Stewart County Settlements and Bonds, Volume B (Nov. 1824-Feb. 1829)

 

Transcribed 2003 by Jim Long

 

1††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Thomas Wynn by James Jones and Henry Wynns, administrators; Nov term 1824

1††††††††††††† sale of the estate of Thomas Wynn on 1 Oct 1824

4††††††††††††† Nathan Skinner, John Fletcher, J. B. Neville, Penina Etherige, guardian bond for Elizabeth Skinner, Pega Etherige, John Etherige, Patsey Etherige, Polly Etherige, and Sally Etherige; 7 Feb 1825

5††††††††††††† William Bailey, C. C. Clements, David Andrews, H. L. Wall, Mathew Morgan, James Miller, John Milam, county trusteeís bond; 8 Feb 1825

5††††††††††††† John K. Colson, William Cherry, Abraham Phillips, ranger's bond; 9 Feb 1825

6††††††††††††† Joseph Smith, Emanuel James, James Scarborough, guardian bond for James W. Townzen; 9 Feb 1825

6††††††††††††† James King, Christopher C. Clements, William Fitzgerald, Thomas F. Watson, James P. Wall, administratorís bond for John King; 10 Feb 1825

7††††††††††††† Judith Lewis, D. Irwin, Alexander Brightwell, guardian bond for Thomas W. Lewis, William C. Lewis, James W. Lewis; 7 Feb 1825

8††††††††††††††† Etheldred Wallace, Eaton Wallace, Samuel Ross, guardian bond for Agnes, Abithal, Charlotte, Axom, Josiah, Maniah, Harriet and George Wallace; 7 Feb 1825

9††††††††††††† Elizabeth Burcham, James Burcham, Nelson Crosswell, administratorís bond for Levi Burcham; 7 Feb 1825

10††††††††††† Rowland W. Wells, John Fletcher, James Chisenhall, administratorís bond for James Vinson; 7 Feb 1825

11††††††††††††††† Mourning Rainwaters, John Dier, Bartlett Posey, additional administratorís bond for Robert Rainwaters; 7 Feb 1825

11††††††††††† Joseph B. Neville, John Acree, John Jones, constable bond; 7 Feb 1825

12††††††††††† William Cherry, Eaton Wallace, Henry L. Wall, constable bond; 7 Feb 1825

12††††††††††† Nelson Crosswell, Christopher Buckhannan, Hughell McMillan, William Trousdale, constable bond; 7 Feb 1825

13††††††††††††††† Nathaniel Purtle, Richard Crosswell, James Nichols, David Warnick, constable bond; 7 Feb 1825

14††††††††††† John Fletcher, Jesse Acree, Eaton Wallace, constable bond; 7 Feb 1825

14††††††††††††††† settlement with Mary Gately, administratrix of William Gately, by commissioners Andrew Irwin, William Trousdale, Charles Summers; 20 Nov 1824

15††††††††††† account current with David Irwin, administrator of James Martin, by commissioners Benjamin Kelly, John Wardon, Edmond Kelly; 25 Dec 1824

15††††††††††† account current with Benjamin Kelly, administrator of Thomas W. Lewis; 5 Feb 1825

16††††††††††† account current with Joseph B. Neville and Nathaniel Parker, administrators of the estate of James McCullock; 5 Feb 1825

18††††††††††† account current with Charles Brandon, administrator of George Brandon; 5 Feb 1825

20††††††††††† division of the lands and Negroes of Henry Edwards to Jesse Edwards, James Edwards, Martha Edwards, Penelope Ann Margarett Edwards, Henry Edwards, Sally Edwards, Elizabeth Edwards, widow Susannah(?) Edwards; land adjoins that of William Brigham; 9 Dec 1824

22††††††††††† widowís dowry set aside for Susannah Edwards, widow of Henry Edwards, by jurors M. W. Brigham, James H. Brigham, Benjamin Kelly, George Goodrich, Philip Hornberger, James Rushing, Nathan Thomas, John Parchment, John Kizer, William Dowdy, Francis McFadden, John Warner; 24 Dec 1824

23††††††††††††††† settlement with Wilson Randle, administrator of George Huling, by commissioners Cullen Bayliss, C. C. Clements, William Baily; 8 Feb 1825

23††††††††††††††† inventory of John Skinner by Nathan Skinner, administrator; 29 Jan 1825

24††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Crawford Bradford, guardian to Henry and Thomas B. Bradford; 7 Feb 1825

24††††††††††† sale of the estate of Lemuel Bell; buyers include Elisha Jackson, Fanny Reynolds, James Hamell, Arthur Pitt, Dennis Rushing, John Alley, Ninian Steal, Abner Smolly, Levi Burcham, Zachariah Wyatt, Vincent Wyatt, James Burcham, Benjamin Polk, John Rainwaters

25††††††††††† account current of the estate of David McNatt by Nathan Ross, administrator; 18 Jan 1825

26††††††††††† account current of the estate of Isaac Brunson; 8 Feb 1825

28††††††††††† Rachel King, George Petty, John H. Petty, Wilson Randle, Joseph Smith, administratorís bond for William King; 2 May 1825

29††††††††††† William Cherry, Eaton Wallace, Hiram D. Fowler, guardian bond for Barnett M. Cooley; 3 May 1825

30††††††††††† Drury D. Brinson, David Irwin, James H. Brigham, constable bond; 2 May 1825

30††††††††††† John R. Acree, Joseph B. Neville, John Jones, guardian bond for Isaac Acree and Mary Acree, heirs of Henly Acree; 2 May 1825

31††††††††††† Joseph B. Neville, John Acree, John Jones, administratorís bond for Henly Acree; 2 May 1825

32††††††††††† John Tomlinson, Nancy Tomlinson, Uriah Tomlinson, John Milam, guardian bond for John M. Bradford and Mary H. Bradford; 2 May 1825

33††††††††††† sale of the estate of Levi Burcham by Elizabeth Burcham, administratrix; recorded May term 1825

35††††††††††† account current of the estate of Hillery Bradford by John Milam and Nancy Bradford, administrators, with commissioners Willie Bayliss, Asa Atkins, Uriah Tomlinson; 2 May 1825

36††††††††††††††† settlement with Joseph Smith, guardian to Martha Vinson, by commissioners C. Bayliss, E. Jones, George Petty; 25 Feb 1825

36††††††††††† account current of Robert Cooper by John Scarborough, Alex. B. Outlaw, admrs.; May term, 1825

