Stewart County Settlements and Bonds, Volume N(Sep. 1889 Ė June 1896)

 

extracted 2007 by Jim Long

 

 

1††††† inventory of notes and accounts of M. W. Tucker by administrator M. M. Tucker; 2 Sep 1889

2†† poor house commissionerís report for Aug. 1889 by H. Jackson & B. F. Dunlap; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, Daniel Peppers, John Daniel, William Boyt, John Barbee, George Elliott, Vick Newberry, Burney Newberry, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Nola Vickers, Allia Vickers, John McCauly

3†† will of L. M. Waggoner:heirs were Flora Sikes, Cecly Sikes, Arthur Sikes, Amie Sikes, Lelia Sikes; Wiley Waggoner is to provide schooling for Georgie Sikes, Hurbert Sikes; test:W. A. Daugherty, S. E. Daugherty; written 20 Nov 1888, proven Sep. term 1889

4††††† settlement with J. W. Parker, administrator of Ellen Parker; 30 Sep 1889

4††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of F. A. Roder; 9 Oct 1889

5†† poor house commissionerís report for Sept. 1889 by H. Jackson, B. F. Dunlap, J. L. Daugherty; residents were Ed Allen, James King, John Murphy, Daniel Peppers, John Daniel, William Boyt, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Vick Newberry, Burney Newberry, Rachel Melton, Nola Vickers, Allia Vickers

6†† poor house commissionerís report for the year ending 30 Sep 1889

7††††† inventory of the estate of Jesse Vinson by administrator W. J. Atkins; 29 Oct 1889

7††††† inventory of Coleman Quinnís minor heirs by guardian W. J. Atkins; 29 Oct 1889

7†† P. P. Fitzhugh, T. J. Brandon, G. W. McElroy, poor house overseerís bond; 7 Oct 1889

8†† sale of the estate of George Gansner; buyers included Cris Gansner, Robert Lane, M. J. Boyd, H. L. Hickman, Nick Gansner, Thomas Keeble, Thomas Crutcher, Frank Parker

9†† poor house commissionerís report for Oct. 1889 by H. Jackson, J. S. Rolls, J. L. Daugherty; residents were Ed Allen, James King, John Murphy, Daniel Peppers, William Boyt, J. S. Barbee, John Daniel, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Vick Newberry, Burney Newberry, Helen Vickers, Nolia Vickers, Rachel Melton

9†† sale and inventory of S. F. Sikes by administrator W. P. Sikes; buyers were John Helwick, W. P. Sikes, Jessie Sikes, J. W. Whitsett, Mrs. Meadows; Nov 1889

10†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, B. H. Dunbar, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, L. Herndon, W. C. Bradford, H. H. McGee, N. E. Brunson, county trusteeís bond; 7 Oct 1889

12†† poor house commissionerís report for Nov. 1889 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, John Daniel, John Barbee, William Boyt, Vick Newberry, Burney Newberry, Rachel Melton, Ellen Vickers, Nolia Vickers, James King, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Daniel Peppers, George Elliott

12††††† inventory and sale of P. P. Terrell by administrator John O. Hunt; buyers were William Chester, D. M. Johnson, P. P. Terrell Jr., Emanuel Jones, D. M. Smith, Elbert French, George Gibbs, J. M. Hogan

13†† G. W. Bufford, S. D. Scarborough, L. Herndon, J. W. Smith, R. Biggs, coronerís bond; 9 Dec 1889

13†† sale of the estate of Daniel Vinson by administrator R. H. Dilday; buyers included T. G. Askew, Alfred Downs, W. C. Flora, R. H. Dilday, Robert Shaw, James Herndon, William Sills, Wiley Outland, M. A. Sills, J. S. Barnes, John Knight, W. H. Futrell, Ruffus Downs, W. D. Downs, John Lyons, Mary Dilday, James Rushing, C. H. Downs, Unice Askew, W. T. Allen, Ross Outland, Alice Vinson, John Fuqua, Thomas Griffin, Robert Cook, Sid Barrow, George Barrow, Bill Sills, Robert Melton, Dr. Suddarth, E. C. Spiceland, Luther Edwards

17†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, B. H. Dunbar, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, L. Herndon, W. C. Bradford, H. H. McGee, N. E. Brunson, trusteeís bond; 7 Oct 1889

18†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, B. H. Dunbar, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, L. Herndon, W. C. Bradford, H. H. McGee, N. E. Brunson, school tax collectorís bond; 7 Oct 1889

20†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, B. H. Dunbar, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, L. Herndon, W. C. Bradford, H. H. McGee, N. E. Brunson, highway tax collectorís bond; 7 Oct 1889

21†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, B. H. Dunbar, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, L. Herndon, W. C. Bradford, H. H. McGee, N. E. Brunson, bond for the collection of small offenses; 7 Oct 1889

23††††† additional inventory of the estate of Daniel Vinson by administrator R. H. Dilday

23††††† inventory and sale of the estate of B. Edwards by administrator W. J. Atkins; buyers were W. J. Atkins, Jason Edwards, H. F. Keel, William Lath, W. H. Keel, J. W. Shelby, J. W. Ford, George Elliott, W. T. Wyatt, W. H. Wilson; 21 Dec 1889

23††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of B. Edwards; 28 Dec 1889

24††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of F. A. Roder; 14 Jan 1890

24††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of O. P. Thompson; payments to heirs Sidney Dunaway, Emily Christopher, B. L. Thompson; 14 Jan 1890

25†† poor house commissionerís report for Dec. 1889 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, William Boyt, John Barbee, Vick Newberry, Burney Newberry, Aller Vickers, Nolia Vickers, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Mary Mort, Mary Mortís baby

26†† jail commissioners report for the year 1889 by J. M. Allan, H. Jackson, G. W. Bufford

27†† county commissionerís report for the year 1889 by chairman R. S. Lemaster

33††††† revenue commissionersí report for the year 1889 by J. W. Stout, J. H. Weaks

34†† W. J. Atkins, J. C. Steger, W. A. West, T. H. Ezell, J. W. Stout, public administrator & public guardianís bond; 27 Jan 1890

35††††† settlement with S. J. Cherry, administrator of H. E. Cherry; S. J. Cherry is the sole heir, having purchased the interests of the other heirs; 29 Jan 1890

36†† J. T. Knott, S. J. Bumpus, J. E. Shemwell, N. D. D. Wallace, revenue collectorís bond; 3 Feb 1890

37†† poor house commissionerís report for Jan. 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, John Daniel, William Boyt, John Barbee, Vick Newberry, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Rachel Melton, Nolia Vickers, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Alleona Vickers

38†† C. L. Kinnaman, J. W. Taylor, J. Bass, B. H. Boswell, C. Gansner, revenue collectorís bond; 4 Dec 1889

39††††† settlement with T. G. Askew, guardian of J. F. Surrattís minor heirs; 14 Feb 1890

39††††† settlement with W. W. McGee, administrator of Thomas McGee; W. W. McGee is entitled to ľ interest in the estate as an heir; 21 Feb 1890

39†† W. A. McGee records ear mark of stock; 22 Feb 1890

40†† poor house commissionerís report for Feb. 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Daniel, John Murphy, John Barbee, William Boyt, James King, Vick Newberry, Barney Newberry, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

41†† poor house commissionerís report for the quarter ending 31 Mar 1890

41††††† inventory of the estate of J. R. Gillum by administrator B. L. Bibb; 15 Apr 1890

41††††† settlement with R. H. Dilday, administrator of Daniel Vinson; 19 Apr 1890

42†† poor house commissionerís report for Apr. 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, James King, John Murphy, John Barbee, John Daniel, William Boyt, George Elliott, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Vick Newberry, Barney Newberry

42††††† trusteeís report of the school fund for the year ending 31 Mar 1890

53††††† settlement with T. J. Brandon, administrator of N. E. Brandon; 27 May 1890

54†† poor house commissionerís report for May 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, John Barbee, John Daniel, William Boyt, George Elliott, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Rachel Melton, Alla Vickers, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

54†† sale of the estate of W. W. Carr on 19 Apr 1890 by administrator G. W. Carr; buyers were P. L. Tanner, T. P. Cox, R. Coleman, J. S. Dunn, L. R. Francis, Cassey Carr, J. T. Knight, Mr. Ross, Henry Samsil, G. W. Carr, Bud Robb, Bill Carr, L. N. Francis, J. M. Carr, L. Carr, Bell Carr, Jo Taylor, Milton Ross, L. Scott, Mrs. Bettie Ross, W. Ellis, John Pinner, John McCain, J. B. Nance, T. J. Weaver, Gary Brame

56†† poor house commissionerís report for June 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, James King, John Murphy, William Boyt, J. S. Barbee, John Daniel, George Elliott, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Alla Vickers

56†† poor house commissionerís report for the quarter ending 30 Jun 1890

57††††† inventory of the estate of J. E. Wallace by administrator S. C. Lee; payment to Lottie Wallace; 26 Jun 1890

57††††† settlement with W. P. Sikes, administrator of S. F. Sikes; 21 Jul 1890

57†† S. C. Lewis, J. C. Steger, W. A. West, public administrator & guardianís bond; 7 Jul 1890

58†† poor house commissionerís report for July 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Daniel, John Barbee, W. L. Boyett, George Elliott, John Murphy, James King, Rachel Melton, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Dolly Southwood, Alla Vickers, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

59††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of Will Smith; 2 Aug 1890

59††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of E. M. Crisp; 29 Jul 1890

59††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of Robert Bogard; 2 Aug 1890

60††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of Jesse Vinson; 21 Jul 1890

60††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of F. A. Roder; 21 Jul 1890

60††††† settlement with W. J. Atkins, administrator of Margaret Whitehurst; 29 Jul 1890

61††††† settlement with A. J. Gray, administrator of Rebecca Campbell; 25 Aug 1890

61†† poor house commissionerís report for Aug. 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, James King, John Murphy, John Daniel, John Barbee, William Boyt, George Elliott, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Rachel Melton, Alla Vickers, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

62†† W. C. Weaks, E. Dawson, J. H. Scarborough, P. T. Wofford, county registerís bond; 1 Sep 1890

63†† T. J. Brandon, W. M. Brandon, W. G. Moore, collectorís bond for the collection of small offenses; 1 Sep 1890

64†† S. B. Crain, I. S. Bayliss, W. M. Brandon, P. G. Sexton, constable bond for District 5; 1 Sep 1890

65†† J. M. Taylor, J. A. Cole, W. A. Carney, Cris Gansner, H. H. McGee, J. A. Parker, constable bond for Dist. 10; 1 Sep 1890

66†† D. P. McCoy, L. D. Hargis, W. C. Biggs, T. H. Ezell, constable bond for District 4; 1 Sep 1890

69†† sale of the estate of Elizabeth Hinson by administrator A. C. Ellis on 18 Jul 1890; buyers included Becky Mathis, Will Walker, James Hinson, Jack Hargis, J. W. Cherry, W. W. Wallace, W. E. Shelton, Bill Vick, S. D. Cherry, Theory Vick, Mrs. Foaler, Mrs. T. Vick, Y. W. Cherry, Rubin Anglin, Deze Hargis, Elie Foster, J. A. Foaler, Wyatt Hargis, R. C. Greenhill, Seth Ross, D. C. McGregor, W. N. Cherry, W. F. Ford, J. P. Nance, J. T. Reynolds, H. N. Cherry, Luther Edwards, C. M. Horn, V. F. Street, C. B. Cobb, Babe Stoneham, A. Heflin

72†† B. F. Dunlap, V. L. Bailey, J. H. Bailey, J. M. Miles, J. S. P. Wimberly, T. G. Askew, L. Herndon, constable bond for District 9; 1 Sep 1890

74†† E. G. Sexton, R. Biggs, J. A. Cole, Cris Gansner, H. H. McGee, J. W. Smith, J. A. Parker, county court clerkís bond; 1 Sep 1890

76†† A. C. Turner, A. M. Morgan, W. A. West, W. E. Reynolds, R. J. Varner, sheriffís bond; 1 Sep 1890

77†† G. W. McElroy, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, F. C. Gray, W. G. Wofford, W. C. Bradford, L. G. Beasley, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, collectorís bond for state taxes; 1 Sep 1890

78†† G. W. McElroy, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, F. C. Gray, W. G. Wofford, W. C. Bradford, L. G. Beasley, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, collectorís bond for county taxes; 1 Sep 1890

