Stewart County Settlements and Bonds, Volume H(Aug. 1854 Ė July 1858)

 

transcribed 2003 by Jim Long

 

10†† N. B. Dudley, Nathaniel Barksdale, Sam R. Cook, administratorís bond for Ann B. Henderson; 7 Aug 1854

10††††† Benjamin Sooter, Thomas McIntosh, William H. French, administratorís bond for William Crouse; 7 Aug 1854

11†† George Brandon, N. D. Elliott, Robert Jackson, administratorís bond for James F. Stimpson; 7 Aug 1854

12†† Mary Verhain, Levi Chester, William Verhain, Samuel Givens, administratorís bond for William Verhain; 7 Aug 1854

13†† Martha Scarborough, Samuel W. Kelly, J. M. Scarborough, administratorís bond for Henderson B. Scarborough; 7 Aug 1854

14††††† settlement with Mrs. Minerva E. T. Payne, administratrix of Thomas Payne; 3 Dec 1853

15††††† receipt from Joseph Haddock and Nancy Haddock to W. H. Ellis, former guardian for Nancy E. (Taylor) Haddock; test:J. D. Biggs; 21 Nov 1854

16††††† settlement with Mrs. Eliza Palmer, executrix of Henry S. Palmer; 1 Aug 1854

17††††† settlement with John A. Daniel, administrator of Thomas D. Mockbee; 25 Jul 1854

18††††† settlement with B. P. Lee, administrator of William R. Lee; 22 Jul 1854

20 ††††† additional settlement with James M. Cherry, executor of William W. Cherry; 15 Jul 1854

20††††† additional settlement with Cyntha Runyan, administratrix of D. L. Runyan; Aug. term 1854

21†† sale of the estate of Robert C. Cook by administrator James A. Cook; Aug. term 1854

22††††† additional inventory of the estate of Thomas Payne by administratrix Minerva E. T. Payne; 30 Dec 1853

22††††† inventory of the estate of Henry S. Palmer by administratrix Eliza Palmer; 1 Aug 1854

22†† Right M. Manning records ear mark of stock; Aug. term 1854

22††††† receipt from Joseph Purvis to William C. Rutland; 8 Oct 1852

22††††† receipt from F. M. Purvis to William C. Rutland; 28 Sep 1850

23††††† settlement with William H. Cherry, administrator of Charles Johnson (insolvent); 9 Aug 1854

24†† will of Ann B. Henderson:daughter Sarah H. Davis, daughter Martha C. Johnson, daughter Margaret Barksdale, son John Henderson, daughter Emily Wynns, children of deceased daughters Harriet D. Boyd and Mary Ann Jefferson; mentions stock in the Henderson (Ky.) and Nashville railroad; executor is son-in-law Nathaniel Barksdale; wit:N. B. Dudley, S. R. Cook; written 15 Mar 1854, proven Aug. term 1854

25†† will of Henderson B. Scarborough:wife unnamed; wit:T. Kirkman, L. Lorance, John E. Moore, W. G. Dorress; written 24 Jun 1854, proven Aug. term 1854

25†† yearís provisions for Hulda Cook, widow of Robert C. Cook; 22 Apr 1854

26†† Willie Downs, Henry Jackson, William C. Melton, administratorís bond for Thomas Downs; 4 Sep 1854

27†† John J. Tomlinson, J. F. Gentry, Joel Bayliss, C. C. Dudley, executorís bond for the will of Samuel W. Kelly; 4 Sep 1854

28††††† William R. Penix, William Cook, William H. Cherry, trusteeís bond for Dover Male Academy; 4 Sep 1854

28††††† widow's provisions for Martha Scarborough, administratrix of Henderson B. Scarborough, by commissioners J. E. Rice, W. B. Cherry, Joel Bayliss; 17 Aug 1854

29†† sale of the estate of Joseph Bishop; buyers include Mrs. Bishop, John Bishop

30†† yearís provisions for Mary Bishop, widow of Joseph Bishop; Sept. term 1854

31†† will of Samuel W. Kelly:business partner J. J. Tomlinson, wife and children unnamed; executors are J. J. Tomlinson and J. F. Gentry; wit:James W. Robertson, R. T. Daniel; proven Sept. term 1854

31††††† settlement with N. D. Elliott, administrator of Thomas S. Elliott; 8 Aug 1854

32††††† settlement with John T. Bailey, administrator of Joseph Williams (administrator ofBenedict Jameson); 24 Aug 1854

33††††† receipt from J. C. Cook, administrator of Payton S. Cook, to clerk William Cook for land sold from the estate; 4 Sep 1854

34†† Edward T. Bogard, William Stone, William J. Bogard, administratorís bond for Hiram T. Bogard; 2 Oct 1854

35†† John W. Parker, J. W. Smith, Samuel Graham, Exum Parker, William Cook, administratorís bond debonus non for John Parker; 2 Oct 1854

36†† John H. Rainwater, Benjamin D. Bird, Elijah R. Chambers, Drewry P. Bird, James Gately, Irwin Bradley, and Joseph Daniel, administratorís bond for Drewry Bird; 2 Oct 1854

37†† Mary L. Wilkinson, William J. Broaddus, Jonathan T. Nolin, administratorís bond for Spotswood Wilkinson; 2 Oct 1854

38†† Robert A. Davis, James M. Lewis, William L. Dunbar, administratorís bond for Gabriel Davis; 2 Oct 1854

39†† Thomas Martin, tipplerís oath; 7 Aug 1854

39†† G. W. Cook, agent for Thomas Martin, tipplerís oath; 7 Aug 1854

39†† C. L. Martin, agent for Thomas Martin, tipplerís oath; 7 Aug 1854

40†† James Wofford, Elisha Dawson, H. J. Scarborough, surveyorís bond; 2 Oct 1854

40†† sale of the estate of William Crouse by administrator B. Sooter; 19 Sep 1854

40†† sale of the estate of Thomas Downs by administrator Wylie Downs; Oct. term 1854

41††††† settlement with Albert Brigham, administrator of Thomas Brigham; 2 Apr 1852

42††††† settlement with N. T. Allman, administrator of Joseph Bishop; 31 Aug 1854

43††††† settlement with Joshua S. Jameson, administrator of Benedict Jameson; 21 Sep 1854

43††††† inventory of the estate of Ann B. Henderson by administrator N. B. Dudley; Oct. term 1854

44†† will of Ephraim C. Gatlin:wife Martha E. Gatlin, minor children unnamed; executor is wife Martha; wit:U. D. Tomlinson, John T. Dunlap; written 21 Aug 1854, proven Nov. term 1854

45††††† settlement with Thomas H. Stewart, administrator of Campbell McCoy; 4 Nov 1854

45††††† additional inventory of the estate of Thomas Shaw by administrator N. D. Elliott; 24 Oct 1854

46††††† Charles French, M. M. Vickers, Deltin A. French, administratorís bond for Susan French; 6 Nov 1854

46††††† Elizabeth Mockbee records ear mark of stock

47††††† Nehemiah Cherry, John Morgan, George W. Lewis, administratorís bond for Merina Cherry; 6 Nov 1854

48††††† settlement with Dawson Griffin, administrator of Aaron Parker; 4 Oct 1854

48††††† inventory of the estate of B. P. Nolin; Nov. term 1854

49††††† William R. Thweatt, John J. Philips, G. W. Lewis, indenture bond for Sarah R. Chester (born 10/17/1846), William J. Chester (born 4/24/1848), John A. Chester (born 3/21/1850), Martha A. Chester (born 11/22/1851), Elizabeth Chester (born 7/31/1854), minor children of Henry Chester; 6 Nov 1854

50†† C. C. Taylor and Austin Wilkinson, administrators of Keddy Merdin, petition court for an allowance from the estate for their completed duties

50††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Merina Cherry; buyers include Calvin Ralls, Henry Jackson, Elizabeth Cherry, Gatsy Stalls; 18 Nov 1854

50††††† receipt from N. C. Skinner to his guardian F. P. Gray; 27 Jan 1855

51†† Jerman Jackson, Andrew Irvin, Thomas McIntosh, administratorís bond for Andrew Irvin; 4 Dec 1854

52††††† inventory of the estate of S. W. Kelly

53†† Elijah Dawson, James Wofford, Elisha Dawson, administratorís bond for Solomon Suit; 4 Dec 1854

54†† Samuel Stacker, indenture bond for colored boy Westley Jordan, age 13; 4 Dec 1854

54†† Samuel Stacker, indenture bond for colored girl Matilda J. Jordan, age 9; 4 Dec 1854

55††††† widowís dower for widow of Spotswood Wilkinson:25 acres (1/3 of estate) on headwaters of Clays Creek; 24 Oct 1854

55††††† widow's provisions for the widow of Joseph Williams by Isaac Williams, F. Ralls, George Daugherty; Dec. term 1854

56†† jury of inquest finds that John H. Morgan killed Samuel Wilson on 7 Oct 1854; recorded Dec. term 1854

56††††† account current of James F. Stimpson by administrator George Brandon; Sept. 1854

57††††† settlement with Thomas Shaw, administrator of James F. Stimpson; 16 Sep 1854

58††††† widowís dower for Polly Davis, widow of Gabriel Davis; Dec. term 1854

59††††† settlement with C. C. Taylor and Austin Wilkinson, administrators of Keddy Merden; 2 Dec 1854

60††††† widowís dower for widow of Hudson Parrish; 8 Apr 1854

61†† W. J. Hagler, John S. Tomlinson, Thomas M. Atkins, administratorís bond for Delila Hagler; 4 Dec 1854

62††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Maxwell Coldwell; Dec. term 1854

63†† sale of the estate of G. Davis; buyers include R. A. Davis, D. L. Davis, T. K. Davis

64††††† Christopher Brandon, W. T. Weston, W. H. Ellis, ferry bond across Cumberland River; 1 Jan 1855

64†† Robert Jackson, L. D. Hargis, G. Brandon, ferry bond across Cumberland River

65†† W. H. A. Pugh, J. T. Duncan, A. J. Shemwell, administratorís bond for Henry Pugh; 2 Jan 1855

65†† James S. Ralls, Franklin Ralls, Isaac Williams, ferry bond across Cumberland River; 1 Jan 1855

66††††† William A. Cook, James A. Cook, Joseph Alsup, administratorís bond for James Cook; 1 Jan 1855

67†† W. H. A. Pugh, J. T. Duncan, A. J. Shemwell, administratorís bond for Henry Pugh; 2 Jan 1855

68†† John T. Duncan, L. D. Hargis, W. L. Dunbar, Noah McGreggor, Henry Jackson, administratorís bond for Andrew Collins; 2 Jan 1855

69†† A. J. Shemwell, Joseph P. Wimberly, William H. Ellis, Robert Jackson, administratorís bond for C. E. Watson; 1 Jan 1855

69†† James M. Lewis, W. A. West, W. L. Dunbar, administratorís bond for Sarah V. Nolin; 1 Jan 1855

70†† Thomas B. Summers, Jeremiah Mobley, D. A. Wynns, administratorís bond for William S. Tomlinson; 1 Jan 1855

71†† jury of inquest in the death Mrs. Nealy Blunt; jury reports that she died of inflammation of the bowels; 24 Nov 1854

72††††† widow's dower for the widow of Joseph Williams:35 acres, 32 poles (1/3 of total 155 2/4 acres); 18 Dec 1854

72†† J. F. Dyne, tipplerís oath; 19 Dec 1854

72††††† settlement with W. B. Weaks and John S. Weaks, administrators of Henry Weaks; 27 Dec 1854

73†† sale of the estate of Susan French by administrator Charles French; buyers include Agnes French, D. A. French; 18 Nov 1854

74††††† settlement with George Brandon, administrator of James F. Stimpson; 5 Dec 1854

75††††† inventory of John Parker; Dec. term 1854

75†† sale of the estate of Andrew Irvin; 16 Dec 1854

77†† yearís provisions for Elizabeth Irvin, widow of Andrew Irvin

77†† Abner Johnson, W. C. Jones, A. J. Shemwell, James Kelly, Daniel Bush, Rice Petty, constable bond for District 11; 5 Feb 1855

78†† Willis Whitford, H. Milton Atkins, George W. Gatlin, constable bond District 7; 5 Feb 1855