36††††††††††† account current of the estate of ______ Magby; May term 1825

37††††††††††† account current with Robert Walker and Peter Kendall, administrators of the estate of William Wallace, by commissioners J. Stancil, Jesse Morris, Nathan Ross; May term, 1825

38††††††††††† account current with James Miller, Stewart County Trustee;

40††††††††††† account current with James Hogan, Sheriff and Collector, by commissioners Emanuel James, James H. Russell, John Ferrill

42††††††††††† sale of the estate of John King by James King and C. C. Clements, administrators; buyers include Richard Blanton, John Broadway, Travis Moore, James Kelly, John Scarborough, Adam McGee, William R. Atkins, James Tomlinson, C. C. Clements, John James, Charles Matheny, William Collier, Thomas Ward, Lemuel Cherry, James Wyatt, Robert Wyatt, W. Cook, Wilson Randle, Drew Bird, Daniel Stalls, James Davidson, G. W. Atkins, Elijah Hogan, William McGee, James Vickers, Thomas McGee, Benjamin Boyt, Alexander B. Outlaw, Miles Moore, Willice Whitford, John K. Colson, Michael Vickers, Thomas Dodd, Royal Broadway, William K. Colson, Enoch Jones, Zachariah Wyatt, John H. Petty

43††††††††††† account current of the estate of Ephraim B. Davidson by Dr. James Caldwell, administrator; 4 May 1825

48††††††††††† Thomas Ward, John Scarborough, Alexander B. Outlaw, Miles Williams, Elisha Askew, sheriffís bond for the collection of taxes for 1825; 2 Aug 1825

50††††††††††† account current with Abner Pearce, Polly Pearce, George Weaks, administrators of William Pearce; 25 Feb 1825

51††††††††††† sale of the estate of Daniel Townzen by Thomas Townzen and James Townzen, administrators; buyers include Thomas Townzen, William Cherry, widow, Thomas McGee, Adam McGee; Aug term 1825

52††††††††††† William Keel, William Thomas, Hiram D. Fowler, Johans Alsbrook, administratorís bond for William Keel; 6 Aug 1825

53††††††††††† William McGee, William Cherry, John Warden, Travis Moore, guardian bond for Nancy Oneal, Allen Oneal, Mary Oneal, and William Oneal; 6 Aug 1825

54††††††††††† sale of the estate of Daniel Townzen by Thomas Townzen and James Townzen, administrators; buyers include Joseph Smith, Thomas Kendrick, Royal Broadway, Daniel Stalls, Larremor Manning; William Bayliss; Aug. term 1825

56††††††††††† account current with James McGee and William McGee, administrators of Briant Oneal; 7 Aug 1825

57††††††††††† sale of the estate of Briant Oneal; buyers incl. James McGee, Benjamin Davis, Jordan Clayebrooks, Adam McGee, William McGee, Thomas McGee, Elizabeth Oneal, Thomas Roberts, Benjamin Peeples, James Scarborough, John Milam, Mathew Manning, Adam McGee, William Cherry, Larry Satterfield, Peter Kendall, Miles Moore, Traverse Moore, Wilson Randle, James Andrews, Anderson Andrews, Priggen Manning, Wright Manning, John Manning, ; June term, 1825

59††††††††††††††† guardian's return of Robert Walker, guardian of the heirs of Alexander Walker, by commissioners Jesse Morris, J. Stancill, Nathan Ross; 29 Jul 1825

59††††††††††††††† inventory of the property of Daniel Townzen by Thomas Townzen and James Townzen, administrators; 3 Feb 1825, recorded Aug. term 1825

60††††††††††† sale of the estate of Henly Acree by Joseph B. Neville; buyers include Mary Acree, John J. Acree, William Parker, Thomas G. Downs, Josiah Outlaw, Joseph B. Neville, John Fullerton, James Pryor, Berry Hambelton, Thomas Parker, Patience Acree, Hosea Boren, Ezekiel Harrell, Stephen Mallory; rec. August term 1825

61††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Briant Oneal by administrators James McGee and William McGee; recorded Aug. term 1825

61††††††††††† sale of the estate of John Churchill by John Jones, administrator; Aug. term 1825

62††††††††††† account current with Robert Walker, guardian to Patsey Walker, Betsy Walker and Nancy Walker, heirs of Polly Walker; 27 Jul 1825

62††††††††††† account current with Gladen Gorin, guardian of John Baily; 2 Aug 1825

63††††††††††† will of William Keel Sr.:wife Mary, son John Keel, son Nathaniel Keel, daughter Elizabeth Keel, daughter Sarah Allen, son William Keel; executors are wife Mary, sons William and John; test:Nathan Thomas, John Kizer, Joshua Walker; written 28 May 1825, recorded Aug. term 1825

63††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Henry Measels by Stephen Measels; recorded Aug. term 1825

64††††††††††† account current with the estate of Ephraim B. Davidson by James Caldwell, administrator; 13 Jul 1825

66††††††††††† division of widow McKinneyís 320-acre tract, and a 320-acre trace belonging to the heirs of Alexander Walker, between Alexander Walker's heirs and Robert McKinney's heirs, by commissioners Asa Atkins, John Ferrill, Jesse Morris, J. Stancill; 14 Jul 1825

67††††††††††† Agathey Wyatt, Frederick Groce, William Wyatt, administratorís bond for Ephraim Wyatt; 7 Nov 1825

68††††††††††† James Lain, Charles Polk, John Thomason, Willie B. Johnson, administratorís bond for John McCullock;8 Nov 1825

69††††††††††† Elisha Williams and Eaton Wallace, administratorís bond for John Reddick; 7 Nov 1825

70††††††††††† will of Elizabeth Thomason:daughter Lucy Williams; executor Asa Atkins; wit:Harris McGregor, Bartlett McGregor; written 5 Mar 1825, probated Nov. term 1825

70††††††††††††††† additional inventory of the estate of Briant Oneal, by James McGee and William McGee, administrators; 7 Nov 1825

71††††††††††† account current with Henry Lightfoot and Thomas Lightfoot, administrators of John Lightfoot; 5 Nov 1825

71††††††††††† account current with William Trousdale and Andrew Irwin, administrators of Lamuel Bell; 3 Sep 1825

72††††††††††† account current with Robert Walker and Peter Kendall, executors of William Wallace, by commissioners Jesse Morris, Nathan Ross, J. Stancill; 26 Oct 1825

72††††††††††† account current with Thomas Townzen and James Townzen, administrators of Daniel Townzen; 7 Nov 1825

73††††††††††† account current with Robert Walker, administrator of Polly Walker, by commissioners Jesse Morris, Nathan Ross and J. Stancill; 26 Oct 1825

