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John B Allen Estate
Transcribed by Nicki Osborne, August 23, 1999


Articles Sold Purchasers Amt
1 Negro woman D.L. Brown $1430.00
1 Grindstone Jas. M. _eutchins $2.65
1 Loom John Biggs $5.00
1 clock Wm. H. Harrison $6.00
1 Clock Mrs. Allen $19.00
Wesleys works C. Foldecap $2.50
Josephus Simon Gims $.60
1 lot of Books C.G. Hines $.50
Poasit Rockey Mountain Wesley Allen $.60
Mess.& Patent-o Reports T.J. Portwood $.55
1 Lot Books C.G. Hines $1.00
1 Small Washpot Nancy Allen $2.00
1 Large Kettle C. Beachamp $11.00
1 pr. Steelyards D.L. Brown $1.50
1 Hogshead J.F. Rook $.55
1 Wagon Jas. Fenasen $45.50
1 Lot Old Irons John A. Wassen $4.35
1 Cross Cut Saw B.E. Oldham $5.20
1 Plow Singletree Wm. C. McWhorter $2.75
1 Plow Singletree Green Conn $4.00
1 Plow Singletree T.G. Conn $3.75
(the above and below was in 2 colums side by side, this is the start of the 2nd column across from the 1st sale of the Negro woman)
$1549.00
1 Spade & Shovel C.G. Hines $1.75
1 D H Shovel John Biggs $1.00
2 Gniblring Hoes John Biggs $1.67
2 Iron Wedges T.G. Conn $1.15
2 Old Axes John Biggs $.70
2 Plows & Singletree John A. Wassen $3.85
3 Plows T.G. Conn $5.15
1 Brier Hook Wm. Tipton Sr. $. 87 1/2
1 Scraper W.W. Sinclair $2.00
1 Harnes W.J. Bridges $2.10
1 Harnes D.L. Brown $4.00
1 Lot Hems Teeth C.G. Hams $4.25
1 Solid Sweet D.L. Brown $.85
1 Solid Sweet T.G. Conn $1.05
1 Solid Sweet W.J.N. Bridges $.90
2 Solid Sweets Jno. Standard $1.25
2 Weeding Hoes C.G. Hams $1.25
2 Weeding Hoes W.M. Preuitt $.30
2 Weeding Hoes Jas. J. Fondren $1.20
1 Com Sheller B.T. Clark $10.00
--494--
360 Acres Land J.A.P. Campbell $2500.00
1 Large Hog John C. Coxe $23.00
1 Cow Calf D.C. Allen $11.50
1 Cow Calf Wm.C. McWhorter $14.00
1 Cow Calf J.J. Fondren $11.00
1 Bull John A. Wassen $10.00
1 Young Heifer C. Beachamp $7.00
1 Young Red Steer G.R. Barnes $7.00
1 White Cow & Calf B.M. Sellars $4.50
1 White Cow & Calf John M. H~t~ $10.00
1 Sow & 7 Pigs D.C. Allen $8.00
1 Spotted Sow ~.G. Hudson $10.50
1 White Sow C.G. Hams $4.50
1 White Spot. Sow & 8 Pigs D.O. Lewis $12.00
1 Black Sow & 5 Pigs F.G. Needham $7.55
1 Red Spot Sow C.G. Harris $4.75
1 Listed Sow N.G. Hudson $4.50
1 Lot Sheep & 5 1st Chi~~ E.L. Nash $11.00
1 Lot Sheep & 5 2nd Chi~~ L.M. Nash $10.50
1 Lot Sheep & 5 3rd Chi~~ E.L. Nash $9.00
1 Lot Sheep & 5 4th Chi~~ G.R. Barnes $8.25
1 Lot Sheep & 5 5th Chi~~ W.J. Fredsen? $6.00
1 Lot Sheep & 5 6th Chi~~ Wm. M. Cottsele $5.75
1 Lot Sheep & 5 7th Chi~~ " " " $5.00
1 Pen Hogs No.1, 6 head D.C. Allen $39.65
1 " " " 2, 4 " Wm. C. McWhorter $32.00
1 " " " 3, 3 " Dr. O. Lewis $16.00
1 " " " 4, 6 " Mrs. N. Allen $27.50
1 " " " 5, 4 " G.R. Barnes $20.00
1 " " " 6, 6 " E.L. Nash $20.00
1 " " " 7, 4 " S.J. Flanagan $13.00
1 Roan Mule W.C. McWhorter $180.00
1 Black Mule T.G. Conn $170.00
1 Mas~se Mule J.F. Simpson $140.00
(next column across from the 1st entry of 360 acres)
1 Sorrel Mule Wm. H. Harrison $135.00
1 Bay Filly Daniel Allen $105.00
1 Bay Colt T.N. Harris $50.00
1 Lot Corn 25 bu. 99 c B.A. Clark $24.00
1 " " " " 96 c " " "
1 " " " " 97 c " " "
1 " " " " 98 c " " "
1 Stack Fodder F.G. Campbell ?
1 " " " " ?
1 Lot Harness J.A.P. Campbell $28.00
1 Rifle Gun R. Solomon $7.50
1 Cradle W.B. Allen $.70
1 Cradle D.C. Allen $4.40
1 Scythe & Cradle F.G. Needham $. 25
1 Pr. Sheep Shears C.G. Harris $.75
1 " " " D.C. Allen $.50
1 Broad Axe " " $2.25
1 Hand Axe Jas Bridges $1.00
1 Lot Planes D.C. Allen $1.75
1 Auger 8/4 T.W. Harris $.70
1 Lot Auger (4) A.T. Allen $1.25
1 Lot Chisels C.G. Harris $.70
1 Draw Knife Jas Bridges $1.05
1 Food Adze & 2 Saws Z.B. Portwood $1.26
1 Froc 2 Square D.C. Allen $.75
1 Pr. Match Planes A.G. Buffkins $2.50
4 Halter Chain E.L. Nash $1.55
2 Pr. Plow Gees D.L. Brown $1.50
1 Bee Gum C. Beachamp $2.10
1 " " " " $3.50
1 Silver Watch D.C. Allen $22.25
Carried Over $4957.36
Sum to Subscribed in open court this 19th day of November AD 1860 E.M. Wells Judge } Amos T. Allen Examined and ordered to secend, Done in open court this 20th day of November AD 1860 E.M. Wells Judge Recorded this 25th day of November AD 1860. M.A. Clark Clerk

