Settlements, Wills and Bonds Volume 3 (Aug 1814 Ė Nov 1824)†† (Microfilm Roll 52, original at the Stewart County Courthouse; for the 1817-1824 gap in these entries, see County Court Minutes 1817-1818, TSLA Microfilm Roll 38)

 

1††††††††† Stephen Parker, Nathan Parker, William Curl, administratorís bond for John Parker; 7 Nov 1814

2††††††††† Nathan Skinner, William Campbell, James H. Russell, administratorís bond for Nathan Boon; 8 Nov 1814

3††††††††† David Carterand Elizabeth Cartertestify that they witnessed the nuncupative will of ArthurOnealon 14 Aug 1814; Oneal wished that all his money now in the hands of Zachariah Onealshould be equally divided between his two children Zachariah Oneal and Milberry Childress; recorded 20 Aug 1814

3††††††††† William Haggard, John Scarboroughtavern bond in Dover; 9 Nov 1814

4††††††††† indenture bond by William HaggardSr.for orphan West Noel Haggard(alias West Noel Lancaster), age 3 or 4; 9 Nov 1814

5††††††††† Amelia Thornton, J. L. Allen, William M. Cooley, Nathan Ross, James Mallory, guardian bond for her infant daughters Harriet Thorntonand Eliza Thornton; 9 Nov 1814

6††††††††† inventory and account of the estate of David Thornby Nathan Skinner, administrator; Aug 1814

7††††††††† account of sale of the estate of David Thornby Nathan Skinner, administrator, on 13 Aug 1814

8††††††††† account of the estate of Jesse Cainby John Cain, administrator; mentions Jesse Cainís service under General Jackson against the Creek Indians; Nov 1814

8††††††††† inventory of the estate of Daniel McMillanby John McMillan, administrator; Nov 1814

8††††††††† sale of the estate of James Cainon 8 Sep 1814 by Willis Whitford, administrator; Nov 1814

9††††††††† yearís provisions for Jemima Rushing, widow of Philip Rushing, and her minor children; 19 Feb 1814

9††††††††† James Tagert, John Allen, Dorrel Young, Tapley Maddux, John Chambers, administratorís bond for William Outlaw; 9 Nov 1814

11††††††† John Chambers, William Haggard, Nathan Ross, guardian bond for Alexander Outlaw; 8 Nov 1814

12††††††† sale of the estate of Daniel McMillanby John McMillan, administrator; 26 Nov 1814

12††††††† John Scarborough, David Gray, William Haggard, tavern bond in Dover; 7 Nov 1814

13††††††† sale of the estate of Walter Brownby John Gaston, administrator; mentions Walter Brownís service in the army; 11 Aug 1814

14††††††† Jonathan May, William Brewer, Hamblin Manly, ferry bond on Cumberland River; 7 Feb 1815

15††††††† Elijah Lowry, Gladden Gorin, Henry Edwards, constable bond; 7 Feb 1815

16††††††† John Bailey, John True, John Scarborough, James Andrews, commissioners bond to collect public taxes; 9 Feb 1815

17††††††† Andrew Irwin, James Patterson, John Brigham, constable bond; 7 Feb 1815

17††††††† Gladden Gorin, Thomas Buckingham, William Ridings, tavern bond for his house on Wells Creek; 6 Feb 1815

18††††††† Edmond Randle, Benjamin Bradford, Hamblin Manly, administratorís bond for Ozburn Randle; 7 Feb 1815

20††††††† William L. Allen, John Allen, William M. Cooley, guardian bond for John Outlaw, Lucian Outlaw, Indiana Outlawand Patsy Earl Outlaw; 8 Feb 1815

21††††††† Hiram Bradford, James H. Russell, Crawford Bradford, constable bond; 8 Feb 1815

21††††††† Wilson Randle, Thomas Buckingham, George Petty, guardian bond for Nancy Outlaw, infant daughter of William Outlawdeceased; 7 Feb 1815

22††††††† Reuben Elliott, Ephraim B. Davidson, guardian bond for the heirs of Elias Watson; 7 Feb 1815

23††††††† Ephraim B. Davidson, William L. Allen, John Allen, guardian bond for Alexander Outlaw, Harriet Outlaw, George Outlaw, Drury Outlaw, & Jefferson Outlaw; 8 Feb 1815

24††††††† Ephraim B. Davidson, Reuben Elliott, William M. Cooley, trustee bond; 7 Feb 1815

25††††††† Richard W. Cooley, William M. Cooley, Thomas Buckingham, Ephraim B. Davidson, constable bond; 7 Feb 1815

26††††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Nathan Boonby Nathan Skinner, administrator; Nov 1814

27††††††† John Allen, William L. Allen, Ephraim B. Davidson, guardian bond for orphan William Outlaw; 8 Feb 1815

28††††††† Rachael Kirksey, James H. Russell, William L. Allen, administratorís bond for William Kirksey; 6 Feb 1815

29††††††† account of the estate of William Outlawby James Tagert, administrator; Feb 1815

35††††††† sale of the estate of William Outlawby James Tagert, administrator; Feb 1815

39††††††† Elizabeth Maddux, James Tagert, Caleb Williams, Philip Hornberger, administratorís bond for Tapley Maddux; 7 Feb 1815

40††††††† Isaac Lanierand Joshua Williams, executors of the nuncupative will of William Outlaw; 9 Feb 1815

42††††††† court orders that William Wallace, Henry Pughand Robert Walkersettle with Nathan Ross, guardian for the heirs of Rice Reddick; Nov 1814

42††††††† account current to 1815 by Nathan Ross, guardian to the heirs of Rice Reddick; payments to Elisha Williams, husband of heir Polly Reddick; mentions widow Nancy Reddickand 6 children (including Polly); expenses paid to Bryan Bird, John Stancil, Robert McKinney, Thomas Ross, William Cherry, Etheldred Wallace, Samuel Ross; 3 Feb 1815