73††††††††††† account current with Robert Walker, administrator of Alexander Walker, by commissioners Jesse Morris, Nathan Ross and J. Stancill; 26 Oct 1825

74††††††††††† account current with the administrator of John Churchill, by commissioners John R. Acree, J. B. Neville and William Sills; 5 Nov 1825

74††††††††††††††† additional sale of the estate of Hillery Bradford by John Milam and Nancy Bradford, administrators; 18 Nov 1825

75††††††††††† sale of the estate of William King by Rachel King, administratrix; recorded Nov. term 1825

76††††††††††††††† additional inventory of the estate of William King by Rachel King, administratrix; recorded Nov. term 1825

76††††††††††† yearís provisions laid off to the widow Acree by commissioners William C. Jones, Jethro Bass, David Vinson, John Jones; 13 May 1825

76††††††††††††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Samuel Jackson by Elijah Lowry, administrator; Nov. term 1825

77††††††††††† division of lands to the heirs of William Outlaw; recorded Nov. term 1825

††††††††††††††† Jefferson B. Outlaw gets 135 acres of a 320-acre tract on south side of Cumberland River adjoining Joseph Smith;

††††††††††††††† Harriet Wynn gets 135 acres from the same 320-acre tract;

††††††††††††††† William W. Outlaw gets 50 acres from the same 320-acre tract, plus 150 acres of an adjoining 320-acre tract;

††††††††††††††† Indiana Outlaw gets the 170-acre balance of the second 320-acre tract, plus 15 acres on the south side of Sugar Camp Hollow, near where Travis Moore lives;

††††††††††††††† Alexander B. Outlaw gets 274 acres on Cane Creek, one mile from Dover, called the Childress place, plus 60 acres on the tract where Travis Moore lives, plus town lots #77, #78, #79 in Dover, plus 10 acres adjoining Bellsí plantation on Sycamore Creek, plus 40 acres on Leatherwood Creek where John Nicholas lives;

††††††††††††††† Nancy Wilson gets 137 acres on Cane Creek where David C. Wilson lives, adjoining the above-mentioned 274-acre tract, plus 15 acres adjoining the 137-acre tract, plus 160 acres on Cane Creek adjoining Vinson Wyatt, which was granted to James Scarborough;

††††††††††††††† John N. Outlaw gets 137 acres adjoining that of Nancy Wilson, plus 20 acres adjoining the above tract where Sherrid Stallings lives, plus 80 acres on Hurricane Creek called Elliottís Mill place;

††††††††††††††† George D. Outlaw gets all the land (160 acres) on the north side of Cane Creek that was part of a 320-acre tract granted to Robert Nelson, where Henry Wynn lives, plus 20 acres near the head of Leatherwood Creek, plus 10 acres at the Beech Spring on Leatherwood Creek, plus 25 acres on the east fork of Leatherwood Creek at a Standing Rock, plus 25 acres below the rock, plus 20 acres above Elliottís place near the Hurricane Meeting House, plus Dover town lot #76;

††††††††††††††† Drew A. Outlaw gets the balance of the 320-acre tract on Cane Creek granted to Robert Nelson, plus 20 acres at the Ash Spring on Leatherwood Creek, plus 20 acres at the Gum Spring on the east fork of Leatherwood Creek, plus 20 acres above William Taylorís place on Leatherwood Creek, plus 15 acres at the Grassy Spring on Leatherwood Creek, plus 20 acres adjoining Widow Rawls on Tennessee River, plus 12.5 acres adjoining Nicholasí plantation, plus Dover town lot #75

††††††††††††††† Patsey Levoy Erl Outlaw gets 390 acres at the mouth of Cane Creek on Tennessee River, called the Burnt Cabbin place, plus 110 acres by the Big Pond on Tennessee River near the head of Leatherwood Creek, plus 50 acres on the east fork of Leatherwood Creek called the Ball place, plus 50 acres called the Gabsey? place, plus Dover town lot #74

††††††††††††††† Lucian D. Outlaw gets 228 acres on Tennessee River below the mouth of Cane Creek, called the Smith place, plus 10 acres at James Rawlsí old place, plus 61.5 acres called the Brown place on Cane Creek, plus 80 acres adjoining the tract where Henry Wynn lives, plus 50 acres, the balance of the 90-acre Nicholas place, plus Dover town lot #73

78††††††††††† return of the sale of 320 acres by the guardians of the heirs of William Outlaw, Alexander B. Outlaw, D. A. Outlaw, David C. Wilson, Henry Wynn; Nov. term 1825

79††††††††††† Enos Taylor, George Taylor, Isaac Taylor, administratorís bond for Frederick Taylor;6 Feb 1826

80††††††††††† Sarah H. Rutland, Charles Polk, Alsey Elkins, administratorís bond for Rayford Rutland; 6 Feb 1826

81††††††††††† Nathan Skinner, William Sills, Rowland W. Wells, guardian bond for William Etheridge; 6 Feb 1826

81††††††††††† will of Messer Ward:wife Rhoda gets land and plantation on the Honey Fork of North Cross Creek; wit:Charles B. Wilcox, Polly R. Atkins; written 19 Aug 1815, recorded Feb. term 1826

82††††††††††† Hugh McMillan, Phillip Hornberger, Drury D. Brinson, constable bond; 6 Feb 1826

82††††††††††† Cave Johnson and Cullen Bayliss, ferry bond on Cumberland River at Dover; 10 Feb 1826

83††††††††††† Richard Bagwell, John Scarborough, John Lee, tavern bond; 9 Feb 1826

84††††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures a black boy, aged 11, to Susanah Edwards; 6 Feb 1826

84††††††††††† sale of the Negroes of Isaac Brunson to Nathan Ross, Christopher Brandon, Nathan Skinner, David Reddick, Samuel Ross, David Gray, Thomas Gray; wit:W. R. Reddick, A. W. Ross; 2 Jan 1826

85††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Frederick Taylor by Enos Taylor, administrator

85††††††††††† account current with Joseph B. Neville and Nathaniel Parker, administrators of James McCullock; 8 Feb 1826

86††††††††††† account current with Thomas Ward, sheriff and collector of taxes; Feb. term 1826

86††††††††††† sale of the estate of John Reddick by Elisha Williams; buyers were James Stalls and Nathan Ross Jr.; 30 Dec 1825

87††††††††††† sale of the estate of Ephraim Wyatt by Agathey Wyatt; buyers included Agga Wyatt, Zilly Wyatt, John H. Rainwaters, John Wyatt, Vincent Wyatt, Nathaniel Purtle;