 

Estate of John B. Allen deceased

To the Hon. Saml. Young Judge of the probate court of the county Attala and state of Mississippi. The undersigned commisioners appointed by this _eon? court at the last Jany. term thereof and or de-ed and directed among other things to divid the personal estate of John B. Allen deceased among his legal heirs. To assertaine each heirs share agreelby to the last of the descents and to allot to said heirs their respective shares thereof .__g learn respectfully to respons. That pursuing the instructions contained in the commission. When directed, and the rule of the statue in this behalf, they assembled at the home of John Biggs in the said county for the purpose of making said division at the 11th day of February 1861. The heirs of age all being present and those not of age being represented by their guardians, all of whom waived notice hense of this division. San commissioners carosed to be assembled all the Negroes Subjects to division and valued them as follows towit.

Marsthas aged about 11 years. Valued at $1250.00

North aged about 34 years. Valued at $800.00

Emiline aged abt. 8 years. Valued at $800.00

Charles aged abt. 14 years. Valued at $1350.00

Nancy aged abt. 11 years. Valued at $1100.00

Honry aged abt. 5 years. Valued at $500.00

Esther & child aged abt. 17. Valued at $1600.

Sarah aged abt. 14 years. Valued at $1450.00

Lucinda aged abt. 13 years. Valued at $1400.00

Mary aged abt. 12 years. Valued at $1100.00

Agregate amt.