43††††††† account current to 1813 by Nathan Ross, guardian to the heirs of Rice Reddick; widow Nancy to receive a childís part of the estate ($67.60), along with 6 children Polly Williams, John Reddick, William Reddick, Fanny Reddick, Betsy Reddick, Nancy Reddick

46††††††† will of Yancey Thornton:mentions wife Amelia Thornton, Ameliaís son Alfred Thornton, son-in-law William Bufford, daughter Harriet Thornton, daughter Eliza Thornton; also mentions house and lot in Dover, land on Cumberland Rivernear McCartyís old place; executors are Amelia Thornton and John Allen; test:William Outlaw, Levi Hays; written 13 Apr 1814, proven May 1814

47††††††† James Mallory, Hosea H. League, William Randle, John Allen, sheriffís bond for the collection of taxes; 3 Feb 1814

48††††††† Drury Birdand Jarrott Bellattest to the nuncupative will of William Outlawon 10 Aug 1814; children Lucian Outlawand Indiana Outlawto receive ferry and land across from Dover, sons Alexander Outlawand Drury Outlawto receive the mill and land on Hurricane Creek; James Tagertand Drury Bird were appointed to settle with executor Isaac Lanier; 20 Aug 1814

49††††††† Polly Craig, Alexander Craig, David Bradford, administratorís bond for Moses Craig; 2 May 1814

50††††††† John Overtonand James Winchesterdirect Anderson B. Carr, Thomas D. Carr(brother of Anderson), William Irvin, William Robb Jr., Joshua Fletcher, Josiah Giles, and _____ Moore (merchant at the Chickasaw Bluff), or any two of them, to take depositions on 15 May and 17 May from Judge Fooy, Patrick Meaghar, John Grace, _____ Proctor and ______ Grundy, regarding land on the Chickasaw Bluff at the mouth of Wolf River; land was a 5000-acre grant #283 to John Rice; recorded by Stewart County clerk Robert CooperMay 1819

51††††††† Alexander Walker, warranty deed to James Pryorand Henry Powellfor 2 tracts of land on Saline Creek:84-acre tract on which Isaac Fordlives and 100-acre tract on which Aaron FletcherSr.lives; 26 Dec 1817

52††††††† James Mallory, James Caldwell, Ephraim B. Davidson, Prescott Crisp, Eldridge Green, sheriffís bond for the collection of 1820 taxes; 4 May 1820

53††††††† inventory of the estate of Yancey Thorntonby Amelia Thornton, executrix; 3 May 1815

56††††††† Lewis Brewer, Thomas Brewer, William Crouse, constable bond; 2 Jul 1815

57††††††† Lucinda Cooley, William Cherry, James Blanks, Henry Gibson, administratorís bond for Cornelius Cooley; 1 May 1815

59††††††† Mark Rushing, Thomas Brewer, Robert Lowry, administratorís bond for Thomas French; 2 May 1815

61††††††† James Miller, William Polk, James Smith, William M. Cooley, coronerís bond; 2 May 1815

62††††††† Robert Lowry, John H. Colson, John Studdart, constable bond; 2 Mar 1815

63††††††† Noah Sinclair, Nathaniel Parker, George Boyd, guardian bond for Isabella Trammell; 2 May 1815

64††††††† John Metheny, Caleb Williams, Alsey H. Bradford, guardian bond for Spicy Weatherford; 1 May 1815

65††††††† Delilah Smith, Adam Smith, John Dunn, administratorís bond for Frederick Smith; 1 May 1815

66††††††† Josiah Alsup, John Chambers, Ephraim B. Davidson, administratorís bond for David Alsup; 1 May 1815

67††††††† Thomas Wyatt, James Wyatt, Abraham Wyatt, administratorís bond for George Horton; 3 May 1815

68††††††† Thomas Buckingham, John Bailey, Ephraim B. Davidson, administratorís bond for David Lowry; 3 May 1815

69††††††† Elisabeth Weston, James Tagert, William James, administratorís bond for Jesse Weston; 1 May 1815

71††††††† Ursula Gilbert, Caleb Williams, William Curl, administratorís bond for Jesse Gilbert; 10 May 1815

73††††††† Sarah Venters, Abner Pearce, Joseph Thomason, William Pearce, John Weatherford, administratorís bond for John S. Venters; 1 May 1815

74††††††† list of accounts in the estate of William Outlawsince Feb 1815, by James Tagert, administrator; 3 May 1815

75††††††† will of John Venters:wife Sarah Venters, eight children Polly Venters, George W. Venters, Elizabeth T. Venters, William G. Venters, Archibald H. Venters, Levidica Venters, John N. Ventersand Rissana Venters; mentions land on Salt Catcha? Riverin South Carolina, land on Ohio Rivernear Rocky Cave ferry; executors are Joseph Thomason, Abner Pearce, Sarah Venters; wit:William Pearce, Alexander Robertson; written 4 Aug 1814, proven May 1815

76††††††† sale of the estate of Ozburn Randleby Edmond Randle, administrator; May 1815

80††††††† sale of the estate of Tapley Madduxby James Tagertand Elizabeth Maddux, administrators; 2 May 1815

88††††††† notes due the estate of Tapley Madduxby James Tagertand Elizabeth Maddux, administrators; 2 May 1815

90††††††† sale of the estate of John S. Ventersby Sarah Venters, Joseph Thomason& Abner Pearce, executors; Aug 1815

91††††††† inventory of the estate of Frederick Smithby Delila L. Smith, administrator; mentions land on Dyers Creekand Cub Creek; 27 Jul 1815

92††††††† inventory of the estate of Jacob Roddenby Henry Pugh, administrator; 10 Aug 1815

92††††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Cornelius Cooleyby William Cherry, administrator; Aug 1815

94††††††† will of John Burgess:daughter Eliza Burgess, brother Malliki Burgessí widow Sally Burgess, Polly Burgess, daughter of brother Malliki; executor is William King; test:Thomas Gray, James H. Russell; written 7 Nov 1814, proven May 1815

