Inventory of Henry Baggett

Record and Will Book 1865-1906 Clarksville, Tennessee
 P. 281 John Baggett

Know all men by these presents., that we John Baggett,   John Copeland & Thomas Alison all of the State of Tennessee & County of Montgomery are held & firmly bound unto the Governor in & over the State Aforesaid or his Successors  in Office in the just Sum of two hundred Dollars to be paid  to said Governor or his Successors in Office.  Or their Assignees.  Which payment well & truly to be made. We bind Ourselves, our Heirs Executors & Administrators jointly &, severally firmly by these presents. Sealed with our Seals & dated this 18th day of July 1815.
    The Condition of the above Obligation is such that if the above bounden John Baggett: Administrators of all & Singular the goods & Chattels, Rights and Credits of.Henry Baggett de-
cease, do make or Cause to be made a true & perfect Inventory of all & Singular the goods & Chattels, Rights & Credits of the deceased which have or shall come into the hands. Knowledged  or possession of the said John Baggett, or into the hands or possession of all others, person or persons for him, and the same so made do exhibited as Cause to be exhibit unto our ensueing County Court, and the same goods, Chattels, rights and Credits and al1others the goods, chattels rights & Credits of the deceased at the time of his death. Which at anytime hereafter comes unto the hands of any other person or persons for him. Do well & truly Administer According to law; & further do make cause to be made a true & just account of the Administration with in one year after the date of these presents, and all the rest & residue of the said goods, Chattels & Credits which may be found remaining on the said Administrators Account, the same being first examined & allowed agreeable to Law, shall deliver & pay unto such person or persons respectively, as the same shall be due pursuant to the true intent and meaning of this Administration, and if it shall appear that any Will or Testament was made by the deceased & Executor or Executrix there to named do exhibit the same into Court, making it allowed and approved of, Accordingly, if the said John Baggett, there unto be requested, do render & deliver said Letters of Administration Approbation of Such Testament being first had & made in our said Court; then this Obligation to be Void else to remain in full force in Law.
Acknowledged in Open Court                   John Baggett (SEAL)
July Term 1815                                 John Copeland (SEAL)
W. C. Jaminon Clk.                                  Thomas Alison (SEAL)

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