of administration to John T. Bailey for the estate of William Knighton, deceased intestate; 5 Feb 1844

132†† Peter Lynch, Chairman of the County Court, indentures Catherine Black, a Negro girl aged 8, to Aaron Goodrich; 5 Feb 1844

133†† sale of the estate of Matthew Manning; buyers include Nelson Griffin, P. Manning, John Manning, L. M. Manning, widow Manning, John Manning, H. L. Atkins, William Griffin, T. W. Griffin, Mary Joiner

136†† sale of the estate of John Wofford on 12 Oct 1843

139††††† account current of Thomas Scarborough by Elisha Young; March term 1844

139†† George W. Stanfill, administrator of John Stanfill, and John L. McMillan, make bond in Stanfillís protest of the yearís provisions to Tabitha Stanfill, widow of John Stanfill; 4 Mar 1844

140†† sale of the estate of James J. Matthews; buyers include Robert C. Matthews, J. M. Matthews

142†† yearís provisions for Lurany Lassiter, widow of Jesse Lassiter; 13 Jan 1844

143†† yearís provisions for Tabitha Stanfill, widow of John Stanfill; March term 1844

143††††† account current of Joseph Champion with administrator Joel Biggs; March term 1844

144††††† account current of John R. Lewis with administrator William Moore

145†† Samuel C. Boughter, William Phillips, James M. Lewis, G. W. Stanfill, James W. Williams, sheriff and collectorís bond for two years; 1 Apr 1844

146†† John James, John Randle, James T. Morris, trusteeís bond; 1 Apr 1844

146†† Hiram Vollentine, John H. Petty, James T. Morris, Z. T. Shemwell, W. B. Cherry, registerís bond; 1 Apr 1844

146†† Peter Lynch, B. F. Fraser, John Randle, rangerís bond; 1 Apr 1844

147†† Samuel Ross, Abithel Wallace, Nathan G. Morris, William G. Morris, M. S. Ross, surveyor's bond; 1 Apr 1844

147††††† William Bailey, W. L. Dunbar, N. G. Morris, A. Wallace, entry takerís bond; 1 Apr 1844

148†† W. L. Dunbar, Peter F. Gray, T. E. Dunbar, constable bond for District 1; 1 Apr 1844

148†† John R. Elkins, Jonathan Skinner, James W. Williams, William H. Ellis, constable bond for District 2; 1 Apr 1844

148††††† William H. Ellis, William T. Weston, John R. Elkins, William L. Dunbar, William C. Jones, Z. T. Shemwell, constable bond for District 3; 1 Apr 1844

149†† John D. Morris, J. J. Shemwell, N. G. Morris, Thomas Kemp, W. G. Morris, constable bond for District 4; 1 Apr 1844

149†† Samuel W. Kelly, James M. Lewis, Jefferson F. Gentry, constable bond for District 5; 1 Apr 1844

150††††† William H. McGee, William C. Rutland, Jonathan Skinner, Arthur Sikes, constable bond for District 7; 1 Apr 1844

150††††† Jonathan Skinner, A. Wallace, James W. Williams, James T. Morris, constable bond for District 7; 1 Apr 1844

151†† Ira Belisle, L. B. Belisle, John T. Bailey, J. Skinner, J. W. Williams, Samuel Ross, constable bond for District 8; 1 Apr 1844

151†† Elisha Dawson, John Randle, Elijah Dawson, George W. Gatlin, constable bond for District 9; 1 Apr 1844

151†† John A. Daniel, James Higgs, Hymon Tayloe, James M. Williams, Hardison Daniel, constable bond for District 10; 1 Apr 1844

152††††† Benjamin Collier, James Higgs, Allen McCaskell, Nathaniel Holmes, constable bond for District 11; 1 Apr 1844

152††††† Jefferson F. Gentry, William Phillips, James M. Lewis, administratorís bond for Elizabeth Gentry; 1 Apr 1844

153††††† Jefferson F. Gentry, William Phillips, James M. Lewis, administratorís bond for Mary Barnes; 1 Apr 1844

154††††† Abithel Wallace, Nathaniel G. Morris, Samuel Ross, administratorís bond for John H. Mockbee; 1 Apr 1844

155†† Henry Cato, William H. McGee, William Bailey, P. Lynch, administratorís bond for John Gillum Jr.; 1 Apr 1844

156†† sale of the estate of William R. Hicks; buyers include David V. Hicks, Emeline Hicks, Sonan Hicks, widow Hicks, Garland Hicks, P. M. Hicks, William Hicks

159††††† letters of administration to Abithel Wallace for the estate of John H. Mockbee, deceased intestate; 1 Apr 1844

159††††† letters of administration to Jefferson F. Gentry for the estate of Elizabeth Gentry, deceased intestate; 1 Apr 1844

159††††† letters of administration to Jefferson F. Gentry for the estate of Mary Barnes, deceased intestate

160††††† letters of administration to Henry Cato for the estate of John A. Gillum Jr.; 1 Apr 1844

160†† sale of Elizabeth Morgan on 17 Feb 1844; buyers include John H. Morgan

161††††† division of the Negroes belonging to David Daniel and William P. Dawson; 9 Jan 1844

162††††† account current of W. H. West with administratrix Sarah V. Nolin, wife of P. B. Nolin, formerly wife of W. H. West

164††††† account current of Dover Male Academy; 29 Mar 1844

164††††† division of the Negroes of the estate of Benjamin W. Tayloe to heirs Thomas D. Mockbee for Sarah Ann Tayloe and Sabastian Ingram for his wife Susan Adeline Ingram

165††††† account current of James Stalls with administrator Abithel Wallace

165††††† letters of administration to John Boswell to execute the will of Walter Boswell

166†† John Boswell, Samuel Wofford, George G. Boswell, executorís bond for the will of Walter Boswell; 6 May 1844

166†† S. S. Ingram and Susan A. Ingram, receipt from Thomas D. Mockbee, former guardian to Susan A. Tayloe Ingram, heir of Benjamin W. Tayloe; 10 Jan 1844

167††††† Richard M. Choat, Joshua Cobb, Henry Cato, Robert Coldwell, David Rogers, constable bond for District 6; 1 Apr 1844

167†† will of Walter Boswell:wife Susannah Boswell gets everything, but at her death it goes to George G. Boswell for the care and protection of William M. Boswell; son John Boswell, Sarah Boswell (relationship not stated), daughter Susannah Champion, son James J. Boswell, George G. Boswell (relationship not stated); executor is son John; wit:James W. Williams, James Blount; written 28 Nov 1843, proven May term 1844

169†† Annis Collins, Jacob Browning, Benjamin McIntosh, administratorís bond for Frances Collins; 6 May 1844

170†† yearís provisions for the widow of John A. Gillum; 6 May 1844

170††††† letters of administration to Annis Collins for the estate of Francis Collins, deceased intestate; 6 May 1844

171†† sale of the estate of John A. Gillum on 20 Apr 1844

171†† sale of the estate of John Stanfill by administrator George W. Stanfill; buyers include George W. Stanfill, Tabitha Stanfill, James Stanfill; recorded May term 1844

177††††† inventory of the estate of Elizabeth Gentry by administrator J. F. Gentry; May term 1844

178††††† letters of administration to Philip B. Nolin for the estate of John Stancel, deceased intestate; 3 Jun 1844

178††††† letters of administration to Lucy Bufford and Peter T. Wofford to execute the will of William Bufford; 3 Jun 1844

178†† will of William Bufford:wife Lucy Bufford, son George Bufford, son Richard Hyram Bufford, son William C. C. Bufford, son Samuel T. Bufford, daughter Minerva Ann Blanton, daughter Mary Ann Wofford; executors are wife Lucy and Peter T. Wofford; wit:A. Goodrich, J. Skinner, F. L. Sidebottom; written 22 Jan 1844, proven June term 1844

180††††† account current of Robertson Hamblett

180†† sale of the estate of Francis Collins; buyer was Annis Collins; June term 1844

181†† Lucy Bufford, Peter T. Wofford, J. Skinner, executorís bond for the will of William Bufford; 1 Jul 1844

182††††† letters of administration to Lucy Bufford to execute the will of William Bufford; 1 Jul 1844

182†† H. Madison Atkins, W. G. Wynns, James Kay, ranger's bond; 1 Jul 1844

182†† Thomas G. Downs, William C. Jones, N. B. Acree, ferry bond across Cumberland River opposite Lineport; 1 Jul 1844

183††††† widow's provisions for John Stancel's widow; 14 Jun 1844

183†† sale of the estate of John H. Mockbee; 1 Jul 1844

184†† sale of the estate of John Stancel; buyers include Frances Frizzell, J. A. Smith, G. Stancel, Jo Pinner, B. F. Broom, Enos Morgan, James M. Cherry, Evans Wallace, Alexander Clinard

185†† John A. Lisenby, O. W. Lisenby, W. B. Cherry, A. Wallace, John James, John R. Elkins, administratorís bond for John Lisenby; 5 Aug 1844

186††††† William M. Manning, W. C. Jones, David Jones, administratorís bond for John Manning; 5 Aug 1844