95††††††† will of Jesse Gilbert; wife Ursula Gilbert, sons Joel Gilbert, Hugh Gilbert; Ursula Gilbert and Stephen Parkerexecutor; test:Simon Metheny, Charles Hooks; written 4 Oct 1814, proven Aug. term, 1815

96††††††† Thomas Buckingham, Ephraim B. Davidson, Joseph Smith, Thomas Gray, William Campbell, William Randle, sheriffís bond; 8 Aug 1815

97††††††† Joseph Scholes, John Chambers, James Patterson, administratorís bond for John Scholes; 8 Aug 1815

98††††††† Samuel Golden, Lewis Brewer, William Randle, administratorís bond for Elizabeth Gossett; 8 Aug 1815

99††††††† Susannah Bailey, James Tagert, Elijah Rushing, administratorís bond for William Bailey; 9 Aug 1815

101††††† Alsey H. Bradford, Jacob Hagler, John Weatherford, guardian bond for orphan Sally Edwards; 7 Aug 1815

102††††† Willis Turner, Jesse Turner, Henry Cato, ferry bond on Cumberland Riverat Mattockís landing; 9 Aug 1815

103††††† William L. Allen& Nathan Peeples, William King, William Webster, tavern bond in Dover; 9 Aug 1815

103††††† Jane Lowry, Henry Pugh, James Haggard, administratorís bond for David Lowry; 9 Aug 1815

105††††† Henry Pugh, James Mallory, administratorís bond for Jacob Rodden; 9 Aug 1815

107††††† John Weatherford, Alsey H. Bradford, John Aaron, administratorís bond for Thomas Weatherford; 7 Aug 1815

109††††† Jesse Turner, Abner Stokes, Isham Merryman, administratorís bond for James Turner; 7 Aug 1815

111††††† William Sills, Isham Sills, Ezekiel Cox, administratorís bond for Jeptha Joiner; 7 Aug 1815

112††††† Stephen English, Thomas Gray, Jacob Crossnoe, guardian bond for James Craig, infant son of Moses Craig; 7 Aug 1815

113††††† William King, David Bradford, Thomas Gray, executorís bond for John Burgess; 7 Aug 1815

114††††† Sally Wyatt, Thomas Wyatt, Abram Wyatt, administratorís bond for Daniel Wyatt; 7 Aug 1815

116††††† Lavinia Johnson, James Patterson, Elijah Rushing, administratorís bond for Jacob Johnson; 9 Aug 1815

117††††† Jacob Hagler, John Hagler, Alsey H. Bradford, administratorís bond for Isaac Hagler; 7 Aug 1815

119††††† sale of the estate of John Burgessby E. Burgess; Aug 1815

121††††† sale of the estate of David Lowryby Thomas Buckingham, administrator; Aug 1815

121††††† sale of the estate of Ozburn Randleby Edmond Randle, administrator; Aug 1815

122††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Jesse Westonby Elisabeth Weston, administrator; 19 May 1815

123††††† inventory and sale of the estate of William Kirkseyby Ephraim B. Davidson, agent; 25 Jul 1815

124††††† division of the lands of James Smithby Ephraim B. Davidson, Henry King, William Bailey, Wilson Randle, John Bailey, commissioners; land is on Cumberland Rivernear Dover; heirs are Cynthia Satterfieldand Jane Smith; 5 Aug 1815

126††††† Nathaniel Burgess, Henley Acree, Isaac Williams, administratorís bond for Burwell Hobdy; 6 Nov 1815

126††††† inventory of the property of Thomas Frenchby Mark Rushing; Nov 1815

127††††† sale of the estate of Thomas Frenchon 13 May 1815 by Mark Rushing; Nov 1815

128††††† inventory of the estate of Thomas Weatherford, by John Weatherford, sold 18 Sep 1815; Thomas Weatherford ďdied in the service of the United StatesĒ; Nov 1815

130††††† inventory of the estate of Jacob Johnsonon 6 Nov 1815 by Lavinia Johnson

130††††† inventory of the estate of Elisabeth Gossettby Samuel Golden, administrator; Nov 1815

130††††† sale of the estate of Elisabeth Gossetton 18 Aug 1815; buyers included Molly Gossett, Nancy Golden, Mark Rushing, Samuel Golden, Reuben Elliott, Joshua Williams, John Cathey, David Warner, Eli Burcham; Nov 1815

132††††† Alexander Walker, James Pryor, Richard Blanton, bond for the maintenance of Abig Henry, a young woman ďcharged and found guilty of being a bastard childĒ; 7 Dec 1814

133††††† James Miller, James H. Russell, William Bailey, attest they witnessed the will of John Trueat his home in Doveron 24 Aug 1815; mentions wife, brother Jacob Trueof Salisbury, New Hampshire; 8 Sep 1815

134††††† Elizabeth True, James Miller, James Mallory, Elijah Rushing, administratorís bond for John True; 7 Nov 1815

135††††† inventory of the estate of Edwin Stephensby Thomas Gray, administrator

136††††† sales of the estate of James Turnerthrough October 1815, by James Turner, administrator; Nov 1815

136††††† William D. Jamison, Henry Watkinsattest to the nuncupative will of William Rumbleyon 10 Sep 1815, which mentioned his wife and child, and appointed his brother Thomas Rumbleyand John Jamesas executors; 18 Sep 1815

137††††† John James, Thomas Rumbley, George Boyd, James Haggard, administratorís bond for William Rumbley; 8 Nov 1815

138††††† sale of the estate of William Baileyon 20 Aug 1815 by Susannah Bailey, administratrix; buyers include Jacob Crossnoe, Susannah Bailey, Gladden Gorin, Lewis Williams; Nov 1815

139††††† Edward Norrod, Jeremiah Norrod, Aaron Carney, administratorís bond for Benjamin Norrod; 5 Feb 1816

140††††† inventory of the estate of David Alsupby Joseph Alsup, administrator; Feb 1816

141††††† final inventory and sale of the estate of William Rumbleyby John Jamesand Thomas Rumbley; 23 Nov 1815