79†† E. G. Sexton, R. Biggs, J. A. Cole, Cris Gansner, H. H. McGee, J. W. Smith, J. A. Parker, collectorís bond for county taxes; 1 Sep 1890

80†† G. W. McElroy, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, F. C. Gray, W. G. Wofford, W. C. Bradford, L. G. Beasley, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, collectorís bond for school taxes; 1 Sep 1890

81†† G. W. McElroy, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, F. C. Gray, W. G. Wofford, W. C. Bradford, L. G. Beasley, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, collectorís bond for highway taxes; 1 Sep 1890

82†† G. W. McElroy, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, F. C. Gray, W. G. Wofford, W. C. Bradford, L. G. Beasley, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, collectorís bond for the collection of small offenses; 1 Sep 1890

84††††† inventory of the estate of J. M. T. Rolls by administrator Ike G. Waggoner; note on H. I. Cherry (deceased)

87†† James Gooden, J. W. Rowlett, T. S. Sikes, Willis Whitford, J. W. Whitford, J. A. Cole, G. W. McElroy, J. W. Stout, constable bond for District 7; 1 Sep 1890

89†† T. G. Askew, E. M. Miles, B. F. Dunlap, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

90†† J. A. Parker, G. M. Sizemore, H. A. Causey, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

91†† E. M. Miles, B. F. Dunlap, R. Biggs, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

92†† W. H. Biggs, T. J. Brandon, A. C. Turner, J. W. Rice, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

93†† R. S. Lemaster, J. W. Rice, F. B. Smith, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

94†† S. B. Woodson, N. G. Brandon, J. T. Knott, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

95†† J. H. Chadwick, W. F. Wright, T. J. Weaver, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

96†† H. A. Causey, J. A. Parker, J. W. Taylor, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

97†† T. J. Weaver, T. P. Kennada, R. Buhler, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

98†† R. E. Thomas, W. C. Bradford, A. G. Halliday, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

99†† A. G. Halliday, R. E. Thomas, W. C. Bradford, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

100†† W. F. Wright, J. A. Chadwick, T. J. Brandon, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

101†† D. D. P. Phillips, A. C. Turner, J. I. Tippit, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

102†† J. T. Reynolds, T. J. Weaver, W. J. Atkins; collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

103†† W. J. Atkins, T. J. Weaver, J. T. Reynolds, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

104†† W. C. Bradford, R. E. Thomas, A. G. Halliday, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

105†† J. L. Dougherty, P. P. Fitzhugh, E. M. Miles, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

106†† H. L. Watson, T. G. Askew, T. J. Weaver, collectorís bond; 6 Oct 1890

107†† poor house commissionerís report for Sep. 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Barbee, John Daniel, John Murphy, George Elliott, William Boyt, James King, Rachel Melton, Ella Vickers, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

109†† E. Kelly, J. L. Daugherty, R. N. Parker, John O. Smith, G. C. Robertson, T. J. Daugherty, W. G. Moore, constable bond for District 7; 1 Sep 1890

110†† J. J. Cook, N. P. Boyle, W. G. Knight, R. H. Dilday, constable bond for District 8; 1 Sep 1890

112†† R. J. Varner, W. A. West, W. E. Reynolds, A. C. Turner, William Varner, constable bond for District 1; 1 Sep 1890

113††††† inventory of the estate of J. E. Shemwell by administrator S. C. Lewis; 4 Oct 1890

113††††† inventory of the estate of C. P. McCoy by administrator A. C. Ellis; 2 notes on Robert L. McCoy; notes total $136.90; 1 Oct 1890

114††††† commissionerís report for the dower of the widow of J. E. Shemwell; 15 Sep 1890

114†† P. P. Fitzhugh, T. J. Brandon, G. W. McElroy, poor house overseerís bond; 11 Oct 1890

115††††† additional inventory of accounts due the estate of C. P. McCoy by administrator A. C. Ellis; $36.90 due the estate

115†† T. P. Kenneda, T. J. Weaver, D. P. Kenneda, R. Buhler, Fred Buhler, constable bond for District 3; 1 Sep 1890

117†† C. A. Wolf, Elijah Davis, H. A. Armstead, D. C. McGregor, I. H. Smith, W. D. Moore, J. M. Hogan, constable bond for District 2; 1 Sep 1890

119††††† inventory of T. J. Frith, former administrator of Sallie Vinson, reported by current administrator S. C. Lewis

119†† yearsí provisions for the widow of J. M. T. Rolls by commissioners G. W. Taylor & J. L. Coleman

120†† sale of the estate of J. M. T. Rolls by administrator I. G. Waggoner; buyer was Sarah Rolls; 16 Oct 1890

120†† poor house commissionerís report for Oct. 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, John Barbee (died Oct. 31), James King, W. L. Boyett, George Elliott, John Daniel, Frank Crawford, Rachel Melton, Alla Vickers, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

121†† will of R. B. Lisenby:wife Sarah H. Lisenby gets all property, including his 100-acre homeplace in District 3; wit:Ike H. Williams, J. A. Smith, J. T. Reynolds; written 4 May 1889, proven November term 1890

122†† L. Herndon, T. J. Brandon, S. B. Crain, collectorís bond; 5 Nov 1890

123††††† settlement with S. C. Lewis, administrator of Robert Bogard; 22 Nov 1890

123††††† settlement with W. P. Sikes, administrator of S. F. Sikes, who is one of the heirs; 29 Nov 1890

124†† poor house commissionerís report for Nov. 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, James King, John Murphy, George Elliott, Frank Crawford, W. L. Boyett, Ella Vickers, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman; Mary Mort & child said to have gone to Henry Co.; $3.00 collected for burying John Daniel

124†† S. D. Scarborough, J. M. Scarborough, P. T. Wofford, trust deed bond; 1 Dec 1890

125†† sale of the estate of N. C. Acree by administrator F. M. Acree; buyers were B. H. Stone, L. C. Dillon, J. W. Fuqua, W. H. Geurin, L. G. Acree, J. A. Ross, W. W. Wiggins, G. W. Geurin, L. J. Spiceland, C. E. Acree, J. N. Futrell, A. A. Acree

126††††† widowís provisions for the widow of N. C. Acree, Sr., by commissioners James A. Ross, H. C. Hutchinson, J. S. P. Wimberly; 15 Sep 1890

126††††† widowís provisions for the widow of J. S. Lewis by commissioners J. H. Brickhouse, W. G. Wilson, J. M. Lewis; 14 Oct 1890

127†† sale of the estate of W. T. Lewis; buyers included Maj. T. W. Lewis, B. H. Dunbar, T. M. Vickers, R. Steel, J. T. Stinson, C. D. Bruton, J. E. Slaughter, Joe Turner, Sam Jeffries, James Marable, W. R. Wilson, Ollie Lewis, J. D. Smoot, T. W. Lewis Jr., Sam Bellar, E. J. Marable, C. Slaughter, A. R. Morrow, J. B. Parchman

129†† sale of the estate of W. W. Carr by administrator G. W. Marr; buyers included Milton Ross, Bud Ross, Marshall Carr, Miss Bell Carr, Jesse Knight, Dick Howard, G. W. Carr, W. G. Carr, J. E. Carr, Rufus Coleman, Nay Taylor, Elbert Carr; 11 Dec 1890

130†† yearsí provisions for O. S. Lewis, widow of W. T. Lewis, by commissioners W. G. Wilson, W. R. Wilson, W. G. Moore; 16 Dec 1890

130†† poor house commissionerís report for Dec. 1890 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, W. L. Boyett, George Elliott, Rachel Melton, Ella Vickers, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Frank Crawford

131†† W. A. Downs, A. C. Turner, I. S. Bayliss, G. W. McElroy, ferry bond for the upper ferry at Dover; 9 Jan 1891

132†† C. A. Wall, E. Kelly, A. D. Crain, I. R. Wall, O. S. Stalls, J. W. Taylor, T. R. Martin, E. O. Cherry, S. C. Lee, ferry bond for the lower ferry at Dover; 9 Jan 1891

132†† J. J. Cook records ear mark of stock

133†† report by County Court Chairman R. S. Lemaster for the year 1890

137†† report by S. C. Lewis, administrator of the estate of Henry Carter, who reports nothing of the estate to administer, except for a few blacksmith tools, which by law belong to Kittie Carter, widow of Henry Carter; 17 Jan 1891

138†† report by S. C. Lewis, administrator of the estate of William Stalls, who reports nothing of the estate to administer, due to a judgment in favor of Smith & Coppedge; 17 Jan 1891

138†† sale of the estate of Jordan Fraser by adminstrator A. B. Fraser; buyers include George Ellis, Buck Kendrick, Brown Fraser, J. P. Nance, Joe Ellis, A. B. Fraser, George Kendrick, Layne Johnson, Loyd Johnson, William Tuck, Sallie Fraser, C. B. Fraser, Jim Cheatham, Thomas Fraser; 15 Dec 1890

139†† W. A. Downs, A. C. Turner, I. S. Bayliss, G. W. McElroy, ferry bond for the upper ferry at Dover; 9 Jan 1891

140†† C. A. Wall, E. Kelly, A. D. Crain, I. R. Wall, O. S. Stalls, J. W. Taylor, T. R. Martin, E. O. Cherry, S. C. Lee, ferry bond for the lower ferry at Dover; 9 Jan 1891

140†† poor house commissionerís report for Jan. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, W. L. Boyett, George Elliott, Ella Vickers, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

141††††† Cumberland Lands Limited & William Linsley, ferry bond for the ferry at Bear Spring; 30 Jan 1891

141†† will of J. Satterfield:all property goes to C. C. Satterfield, except for a watch that goes to Kate Winn Satterfield; $2 each goes to Robert, George, Samuel, James, Isaac, Florence & Blanche Satterfield; C. C. Satterfield to pay J. Satterfield $50 each year that he lives; written 14 Jan 1891

142††††† settlement with W. H. Trinkle, administrator of Mrs. M. V. Traylor; 23 Dec 1890

143†† will of Wilie B. H. Jones:wife Zilpah gets everything; executors are wife Zilpha and James A. Ross; wit:E. S. McElroy, F. A. Roder, M. J. Anderson, H. A. Jones, M. W. Blane, W. H. Ford; written 10 Oct 1866, proven Feb. term 1891

143†† will of Zilpah Jones:James A. Ross gets everything and is executor; C. N. Swindle gets the pictures of Wiley Jones and wife; wit:W. H. Ford, J. R. Rowlett; written 26 Jul 1890, proven Feb. term 1891

143†† J. B. Bagsby records ear mark of stock; 14 Feb 1891

144†† poor house commissionerís report for Feb. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, James King, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, George Elliott, Rachel Melton, Ella Vickers, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Mary Mort, Alice Mort

144††††† inventory of the estate of J. Satterfield by administrator C. C. Satterfield; 27 Feb 1891

145††††† settlement with N. C. Gansner, administrator of George Gansner; 31 Mar 1891

146†† poor house commissionerís report for Mar. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Ella Vickers, George Elliott, Mary Mort, Alice Mort, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

147†† sale of the estate of G. G. Griffin by administrator B. F. Edwards; buyers were M. J. Thweatt, Buck Griffin, George Manners, Bob Griffin, John Bibb, Mrs. Griffin, D. C. McGregor

147†† will of Addison Stacker:wife Martha Stacker gets the homeplace south of Cumberland City, purchased of R. E. Thomas; test:W. W. Patterson (Cumberland City), Mary C. Richards (St. Louis, MO), Fannie L. Evans (Cumberland City); written 27 Nov 1884, proven April term 1891

148††††† settlement with J. R. Rowlett, administrator of W. O. Rowlett; 25 Apr 1891

149†† annual settlement of school funds by trustee G. W. McElroy; 1 Apr 1891

162†† yearís provisions for the widow of N. Brandon by commissioners J. G. Robertson, A. G. Stalls, P. Nelums

162†† poor house commissionerís report for Apr. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, W. L. Boyett, Ella Vickers, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

163††††† settlement with F. M. Acree, administrator of N. C. Acree; 13 May 1891

164††††† inventory of the notes and accounts of the estate of N. Brandon by administrator T. J. Brandon

168†† sale of the estate of N. Brandon by administrator T. J. Brandon on 15 May 1891; buyers included Josie Brandon, J. M. Taylor Sr., W. M. Brandon, M. F. Brandon, J. W. Stout, A. C. Turner, J. R. Parrish, S. F. Morrow, A. G. Stalls, Sam Stalls, A. Heflin, E. C. Walker, J. C. Steger, S. C. Crisp, J. W. Rice

171†† poor house commissionerís report for May 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, James King, W. L. Boyett, Ella Vickers, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Melinda Gooden

172†† poor house commissionerís report for June 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Ella Vickers, Rachel Melton, Melinda Gooden, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman; paid $6.00 for coffin & burial of pauper not named (James King?)