88††††††††††† account current with William Bailey, Stewart County trustee

89††††††††††† dowry of land to the widow of Hillery Bradford:27 1/3 acres, part of 82 acres willed to Hillery Bradford by his father Davis? E. Bradford on the east bank of South Cross Creek; 1 Feb 1826

90††††††††††††††† enumeration lists taken May 1826:

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Drury D. Borns as taken by Gladin Gorin:82

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Williamís company as taken by David Moore:97

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Mooreís company as taken by Woodson Daniel:61

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Milamís company as taken by Adam McGee:72

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Oliveís company as taken by Charles Polk:96

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Colsonís company as taken by John K. Colson:162

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Leaís company as taken by Jordan Hamblet:61

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Hoganís company as taken by Frederick Weston:73

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Brewerís company as taken by Andrew Irwin:56

††††††††††††††† number in Capt. Wallaceís company as taken by Robert Walker:121

91††††††††††† James Scarborough, John Scarborough, Joseph Smith, coroner's bond; 3 May 1826

91††††††††††††††† additional inventory of the estate of Robert Cooper by John Scarborough and Alex. B. Outlaw, administrators; May term 1826

92††††††††††††††† Anthony Lee, John A. Lee, William R. Atkins, Henry L. Atkins, constable bond; 1 May 1826

92††††††††††† sale of the Negroes of William M. Cooley by Jonathan Cooley, administrator; buyers were William Coleman, George Weeks

93††††††††††† Nathan Skinner, Ewing McKinney, John Duncan, administratorís bond for Axom Vinson; 1 May 1826

94††††††††††† William Burford, William Bayliss, C. C. Clements, David Rushing, administratorís bond for Patsey Burford; 2 May 1826

95††††††††††† James Gray, Cullen Bayliss, Crawford Bradford, administratorís bond for Stephen English; 1 May 1826

96††††††††††† Thomas Ward, John Scarborough, Alexander B. Outlaw, David Irwin, Josiah Askew, collectorís bond for the public taxes of 1826; 1 May 1826

97††††††††††† account current with the administrator of William M. Cooley by commissioners Nathan Ross, Davis Moore, John Allen; 3 May 1826

98††††††††††††††† valuation of the Negroes belonging to the estate of William M. Cooley, done at the request of his heirs to satisfy their claim as heirs of Joel? Cooley; 12 Feb 1826

98††††††††††† sale of the estate of Rayford Rutland by Sally Rutland, administratrix; returned May term 1826

100††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures an oprhan boy, aged 15 in June 1826, to George Petty; 1 May 1826

101††††††††† Joseph B. Neville, William Hicks, administratorís bond for Daniel Runton; 7 Aug 1826

102††††††††† Thomas W. Tyree, William Bailey, George Hicks, constable bond; 7 Aug 1826

103††††††††† Thomas Dodd, Lamuel G. Cherry, C. C. Clements, William Bayliss, administratorís bond for William Cherry; 8 Aug 1826

104††††††††† Rachel King, John H. Petty, George Petty, guardian bond for John R. King, Henry B. King, William G. King; 7 Aug 1826

104††††††††† Pervines Williams, Miles Williams, John Scarborough, Henry H. Winn, constable bond;7 Aug 1826

105††††††††† John K. Colson, James Scarborough, John James, guardian bond for Barnett Cooley; 7 Aug 1826

106††††††††† Thomas Townzen, Jeptha Milton, Tilman Sexton, guardian bond for James Manfield Craig; 7 Aug 1826

107††††††††† Phillip Hornberger, Nelson Crosswell, tavern bond; 7 Aug 1826

108††††††††† sale of the estate of William Cherry by administrators Lemuel Cherry and Thomas Dodd; buyers include Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Luton, Lemuel Cherry, William Cherry, William Williams, John Scarborough, Thomas Dodd, Thomas Watson, William Bailey, William James, James Scarborough, Cullen Bayliss, John Broadway, Vinson Wyatt, Narcissa Cherry, William K. Colson, A. B. Outlaw, Joseph Smith, William B.H. Cherry, John Richards, John James, A. Andrews; 16 Jun 1826

110††††††††† will of William Cherry; dau. Nica Hickson; mentions land on W. side of Lick Ck.; Thomas Dodd and Lemuel Cherry executors; wit:Thomas Watson, C. C. Clements; written 12 May 1826, prob. Aug. 1826

110††††††††† Joshua Hamblet, Green H. Bradford, guardian bond for Allen Merryman; 8 Aug 1826

111††††††††† article of agreement between Cullen Bayliss and Cave Johnson for land in and near Dover; wit:George Weeks, P. Priestly; 9 Aug 1826

112††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Stephen English by James Gray, administrator; recorded Aug. term 1826

113††††††††† sale of the estate of Stephen English; buyers include Polly English, William Coleman, Alexander Craig, John A. Guice, Ephraim English, Sarah Rutland, Reubin Lowe, Anderson Sexton, Tilman Sexton, Ebineezer Rumfelt, Richard Bradford, Exuan Wilson, George Wilson, George Bankhead, Frederick Weston, Pervines Williams, James Cook, Alexander Able, James Scarborough, Daniel Lee, Frederick Turner, Benjamin Andrews, Thomas Trent, Alexander Brightwell, James Guerin, Willis Whitford, Berry Duff, Edwin Smith, Solomon Dawson, James Blount, James McDougal, Thomas Townzen, Ebineezer Skinner, Thomas Trout, H. H. Wynn, James Gray, Robert Jackson, Robert Coleman, Drury Andrews, Abraham Phillips; recorded Aug. term 1826

115††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of William Cherry by Thomas Dodd & Lemuel Cherry; notes on Timothy Taylor, Alfred Ross;Aug term, 1826

116††††††††† widow's dowry for Ann Cooley (widow of William M.) by commissioners John Lee, Elias W. Smith, John Williams, Jesse Morris, Edward Kelly, William Webster, Etheldred Wallace, David Moore, George Weeks, Elisha Williams, John Morgan; Aug. term 1826

117††††††††† bond from James H. Brigham to Drury D. Brinson for land sold to Brinson on 1 Jan 1823; wit:John Stanfill, Mathew Manning; 3 Jan 1825, recorded Aug. term 1826

117††††††††† return by Ewing McKinney, guardian to David Brunson, Jane Cox (formerly Jane Brunson), Kisiah Brunson, children of Isaac Brunson Jr.; Aug. term 1826