141††††† sale of the estate of Jacob Roddenby Henry Pugh, administrator; buyers included John Scarborough, William Rodden, Joseph Smith, Andrew Collins, Robert Swor, Ben Davis

142††††† Nancy Free, Absalom Copeland, Joseph Chester, administratorís bond for Matthew Free; 5 Feb 1816

142††††† William Outlaw, warranty deed to Elisha Jackson; wit:William Bailey, William Williams; 5 Aug 1814, recorded Feb 1816

142††††† William King, executor of the estate of John Burgess, reports additional receipt of $216.75 due the estate; Feb 1816

144††††† John Hodges, Ezekiel Cox, Nathan Ross, constable bond; 6 Feb 1816

145††††† William Polk, John Polk, Thomas Gray, constable bond; 6 Feb 1816

146††††† Absalom Copeland, William M. Cooley, Jacob Chester, administratorís bond for Freeland Smith; 6 Feb 1816

147††††† George Williamson, George Williams, James H. Russell, commissionerís bond; 6 Feb 1816

148††††† Caleb C. Williams, John Manly, Adam Smith, administratorís bond for John Williams; 5 Feb 1816

149††††† Alsey H. Bradford, Henry Cato, Benjamin Bradford, constable bond; 6 Feb 1816

150††††† Stephen Parker, executor of the estate of John Parker, declares receipt of $239 ďthat I received in North Carolina, Anson County, of Jesse Lueallen, the man that had John Parker deceasedís business to settleĒ; 5 Feb 1816

151††††† sale of the estate of John Trueon 20 Nov 1815; buyers included Elizabeth True, Thomas Gray, James H. Russell, Nathan Hazelton, George Williamson, William L. Allen, John AtkinsJr., James Haggard, Richard Blanton, Joseph Smith, Benjamin Boyd, James Mallory, John Bailey, William Bailey, Benjamin Edwards, Thomas Roberts, David GraySr., Benjamin Bradford, William H. Haggard, John H. Colson, James Miller, James Scarborough, John Randle

153††††† balance of the estate of James Cainby Willis Whitford, administrator; Feb 1816

153††††† inventory of the estate of Burwell Hobdyby Nathaniel Burgess, administrator; May 1816

153††††† John Perry, George Oldham, John Smith, appointed Feb 1816 to lay off yearís provisions for Nancy Free, widow of Matthew Free, report their findings; May 1816

154††††† Amy Davidson, William Dunbar, Henry Cato, administratorís bond for Green Davidson; 6 May 1816

155††††† Charles Polk, Ephraim Gatlin, John Wofford, commissioners, report settlement with Bryant Bird, administrator of Shaderick Bird; 29 Apr 1816

155††††† sale of the estate of Frederick Smithby Adam Smith; buyers included Delilah Smith, Joseph Gray, Elijah Fletcher, James Fletcher, William Webster, James Dunn, Josiah Dunn; May 1816

156††††† John Wofford, administrator of Jesse Wofford, reports account current of the estate; May 1816

157††††† William Morrow, John Gaston, William Tomlinson, guardian bond for Parthenia Brown, Polly Brown, Peggy Brown, Malinda Brown, John Brown, orphan children of Walter Brown; 6 May 1816

158††††† Elijah Fletcher, Simon Fletcher, Alexander Walker, administratorís bond for James Fletcher; 6 May 1814

160††††† Joseph Morgan, Mathew Morgan, Wilson Randle, constable bond; 8 May 1816

161††††† additional return in the estate of William Kirkseyby Ephraim B. Davidson, for administratrix Rachael Kirksey; 6 May 1814

161††††† ordered by the court that Peter Kendalland Asa Atkinssettle with John Gaston, administrator of Walter Brown; May 1814

162††††† account current of the estate of Walter Brownby John Gaston; 4 May 1816

164††††† Joseph Taylor, John Gardner, John Wofford, commissioners, report settlement with Willis Whitford, administrator of James Cain; May 1816

164††††† sale of the estate of Freeland Smithon 17 Feb 1816 by Absalom Copeland, administrator; buyers included Polly Smith, Absalom Copeland, John Smith; returned May 1816

165††††† sale of the estate of Matthew Freeon 19 Feb 1816; buyers include Nancy Free, Wesley Verhine, John Perry, Absalom Copeland, Jesse Gilbert, John Copeland; returned May 1816

166††††† inventory of the estate of Benjamin Norrodby Edward Norrod, administrator, made 17 Feb 1816; recorded May 1816

166††††† sale of the estate of Benjamin Norrodon 17 Feb 1816; buyers included Nathan Peeples, Frederick Taylor, James Bramblet, Larkin Norrod, William Norrod, Jeremiah Norrod, Isaac Williams, Benjamin Boyd, Mary Norrod, James Hazelton, Aaron Fletcher, Sandford Bramblet, Millington Smith; returned May 1816 term

168††††† Nathan Peeples, George Williamson, William Cherry, constable bond; 8 May 1816

169††††† James Mallory, John Williams, Nathan Skinner, Thomas Wynns , Sheriffís bond for the collection of taxes; 7 May 1821

170††††† James Mallory, Prescott Crisp, Nathan Skinner, John Williams, Sheriffís bond for the collection of taxes; 7 May 1821

171††††† Emanuel James, Wilson Randle, John Randle, William King, William Randle, tobacco inspectorís bond; 8 May 1816

172††††† Mary Outlawreports the land holdings of her late husband William Outlaw, on Tennessee River, Cane Creek, Leatherwood Creek, Hurricane Creek, Lick Creek, Long Creek, Dyers Creek; also included several lots in Dover(108, 109, 77, 78, 79, 73, 74, 75, 76)

178††††† Ephraim B. Davidson, John Allen& William L. Allen, guardians for the heirs of William Outlaw, and James Tagertadministrator of the estate of William Outlaw, acknowledge Mary Outlawís petition for right of dower from the lands of her late husband William Outlaw

178††††† Benjamin Bradford, James Milam, William Dowdy, commissioners, report settlement with Henry Cato, administrator of Daniel Cato; August 1816