187†† John McKinnon, Henry Andrews, M. M. Vickers, administratorís bond for Daniel McKinnon; 5 Aug 1844

188†† John T. Bailey, B. Herndon, A. Wallace, administratorís bond for Sally Mayo; 5 Aug 1844

188†† Blake W. Rutland records ear mark of stock; Aug. term 1844

189†† Peter Lynch, Chairman of the County Court, indentures orphan Robert Rushing, aged 11, to Miles Summers

189††††† letters of administration to William M. Manning for the estate of John Manning, deceased intestate; 5 Aug 1844

190††††† letters of administration to John A. Lisenby and O. W. Lisenby for the estate of John Lisenby, deceased intestate; 5 Aug 1844

190††††† letters of administration to John T. Bailey for the estate of Sally Mayo, deceased intestate; 5 Aug 1844

190††††† inquest for stranger drowned Ĺ mile below Tobaccoport, found on 20 Jul 1844

191††††† inquest for Negro man drowned about 5 miles below Dover; 1 Aug 1844

191††††† inquest for stranger drowned near Cumberland Iron Works; 20 Jun 1844

191††††† letters of administration to John McKinnon for the estate of Daniel McKinnon; 5 Aug 1844

192†† James W. Williams, James Wofford, H. Vollentine, administratorís bond for Benjamin Grimes; 2 Sep 1844

192†† hire of the Negroes of the estate of A. Fentress for the year 1844; recorded Sept. term 1844

193†† Ira Belisle, J. T. Nolin, H. Vollentine, J. W. Williams, constable bond for District 8; 1 Sep 1844

193††††† inventory and sale of the estate of John Lisenby; buyers include Lewis Lisenby, John A. Lisenby, O. W. Lisenby; 2 Sep 1844

194††††† additional inventory of John Lisenby; 2 Sep 1844

195††††† account current of David Earhart with administrator R. Cooley; Sept. term 1844

195††††† inquest for stranger who died by dislocation of the neck; 27 Jul 1844

195†† John James, John Henson, Philip B. Nolin, administratorís bond for William R. James; 7 Oct 1844

196†† Mary Barnes, Archibald Cook, Michael M. Vickers, Roderick McAuley, administratorís bond for Hilliard Barnes; 7 Oct 1844

197†† Payton S. Cook, Jonathan Skinner, Allen J. Shemwell, William Cook, constable bond for District 7; 7 Oct 1844

197†† Thomas French, by his attorney H. Vollentine, petitions for emancipation of his Negro woman Nancy, who had cared for his deceased wife; 20 Sep 1844

199†† H. Vollentine, J. James, G. L. Atkins, A. Wallace, emancipation bond for Thomas Frenchís emancipation of his Negro woman Nancy; 7 Oct 1844

199††††† inventory of Thompson H. Johnson

199†† sale of the estate of Pendleton Settle; recorded Oct term 1844

204†† sale of the estate of Daniel McKinnon

205†† yearís allowance to the widow of Daniel McKinnon; 30 Aug 1844

206†† will of Hilliard Barnes:wife Mary Barnes, John Chadwick (relationship not stated), executors are wife and Archibald A. Cook; wit:William McAuley, M. M. Vickers, Thomas Harris; written 25 Dec 1843, proven Oct term 1844

206††††† letters of administration to Jethro Bass for the estate of James Lock, deceased intestate; 4 Nov 1844

207†† Jethro Bass, Henry L. Atkins, H. Vollentine, administratorís bond for James Lock; 4 Nov 1844

208†† Robert Graham, Margarett McIntire, Lance L. Hill, executorís bond for the will of James McIntire; 4 Nov 1844

208††††† letters of administration to Robert Graham to execute the will of James McIntire; 4 Nov 1844

209†† will of James McIntire:wife Mary; executor is Robert Graham; wit:Hudson Parrish, Lance L. Hill; written 2 Apr 1844, proven Nov. term 1844

209††††† account current with William A. Barnes, administrator of James Barnes Sr.; James Chadwick, legatee; Nov term 1844

210†† sale of Hilliard Barnes by A. A. Cook, Mary Barnes; buyers include. Mary Barnes, James Barnes; recorded Nov term 1844

211††††† account current of John Ervin with administrator James Southerland

211††††† letters of administration to William A. Barnes for the estate of James Barnes Sr., deceased intestate; 7 Nov 1844

211††††† William Largent Jr., William Largent Sr., Eli J. Stavely Sr., administratorís bond for Eli J. Stavely Jr.; 2 Dec 1844

212††††† additional sale of John Stancel; buyers were Godfrey Stancel, Lyda Stancel, F. Frizzle

213††††† additional sale of John Lisenby; buyers include O. W. Lisenby, Baker Degraffenreed, Elsey Degraffenreed, John Tilmon, Thomas S. Adams, James Dunn, John A. Lisenby, G. W. Vickers, Lewis F. Lisenby, Christopher Brandon; recorded Dec. term 1844

213††††† account current of Jesse Hudson with administrator James W. Williams; recorded Dec. term 1844

214††††† letters of administration to William Largent Jr. for the estate of Eli J. Stavely Jr., deceased intestate; 2 Dec 1844

214†† A. M. Wall, W. B. Cherry, Aaron Goodrich, entry takerís bond; 6 Jan 1845

214††††† Benjamin and Louisa Rowlett, refunding bond to Joseph Pinner, administrator of John R. Acree; 28 Dec 1844

215†† Polly Acree, Littleberry Belisle, W. C. Jones, Jethro Bass, refunding bond to Joseph Pinner, administrator of John R. Acree; 28 Dec 1844

215††††† Ephraim B. Coldwell, R. T. Daniel, W. B. Cherry, Polly Acree, refunding bond to Joseph Pinner, administrator of John R. Acree; 28 Dec 1844

215†† Edward C. Acree, refunding bond to Joseph Pinner, administrator of John R. Acree; 28 Dec 1844

216†† Uriah Tomlinson, G. W. Stanfill, William A. Dowdy, James G. Dowdy, J. C. Dowdy, Edward S. Balthrop, administratorís bond for William Dowdy; 7 Jan 1845

217†† will of William Dowdy:daughter Lecy L. T. Dowdy gets dwelling house and land on Griceís Creek, daughter Arrcena Stanfill, daughter Eveline W. Balthrop, daughter Lucy R. Milam, son William H. Dowdy, son James G. Dowdy, son John C. Dowdy, Gideon Milam (relationship not stated); executors are son William and George W. Stanfill; test:Jesse Parchman, Jacob Parchment, A. A. Brown; written Dec. 1841, proven Jan. term 1845

218††††† letters of administration to Uriah Tomlinson to execute the will of William Dowdy; 7 Jan 1845

220††††† additional sale of William Miller by executor H. S. Palmer

221†† sale of the estate of Sarah Mayo; buyers include William Mayo,

222†† Philip B. Nolin, Z. T. Shemwell, James W. Williams, administratorís bond for John Stancel; 3 Jun 1844

223††††† additional sale of Sarah Mayo by administrator John T. Bailey

223††††† additional sale of John Lisenby; buyers include Rebecca Lisenby, Lewis F. Lisenby, widow, John A. Lisenby

224††††† additional sale of John R. Acree by administrator Joseph Pinner

224††††† letters of administration to Peter Lynch for the estate of Richard S. Moore, deceased intestate; 3 Feb 1845

225†† sale of the estate of James Locke; buyers include widow, John Locke

226†† sale of the estate of William Dowdy; buyers include W. H. Dowdy, G. W. Stanfill, E. H. Balthrop, James Stanfill, James G. Dowdy, James Milam, William C. Dowdy, John C. Dowdy, L. L. Dowdy

233†† sale of the Negroes of the estate of Robert Jones; recorded Feb. term 1845

233††††† letters of administration to John Walker for the estate of James Randolph, deceased intestate; 3 Feb 1845

234†† John Walker, Thomas Walker, William Morris, administratorís bond for James Randolph; 3 Feb 1845

234†† Peter Lynch, Thomas W. Gately, Z. T. Shemwell, administratorís bond for Richard S. Moore; 3 Feb 1845

235†† Peter Lynch, Chairman of the County Court, indentures Henry Robertson (age 14) and Minerva Robertson (age 9) to Reuben Denson; 3 Mar 1845

236†† will of John Lisenby:wife Rebecca Lisenby, son Samuel B. Lisenby, daughter Chissey E. Degraffenreed, son Olander W. Lisenby, daughter Mary J. Moore, son John A. Lisenby, son Redmond B. Lisenby, son Lewis F. Lisenby; executors are sons Olander and John; test:Daniel Fraser, David Moore, Jesse Hargrove; written 9 Feb 1844

236†† will of John Lisenby contested by Baker Degraffenreed, with securities W. C. Rutland and Samuel Boughter; jury found the will to be valid and ordered it recorded; Feb. term 1845

237†† John A. Lisenby, O. W. Lisenby, Z. T. Shemwell, John James, J. W. Williams, executorís bond for the will of John Lisenby; 3 Mar 1845