118††††††††† sale of the estate of Axom Vincent on 12 May 1826; buyers include Widow Vincent, William R. Hicks, Jesse Vincent, James Churchill, Mrs. Acree, Isham Sills, William Sills, Willie Sills, Nathan Skinner, Littleberry Futrell, Joel Outland, William Jones, Thomas G. Downs, Thomas Shaw, Joseph B. Nevell, William Downs, Littleberry Belisles, Joseph Outland, Jordan Champion; returned Aug. term 1826

118††††††††††††††† guardianís return by John Tomlinson, guardian to the heirs of Hilley Bradford

119††††††††† account current with the administrator of John Reddick by commissioners John Ferrell, Robert Walker, John Stancill; Aug. term 1826

119††††††††† Cullen Bayliss and Willie Bayliss, licensed as retail merchants for 12 months beginning 10 Oct 1826

120††††††††† Cullen Bayliss licensed to sell merchandise at his home in Bowling Green for 12 months beginning 2 July 1827

120††††††††† George Hicks and Henry N. Tyree licensed as retail merchants in Dover for 12 months beginning 12 May 1827

121††††††††† Thomas Ward, James Gray, Joseph Smith, administratorís bond for William W. Outlaw; 9 Nov 1826

122††††††††††††††† Benjamin Collier, James Rushing, C. C. Clements, Eli Stavely, administratorís bond for Ferrebee Collier; 6 Nov 1826

123††††††††††††††† Penelope Griffin, Jethro Bass, Joseph Griffin, administratorís bond for Benjamin Griffin; 6 Nov 1826

124††††††††† Mary (Polly) English, James Gray, Thomas Ward, guardian bond for Ephraim English, Louisa English, Pernina English, heirs of Stephen English; 9 Nov 1826

124††††††††† year's provisions for Fanney Bunton (widow of Daniel) by A. G. Wallace, William C. Williams, John Manning;30 Sep 1826

125††††††††††††††† Etheldred Wallace, George W. Wallace, Abithal Wallace, administratorís bond for Susannah Wallace; 6 Nov 1826

126††††††††† Thomas Ward, Drew A. Outlaw, John Scarborough, John A. M. Boyd, sheriffís bond; 7 Nov 1826

127††††††††† Henry L. Atkins, Anthony Lee, William R. Atkins, constable bond; 7 Nov 1826

127††††††††† Daniel W. Findley, Phillip Hornberger, David Moore, constable bond; 6 Nov 1826

128††††††††† John Taylor, Wilson Randle, James Hogan, constable bond; 8 Nov 1826

129††††††††† sale of the estate of Frederick Taylor by administrator Enos Taylor on 22 Feb 1826; buyers include Henry Taylor, Enos Taylor, Isaac Taylor, John Taylor, Anderson Taylor, George Taylor, William Webster, John Carr, Jonathan Elliott, Thomas D. Beauchamp, Elijah Fletcher, Zanti McKinney, B. Wallace, John Lee, Stephen Franklin, Nathan Skinner, Nathan Ross, John Ramey, George Lawrence, John Fullerton, Ben Griffin, Moses Brunson, John Ross; returned Nov term, 1826

131††††††††† sale of the estate of William Cherry by Thomas Dodd & Lemuel Cherry; buyers include Thomas Dodd, Lemuel Cherry, Mrs. Cherry; 4 Nov 1826

131††††††††† sale of the estate of Daniel Bunton by J. B. Neville, administrator; buyers include Fanny Bunton, John Acree, William Williams; returned Nov. term 1826

132††††††††† account current with Rachel King, administratrix of William King

134††††††††† John Weaks, Joanna Weaks, William Webster, James King, administratorís bond for William Weaks; 5 Feb 1827

135††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Thomas McGee, an orphan boy aged 9, to Cornelius Anderson; 6 Feb 1827

135††††††††† Thomas Ward, Drury A. Outlaw, William Fitzgerald, administratorís bond for James H. Russell; 7 Feb 1827

136††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Charlotte Jernigan, an orphan girl aged 6, to James Hambleton; 6 Feb 1827

137††††††††† William Tubb, William Milam, Hugh McMillan, Christopher Buckhannon, constable bond; 6 Feb 1827

138††††††††† John Scarborough, Thomas Ward, William Trousdale, guardian bond for Jefferson B. Outlaw;7 Feb 1827

138††††††††† yearís provision for the widow of Stephen English by commissioners Charles Polk, Robert S. Coleman, Alexander Brightwell; 2 Jun 1826

139††††††††† William Bailey, C. C. Clements, Emanuel James, trusteeís bond; 6 Feb 1827

139††††††††† C. Bayliss, George W. Atkins, H. L. Atkins, commissioner's bond; 6 Feb 1827

140††††††††† H. L. Atkins, George W. Atkins, C. Bayliss, C. C. Clements, tax collector's bond for 1827; 6 Feb 1827

140††††††††† Gladden Gorin, guardianís return for Elizabeth Jackson and Fanny Jackson; mentions $18.12 received from their grandfatherís estate

141††††††††† Nelson Crosswell, William Tubb, Woodson Daniel, constable bond; 5 Feb 1827

141††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of William Weaks by John F. Weaks and Joanna Weaks, administrators

142††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Rolin Milam by Solomon Milam and William Milam

143††††††††† Bithel Wallace, George W. Wallace, Samuel Ross, constable bond; 5 Feb 1827

143††††††††† Henry L. Atkins, George W. Atkins, Cullin Bayliss, C. C. Clements, bond for the collection of taxes in 1827; 6 Feb 1827

144††††††††††††††† Catharine Tomlinson, Uriah Tomlinson, John Milam, John Tomlinson, administratorís bond for William Tomlinson; 5 Feb 1827

145††††††††† Joseph B. Neville, John Fletcher, James Byer, constable bond; 5 Feb 1827

145††††††††† James Stalls, Elisha Williams, William Pugh, administratorís bond for Jesse Stalls; 5 Feb 1827

146††††††††† Solomon Milam, William Milam, Andrew Irwin, John Milam, administratorís bond for Rolin Milam; 6 Feb 1827

147††††††††† James Daniel, Woodson Daniel, Benjamin Sexton, constable bond; 5 Feb 1827

148††††††††† will of William Tomlinson Jr.:wife Catharine, son Daniel Tomlinson, executors are wife Catharine, Uriah Tomlinson; wit:Adam McGee, John Milam, John Tomlinson; written 1 Dec 1826

149††††††††† sale of the estate of Rowland Milam on 5 Nov 1826; many buyers

152††††††††† account current of Thomas Ward, sheriff, with William Bailey, county trustee; 26 Jan 1827