78†† John L. McMillan, Thomas M. Atkins, administratorís bond for Allen McCaskill; 5 Feb 1855

79††††† Mitchell G. Scarborough, tipplerís oath; 16 Jan 1855

80†† Nathan Brandon, tipplerís oath; 11 Jan 1855

80†† Woods, Lewis & Co., A. P. Parrish, William Ellis, ferry bond across Cumberland River at the Cross Creeks; 5 Feb 1855

81††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Solomon Suit

81††††† additional settlement with John M. Elam and W. J. G. Baynham, administrators of Samuel Elam; 5 Feb 1855

82†† sale of the estate of Spotswood Wilkinson; 2 Nov 1854

84††††† settlement with Meridith Yarborough, in right of his wife Clarissa Wyatt Yarborough, administratrix of Thomas Wyatt; 13 Jan 1855

85††††† receipt from W. P. Dawson to guardian Elisha Dawson, executor of D. A. Dawson; 14 Jul 1854

85†† yearís provisions for Mary Wilkinson, widow of Spotswood Wilkinson; 9 Dec 1854

85††††† letters of administration to Henry Edwards for the estate of Jesse Edwards, deceased intestate; 5 Mar 1855

86††††† division of the Negroes of the estate of Thomas W. Lewis, to widow Saphronia Lewis and N. T. Allman (guardian for Thomas W. Lewis, Sarah B. Lewis, John H. Lewis, Judith M. Lewis, W. T. Lewis); 5 Jan 1855

86††††† widowís dower for Penelope Biggs, widow of Joel Biggs:148 acres and 17 poles on Saline Creek (a third of the estate); 1 Mar 1855

87††††† widowís dower for Saphronia Lewis, widow of Thomas W. Lewis:140 acres on N bank of Cumberland River, adj. W. L. Dunbar; 26 Feb 1855

87†† Irvin Brandon, tipplerís oath; Feb. term 1855

88††††† additional settlement with Joel R. Smith, administrator of R. M. Smith; 15 Aug 1853

88††††† settlement with Silas Stamper, administrator of Asa Stamper; 7 Feb 1855

89†† Henry Edwards, Jesse Parchman, W. B. Cherry, administratorís bond for Jesse Edwards; 5 Mar 1855

90†† W. C. Jones, T. B. Brigham, Wesley Brandon, administratorís bond for Joseph B. Nevill; 5 Mar 1855

91†† John P. Dunlap, Joel Bayliss, J. S. Ralls, administratorís bond for W. J. Hart; 5 Mar 1855

92†† Nancy Marshall, Samuel Stacker, John P. Dunlap, administratorís bond for William Marshall; 5 Mar 1855

93†† S. R. Warden, Robert Walker, Thomas Warden, administratorís bond for Sally Y. Tubbs; 5 Mar 1855

93††††† William N. Cherry records ear mark of stock

94†† Thomas B. Summers, J. A. Alsup, J. Mobley, Norman McKinnon, A. D. Summers, George Cathey, W. A. Cook, J. L. McMillan, Andrew Irwin, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1855; 2 Apr 1855

95†† John V. Atwood, tipplerís oath; 15 Feb 1855

95†† Thomas Shaw, agent for J. P. Dyre, tipplerís oath; 1 Mar 1855

96†† R. R. Acree, agent for Irvin Brandon, tipplerís oath; 2 Feb 1855

96††††† settlement with Robert W. Boyd, executor of John Boyd; 6 Feb 1855

97†† sale of the estate of Sarah Edwards; 13 Dec 1843

101†† sale of the estate of C. E. Watson by administrator A. J. Shemwell; buyers include widow; March term 1855

104†† yearís provisions for Elizabeth Watson, widow of C. E. Watson; 18 Jan 1855

104††††† letters of administration to W. H. A. Pugh for the estate of Henry Pugh, deceased intestate; 2 Jan 1855

105†† will of Kain A. McCaughan (Fayette Co., TN):wife Katharine, son Leander C. McCaughan, son John I. McCaughan, son Charles Alexander McCaughan; executor is son Leander; test:John S. Brien, J. T. Nolin; written 6 Mar 1855, proven April term 1855

106†† yearís provisions for Belle Hart, widow of William J. Hart; 19 Mar 1855

106††††† inventory of notes of the estate of Delila Hagler by administrator W. J. Hagler

107†† sale of the estate of Nancy Mann by administrator J. F. Gentry; April term 1855

107††††† settlement with J. F. Gentry, administrator of Nancy Mann; 4 Mar 1855

108†† sale of the estate of Allen McCaskill by administrator J. L. McMillan; buyers include widow, William McCaskill, John McCaskill; April term 1855

109††††† (receipts from legatees of Samuel Elam to executor John M. Elam; note by clerk William Cook indicates the vouchers are improperly entered, since they belong to the settlement in Mecklenburg Co., Virginia)

109††††† receipt from Elizabeth B. Tanner and B. L. Tanner to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; test:W. J. G. Baynham; 27 Nov 1854

109††††† receipt from Emily J. Bailey and F. D. Bailey to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; 22 Nov 1854

109††††† receipt from Susan A. Perkins and William Perkins to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; test:J. T. Williams; 23 Jan 1855

109††††† receipt from Elizabeth B. Tanner and B. L. Tanner to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; test:J. T. Williams; 27 Nov 1854

109††††† receipt from Margaret M. Tarry and Joseph A. Tarry to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; test:J. T. Williams; 23 Jan 1855

110††††† receipt from F. D. Bailey, guardian for Daniel J. Fraser, to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; test:J. T. Williams; 22 Nov 1854

110††††† receipt from Margaret M. Tarry and Joseph A. Tarry to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; test:W. J. G. Baynham; 27 Nov 1854

110††††† receipt from Emily J. Bailey and F. D. Bailey to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; test:J. T. Williams; 25 Jan 1855

110††††† receipt from F. D. Bailey, guardian for Daniel J. Fraser, to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for sale of lands in Virginia; 25 Jan 1855

110††††† receipt from J. T. Daly to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for professional services on account of the wills of Elizabeth Elam and Samuel Elam; 23 Aug 1853

111††††† receipt from Richard Logan to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for professional services in sale of lands in Virginia; 23 Aug 1853

111††††† receipt from Benjamin F. Fraser to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for his share of the estate; 22 Jan 1855

111††††† receipt from William A. Burwell, guardian for Lewis Burwell, to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for his share of the estate of Elizabeth Elam; 25 Aug 1853

111††††† receipt from John Gilmer to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for his share of the estate of Elizabeth Elam; 18 Nov 1853

111††††† receipt from Sally E. Burwell to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for her share of the estate of her sister Elizabeth Elam; 23 Aug 1853

111††††† receipt from Samuel A. Fraser to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for his share of the estate; 30 Dec 1854

111††††† receipt from Susan A. Y. Perkins and William Perkins to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for her share of the estate; 23 Jan 1855

111††††† receipt from William Perkins to John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, for his share of the estate

112†† cash paid by John M. Elam, executor of Samuel Elam, to the servants of Elizabeth Elam aged 12 and over:George, Giles, Edward, Pleasant, Joan, Claburn, Jim Walker, Ellick, Caroline, Betsey, Patsey, Dick, Toney, James, Ben, Charles, Jeff, Atkins, Felix, John, Dorcas, Peggy, Lucy, Silver, Margaret, Sally, Angeline

113††††† receipt from R. J. Wynns to guardians John E. Wynns & Benjamin Wynns; 21 Dec 1855

113†† M. G. Scarborough, receipt of sale of land belonging to his late father T. S. Scarborough; 15 Jan 1856

113††††† receipt from N. P. Thomas, administrator, for sale of property of the estate of Nathan Thomas; 21 Jan 1856

114†† yearís provisions for widow of Allen McCaskill; 16 Feb 1855

114††††† inventory of notes and accounts of the estate of William S. Tomlinson; 12 Mar 1855

114††††† receipt from Mary Jameson, guardian for the J. G. Acree, Amanda Acree, L. E. Acree and E. C. Acree, heirs of Edward Acree, to John T. Bailey, administrator of Benedict Jameson; test:R. R. Acree, J. R. Acree; 20 Mar 1855

115††††† settlement with William C. Jones, administrator of Robert E. Green; 15 Mar 1855

115†† yearís provisions for Margaret Coke, widow of James Coke; 20 Jan 1855

116†† sale of the estate of James Coke by administrator William A. Cook; April term 1855

117††††† letters of administration to L. C. McCaughan to execute the will of Kain A. McCaughan; 2 Apr 1855

118†† John H. Outlaw, George D. Outlaw, Thomas B. Summers, administratorís bond for Eli Outlaw; 7 May 1855

119†† Willis Whitford, John Hinson, James L. Rutland, administratorís bond for Caroline Sexton; 7 May 1855

120†† will of Jesse F. Barnett:wife Nancy D. Barnett is executor; wit:Malcom McNeill, Alex J. Farmer, Thomas Terry; written 5 Feb 1849, proven May term 1855

120†† W. C. McGee, Isaac Williams, James H. Gatlin, justice of the peace bond for Dover; 7 May 1855

121††††† Benjamin Rowlett, Jesse Vinson, William C. Shaw, justice of the peace bond for District 8; 7 May 1855

121†† D. D. P. Phillips, tipplerís oath; 3 Apr 1855

122††††† William Cherry, tipplerís oath; 3 Apr 1855

122†† W. H. A. Pugh, tipplerís oath; 28 Apr 1855

123††††† inventory of the estate of M. M. Reid by administrator E. J. Vinson; heirs are Martha Jane Reid, James Henry Reid, William Carroll Reid; May term 1855

123†† sale of the estate of William J. Hart

127††††† settlement with E. J. Vinson, administrator of Martha Futrell; 4 Apr 1855

128††††† William J. Folks, Thomas Fielding, Thomas W. Fielding, administratorís bond for William Folks; 4 Jun 1855

129†† Martha Scarborough, James M. Scarborough, James W. Hatcher, administratorís bond for Henderson B. Scarborough; 4 Jun 1855

130††††† William Sikes, Edward S. Geurin, Benjamin C. Geurin, administratorís bond for Joshua Geurin; 4 Jun 1855

131†† Evans Wallace, L. D. Hargis, Robert Jackson, James Ross, constable bond for District 4 to replace Reuben Wallace who resigned; 4 Jun 1855

131†† John H. Daniel, tipplerís oath; 19 May 1855

132††††† settlement with Samuel L. Gentry, administrator of John Lee Esq.; 22 May 1855

133†† J. A. Alsup, agent of John H. Daniel, tipplerís oath; May 1855

133††††† nuncupative will of William Folks:son William J. Folks, son Henry F. Folks, wife unnamed; wit:Henry Folks, George W. Sexton; proven June term 1855

134†† yearís provisions for widow of Eli Outlaw; 19 May 1855

134††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Eli Outlaw

136†† James Wallace, James M. Whithurst, James S. Ralls, administratorís bond for Vinson Page; 2 Jul 1855

137††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 1; paid teachers W. C. Bradford, Elijah Hall, Mary E. Pacard; Aug. term 1855

137††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 2; paid teachers F. S. Carr, Thomas H. Williams, C. M. Hooks, A. G. Cherry; Aug. term 1855

137††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 3; paid teacher W. J. Atkins; Aug. term 1855

137††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 4; Aug. term 1855

137††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 5; paid teachers James Atkins, Edward Atkins, A. J. Cooksey, W. P. Nichols, W. T. Dowdy, John Smith, John Wiggins; Aug. term 1855

138††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 6; paid teacher W. C. Bradford; Aug. term 1855

138††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 7; paid teachers J. A. Tarry, Mary J. Lemaster, Mary E. Wofford; Aug. term 1855

138††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 8; paid teachers C. D. Miles, John Jones, H. L. Wall, J. F. Lock; Aug. term 1855

139††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 9; paid teachers William Paul, W. C. Scarborough; Aug. term 1855

139††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 10; paid teachers W. P. Dawson, John M. Tayloe; Aug. term 1855

139††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 11; paid teachers W. J. Tomlinson, W. D. Gleaves, John M. Tayloe; Aug. term 1855

139††††† settlement with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 12; paid teachers Andrew Irvin, W. McDaniel, J. H. Chadwick, A. A. Wilson; Aug. term 1855