178††††† inventory of the estate of Jesse Jernigan; August 1816

179††††† Willis Skinner, Nathan Skinner, Nathan Ross, administratorís bond for Jesse Denson; 7 Aug 1816

181††††† will of Thomas Thorn:wife, children unnamed; wit:B. W. Brunson, Henry Edwards; written 5 Nov 1815, recorded August 1816

182††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Green Davidsonon 22 Jun 1816 by Amy Davidson; wit:John Gaston; recorded August 1816

183††††† John Ross, Nathan Skinner, Nathan Ross, tavern bond; 7 Aug 1816

184††††† Elijah Lowry, Lewis Brewer, Elijah Rushing, guardian bond for Reuben Rushing, Larkin Rushing, Betsey Rushing, Jemima Rushing, orphan children of Philip Rushing; 6 Aug 1816

185††††† John Ferrill, Nathan Ross, Joseph Smith, commissionerís bond; 5 Aug 1816

186††††† Lewis Davis& John Atkins, administratorís bond for Hardy Davis; 5 Aug 1816

187††††† inventory and sale of the estate of James Fletcherby Elijah Fletcher; buyers included Samuel Canada, Benjamin Edwards, Elijah Fletcher; William Reed, William Martin, Joseph Gray, Elisabeth Fletcher, Aaron Fletcher; 5 Aug 1816

188††††† will of Jesse Jernigan:son Ezekiel Jernigan, son William Jernigan, son Elisha Jernigan, son Daniel Jernigan, son Robert Jernigan, wife Tamar Jernigan, other children CharlotteJernigan, David Jernigan, Gabriel Jernigan, Nancy Jernigan, Elisabeth Jernigan, Lewis Jernigan, Susan Jernigan, Margaret Jernigan& Sally Jernigan; executors are Thomas Batsonand Tamar Jernigan; wit:James Poyner, David Cole; written 29 Feb 1816, recorded August 1816

189††††† Thomas Batson, Tamar Jernigan, David Irwin, James Poyner, administratorís bond for Jesse Jernigan; 8 Aug 1816

191††††† will of William Williams; son Lemuel Williams, daughter Peggy M. S. Williams, wife Sally Williams; mentions land in Warren County, NC, on West Brush Creek; 24 Feb 1816, recorded Aug. term, 1816

192††††† Lemuel Williams, Peggy Williams, Henry King, Mann Phillips, James B. Reynolds, James H. Russell, John Allen, administratorís bond for William Williams; 8 Aug 1816

194††††† Ephraim B. Davidson, guardian for the heirs of William Outlaw, warranty deed to Jarrott Bellon 12 Feb 1818; Bell assigns the deed to William Bellon 22 Nov 1820 (witnessed by John Lightfootand Thomas Lightfoot); recorded May 1822

195††††† account current of the estate of William Outlawby James Tagert, administrator; lists credits/debits for 130 individuals; 4 Oct 1816

199††††† settlement by commissioners William Curl, David Hoganand Hamblin Manlywith the executor of John Parker; sale held 6 Jan 1814 brought $110.76, plus 18-monthsí interest due; $243.60 received from North Carolina, plus 9 months, 4 daysí interest; interest due on $239 received from North Carolina; settlement made 1 Apr 1815; $4.60 tax paid in North Carolina, travel expenses to North Carolina; $50 paid to heir John Metheny; estate left $215.87 due to the heirs

200††††† settlement by commissioners Jesse Morrisand Nathan Rosswith the administrator of Shaderick Bird; Nov 1816

201††††† sale of the estate of Daniel Wyatt; buyers include Sarah Wyatt, Thomas Wyatt, Abram Wyatt, Solomon Warner, Sampson Sykes

202††††† inventory of the estate of Jesse Densonby Willis Skinner, administrator; 25 Aug 1816

202††††† sale of the estate of Jesse Denson; buyers included Rowland Wells, Joel Jones, Catharine Denson, Theophilus Skinner, John McFadden, Carlton Lyndsey, Miss Herring, Josiah Outland, Nathan Skinner, Polly Denson, James Denson, William Denson; Nov 1816

203††††† inventory and sale of the estate of James Fletcher; buyers included John Edwards, James Dunn; Nov 1816

203††††† William Morrow, guardian to the orphans of Walter Brown, acknowledges receipt of money from John Gaston, administrator; 16 May 1816, recorded Nov 1816

204††††† will of John Chambers:wife Elisabeth Chambers; wit:John French, John Chambers Sr., Thomas Brewer; written 4 Sep 1812, recorded November 1816

205††††† Elisabeth Chambers, Ephraim B. Davidson, Thomas Buckingham, administratorís bond for John Chambers; 4 Nov 1816

206††††† John K. Colson, Thomas Ward, Robert Lowry, constable bond; 5 Nov 1816

207††††† Robert Lowry, John K. Colson, Champion P. James, constable bond; 5 Nov 1816

208††††† Simon Alderson, Henry Pugh, Elijah Fletcher, administratorís bond for Curtis Alderson; 5 Nov 1816

210††††† John Graham, John Atkins, Francis Smith, administratorís bond for Henry Randle; 5 Nov 1816

211††††† Solomon Dawson, Jesse Turner, Aaron Carney, administratorís bond for Elijah Dawson; 4 Nov 1816

213††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Henry Randleon 14 Nov 1816 by John Graham, administrator; recorded Feb 1817

215††††† list of accounts on the estate of John Trueby James Miller, administrator, on 30 Nov 1816

216††††† inventory of the estate of John Chambersby Elisabeth Chambers; 3 Feb 1817

216††††† additional inventory of the estate of John Burgessby William King, administrator; Feb 1817

217††††† J. B. Neville, Nathan Skinner, Thomas Brigham, commissioners, settle with William Sills, administrator of Jeptha Joiner

217††††† Benjamin Bradford, Abner Stokesand Mann Phillipsappointed to lay off yearís provisions for the widow of Henry Randle; Feb 1817