238††††† letters of administration to John A. Lisenby and O. W. Lisenby to execute the will of John Lisenby; 3 Mar 1845

238††††† account current of Francis S. Weaks with administrator William B. Weaks; recorded March term 1845

239††††† account current of John Rudd

239†† sale of the estate of Eli J. Stavely Jr.; buyers include Arthur Stavely

241††††† additional sale of Negroes of the estate of James Wimberly by administratrix Louisa Wimberly

241†† sale of the estate of Benjamin Grimes

242†† Martha Ryan, James Hamleton, H. Vollentine, administratorís bond for James Ryan; 7 Apr 1845

242††††† Benjamin Sooter, Duncan H. Ellis, William Hart, Henry Cato, Robert Coldwell, Joseph Satterfield, constable bond for District 6; 7 Mar 1845

243†† E. G. Watkins, Henry Cato, Duncan H. Ellis, ferry bond on Cumberland River; 7 Apr 1845

243††††† letters of administration to Martha Ryan for the estate of James Ryan, deceased intestate; 7 Apr 1845

244††††† account current of Bartlett McGreggor

244†† jury of inquest on stranger found drowned in Cumberland River; 21 Feb 1845

244††††† letters of administration to Laban Parker for the estate of Cordy Woodard, deceased intestate; 5 May 1845

245†† Laban Parker, James T. Morris, Elisha Miles, administratorís bond for Cordy Woodard; 5 May 1845

245††††† letters of administration to Thomas Shaw for the estate of Joseph Pinner, deceased intestate; 5 May 1845

246†† Thomas Shaw, B. Herndon, J. W. Williams, administratorís bond for Joseph Pinner; 5 May 1845

246††††† letters of administration to Penelope Biggs for the estate of Joel Biggs, deceased intestate; 5 May 1845

247††††† Penelope Biggs, Allen Elliott, W. H. Ellis, administratorís bond for Joel Biggs; 5 May 1845

248††††† account current of Anthony Lee with administrators William R. Lee and Mark Milam

250††††† account current of Samuel Davis with administrator James Wyatt

250†† James Lowery, Almon Lowery, John J. Carroll, administratorís bond for Catherine Lowery; 2 Jun 1845

251††††† letters of administration to James Lowery for the estate of Catherine Lowery, deceased intestate; 2 Jun 1845

251†† yearís provisions for the widow of Joel Biggs; 13 May 1845

252††††† account current of Dover Male Academy; recorded June term 1845

252††††† account current of John Worden with administrator Samuel R. Worden

253†† Josiah Askew, Thomas W. Wynns, J. E. Wynns, Benjamin Wynns, administratorís bond for William G. Wynns; 7 Jul 1845

253††††† letters of administration to Josiah Askew and Thomas W. Wynns for the estate of William G. Wynns, deceased intestate; 7 Jul 1845

254†† George Daugherty, James T. Morris, F. Rolls, administratorís bond for Dennis Daugherty; 7 Jul 1845

254††††† letters of administration to George Daugherty for the estate of Dennis Daugherty, deceased intestate; 7 Jul 1845

255††††† nuncupative will of Dennis Daugherty presented by James T. Morris and Orren D. Lancaster:wife Elizabeth; will made 2 Jun 1845, presented 9 Jun 1845, proven July term 1845

255†† sale of the estate of Cordy Woodard; buyers include Laban Parker, William Cook

256††††† account current of Pendleton Settle; recorded Jul term 1845

256†† return of the hire of Negroes of the estate of A. Fentress for the year 1845, by administrator W. B. Fentress

256††††† account current of William Webster; recorded Aug. term 1845

257†† John D. Morris, William Downs, Robert Jackson, administratorís bond for Francis Marion Williams; 4 Aug 1845

258†† John D. Morris, William Downs, Robert Jackson, administratorís bond for Dudley Williams; 4 Aug 1845

258††††† letters of administration to John D. Morris for the estate of Dudley Williams, deceased intestate; 4 Aug 1845

259††††† letters of administration to John D. Morris for the estate of Francis Marion Williams, deceased intestate; 4 Aug 1845

259†† John James, Henry L. Atkins, W. L. Dunbar, Henry S. Palmer, bond for building the county jail in Dover; 4 Aug 1845

260††††† account current of Robert Jones

261†† John Askew, James Askew, Josiah Askew, administratorís bond for Sarah Askew; 1 Sep 1845

261††††† letters of administration to Alexander Brown for the estate of Jane Brown

262††††† account current of William Dowdy; recorded Aug. term 1845

262††††† account current of William Webster with administrator George P. Webster; legatees include John Wall, Elizabeth Acree, G. P. Webster; recorded Sept. term 1845

264††††† Alexander Brown, Allen McCaskell, Henry K. Blanks, administratorís bond for Jane Brown; 1 Sep 1845

264††††† letters of administration to Alexander Brown for the estate of Jane Brown; 1 Sep 1845

265†† sale of the estate of Joseph Pinner by administrator Thomas Shaw; buyers include widow, William Pinner, John A. Pinner

267†† yearís allowance for the widow of William G. Wynns; 13 Aug 1845

268†† will of Isham Seat:Delila Gosset and heir Manerva C. Daniel (relationships not stated), daughter Jane Hogan, granddaughter Samatha Kirkland, son Thomas H. Seat, granddaughter Mary Seat, granddaughter Ann Seat, grandson William M. Seat, grandson Wesley T. Seat, son-in-law Simeon Buckhannon, Malinda Seat (relationship not stated), daughter Nancy Hall; executor is Henry Edwards; wit:H. Ferrell, John Ferrell Jr.; written 21 Aug 1845, proven Oct. term 1845

269†† sale of the estate of Joel Biggs on 24 May 1845 by administratrix Penelope Biggs; buyers include widow, Nancy Jones, John Biggs

270†† yearís provisions for Sally R. Pinner, widow of Joseph Pinner; 11 Aug 1845

270††††† letters of administration to John D. Morris for the estate of Mary Morris, deceased intestate; 6 Oct 1845

271†† John D. Morris, Elisha Williams Jr., Samuel Boughter, administratorís bond for Mary Morris; 6 Oct 1845

271††††† letters of administration to Benjamin Herndon for the estate of Enos Lassiter, deceased intestate; 6 Oct 1845

272††††† Benjamin Herndon, James Herndon, J. W. Williams, administratorís bond for Enos Lassiter; 6 Oct 1845

272††††† letters of administration to L. D. Hargis to execute the will of Isham Seat; 6 Oct 1845

273†† L. D. Hargis, W. C. Rutland, N. G. Morris, W. G. Morris, administratorís bond for Isham Seat; 6 Oct 1845

273†† Samuel Boughter, John H. Petty, Jonathan Skinner, James W. Williams, William C. Rutland, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1845; 6 Oct 1845

274†† George W. Stanfill, Uriah Tomlinson, John H. Petty, administratorís bond for John Stanfill; 3 Nov 1845

275††††† William C. Clements, A. M. Wall, R. A. Stone, administratorís bond for C. C. Clements; 3 Nov 1845

275†† Ira Belisle, W. C. Jones, Aaron Goodrich, administratorís bond for James Ryan; 3 Nov 1845

276††††† William C. Jones, Jonathan Skinner, Frederick H. Clark, Ira Belisle, administratorís bond for Edward C. Acree; 3 Nov 1845

277†† Peter Lynch, Chairman of the County Court, indentures Christopher L. Miles, aged 18 years and 8 months, to Sterling B. Feland; 3 Nov 1845

278†† sale of the estate of Jane Brown by administrator Alexander Brown; buyers include Jane Brown, Alexander Brown; recorded Nov. term 1845

278††††† additional sale of John Stanfill by administrator G. W. Stanfill; recorded Nov. term 1845

279†† sale of the estate of Isham Seat by administrator L. D. Hargis; recorded Nov. term 1845

280††††† account current of John Wofford with administrator James Wofford

281††††† letters of administration to Ira Belisle for the estate of James Byrd, deceased intestate; 3 Nov 1845

281††††† letters of administration to William C. Jones for the estate of Edward C. Acree, deceased intestate; 3 Nov 1845

281††††† letters of administration to William C. Clements for the estate of Christopher C. Clements; 3 Nov 1845

282†† sale of the estate of Mary Morris by administrator John D. Morris; buyers include John D. Morris, Asa Morris, Eaton Vick, L. D. Hargis, J. H. Morris, R. Hinson; recorded Nov. term 1845

283††††† account current of Matthew Rogers with administrators A. A. C. Rogers and Joseph C. Rogers; recorded Dec. term 1845

284†† Thomas M. Atkins, Henry L. Atkins, H. Milton Atkins, H. Madison Atkins, register's bond; 5 Jan 1846

285†† James Scarborough, Benjamin D. Bird, Henry J. Scarborough, W. C. Rutland, coronerís bond; 5 Jan 1846

285†† James B. Cross, T. M. Hale, James T. Morris, William C. Rutland, R. T. Daniel, Z. T. Shemwell, constable bond for District 4; 5 Jan 1846

286†† James Askew, Josiah Askew, T. W. Wynns, administratorís bond for Lemuel Askew; 5 Jan 1846