$11,350.00


Amos T. Allen Adminerstrator of said Estate reported assets of the estate subject to distribution. When collected to the amt. of $3050.00 which together with the aggregate value of the negroes makes the sum of $14,400.00 to be equally divided between the heirs 9 in number, giving each heir a share of $1600.00. ____ commissioners then proceed to divid the Negroes into 9 equal shares and designates said share as No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and awarded assets to equalizes the shares as follows.

To Mrs. Nancy A. Allen the allotted & assigned share. No. 1 Martha valued at --- $1250.00 assets --- $ $350. / $1600.

To Amos T. Allen share No. 2 North & Emiline valued at $1600. / $1600.

To Daniel C. Allen share No. 3 Charles valued at $1350. assets $250. = $1600.

To Wesley D. Allen share No. 5 Henry valued at $500. assets $1100. = $1600.

To Tennessee Allen share No. 6 Esther & child valued at $1600.

To Prudence Ann Allen share No. 7 Sarah valued at $1450. assets $150. = $1600.

To Mary E. Allen share No. 8 Lucinda valued at $1400. assets $200. = $1600.

To William B. Allen share No. 9 Mary valued at $1100. assets $500. $1600.


To__ Commissioners having now fully discharged the duties enjoined upon them by said commission and having fully reported their proceedings under and by virtue there of by leave to be discharged given under one hands and seals this 11th day of February AD 1861.

Saml Williams
E.M. Wells
John Biggs

The State of Mississippi>
Attala County>
Personally appeared before on C.H. Camp (?) ____ an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said county Sam Williams, John Biggs & E. M. Wells and made oath that the fore going report contains and honest and faithful and unpartial divisions of the personal estate belonging to the minor heirs of John B. Allen decd. and that they have preformed the duties trust and services required of them in this behalf to the best of their skill and judgement.
Sworn to and subscribed before ) Saml Williams
me this 11th day of Feby. AD 1861 ) E. M. Wells
C.H. Campbell Jr. ) K. John Biggs
We hereby waive the notice required on this division. C. G. Harris Guardian for Mary Elisabeth & W.B. Allen.
Catherine McWhorter & W. C. McWhorter guardian of Tennessee & Prudence Allen.
Amos T. Allen & Amos T. Allen guardian Wesly Allen, D.A. Allen , Nancy Allen. Feb. 11, 1861


Estate Of John B. ALLEN Deceased
State Of Mississippi
Attala County

To John A STEPHENS, Calvin BEACHAMP & John BIGGS. Greeting
This is to autorize you jointly to appraise the good chattels an opeersonal Estate of Maj. John B. ALLEN late of said county deceased, so far as the same shall come to your sight and knowledge. Each of you having first taken the oath as affirmation here to annexed a certificate whereof you are to return annexed to an Inventory of the said good chattels and personal estate by you appraised in Dollars and cents, and in the said Inventory you are to set down in a column or columns opposite to each article the value thereof.
Witness Hon. E.M. WELLS Judge of Probates of said county & State this 3rd Monday of May AD 1860. Issued the 21st day of May AD 1860.
M.A. CLARK Clerk

We John G. STEPHENS, Calvin BEACHAMP & John BIGGS do swear or affirm that we will well and truly without partially or prejudice, value and appraise the good chattels and personal estate of Major John B. ALLEN Deceased. So far as the same shall come to our sight and knowledge, and will in all respect perform our duty as appraisers to the best of our knowledge, skill and judgement. So help us God.
Sworn to Subscribe before me this 25th day of May AD 1860
Calvin BEACHAMP
J.G. STEPHENS
John BIGGS
Paul CAGLE J.P. (seal)