217††††† settlement with Jesse Turner, administrator of James Turner, by commissioners David Hoganand Peter Kendall; Feb 1817

218††††† settlement with Edmond Randle, administrator of Ozburn Randle, by commissioners John Grahamand David Hogan; 4 Feb 1817

219††††† sale of the estate of Jesse Jerniganon 8 Nov 1816 by Thomas Batson; many buyers

221††††† Andrew Irwin, Elijah Rushing, John Brigham, constable bond; 4 Feb 1817

222††††† Elijah Lowry, Nimrod Crosswell, William Ridings, constable bond; 4 Feb 1817

223††††† Robert Lowry, Willis Rushing, John Studdart, tavern bond; 4 Feb 1817

223††††† Charles B. Wilcox, Henry Gibson, William Curl, constable bond; 5 Feb 1817

224††††† James H. Russell, Hamblin Manly, John Atkins, commissioners bond; 4 Feb 1817

225††††† John Milam, Adam Milam, Crawford Bradford, William Randle, administratorís bond for James Milam; 4 Feb 1817

227††††† John King, James Mallory, John Richardson, tavern bond; 7 May 1817

228††††† account current by Stewart County Trustee William Cooley; 30 Jan 1817

231††††† commissioners John Ferrill, James H. Russell, George Williamson, report on accounts of William M. Cooley; 4 Feb 1817

232††††† account current of the estate of former Stewart County trustee Tapley Madduxby administrators Cave Johnson& James Tagert;

234††††† commissioners John Hodges, Robert Walkerand Nathan Rosssettle with the administrator of David Thorn; 6 May 1817

234††††† sale of the estate of Thomas Barefootby commissioners Nathan Ross, John Hodges, Robert Walker; 6 May 1817

234††††† sale of the estate of Nathan Boonby commissioners Nathan Ross, Robert Walker, John Hodges; 1 Feb 1817

235††††† schedule of notes and vouchers returned against the estate of William Outlawby James Tagert, administrator, reported to commissioners John Baileyand Joseph Smith; 5 May 1817

237††††† Frances Milam, William R. Hagler, Alsey H. Bradford, Henry Cato, administratorís bond for Elam Milam; 8 May 1817

239††††† Samuel Chapman, Thomas Buckingham, Nathan Peeples, Isaac H. Lanier, ferry bond across Cumberland Rivernear Yancey Thorntonís old place; 6 May 1817

240††††† account current of the estate of John Burgessby William King, administrator; mentions heir Eliza Burgessand money received for militia service of Burgess; 30 Apr 1817

241††††† will of Lemuel Smith:wife Sukey Smith, daughter Lydia Smith, son James WilsonSmith; wit:James Milam, William Ellis, Sally Ellis; written 17 December 1816, recorded May 1817

243††††† William King, George Petty, James H. Russell, guardian bond for Eliza Burgess, orphan daughter of John Burgess; 5 May 1817

244††††† Hiram Bradford, Alsey H. Bradford, John Polk, guardian bond for Sally Allen; 6 May 1817

245††††† John Milam, Wilson Randle, Mathew Morgan, guardian bond for Mark Milam; 7 May 1817

246††††† John Allen, John W. Lumpkin, James Mallory, guardian bond for Jack Outlaw, Lucian B. Outlaw, Indiana Outlaw, Patsey E. Outlaw, minor children of William Outlaw; 7 May 1817

247††††† Sukey Smith, Adam Milam, John Milam, administratorís bond for Lemuel Smith; 7 May 1817

248††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures orphans Armistead Guilland Vincent Guill(ages 15 and 13), children of Elisabeth Guill, to James Gray; 5 May 1817

249††††† sale of the estate of Elam Milam; buyers included administratrix Frances Milam, David Bradford, William Rushing, John Hagler, Green Bradford, Cleveland Hagler, John Milam, Wilson Randle, Henry Cato; returned August 1817

250††††† settlement with John Weatherford, administrator of Thomas Weatherford, by commissioners William Curland Charles B. Wilcox; mentions John Methenyhas been appointed guardian of Spicy Weatherford; 28 Jul 1817

251††††† Frances Milam, John Hagler, William R. Hagler, guardian bond for Willie Douglas Milam, Rhoda West Milamand Elam Manly Milam; 5 Aug 1817

252††††† Samuel Yarborough, Caleb Williams, Edward Williams, constable bond; 5 Aug 1817

253††††† sale of the estate of James Milamon 20 Feb 1817 by John Milam; buyers include Gideon Milam, Adam Milam, John Green, John L. Hagler, William Collier, Jacob Hagler, Robert Lowry, William Bayliss, William Rushing, Daniel Pegrim, John Parchment, Henry Wall, Benjamin Edwards, Charles Roper, John Atkins, William Randle, William TomlinsonSr., John Manly, Wilson Randle, David Bradford, John Blanton, Cleveland Hagler, Thomas Roberts, Isaac H. Ward, Elisha Holyfield, Henry Chambers, John James, Abel Jackson, William Atkins, Feribee Collier, John Pritchett, John M. Lumpkin, Reuben Elliott, Aaron Pearce, Mathew Myrick, Abner Wright, Ephraim B. Davidson, James Andrews, Jacob Marberry, James Vinson, Elijah Lanier, David Gray, James Brake, Isaac Hagler; returned August 1817

261††††† Drury Milam, John Atkins, John L. Hagler, constable bond; 4 Nov 1817

262††††† settlement with Ephraim B. Davidson, agent for the administrator of the estate of William Kirksey; 5 Nov 1817

263††††† John K. Colson, Drury Bird, administrators bond for Peyton Lucy; 5 Nov 1817

264††††† Rebeccah McKinney, Isaac McKinney, Robert Walker, Nathan Ross, Charles Polk, administratorís bond for Robert McKinney; 3 Nov 1817

266††††† Joseph Smith, Nathan Ross, David Hogan, John Williams, James Gray, William Randle, Benjamin Kelly, sheriffís bond for the collection of delinquent taxes for the year 1820; 10 May 1822