286††††† Garrett Sissle, Joshua Cobb, administratorís bond for Freeman Sissle; 5 Jan 1846

287†† James Gardner, Thomas Payne, administratorís bond for James Cook; 5 Jan 1846

288††††† letters of administration to Garrett Sissle for the estate of Freeman Sissle, deceased intestate; 5 Jan 1846

288††††† letters of administration to James Askew for the estate of Lemuel Askew, deceased intestate; 5 Jan 1846

288††††† letters of administration to James Gardner for the estate of James Cook, deceased intestate; 5 Jan 1846

289††††† inventory and sale of the estate of William G. Wynns by administrators Josiah Askew, T. W. Wynns, W. G. Wynns; buyers include T. W. Wynns, Berry Wynns, John E. Wynns

293††††† inventory of goods of the estate of William G. Wynns

303†† list of accounts of the estate of William G. Wynns

305†† list of notes of the estate of Josiah Askew

306††††† additional sale of the estate of Jesse Lassiter

306†† sale of the estate of James McIntire by administrators Robert Graham and Margarett McIntire; 3 Jan 1846

307††††† letters of administration to Lewis J. Moore for the estate of William T. Moore, deceased intestate; 2 Feb 1846

308††††† account current of James J. Mathews with administrator Robert C. Mathews

308†† Lewis J. Moore, Elitha Dawson, William H. McGee, administratorís bond for William T. Moore; 2 Feb 1846

309††††† letters of administration to Thomas E. Dunbar for the estate of Lemmy Williams, deceased intestate; 2 Feb 1846

310†† Thomas E. Dunbar, W. L. Dunbar, P. F. Gray, administratorís bond for Lemmy Williams; 2 Feb 1846

311†† George W. Cathey, William H. Rushing, Michael M. Vickers, William McAulay, administratorís bond for John Cathey; 2 Mar 1846

311††††† letters of administration to George W. Cathey for the estate of John Cathey, deceased intestate; 2 Mar 1846

312††††† inventory and sale of Lemuel Askew

312††††† inventory and sale of Sarah Askew

313††††† inventory and sale of William T. Moore

314††††† account current of John Stanfill with administrator G. W. Stanfill

315††††† Whitmill P. Scarborough, tavern bond oath; 2 Feb 1846

315††††† Henderson B. Scarborough, tavern bond oath; 2 Feb 1846

316†† John Richards, tavern bond oath; 2 Feb 1846

316†† John Parker, tavern bond oath; 2 Feb 1846

317†† Robert Coldwell, William Ellis, W. T. Weston, executorís bond for the will of Mariah Smith; 6 Apr 1846

317††††† William G. Wilson, James Wilson, William Dunbar, constable bond for District 7; 6 Apr 1846

318††††† Charles M. Hooks, Z. T. Shemwell, James R. Hooks, John Wilson, constable bond for District 2; 6 Apr 1846

318†† Edward T. Bogard, William Free, W. J. Bogard, Charles Johnson, G. W. Vickers, constable bond for District 3; 6 Apr 1846

319††††† Ebenezer L. Brown, Z. T. Shemwell, Thomas Shaw, constable bond for District 4; 6 Apr 1846

320†† S. W. Kelly, W. L. Dunbar, William Phillips, P. F. Gray, constable bond; 6 Apr 1846

320†† Samuel Boughter, Robert Tompkins, James M. Lewis, James W. Williams, Aaron Goodrich, William C. Rutland, sheriffís bond; 29 Jun 1846

321†† Samuel Boughter, Robert Tompkins, James M. Lewis, James W. Williams, Aaron Goodrich, William C. Rutland, collectorís bond for taxes for 1846; 29 Jun 1846

322††††† William Cook, James T. Morris, John James, Asa D. Scarborough, county court clerkís bond; 6 Apr 1846

323†† Elisha Dawson, Thomas Payne, James Wofford, James T. Morris, constable bond for District 9; 6 Apr 1846

323†† Ira Belisle, Thomas Payne, James W. Williams, constable bond for District 8; 6 Apr 1846

324†† Payton S. Cook, James T. Morris, Asa D. Scarborough, constable bond for District 7; 6 Apr 1846

324†† David L. Rushing, William R. Penix, William C. Rutland, R. T. Daniel, constable bond for District 7; 6 Apr 1846

325††††† Benjamin Sooter, Robert Coldwell, W. Hart, B. Crockerell, constable bond for District 6; 6 Apr 1846

325††††† William Largent Jr., Eli J. Stavely, Gabriel Wynns, constable bond for District 10; 6 Apr 1846

326††††† William Cook, James T. Morris, John James, Asa D. Scarborough, county court clerkís bond; 6 Apr 1846

326†† Thomas M. Atkins, Henry L. Atkins, John Parker, William Bell, register's bond; 6 Apr 1846

327†† James T. Morris, John James, James Wofford, county trusteeís bond; 6 Apr 1846

328†† jury of inquest for John Mooreland, found dead at the house of Washington Smith on the Honey Fork Creek near the Indian Mount; found to have died by an act of violence on the face, by an unknown hand; 16 Feb 1846

328†† jury of inquest for Manly McDugan, who died from being thrown from his horse; 3 Apr 1846

329†† will of Mariah Smith:sister Martha Crockarell, sister Polly Oneal; executor is Robert Coldwell; wit:William Hart, William C. Marshall; written 7 Mar 1846, proven April term 1846

329††††† letters of administration to James McGee for the estate of Martha McGee, deceased intestate; 4 May 1846

330†† James W. McGee, William C. Rutland, Michael M. Vickers, administratorís bond for Martha McGee; 4 May 1846

330††††† letters of administration to Robert Coldwell to execute the will of Mariah Smith; 6 Apr 1846

331†† Joel B. Acree, William C. Jones, L. M. Manning, executorís bond for the will of Polly Acree; 1 Jun 1846

332††††† William L. Feland, John Wilson, George P. Weaks, administratorís bond for Philip May; 1 Jun 1846

333†† will of Polly Acree:son Edward C. Acree, son Joel B. Acree, daughter Mary Ann Coldwell, daughter Louisa Rowlett, daughter Sally Pinner; executor is son Joel; wit:William C. Jones, W. B. Joiner; written 22 Feb 1845, proven June term 1846

333††††† letters of administration to Joel B. Acree to execute the will of Polly Acree; 1 Jun 1846

334††††† account current of Mariah Smith with administrator Robert Coldwell; 1 Jun 1846

334††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Martha McGee on 1 Jun 1846 by adminstrator James W. McGee; buyers include James W. McGee, Samuel W. McGee, E. A. McGee, W. H. McGee, M. F. McGee, R. W. McGee, T. A. McGee, C. A. McGee

336††††† inventory and sale of Walter Boswell; buyers include John Boswell, Samuel Wofford, Grandison Boswell; recorded June term 1846

336†† Thomas B. Summers, Adolphus Summers, John Lankford, constable bond for District 11; 1 Jun 1846

336††††† letters of administration to William L. Feland to execute the contested will of Philip May; 1 Jun 1846

337††††† account current of W. R. Hicks with administrator William C. Jones; recorded June term 1846

337††††† account current of Walter Boswell with administrator John Boswell; recorded July term 1846

338††††† inventory and sale of the estate of C. C. Clements; buyers include W. C. Clements, many others; recorded July term 1846

340††††† inventory and sale of the estate of James Cook on 16 Jan 1846 by administrator James Gardner; buyers include widow, Cyntha Cook, Polly Cook; recorded July term 1846

341††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Enos Lassiter

342†† yearís provisions for Nancy Lassiter, widow of Enos Lassiter; 18 Oct 1845, recorded July term 1846

342†† yearís provisions for Elizabeth Cook, widow of James Cook; 14 Jan 1846, recorded July term 1846

342††††† William Fuqua records ear mark of stock; recorded July term 1846

342††††† receipt by Hesekiah Boswell from John Boswell, executor, $10 from her father Walter Boswellís will; 25 Jul 1846

342††††† receipt by Susannah Champion from John Boswell, executor, $10 from her father Walter Boswellís will; 25 Jul 1846

343††††† receipt by James G. Boswell from John Boswell, executor, $10 from his father Walter Boswellís will; 1 Jun 1844

343††††† receipt by Sarah Boswell from John Boswell, executor, a horse named Selam and $10 from her father Walter Boswellís will; 16 May 1844

343††††† receipt by George G. Boswell from John Boswell, executor, a bed, furniture and $10 from his father Walter Boswellís will; 1 Jun 1844

343††††† receipt by Susannah Boswell, guardian for William M. Boswell, from John Boswell, executor of the will of Walter Boswell, bed and furniture, a young horse named Henry Knight, and $10; 8 Jun 1846

343††††† receipt by Susannah Boswell from John Boswell, executor, 115 acres and various property from her husband Walter Boswellís will; 16 May 1844

344†† Robert Coldwell, Chairman of the County Court, indentures David Fowler, a colored boy aged 5, to Peter F. Gray; 6 Apr 1846

344†† Aaron Goodrich, James T. Morris, Robert Coldwell, rangerís bond; 6 Jul 1846