Report of Appraisement in Book A of Appraisement

Report Sale of Land

To the Hon. E.M. WELLS Judge of Probates of Attala County in the State of Mississippi.
The undersigned Guardian of the person and estate of Wesley D. ALLEN, a minor of said county begs leave respectfully to report, that in pursuant to the decree of this Honorable court made at the September term 1859 thereof directing and authorizing him to sell certain lands tenement and hereditaments of his said Ward ~itual lying and being in said county certain orig by estimation 360 acres, and fully descended in S~~ decree, this guardian gave public notice by advertisement posted and published according to law, and direction of said decree, as it will fully appear by reference the proofs marked exhibit - A herewith and prayed W~be made a part of this report, that he would on the 15th day of November AD 1860 sell said lands tenements and heredetaments in the manner and on the terms required by said decree and the statute, on the premises, that Term said Guardian did of tenwards with in the 15th day of November 1860 at the place last aforesaid between the heirs of 12:00 AM and 5:00 PM when and where ~~~ assembled several of the next of kin of said wards. The Co heirs as well as ~~~ other persons then and there expose at public outcry for sale to the highest bidder. All of the said lands, tenements, on a credit of one and two years - and after ~und~y bids thereupon made J.A.P. CAMPBELL bid for the said premises the sum of $6.94 4/9 cents per acre amounting in this aggregate to the sum of $2500.00 which being the highest and best bid made for the said premises. The same were thereupon struck off w/him and he was declared the purchaser thereof. That it said J.A.P. CAMPBELL has since the day of sale signed sealed and delivered to this guardian a bind forth purchase m~ney with J.M. DAVIS and C. B. GALLAWAY as his Securities, and this guardian believing said bond in dice form and the said security good and ample prays confirmation of said sale, and an order for a deed to said purchaser all of which is respectively submitted on November 19, 1860.
Amos T. ALLEN
Guardian

Exhibit A on the following page.
p.492

Sale of Land
The State of Mississippi
Attala County

Before me E.M. WELLS Judge of Probates in and for said county personally appeared A. G. OBRIEN publisher of a public newspaper printed and published in the terin of Kosciusko in said county and state called the Attala Democrat, who being duly sworn, did deposit and say. That publication of the notice hereunto affixed had been made in the said newspaper for 4 successive weeks as follows towit in No. 23 dated Oct. 5, 1860 in No. 24 dated Oct. 12, 1860, In No. 25 dated Oct. 19, 1860. In No. 26 dated Oct. 26, 1860, In No. 27 dated Nov. 2, 1860, In No. 28 dated Nov. 9, 1860, said publications beginning on the 5th day of Oct. AD 1860, and ending on the 9th day of Nov. AD 1860. Guardian Sale
Pursuant to a decree of the Probate court of Attala county, State of Mississippi. Made at the September term AD 1860 thereof the undersigned Guardian of the person and estate of Wesley D. ALLEN, will on Thursday the 15th day of November 1860, sell at public auction to the highest bidder on a a credit of one and two years from the day of sale on the premises between the hours prescribed by law all the following lands belonging to the heirs of John B. ALLEN deceased. Situated lying and being on said county, and known by it numbers as the southeast quarter and south east quarter of north east quarter of section 26, and south west quarter of section 25, all in Township 15 Range 7 east containing 360 acres. Said lands will be sold Subject to the widows dower and subject to the lein prescribed by statue and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to give bind or bond for the sum in sums bid with approved security.
Amos T. ALLEN
Guardian
Oct. 5, 1860 5.W.
Sworn to subscribed before me on the 19th day of November AD 1860
A.G. OBRIEN
J.E.M. WELLS Judge of Probates for said county do hereby certify that the number of the several papers containing publication above mentioned and affixed have been produced before me and compared with said copy. ~~ that I have found the same and the proofs thereof to be truly and correctly made. Given under my hand and seal this 19th day of
November AD 1860
E.M. WELLS Judge Probates

Guardianship of Mary E. ALLEN A Minor

An inventory of the Estate of Mary Elizaabeth ALLEN, a minor heir of John B. ALLEN deceased, now in the hand and possession of Cullen G. HARRIS Guardian ~ (~~) One negro girl, dark color about 14 years old. Appraised by Cam. at $1400.00