140††††† settlement with N. D. Elliott, executor of Thomas Shaw; 24 Oct 1854

141††††† receipt from E. T. Bogard to clerk William Cook for money from sale of Negroes belonging to Nancy E. Haddock and husband; 4 Feb 1856

141††††† receipt from W. H. Ellis, guardian, to clerk William Cook for money from sale of Negroes belonging to Nancy E. Haddock and husband, and Andrew Taylor, the heirs of Hugh M. Taylor; 28 Feb 1856

142†† M. G. Scarborough, attorney for A. M. Scarborough, receipt of 1/2 of sale of T. S. Scarborough land; 3 Mar 1856

142††††† receipt from J. R. Smith, executor of R. M. Smith, to W. J. G. Baynham, guardian of M. C. Baynhamís children; 7 Mar 1855

142†† L. D. Hargis, agent of W. H. A. Pugh, tipplerís oath; 4 Jul 1856

142†† E. B. Daniel, agent of John H. Daniel, tipplerís oath; Jul 1855

143†† Hiram C. Buckner, agent for Brandon & Scarborough, tipplerís oath; 3 Jul 1855

143†† jury of inquest in drowning death of Negro man found in Cumberland River; 24 Jul 1855

143††††† additional settlement with Joshua J. Jameson, surviving administrator of Benedict Jameson; 31 Mar 1855

144†† B. F. Curtis and wife Sarah A. Curtis, refunding bond to N. D. Elliott, executor of Thomas Shaw; security:R. Dudley; 20 Jan 1855

144††††† William C. Lewis, refunding bond to N. D. Elliott, executor of Thomas Shaw; 14 Nov 1854

145††††† William J. Bogard, Thomas M. Atkins, Isaac Williams, administratorís bond for Joseph C. Bogard; 6 Aug 1855

146††††† settlement with James A. Cook, administrator of Robert Cook (insolvent); 10 Jul 1855

146††††† letters of administration to Elijah Dawson for the estate of Solomon Suit, deceased intestate; 4 Dec 1854

147†† sale of the estate of Vinson Page by administrator James Wallace; Aug. term 1856

149†† year's provisions for Sally Ann Page, widow of Vinson Page, by commissioners Samuel Ross Sr., Robert Jackson, J. S. Ralls; 4 Jul 1855

149††††† settlement with Thomas B. Summers, administrator of Sabrina Warren; 12 Jul 1855

150††††† receipt from W. C. Biggs, guardian for E. A. Biggs & H. J. Biggs, minor heirs of Joel Biggs, to clerk William Cook, for money from Joel Biggsí estate; 17 Apr 1856

150††††† receipt from Nancy Gibson to clerk William Cook for money from Joel Biggsí estate; 17 Apr 1856

150††††† receipt from W. C. Biggs to clerk William Cook for money from Joel Biggsí estate; 17 Apr 1856

150††††† receipt from J. T. Bailey, administrator of Joseph Williams, to clerk William Cook for money from Joel Biggsí estate; 17 Apr 1856

151††††† receipt from Thomas B. Ellis to clerk William Cook for money from Joel Biggsí estate; 11 Apr 1856

151†† Thomas B. Summers, Adolphus Summers, German Jackson, Jeremiah Mobley, Joseph Alsup, William A. Cook, Alexander Brown, Benjamin Sooter, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1856; 7 Apr 1856

152†† John A. Glasgow, W. C. Rutland, Larkin Sexton, administratorís bond for John Oneal; 1 Oct 1855

153†† Mary Wall, William H. Blanton, James M. Cherry, Abram Phillips, administratorís bond for John Wall; 1 Oct 1855

154†† jury of inquest in 22 Aug 1855 death of Negro man Jack Smith, said to belong to someone in Mississippi; Smith was killed by William G. Boyd in self-defense at Kirkmanís Ore Bank after Smith attacked Boyd

155††††† additional inventory of the estate of Andrew Irwin by administrator G. Jackson; Oct. term 1855

155††††† inventory of the estate of James H. West by administrator W. A. West; Oct. term 1856

156†† sale of the estate of Drewry Bird by administrator J. H. Rainwater; buyers include B. D. Bird, Drewry P. Bird, W. C. Bird; Oct. term 1855

158††††† settlement with John T. Bailey, administrator of Joseph Williams (insolvent); 8 May 1855

160††††† settlement with A. J. Fraser, administrator of Sarah Edwards; 5 Sep 1855

161††††† William Wallace, administrator of Littleberry Clark, receipt of money from sale of Negro of the estate of Sally Clark; 1 Sep 1856

162††††† settlement with German Jackson, administrator of Andrew Irwin (insolvent); 11 Aug 1855

163†† Thomas B. Summers, James C. Cook, James H. Gatlin, administratorís bond for Henry Burcham; 5 Nov 1855

164†† W. C. Jones, W. J. Bogard, George Brandon, administratorís bond for Patrick Clark; 5 Nov 1855

165††††† Appolas Cooper, Robert Jackson, James Kelly, Thomas W. Dennis, John T. Duncan, constable bond for District 7; 5 Nov 1855

165†† W. B. Holland, tipplerís oath; 22 Oct 1855

166†† jury of inquest in 23 Oct 1855 drowning deaths of two Negro boys named Jack

166†† W. T. Weston, Hyman Leggate, Samuel L. Gentry, year's provisions for Mary Wall, widow of John Wall; 26 Oct 1855

167††††† inventory of the estate of John Oneal by administrator John A. Glasgow; 1 Oct 1855

167††††† settlement with William A. West, administrator of James H. West; 5 Nov 1855

167†† F. W. Marberry records ear mark of stock; Dec. term 1855

168†† James W. Gately records ear mark of stock; Dec. term 1855

168†† Roger Murphy records ear mark of stock; Dec. term 1855

168††††† Rebecca Cherry, James M. Cherry, A. G. Cherry, administratorís bond for Daniel Cherry; 3 Dec 1855

169††††† inventory of the estate of Joseph C. Bogard by administrator W. J. Bogard; 3 Dec 1855

169††††† receipt from S. R. Worden, administrator of Sallie Tubbs, to clerk William Cook for Negroes sold from the estate; 26 Aug 1856

169††††† inventory of Daniel Cherry; Jan. term 1856

170†† sale of the estate of Daniel Cherry on 14 Dec 1855; buyers include R. T. Daniel, Thomas Clinard, Robert Jackson, B. W. Bond, C. R. Clark, W. C. Melton, Robert George

170†† Henry Lockhart, agent of John H. Daniel, tipplerís oath; 21 Dec 1855

170†† Jesse Bromly, agent of D. D. H. Phillips & William Cherry, tipplerís oath; 1 Dec 1855

171††††† receipt from D. J. Fraser to his guardian F. D. Bailey for money received from the estate of Samuel Elam; 3 Dec 1855

171†† N. W. Tomlinson, agent of John H. Daniel, tipplerís oath; 7 Jan 1856

171†† R. J. Wynns, agent of J. V. Atwood, tipplerís oath; 19 Dec 1855

172††††† additional inventory of the estate of P. B. Nolin by administrator J. T. Nolin; 8 Dec 1855

172††††† inventory of the estate of W. D. Wilson by administrator A. A. Wilson

172†† John W. Parker, W. C. McGee, W. L. Dunbar, poor house treasurerís bond; 9 Jan 1856

173†† B. P. Lee, Mark Milam, William Bell, administratorís bond for H. W. Lee; 7 Jan 1856

174†† N. T. Allman, J. L. McMillan, N. P. Thomas, administratorís bond for William Garrison; 7 Jan 1856

175††††† William Largent, Andrew Martin, Simon Daniel, M. M. Vickers, administratorís bond for William Largent; 7 Jan 1856

176†† M. M. Vickers, G. W. Vickers, William Largent, Irvin Bradley, Andrew Martin, administratorís bond for George W. Cathey; 7 Jan 1856

177†† N. T. Allman, N. P. Thomas, J. L. McMillan, administratorís bond for J. E. Allman; 7 Jan 1856

178†† will of John M. Elam:wife Ann V. Elam, daughter Elizabeth A. Elam, daughter Sarah M. Elam, daughter Mary M. Elam, daughter Susan Murry, son Willie F. Elam, son Samuel H. Elam; executrix is wife Ann; wit:Z. T. Shemwell, W. J. G. Baynham; written 1 Nov 1855, proven Jan. term 1856

179†† Larkin Sexton, James S. Ralls, R. T. Daniel, ferry bond across Cumberland River; 8 Jan 1856

180††††† settlement with Henry M. Wynns & Drew A. Wynns, administrators of Henry Wynns; 7 Jan 1856

181††††† settlement with N. P. Thomas, administrator of Nathan Thomas; 5 Jan 1856

181†† sale of the estate of William Cross; buyers include Thomas Leggate, Josiah Robertson, Henry Ross, Reuben Ross, James Atkins, James Legate, B. Joiner

184††††† settlement with A. A. Wilson, administrator of W. D. Wilson; 3 Jan 1856

185††††† settlement with W. G. T. Buckingham, administrator of George G. Boswell; 17 Dec 1855

185††††† division of the lands of John Randle to five heirs John Randle Jr. (gets land on Standing Rock Creek where Elbert Sexton lives, the adjoining Williamson Andrews tract, and land on Weston Island in Tennessee River adjoining the Wynn tract), James Randle (gets home tract on Standing Rock Creek, the SE part of original 640-acre tract), Pitts Randle (gets part of Weston tract on Tennessee River, the adjoining Mitchell tract which was the 50-acre dower of widow Tayloe, and 30 acres on the island), Henry Randle (gets the Weston tract on Tennessee River adjoining Harrison Williamsí wood lot), Safrona Sexton and husband Elbert Sexton (get part of 640-acre tract adjoining Mrs. Lillyís dower); 22 Dec 1855

188†† sale of the estate of John Wall by administrators W. H. Blanton and Mary Wall

191†† sale of the estate of Henry Burcham; buyers include Elizabeth Burcham and Levina Burcham; Jan. term 1856

194†† sale of the estate of William Largent by administrators Andrew Martin & William Largent; buyers include James Largent, William Largent, E. D. Largent, L. M. Largent, A. J. Largent, widow; Feb. term 1856

199†† yearís provisions for widow of William Largent; 17 Jan 1856

199†† C. D. Fuqua, James Lowe, Thomas M. Atkins, administratorís bond for William Fuqua; 4 Feb 1856

200†† sale of the estate of H. W. Lee by administrator B. P. Lee

201†† sale of the estate of John M. Elam; buyers include Mrs. A. V. Elam, William Free, Coleman Travis, D. Travis, A. Gilbert, William Griffin, Robert George, Daniel Collins, James M. Cherry; April term 1856

205†† sale of the estate of John E. Allman; buyers include N. T. Allman, Mary Allman, Seaborn Allman; April term 1856

206†† jury of inquest reports that Tennessee Shelby is an idiot and that her estate, consisting of Negroes Jesse, Sally & Charlotte, is worth $2200; 2 Feb 1856

206†† Elbert M. Crisp records ear mark of stock; March term 1856

207††††† division of the Negroes of the estate of Henry Wynns to heirs Angeline Wynns, Elizabeth Barnes, Henry Wynns, Nancy Cathey, Drew A. Wynns, Harriet Wynns, Eveline Wynns & William Wynns; 11 Jan 1856

208†† yearís provisions for Ann V. Elam, widow of John M. Elam; 15 Jan 1856

208†† jury of inquest finds that Mrs. Dorcas Barnes is capable of conducting her own business; 29 Feb 1856

208†† Albert Rougemont records ear mark of stock; March term 1856

209††††† widowís dower for Eliza A. Outlaw, widow of Eli A. Outlaw:100 acres on Cane Creek, adjoining Wynnís land; 4 Jan 1856

209††††† widowís dower for Mary Wall, widow of John Wall:one third of 113-acre tract adjoining Bookerís land; 25 Feb 1856

210††††† settlement with John Glasgow, administrator of John Oneal; 15 Jan 1856

210††††† additional settlement with William H. Cherry, administrator of Charles Johnson

211††††† settlement with P. B. Summers, administrator of David C. Wilson (insolvent); 13 Feb 1856

212††††† settlement with Mrs. Levetia Futrell, administratrix of James E. Futrell; 29 Mar 1856