268††††† Joseph Smith, William Bayliss, John Davidson, John Williams, George D. Randle, sheriffís bond for the collection of taxes for the year 1822; 10 May 1822

269††††† Lewis Merrymanto Prescott Crisp, his interest in land belonging to Merryman and his wife Lezina Merryman; 5 Aug 1822

269††††† Lewis Merrymanand wife Lezina Merryman(formerly Lezina Cherry) of Kentucky, power of attorney to Prescott Crispfor their land in North Carolina; 5 Aug 1822

270††††† Robert Cooper, Richard Blanton, John Scarborough, David Irwin, Joseph Smith, Thomas Ward, William Cherry, David Hogan, Peter Kendall, clerkís bond for the payment of public monies to Thomas Crutcher, Treasurer of West Tennessee; 5 May 1823

272††††† James Hogan, David Hogan, Joseph Smith, Peter Kendall, sheriffís bond for collection of the public taxes for 1823; 6 May 1823

273††††† James Hogan, Nathan Ross, Joseph Smith, Charles Polk, Benjamin Kelly, G. W. Atkins, Anthony Lee, Elijah Hogan, sheriffís bond for the collection of the public taxes for 1824 ; 1 May 1824

274††††† William Williams, James Miller, Will Fitzgerald, D. Fentress, Thomas Ward, C. Bayliss, Henry Cato, C. C. Clements, clerkís bond for the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions; 5 May 1824

275††††† William Williams, James Miller, Will Fitzgerald, D. Fentress, Thomas Ward, C. Bayliss, Henry Cato, C. C. Clements, bond for the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions to collect and pay fines and forfeitures; 5 May 1824

276††††† William Williams, James Miller, Will Fitzgerald, D. Fentress, Thomas Ward, C. Bayliss, Henry Cato, C. C. Clements, clerkís bond for collecting and paying state taxes; 5 May 1824

277††††† will of Nelly Lightfoot:son Willie Cathey, daughter Laney Lightfoot, other daughter unnamed; mentions land husband gave her; executor is brother George Cathey; test:William BellJr., Archibald Cathey, Joseph Daniel; written 22 Mar 1824

278††††† Crawford Bradford, James Gray, John Milam, guardian bond for Henry Bradfordand Thomas B. Bradford, minor brothers of Crawford Bradford; 4 May 1824

279††††† Amelia Thornton, Alexander Brightwell, Jonathan Cooley, J. A. M. Boyd, executorís bond for Harriet Thornton; 5 May 1824

281††††† John Scarborough, Alexander B. Outlaw, Thomas Ward, Drewry Augustus Outlaw, administratorís bond for Robert Cooper; 6 May 1824

283††††† Anthony Lee, G. W. Atkins, William R. Atkins, constable bond; 4 May 1824

284††††† George Cathey, William Norrod, William Bell, executor bond for Nelly Lightfoot; 4 May 1824

285††††† James Andrews, Thomas Ward, William King, James Scarborough, administratorís bond for Henry Moody; 3 May 1824

287††††† John Ferrill, Asa Morris, G. W. Atkins, county commissionerís bond; 4 May 1824

288††††† Lewis Elliott, James Pryor, John Fletcher, bastardy bond; Elliott charged with fathering a child with Hannah Ford; 5 May 1824

289††††† settlement with the administrator of David Bradford; mentions heirs Polly Bradford, Thomas B. Bradford, Henry Bradford; May 1824

290††††† settlement with William Randleand Wilson Randle, administrators of John Randle; balance of the estate is in the hands of Wilson Randle, Miles Williams, William Randle, John Lilly; 31 Jan 1824

292††††† division of the estate of Samuel Curtis(150 acres of land) to Sally Curtis, William Curtis, Mary Curtis, widow, Daniel Curtis; 1 Apr 1824

293††††† settlement with the administrator of William Gatelyby commissioners William Trousdale, Andrew Irwin, Charles Summers; widow receives money from the estate; 17 April 1824

294††††† sale of the estate of Thomas Hawkon 20 May 1819; buyers include Thomas Wynns , Cullen Brittain, Samuel Davis, Allen Sexton, John Bennett, Harriet Hawke, Isaac H. Ward, John Cathey, John Andrews, Thomas Manor, Benjamin Brown

295††††† additional sale of the estate of William M. Cooleyby administrators Richard Cooleyand Jonathan Cooley; 5 Feb 1824

295††††† sale of the estate of William M. Cooleyon 1 Dec 1823; buyers included Mrs. Cooley, Miss Ann Cooley, Jonathan Cooley, Richard Cooley, William Cooley, Anderson Andrews, C. B. Wilcox, Isaac Williams, John K. Colson, John Duncan, Joseph Broadway, Jesse Mann, A. B. Outlaw, Joseph Webster

298††††† sale of the estate of Henry Moodyon 25 Jan 1824 by James Andrews, administrator

302††††† inventory of the estate of John Churchillby John Jones, administrator; includes 26 acres on Pryorís Creek

302††††† additional sale of the estate of Robert Rainwaters, to Mourning Rainwaters, on 1 Apr 1824

303††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures John Cain, an orphan who turned 5 on 5 Feb 1824, to Frederick Weston; 3 May 1824

304††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Sarah Ford, an orphan aged 6, to James Hamilton; 3 May 1824

305††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures William Cain, an orphan aged 6, to Frederick Weston; 3 May 1824

306††††† will of John Lightfoot:wife Nelly Lightfootgets plantation on north side of Leatherwood Creekwhere son Thomas Lightfootlives, son Wilson Lightfootgets 100 acres of land where Joseph Daniellives, son Henry Lightfootgets part of the home tract adjoining Shepherdís old line, son Thomas Lightfoot and daughter Mary Johnsonget the balance of the land, daughter Tempy Deberrygets bridle and saddle, grandson John Lightfoot gets a horse; personal property of wife Nelly is to be divided among Nellyís three children at her death; executors are sons Henry and Thomas; wit:James Miller, William BellJr.; written 17 Oct 1823