The State of Mississippi
Attala County
In the Probate Court of said county, May Term 1861, Personally appeared Cullen G. HARRIS, Guardian of Mary Elizabeth ALLEN, a minor heir of John B. ALLEN, decd., who being duly sworn deposit and sayeth that the above inventory contains a true and correct list of all the property that has come to his hands, or possession, Sworn to in open court this 20th day of May, 1861, before me, T.D. SALLIS, clerk
Examinrd, approved and A~gend to Record May 20, 1861 Sam Ganny JU~~~
Recorded May 31, 1861
T.D. SALLIS, ~~
B. S. E. WILSON, Deputy

Annual account of C.G. HARRIS Guardian of the person & Est. of M.E. ALLEN. The said guardian charges himself with the followinng servicesus'd on behalf of Mary E. ALLEN. With amount of inventory heretofore ordered to the court for said ward, With this amount uc'd from Nancy ALLEN $50.00

Total amt. uc'd

$50.00

We pray allowance for the following disbursements made on account of said ward.

1 with amt. paid for taxes

$3.50

2 with amt. paid for board Nancy A. ALLEN for 2 years 1861 & 1862 @ $25 a year.

$50.00 & $53.00 toatal amt awarded $53.50

Sworn to & subscribed before me this 16th day of Feb. 1863 T.D. SALLIS & C.G. HARRIS.
Approved, confirmed and ordered to the ~~~~ here in open court, March 16, 1863
J.W. SCARBOROUGH, Judge
Filed 16th Feby & recorded, April 3rd AD 1863
T.D. SALLIS clerk


p. 597 Guardianship of Tennessee ALLEN a Minor

First Annual Account of Wm. C WHORTER Guardian in account with Tennessee ALLEN. Jany. 1, 1862 Reced. part of the hier of Easter, May 13, 1861 Amt ~~tion paid 1861 $2.00 for 1861 $20.00 Amt pd Young .8 acct. no.2 $1.65
Due ward Bal. on heir 1861 $55.00 Amt pd Andersons acct. $ no. 3 $1.57
For heir 1862 up to 20 April/ 62 $18.91 - Amt. pd. Beacham acct. no. 4 $2.72 1/2
$93.94 amt. paid board from Dec.1 1860 to Jany 1, 1862 - $52.00

Amt. paid M.A. CLARK's fees

$3.00

$62.94 1/2

Due minor on acct.

$30.96

$93.90


Account of Wm. C. MCWHORTER Guardian in acct. with Prudence Ann ALLEN his ward.

Heirs Annual Account
No Collection Made - May 13, 1861
Due ward from Sinclair for heir - Amt pd Tentit~~ - 1861 nno.1 $4.00
of Sarah 1861 $120.00 - amt pd Anderson - no.2 - $12.25
For heir of Sarah 1862 - amt pd. Beacham - no. 3 $1.75
Due Jany 1863 $94.00 - amt pd. Board from Dec. 1, 1860 to 1 Jany. 1862 at $4.00 per month -
$52.00

amt pd. M.A. CLARK,

clerk's fee - $3.00

$73.00


Wm. C. MCWHORTER, Guardian

The State of Mississippi Attala County Personally appeared before me M.A. CLARK Deputy Clerk of the Probate Court of said county & Wm. C. MCWHORTER who being duly sworn deposith and saith that the within credit and charges on the account of Tennessee and Prudence Ann ALLEN as stated within are just and true as stated. Sworn & Subscribed before me this 29th day of May AD 1862 - T.D. SALLIS , clerk - Before M.A. CLARK, DC
Wm. C. MCWHORTER
Examined approved and ordered to record, Done in open court May 19, 1862
J.W. SCARBOROUGH, Judge
Recorded this 20th day of May AD 1862
T.D. SALLIS, clerk
By M.A. CLARK , D.C.

p.598

Guardianship of W.D. ALLEN a Minor

An Inventory of the Estate of Wesley D. ALLEN as minor heir of John M. Allen decd. now in the hands and possession of Amos T. ALLEN Guardian. One negro Boy, Copper color aged about 6 years, appraised by Com. at $500.00.