173†† yearís provisions for the widow of G. W. Pettit; 16 May 1891

173†† yearís provisions for the widow of J. M. T. Rolls; nothing found to provision, so widow was allotted $200 to buy provisions; 30 Jun 1891

173†† oaths of members of the Board of Equalization of Assessments:R. S. Lemaster, C. M. Horn, J. C. Scarborough, W. A. McCraw, W. H. Trinkle; 8 Jun 1891

174†† poor house commissionerís report for July 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Melinda Gooden, Ella Vickers, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

174†† W. A. Tippit, J. I. Tippit, W. B. Winn, bond for a deed of trust made by Dora Tippit; 27 Jul 1891

175†† Aaron Acree, Newman Brandon, ferry bond for a ferry at Tobaccoport; 4 Aug 1891

176†† final settlement with A. J. Gray, administrator of Rebecca Campbell; 8 Aug 1891

176†† will of Elisha Dawson:daughter Louisa Dawson gets part of homeplace tract in the Abington Spring hollow; daughter Sarah Daugherty gets part of homeplace tract near the Boyt field; wife Harriet Dawson gets remainder of homeplace tract, plus household goods; remainder of estate to be sold at auction, with proceeds divided equally among wife Harriet and daughters Louisa & Sarah, after Louisa has received $100 from the proceeds, to equalize her with earlier bequests to her sisters; Williams place near the mouth of Short Creek is to be sold, with proceeds divided among wife Harriet and daughters Louisa & Sarah; executor is Rev. T. J. Duncan of the M. E. Church South; Rev. Duncan is also appointed guardian to Louisa Duncan; wit:E. G. Sexton, T. R. Martin; written 22 Oct 1887, proven Aug. term 1891

179†† poor house commissionerís report for Aug. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Ella Vickers, Melinda Gooden, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

179††††† settlement with D. W. Jones, administrator of Nonie Jones; expenses included 6 sets of tombstones for $69.00; 7 Sep 1891

180†† sale of the estate of W. T. Lewis by administrator T. W. Lewis; buyers were Mrs. Lewis, Major Lewis, G. W. Wilson, W. G. Wilson, R. C. Turner, D. C. McGregor, P. Rorie, W. H. Morrow, C. M. Green, James M. Lewis

180††††† settlement with E. R. Harrison, administrator of Lucy Stone (insolvent); 19 Sep 1891

181††††† inventory of notes and accounts of the estate of Elisha Dawson by executor T. J. Duncan

181†† sale of the estate of E. Dawson by executor T. J. Duncan; buyers were Ewing R. Cherry, T. J. Duncan, James Lancaster, Charles Wofford, Wiley Stavely, Mrs. Riggins, Frank Dunbar, Barney Boswell; 19 Sep 1891

182†† poor house commissionerís report for Sept. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Ella Vickers, Melinda Gooden, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman

184†† C. L. Miller, J. W. Robertson, H. C. Hargis, D. P. McCoy, constable bond for District 4; 5 Oct 1891

186†† sale of the estate of Louisa Bass by administrator W. S. Bailey

186†† poor house commissionerís report for Oct. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Ella Vickers, Rachel Melton, Mumford Hillman, Harriet Hillman, Melinda Gooden (died Oct. 10)

187††††† settlement with John O. Hunt, administrator of P. P. Terrell; 30 Oct 1891

187††††† inventory of the notes & accounts of the estate of Mathew T. Scott by administrator J. C. Steger

189†† poor house commissionerís report for Nov. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman, Mumford Hillman (died, apparently at the end of the month)

189††††† inventory and sale of the estate of J. C. Lewis by administrator H. C. Lewis; 7 Dec 1891

190†† will of Joel Boyd:wife Sallie Boyd to receive everything, but at her death everything goes to daughter Mary Boyd, except $5 each to grandchildren Lelia Boyd and her brother Robert Boyd; executor is E. J. Boyd; test:E. G. Sexton, G. W. McElroy; written 3 Mar 1888, proven Dec. term 1891

191†† sale of the estate of Mrs. M. E. Slaughter by administrator John E. Slaughter

191†† sale of the estate of Allice Vinson by administrator R. H. Dilday; buyers included A. J. Rushing, S. H. Vinson, G. W. Williams, James Winscott, J. S. Hicks, B. P. Vinson, M. Knight, J. D. Rushing, J. A. Garland, Dr. Ferrell, A. Hicks, A. C. Futrell, R. H. Dilday, R. H. Downs, W. T. Hicks, J. J. Cook, J. F. May, William Dilday, R. M. Knight Jr., M. C. Vinson, A. G. King, Amy Downs, Stark Hicks, P. D. Rushing, W. D. Downs, A. A. Dilday, S. W. Barrow, Isaiah Mathis

195†† G. W. Bufford, L. G. Beasley, J. W. Smith, R. Biggs, P. T. Wofford, S. D. Scarborough, coronerís bond; 8 Dec 1891

196†† P. P. Fitzhugh, T. J. Brandon, G. W. McElroy, poor house overseerís bond; 14 Oct 1891

196†† poor house commissionerís report for Dec. 1891 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman, Jack Atkins

197††††† additional inventory of the estate of M. W. Tucker by administrator M. M. Tucker

198†† poor house commissionerís report for Jan. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman, Jack Atkins (died 2 days into the month)

198†† will of Susan Humphreys:daughter Mary Bufford, wife of R. T. Bufford, gets homeplace in District 9, plus everything else; executor is daughter Mary; wit:G. W. Bufford, J. P. Bufford; written 5 Sep 1890, proven Feb. term 1892

199††††† inventory & sale of the estate of B. Sooter by administrator R. Biggs

199†† will of Lewis T. Edwards:wife Jennie J. Edwards & daughter Fannie Edwards to have everything so long as they remain single; youngest son Nick Edwards is to remain on the farm and take care of his mother & sister; wit:L. T. Hewell, J. F. Stone; written 8 Jan 1892, proven Feb. term 1892

200†† sale of the estate of John Sikes by administrator C. C. Sikes; buyers were J. H. Beason, J. A. Durham, E. F. Dixon, T. W. Lewis Jr., J. E. King, W. A. Winters, John Varner, Tom Dixon, Tobe Sikes, Mrs. Sikes, J. T. Parchman, W. W. Adams, John West, Pers Newel, James Parrish, James McMillan

200†† yearsí provisions for the widow of John Sikes

201†† report by County Court Chairman R. S. Lemaster for the year 1891

202†† G. E. Wallace, C. C. Ralls, S. F. Morrow, J. W. A. Hawkins, P. C. Wallace, G. R. Wallace, H. C. Hargis, constable bond for District 4; 6 Feb 1892

204†† final settlement with S. C. Lewis, administrator of E. M. Crisp; 24 Feb 1892

204†† will of R. A. Stone:wife A. M. Stone gets all property, including 3 town lots in Dover and a tract between the poor house tract and the Crisp place; R. S. Stone has already received $500; J. P. Stone has already received $500; Mary Robertson has already received $200; Martha Walter has already received $100; Sallie Smith has already received $100; Sopha Scarborough has already received $100; all his children are to be made equal to R. S. Stone & J. P. Stone; test:T. W. Dennis, H. C. Dennis; written 20 Sep 1880, proven 7 Mar 1892

205†† poor house commissionerís report for Feb. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman

206†† T. D. Toombs, J. P. Bedwell, T. W. Lewis Jr., commissioners report on an 18 Feb 1892 court order to lay off yearís provisions for the widow and one child of J. J. McCauley, who died 7 Feb 1892

206†† sale of the estate of John Blane on 10 Mar 1892 by administrator M. W. Blane; buyers included M. W. Blane, Robert Blane, W. H. Ford, George Blane, Henry Blane, R. L. Blane, Dave Crisp, Lucy Ford, Odis Hicks, Ed Walker, W. O. Champion, Jo Hughes, George Downs, William Sills, W. E. Outland, W. C. Moore, W. H. Futrell, Ed Crisp, J. J. Jones, Dr. Suthers, Bud Wiggins, M. A. Sills, J. T. Hymen, John Graham, Jeff Murphy, Henry Allen, Sam Outland, Henry Allen, W. C. Flowers, Ike Blane, J. D. Dunston, J. D. Livingston

208†† poor house commissionerís report for Mar. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman

209†† J. T. Knott, S. B. Woodson, J. L. Daugherty, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 4 Apr 1892

210††††† settlement of school funds for the year ending 1 Apr 1892, by trustee G. W. McElroy

227†† sale of the estate of J. J. McCauley in Benton County on 12 Mar 1892 by administrator W. W. Patterson; buyers included W. W. Christopher, G. S. Christopher, John Morable, G. Walton, M. Brown, J. P. Dillon, D. W. Stogdale, Frank Stogdale, George Outlaw, J. A. Doherty, John Askew, W. H. Lindsey, J. R. Young, Robert Wilhoit, Jim Rolls, Dennis Murphy, G. R. Vickers, C. C. Covington, George Askew, R. W. Welker, Ike Powers, Robert Lyles, William Sinks, John Wickham, Mrs. J. J. McCauley, Horace Martin

229††††† settlement with G. W. Carr, administrator of W. W. Carr; 23 Apr 1892

230††††† inventory of the estate of Allice White by administratrix M. C. Killebrew

231††††† settlement with Alice White, administratrix of S. T. White, by M. C. Killebrew, administratrix of Allice White, deceased; 28 Apr 1892

232†† poor house commissionerís report for Apr. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, J. S. Rolls; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman, Dora Tedder (at B. D. Barnes)

232††††† inventory of the estate of T. J. Patterson by administrator W. W. Patterson:refund of direct tax paid in 1866;

233†† sale of the estate of Warren McDougal on 22 Apr 1892 by administrator R. H. Dilday; buyers included A. Downs Sr., R. A. Dilday, J. R. Downs, Hallet Downs, A. Downs Jr., Thomas Preston, P. W. Barrow, A. C. Futrell, A. G. King, A. E. Barrow, W. Matheny, G. W. Williams, J. A. Duffell, W. C. Fuqua, Jim Henkley, J. J. Futrell, George Barrow, M. A. Sills, M. G. Knight, S. D. Suddarth, Ed Vinson, G. W. Bullock, George Cook, Grant May, R. L. Cook, J. D. Hicks

236††††† settlement with J. M. Lewis, executor of Lizzie Parker; 7 May 1892

237†† Otha H. Williams, T. W. Lewis, L. Herndon, R. E. Thomas, Alex Bagwell, notary public bond; 7 May 1892

237†† sale of the estate of Jesse Glasgow on 30 Apr 1892 by administrator W. H. Glasgow; buyers include G. W. Dowdy, W. A. Lomax, Bud Lewis, J. R. Harris, Kelly Wilson, Jay Aldridge, D. D. Collier, J. W. Cook, W. C. Bradford Jr., W. T. Thomas, W. W. Patterson, Jane Weldon

238††††† inventory of accounts of the estate of Henry Green by administrator J. S. Mullins

239††††† inventory of the estate of Ann Dunbar by executor T. W. Lewis; 6 Jun 1892

239†† poor house commissionerís report for May 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman, Nelson Baxter, Mariah Gray

239††††† settlement with A. C. Ellis, administrator of Elizabeth Hinson; 27 Jun 1892

240†† poor house commissionerís report for June 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Rachel Melton, Nelson Baxter, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman

241†† sale of the estate of I. S. Bayliss by administrator S. J. Caroland on 19 Mar 1892; buyers were W. A. Downs, S. J. Caroland, I. S. Banister

241†† final settlement with G. W. Carr, administrator of W. W. Carr; 11 Jul 1892

242†† will of J. W. Wofford:25 acres each from the 50-acre Mcanan(?) tract to the children of Marthy Glasgow and of Fanny Pervis Ė the children of Marthy Glasgow to have their 25 acres on the west side of the 50-acre tract, adjacent to land already given to Marthy Glasgow; the children of Fanny Pervis also to have 25 acres from the Betts tract that Nero Payne now lives on; Drucilla Payne, a colored woman and the wife of Nero Payne, gets all the cleared land and timber on the 25-acre tract given to the children of Fanny Payne, so long as she lives on it; wit:Y. W. Cherry, J. M. Riggins; written 19 Feb 1890, proven July term 1892