308††††† sale of the estate of John Lightfoot; buyers include George Atkins, Anderson Andrews, William Outlaw, John Bell, Willie Cathey, John Clark, Joseph Daniel, John Cathey, John K. Colson, Frederick Gross, Allen Johnson, Henry Johnson, William King, Moses Myrick, William BellJr., Henry Lightfoot, Alexander B. Outlaw, William Norrod, John Randle, Benjamin Peeples, Tilman Sexton, William Williams, George D. Randle, Benjamin Williams, David Hardison, Thomas Lightfoot, Drewry Byrd, Richard Taylor, Wilson Lightfoot, Nelly LightfootBell, Littleberry Clark

312††††† settlement with John Allen, guardian for the heirs of William Outlaw; 31 Jul 1824

313††††† Elizabeth Griffin, Jethro Bass, J. B. Neville, Henry Vinson, guardian bond for Mary Griffin, Dawsey Griffin, Martha Griffin, Nancy Griffin, Eliza Griffin, William Griffinand ArthurGriffin; 2 Aug 1824

314††††† Thomas Ward, Elisha Askew, William Cherry, constable bond; 4 Aug 1824

315††††† Randle Sexton, James Nichols, David Warnock, constable bond; 4 Aug 1824

316††††† Henry Wynns, James Jones, William Fitzgerald, James Miller, Thomas Ward, James Gray, administratorís bond for Thomas Wynns ; 4 Aug 1824

317††††† Nathan Skinner, Daniel G. Shaw, Jethro Bass, guardian bond for Thomas Bondand Benjamin Bond; 3 Aug 1824

318††††† Nathan Skinner, Jonathan Cooley, Joseph Pinner, administratorís bond for John Skinner; 3 Aug 1824

319††††† settlement with James Hogan, sheriff and collector of taxes; 31 Jul 1824

320††††† John Lee, George Weaks, James Hogan, tavern bond; 5 Aug 1824

321††††† John Scarborough, Lemuel Cherry, Jonathan Cooley, tavern bond; 5 Aug 1824

322††††† account current of ArthurGriffinís estate, by commissioners William C. Jones, John B. Acree, Isham Sills

324††††† sale of the estate of Robert Cooperon 17 May 1824, by Alexander B. Outlawand John Scarborough, administrators

326††††† yearís provisions for Milberry Wester, widow of Kinchen Wester, by commissioners Nathan Skinner, Thomas S. Elliott, Lewis Elliott; Aug 1824

326††††† receipt by West Andrewsfrom his father Anderson Andrewsof his share ($140.95) willed to him by his grandfather, John Scarborough(Montgomery County, NC); test:Joseph Smith, James Miller; 5 Aug 1824

327††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Polly Williams, an orphan aged 5, to William Miller; 3 Aug 1824

328††††† settlements with James Gray, guardian for Anderson Lumpkins, Martha Lumpkins, Sally Lumpkinsand Jane Lumpkins, heirs of John W. Lumpkins; 25 Aug 1824

330††††† Thomas Ward, John Scarborough, Richard Cooley, Jonathan Cooley, D. A. Outlaw, county trusteeís bond; 4 Nov 1824

330††††† Thomas Ward, John Scarborough, D. A. Outlaw, Richard Cooley, bond as collector of public taxes; 4 Nov 1824

331††††† Thomas Ward, John Scarborough, James Scarborough, Alexander Brightwell, Jonathan Cooley, sheriffís bond; 2 Nov 1824

332††††† settlement with Mourning Rainwaters, administratrix of Robert Rainwaters, by commissioners William Trousdale, Richard Taylor, Frederick Gross; 9 Sep 1824

333††††† William Cook, John Scarborough, D. Augustus Outlaw, Charles Polk, constable bond; 2 Nov 1824

334††††† Henry L. Atkins, G. W. Atkins, William R. Atkins, Asa Atkins, constable bond; 2 Nov 1824

335††††† William G. T. Buckingham, William Williams, bastardy bond; Nancy Cainaccuses Buckingham of fathering her daughter Rebecca Cain, aged about 4; 4 Nov 1824

335††††† Gideon French, Levi Burcham, Samuel C. French, guardian bond for Harriet French, John French, Matilda French, Lydia French; 3 Nov 1824

336††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Harison Taylor, a colored boy aged 7, to Richard Blanton; Nov 1824

337††††† William Cherry, Richard Cooley, William Webster, Frederick Taylor, guardian bond for Margaret Cherry; 3 Nov 1824

338††††† Matthew Manning, John Manning, Prigeon Manning, guardian bond for Martha Vinson; 1 Nov 1824

339††††† Dennis Rushing, James Hamell, Henry Hamell, Benjamin Bell, administratorís bond for Lamuel Bell; 1 Nov 1824

340††††† James Scarborough, John Scarborough, Thomas Ward, guardian bond for heirs of David Scarborough:Maria Scarborough, Rachel Scarborough, Mary Scarborough, Sarah Scarborough, Nancy Scarborough, Thomas Scarborough, William Scarborough; 2 Nov 1824

342††††† Green H. Bradford, Jesse Watkins, Richard Faucett, William Bayliss, constable bond; 2 Nov 1824

343††††† Richard Blanton, William Bayliss, Thomas McGee, coroner bond; 2 Nov 1824

344††††† John Taylor, Henry Lightfoot, Wilson Randle, constable bond; 2 Nov 1824

345††††† account current of James Mann, administrator of Malachi Mann; mentions notes on Henry Mannin North Carolina; 11 Oct 1824

346††††† settlement with Mark Rushing, administrator of Thomas French; 3 Nov 1824

346††††† dowry for widow Griffin; includes 100 acres of a 300-acre tract on Pryorís Creek, where she lives; 31 Oct 1824

347††††† account current with Asa Atkins, guardian for the heirs of John S. Venters; 11 Oct 1824

348††††† account current with David Hoganand Nathan Carter, administrators of Ephraim Carter; 1 Nov 1824

348††††† account current of the estate of Thomas Randle; 29 Sep 1824