213††††† receipt from Nancy Biggs Gibson to clerk William Cook for money received from sale of a tract of land of the heirs of Joel Biggs; 10 Mar 1856

213††††† receipt from W. C. Biggs, guardian for Eliza A. Biggs and Harriet J. Biggs (minor heirs of Joel Biggs) to clerk William Cook for money received from sale of a tract of land of the heirs of Joel Biggs; 10 Mar 1856

213††††† receipt from W. C. Biggs to clerk William Cook for money received from sale of a tract of land of the heirs of Joel Biggs; 10 Mar 1856

213††††† receipt from Thomas B. Ellis to clerk William Cook for money received from sale of a tract of land of the heirs of Joel Biggs; 10 Mar 1856

213††††† inventory of the estate of Samuel Boughter by administrator James M. Lewis; mentions money received from the estate in Philadelphia, Pa.; April term 1856

214††††† letters of administration to Robert S. Coleman for the estate of William H. Coleman, deceased intestate; 8 Apr 1856

214††††† additional settlement with W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam; April term 1856

214††††† account current with John M. Elam, administrator of John M. Elam

215††††† settlement with James M. Lewis, administrator of Samuel Boughter (insolvent); 12 Mar 1856

216††††† settlement with Thomas Brigham, administrator of James H. Brigham; 8 Feb 1856

217††††† settlement with Elijah Dawson, executor of D. A. Dawson; 1 Apr 1856

217†† Judson Horn, Chairman of the County Court, indentures Richard Brewer, free boy of color aged 7, to B. Crockarell; 8 Apr 1856

218†† B. Crockarell, William Ellis, indenture bond for Richard Brewer; 8 Apr 1856

219††††† William Sikes, James Kelly, Thomas H. Stewart, Thomas W. Dennis, administratorís bond for Joshua Geurin; 8 Apr 1856

220†† Robert S. Coleman, James Wofford, Elijah Dawson, administratorís bond for William H. Coleman; 8 Apr 1856

221††††† Charles Summers, Nathaniel Barksdale, William Brenton, Cullen Hall, constable bond for District 1; 7 Apr 1856

221††††† William H. Cherry, Henry Jackson, George W. Vickers, James H. Owens, constable bond for District 2; 7 Apr 1856

222†† John A. Lisenby, W. J. Bogard, M. M. Vickers, Henry Jackson, William Stone, constable bond for District 3; 7 Apr 1856

222†† Evans Wallace, L. D. Hargis, Henry Jackson, Z. T. Shemwell, constable bond for District 4; 7 Apr 1856

223†† Samuel T. Allen, M. M. Allen, John L. McMillan, A. N. Powers, N. P. Thomas, constable bond for District 5; 7 Apr 1856

223††††† Benjamin Sooter, Judson Horn, Thomas B. Summers, John L. McMillan, constable bond for District 6; 7 Apr 1856

224†† George W. Bufford, W. B. Cherry, James W. Smith, John W. Parker, constable bond for District 7; 7 Apr 1856

224††††† Appollas Cooper, Evans Wallace, James M. Cherry, Henry Jackson, constable bond for District 7; 7 Apr 1856

225††††† William C. Shaw, B. Rowlett, Thomas H. Stewart, A. J. Shemwell, Peter W. Hicks, L. Rayborn, B. Downs, T. H. Riggs, constable bond for District 8; 7 Apr 1856

225†† James L. Rutland, Abram Phillips, Richard Humphries, Irvin Bradley, W. C. Rutland, Charles Phillips, constable bond for District 9; 7 Apr 1856

226†† Isham W. Folks, Thomas W. Fielding, Willis Whitford, H. C. Townzen, constable bond for District 10; 7 Apr 1856

226†† Abner Johnson, Solomon Cormack, M. M. Vickers, William Bell, Henry Jackson, Judson Horn, constable bond for District 11; 7 Apr 1856

227††††† Alexander Brown, Thomas B. Summers, Adolphus Summers, German Jackson, William A. Cook, constable bond for District 12; 7 Apr 1856

227†† Edward T. Bogard, William Stone, George W. Vickers, John A. Lisenby, John H. Ragsdale, sheriffís bond; 7 Apr 1856

228†† Elisha Dawson, Elijah Dawson, John McClish, William P. Dawson, James Wofford, trusteeís bond; 7 Apr 1856

229†† Elisha Dawson, Elijah Dawson, John McClish, William P. Dawson, James Wofford, trusteeís bond for small offenses; 7 Apr 1856

229†† Elisha Dawson, Elijah Dawson, John McClish, William P. Dawson, James Wofford, trusteeís bond for common school money; 7 Apr 1856

230†† Thomas B. Summers, Jeremiah Mobley, Joseph Alsup, German Jackson, Alexander Brown, Adolphus D. Summers, Benjamin Sooter, William A. Cook, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1856; 7 Apr 1856

230††††† William Cook, James W. Smith, J. M. Scarborough, J. W. Parker, county court clerkís bond; 10 Apr 1856

231†† James Wofford, R. S. Coleman, Elijah Dawson, Elisha Dawson, surveyorís bond; 8 Apr 1856

231††††† Marshal Rollins, W. B. Cherry, R. T. Daniel, coronerís bond; 8 Apr 1856

232†† Z. T. Shemwell, A. J. Shemwell, Benjamin Rowlett, assessorís bond; 10 Apr 1856

232†† W. L. Dunbar, George W. Lewis, Henry Jackson, justice of the peace bond for District 1; 10 Apr 1856

233†† John H. Ragsdale, G. W. Lewis, Henderson Parker, justice of the peace bond for District 2; 10 Apr 1856

233†† George W. Lewis, W. L. Dunbar, John H. Ragsdale, justice of the peace bond for District 2; 10 Apr 1856

234††††† Henderson Parker, W. T. Weston, John H. Ragsdale, justice of the peace bond for District 3; 10 Apr 1856

234†† W. T. Weston, Henderson Parker, L. D. Hargis, justice of the peace bond for District 3; 10 Apr 1856

235†† Henry Jackson, L. D. Hargis, Judson Horn, justice of the peace bond for District 4; 10 Apr 1856

235†† L. D. Hargis, Henry Jackson, Judson Horn, justice of the peace bond for District 4; 10 Apr 1856

236†† John L. McMillan, L. D. Hargis, H. H. Trinkle, justice of the peace bond for District 5; 10 Apr 1856

236†† Judson Horn, John L. McMillan, H. H. Trinkle, justice of the peace bond for District 5; 10 Apr 1856

237†† H. H. Trinkle, Judson Horn, Henry Jackson, justice of the peace bond for District 6; 10 Apr 1856

237†† W. C. McGee, James Low, John W. Parker, justice of the peace bond for District 7; 10 Apr 1856

238†† John W. Parker, James Low, W. C. McGee, justice of the peace bond for District 7; 10 Apr 1856

238††††† William Sikes, John W. Parker, W. C. McGee, justice of the peace bond for District 7; 10 Apr 1856

239†† Thomas H. Stewart, Thomas W. Dennis, Abram Phillips, justice of the peace bond for District 8; 10 Apr 1856

239†† Abram Phillips, Thomas W. Dennis, Thomas H. Stewart, justice of the peace bond for District 8; 10 Apr 1856

240†† Thomas W. Dennis, Thomas H. Stewart, Abram Phillips, justice of the peace bond for District 9; 10 Apr 1856

240†† Simon Daniel, G. W. Lewis, William Bell, justice of the peace bond for District 10; 10 Apr 1856

241††††† William Bell, S. Daniel, L. D. Hargis, justice of the peace bond for District 11; 10 Apr 1856

241†† Andrew Irwin, J. C. Cook, E. T. Bogard, justice of the peace bond for District 12; 10 Apr 1856

242†† J. Mobley, L. D. Hargis, W. C. McGee, justice of the peace bond for District 12; 10 Apr 1856

242†† sale of the estate of William Garrison by administrator N. T. Allman

244†† yearís provisions for Mary Allman, widow of John E. Allman

245†† yearís provisions for Elizabeth Garrison, widow of William Garrison; 31 Jan 1856

245††††† settlement with Benjamin Andrews, administrator of W. J. Anderson; 25 Feb 1856

246†† Evans Wallace, J. C. Cook, L. D. Hargis, constable bond for District 4; 5 May 1856

246†† jury of inquest in 19 Apr 1856 death of Reuben Harrison; Harrison was stabbed at the Indian Mound by J. G. Carney

247†† jury of inquest in 13 Apr 1856 death of Alexander King; King was killed by David Crouse

247†† jury of inquest in death of unknown man found 27 Apr 1856 on north side of Cumberland River about 1 Ĺ miles below Dover

247††††† receipt from Mary Wall, administratrix of John Wall, for land sold from the estate; 21 Feb 1857

248†† jury of inquest in 22 Apr 1856 death of infant daughter of Rebecca Ann Triplett; child was ruled to have been starved to death

248†† jury of inquest in death of Negro man unknown, presumed drowned; 8 Apr 1856

248†† Z. T. Shemwell, tax assessor oath; April term 1856

249††††† division of the land of the estate of Thomas G. Downs to heirs Mary Ann Downs (alias Mary Ann Askew), Clabourne Downs, Thomas D. Downs, Elizabeth Downs, Catherine Downs, Susan Ann Downs, Caroline Downs, Louis Downs, Benjamin Downs, Harriet Adeline Downs; land was 446 acres on east bank of Tennessee River, adjoining lands of Eason (N) and Samuel Downs (S); 4 Apr 1856

251††††† widowís dower for Henrymiah Parrish, widow of Hudson Parrish:88 acres, constituting one third of the estate; 1 May 1856

252†† jury of inquest in death of stranger drowned; 23 Mar 1856

252†† W. C. Weaks, William R. Penix, Nathan Brandon, administratorís bond for Martha E. Gatlin; 5 May 1856

253†† Andrew Irwin, W. B. Cherry, Benjamin Sooter, administratorís bond for David Irwin; 5 May 1856

254††††† William S. Colson, N. C. Parrish, James S. Ralls, administratorís bond for George E. Colson; 2 Jun 1856

255††††† William S. Colson, N. C. Parrish, James S. Ralls, administratorís bond for William K. Colson; 2 Jun 1856

256††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 1

256††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 2; paid teachers Thomas Williams, M. J. Wyatt, W. J. Atkins, W. P. Dawson, M. D. Williams

256††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 3; paid teachers W. E. Hester, A. B. Ross

256††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 4; paid teachers Dennis Hargis, W. R. Williams

257††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 5; paid teachers Thomas O. Webb, E. J. Ragan, Edmond Adkins, Richard Rushing, W. P. Nichols

257††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 6; paid teachers Willie Bird, W. C. Bradford

257††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 7; paid teachers G. W. Daniel, J. N. Daugherty, W. C. Scarborough, W. C. Settle, C. M. Hooks

257††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 8; paid teachers D. C. Miles, Thomas H. Stewart, A. R. Williams, R. M. Knight, W. C. Shaw

258††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 9; paid teachers J. H. Scarborough, W. C. Scarborough, Wagner

258††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 10; paid teachers J. H. Scarborough, R. D. Beck, F. A. Hardison

258††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 11; paid teachers W. J. Tomlinson, J. A. Daniel, C. J. Holmes

259††††† account current with William Ellis, trustee of common school money for District 12; paid teachers William H. Wyatt, H. K. Blanks

259†† jury of inquest in death of Negro man found drowned at the mouth of South Cross Creek; 26 Apr 1856

259††††† inventory of the estate of William Fuqua by administrator C. D. Fuqua; June term 1856

260†† E. G. Sexton, E. Dawson, E. J. Boyd, justice of the peace bond for District 10; 2 Jun 1856

260††††† receipt from S. C. Lee to S. L Gentry, administrator of John Lee, for money obtained in a judgment against John M. Lee, Morgan Lee, R. M. Lee, C. W. Lee, J. M. Whitehurst; 3 Apr 1856

260††††† receipt from W. R. Moore to S. L. Gentry, administrator of John Lee, for his share of the estate; 21 May 1856

260††††† request from Sarah Lee to S. L. Gentry to settle with J. M. Whitehurst for her part of the judgment against the heirs; test:Morgan Lee; 3 Apr 1856

261††††† inventory of the estate of William H. Coleman by administrator R. S. Coleman; 2 Jun 1856