The State of Mississippi
Attala County
In the Probate Court of said county, May Term 1861. Personally appeared Amos T. ALLEN, Guardian of Wesley D. ALLEN, a minor of John B. ALLEN, and who being duly sworn deposith and saith that the above inventory contains a true and correct list of all the property that has come to his hands or possession. Sworn to in open court this 20th of May 1861
Amos T. ALLEN
Before Me T.D. SALLIS, clerk
Examined approved and ordered to record May 20, 1861 Sam YOUNG, Judge
Recorded May 31, 1861
T.D. SALLIS, clerk
by S.C. WILSON, D.C.

p. 599

Guardianship of Prudence ALLEN, a minor.

An Inventory of the estate of Prudence ALLEN, a minor heir of John B. ALLEN, dec'd. now in the hands and possession of the undersigned William C. MCWHORTER her guardian, to wit. One negro girl named Sarah, dark color, aged about 17 years, appraised at $1500.00.

State of Mississippi
Attala County
Personally appeared before me, T.D. SALLIS, clerk of the Probate court of the county and estate aforesaid, William C. MCWHORTER who being sworn deposith and saith that the foregoing contains a correct inventory of all the estate that has come to his hands or possession belonging to his ward Prudence Ann ALLEN. Sworn to and Subscribed before me this 17th day of June AD 1861.
W.C. MCWHORTER
T.D. SALLIS, clerk
by S.G. WILSON, D.C.
Examined approved & ordered to record, done in open court Oct. 3, 1861
Sam YOUNG, Judge
Recorded Nov. 28, 1861
T.D. SALLIS, clerk
by S.E. WILSON, DC

p. 600

Guardianship of William B. ALLEN, a Minor

An Inventory of the Estate of William B. ALLEN, a minor heir of John B. ALLEN, decd., now in the hands and possession of Cullen G. HARRIS, his guardian. One negro girl named Mary, dark color, aged about 12 years, valued by cour at $1100.00.

The State of Mississippi
Attala County
In the Probate Court of said county May Term 1861. Personally appeared Cullen G. HARRIS Guardian of William B. ALLEN, a minor, heir of John B. ALLEN, decd. who being duly sworn deposith and saith that the above inventory ~~~ a correct list of all the property of said minor that has come to his hands or possession. Sworn & Subscribed before on this 20th day of May AD 1861.
C.G. HARRIS
Thomas D. SALLIS, clerk
Examined approved and ordered to record May 24, 1861.
Sam YOUNG, Judge
Recorded May 30, 1861
T.D. SALLIS, clerk
by S.E. WILSON clk.

Annual act of C.G. HARRIS guardian of the person and estate of W.B. ALLEN. He charges himself with the following S~~~ used on acct. of Wm. B. ALLEN namely

Sworn to & subscribed before me ~~~ this 16th day of July 1863
C.G. HARRIS
T.D. SALLIS, CLK
Approved confirmed and ordered to be recorded done in open court March 16, 1863.
J.W. SCARBOROUGH, Judge
Filed February AD 1863 & recorded Apl. 3, AD 1863
T.D. SALLIS, clerk


p. 601

Guardianship of Tennesse ALLEN, a minor

An inventory of the estate of Tennesse ALLEN a minor heir of John B. ALLEN decd. now in the hands and possession of the unassigned William C. MCWHORTER her guardian visi. One negro woman named Easter, dark color, about 19 years of age, and her child named Matilda, dark color aged about 8 months, both together appraised at $1600.00.