345††††† William L. Feland, John Wilson, Thomas H. Stewart, G. P. Webster, W. B. Lewis, administratorís bond for Philip May; 6 Jul 1846

346††††† Circuit Court case of William L. Feland, executor of the will of Philip May, versus William A. Griffin (contested will):jury finds that the writing purported to be the will of Philip May is valid, and that the writing purported to be the nuncupative will of Philip May is invalid; William A. Griffin ordered to pay court costs; 26 Jun 1846, recorded 6 Jul 1846

346†† will of Philip May:land and property to remain in the family until the youngest child comes of age; test:John Wall, John Wilson, Bazel Smith; written 28 Feb 1846

347†† Robert Coldwell, Chairman of the County Court, indentures Mary McCutchen, a colored girl aged 14, to J. F. Gentry; 6 Jul 1846

347†† George W. Gatlin, Thomas Payne, J. W. Williams, Benjamin Herndon, Samuel Wofford, John Fletcher, constable bond for District 9; 6 Jul 1846

348††††† settlement of the estate John R. Acree

353††††† division of the estate of John R. Acree by administrator Joseph Pinner, to heirs Edward C. Acree, Mary Ann Coldwell, Polly Acree, Louisa Rowlett, Sally Pinner, Joel B. Acree; 31 Jul 1846

354††††† inventory and sale of John Cathey; buyers include John Cathey, George W. Cathey, A. Cathey; recorded Aug. term 1846

356†† will of Jonathan Skinner:wife Frances, infant daughter Hadassa (also called Esther), infant son Jonathan K., daughter Abigail, daughter Louisa?, daughter Sarah Jane; executors are James W. Williams and Aaron Goodrich; wit:P. Lynch, F. L. Sidebottom, Robert S. Thomas; written 24 Jun 1844, proven Aug. term 1846

358††††† account current of John Stancel with administrator Philip B. Nolin; recorded Aug term 1846

358††††† inventory of the estate of Philip May by administrator W. L. Feland; 3 Aug 1846

359†† Samuel Boughter, G. W. Stanfill, James M. Lewis, John James, J. Skinner, J. W. Williams, A. Wallace, W. B. Cherry, sheriffís bond for two years; 28 Jun 1844

360†† will of Winefred Wynns:son Benjamin Wynns, son T. W. Wynns, son John E. Wynns, daughter Mary C. Jones (living apart from husband), son H. H. Wynns, son Gabriel Wynns, son Archabald Wynns, son W. G. Wynns, daughter Emaline W. Askew (wife of Josiah Askew), son Albert W. Wynns; executor is son John E. Wynns; wit:Hyman Tayloe, James Askew; written 8 Sep 1845, proven Sept. term 1846

361††††† letters of administration to John E. Wynns to execute the will of Winefred Wynns; 7 Sep 1846

361†† John E. Wynns, Hyman Tayloe, Benjamin Wynns, executorís bond for the will of Winefred Wynns; 7 Sep 1846

362†† Simon Daniel, Hardison Daniel, John E. Wynns, administratorís bond for Anderson Sexton; 7 Sep 1846

363††††† letters of administration to Simon Daniel for the estate of Anderson Sexton; 7 Sep 1846

363††††† William B. Lewis, G. W. Lewis, W. B. Cherry, John A. Lisenby, administratorís bond for John D. Lewis; 7 Sep 1846

364††††† letters of administration to William B. Lewis and George W. Lewis for the estate of John D. Lewis; 7 Sep 1846

364†† Robert Coldwell, Chairman of the County Court, indentures John H. Mockbee (age 10), Albert D. Mockbee (age 7) and Robert T. Mockbee (age 5) to Thomas D. Mockbee; securities:Hyman Tayloe, A. M. Wall; 7 Sep 1846

365†† Albert Rougemont, tavern bond oath; 22 Aug 1846

365†† Robert D. Tyree, tavern bond oath; 1 Apr 1846

365†† sale of the estate of James Byrd by administrator Ira Belisle; buyers include widow, Orvil Champion, J. W. Williams, Leonard Smith, Benjamin Champion;

366††††† account current of John Lisenby with administrators John A. Lisenby and O. W. Lisenby; recorded Sept. term 1846

366††††† additional sale of the estate of Joseph Pinner by administrator Thomas Shaw

367††††† petition by John Richards to emancipate Negro man Jerry, about 50 years old, whom he purchased of Edwin Barnes in 1835 for the purpose of emancipating him; 5 Oct 1846

367†† John Richards, John Parker, Elisha Dawson, emancipation bond for Jerry; 5 Oct 1846

368†† Jacob H. Parchment, John J. Tomlinson, William Curtis, R. R. Dashiell, administratorís bond for Uriah Tomlinson; 5 Oct 1846

368††††† letters of administration to Jacob H. Parchment and John J. Tomlinson for the estate of Uriah Tomlinson, deceased intestate; 5 Oct 1846

369†† James W. Williams, James T. Morris, Aaron Goodrich, John T. Bailey, administratorís bond for Jonathan Skinner; 5 Oct 1846

369††††† letters of administration to James W. Williams and James T. Morris to execute the will of Jonathan Skinner; 5 Oct 1846

370†† Hannah Kizer, Jesse Parchment, John Walker, J. F. Gentry, R. R. Dashiell, John C. Kizer, administratorís bond for John Kizer; 5 Oct 1846

370††††† letters of administration to Hannah Kizer and Jesse Parchment to execute the will of John Kizer; 5 Oct 1846

371†† will of John Kizer:wife Hannah, grandson Robert Kizer, granddaughter Mary Kizer, granddaughter Elizabeth Kizer, grandson James Knight, granddaughter Elizabeth Knight, daughter Louisa; mentions land on the Dover and Charlotte Road; executor is Jacob Parchment; wit:Jacob H. Parchment, William Moor; written 31 Jan 1844, proven Oct. term 1846

372†† jury of inquest for stranger drowned in Cumberland River near Bald Island; 21 Jul 1846

372†† jury of inquest on 11 Jun 1846 at Seth Andrewsí house, in the death of Abner Collins by the kick of a horse

373††††† William C. Jones, Thomas B. Powell, Frederick P. Gray, David Jones, Jesse Vincent, A. J. Shemwell, Joseph P. Wimberly, executorís bond for the will of Nathan Skinner; 2 Nov 1846

374†† Joseph P. Wimberly, Nathan G. Morris, Thomas B. Powell, executorís bond for the will of Levi Wimberly; 2 Nov 1846

375†† T. S. Rose, Thomas Rose, William S. Atkins, John Wilson, administratorís bond for Richard Rose; 2 Nov 1846

376†† will of Nathan Skinner:wife Elizabeth; children of Mary Brandon (deceased) each get $200, except George Brandon who gets $100; John Fletcher and wife Penina get mules or money; children of John and Penina Fletcher get $100 each; child of Lucretia Fielding gets $100; Jonathan Skinner gets land on Indian Creek on which he lives, as well as the Mill Place on Hickman Creek and the Stokes place; daughter Abigail Brandon; children of daughter Abigail Brandon get $100 each; daughter Nancy Etheridge gets upper tract of land purchased of Smithís heirs by Jonathan Skinner; William Etheridge gets $150; Jenny Powell gets Negroes; Emeline Braton gets Negro, $500, and land she lives on; at the death of Emelineís mother, Emeline gets her motherís Negroes; son Nathan Skinner gets land on which the elder Nathan lives, bounded by the river, Gatlin, Berry Williams, Wallace, Barretís Creek, Panther Branch, Eddyville Road, John Fletcher; daughter Malinda Skinner gets land not willed to Nathan; James Vinson gets bed that belongs to his mother (Nathanís wife); at age 21, James Vinson is to sell to Orren Vinson a tract of land that Nathan Skinner sold to Orren Vinson, belonging to James Vinson and his mother Elizabeth Skinner; executors Thomas B. Powell and William C. Jones are to build a house on the Dennis tract willed to Elizabeth; wit:William Williams; test:James T. Morris; written 4 Mar 1846, proven Nov. term 1846

378††††† letters of administration to William C. Jones and Thomas B. Powell to execute the will of Nathan Skinner; 2 Nov 1846

379†† C. D. Bradley, James Kay, J. C. Ingram, executorís bond for the will of Thomas T. Watson; 2 Nov 1846

380††††† letters of administration to C. D. Bradley to execute the will of Thomas T. Watson; 2 Nov 1846

380††††† account current of Hilliard Barnes with administrators Archibald Cook and Mary Barnes

380††††† additional inventory and sale of W. G. Wynns

381†† yearís provisions for the widow and family of Uriah Tomlinson

381†† will of Levi Wimberly:wife Polly, son George, son Joseph, daughter Penny King; executors are sons George and Joseph; wit:James Wimberly, W. H. Clark, John Scott; written 8 Sep 1846

382†† James Williams, James T. Morris, estate settlement of Berry Williams; Dec term 1846

383†† sale of the estate of Uriah Tomlinson by administrators J. J. Tomlinson and J. H. Parchment; buyers include widow, John J. Tomlinson, W. R. Tomlinson, T. G. Tomlinson; recorded Dec. term 1846