261††††† inventory of the estate of Jesse Edwards by administrator H. Edwards; 1 Jun 1856

261††††† receipt from H. H. Edwards, guardian for the heirs of Jesse Edwards, to H. Edwards, administrator; 8 Apr 1856

261†† sale of the estate of William Verhains by administratrix Mary Verhains

262†† report of William Ellis, trustee of common school money, for taxes raised for 1855; June term 1856

262†† sale of the estate of William Fuqua by administrator C. D. Fuqua; buyers include T. J. Fuqua, John Fuqua; June term 1856

263†† sale of the estate of William Alsup by administrator Joseph Alsup; buyers include Joseph Alsup, widow, William Alsup, David Alsup

266††††† settlement with Mary Verhains, administrator of William Verhains; 2 Jun 1856

266††††† settlement with Henry Edwards, administrator of Jesse Edwards; 26 May 1856

267††††† settlement with George W. Sexton, administrator of Nancy Sexton; 7 May 1856

268††††† settlement with Samuel L. Gentry, administrator of John Lee; 21 May 1856

268†† W. W. Roberts, Z. T. Shemwell, ferry bond across Cumberland River; 7 Jul 1856

269†† Andrew G. Holliday, Alexander Holliday, James W. Robertson, Samuel Graham, administratorís bond for Alexander Holliday; 8 Jul 1856

270†† M. M. Vickers, Solomon Cormack, George W. Vickers, administratorís bond for Jacob Gossett; 7 Apr 1856

271†† Joseph Alsup, W. H. Daniel, Thomas B. Summers, administratorís bond for William Alsup; 7 Apr 1856

272†† F. A. Andrews, James M. Roberts, Jeremiah Radford, James Scarborough, Hamleton Settle, constable bond for District 7; 7 Jul 1856

272†† Thomas B. Summers, Jeremiah Mobley, Elisha Dawson, W. L. Dunbar, Allen J. Shemwell, collectorís bond for collecting taxes to build a jail; 8 Jul 1856

273†† sale of the estate of H. T. Bogard; buyers include Robert Dinkins, Stephen Bogard, A. Bagwell, W. J. Bogard; July term 1856

274†† sale of the estate of William K. Colson; buyers include W. S. Colson; July term 1856

276†† sale of the estate of George E. Colson; buyers include W. S. Colson; July term 1856

277†† sale of the estate of Martha Gatlin by administrator W. C. Weaks on 27 May 1856

280††††† receipt from James L. Dunbar to W. L. Dunbar, former guardian of Miles H. Dunbar and T. B. Dunbar, for monies due them from the estates of their father and their grandfather William Dunbar; 17 Dec 1855

280††††† receipt from J. B. Crockerell, guardian for Lucinda Oneal, Martha Oneal, Eliza Oneal (infant heirs of John Oneal) to John A. Glasgow, administrator of John Oneal; 10 Jun 1856

281††††† receipt from F. D. Bailey and E. J. Bailey to W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money received from the estate; 2 May 1856

281††††† receipt from Samuel A. Fraser to W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money received from the estate; 25 Apr 1856

281††††† receipt from Daniel J. Fraser to W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money received from the estate; 25 Apr 1856

281††††† receipt from William Perkins and Susan A. Y. Perkins to W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money received from the estate; 4 Jul 1856

281†† John Crisp, R. T. Daniel, indenture bond for John Word, age 6 years 5 months; 4 Aug 1856

283†† sale of the estate of David Irwin by administrator A. Irwin; Aug. term 1856

283†† jury of inquest in death of stranger presumed drowned in Cumberland River; 26 Jul 1856

284†† Ransom Dudley, Thomas B. Brigham, David O. Askew, administratorís bond for Mary Brigham; 4 Aug 1856

284††††† inventory of the estate of Sallie Tubbs; Sept. term 1856

285††††† William Wallace, Evans Wallace, William Kelly, administratorís bond for Littleberry Clark; 1 Sep 1856

285†† Henry E. Cherry records ear mark of stock; Oct. term 1856

286†† yearís provisions for Jane Alsup, widow of William Alsup; 19 Apr 1856

286†† W. W. Anglin, J. C. Wooten, J. J. Gaston, refunding bond to A. J. Fraser, administrator of Sarah Edwards; Anglin has received his wifeís share of the estate; 14 Mar 1856

286†† John Long, William Hester, Joseph Edwards, refunding bond to A. J. Fraser, administrator of Sarah Edwards; Long has received his wifeís share of the estate; 1 Feb 1856

287†† Isaac Mobley, W. W. Anglin, F. E. Mabry, refunding bond to A. J. Fraser, administrator of Sarah Edwards; Mobley has received his wifeís share of the estate; 20 Oct 1855

287†† Thomas G. Norvell, C. W. Ransom, W. W. Anglin, refunding bond to A. J. Fraser, administrator of Sarah Edwards; Norvell has received his wifeís share of the estate; 14 Dec 1855

287†† Martha M. Edwards, W. W. Anglin, Elizabeth H. Ransom, refunding bond to A. J. Fraser, administrator of Sarah Edwards; Edwards has received her share of the estate; 11 Mar 1856

288†† jury of inquest in death of stranger found drowned in Cumberland River near the mouth of South Cross Creek; 20 Jul 1856

288†† jury of inquest in 13 Apr 1856 death of Eleck King, who was killed by David Cruis

288†† jury of inquest in 5 Jun 1856 death of Alfred B. Norris at the residence of J. N. Swoor; Norris was shot by Mrs. Elizabeth Norris

289†† Howell J. Hicks, Peter W. Hicks, A. J. Shemwell, administratorís bond for John W. Hicks; 6 Oct 1856

290†† M. M. Vickers, J. C. Cook, James Lee Jr., justice of the peace bond for District 11; 6 Oct 1856

290†† West H. Daniel, H. H. Trinkle, A. C. Cook, Andrew Irwin, constable bond for District 12; 6 Oct 1856

291†† will of Joseph Hardison:wife Eliza Hardison, son Silas Allen Hardison, daughter Louisa Frances Hardison, son Thomas Marshal Hardison, daughter Juliann Hardison, daughter Lucinda Maria Hardison; mentions money due his former wife Africa and children Silas and Louisa from the estate of Africaís father Silas Woolard, deceased, of Maury (now Marshall) County; executor is Elbert J. Garret; wit:W. H. Plant, John W. Plant; written 17 Sep 1849, proven Oct. term 1856

291††††† additional inventory of the estate of Spotswood Wilkinson; Oct. term 1856

291††††† additional inventory of the estate of Drewry Bird by administrator J. H. Rainwater

292††††† settlement with Nehemiah Cherry, administrator of Merina Cherry; 12 Sep 1856

292††††† inventory of the estate of John W. Hicks by administrator H. J. Hicks; 6 Oct 1856

293†† J. M. Scarborough, judge of the County Court, indentures Thomas Knight, age 14, to W. H. A. Pugh; 3 Nov 1856

293†† W. H. A. Pugh, A. B. Ross, indenture bond for Thomas Knight; 3 Nov 1856

294†† J. M. Scarborough, judge of the County Court, indentures children of color Daniel Brown, age 4, William, age 3, and Manda, age 5, to S. W. Martin; 1 Dec 1856

294†† S. W. Martin, O. P. Thompson, indenture bond for Daniel Brown, William and Manda; 1 Dec 1856

295†† J. T. Nolin, William Broaddus, Wesley Brandon, administratorís bond for P. B. Nolin; 3 Nov 1856

296††††† settlement with Mrs. Mary Wilkinson, administrator of Spotswood Wilkinson; 4 Oct 1856

297††††† settlement with John A. Lisenby, administrator of William Cross; 15 Nov 1856

298††††† settlement with John H. Rainwater, administrator of Drewry Bird; 12 Nov 1856

299††††† settlement with Elijah Dawson, administrator of Solomon Suit; 27 Aug 1856

299††††† receipt from James Wallace, administrator of Vinson Page, for money received from the sale of a tract of land from the estate; 29 Jun 1857

300††††† additional settlement with H. Milton Atkins, executor of William Williams; Dec term 1856

301††††† settlement with Willie Downs, administrator of Thomas Downs; 22 Nov 1856

302†† Abram Phillips, Samuel Wofford, T. W. Dennis, John Ethridge, administratorís bond for Abram Phillips Sr.; 1 Dec 1856

303†† Joseph Satterfield, J. W. Smith, S. L. Gentry, administratorís bond for Cyntha Runyan; 1 Dec 1856

304†† Thomas B. Summers, D. O. Askew, Jeremiah Mobley, James Wilson, Andrew Irwin, Norman McKinnon, Z. T. Shemwell, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1857; 6 Apr 1857

304†† Peter T. Wofford, H. J. Scarborough, George W. Bufford, administratorís bond for William W. Scarborough; 6 Jan 1856

305†† Judson Horn, U. D. Tomlinson, W. C. Weaks, N. Brandon, administratorís bond debonus non for Samuel W. Kelly; 7 Jan 1857

306†† W. C. Melton, Henry Jackson, Robert Jackson, administratorís bond for Lewis Downs; 7 Jan 1857

307†† Lewis Herndon, Willis Whitford, H. J. Scarborough, administratorís bond for Richard Burnes; 6 Jan 1857

308†† Nancy P. Anderson, T. E. Walker, bastardy bond; 6 Nov 1856

308†† Larkin Sexton, P. G. Sexton, B. Crockarell, ferry bond across Cumberland River; 5 Jan 1857

309††††† receipt from S. E. Wynns, guardian for Henry H. Wynns and W. G. Wynns, infant heirs of W. G. Wynns, to John E. Wynns & Benjamin Wynns, former guardians; Jan. term 1857

309††††† settlement with John W. Parker, administrator debonus non of John Parker; 20 Nov 1856

310††††† settlement with James Tompkins, administrator of Isaac Parker, who was the administrator of John Parker; Isaac Parker died before the expiration of his 2-year administratorís bond; 4 Feb 1854

312†† N. B. Williams, Willie Williams, Levi Williams, Reuben T. Williams, John W. Williams, William J. Rushing, receipt from John W. Parker, administrator debonus non of John Parker, for their distributive shares of the estate; 3 Jan 1857

313†† James M. Scarborough, judge of the County Court, indentures free boy of color Henry Brewer, age 3, to J. S. Ralls; 7 Jan 1857

313†† J. S. Ralls, Henry Jackson, indenture bond for Henry Brewer; 7 Jan 1857

314††††† settlement with John J. Tomlinson and J. F. Gentry, executors of Samuel W. Kelly; 30 Jan 1857

316††††† inventory of the estate of Caroline Sexton by administrator Willis Whitford; 10 Jan 1857

317††††† William B. Cherry, R. T. Daniel, Z. T. Shemwell, administratorís bond for William Aron; 2 Feb 1857

318††††† William Largent, John A. Daniel, Edmund D. Largent, administratorís bond for Andrew Martin; 2 Feb 1857

318†† James Campbell, John Hinson, Elijah Dawson, E. G. Sexton, constable bond for District 10; 2 Feb 1857

319†† will of Daniel Collins (written in MS):wife Henrietta Collins, young son Thomas F. Collins, son H. J. Collins, other children unnamed;test:N. S. Sawyer, Thomas Collins; written 30 Sep 1851, proven Feb. term 1857

319†† sale of the estate of Richard Burnes; buyers include James Burnes; Feb. term 1857

320†† yearís provisions for widow and children of Richard Burnes; mentions that two children are living with the widow and two are living with James Burnes; 8 Jan 1857

321†† Elijah Stalls, R. T. Daniel, Lewis Herndon, E. J. Boyd, Wade H. Cherry, administratorís bond for Patrick Grice; 2 Mar 1857

322††††† Henrietta Collins, Thomas Collins, Thomas J. Weaver, John H. Ragsdale, administratorís bond for the will annexed of Daniel Collins; 2 Mar 1857

323†† James Wofford, Eliza Butler, Peter T. Wofford, George Butler, administratorís bond for James H. Butler; 2 Mar 1857

324††††† Alexander Barr, William L. Dunbar, Edward W. Gillum, administratorís bond for Benjamin Mosely; 2 Mar 1857

325††††† settlement with William R. Penix, treasurer of Dover Male Academy; March term 1857