154††††††††† sale of the estate of Feriby Collier by Benjamin Collier; many buyers

157††††††††† sale of the estate of Susannah Wallace by Etheldred Wallace; buyers include Eaton Wallace, John Wallace, Edmund Wallace, Asa Morris, Frances Frizler, Abithal Wallace, John Duncan, Zanty McKinney, Axum Wallace, William Strawbridge, George W. Wallace, Etheldred Wallace, Archibald Legget, Jesse Stancel, Nathan Stancel;10 Nov 1826

158††††††††† account current by David Irwin, administrator of Henry Edwards; payments to children Betsey Edwards, Henry Edwards, J. P. Edwards, Sally C. Edwards, Penelope Edwards, Martha Edwards

160††††††††† Elisha Jackson, William Crows, Benjamin W. Daniel, William Alsup, adminstratorís bond for Woodson Daniel; 7 May 1827

161††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures William Rockel, an orphan boy aged 7, to William Ellis; 9 May 1827

161††††††††† James Gardner acknowledges receipt from his father John Gardner of a Negro boy, and quits claim to any other part of his fatherís estate; wit:T. W. Ward, Sally Wofford; 17 Mar 1827

162††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Prianna, an orphan girl aged 9, to William Tubb; 9 May 1827

163††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures girls Sally (age 7) and Eliza (age 9) to Abigal Robertson; security:Thomas W. Collins; 8 May 1827

163††††††††††††††† guardianís return by John Tomlinson, guardian to the heirs of Hilliard Bradford; 8 May 1827

163††††††††††††††† additional inventory and sale of the estate of John Randal by William Randal and Wilson Randal; May term 1827

164††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Mann Phillips by William Phillips; 7 May 1827

165††††††††††††††† settlement with the administrator of John Randal by commissioners Emanuel James, James Gray, Joseph Smith; 8 May 1827

166††††††††††††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Jesse Stalls by James Stalls, administrator, on 4 Feb 1827; buyers include Polly Stalls, Daniel Stalls, James Stalls, Asa Morris, Edward Robbins, Frances Frizle, Elisha Williams, George W. Wallace, John B. Clary, Charles Kelley, Elijah Stalls, Edmond Wallace

167††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of William Tomlinson by Uriah Tomlinson and Catharine Tomlinson

167††††††††† account current with Joseph B. Neville, administrator of Henly Acree, by commissioners John R. Acree, William C. Jones, William Sills

168††††††††† sale of the estate of William Weaks on 17 Feb 1827; buyers include Joannah Weaks, George Atkins, Charles Kelley, John Morgan, John Duncan, William Travis, John Clary, Andrew Collins, Joseph Webster, Joshua White, Edwin Barnes, Lemuel Cherry, John Lee

169††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Henry Robertson, aged 10, to James Hambleton; 8 May 1827

170††††††††† Willis Manning, John Manning, William C. Jones, administratorís bond for Clement Luton; 7 May 1827

171††††††††† Henry L. Wall, John Scarborough, Drury A. Outlaw, guardian bond for Charles Ann Roads King; 7 May 1827

171††††††††† Cullen Bayliss and Willie Bayliss licensed as retail merchants for 12 months beginning 10 Oct 1827

172††††††††††††††† Christopher C. Clements, John Weaks, James Hogan, administratorís bond for Simion Turner; 7 May 1827

173††††††††† James Gray, Wilson Randal, William Randal, administratorís bond for Miles Williams; 7 May 1827

174††††††††† William Phillips, Joshua Hamlett, Anthony Lee, William Dunbar, administratorís bond for Mann Phillips; 7 May 1827

175††††††††† Elizabeth Hooks, David Moore, Samuel Ross, administratorís bond for Charles Hooks; 7 May 1827

176††††††††† sale of the estate of Benjamin Griffin on 20 Nov 1826; buyers included Penelope Griffin, Jesse Stalls, Caleb Ellis, John Clary, Henry King, Elijah Fletcher, Joseph Griffin, James Pryor, Etheldred Wallace, John Lee, Eaton Wallace, Nathan Stancil, Edward Whitehead, Eli Ross, John Pryor, Nimrod Fletcher

177††††††††† list of notes and accounts in the estate of James H. Russell, by Thomas Ward, administrator

180††††††††† will of Woodson Daniel:wife and children unnamed; wit:William Alsup, John Daniel, William T. Fowler; written 13 Apr 1827

180††††††††† George D. Outlaw licensed to sell merchandise at his home in Dover for twelve months beginning 10 Jun 1827; recorded 10 Aug 1827

181††††††††† John Scarborough, Joseph P. Wimberly, Thomas Ward, guardian bond for Charles King; 9 Aug 1827

181††††††††† John Brigham, David Brigham, John K. Colson, guardian bond for Indimeon Brigham and Mary Brigham; 6 Aug 1827

182††††††††† John Scarborough, Joseph P. Wimberly, Thomas Ward, guardian bond for Mary Ann King; 9 Aug 1827

182††††††††† John Scarborough, Joseph P. Wimberly, Thomas Ward, guardian bond for Elizabeth King; 9 Aug 1827

183††††††††† John Scarborough, George D. Outlaw, Thomas Ward, tavern bond; 10 Aug 1827

183††††††††† William Randle, Gideon Milam, Mark Milam, constable bond; 6 Aug 1827

184††††††††† Henry McGee, David Moore, Joshua Hamblet, constable bond; 6 Aug 1827

184††††††††† Willis Manning, John Manning, Samuel Ross, ferry bond across Cumberland River near the mouth of the Saline; 6 Aug 1827

185††††††††† sale of the estate of Mann Phillips by William Phillips, adminstrator; many buyers, including Augusta Phillips, Elizabeth Phillips, William Phillips

190††††††††† sale of the estate of Woodson Daniel by administrators Elisha Jackson and William Crows; buyers include Phillip Williams, R. H. Ragan, Christopher Bohannon, William Crows, Henry Wynn, James Cook, Samuel Lockhart, Robert Wyatt, Elisha Jackson, Enoch Fowler, Drury Byrd, William Alsup

190††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Woodson Daniel by Elisha Jackson, administrator

190††††††††† yearís provisions for Polly Cherry, widow of William Cherry, by William Bailey, Joseph Smith; 5 Aug 1826

191††††††††† yearís provisions for Elizabeth Luton, widow of Clement H. Luton

191††††††††† yearís provisions for Joanna Weaks, widow of William Weaks; 17 Feb 1827