243††††† settlement with A. C. Ellis, administrator of C. P. McCoy; 11 Jul 1892

243†† poor house commissionerís report for July 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, H. J. Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Nelson Baxter, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Rachel Melton, Eva Meadows

244†† will of Jeremiah Radford:wife Mary Ann Radford gets all property, except bed & bedstead which goes to daughter Jennie Brewer; wife Mary Ann is executrix; wit:J. M. Scarborough, W. H. Brewer; written 2 Sep 1891, proven Aug term 1892

245†† will of William Brinton:sons E. D. Brinton and A. J. Brinton get his entire tract of land, in District 1, plus various property; deceased son William G. Brinton and deceased daughter Arbla Moore had already received their share of the estate; daughter Malinda Allen gets $5; Powell M. Gibbs gets bed & bed clothes, plus various property and $30; grandson Steger Gibbs gets $30 plus bed & bed clothes, hogs & current crop of corn in the crib; Powell M. Gibbs and Steger Gibbs to have equal shares in his personal effects; grandson William H. Owen to have an equal share in his personal effects; executor is E. D. Brinton; test:John T. Parchman, Ed. H. Brinton; written 28 Nov 1890, proven 24 Aug 1892

246††††† settlement with S. C. Lewis, administrator of Jo Rorie; 22 Aug 1892

247†† G. W. McElroy, F. C. Gray, R. Biggs, L. G. Beasley, B. H. Dunbar, H. H. McGee, W. C. Bradford, N. G. Brandon, J. R. Cole, county trusteeís bond; 5 Oct 1891

252†† final settlement with W. S. Bailey, administrator of Louisa Bass; 31 Aug 1892

252†† S. B. Crain, W. M. Brandon, J. W. Stout, J. R. Evans, N. E. McGregor, T. J. Brandon, Peter G. Sexton, M. F. Brandon, sheriffís bond; 5 Sep 1892

254†† Smith Crockarell, W. M. Brandon, A. C. Turner, R. J. Varner, C. W. Atkins, J. W. Stout, constable bond for District 5; 5 Sep 1892

256†† A. W. Naylor, H. A. Armistead, William Varner, B. H. Dunbar, constable bond for District 1; 5 Sep 1892

257†† C. A. Wolf, A. C. Turner, E. Davis, R. J. Varner, A. Armistead, J. H. Smith, collectorís bond; 5 Sep 1892

259†† G. E. Wallace, J. A. W. Hawkins, W. R. Harrison, G. W. Taylor, G. R. Wallace, J. W. Lewis, H. C. Pace, G. W. Wallace, S. B. Woodson, constable bond for District 4; 5 Sep 1892

261†† F. E. Grice, F. C. Gray, T. S. Sikes, D. R. Emery, G. W. McElroy, J. H. Chadwick, constable bond for District 7; 5 Sep 1892

262†† W. J. Holly, T. D. Toombs, S. A. Patterson, R. E. Thomas, W. T. Thomas, J. M. Lewis, J. P. Bedwell, constable bond for District 6; 5 Sep 1892

264†† G. W. Taylor, G. R. Wallace, J. W. Lewis, B. F. Dunlap, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

265†† T. J. Brandon, A. C. Turner, S. B. Crain, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

266†† R. S. Lemaster, J. W. Rice, C. W. Crockett, J. C. Steger, trusteeís bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

268†† poor house commissionerís report for Aug. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, Smith Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Rachel Melton, Nelson Baxter, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Harriet Hillman, Evy Meadows, Mrs. Green & child

268†† J. A. Parker, J. A. Cole, W. D. Cole, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

270†† poor house commissionerís report for Sept. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, Smith Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Rachel Melton, Nelson Baxter, Harriet Hillman, Alf Palmer, Eva Meadows, Mariah Gray, Mrs. Green

271†† poor house commissionerís annual report for the year ending 30 Sep 1892; total of 12 paupers (4 white males, 3 white females, 2 colored males, 3 colored females); commissioners recommend reappointment of current keeper Mr. Fitzhugh

271†† will of Eliza P. Cherry; adopted daughter Alice Herndon; Vela Stalls (daughter of Henry & Frances Stalls); executor E. M. Miles; test:B. F. Dunlap, W. S. Herndon; written 13 Aug 1892, proven Oct term 1892

272†† G. W. McElroy, F. C. Gray, J. A. Cole, H. H. McGee, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, L. G. Beasley, trusteeís bond for the collection of state taxes; 5 Sep 1892

274†† G. W. McElroy, F. C. Gray, J. A. Cole, H. H. McGee, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, L. G. Beasley, trusteeís bond for the collection of county taxes; 5 Sep 1892

275†† G. W. McElroy, F. C. Gray, J. A. Cole, H. H. McGee, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, L. G. Beasley, trusteeís bond for the collection of school taxes; 5 Sep 1892

276†† G. W. McElroy, F. C. Gray, J. A. Cole, H. H. McGee, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, L. G. Beasley, trusteeís bond for the collection of highway taxes; 5 Sep 1892

277†† G. W. McElroy, F. C. Gray, J. A. Cole, H. H. McGee, R. Biggs, N. G. Brandon, L. G. Beasley, trusteeís bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

278†† sale of the estate of J. W. Parker by administrator W. H. Ryan; buyers were William Kirksey, C. E. McGee, Wiley Kirksey, Mrs. Mary Parker, W. F. Parker, E. A. Scarborough, Bill Wyatt, J. W. Slaughter, W. W. McGee

279†† E. M. Miles, W. H. Blanton, J. M. Miles, J. C. Wilkinson, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

280†† poor house commissionerís report for Oct. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, H. J. Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Rachel Melton, Margaret Green, Casey Green, Nelson Baxter, Harriet Hillman, Alf Palmer, Eva Meadows, Tilda Meadows

280††††† settlement with A. B. Fraser, administrator of Jordan Fraser; 7 Nov 1892

281†† J. D. Burcham, M. R. Andrews, J. H. Chadwick, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

282†† J. L. Daugherty, G. W. McElroy, G. S. Daugherty, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

283†† G. H. Largent, W. C. Weaks, T. S. Sikes, N. G. Brandon, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

284†† H. A. Armstead, R. J. Varner, William Varner, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

285†† J. P. Goodin, W. P. Sikes, H. A. Causey, W. G. Moore, J. W. Rowlett, Charles Coppedge, G. W. McElroy, justice of the peace bond for the collection of small offenses; 5 Sep 1892

287†† P. P. Fitzhugh, T. J. Brandon, G. W. McElroy, poor house overseerís bond; 3 Oct 1892

287†† yearís provisions for Briggie Thomas, widow of J. L. Thomas; 23 Nov 1892

288†† sale of the estate of James Campbell by executor E. G. Sexton on Nov 1892; buyers included W. J. Cathey, E. Coy, J. M. Williams, B. F. Sizemore, Ben Sikes, H. H. McGee, D. A. Lee, Sid Stavely, G. W. Martin, Tom Keeble, E. E. Brokaw, W. P. Cole, Tom Crutcher, D. Peppers, A. Sexton, J. W. Brigham, J. J. Crutcher

290††††† settlement with W. H. Glasgow, administrator of Jesse Glasgow; 2 Dec 1892

291†† poor house commissionerís report for Nov. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, Smith Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Margaret Green, Casey Green, Mary Davis, Rachel Melton, Lindy Hogan, Harriet Hillman, Nelson Baxter, Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, Eva Meadows, Tildy Meadows

292†† W. G. Moore, E. R. Cherry, C. C. Parker, J. H. Weaks, T. J. Brandon, surveyorís bond; 5 Apr 1889

292††††† settlement with T. W. Lewis, administrator of W. T. Lewis; settlement included monument for grave, tuition for John Lewis; 13 Dec 1892

295††††† settlement with R. H. Dilday, administrator of Alice Vinson; settlement included coffins for Alice Vinson & S. D. Vinson; 24 Dec 1892

295†† W. B. Halliday, J. W. Stout, T. J. Brandon, J. B. Crockarell, tax assessorís bond; 30 Dec 1892

296†† will of Ann Dunbar:sets aside money to fix the family graveyard of the late Samuel Dunbar; balance of money and property goes to Caty Cullum Dunbar, Margaret West Dunbar and Sallie Blanch Dunbar, all of whom are unmarried minors; if the three heirs die before coming of age or marrying, the balance of the estate goes to the heirs of Andrew Jackson Weaks by his wife Tabitha Emma Weaks; wit:A. G. Halliday, J. F. Owen; written 18 Mar 1887; codicil #1 written 22 Oct 1888 stipulates that head and foot stones, worth $75, be placed at her father James Dunbarís grave, and stones worth $50 at her own grave; wit:A. G. Halliday, W. P. Bellamy; codicil #2 written 23 Oct 1889 appoints Maj. T. W. Lewis as executor, and bequeaths property to nieces Caty Cullum Dunbar, Sallie Dunbar & Maggie Dunbar; wit:A. G. Halliday, W. P. Bellamy

297†† county commissionerís report for the year 1892 by chairman R. S. Lemaster

302†† poor house commissionerís report for Dec. 1892 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, Smith Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Malinda Hogan, Rachel Melton, Mrs. Green, Nelson Baxter, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Eva Meadows, John Williams

303††††† settlement with S. C. Lewis, administrator of F. A. Roder; 14 Jan 1893

303†† J. L. Coleman, T. J. Brandon, J. W. Weaks, S. B. Crain, I. G. Waggoner, ferry bond for a ferry at Dover; 20 Jan 1893

304††††† settlement with R. Biggs, adminstrator of B. Sooter; 21 Jan 1893

304††††† settlement with R. Biggs, administrator of C. Phippin; settlement includes receipts from Mrs. Phippin & Willie Phippin Rolls; 21 Jan 1893

305††††† inventory of the estate of Jesse Glasgow by administrator G. W. Glasgow

305††††† inventory of the notes and accounts of the estate of J. W. Parker, by administrator W. H. Ryan

311†† poor house commissionerís report for Jan. 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, Smith Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, John Candler, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Rachel Melton, Malinda Hogan, J. Allen, Nelson Baxter, Mariah Gray, John Williams, Alford Palmer, Harriet Hillman, Eva Meadows, Tilda Meadows

311††††† settlement with A. C. Ellis, administrator of Elizabeth Hinson; 13 Feb 1893

312††††† settlement with I. G. Waggoner, administrator of J. M. T. Rolls; 14 Feb 1893

314††††† settlement with James Ross, executor of Zilpha Jones; 15 Feb 1893

315†† will of J. M. Scarborough:wife Margaret Scarborough gets all property, including his life policy in the American Legion of Honor; will mentions wife Margaretís children (not named); wife Margaret is executrix; test:J. W. Stout, A. Hyde; written 6 Mar 1893, proven 14 Mar 1893

316†† poor house commissionerís report for Feb. 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, Smith Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, John Candler, Malinda Hogan, Rachel Melton, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman, Nelson Baxter, John Williams, Alf Palmer, Eva Meadows, Tilda Meadows

316†† Henry H. Hilmer, Cris Gansner, O. N. Pearl, J. H. Scarborough, constable bond for District 11; 8 Mar 1893

318††††† settlement with J. R. Rowlett, administrator of W. O. Rowlett; 22 Feb 1893

318††††† settlement with A. C. Ellis, administrator de bonus non of C. P. McCoy; insolvent notes on R. L. McCoy, Robert McCoy, W. F. Jones; 11 Mar 1893

319††††† settlement with W. T. Moseley, administrator of Robert Hinson; 28 Mar 1893

319†† poor house commissionerís report for Mar. 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, Smith Crutcher; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Malinda Hogan, Rachel Melton, Nelson Baxter, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Tilda Meadows, John Williams, Eva Meadows, Pomp Allen (died within the month)

320††††† settlement with T. W. Lewis, executor of Ann Dunbar; 10 Apr 1893

321††††† settlement with T. W. Lewis, administrator of W. T. Lewis; 10 Apr 1893

321††††† settlement with D. A. Norfleet, administrator of B. T. Lineberry; 8 Apr 1893

322†† poor house commissionerís report for Apr. 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Malinda Hogan, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Eva Meadows, Tilda Meadows, Richard Gibson, John Williams; expenses include burial of John Williamsí leg, and burial of 2 paupers