325††††† settlement with W. J. Hagler, administrator of Dilly Hagler; W. J. Hagler replaced Daniel P. Hagler as administrator, who had died prior to the expiration of his 2-year administratorís bond; 16 Feb 1857

326††††† settlement with Samuel R. Worden, administrator of Sallie Tubbs; 3 Mar 1857

327††††† settlement with Willis Whitford, administrator of Caroline Sexton; 10 Jan 1857

328††††† settlement with James S. Ralls, administrator of George Voucher; 18 Feb 1857

328††††† settlement with Mary Wall and William H. Blanton, administrators of John Wall (insolvent); March term 1857

331†† sale of the estate of James Butler; buyers include G. Butler, Mrs. Butler; March term 1857

333†† sale of the estate of H. B. Scarborough; buyers include Martha Scarborough, John Scarborough, March term 1857

338††††† additional inventory of the estate of Thomas Payne; March term 1857

338†† sale of the estate of Lewis Downs by administrator W. C. Melton; buyers include Willie Downs; March term 1857

339†† sale of the estate of Cyntha Runyan

343†† Samuel Parker, refunding bond to John W. Parker, administrator of John Parker; 9 Feb 1857

343†† Samuel Parker, attorney for Mary Parker (guardian for the minor heirs of Isaac Parker deceased), refunding bond to John W. Parker, administrator of John Parker; 9 Feb 1857

343†† Samuel Parker, receipt of $479.88 from John W. Parker, administrator of John Parker; 9 Feb 1857

343†† Mary Parker, receipt of $479.88 from John W. Parker, administrator of John Parker; 9 Feb 1857

344††††† receipt from T. F. Elliott, guardian to H. B. Stimpson and J. F. Stimpson, to George Brandon, administrator of James Stimpson, for money received from the estate; signed 3 Oct 1856 at Big Spring

344††††† receipt from R. B. Roberts and wife E. M. Roberts to George Brandon, administrator of James Stimpson, for money received from the estate; 12 Dec 1854

344††††† receipt from B. F. Fraser to W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money left to his servant Alex; 8 Apr 1856

344††††† receipt from John H. Kendrick to W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money left to his servant Betsey; 24 Apr 1856

344††††† receipt from Z. T. Shemwell to W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money left to his servant Peggy; 1 Jun 1856

344††††† receipt from Joseph Tarry to W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money left to his servant John; 1 Apr 1856

344††††† receipt by W. J. G. Baynham, surviving executor of Samuel Elam, for money left to his servant George; 6 May 1856

345††††† Rebecca Cherry, R. T. Daniel, W. B. Cherry, administratorís bond for Daniel Cherry; 6 Apr 1857

346†† Elisha Kelly, Henry Jackson, T. W. Dennis, administratorís bond for Samuel Cunningham; 7 Apr 1857

347†† James Lee Jr., James W. Robertson, James S. Ralls, administratorís bond for S. S. Shoemaker; 7 Apr 1857

348†† Thomas B. Summers, James A. Cook, W. B. Cherry, administratorís bond for H. M. Wynns; 6 Apr 1857

349††††† Barnett Crockarell, Benjamin Sooter, W. C. Weaks, administratorís bond for Jefferson C. Smith; 7 Apr 1857

350†† will of James M. Brigham:wife Ann Brigham; wants to be buried with his parents and children in the ďold orchard on the hillĒ; executor is neighbor Thomas B. Summers; wit:James Wilson, D. O. Askew, T. J. Wilson; written 29 Jan 1857

351†† will of Samuel Cunningham:wife Sarah Cunningham, heirs of Elisha Kelly; executor is A. J. Shemwell; wit:W. C. Weaks, J. J. Tomlinson; written 19 Sep 1856

351†† N. A. Terry, Nath. D. Terry, L. D. Hargis, ferry bond for the lower ferry at Dover; 6 Apr 1857

352†† will of Daniel Cherry:sons A. G. Cherry and Yeatman W. Cherry (get land at mouth of Dry Branch of Saline Creek, adjoining lands of Etheldred Wallace), son George W. B. M. Cherry (gets rest of land including dwelling house), son Daniel B. Cherryís wife Margaret and children James and Mary Cherry, daughter Harriet Frezzell, daughter Elizabeth Hinson, daughter Mary (Polly) A. Cherry, daughter Minerva Wallace, daughter Lyda Clark, daughter Manda Clark, daughter Caroline Williams, daughter Averilly Wallace, daughter Margaret Cherry, wife Rebecca Cherry; wit:Robert George, J. B. George; written 20 May 1854, proven April term 1857

353†† sale of the estate of Patrick Grice; buyers include Mrs. Grice, James Grice; 21 Mar 1857

356†† B. Rowlett, Z. T. Shemwell, Isaac Williams, justice of the peace bond for District 8; 6 Apr 1857

356††††† receipt from W. H. Ellis, guardian for the heirs of Cornelius Johnson, for money from the sale of a Negro of the estate; 9 Mar 1857

356††††† receipt from R. T. Daniel, guardian for W. H. Sexton and Margaret Sexton, minor heirs of Anderson Sexton, for money from the sale of land from the estate; 18 Nov 1856

356††††† settlement with , administrator of E. A. Outlaw

357†† jury of inquest in drowning death of stranger found 30 Mar 1857 on the south bank of Cumberland River

357†† jury of inquest in drowning death of stranger found in Cumberland River near Tobaccoport on 28 Feb 1857

357†† yearís provisions for the widow of Patrick Grice; 16 Mar 1857

358†† Thomas B. Summers, Jeremiah Mobley, Andrew Irwin, Norman McKinnon, Z. T. Shemwell, James Wilson, D. O. Askew, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1857; 6 Apr 1857

358†† jury of inquest in drowning death of stranger; 9 Mar 1857

359††††† settlement with John H. Outlaw, administrator of Eli A. Outlaw; 11 Mar 1857

360††††† settlement with Thomas B. Summers, administrator of W. S. Tomlinson; 11 Mar 1857

360††††† settlement with John P. Dunlap, administrator of William J. Hart (insolvent); April term 1857

365†† Barnet Crockarell, Joseph S. Sherrell, William Perkins, administratorís bond for Mariah Smith; 4 May 1857

366†† Barnet Crockarell, Joseph S. Sherrell, William Perkins, administratorís bond for Sally Smith; 4 May 1857

367††††† William Largent, R. T. Daniel, Lawrence Gaddy, administratorís bond for James Largent; 4 May 1857

368†† Barnet Crockarell, Joseph S. Sherrell, William Perkins, administratorís bond for Anna Smith; 4 May 1857

369††††† William Perkins, B. L. Tanner, Robert Stamper, administratorís bond for Cornelia C. Perkins; 4 May 1857

370††††† William S. Colson, James S. Ralls, James W. Robertson, administratorís bond for George E. Colson; 4 May 1857

371††††† William S. Colson, James S. Ralls, James W. Robertson, administratorís bond for W. K. Colson; 4 May 1857

372†† F. A. Andrews, John Hinson, James Scarborough, executorís bond for the will of James M. Roberts; 4 May 1857

373†† George Roberts, Andrew Irwin, James Pitt, administratorís bond for Reuben Roberts; 4 May 1857

374†† George W. Gatlin, Wesley Brandon, Nathan Brandon, James H. Weaks, administratorís bond for William Brandon; 4 May 1857

375†† Wesley Brandon, Nathan Brandon, Henry Jackson, administratorís bond for Sam H. Miles; 4 May 1857

376†† sale of the estate of H. M. Wynns by administrator Thomas B. Summers; buyers include Martha Wynns; 4 May 1857

377††††† inventory of the estate of S. S. Shoemaker by administrator James Lee Jr.

377†† sale of the estate of William Aron; buyers include William Aron, Nicy Aron; May term 1857

378†† sale of the estate of Mary Brigham; buyers include James Brigham, James M. Brigham

387†† sale of the estate of Andrew Martin by administrator William Largent; buyers include Mrs. Martin, G. W. Martin, Thomas Martin, Jane Martin, James Martin

389†† sale of the estate of Abram Phillips Sr. by A. Phillips; buyers include J. D. Phillips, A. Phillips, Charles Phillips, M. Phillips; May term 1857

391†† yearís provisions for the widow of Henry M. Wynns; 1 May 1857

392††††† settlement with John McMillan, administrator of Allen McCaskill; 5 May 1857

393†† J. M. Scarborough, judge of the County Court, indentures free girl of color Nancy C. Norris (age 6 on 6 Mar 1857) to James W. Brigham; 4 May 1857

393†† James W. Brigham, John L. McMillan, George Roberts, indenture bond for Nancy C. Norris; 4 May 1857

394†† will of James M. Roberts:wife Charlotte C. Roberts; executor is F. M. Andrews; test:Westly Andrews, James Scarborough, John W. Hagler, Edmond A. Hogan; written 23 Feb 1857, proven May term 1857

394††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 1; June term 1857

394††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 2; paid teachers H. Williams, Charles Horn, W. J. Atkins; June term 1857

395††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 3; paid teachers J. W. Elliott, T. C. Hewell; June term 1857

395††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 4; paid teachers E. Sallee, M. S. Ross; June term 1857

395††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 5; paid teacher John S. Smith; June term 1857

396††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 6; June term 1857

396††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 7; paid teachers C. M. Hooks, J. A. Daniel, Hansy Hardison, W. C. Scarborough, H. E. Ring; June term 1857

396††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 8; paid teachers D. C. Miles, John Willis, E. W. Humphreys, M. G. Fakes, R. M. Knight; June term 1857

397††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 9; paid teachers W. G. Abels, D. C. Miles, W. C. Scarborough; June term 1857

397††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 10; paid teachers P. J. G. V. Coleman, R. D. Daniel, E. J. Ragan; June term 1857

397††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 11; paid teachers J. A. Daniel, Robert Daniel; June term 1857

398††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 12; paid teachers D. McAuley, W. R. Langly, H. K. Blanks; June term 1857

398†† jury of inquest in 7 May 1857 death of William W. Smith; Smith was shot by G. S. Atkins; inquest reported that Atkins was justified

399††††† inventory of the estate of Daniel Collins by Henrietta Collins; June term 1857

400††††† inventory of the estate of Sam H. Miles taken at his late residence in District 4 on 5 May 1857 by administratrix Nancy Miles

401†† sale of the estate of Sam H. Miles; buyers include F. G. Miles, John Miles, E. Miles, D. C. Miles, widow, G. W. Miles

403†† yearís provisions for Nancy Miles, widow of Sam H. Miles; 21 May 1857

403†† yearís provisions for Abigail Brandon, widow of William Brandon; 23 May 1857

404†† sale of the estate of William Brandon by administrator G. W. Gatlin; buyers include Marsey Skinner, Abigail Brandon; June term 1857

405††††† settlement with William J. Folks, administrator of William Folks; 3 Jun 1857

406††††† inventory of the estate of William Brandon on 6 May 1857

407†† Judson Horn, W. L. Dunbar, U. D. Tomlinson, administratorís bond for William W. Smith; 1 Jun 1857

408†† sale of the estate of James Largent on 15 May 1857; buyers include William J. Largent, Sarah Largent

411†† O. P. Thompson, S. W. Martin, indenture bond for Elizabeth Keel, free girl of color aged 8 years 5 months; 1 Jun 1857

412††††† widowís dower for Sarah A. Colson, widow of George E. Colson:18 acres on Lick Creek and Cumberland River; 2 Jun 1857

412††††† inventory of the estate of Cornelia C. Perkins by administrator William Perkins; 1 Jun 1857

412†† Jesse Gilbert, James A. Frazier, bastardy bond for a 3-month-old daughter of Susan Smith and Jesse Gilbert (who was charged and convicted by the court as the father of her child); 7 Jul 1857

413†† Henry Andrews, E. G. Sexton, W. G. Wofford, administratorís bond for David Andrews; 6 Jul 1857

414†† Thomas B. Summers, Fredrick Gross, Anderson Irwin, William C. McGee, executorís bond for the will of James M. Brigham; 6 Jun 1857

415††††† inventory of the estate of W. W. Smith by administrator Judson Horn; July term 1857

415†† yearís provisions for Sarah E. Colson, widow of G. E. Colson; July term 1857

416†† sale of the estate of Samuel Cunningham on 18 Apr 1857 by administrator Elisha Kelly