191††††††††† yearís provisions for the widow of Miles Williams by Richard Taylor, William Largent, John Taylor; 10 Jun 1827

191††††††††† yearís provisions for the widow of Axum Vinson; 6 Aug 1827

192††††††††† yearís provisions for the widow of Charles Hooks; 18 May 1827

192††††††††† yearís provisions for the widow of Jesse Stalls; 14 Feb 1827

192††††††††† account current with the administrator of Indimeon Brigham by commissioners Gladin Goren, Alexander Brown, Abner Gilmore; 2 Jul 1827

193††††††††† account current with Henry H. Wynn and James Jones, administrators of Thomas Wynn; 4 Aug 1827

195††††††††† sale of the estate of Stephen English by James Gray, administrator; buyers include Joseph Coleman, George W. Bankhead, Eph. English, James Gray, James English, Levi Spears, George Wilson

196††††††††† sale of Miles Williams by James Gray, administrator; buyers incl. Frances Williams, Williamson Williams, Benjamin Williams, Tilman Sexton, Wilson Randle, William Randle, Levi Spears, Pleasant Cross, Miles Sexton, Henry Wynn, Fred. Weston, John Williams;15 Jun 1827

198††††††††† sale of the estate of Clement H. Luton by Willis Manning; many buyers, including Elizabeth Luton, Reed Luton, King Luton, Samuel B. Luton

201††††††††† account current with Nathan Skinner, guardian for Thomas Bond and Benjamin Bond; 1 Aug 1827

202††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Charles Hooks by Elizabeth Hooks, administratrix

202††††††††† sale of the estate of Charles Hooks by Elizabeth Hooks; buyers include Elizabeth Hooks, John F. Hooks, C. B. Wilcox, William Smith, James Stalls

204††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Nathan Skinner, guardian of the heirs of David T. Etherige; 3 Aug 1827

204††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Nathan Skinner, guardian of the heirs of John Bond; 3 Aug 1827

204††††††††††††††† additional account current with Rachel King, administratrix of William King; 26 May 1827

205††††††††† account current with Thomas Ward, sheriff and collector of taxes, with trustee William Bailey; 8 Aug 1827

205††††††††† account current with Lewis Elliott, former guardian to Thomas Bond and Benjamin Bond; 1 Aug 1827

207††††††††††††††† agreement of separation between Nathan Skinner and wife Marsah Skinner; property to be divided by commissioners Nathan Ross Sr., John R. Acree, Thomas S. Elliott, Robert Walker; 1 Aug 1827, recorded Nov. term 1827

207††††††††††††††† commissioners set aside property for Marsah Skinner, including the plantation on the dry fork of Saline Creek where John Wells lives; Sept. 1827

208††††††††††††††† additional inventory of the estate of John King by C. C. Clements and James King

208††††††††† account current with Elijah Lowry, guardian to the heirs of Phillip Rushing; mentions trips to Hardin County and to Huntsville to collect money for the heirs; 5 Nov 1827

209††††††††† Eliza A. Boyd, Amelia Thornton, James King, C. C. Clements, guardian bond for Richard Boyd; 6 Nov 1827

209††††††††† Nancy Bell, Zachariah Wyatt, James Wyatt, administratorís bond for Benjamin Bell; 5 Nov 1827

210††††††††† John Richards, John K. Colson, William Webster, C. C. Clements, administratorís bond for Elizabeth Russell; 5 Nov 1827

211††††††††† Joseph Smith, Joseph B. Neville, William Bayliss, guardian bond for Eliza Oneal; 5 Nov 1827

212††††††††††††††† inventory and sale of Simon Turner by C. C. Clements, administrator; buyers were William King, Benjamin Williams; Nov. term 1827

212††††††††† account current of William Cherry by commissioners Joseph Smith, George Petty, William Bailey;allowances to Thomas Dodd and Lamuel Cherry; 25 Oct 1827

214††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn by William Wynn; description of 127 acres on Tennessee at the mouth of Leatherwood Creek, awarded to William Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

215††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn; description of 101 acres on Tennessee river, awarded to Gabriel Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

216††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn; description of 103 acres on Tennessee river, awarded to Westley Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

217††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn; description of 101 acres, awarded to John Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

218††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn; description of 110 acres on Tennessee river, awarded to Benjamin Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

219††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn; description of 101 acres on Tennessee river, awarded to Emerline Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

220††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn; description of 96 acres, awarded to Thomas Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

221††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn; description of 105 acres at the mouth of Leatherwood Creek, awarded to Henry Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

222††††††††† division of the lands of Thomas Wynn; description of 140 acres in Henry County near the mouth of Leatherwood Creek, awarded to Archibald Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

222††††††††† division of widowís dower for the widow of Thomas Wynn; 6 Nov 1827

223††††††††† will of Edward Kelly:wife Sally gets 60 acres; wife Sally and Elisha Williams Sr. are executors;wit:John Kelly Jr., Elisha Williams; written 30 Nov 1827, probated Feb. term 1828

224††††††††† Elisha Williams, Jesse Morris, Joshua Whitehead, administratorís bond for Edward Kelly;4 Feb 1828

225††††††††† James Jones, Henry H. Wynn, Henry Wynn, guardian bond for Archibald Wynn; 5 Feb 1828

225††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Ewin McKinney, guardian for David Brunson; reports settlement with Kisiah Brunson; Feb. term 1828

226††††††††††††††† Winniford Wynn, Henry H. Wynn, James Jones, Henry Wynn, guardian bond for John Wynn; 5 Feb 1828

226††††††††††††††† Winniford Wynn, Henry H. Wynn, James Jones, Henry Wynn, guardian bond for Emeline Wynn; 5 Feb 1828

227††††††††††††††† Winniford Wynn, Henry H. Wynn, James Jones, Henry Wynn, guardian bond for Thomas Wynn; 5 Feb 1828

228††††††††††††††† Winniford Wynn, Henry H. Wynn, James Jones, Henry Wynn, guardian bond for Benjamin Wynn; 5 Feb 1828

229††††††††††††††† Winniford Wynn, Henry H. Wynn, James Jones, Henry Wynn, guardian bond for Albert W. Wynn; 5 Feb 1828

230††††††††† sale of the estate of Elizabeth Russell by administrator John Richards; buyers include David Rogers, John Richards, Joseph N. Johnson, William Kay, William Bailey, Christopher C. Clements, William Magee, John K. Colson, Martin Howard, William Williams, Amelia Thornton, Lewis Downs, Abithal Wallace, Mable Russell, John Lee, Henry Andrews, John Manning, George W. Atkins