State of Mississippi
Attala County
Personally appeared before me T.D. SALLIS clerk of the Probate Court of said county and state aforesaid. William C. MCWHORTER who being duly sworn by me deposith and saith that the above inventory contains a true annd correct list of all the property that has come into his hands or possession belonging to Tennessee ALLEN, his ward. Sworn & Subscribed before me this 17th day of June AD 1861.
W.C. MCWHORTER
T.D. SALLIS, clk
by S.D. WILSON, DC
Examined approved and ordered to record, done in open court Oct. 3, 1861
Sam YOUNG, Judge
Filed June 17th 1861 and Recirded Nov. 28, 1861
T.D. SALLIS, clerk
by S.D. WILSON, DC.

P. 636 - Will Book A

Estate of John B. ALLEN

Amos T. Allen, annual account
Do.. Estate of John B. ALLEN in account with Amos T. ALLEN ad~~ Cr
July Term 1862, He said administrator prays allowances for the following disbursements made on behalf of said estate. The said administrator charges himself with the following reciepts- have by him on behalf of said estate, towit.

1. amt of inventory

$

2. amt. recd of T.W. HARRIS

$23.00

3. Amt Recd of Nancy ALLEN

$50.00

total amt used $ 73.00

We pray, allowance for the following sums disburice

1. Confederate Tax

$3.00

2. Board 2 years 1861 & 1862 @ $25 Gen

$50.00

total & Expenses

$53.00

amount due ward

$20.00

April 2, 1861

pd taxes of 1859

no.1 - $19.81

July 1860

Paid D.B. CONN for Probates a/c

no.2 - $36.71

Paid L. SIMON Balance due on note

no.3- $4.26

Feby 16, 1862

Pd. Jacob GREENWALD probated note & account voucher

no. 4& 5 - $47.55

Jany 21 1861

O. LEWIS probate acct - voucher

no.6 - $ 56.00

O. LEWIS probate account - voucher

no.7 - $29.00

Feby 23, 1861

paid to W.W. FULLILOVE

no.8 - $7.39

paid to C.B. GALLOWAY

no.9 - $11.62

Jay 13, 1861

paid G.C. PEE

no.10 - $15.00

March 18, 1861

paid taxes for 1860

no.11 - $18.78

May 1st, 1862

paid Wm.B. THOMPSON

no.12 - $70.70

March 2, 1861

paid taxes for 1860

no.13 - $6.68

Dec.17, 1860

paid Clark & Webb

no.14 - $26.27

paid Clark & Webb

no.15 - $80.69

Nov. 16, 1861

paid Amos T. Allen

no.16 - $14.66

July 4, 1861

paid Lewis M. NASH Secretary of the board of trustees of Township 15 R 7 East - voucher

no.17 - $11.00

$456.79

due estate $797.36

$1254.15

(2nd column)

May 25, 1860

Cash left decedant

$100.00

July 9, 1860

Proceeds of sale of 20 dozen of oats to C.B. GALLOWAY

$9.00

Nov.26, 1860

100 bushels of corn to Dr. O LEWIS

$100.00

Nov.20, 1860

2070 pounds of fodder

$25.87

Nov.15, 1860

1 note of Nancy ALLEN

$150.00

Nov.20, 1860

10 bee corn to Sam WILLIAMS

$10.00

Nov.20, 1860

898 lbs. of fodder to F.M. CAMPBELL

$11.20

Nov.20, 1860

782 lbs of fodder to T.J. DAVIS

$7.90

Nov.20, 1860

140 bushels of corn to Amos T. ALLEN

$140.00

Feby.13, 1861

Proceeds of sale of 4 bales of cotton weighing 1933 lbs at 10 cents per pound.

$195.30

May 1st, 1862

Cash rec'd. of J.A.P. CAMPBELL on his note given for land belonging to said estate

$403.38

$1254.15


Sworn to & subscribed in this court July 21 AD 1862.
J.W. SCARBOROUGH, Judge

Approved aallowd and ordered to be recorded, done in open court July Term 1862, J.W. SCARBOROUGH, Jr. Judge

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