385††††† inventory of the estate of Winefred Wynns; recorded Dec. term 1846

386†† sale of the estate of Anderson Sexton; buyers include widow, Allen Sexton, Tilman Sexton, Sarah Sexton

387†† sale of the estate of John Kizer; buyers include widow, John C. Kizer, Sam Kizer, Ned Kizer, Hannah Kizer; recorded Dec. term 1846

388††††† inventory of the estate of Matthew Manning

389††††† account current of Matthew Manning with administrator Prigeon Manning; Dec. term 1846

389†† yearís provisions for Hannah Kizer, widow of John Kizer; 30 Oct 1846

389†† yearís provisions for the widow of Richard Rose; 5 Dec 1846

390†† Robert Coldwell, Chairman of the County Court, indentures Rebecca Washer (alias Fowler), a colored orphan aged 4 Ĺ, to M. J. Gray; 7 Dec 1846

390†† Hyman Leggate, Calvin R. Williams, George W. Vickers, administratorís bond for Lemuel Leggate; 7 Dec 1846

391†† Elbert Bayliss, William R. Penix, William C. Clements, administratorís bond for Thomas Bayliss; 7 Dec 1846

392†† Thomas Martin, agent for Henderson B. Scarborough, tavern bond oath; 5 Dec 1846

392†† John Hinson, tavern bond oath for license purchased of Albert Rougemont; 7 Dec 1846

393††††† letters of administration to Hyman Leggate for the estate of Lemuel Leggate; 7 Dec 1846

393††††† letters of administration to Elbert Bayliss for the estate of Thomas Bayliss; 7 Dec 1846

393†† Thomas E. Dunbar, John Parchment, William L. Dunbar, emancipation bond for Burrel, a Negro man emancipated by Jesse Parchment; 4 Jan 1847

394†† C. D. Bradley, J. C. Ingram, James Kay, executorís bond for the will of Thomas T. Watson; 4 Jan 1847

395††††† letters of administration to C. D. Bradley of Trigg Co., Kentucky, R. L. Caruthers, and Frank Hilman, to execute the will and codicil of Thomas T. Watson, who died in Trigg Co.; 4 Jan 1847

395†† will of Elisha Williams Sr.:wife Polly, land to sons Elisha Darden (191 acres), Benoni (286 acres), James W., Calvin R., John R., William W., daughters Patsey Ross (94 acres), Sally Wallace (215 acres), Polly (100 acres), Susannah (100 acres); executors are James W. and John R. Williams; test: Polly Williams, James Ross, B. F. Broome, James Wallace; written 16 Mar 1846, proven Jan. term 1847

396†† yearís provisions for the widow of Anderson Sexton

397††††† inventory of the estate of C. C. Clements

400††††† account current of William Bufford with executrix Lucy Bufford

401††††† account current of Daniel McKinnon

401†† Elisha Dawson, James Wofford, Colman Travis, Elijah Dawson, John Randle, Benjamin Boyte, Joel Boyte, sheriffís bond; 5 Jan 1847

402†† John Randle, executorís bond for the will of Anna Randle; 1 Feb 1847

402†† Jethro Bass, William C. Jones, Philip Herndon, administratorís bond for Matthew Lock; 1 Feb 1847

403†† Samuel Ross, M. S. Ross, Ambrose B. Ross, Evans Wallace, administratorís bond for Samuel H. Morris; 1 Feb 1847

404††††† William C. Jones, Jethro Bass, Philip Herndon, administratorís bond for Elias Hicks; 1 Feb 1847

405†† James F. Smith, R. T. Daniel, J. M. Jones, Z. T. Shemwell, administratorís bond for John C. Smith; 1 Feb 1847

405††††† inventory and sale of the estate of William R. James

406†† James Chambers, Chairman of the County Court, indentures orphan Amanda Black, age 9 on 15 Jul 1847, to Mary Wimberly; securities:W. F. McGee, J. S. Rolls; 1 Feb 1847

406††††† letters of administration to John Randle to execute the will of Anna Randle; 1 Feb 1847

407††††† letters of administration to Samuel Ross for the estate of Samuel Morris, deceased intestate; 1 Feb 1847

407††††† letters of administration to William C. Jones for the estate of Elias Hicks; 1 Feb 1847

407††††† letters of administration to Jethro Bass for the estate of Matthew Lock; 1 Feb 1847

407†† sale of Lemuel Leggate:buyers:†† Robert Stephens, Arch Leggate, W. H. Cherry, Hyman Leggate, Reuben Wallace, Nehemiah Cherry, Henry Jackson, J. L. Leggate, G. W. Wallace, J. R. Williams, Daniel Cherry, G. W. Vickers, Evins Wallace; 17 Dec 1847, recorded Feb. term 1847

408†† Simon Daniel, Britton Sexton, Hardison Daniel, constable bond for District 12; 1 Mar 1847

409†† sale of the estate of John Lewis on 10 Feb 1847 by administrator George W. Lewis; buyers include George W. Lewis, James Lewis, W. B. Lewis, Lewis Atkins, Mary Lewis, J. W. Lewis

410††††† account current of Eli J. Stavely Jr. with administrator William Largent

411††††† account current of David Earhart with administrator Richard Cooley

412††††† account current of Elizabeth Morgan with administrator James W. Williams; recorded March term 1847

412††††† account current of William C. Williams with administrator Daniel R. Williams; 11 Feb 1847

413††††† account current of Dover Male Academy; paid T. D. Thomas and W. R. McDougle for teaching; recorded March term 1847

413††††† letters of administration to Philip Herndon for the estate of Josiah Sills; 1 Mar 1847

414†† Philip Herndon, Thomas Shaw, Green H. Wiggins, administratorís bond for Josiah Sills; 1 Mar 1847

414†† Philip Herndon, Thomas Shaw, Green H. Wiggins, administratorís bond for William Sills; 1 Mar 1847

415†† John Shemwell, Thomas W. Shemwell, Z. T. Shemwell, James J. Shemwell, executorís bond for the will of Joseph Shemwell; 1 Mar 1847

416††††† William W. Pinner, Madison Northington, Thomas Shaw, A. M. Wall, administratorís bond for John A. Pinner; 1 Mar 1847

416††††† William Rorie, Robert Wilson, W. J. G. Baynham, William Verhine, Asa Rorie, John Wilson, administratorís bond for Hezekiah Rorie; 1 Mar 1847

417†† will of Joseph Shemwell:brother John Shemwell shares common interest in their deceased fatherís estate; brother John is to take care of their mother with Josephís share of the estate; wit:W. Cook, A. M. Wall, H. Vollentine; written 19 Feb 1847, proven March term 1847

418†† yearís provisions for the widow of Levi Wimberly; March term 1847

418††††† letters of administration to William Rorie and Robert Wilson for the estate of Hezekiah Rorie, deceased intestate; 1 Mar 1847

418††††† letters of administration to John Shemwell to execute the will of Joseph Shemwell; 1 Mar 1847

418††††† letters of administration to William W. Pinner and Madison Northington for the estate of John A. Pinner, deceased intestate; 1 Mar 1847

419††††† Whitmill P. Scarborough, tavern bond oath; 22 Feb 1847

419†† James T. Morris, Chairman pro-tem of the County Court, indentures George W. Mills, age 8, to John S. Williams; security:A. Wallace; 1 Mar 1847

419††††† letters of administration to Elijah Hall for the estate of Philip Hall, deceased intestate; 5 Apr 1847

420††††† letters of administration to Philip Herndon for the estate of William Sills, deceased intestate; 1 Mar 1847

420††††† Henderson B. Scarborough, tavern bond oath; 2 Jul 1847

420†† John Parker, tavern bond oath; 2 Feb 1847

420††††† letters of administration to James T. Morris for the estate of Tilman Sexton, deceased intestate; 5 Apr 1847

421††††† receipt by G. W. Gatlin, guardian for Elizabeth P. Weaks, from former guardian Joel Boyd; 3 Dec 1841, recorded April term 1847

421††††† receipt by G. W. Gatlin, guardian for Ephraim P. Weaks, from former guardian Joel Boyd; 3 Dec 1841, recorded April term 1847

421††††† receipt by J. W. Williams, guardian for James Henry Weaks, from former guardian Joel Boyd; 3 Nov 1841, recorded April term 1847

421††††† receipt by J. W. Williams, guardian for Nancy Caroline Weaks, from former guardian Joel Boyd; 3 Nov 1841, recorded April term 1847

421††††† receipt by William H. Coleman, guardian for William Carroll Weaks, from former guardian Joel Boyd; 24 Jan 1842, recorded April term 1847

421††††† receipt by William H. Coleman, guardian for Polly Jane Weaks, from former guardian Joel Boyd; 24 Jan 1842, recorded April term 1847

421††††† letters of administration to Thomas G. Downs for the estate of James Hicks, deceased intestate; 2 Aug 1847

422†† Henry L. Atkins, John Parker, William Bell, J. C. Ingram, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1847; 5 Apr 1847