322†† James Manners records ear mark of stock; May term 1893

322†† Berry Manners records ear mark of stock; July term 1893

323†† will of A. J. Gray:wife Bea(?) to have all the property and raise the children; if she remarries, she is to have a life estate of 200 acres, including the house, and the remainder (172.5 acres) divided equally among the (minor) children:Josephís part to be on the lower end on the ďold placeĒ tract, then James next, then Andrew Jackson, then Judith, then Addy; 116 acres to be kept for board timber; test:L. A. Jobe, George Stalls, J. M. Taylor; written 16 Dec 1883, proven May term 1893

324†† poor house commissionerís report for May 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Malinda Hogan, Rachel Melton, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman, Alf Palmer, Richard Gibson, Eva Meadows

325††††† settlement with J. C. Steger, administrator of M. T. Scott; payments to Mrs. M. T. Scott, Mrs. Julia Scott, Cumberland Iron Works; 30 Jun 1893

327†† sale of the estate of Thomas Johnson on 20 May 1893 by administrator Tiney Eldridge; buyers included William Johnson, John E. Johnson, Shack Johnson, Cave Johnson, J. W. Harrison, Tobe Johnson, W. H. Johnson, W. H. Miller, James Leadford, J. T. Stewart, George Johnson, Bob Darnell, J. H. Griffey, T. Eldridge, S. Sheppard

328†† annual report of school funds for the year ending April 1893

342††††† inventory of the personal effects of A. J. Gray by administratrix Rebecca Gray; 20 Jul 1893

343†† poor house commissionerís report for July 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Melinda Hogan, Rachel Melton, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman, Alf Palmer, Richard Gibson, Eva Meadows

343†† will of Daniel Lowery:daughter Cora Ada Lowery gets all household & kitchen furniture, bedding, $500; daughters Bella S. Lewis, Josie D. Hargrove, D. A. Jennie Buckingham, Edna May Smith get $500 each; sons James A. Lowery, Thomas J. Lowery, Robert L. Lowery, George W. Lowery divide the remainder of the estate; sons Thomas & Robert are executors; test:W. W. Patterson, E. D. Lewis; written 14 Feb 1893, proven 14 Aug 1893

345††††† inventory of the estate of N. E. McGregor by administratrix Mahala McGregor

345†† E. T. Peck, W. M. Brandon, J. W. Stout, S. C. Lewis, J. W. Rice, T. J. Brandon, notary public bond; 22 Aug 1893

346†† will of William Stone: wife L. J. Stone gets 50-acre home tract and half of household property; executor is Henry F. McGee; son W. J. Stone gets $5, son Z. F. Stone gets $5; Mary Susan Yarborough gets $5; test:C. M. Brame, W. W. Smith, J. A. Smith; written 27 Nov 1890, proven 25 Jul 1893

347††††† settlement with T. J. Lowery & R. L. Lowery, executors of D. Lowery; payments of $500 each to Edna M. Smith, Josie J. Hargrove, Jennie Buckingham, B. S. Lewis; 29 Aug 1893

348†† poor house commissionerís report for Aug. 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, C. F. Wofford, W. L. Boyett, William Candler, Melinda Hogan, Rachel Melton, Richard Gibson, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Harriet Hillman, Eva Meadows

348†† yearsí provision for the widow Brokaw by commissioners Y. W. Cherry, W. G. Wofford, G. B. Riggins; 31 Jul 1893

349†† W. A. Tippit, J. I. Tippit, J. N. McGinnis, deed of trust bond; 12 Sep 1893

349†† sale of the estate of E. E. Brokaw by administrator M. E. D. Brokaw; buyers were W. G. Brokaw, Tony Crutcher, Josie Stavely, C. M. Hooks, M. G. Brokaw, E. W. Brokaw, Lucian Keel; Sep 1893

350††††† settlement with T. J. Duncan, executor of E. Dawson; mentions payment for tombstones, and $100 willed to Lou Dawson; 19 Sep 1893

351†† sale of the estate of C. A. Lowery by guardian R. A. Lowery on 12 Sep 1893; buyers included J. A. Lowery, J. B. Walden, Robert Claxton, Earnest Morrison, Ed McCracken, Ely Coleman, Mrs. Sam Bellar, Miss Sallie Wilkins, Dr. W. H. Glasgow, John Wickham, G. W. Lowery, J. S. Patterson, Wiley Pully, W. N. Thomas, James Claxton

353†† S. S. Biggs records ear mark of stock; 28 Sep 1893

353†† L. Herndon, W. A. McCraw, J. H. Bailey, T. J. Brandon, G. W. McElroy, deed of trust bond; 29 Sep 1893

354†† poor house commissionerís report for Sept. 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, C. F. Wofford, William Candler, Melinda Hogan, Rachel Melton, Richard Gibson, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Eva Meadows, John Murphy

355†† sale of the estate of H. M. Taylor by administrator W. W. Taylor; 2 Oct 1893

356††††† settlement with E. Slaughter, administrator of M. E. Slaughter; 2 Oct 1893

356†† G. W. Bufford, P. T. Wofford, S. D. Scarborough, J. W. Smith, coronerís bond; 19 Oct 1893

357†† P. P. Fitzhugh, T. J. Brandon, G. W. McElroy, poor house overseerís bond; 14 Oct 1893

358†† poor house commissionerís report for Oct. 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Melinda Wyatt, Rachel Melton, Richard Gibson, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Eva Meadows, Janie Holman

358†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, P. P. Fitzhugh, J. C. Fowler, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, trusteeís bond for the collection of state taxes; 15 Oct 1893

360†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, P. P. Fitzhugh, J. C. Fowler, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, trusteeís bond for the collection of county taxes; 15 Oct 1893

361†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, P. P. Fitzhugh, J. C. Fowler, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, trusteeís bond for the collection of school taxes; 15 Oct 1893

363†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, P. P. Fitzhugh, J. C. Fowler, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, trusteeís bond for the collection of road taxes; 15 Oct 1893

364†† G. W. McElroy, John Buckingham, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, P. P. Fitzhugh, J. C. Fowler, N. G. Brandon, B. H. Dunbar, trusteeís bond for the collection of small offenses; 15 Oct 1893

365†† will of H. Jackson; daughters Georgie Ann Wallace, Isabella Wallace, Arsena Page, Elizabeth Manning, Parasade Hargis; son Harmon Jackson (E. G. Sexton, guardian); test:J. W. Stout, Lena Jackson; written 28 Nov 1893, proven Dec. term 1893

366†† will of Harriet R. Wall:son N. A. Wall is executor, and gets home tract of land; he is to pay the other children $50 each; son N. A. Wall is to divide the household effects with her two daughters; test:J. A. Smith, W. W. Smith; written 8 Jul 1893, proven Dec. term 1893

366†† poor house commissionerís report for Nov. 1893 by H. Jackson, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were John Murphy, W. L. Boyett, Ed Allen, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Melinda Wyatt, Janie Holman, Rachel Melton, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Richard Gibson, Eva Meadows

367†† sale of the estate of H. Jackson by executor & guardian E. G. Sexton; buyers included H. Jackson, John Taylor, Georgie Wallace, Jeff Melton, G. W. Jackson, James Powers, N. G. Wallace, W. H. Wallace, Joe Taylor, Bill Page, J. H. Parker, Isabel Wallace, James Melton, James Downs, M. A. Newberry, W. Z. Lewis

368†† poor house commissionerís report for Dec. 1893 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Frank Wofford, W. L. Boyett, William Candler, John Murphy (discharged), Rachel Melton, Melinda Wyatt, Janie Holman, Richard Gibson, Harriet Hillman, Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, Eva Meadows

369†† W. W. Patterson, J. M. Lewis, W. T. Thomas, notary public bond; 1 Jan 1894

369†† J. L. Coleman, I. G. Waggoner, S. B. Crain, T. J. Brandon, J. H. Weaks, ferry bond for the lower ferry at Dover; 4 Jan 1894

370††††† settlement with G. W. Glasgow, administrator of Jesse Glasgow; 8 Jan 1894

370†† B. H. Hobing, T. J. Brandon, J. C. Fowler, justice of the peace bond; 1 Jan 1894

371†† county commissionerís report for the year 1893 by chairman R. S. Lemaster

373†† county commissionerís annual report of road fund for the year 1893, by chairman R. S. Lemaster

375†† yearsí provisions for Mrs. Elizabeth Nowley, widow of A. H. Nowley, laid off by commissioners Sam Bellar, H. C. Parchman, W. W. Patterson; 26 Dec 1893

375††††† settlement with W. A. McCraw, executor of Joel Boyd; 22 Jan 1894

376†† poor house commissionerís report for Jan. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, William Candler, Al Palmer, Rachel Melton, Melinda Wyatt, Jane Holman & baby, Mariah Gray, Richard Gibson, Eva Meadows, Harriet Hillman

376†† John C. Carney, Will Sawyer, J. R. Carney, W. C. Carney, J. O. Smith, T. R. Martin, ferry bond for the upper ferry at Dover; 8 Jan 1894

377†† will of Samuel Ross; wife Mary Ann Ross; daughters Cynthia C. Ross, Mary A. Ross, sons Jesse L. Ross, George A. Ross, Samuel F. Ross, Hernando S. Ross; daughter Temperance L. Cherry, deceased; executrix is wife Mary; test:Rice Wallace, George Wallace; written 23 Sep 1889, proven Feb 1894

378†† poor house commissionerís report for Feb. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, William Candler, Melinda Wyatt, Jane Holman, Rachel Melton, Alice Holman, Alf Palmer, Richard Gibson, Eva Meadows, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Jane Hicks

378†† sale of the estate of P. G. Sexton on 3 Mar 1894 by administrator E. G. Sexton; buyers included John Sexton, John Austin, W. W. Brumley, Smith Sexton, Ike Sexton, Mrs. Mat Hamblin, Sam Crain, Ed Wallace, Clay Wyatt, Mrs. Glasgow, Jo Vick, Alex Bagwell, John Heflin, J. R. Robertson, Chas. Wall, W. C. Carney, Mrs. S. B. Crain, John Free, J. B. Crockarell, M. M. Tucker, Ab Heflin, Neal Crockarell, Suggs Vick, Plunket Mann, Ed Hogan, M. A. Sexton, D. A. Norfleet, B. F. Edwards, F. P. Foster, Tom Doty, W. F. Rorie, Robert Gray

381††††† settlement with Mrs. M. C. Killebrew, administratrix of Alice White; 7 Mar 1894

382††††† additional inventory and sales of the estate of R. L. Bailey by trustee L. Herndon

382††††† settlement with M. W. Blane, administrator of John Blane; 13 Mar 1894

383†† J. B. Crockarell, T. J. Brandon, W. M. Brandon, G. W. McElroy, R. J. Varner, deed of trust bond; 17 Mar 1894

384†† poor house commissionerís report for Mar. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, William Candler, Melinda Wyatt, Jane Holman, Rachel Melton, Alice Holman, Jane Hicks, Alf Palmer, Richard Gibson, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman, Eva Meadows

385††††† settlement with R. H. Dilday, adminstrator of Warren McDougal; 2 Apr 1894

385††††† inventory of the estate of Joseph Tippit by administrator J. I. Tippit; 12 Apr 1894

386†† yearsí provisions for the widow & family of W. J. Atkins; 5 Apr 1894

386†† W. N. Cherry, J. T. Reynolds, W. C. Weaks, justice of the peace bond; 14 Apr 1894

387†† poor house commissionerís report for Apr. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, William Candler, Rachel Melton, Melinda Wyatt, Jane Hicks, Jane Holman, Alice Holman, Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman, Eva Meadows, Richard Gibson

388†† sale of the estate of W. J. Atkins on 2 May 1894 by administratrix Mrs. V. A. Atkins; buyers were V. A. Atkins, C. A. Brumley

389†† poor house commissionerís report for May 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, John Candler, Rachel Melton, Melinda Wyatt, Jane Hicks, Jane Holman, Mariah Gray, Alice Holman, Eva Meadows, Alf Palmer, Richard Gibson, Harriet Hillman

390†† sale of the estate of Samuel Ross by executor Jesse Ross on 17 Mar 1894; buyers included E. G. Hogan, Mrs. C. Ross, Josh Wallace, Miss C. C. Ross, G. A. Ross, T. J. Doughty, G. L. Pace, H. S. Ross, Charlie Ross, J. E. Lovell, E. M. Free, J. F. Stimson, M. L. Shemwell, T. O. Stalls, P. M. Dennis, W. T. Ramsey, Jake Acree, John Wallace, S. J. Thweatt, Frank Cheatham, John Pinner, E. H. Wallace, D. W. Ross, R. C. Greenhill, F. H. Rolls, W. M. Pace, W. H. Cherry, S. J. Bumpus, William Stagner, G. W. Wallace