417††††† inventory of the estate of David Andrews by administrator Henry Andrews; July term 1857

418†† Isaac Williams, Allen J. Shemwell, James S. Ralls, administratorís bond for Henry Blanton; 3 Aug 1857

419††††† settlement with A. J. Shemwell, administrator of C. E. Watson (insolvent); 10 Aug 1855

420†† James C. Cook, Irvin Bradley, O. P. Tompson, B. D. Bird, Allen Barnes, G. W. Hicks, constable bond for District 7; 7 Sep 1857

421†† A. B. Ross, N. Brandon, M. G. Scarborough, W. C. Weaks, J. H. Weaks, Judson Horn, administratorís bond for Reece Petty; 7 Sep 1857

421††††† additional sale of the estate of Daniel Cherry by administratrix Rebecca Cherry; buyer was Josiah Wallace; Sep. term 1857

422†† Judson Horn, James E. Rice, Thomas B. Bayliss, administratorís bond for S. W. Peacher; 7 Sep 1857

422††††† additional inventory of the estate of J. C. Bogard by administrator W. S. Bogard; Sept. term 1857

423†† Cullen P. Andrews, J. W. Parker, W. B. Cherry, administratorís bond for Anderson Andrews; 7 Sep 1857

424††††† settlement with Minerva E. T. Payne Barker, administratrix of Thomas Payne; 12 Feb 1857

424†† J. M. Scarborough, judge of the County Court, indentures James P. Gooden, age 10, to Joel Boyd; 7 Sep 1857

426†† J. M. Scarborough, judge of the County Court, indentures free boy of color Sandy Brewer, age 9 months, to Thomas H. Stewart; 5 Oct 1857

427†† jury of inquest in 15 Jul 1857 death of Benjamin Cumins, who accidentally fell from his own horse

427†† jury of inquest in 3 Aug 1857 death of slave man Spencer belonging to Winney Fletcher; no foul play

428†† sale of the estate of Anderson Andrews; buyers include William Hogan, C. P. Andrews, Cathrine Andrews, Parlie Andrews, Westly Andrews; Oct term 1857

428††††† inventory and sale of the estate of James M. Brigham by administrator Thomas B. Summers; 1 Oct 1857

429††††† receipt from Ann Brigham to Thomas B. Summers, executor of James M. Brigham, for property indicated by her husbandís will; 23 Jul 1857

429††††† settlement with N. T. Allman, administrator of Maxwell Coldwell (free man of color); 15 Oct 1857

429††††† settlement with William J. Hagler, administrator of Dilly Hagler; Nov. term 1857

430†† Elisha Dawson, Thomas B. Summers, W. B. Cherry, trusteeís bond for common school money; 2 Nov 1857

430††††† inventory and sale of the estate of B. F. Mosely on 1 Mar 1857

431†† will of Sarah Dunbar:daughter Elizabeth Allen, daughter Mary Bradford, Adaline Tellerington, son William Dunbar, daughter Ann Dunbar, son Samuel Dunbar, daughter Rhoda Dunbar, daughter Martha Dunbar, daughter Claricy Dunbar, daughter Sarah Dunbar; executors are children Ann and Samuel; wit:William Morris, Elijah Hall, Cullen Hall; written 26 July 1845; proven Nov. term 1857

432†† Elijah Lancaster, Isaac Williams, Allen J. Shemwell, administratorís bond for Ephram Lancaster; 2 Nov 1857

433†† J. M. Scarborough, judge of the County Court, indentures Nancy Burns, age 9, to Laban Parker; 2 Nov 1857

433††††† letters of administration to Edward S. Winn and Thomas B. Bayliss for the estate of Joel Bayliss, deceased intestate; 2 Nov 1857

434†† Edward S. Winn, Thomas B. Bayliss, W. R. Penix, John Hinson, W. B. Cherry, James W. Robertson, administratorís bond for Joel Bayliss; 2 Nov 1857

435††††† settlement with N. T. Allman, administrator of William Garrison (insolvent); 13 Mar 1857

436††††† settlement with Martha Scarborough, executrix of H. B. Scarborough; Martha Scarborough married William M. Cook on 24 Sep 1856; Dec. term 1857

438†† Samuel Dunbar, James A. Wilson, W. A. West, executorís bond for the will of Sarah Dunbar; 7 Dec 1857

438††††† William C. Hodges, E. J. Vincent, J. T. Bailey, ferry bond across Tennessee River at Pine Bluff; 7 Dec 1857

439††††† Rebecca Ann Daniel, H. C. Townzen, Thomas W. Fielding, A. T. Sexton, administratorís bond for Simon Daniel; 10 Dec 1857

440†† James S. Ralls, M. G. Scarborough, John L. Evans, administratorís bond debonus non for William K. Colson; 7 Dec 1857

440†† John Brown, H. S. Kimble, James E. Rice, administratorís bond for William OGwinn; 7 Dec 1857

441†† Samuel Lockhart, Henry Lockhart, E. S. Wynn, administratorís bond for Samuel Lockhart; 7 Dec 1857

442†† Robert Walker, W. L. Dunbar, J. M. Keel, administratorís bond for Thomas Walker; 7 Dec 1857

443†† W. C. Jones, A. J. Shemwell, Z. T. Shemwell, executorís bond for the will of Mary Brigham; 7 Dec 1857

444†† will of Mary Brigham:Lucy Spiceland (raised from infancy by Brigham), grandson Thomas H. Sanders, grandson James Dallas Bailey, grandson Marion McDonal Bailey, daughter Louisa Byrd, daughter Polly Bailey (wife of William Bailey); executor is friend W. C. Jones; test:F. W. Marberry, D. C. Miles, Austin Wilkerson; written 4 Aug 1857, proven Dec. term 1857

445†† yearís provisions for widow of Ephram Lancaster; 7 Nov 1857

445†† sale of the estate of Ephram Lancaster by administrator Elijah Lancaster; buyers include Rebecca Lancaster, Robert Lancaster, W. W. Lancaster; Dec. term 1857

446†† sale of the estate of Henry Blanton; buyers include widow; Dec. term 1857

446†† yearís provisions for widow of Henry Blanton; 22 Aug 1857

447††††† settlement with Andrew Irwin, administrator of David Irwin (insolvent); Dec. term 1857

448†† yearís provisions for Susan A. Bayliss, widow of Joel Bayliss; 7 Dec 1857

449†† George W. Lewis, W. B. Cherry, W. L. Dunbar, Samuel Dunbar, John A. Lisenby, D. J. Lewis, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1858; 5 Apr 1858

450†† J. W. Parker, J. M. Scarborough, James E. Rice, administratorís bond for Margaret Sexton; 5 Jan 1858

450††††† William H. Williams, Clary Williams, Henry Jackson, A. R. Williams, Wesley Brandon, executorís bond for the will of Elisha Williams; 6 Jan 1858

451†† James Woods Jr., Judson Horn, U. D. Tomlinson, administratorís bond for James W. Robertson; 5 Jan 1858

452††††† Benjamin Johnson, William Stone, E. T. Bogard, administratorís bond for Sarah Johnson; 4 Jan 1858

453†† James S. Ralls, Elijah D. Earheart, David Earheart, Joseph Satterfield, Henry Jackson, L. D. Hargis, administratorís bond for William S. Colson; 5 Jan 1858

454†† J. W. Parker, R. T. Daniel, Joseph Daniel, R. C. Daniel, administratorís bond for David Daniel; 5 Jan 1858

454†† Irvin Bradley, C. E. Hornberger, Drewry Bradley, J. R. McCampbell, administratorís bond for William Bradley; 4 Jan 1858

455†† James S. Ralls, James W. Smith, Thomas B. Bayliss, administratorís bond debonus non for George E. Colson; 6 Jan 1858

456†† will of Elisha Williams:daughter Clary Williams, daughter Ann Williams, daughter Etna Williams, son John C. Williams, son Elisha W. Williams, son William Williams, daughter Harley E. Williams;test:W. Brandon, A. R. Williams;written 14 Oct 1857, proven Jan. term 1858

457††††† letters of administration to William Williams and Clary Williams to execute the will of Elisha Williams; 6 Jan 1858

458††††† letters of administration to James Woods Jr. for the estate of James W. Robertson, deceased intestate; 5 Jan 1858

458††††† letters of administration to James S. Ralls for the estate of George E. Colson, deceased intestate; 6 Jan 1858

458††††† letters of administration to John W. Parker for the estate of Margaret Sexton, deceased intestate; 5 Jan 1858

459††††† letters of administration to Irwin Bradley for the estate of William Bradley, deceased intestate; 4 Jan 1858

459††††† letters of administration to James S. Ralls for the estate of William S. Colson, deceased intestate; 5 Jan 1858

459††††† letters of administration to John W. Parker for the estate of David Daniel, deceased intestate; 5 Jan 1858

460†† Joseph B. Stone records ear mark of stock; Jan. term 1858

460††††† widowís dower (100 acres on Tennessee River) set aside for Polly Martin, widow of Andrew Martin, and rest of lands of the estate (260 acres) divided among heirs George Martin, Martha Jane Martin, Thomas Martin, Polina Stavely and husband Uriah, and Andrew Jackson Martin; land borders that of Harrison Williams; 29 Nov 1857

462††††† settlement with William C. Rutland, administrator of B. H. Sanders (insolvent); 22 Nov 1856

464††††† settlement with Mrs. Rebecca Cherry, executrix of Daniel Cherry; 31 Dec 1857

465††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Simon Daniel by administrator R. A. Daniel; buyers include James Daniel, Rebecca Daniel, R. T. Daniel, B. C. Daniel

467†† W. P. Bruton Jr., partner in Scarborough & Bruton, tipplerís oath; 3 Dec 1857

468†† M. G. Scarborough, partner in Scarborough & Bruton, tipplerís oath; 30 Dec 1857

468†† D. J. Smith, agent of F. P. Gray, tipplerís oath; 4 Jan 1858

469†† F. P. Gray, tipplerís oath; 4 Jan 1858

469†† T. J. Reynolds, tipplerís oath; Jan 1858

470†† George Brandon, tipplerís oath; Jan 1858

470†† W. P. Horn, agent of F. P. Gray, tipplerís oath; Jan 1858

470†† M. M. Marshall, W. A. West, Samuel Stacker, W. H. Cherry, ferry bond across Cumberland River at Dover; 5 Jan 1858

471††††† widowís dower for Nancy Rushing: 95 acres; 21 Jan 1858

472†† Calvin Brewer, tipplerís oath; 22 Jan 1858

472†† S. S. Ingram, James A. Frazier, R. T. Daniel, administratorís bond for Lucy Burns; 1 Feb 1858

473†† sale of the estate of David Daniel by administrator J. W. Parker; buyers include R. T. Daniel, Mrs. R. A. Daniel, R. C. Daniel

474††††† settlement with R. A. Davis, administrator of Gabriel Davis; 30 Jan 1858

475††††† widowís dower for Elizabeth Watson from the lands of C. E. Watson:house lot as well as 15 acres on Cumberland River; 22 Jan 1858

475††††† receipt from George Ann Francis and W. G. Francis for sale of the estate of Neal Johnson; 6 Jan 1857

476††††† inventory of the estate of Elisha Williams by executors W. H. Williams and Clary Williams; 7 Jan 1858

477†† yearís provisions for Rebecca Ann Daniel, widow of Simon Daniel; 22 Dec 1857

478††††† settlement with William L. Dunbar, administrator of John Gillum

480††††† Kenneth McCaskill, German Jackson, Thomas Wilson, administratorís bond for James Wilson; 1 Mar 1858

481††††† Lawrence Gaddy, William Largent, Kenneth McCaskill, administratorís bond for John Jones; 1 Mar 1858

482††††† widowís dower for Elizabeth Grice, widow of Patrick Grice:80 acres on Panther Creek; 3 Feb 1858

483††††† widowís dower for Rebecca Daniel, widow of Simon Daniel:80 acres near Clarksville road, adjoining lands of Willie Barret; 23 Mar 1858

483†† sale of the estate of Sarah Johnson

485††††† William Cook, E. S. Winn, F. P. Gray, M. G. Scarborough, county court clerkís bond; 4 Oct 1858

485††††† receipt from W. J. Bogard, administrator of Joseph C. Bogard, for sale of Negro girl Martha from the estate; 22 May 1858