423†† sale of the estate of Hezekiah Rorie by administrators William Rorie and Robert Wilson; buyers include widow, W. Rorie, Asa Rorie, A. A. Bagwell, Joseph Free, W. Hogan, James Rorie, W. Free, Jesse Gilbert, Dudley Travis, Asa Gilbert, Ed Hogan

427††††† inventory of the estate of Hezekiah Rorie

428†† yearís provisions for Milbry Rorie, widow of Hezekiah Rorie; 15 Mar 1847

428††††† account current of James Lock, former administrator of Mathew Lock, with administrator Jethro Bass

428††††† additional sale of the estate of James Wimberly, returned by Benjamin Rowlett in right of his wife Louisa Rowlett, administratrix of James Wimberly

429†† yearís provisions for the widow of Tilman Sexton; 30 Apr 1847

429††††† additional inventory of the estate of Joseph Pinner by administrator Thomas Shaw, including notes from the estate of John R. Acree

430†† will of Anna Randle:granddaughter Sarah Ann Tayloe, granddaughter Mary A.S. Randle, granddaughter Elizabeth Ann Tollison, granddaughter Nancy L. Ellis, Thomas H. Lightfoot (relationship not stated), William P. Dawson (relationship not stated), daughter Mary Daniel (wife of David Daniel), son John Randle, granddaughter Susan Adaline Ingram, daughter Martha Mitchell (wife of Matthew F. Mitchell), grandsons Henry W. M. Tollison, John P. Tollison and Cave J. Tollison (by daughter Susan A. Tollison & husband James M. Tollison); executor is son John; wit:Elisha Dawson, Elijah Dawson; written 10 Mar 1846, proven 1 Feb 1847

431†† James T. Morris, Asa D. Scarborough, Aaron Goodrich, administratorís bond for Tilman Sexton; 5 Apr 1847

432†† Elijah Hall, William L. Dunbar, William Brinton, administratorís bond for Philip Hall; 5 Apr 1847

433†† sale of the estate of John A. Pinner; buyers include W. W. Pinner, Mrs. Pinner

434†† list of notes of the estate of John A. Pinner; mentions John A. Pinnerís distributive share of the estate of Joseph Pinner

435†† sale of the estate of Anna Randle; buyers include John Randle, Thomas H. Lightfoot, Thomas D. Mockbee, Williamson Williams, Thomas Davenport, William Barrett, Curtis E. Hornbarger, W. G. Boyte, Benjamin Norrid

435††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Edward C. Acree by administrator William C. Jones; buyers include Mary Acree

437††††† account current of James Wimberly with administratrix Louisa Rowlett, formerly Louisa Wimberly

438†† Orvil Champion, Philip Herndon, Thomas G. Downs, administratorís bond for Jordan Champion; 7 Jun 1847

438††††† letters of administration to Orvil Champion for the estate of Jordan Champion, deceased intestate; 7 Jun 1847

439††††† William L. Dunbar, Peter F. Gray, John J. Tomlinson, administratorís bond for Thomas E. Dunbar; 7 Jun 1847

439††††† letters of administration to William L. Dunbar for the estate of Thomas E. Dunbar, deceased intestate; 7 Jun 1847

440†† Henry Blanton, John Randle, Elijah Dawson, executorís bond for the will of Richard Blanton; 7 Jun 1847

440††††† letters of administration to Henry Blanton to execute the will of Richard Blanton; 7 Jun 1847

441†† will of Richard Blanton:wife Jane, son Henry Blanton, daughter Lucy Bufford, Dred Folks (relationship not stated), John Clark (relationship not stated); executors are wife and son Henry; wit:John Randle, Elijah Dawson; written 7 Feb 1844, proven June term 1847

441††††† receipt by William Dunbar Jr., from his guardian William L. Dunbar, for his share in the estate of James Dunbar; 8 May 1847

441††††† receipt by Clarissa Dunbar, from her guardian William L. Dunbar, for her share in the estate of James Dunbar; 12 Jan 1839

442†† Cullen P. Andrews, Exum Parker, James Scarborough, P. S. Cook, Anderson Andrews, A. Wallace, Benjamin Richardson, constable bond for District 7; 7 Jun 1847

442††††† widow's provisions for Temperance Morris, widow of Samuel H. Morris, by commissioners M. McCullom, Evins Wallace; 18 Feb 1847

442†† yearís provisions for Elizabeth Hall

443†† sale of the estate of Richard Rose; buyers include widow, Thomas Rose, W. S. Atkins

444†† sale of the estate of Tilman Sexton on 30 Apr 1847 by administrator James T. Morris; buyers include widow, G. W. Sexton, Anderson Sexton

445†† sale of the estate of Samuel H. Morris by administrator Samuel Ross; buyers include widow, M. S. Ross, Samuel Ross Jr., James M. Cherry, Robert Vick, A. B. Ross, Perry McCoy, James M. Cherry Jr., George Wallace, N. Cherry, Evins Wallace

446††††† account current of Sarah Mayo with administrator John T. Bailey

446††††† account current of Joel Biggs with administratrix Penelope Biggs; recorded July term 1847

447†† James Kay, H. Milton Atkins, A. M. Wall, J. C. Ingram, H. L. Atkins, executorís bond for the will of William Williams; 5 Jul 1847

447††††† letters of administration to James Kay, H. Milton Atkins and A. M. Wall to execute the will of William Williams; 5 Jul 1847

448†† will of William Williams:wife unnamed, mentions four eldest children and infant children; H. Milton Atkins gets use of the "old place" as long as he lives on it;executors are James Kay, H. Milton Atkins, A. M. Wall; wit:John W. Wofford, James T. Morris; written 16 Dec 1846, proven July term 1847

449†† Joseph W. Wall, A. M. Wall, William T. Weston, rangerís bond; 5 Jul 1847

449††††† account current of James Lock with administrator Jethro Bass

450†† Thomas G. Downs, W. Richards, Jethro Bass, administratorís bond for James Hicks; 2 Aug 1847

450†† Polina Wyatt, James Chambers, Aaron Goodrich, administratorís bond for Jesse Wyatt; 6 Sep 1847

451†† Abram Phillips, Samuel Wofford, James Barnes, administratorís bond for Clabourne Philips; 6 Sep 1847

452†† John L. McMillan, William R. Griffin, Neil McMillan, Allen Carter, administratorís bond for Hugh McMillan; 6 Sep 1847

453††††† account current of George Cathey Sr.

453††††† letters of administration to John L. McMillan for the estate of Hugh McMillan, deceased intestate; 6 Sep 1847

454††††† account current of William Miller

455††††† account current of Joseph Pinner with administrator Thomas Shaw; balance divided into 9 shares for the heirs; recorded Sept. term 1847

456†† sale of the estate of Philip Hall; buyers include Robert Hall, Elizabeth Hall, Cullen Hall, Henry Hall, Richard Hall, Elijah Hall; recorded Sept. term 1847

458††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Thomas E. Dunbar by administrator W. L. Dunbar; buyers include W. L. Dunbar, William Dunbar, Eliza Dunbar, Mary Jeffers, Mrs. Rowlett, John Jeffers; recorded Sept. term 1847

460††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Josiah Sills by administrator P. Herndon; buyers include Lucy Sills; recorded Sept. term 1847

460††††† inventory and sale of the estate of William Sills; recorded Sept. term 1847

461††††† inventory of the estate of Jesse Wyatt; recorded Sept. term 1847

461††††† account current of Francis Collins with administratrix Annis Collins; recorded Sept. term 1847

462††††† inventory and sale of the estate of W. G. Wynns; recorded Sept. term 1847

462††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Dennis Daugherty; buyers include William Daugherty, George Daugherty

463†† yearís provisions for Polina Wyatt, widow of Jesse Wyatt; recorded Oct term 1847

463†† James R. Jobes, tavern bond oath; 29 Sep 1847

464†† James T. Morris, George W. Gatlin, Henry C. Townzen, administratorís bond for Orren D. Lancaster; 4 Oct 1847

465†† sale of the estate of Elias Hicks by administrator W. C. Jones; 26 Aug 1847

466††††† account current of John Alsbrooks

466††††† letters of administration to James T. Morris for the estate of Orren D. Lancaster; 4 Oct 1847

467††††† Frederick P. Gray, William Etheridge, William Brandon, administratorís bond for James Vinson; 1 Nov 1847

467††††† letters of administration to Frederick P. Gray for the estate of James Vinson; 4 Oct 1847

468††††† William J. Anderson, E. Dawson, D. A. Dawson, administratorís bond for Agnes Anderson; 1 Nov 1847

468††††† letters of administration to William J. Anderson for the estate of Agnes Anderson, deceased intestate; 1 Nov 1847

469†† will of Elizabeth Williams:mother Lucy Williams gets her interest in land on Honey Fk. of N. Cross Creek belonging to her late father John Williams; executrix is mother Lucy; wit:Robert Wilson, James Tyson; written 8 July 1847, proven Nov. term 1847

469††††† account current of Cordy Woodard with administrator Laban Parker; recorded Nov. term 1847