393†† poor house commissionerís report for June 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, William Candler, Melinda Wyatt, Rachel Melton, Jane Holman, Alice Holman, Jane Hicks, Margaret Green, Eva Meadows, Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, Richard Gibson, Harriet Hillman

394†† John H. Lory, J. W. Stout, S. C. Lewis, William Brandon, notary public bond; 11 Jul 1894

394†† R. L. Bailey, G. W. McElroy, T. J. Brandon, T. G. Askew, L. Herndon, notary public bond; 11 Jul 1894

395†† poor house commissionerís report for July 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, William Candler, Rachel Melton, Jane Hicks, Maria Green, Jane Holman, Alice Holman, Alf Palmer, Melinda Wyatt, Eva Meadows, Harriet Hillman, Mariah Gray, Dick Gibson, Frank Wofford

396††††† settlement with E. G. Sexton, executor of James Campbell; 21 Aug 1894

396†† Aaron Acree, L. Brandon, ferry bond for a ferry at Tobaccoport; 20 Aug 1894

397††††† settlement with L. Herndon, trustee of R. L. Bailey; 27 Aug 1794

399†† yearsí provisions for Mrs. Lou Green by commissioners R. J. Varner, G. W. Perkins, Andrew Fisher; 10 Apr 1892

399†† poor house commissionerís report for Aug. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Rachel Melton, Melinda Wyatt, Jane Hicks, Mariah Green, Jane Holman, Alice Holman, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman, Eva Meadows, Richard Gibson, Alf Palmer, Morton Chadwick, ______ Swan

400†† oath of T. S. Norden, W. T. Thomas, W. G. Wofford, O. N. Pearl, members of the Board of Equalization of Assessments; 11 Jun 1894

401††††† settlement with C. C. Sikes, administrator of John Sikes; 10 Sep 1894

402††††† settlement with T. J. Brandon, administrator of N. Brandon; payments to Polk Brandon, Minnie Brandon, Mrs. Jo Brandon, W. N. Brandon, T. P. Brandon, Mattie Brandon, Nathan Brandonís children, Emma Stout, Morris Brandon; 30 Aug 1894

402††††† settlement with E. M. Miles, executor of Mrs. E. P. Cherry; 14 Sep 1894

403††††† settlement with E. D. Brinton, executor of William Brinton; 17 Sep 1894

404†† sale of the estate of Lucy Ford by administrator J. W. Ford; buyers included James Hampton, William Webb, S. P. Ford, Mrs. Sallie Slaughter, Mrs. T. Webb, Maggie Webb, Laura Webb, Liza Hampton, Scott Moran, Tom Ford, R. W. Ford, John Sanders, Bob Lewellen, S. S. Gillihan, D. J. Stacker

406†† T. P. Kennedy, T. J. Weaver, S. B. Crain, A. B. Parker, W. J. Atkins, constable bond for District 3; 3 Oct 1892

408†† poor house commissionerís report for Sep. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyett, Frank Wofford, Rachel Melton, William Candler, Morton Chadwick, Moriah Green, Susan Chadwick, Jane Hicks, Melinda Wyatt, Jane Holman, Alice Holman, Richard Gibson, Mariah Gray, Alfred Palmer, Harriet Hillman, Eva Meadows, Clyde Peppers, Alice Peppers

410†† yearsí provisions for Mrs. J. J. Spiceland; 21 Sep 1894

410†† W. C. Bradford, R. E. Thomas, J. H. Thomas, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

411†† J. I. Tippit, T. J. Brandon, J. W. Tucker, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

412†† A. G. Halliday, William Varner, J. I. Tippit, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

414†† E. G. Sexton, J. W. Stout, J. A. McGee, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, J. M. Sexton, W. D. Stavely, W. H. Dillon, L .C. Dillon, Chris Gansner, trusteeís bond for the collection of state taxes; 3 Sep 1894

415†† G. W. McElroy, W. D. Stavely, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, T. J. Brandon, J. W. Stout, W. M. Brandon, William Sawyer, D. R. Ewing, J. A. Parker, E. G. Sexton, county court clerkís bond for the collection of state taxes; 3 Oct 1894

417†† H. A. Armstead, J. A. Parker, L. Herndon, justice of the peace bond; 1 Oct 1894

418†† T. J. Weaver, Willam Varner, M. W. Smith, justice of the peace bond; 3 Oct 1894

419†† S. S. Stamper, T. P. Kenada, L. T. Hewell, R. L. Moseley, D. D. Low, E. P. Hall, justice of the peace bond; 3 Oct 1894

420†† D. D. P. Phillips, M. W. Smith, Joshua Walker, justice of the peace bond; 3 Oct 1894

421†† F. A. Jones, L. D. Hargis, J. W. Hargis, justice of the peace bond; 3 Oct 1894

422†† T. P. Frith, W. E. Shelton, J. C. Fowler, justice of the peace bond; 3 Oct 1894

423†† R. C. Shaw, W. N. Cherry, Smith Crockarell, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

424†† J. L. Coleman, Ike G. Waggoner, J. W. Lewis, W. Z. Lewis, T. D. Matheny, L. D. Hargis, R. J. Varner, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

425†† J. P. Bedwell, J. M. Lewis, T. E. Buckingham, W. W. Patterson, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

426†† J. G. Robertson, T. J. Brandon, Ike G. Waggoner, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

427†† G. W. McElroy, J. P. Gordon, P. P. Fitzhugh, G. W. McElroy, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

428†† D. R. Ewing, Ike G. Waggoner, J. A. McGee, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

429†† J. A. Garland, R. H. Dilday, R. L. Futrell, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

430†† M. O. Hicks, T. J. Brandon, L. Herndon, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

431†† E. M. Miles, T. J. Brandon, G. W. McElroy, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

432†† L. Herndon, R. H. Dilday, H. L. Wofford, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

433†† J. A. Parker, J. A. Cole, J. M. Sexton, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

434†† W. E. McGee, H. H. McGee, W. Cathey, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

435†† G. H. Largent, J. H. Scarboro, J. M. Taylor, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

436†† L. G. Beasley, W. P. Sikes, T. J. Brandon, Charles Coppedge, G. W. McElroy, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

437†† James H. Chadwick, W. T. Wright, J. C. Fowler, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

438††††† Charles E. Wright, W. F. Wright, John Buckingham, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

439†† A. W. Naylor, T. W. Lewis, William Varner, R. J. Varner, justice of the peace bond; 3 Sep 1894

440†† I. H. P. Smith, William Varner, J. H. Smith, R. P. Lewis, T. W. Seay, constable bond for District 2; 3 Sep 1894

442†† T. P. Kenada, W. M. Smith, T. J. Weaver, D. A. Norfleet, S. B. Crain, G. A. Norfleet, constable bond for District 3; 3 Sep 1894

443†† W. A. Burke, W. J. Horn, J. T. Knott, D. C. McGregor, G. W. Wallace, J. H. Feltner, F. M. Williams, G. R. Wallace, constable bond for District 4; 3 Sep 1894

445†† Smith Crockarell, R. J. Varner, W. M. Brandon, J. B. Crockarell, constable bond for District 5; 3 Sep 1894

446†† H. J. Thomas, R. E. Thomas, W. T. Thomas, constable bond for District 6; 3 Sep 1894

448††††† William Sawyer, T. J. Brandon, S. C. Lewis, R. J. Varner, W. M. Brandon, constable bond for District 7; 3 Sep 1894

449†† C. W. Phippen, H. H. McGee, William Brandon, R. Biggs, C. D. Scarborough, J. R. Evans, constable bond for District 7; 3 Sep 1894

451†† J. J. Cook, T. M. Griffin, H. L. Watson, T. J. Crook, R. H. Dilday, L. Herndon, constable bond for District 8; 3 Sep 1894

452†† H. L. Wofford, J. G. Gorham, T. J. Crook, G. W. Boswell, L. Herndon, J. H. Scarborough, constable bond for District 9; 3 Sep 1894

454†† J. M. Taylor, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, G. W. McElroy, J. M. Sexton, J. A. McGee, constable bond for District 10; 3 Sep 1894

456†† G. M. Chadwick, A. L. Weaks, C. S. Wyatt, J. G. Buckingham, constable bond for District 12; 3 Sep 1894

458†† S. B. Crain, W. D. Stavely, Joshua Walker, J. A. Cole, H. H. McGee, R. Biggs, M. W. Smith, sheriffís bond; 3 Sep 1894

459†† W. C. Weaks, H. H. McGee, J. H. Scarborough, J. H. Weaks, registerís bond; 3 Sep 1894

460†† G. W. McElroy, R. J. Varner, W. D. Stavely, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, T. J. Brandon, J. W. Stout, W. M. Brandon, William Sawyer, D. R. Ewing, J. A. Parker, E. G. Sexton, county court clerkís bond; 1 Oct 1894

461†† G. W. McElroy, R. J. Varner, W. D. Stavely, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, T. J. Brandon, J. W. Stout, W. M. Brandon, William Sawyer, D. R. Ewing, J. A. Parker, E. G. Sexton, county court clerkís bond for special revenue; 1 Oct 1894

462†† G. W. McElroy, R. J. Varner, W. D. Stavely, H. H. McGee, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, T. J. Brandon, J. W. Stout, W. M. Brandon, William Sawyer, D. R. Ewing, J. A. Parker, E. G. Sexton, county court clerkís bond for county taxes; 1 Oct 1894

463†† E. G. Sexton, J. W. Stone, J. A. McGee, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, J. M. Sexton, W. D. Stavely, W. H. Dillon, L. C. Dillon, Chris Gansner, trusteeís bond for the collection of county taxes; 3 Sep 1894

464†† E. G. Sexton, J. W. Stone, J. A. McGee, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, J. M. Sexton, W. D. Stavely, W. H. Dillon, L. C. Dillon, Chris Gansner, trusteeís bond for the collection of road taxes; 3 Sep 1894

465†† E. G. Sexton, J. W. Stone, J. A. McGee, J. A. Cole, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, J. M. Sexton, W. D. Stavely, W. H. Dillon, L. C. Dillon, Chris Gansner, trusteeís bond for the collection of school taxes; 3 Sep 1894

467†† P. P. Fitzhugh, E. G. Sexton, J. G. Robertson, T. J. Brandon, poor house keeperís bond; 9 Oct 1894

468†† T. W. Seay, T. J. Brandon, S. C. Lewis, H. G. Lewis, notary public bond; 15 Oct 1894

469†† poor house commissionerís report for Oct. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyt, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Rachel Melton, Morton Chadwick, Mrs. Chadwick, Moriah Green, Melinda Wyatt, Jane Holman, Jane Hicks, Alice Holman, Clyde Peppers, Lucie Peppers, Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, Eva Meadows, Richard Gibson, Harriet Hillman

470†† will of George Stoneham:son Pink Stoneham gets everything; executor is J. T. Reynolds; test:S. C. Lewis, T. J. Brandon; written 20 Nov 1893, proven Nov. term 1894

470††††† inventory of the estate of J. J. Spiceland, a minor under age 15, by guardian M. O. Hicks; 3 Dec 1893

471††††† inventory of the estate of J. P. Gooden by administrator J. G. Robertson; 20 Nov 1894

472†† J. W. Frith, J. M. Luton, J. M. Kingins, A. C. Ellis, constable bond for District 4; 3 Dec 1894

473†† D. T. Stavely, W. L. Stavely, O. N. Pearl, constable bond for District 11; 3 Dec 1894

475†† poor house commissionerís report for Nov. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyt, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Rachel Melton, Melinda Wyatt, Clyde Peppers, Lucie Peppers, Jane Holman, Alice Holman, Moriah Green, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman, Eva Meadows, Gracey Scott, Pomp Mallory, Richard Gibson, Jane Hicks (16 days and is dead)

475†† yearsí provisions for Mrs. Kansas A. Powers, widow of J. S. Powers, by commissioners R. Steel, J. F. Bishop, J. P. Bedwell; 8 Sep 1894

476†† sale of the estate of J. S. Powers on 17 Sep 1894 by administrator R. E. Thomas; buyers included Henry Powers, John Nolin, George Moore, Jeff Moore, John Brandon, John Broadus, Charles Covington, Sam Wickham, J. R. Ellis, J. B. Jaxon, Lee Lowery, Ed McCracken, Walter Minor, Bob Lyle, H. J. Thomas, C. L. Powers, Mrs. J. S. Powers