485††††† receipt from A. J. Shemwell for money received from the sale of land of the estate of C. E. Watson; 5 May 1858

486†† sale of the estate of James W. Robertson

487††††† William Cook, F. P. Gray, Isaac Williams, M. G. Scarborough, E. S. Winn, J. W. Parker, county court clerkís bond; 5 Apr 1858

488†† George W. Lewis, W. B. Cherry, W. L. Dunbar, Samuel Dunbar, John A. Lisenby, D. J. Lewis, collectorís bond for state and county taxes for 1858; 5 Apr 1858

488†† Samuel W. Puckett, F. P. Gray, Elijah Dawson, John W. Parker, registerís bond; 5 Apr 1858

489†† Elisha Dawson, John McClish, W. P. Dawson, E. G. Sexton, trusteeís bond for common school money; 5 Apr 1858

490†† Edward T. Bogard, W. J. Bogard, William Stone, W. L. Dunbar, sheriffís bond; 5 Apr 1858

491††††† Marshall Rollins, R. T. Daniel, John W. Parker, James E. Rice, coronerís bond; 5 Apr 1858

491†† Elisha Dawson, Elijah Dawson, John McClish, Joel Boyd, W. P. Dawson, E. G. Sexton, trusteeís bond; 5 Apr 1858

492†† W. C. McGee, R. T. Daniel, J. E. Rice, G. W. Grove, Henry Jackson, rangerís bond; 5 Apr 1858

493†† Cullen Hall, Samuel Dunbar, William Brinton, W. L. Dunbar, constable bond for District 1; 5 Apr 1858

493†† W. H. Cherry, W. James Vickers, William J. Vickers, constable bond for District 2; 5 Apr 1858

494†† John A. Lisenby, E. T. Bogard, M. L. Killebrew, W. J. Vickers, M. Norfleet, constable bond for District 3; 5 Apr 1858

494†† Evans Wallace, A. B. Ross, William Kelly, L. D. Hargis, constable bond for District 4; 5 Apr 1858

495†† James Breeden, N. T. Allman, John L. McMillan, J. B. Clark, constable bond for District 5; 5 Apr 1858

495††††† Benjamin Sooter, James Woods Jr., William Hart, John L. McMillan, constable bond for District 6; 5 Apr 1858

496†† O. P. Thompson, Andrew Conly, B. Crockarell, Andrew Irwin, Thomas H. Stewart, constable bond for District 7; 5 Apr 1858

496†† Elisha Kelly, James Kelly, A. J. Shemwell, constable bond for District 7; 5 Apr 1858

497†† J. J. Parker, B. Rowlett, A. B. Acree, Joshua Spiceland, constable bond for District 8; 5 Apr 1858

497†† F. P. McClanahan, Henry Jackson, A. Phillips, T. W. Dennis, constable bond for District 8; 5 Apr 1858

498†† C. P. Andrews, Elijah Dawson, E. G. Sexton, James Wofford, constable bond for District 10; 5 Apr 1858

498†† Abner Johnson, Judson Horn, L. D. Hargis, John T. Bailey, William Bell, B. Rowlett, constable bond for District 11; 5 Apr 1858

499†† W. H. Daniel, Andrew Irwin, John L. McMillan, B. McIntosh, S. T. Allen, constable bond for District 12; 5 Apr 1858

499†† Noah McGregor, W. J. Vickers, M. D. Norfleet, justice of the peace bond for District 1; 5 Apr 1858

500†† W. J. Vickers, E. T. Bogard, M. D. Norfleet, William Bell, Thomas B. Summers, justice of the peace bond for District 2; 5 Apr 1858

500†† M. D. Norfleet, John A. Lisenby, W. J. Vickers, Henry Jackson, T. B. Summers, justice of the peace bond for District 2; 5 Apr 1858

501†† L. D. Hargis, Henry Jackson, M. D. Norfleet, justice of the peace bond for District 4; 5 Apr 1858

501†† Henry Jackson, M. D. Norfleet, L. D. Hargis, justice of the peace bond for District 4; 5 Apr 1858

502†† J. L. McMillan, W. H. Daniel, Clay Roberts, justice of the peace bond for District 5; 5 Apr 1858

502†† James Woods Jr., John L. McMillan, W. J. Vickers, justice of the peace bond for District 6; 5 Apr 1858

503†† J. W. Parker, Judson Horn, W. C. McGee, justice of the peace bond; 5 Apr 1858

503†† Judson Horn, Nathan Brandon, justice of the peace bond for District 7; 5 Apr 1858

504††††† William C. McGee, J. W. Parker, William Sikes, justice of the peace bond for District 7; 5 Apr 1858

504†† Thomas H. Stewart, Abram Phillips, Thomas W. Dennis, justice of the peace bond for District 8; 5 Apr 1858

505†† A. Phillips, William Sikes, William C. McGee, justice of the peace bond for District 9; 5 Apr 1858

505††††† William Bell, J. W. Parker, W. C. McGee, justice of the peace bond for District 10; 5 Apr 1858

506†† Andrew Irwin, W. H. Daniel, J. L. McMillan, justice of the peace bond for District 12; 5 Apr 1858

506††††† settlement with Henry Andrews, administrator of David Andrews; 23 Mar 1858

507††††† settlement with William Largent, surviving administrator of William Largent; 1 Mar 1858

507†† jury of inquest in drowning death of unknown man found in the river at Dover

508†† sale of the estate of William Bradley by administrator Irwin Bradley

508††††† widowís provisions for Mary Lockhart, widow of Samuel Lockhart; 18 Dec 1857

509†† sale of the estate of Samuel Lockhart; buyers include H. Lockhart, widow; April term 1858

513†† year's provisions for Margaret Robertson, widow of James W. Robertson; 15 Feb 1858

513†† J. N. Fielding, tipplerís oath; 23 Feb 1858

514†† C. C. King, tipplerís oath; 25 Feb 1858

514†† G. W. Bufford, tipplerís oath; 19 Feb 1858

514†† E. P. Lemaster, tipplerís oath; 19 Feb 1858

515†† B. Crockarell and Thomas Banks testify that Elvira Brown, age 22, is a free born woman of color; 5 Apr 1858

516††††† receipt from Williamson Williams for the sale of land of the estate of Anderson Sexton; 27 Oct 1857

516††††† receipt from R. T. Daniel, guardian for W. H. Sexton and M. T. Sextion, heirs of Anderson Sexton; 27 Oct 1857

516†† will of William L. Fielding:heirs unnamed; executors are T. W. Fielding Sr., T. W. Fielding Jr.; test:S. B. Fielding, R. M. Manning; written 4 Mar 1858, proven April term 1858

517†† sale of the estate of Sarah Dunbar; buyers include Sarah Allen, Ann Dunbar, Samuel Dunbar, Adaline Dunbar, Elza Dunbar, Elizabeth Hall, W. L. Dunbar, Robert Stamper

520†† Thomas W. Fielding Sr., Thomas W. Fielding Jr., Thomas H. Stewart, T. W. Dennis, A. T. Sexton, E. G. Sexton, executorís bond for the will of William L. Fielding; 5 Apr 1858

521†† Sallie Shaw, W. C. Shaw Sr., W. C. Shaw Jr., administratorís bond for Zechariah Shaw; 5 Apr 1858

522†† James H. Gatlin, R. A. Stone, Nathan Brandon, executorís bond for Kindness Stone; 3 May 1858

522††††† letters of administration to J. H. Gatlin to execute the will of Kindness Stone; 3 May 1858

523†† Robert C. Rushing, John L. McMillan, William L. McAuley, administratorís bond for Mark Rushing; 3 May 1858

523††††† letters of administration to Robert C. Rushing for the estate of Mark Rushing, deceased intestate; 3 May 1858

524††††† settlement with W. C. Weaks, administrator of Martha E. Gatlin; 27 Apr 1858

524†† Judson Horn, chairman of the County Court, indentures free boy of color William Moorehead, age 4, to James W. Parchman; 3 May 1858

525†† James W. Parchman, William L. McAuley, S. T. Allen, indenture bond for William Moorehead; 3 May 1858

526†† will of Kindness Stone:daughters Mary Philips and Sophia C. Gatlin get land in Cannon Co., Tenn., other heirs are R. A. Stone, A. R. Stone, Sarah A. Word, Stephen K. Stone, Harriet Daniel; test:R. A. Stone; written 30 Apr 1856, proven May term 1858

526†† G. W. Stanfill, agent of S. T. Allen, tippling oath; 16 Apr 1858

526†† S. T. Allen, tippling oath; 16 Apr 1858

527†† sale of the estate of William S. Colson by administrator J. S. Ralls; May term 1858

528†† sale of the estate of James Wilson on 18 Mar 1858 by administrator K. McCaskill; buyers include widow, Thomas Wilson Sr., R. Wilson, D. C. Wilson, W. H. Wilson, S. A. Wilson, James C. Wilson; May term 1858

533†† yearís provisions for Nancy Wilson, widow of James Wilson; 26 Apr 1858

534†† jury of inquest in 25 Apr 1858 death of Lafayette Welch:at Cumberland Iron Works, Welch had asked Dr. J. W. Stout to remove a bullet from his chest; Welch insisted on being given chloroform, but reacted to it and apparently died from it

535†† yearís provisions for Sallie Shaw, widow of Zechariah Shaw; 12 Apr 1858

535††††† settlement with Joseph Alsup, administrator of William Alsup; 21 Apr 1858

536†† sale of the estate of Joel Bayliss

543††††† settlement with Joseph S. Sherrell, administrator of Hudson Parrish; 17 Apr 1858

544††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 1; paid teacher J. W. Dunbar; June term 1858

545††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 2; paid teachers J. A. Ragsdale, Miss M. E. Ragsdale, W. J. Atkins, C. C. Lee; June term 1858

545††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 3; paid teachers H. L. Wall, M. T. Hester, W. J. Atkins; June term 1858

545††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 4; paid teachers W. J. Bogard Jr., C. C. Lee; June term 1858

545††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 5; June term 1858

546††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 6; June term 1858

546††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 7; paid teachers Mrs. Mary J. Lemaster, W. C. Bird, H. E. Ring, W. C. Scarborough, E. C. Daniel, Miss H. E. Hamm, James Gately, H. A. Scarborough; June term 1858

546††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 8; paid teachers Shad Futrell, E. W. Humphries, R. M. Knight, D. C.Miles; June term 1858

546††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 9; paid teachers Miss E. W. Mizell, G. W. Boswell, J. H. Powell, M. E. Wofford; June term 1858

547††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 10; paid teacher G. M. Waggoner; June term 1858

547††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 11; paid teachers John Wiggins, John A. Daniel, S. J. Taylor, Miss E. W. Brigham; June term 1858

545††††† settlement with Elisha Dawson, trustee of common school money for District 12; paid teachers H. H. Blanks, Dennis Duff, Kenneth McCaskill, T. J. Wilson, T. W. L. Askew; June term 1858

547††††† inventory of the notes of the estate of Kindness Stone by administrator J. H. Gatlin

548††††† settlement with M. M. Vickers, administrator debonus non of Jacob Gossett; Vickers replaced administrator G. W. Cathey, who died after July 1854; 21 May 1858

549†† John A. Lisenby, Jonathan W. Elliott, W. C. Weaks, administratorís bond for the will annexed of Henry L. Wall; 7 Jun 1858

550†† sale of the estate of John Jones by administrator Lawrence Gaddy; buyers include James A. Jones, Thomas Jones, Harriet Wynns, John Jones, William A. Vickers

556††††† Charles L. Martin, agent of Scarborough & Bruton, tipplerís oath; 13 May 1858

556†† sale of the estate of Mark Rushing by administrator R. C. Rushing; buyers include A. J. Rushing, Nancy B. Rushing, R. C. Rushing, George Rushing

559††††† Appollas Cooper, Andrew Conley, James Kelly, Robert Jackson, constable bond for District 7; 5 Jul 1858

560†† W. R. Penix, W. C. Weaks, W. B. Cherry, trusteeís bond for Dover Academy; 5 Jul 1858

560††††† account current for Dover Academy with trustee W. R. Penix; July term 1858

560††††† settlement with N. T. Allman, administrator of John E. Allman; 3 Jul 1858

561†† B. F. Curtis, agent of J. M. Newberry, tipplerís oath