469†† Joseph Edwards records ear mark of stock; recorded Nov. term 1847

470†† James T. Morris, A. D. Scarborough, James Chambers, school money bond; 6 Dec 1847

470††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Jesse Wyatt; buyers include widow, James Wyatt, Spencer Wyatt

471††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Clabourn Philips by administrator Abram Philips; 6 Dec 1847

472††††† inventory and sale of the estate of James Hicks; recorded Dec. term 1847

473††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Agnes Anderson by administrator William J. Anderson; recorded Dec. term 1847

473†† yearís provisions for the widow of James Hicks; 5 Aug 1847, recorded Dec. term 1847

473††††† additional sale of the estate of Anderson Sexton to the widow

474†† sale of the estate of John Tayloe by Charlotte Tayloe Bailey; buyers include J. M. Williams, A. D. Scarborough, Harrison Williams, M. M. Vickers; recorded Dec. term 1847

475†† Happy Dixson, James Kay, administratorís bond for Reuben Dixson; 3 Jan 1848

476††††† additional return of the estate of Edward C. Acree by administrator William C. Jones; mentions sale of Acreeís share of his father J. R. Acreeís town lots in Dover; 3 Jan 1848

476†† Sarah Dunbar, receipt from Sarah Dunbar for $192; recorded Jan. term 1848

476†† Sarah Dunbar Jr., receipt from Sarah Dunbar for $53; 12 Jan 1846

476††††† Adaline Dunbar, receipt from her guardian Sarah Dunbar for her share of the estate of James Dunbar; 12 Mar 1842, recorded Jan. term 1848

476†† Thomas Martin, agent for James P. Jobes, tavern bond oath

477†† will of Reuben Dixson:wife Happy gets everything, but at her death property is to be divided among Harriet, Henry and Minerva Roberson; executor is Robert Coldwell; wit:John Milam, Thomas McGee; written 16 Aug 1844, proven Oct. term 1847

477††††† inventory of the estate of Reuben Dixson; recorded Jan. term 1848

477†† yearís provisions for the widow of Edward C. Acree

478††††† account current of Jane Brown with administrator Alexander Brown; recorded Jan. term 1848

478††††† account current of Uriah Tomlinson; recorded Feb. term 1848

479††††† account current of Enos Lassiter with administrator Benjamin Herndon

479†† James P. Jobes, tavern bond oath; 2 Feb 1848

480†† James Scarborough Jr., John W. Parker, T. B. King, administratorís bond for James Scarborough Sr.; 7 Feb 1848

480††††† letters of administration to James Scarborough Jr. for the estate of James Scarborough Sr.; 7 Feb 1848

481†† John H. Petty, T. M. Hale, Joel B. Acree, administratorís bond for Peter Lynch; 7 Feb 1848

481††††† letters of administration to John H. Petty for the estate of Peter Lynch; 7 Feb 1848

482†† sale of William Williams

483††††† William Williamsí land sold to raise money to educate his children, per his will, and with the consent of his widow Mariah C. Williams; 18 Aug 1847

484†† H. Milton Atkins, guardian for Margarett Williams, selects a Negro for her from her fatherís estate; 1 Nov 1847

484†† John Parker, tavern bond oath; 2 Feb 1848

485†† sale of the estate of Jordan Champion

486††††† account current of Elias Hicks

486†† will of Mason Stamper:wife Felicia Stamper, son William Stamper, daughter Eliza Ann Stamper, son Nicholas Stamper, brother Silas Stamper; executors are wife and brother; test:William E. Clopton, Samuel A. Tarry; written 20 Sep 1847, proven March term 1848

487†† sale of the estate of Polly Acree on 19 Jun 1847 by administrator Joel B. Acree; 6 Mar 1848

488†† yearís provisions for Margaret McMillan, widow of Hugh McMillan; 25 Sep 1847

488†† Lemuel A. Bell records ear mark of stock; 6 Mar 1848

488†† W. H. Irwin records ear mark of stock

489††††† account current of Edward C. Acree with administrator William C. Jones; recorded March term 1848

490††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Orren D. Lancaster by administrator James T. Morris

490††††† additional return of the hire of Negroes of the estate of A. Fentress

491††††† William C. Rutland, John Henson, James W. McGee, administratorís bond for B. H. Sanders; 6 Mar 1848

492†† J. J. Shemwell, Z. T. Shemwell, N. G. Morris, administratorís bond for Elizabeth Shemwell; 6 Mar 1848

493†† Silas Stamper, Samuel A. Tarry, Colman Travis, executorís bond for the will of Mason Stamper; 6 Mar 1848

494††††† letters of administration to Silas Stamper to execute the will of Mason Stamper; 6 Mar 1848

494††††† letters of administration to William C. Rutland for the estate of B. H. Sanders of Trigg County, deceased intestate; 6 Mar 1848

494††††† letters of administration to J. J. Shemwell for the estate of Elizabeth Shemwell; 6 Mar 1848

495†† Nathan Brandon, W. C. Weaks, James W. Smith, administratorís bond for Mary Jane Weaks; 3 Apr 1848

495††††† letters of administration to Nathan Brandon for the estate of Mary Jane Weaks, deceased intestate; 3 Apr 1848

496†† John Lankford, James Wilson, Thomas B. Summers, administratorís bond for Sebrina Warren; 3 Apr 1848

496††††† letters of administration to John Lankford for the estate of Sebrina Warren, deceased intestate; 3 Apr 1848

497††††† trusteeís report for Dover Male Academy; mentions proposed construction of a second school room for females; 9 Mar 1848

498†† sale of the estate of James Scarborough Sr.

499†† jury of inquest on 13 Jan 1848 in the death of Negro man Joe, dead from drinking and freezing near the Rolling Mill

499††††† William C. Jones, Benjamin Downs, Allen J. Shemwell, James T. Morris, administratorís bond for Thomas G. Downs; 1 May 1848

500††††† William C. Scarborough, Henderson B. Scarborough, William B. Cherry, administratorís bond for Nancy Folks; 1 May 1848

501††††† William C. Jones, Benjamin Downs, John Fletcher, administratorís bond for James Hicks; 1 May 1848

501††††† letters of administration to William C. Jones for the estate of James Hicks, deceased intestate; 1 May 1848

502†† Allen Sexton, George W. Sexton, H. C. Townzen, James Wilson, administratorís bond for Britton Sexton; 1 May 1848

502††††† letters of administration to Allen Sexton and George W. Sexton for the estate of Britton Sexton, deceased intestate; 1 May 1848

503††††† letters of administration to William C. Jones and Benjamin Downs for the estate of Thomas G. Downs, deceased intestate; 1 May 1848

503††††† letters of administration to William C. Scarborough for the estate of Nancy Folks, deceased intestate; 1 May 1848

503††††† receipt by Aaron Askew from John Askew, administrator of Sarah Askew, for his share of the estate; 7 Feb 1846, recorded May term 1848

503††††† receipt by Caswell Askew from John Askew, administrator of Sarah Askew, for his share of the estate; 7 Feb 1846, recorded May term 1848

504††††† receipt by David Askew from John Askew, administrator of Sarah Askew, for his share of the estate; 7 Feb 1846, recorded May term 1848

504††††† receipt by James Askew from John Askew, administrator of Sarah Askew, for his share of the estate; 7 Feb 1846, recorded May term 1848

504††††† receipt by George Askew from John Askew, administrator of Sarah Askew, for his share of the estate; 7 Feb 1846, recorded May term 1848

504††††† receipt by Ashly Askew from John Askew, administrator of Sarah Askew, for his share of the estate; 7 Feb 1846, recorded May term 1848

504††††† inventory and sale of the estate of James Vinson by administrator F. P. Gray

505††††† account current of John Cathey with administrator George W. Cathey; recorded May term 1848

505††††† account current of Sarah Askew with administrator John Askew; recorded May term 1848

506††††† account current of W. T. Moore; recorded May term 1848

506††††† letters of administration to Thomas Shaw for the estate of Josiah Sills, deceased intestate; 5 Jun 1848

506††††† letters of administration to Thomas Shaw for the estate of Williams Sills, deceased intestate; 5 Jun 1848

507†† Thomas Shaw, Allen J. Shemwell, Z. T. Shemwell, administratorís bond for Josiah Sills; 5 Jun 1848

507†† Thomas Shaw, Allen J. Shemwell, Z. T. Shemwell, administratorís bond for William Sills; 5 Jun 1848

508††††† Benjamin Herndon, Samuel Wofford, James W. Williams, administratorís bond for Philip Herndon; 5 Jun 1848

509††††† account current of Jesse Lassiter; recorded June term 1848

510††††† account current of Isham Seat with administrator L. D. Hargis; June term 1848

511††††† account current of Polly Acree; June term 1848

511††††† inventory of the estate of Britton Sexton by administrators G. W. Sexton and Allen Sexton

512†† sale of the estate of Britton Sexton by administrators G. W. Sexton and Allen Sexton; June term 1848

512††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Nancy Folks

514†† yearís provisions for the widow of Britton Sexton

515††††† letters of administration to Thomas Shaw for the estate of William Sills, deceased intestate; 5 Jun 1848