477†† will of James A. Lowery:daughters Daisy Lowery, Carrie Lowery, Margie Lowery, Sallie Lowery (all under age 21, who will reach age 21 in 5, 7, 9 & 15 years) to share a $500 note made by T. J. Lowery, R. L. Lowery & G. W. Lowery; daughters and mother-in-law to share all household goods and remainder of estate; executor and guardian is J. H. Buckingham; wit:W. W. Patterson, R. L. Lowery; written 2 Nov 1894, proven Dec. term 1894

477†† W. H. Trinkle, oath as deputy surveyor; 10 Dec 1894

478††††† settlement with E. M. Miles, executor of Mrs. E. P. Cherry; 20 Dec 1894

478††††† additional inventory of Lucy J. Ford by administrator J. W. Ford

479†† poor house commissionerís report for Dec. 1894 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyt, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Mart Chadwick, Mrs. Chadwick, Melinda Wyatt, Clyde Peppers, Lucile Peppers, Rachel Melton, Eva Meadows, Richard Gibson, Pomp Mallory, Gracey Scott, Mariah Gray, Harriet Hillman (15 days & dead), Jane Holman (15 days & gone), Alice Holman (15 days & gone)

480†† sale of the estate of the heirs of J. J. Spiceland by guardian M. O. Hicks on 3 Dec 1894; buyers included B. F. Burgess, Clark Dillon, A. T. Bilbry, W. N. Cherry, Spurlin Sills, Mrs. S. J. Spiceland, A. L. Ellis, Harry Sills, Tom Morgan, C. Stalls, Hardy Sills, Bob Sills, C. G. Wiggins, Tom Pettit, Ada Sills, Tom Herndon, Dr. Suddith, R. L. Wallace, Tobe Morgan, Willie Spiceland, West Blane, Eph Bilbry, James Byrd, C. Spiceland, Bill Allen

482†† 1894 annual report of G. W. McElroy, county trustee

486†† E. P. Martin, T. J. Weaver, H. A. Armstead, J. C. Steger, notary public bond; 7 Jan 1895

486†† sale of the estate of Mrs. Jeffers by administrator W. H. Green; buyers included George Williams, J. N. Atkins, N. M. Free, Claud Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Green, G. T. Hogan, Sandy West, J. H. Free, Mack Butts, W. H. Green, William Lahiff, J. C. Green, Robert Wilson, J. B. Atkins, John Gillum

487†† J. G. Robertson, E. G. Sexton, G. C. Robertson, John Allan, J. L. Daugherty, oath as work house commissioners; 11 Jan 1895

488†† T. P. Kenada, S. W. Kenada, S. S. Stamper, T. M. Clardy, D. A. Norfleet, T. J. Weaver, constable bond for District 3; 15 Jan 1895

489†† Smith Crockarell, J. B. Crockarell, J. T. Reynolds, G. W. McElroy, constable bond for District 5; 17 Jan 1895

491†† J. L. Coleman, T. J. Brandon, J. H. Weaks, Ike G. Waggoner, Stanly Coleman, ferry bond for the lower ferry at Dover; 23 Jan 1895

492†† G. M. Lemaster, S. C. Lewis, J. H. Weaks, work house superintendentís bond; 14 Jan 1895

492†† Alex Bagwell, oath as public guardian & administrator; 7 Feb 1895

493†† poor house commissionerís report for Jan. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyt, Frank Wofford, William Candler, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Melinda Wyatt, Clyde Peppers, Lucie Peppers, Gracey Scott, Pomp Mallory, Alf Palmer, Richard Gibson, Mariah Gray, Eva Meadows, Willie Mohon (10 days)

494††††† inventory of the estate of J. A. Lowery by exectuor J. H. Buckingham; 23 Feb 1895

495††††† inventory of the estate of William Varner by administrator R. J. Varner; Feb 1895

496†† poor house commissionerís report for Feb. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyt, Frank Wofford, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Melinda Wyatt, Clyde Peppers, Lucie Peppers, Willie Mohon, Pomp Mallory (blind), Gracey Scott (insane), Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, Eva Meadows, John Candler (20 days & dead); collected $5.00 from Tom Hicks for Jane Hicksí things he took from the poor house

496†† poor house commissionerís report for Mar. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, W. L. Boyt, Frank Wofford, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Malinda Hogan, Clyde Peppers, Lucie Peppers, Mollie Mohon, Rachel Melton, Eva Meadows, Mariah Gray, Gracey Scott, Pomp Mallory (blind), Sanders Barbee, Alf Palmer; paid $8.00 for coffin & burying Richard Gibson

497†† J. C. Carney, S. D. Scarborough, J. B. Walter, R. J. Varner, William Sawyer, ferry bond for the upper ferry at Dover; 6 Apr 1895

498†† yearsí provisions for Mrs. Judith Tombs, widow of T. D. Tombs, by commissioners W. W. Patterson, R. E. Thomas, R. Steel

498†† will of Lewis Wright Moreland:Noel Stewart, who has lived with him for the last 4 years, gets livestock, crops & farming implements; half-sister Laney Moreland & Noel Stewart get pork & corn to live on, and are to divide household & kitchen furniture; executor D. D. P. Phillips is to erect tombstones over the graves of his mother Priscilla Moreland and his brother James Berry Moreland; wit:W. A. West, C. A. Wolfe; written 19 Oct 1894, proven April 1895 term

500††††† inventory of the estate of L. W. Moreland by executor D. D. P. Phillips; 17 Apr 1895

501†† poor house commissionerís report for Apr. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Henry Sills, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Malinda Wyatt, Mariah Gray, Rachel Melton, Eva Meadows (discharged), Pomp Mallory, Gracey Scott (insane), Clyde Peppers (discharged), Lucie Peppers (discharged), Alf Palmer, Sanders Barbee; W. L. Boyt died (coffin furnished by Allen Robertson)

501††††† additional inventory of the estate of L. W. Moreland on 30 May 1895 by executor D. D. P. Phillips

502†† S. B. Woodson, S. C. Lewis, justice of the peace bond; 25 May 1895

503†† final settlement with T. J. Brandon, administrator of N. Brandon; 24 May 1895

504††††† settlement with Liney Eldridge, administrator of Thomas Johnson; 6 May 1895

504†† will of M. E. Bishop:all property goes to Cora Johnson Stanfield, including quilts, linens, gold jewelry; wit:Blanch L. Fletcher, Charles Stacker; written 29 Aug 1892

505†† sale of the estate of C. Westerman on 3 May 1895 by administrator J. M. Sexton; buyers included Jane Westerman, A. Stout, G. W. Butler, J. M. Williams, Henry Townsend, W. E. McGee, R. Rutland, Henry Lawrence, Irwin Melton, R. M. Hood, C. Robertson, Eppie Nolen, Cal Coy, H. A. Carney, William Lyons, E. T. Gist, W. D. Stavely, B. F. Sizemore, William Rumfelt, C. L. Wofford, W. H. Cox

508†† poor house commissionerís report for May 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Henry Sills, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Mariah Gray, Willie Mohorn, Rachel Melton, Malinda Wyatt, Gracey Scott, Alf Palmer, Sanders Barbee, William Pearson, Mariah Green, Pomp Mallory

509†† final settlement with E. G. Sexton, executor of James Campbell; paid to J. M. Sexton, guardian for Joe Campbell; 3 Jun 1895

509††††† statement of Alex Bagwell, public guardian; receipts for George Evans (minor heir of Richard Evans), Willie Hart (minor heir of Henry Hart), Coleman Quinn, Matildy Meadows, James E. Lee & Joseph C. Lee (minors of S. C. Lee), heirs of Starkie Vinson, Charlie Spiceland, Mollie Spiceland, Euna Spiceland & Seaman Spiceland (minor heirs of J. J. Spiceland)

511†† will of Peter T. Wofford:wife Sallie V. Wofford gets home tract in District 11 as long as she lives there; wife Sallie is not to take any of her children into the house to live with her; after death of wife Sallie, land is to be sold and $200 of the proceeds to go to Dr. J. H. Scarborough; executor is R. Biggs; wit:W. T. Hart, G. H. Largent, T. J. Brandon; written 4 Mar 1895; codicil written 21 May 1895 directs enough money to Landon Scarborough to buy himself a horse, bridle & saddle, and directs $100 to Mrs. Mary Bufford; wit: T. J. Brandon, S. D. Scarborough, G. W. McElroy; will proven June 1895 term

513†† poor house commissionerís report for June 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Henry Sills, Mariah Gray, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Malinda Wyatt, Alice Wyatt & baby, Mariah Green, Alf Palmer, Willie Mohon, Gracey Scott (insane), William Pearson, Sanders Barbee, Moriah Williams, Pomp Mallory (blind)

514††††† inventory of the estate of G. S. Wilson by administrator R. E. S. Wilson; 22 Jun 1895

514†† Lucy D. Killebrew, administratrix of I. G. Killebrew, reports inventory of the estate as a crop of tobacco grown in 1894, estimated to weigh 7,000 pounds

514†† yearsí provisions for Mrs. I. G. Killebrew by commissioners D. A. Norfleet, L. T. Hewell, D. D. Low, who find nothing of value to set aside, allotting $300 plus $50 out of the tobacco crop

515††††† inventory of the estate of D. G. Cherry by Y. W. Cherry, guardian to the heirs; 16 Oct 1895

515†† E. A. Scarborough, S. D. Scarborough, J. H. Weaks, justice of the peace bond; 5 Aug 1895

516†† poor house commissionerís report for July 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Alice Wyatt & baby, Malinda Wyatt, Mariah Green, Sanders Barbee, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, William Pearson, Rachel Melton, Gracey Scott, Sumery Williams, Henry Sills, Pomp Mallory (blind) Ė died after 7 days, Willie Mohon (6 days & gone)

517†† J. P. Weaks, J. G. Robertson, liquor license bond; Jul 1895

518†† H. F. Robertson, W. W. Brandon, G. C. Robertson, liquor license bond; Jul 1895

519†† G. H. Byrd records ear mark of stock; 19 Aug 1895

519†† Aaron Acree, Newman Brandon, ferry bond at Tobaccoport; 3 Sep 1895

519†† poor house commissionerís report for Oct. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Henry Sills, Frank Wofford, Rachel Melton, Malinda Wyatt, Mart Chadwick (blind), Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, Sumery Williams, Emily Vickers, Alla Vickers, Susan Chadwick, Gracey Scott (insane)

520†† final settlement with T. W. Lewis, administrator of W. T. Lewis; mentions costs for fencing grave yard, payment to Mrs. Lewis as 1/6 interest of heirs; 14 Aug 1895

520††††† inventory of Lott Carney by administratrix Nellie Carney; 22 Aug 1895

521†† poor house commissionerís report for Aug. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Henry Sills, Mart Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Malinda Wyatt, Alf Palmer, Susan Chadwick, Emily Vickers, Alla Vickers, Mariah Gray, S. Williams, Gracey Scott (insane), Alice Wyatt & baby, William Pearson, Sanders Barbee (7 days & dead)

522††††† petition for division of school districts 11, 12 & 43, made Jan. term 1895, granted April term 1895

522††††† settlement with R. E. S. Wilson, administrator of G. S. Wilson; 2 Nov 1895

522††††† settlement with A. Bagwell, executor of Harriet Wall; according to the will, the balance of the estate goes to N. A. Wall; 2 Nov 1895

523†† D. R. Allbritton, I. E. Albritton, J. T. Marlow, liquor license bond; 1 Oct 1895

524†† H. F. Robertson, Woods Robertson, liquor license bond; 1 Oct 1895

525†† P. P. Fitzhugh, E. G. Sexton, T. J. Brandon, poor house overseerís bond; 21 Oct 1895

526†† J. P. Weaks, E. G. Sexton, liquor license bond; 2 Oct 1895

527†† W. Glazer & Co., liquor license bond; 9 Oct 1895

528†† annual report of poor house commissioners for the year ending 30 Sep 1895

529†† poor house commissionerís report for Sep. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Henry Sills, Rachel Melton, Malinda Wyatt, Alla Vickers, Mariah Gray, Margaret Vickers, Sumer Williams, Alf Palmer, Alice Wyatt, Gilbert Wyatt, Gracey Scott (insane)

529††††† division of School District 48 on the Houston Co. line, so as to include the residences of F. Livingston, Lee Weaks, W. B. Weaks, and running along the dividing ridge between Elk and Cross Creeks

530†† B. F. Dunlap, J. W. Stout, J. W. Rice, J. C. Steger, W. M. Brandon, E. G. Sexton, L. Herndon, constable bond for District 9; 1 Nov 1895

532†† will of Willis Whitford:begins with a recount of items already given to his children

††††† W. C. Whitford has already been given a tract of land in Dist. 7 for the benefit of his minor heirs, $261.40 cash, $20 cash sent him while in Texas, and a horse, bridle & saddle when he married;

††††† daughter Clementine Geurin has already received $150, bed, bedstead, bed clothing, and a heifer;

††††† Martha McElroy has already received the land on which she lives, plus a bed, bedstead, bed clothing, and a heifer when she married;

††††† Tennessee Rowlett has already received the land on which she lives, plus a bed, bedstead, bed clothing, and a heifer;

††††† Missouri Fitzhugh has already received a bed and bed clothing, and $20

††††† James W. Whitford has already received a horse, bridle & saddle, and $200

††††† David Whitford has already received a horse, bridle & saddle, and the Taylor tract of land in Dist. 10 on Short Creek & Tennessee River

††††† Thomas H. Whitford has already received a horse, bridle & saddle, and the A. W. Sexton tract in Dist. 10 on Standing Rock Creek

 

††††† son J. W. Whitford is to receive $100

††††† minor children Willis Henry Whitford & Sallie Ann Whitford to receive the home tract of land after the death of his wife

††††† Palmer tract of land in Dist. 10 on Standing Rock Creek, along with all household & kitchen furniture, to be sold after the death of his wife, with the proceeds equally divided among all his children except W. C. Whitford

††††† Executors are John W. Rowlett and James Whitford

††††† Witnesses were T. J. Brandon and E. G. Sexton

††††† Will written 31 May 1887

††††† Codicil written 21 Sep 1891, stipulating that the home tract of land be divided, with Sallie Ann having the upper part including the dwelling, spring, crib & stables, and Willis Henry having the lower part, adjoining Rowlett

††††† Will proven in open court on 21 Nov 1895

534††††† inventory and sale of the estate of G. Lehman by administrator H. A. Armstead; 30 Nov 1895; buyers included Doris Lehman, C. W. Lehman, W. W. Allen, S. West, Wait Tucker, Steve Tucker, J. H. Byrd, W. J. Gilman, W. B. Halliday, William Wilson, Love Tucker, Ruth Lehman, W. F. Rorie, Henry Mann, Fred Lehman, W. P. Gibbs, John Moon, Charles Givens, J. E. Moore, J. T. Travis, J. T. Nance, W. D. Moore, R. W. Bellamy, R. O. Edmondson, W. D. Norfleet

535††††† inventory of the estate of Willis Whitford by executor J. W. Whitford; 23 Nov 1895

536†† poor house commissionerís report for Nov. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Frank Wofford, Henry Sills, Rachel Melton, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Alla Vickers, Nollie Vickers, Emiline Vickers, Mariah Gray, Samara Williams, Alf Palmer, Gracey Scott (insane), Malinda Wyatt (5 days & dead)

537††††† additional inventory of the estate of J. W. Parker by administrator W. H. Ryan; 28 Nov 1795

538††††† settlement with W. A. McCraw, administrator of Mrs. Sallie Boyd; payments to Celia Rossman, Bobie Boyd, Lelia Crittenden, Mary Boyd; balance of the estate goes to Mary Boyd, according to will, and W. A. McCraw was appointed her guardian; 16 Dec 1895

539†† E. G. Sexton, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, H. H. Tharpe, W. H. Dillon, J. A. McGee, J. A. Cole, W. D. Stavely, J. C. Steger, J. W. Stout, Chris Gansner, trusteeís bond for the collection of county taxes; 12 Sep 1895

540†† E. G. Sexton, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, H. H. Tharpe, W. H. Dillon, J. A. McGee, J. A. Cole, W. D. Stavely, J. C. Steger, J. W. Stout, Chris Gansner, trusteeís bond for the collection of state taxes; 12 Sep 1895

542†† E. G. Sexton, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, H. H. Tharpe, W. H. Dillon, J. A. McGee, J. A. Cole, W. D. Stavely, J. C. Steger, J. W. Stout, Chris Gansner, trusteeís bond for the collection of school taxes; 12 Sep 1895

543†† E. G. Sexton, R. Biggs, H. H. McGee, H. H. Tharpe, W. H. Dillon, J. A. McGee, J. A. Cole, W. D. Stavely, J. C. Steger, J. W. Stout, Chris Gansner, trusteeís bond for the collection of highway taxes; 12 Sep 1895

545†† G. W. Clinard, J. D. Tanner, M. A. Bryant, P. D. Skinner, R. J. Varner, W. M. Brandon, J. I. Tippit, E. B. Shepherd, J. H. Varner, constable bond for District 3; 20 Nov 1895

546†† oath of Charles Bruton, deputy register; 6 Jan 1896

547†† J. P. Weaks, J. G. Robertson, liquor license bond; 1 Jan 1896

548†† D. R. Albritton, Ike Albritton, liquor license bond; 1 Jan 1896

549†† Wolf Glazer, J. W. Stout, liquor license bond; 9 Jan 1896

550†† H. F. Robertson, liquor license bond; 1 Jan 1896

551†† J. L. Coleman, J. Stanly Coleman, Ike G. Waggoner, T. J. Brandon, J. H. Weaks, ferry bond for the lower ferry at Dover; 9 Jan 1896

551†† poor house commissionerís report for Dec. 1895 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Henry Sills, Frank Wofford, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Emiline Vickers, Alla Vickers, Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, Samara Williams, Charley Barker, Gracey Scott (insane)

552††††† inventory of the estate of I .G. Killebrew by administratrix Lucy D. Killebrew; 1895

553†† annual report of County Court Chairman J. G. Robertson

556†† yearsí provisions for Mrs. Fannie Harris, widow of W. W. Harris, by commissioners W. T. Thomas, T. W. Lewis Jr., R. L. Lowery; 21 Sep 1895

556††††† inventory of the notes and accounts of the estate of Willis Whitford by executor J. W. Whitford; 4 Jan 1896

557†† G. W. Bufford, S. D. Scarborough, T. J. Brandon, T. R. Martin, Charles Coppedge, coronerís bond; 14 Jan 1896

558†† G. M. Lemaster, W. M. Brandon, J. W. Stout, work house superintendentís bond; 14 Jan 1896

558†† oaths of J. M. Allan, E. G. Sexton, J. G. Robertson, work house commissioners; 14 Jan 1896

559††††† inventory of the estate of P. T. Wofford by executor R. Biggs; 24 Jan 1896

559†† S. B. Crain, W. S. Sexton, J. L. Coleman, E. G. Sexton, work house superintendentís bond; 4 Feb 1896

560††††† inventory of notes and accounts of the estate of D. H. Gatlin by administrator T. J. Brandon

562†† sale of the estate of D. H. Gatlin on 1 Feb 1896; buyers included T. O. Wilkinson, Mrs. D. H. Gatlin, T. M. Phillips, G. A. Miles, O. N. Pearl, H. P. Ables, W. P. Byrd, T. H. Crutcher, W. A. McCraw, J. T. Whaley, G. W. Jackson, J. R. Blanton, S. C. Dillon, Joe Shemwell, Robert Gatlin

563†† yearsí provisions for Mrs. D. H. Gatlin by commissioners B. F. Dunlap, T. M. Rolls, J. S. Jamison; 15 Jul 1896

564††††† allotment of homestead and dower for the widow of D. H. Gatlin; 6 Feb 1896

565†† poor house commissionerís report for Jan. 1896 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Frank Wofford, Henry Sills, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Emily Vickers, Nola Vickers, Alla Vickers, Mariah Gray, Charles Barker, Alf Palmer, Samair Williams, Gracey Scott (insane)

565†† poor house commissionerís report for Feb. 1896 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Frank Wofford, Henry Sills, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Emiline Vickers, Nola Vickers, Alla Vickers, Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, S. Williams, Charley Barker, Gracey Scott (insane)

566†† J. C. Carney, S. D. Scarborough, Charles Coppedge, J. B. Walter, T. R. Martin, ferry bond for the upper ferry at Dover; 6 Mar 1896

566†† Henry Shemwell records ear mark of stock; 23 Mar 1896

567†† final settlement with S. C. Lewis, administrator of Mrs. Sallie Vinson; equal payments to Mrs. Hutchinson, Mrs. Clark, W. D. Manning; 9 Mar 1896

568††††† inventory and sale of the estate of W. D. Stavely; buyers included Mary Stavely, H. H. McGee, Herman Stavely, W. H. Rumfelt, Sid Stavely, J. M. Williams, Irving Melton, Dave Largent, J. H. Martin, Nick Gansner, George Largent, John Tubbs, Al Hilliard, B. F. Sizemore, R. E. Rumfelt, T. H. Lancaster, E. R. Cherry, Cal Coy, Tom Sikes, A. N. Mobley, Tom Daugherty, Dawson Wofford, James Broadway, Sam Whitehead, Nathan Pearl, Tom Crutcher, Clark Dillon, B. H. Hobing, Mrs. Fisher, R. S. Cowan, G. W. Settle, John Robertson, Robert Melton, Bud Brigham, James Farless, Henry Hettenhouse, Daniel Keynes, John Massie; 24 Mar 1896

572†† D. R. Allbritton, Ike Albritton, J. P. Weaks, liquor license bond; 1 Apr 1896

573†† J. P. Weaks, D. R. Allbritton, liquor license bond; 1 Apr 1896

574†† poor house commissionerís report for Mar. 1896 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Henry Sills, Frank Wofford, Emiline Vickers, Alla Vickers, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Alf Palmer, Mariah Gray, S. Williams, Rachel Melton, Gracey Scott (insane); coffin furnished for burial of Charles Barker

575†† J. C. Steger, J. M. Allan, Charles Coppedge, revenue commissionersí oath; 31 Mar 1896

575††††† settlement with Jessie Ross, executor of Samuel Ross; 27 Mar 1896

576†† Wolfe Glazer, J. W. Stout, liquor license bond; 9 Apr 1896

577†† H. A. Causey, J. M. Taylor, L. A. Jobe, W. E. McGee, justice of the peace bond; 3 Apr 1896

578††††† settlement with J. I. Tippit, administrator of Joseph Tippit; balance of estate to be paid to the guardian of the minor heirs M. C. McGregor

578††††† settlement with R. E. Thomas, administrator of W. W. Harris; 15 Apr 1896

579†† H. F. Robertson, G. C. Robertson, liquor license bond; 22 Apr 1896

580††††† inventory of Maggie Durrwachter by guardian Gus Johnson; 23 Apr 1896

580†† poor house commissionerís report for Apr. 1896 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Henry Sills, Frank Wofford, Mart Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Gracey Scott (insane), Alla Vickers, Emily Vickers, Sumar Williams, Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Mary Johnson

581†† W. A. Downs, Allen Mullens, Joseph Ferguson, ferry bond for the Cross Creek ferry; 4 May 1896

582†† final settlement with Mrs. Mahala McGregor, administratrix of N. E. McGregor; 19 May 1896

583†† poor house commissionerís report for May 1896 by R. A. McElroy, J. L. Daugherty, W. H. Sikes; residents were Ed Allen, Frank Wofford, Henry Sills, Martin Chadwick, Susan Chadwick, Rachel Melton, Gracey Scott (insane), Mariah Gray, Alf Palmer, Sumara Williams, Charlie Barker (dead), Mary Johnson (10 days and put in jail)

583†† final settlement with Lucy Eldridge, administratrix of Thomas Johnson; $6.93 each to heirs George Johnson, Jane Black, William Johnson, John Johnson, Cave Johnson, Thomas May, Nancy Johnson, except Cave Johnson who has received more than his share of the estate; 6 May 1896

584†† final settlement with Mrs. V. A. Atkins, administratrix of W. J. Atkins; one heir at law, a son of W. J. & V. A. Atkins, received $637.09; 16 May 1896

585†† final settlement with E. G. Sexton, executor of H. Jackson; 16 Jun 1896

586††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Mrs. M. A. Griffin by administrator B. F. Edwards on 26 Jun 1896; buyers included D. L. Howell, B. F. Edwards, J. M. Thweatt, George Manners, R. Griffin, P. Gibbs, A. Bagwell

586††††† settlement with B. F. Edwards, administrator of Mrs. M. A. Griffin; 26 Jun 1896