231††††††††† estate settlement of Arthur Griffin by Elizabeth Griffin, guardian; heirs:Polly Griffin, Dawsey Griffin, Martha Griffin, Nancy Griffin, Elizabeth Griffin, Arthur Griffin

233††††††††† return of Joseph Smith in behalf of his wife Mary, formerly Mary Oneal, one of the guardians of the heirs of Zachariah Oneal; 7 Feb 1828

234††††††††† widowís dower for Rachel King, now Rachel Boyd, by commissioners John James, Joseph Smith, John Scarborough:31 acres on the east bank of Lick Creek, including the dwelling house and improvements of William King; 11 Jan 1828

234††††††††††††††† additional return of the estate of Hilley Bradford, by administrator John Tomlinson

234††††††††† account current of the estate of Briant Oneal by William McGee

235††††††††† sale of the estate of Clement H. Luton by administrator Willis Manning; buyers include William C. Jones, John Manning, Hosea Borin, Miss Manning,

236††††††††† sale of the estate of Benjamin Bell on 15 Nov 1827 by administratrix Nancy Bell; buyers include Nancy Bell, Charles Summers, Willie Pitt, Henry Wyatt, Zachariah Wyatt, Asa Prier, James Daniel, John Bell, John Thomason, Pinson Wyatt, Daniel McLoud, James Wyatt, Elisha Jackson, John Wyatt, Thomas Harris

237††††††††† division of the personal estate of David T. Etherige between his widow (now Penina Duncan, wife of Henry Duncan) and his children William T. Etherige, Elizabeth Skinner (wife of Jonathan Skinner), Margret Thomas (wife of James Thomas), John Etherige, Martha (Patsy) Etherige, Polly Etherige, Sally Etherige; 7 Dec 1827

238††††††††† William Kay licensed to sell merchandise at his home in Dover, for 12 months beginning 20 Nov 1827

239††††††††† Henry L. Atkins, George W. Atkins, Christopher C. Clements, Cullen Bayliss, tax collector's bond; 7 May 1828

240††††††††† Tabitha Bayliss, Rufus M. Smith, Henry Weaks, Francis Smith, administratorís bond for William Bayliss; 5 May 1828

241††††††††† Margret Ellis, John B. Clary, Joseph Pinner, administratorís bond for Caleb Ellis; 5 May 1828

242††††††††† William C. Jones, Willis Manning, Joseph B. Neville, administratorís bond for John Jones; 5 May 1828

243††††††††† will of John Jones:son William C. Jones, daughter Sally Jones, daughter Elizabeth Manning, wife Blanchy Jones, son David Jones, granddaughter Elizabeth Manning; mentions land on Crockettís Creek; wit:Lennerd Shaw, Nathaniel Acree, Enos Vinson, David Churchill, Jesse Vinson

244††††††††††††††† Anthony Lee, George W. Atkins, James Gray, constable bond; 5 May 1828

245††††††††† William C. Jones, Willis Manning, Joseph B. Neville, guardian bond for David Jones; 5 May 1828

246††††††††† Daniel W. Finlay, Christopher C. Clements, Philander Priestly, administratorís bond for Joseph M. Smith; 8 May 1828

247††††††††† Henry H. Wynn, Elisha Askew, Frederick Groce, guardian bond for William Wynn; 5 May 1828

248††††††††††††††† inventory and sale of the Henry County estate of John Randal by Elisha Williams Sr.; May 1828

249††††††††††††††† guardianís return by David Irwin, guardian for the minor heirs of Henry Edwards

249††††††††† court orders yearís provisions to be laid off for the widow of Benjamin Bell; Feb. term 1828

249††††††††††††††† guardianís return by John K. Colson, guardian for Barnet Cooley

249††††††††††††††† additional sale of the property of John King by administrators C. C. Clements and James King

250††††††††† Henry L. Wall, guardianís report for Charles Ann R. King

250††††††††† John A. M Boyd, guardian return for the heirs of William King; heirs include John B. King, Thomas H. King, George Ann King, Rachel Boyd (wife of John A. M. Boyd, formerly Rachel King)

250††††††††† John Scarborough, guardianís return for Jefferson B. Outlaw, heir of William Outlaw; 7 May 1828

250††††††††† John Scarborough, guardianís return for the heirs of John King; 7 May 1828

251††††††††† Matthew Manning, guardianís return for Martha Vinson; 3 May 1828

251††††††††† Elisa Boyd, guardianís return for Richard Boyd; 7 May 1828

251††††††††††††††† Etheldred Wallace, Guardian's return for 1827 for the heirs of William D. Wallace, namely Charly Wallace, Axom G. Wallace, Josiah Wallace, Minesa Wallace, Hariet Wallace and George W. Wallace; 3 May 1828

252††††††††† sale of the estate of Woodson Daniel by administrators Elisha Jackson and William Cherry on 28 Mar 1828; recorded 5 May 1828

252††††††††† James Scarborough, guardian's return for the heirs of David Scarborough; 5 May 1828

253††††††††† widow's dower for Elizabeth Hooks (widow of Charles Hooks):part of 100 acres purchased of John Atkins Sr., plus 18 acres purchased from Ephraim B. Davidson, totaling 39 acres; 23 Feb 1828

253††††††††† Samuel Parrish licensed to sell merchandise at his home in Dover for 12 months beginning 16 Apr 1828

254††††††††††††††† Alexander B. Outlaw licensed to sell merchandise at his home in Dover for 12 months beginning 10 Jun 1828

254††††††††† William H. West licensed to sell merchandise at his home in the county for 12 months beginning 10 Jun 1828

254††††††††††††††† Benjamin Kelly, David Irwin, Edmond Kelly, administratorís bond for William Ellis; 5 Aug 1828

255††††††††† Henry H. Wynn, John Randle, Henry Lightfoot, John Taylor, David Hardison, administratorís bond for Thomas Lightfoot; 5 Aug 1828

256††††††††† Thomas and Elbert Bayliss licensed to sell merchandise in the county for 12 months beginning 3 Jul 1828

256††††††††† George Weeks licensed to sell merchandise at his home in Dover for 12 months beginning 10 May 1828

257††††††††† Thomas W. Tyree, Joseph N. Johnson, William Bailey, constable bond; 5 Aug 1828

258††††††††† Gabriel R. Jernigan, William Currey, Thomas S. Elliott, guardian bond for Nancy J. Wester; 5 Aug 1828

259††††††††† Elizabeth Griffin, Jethro Bass, James Read, guardian bond for her children Polly, Dawsey, Martha, Nancy, Elizabeth, Arthur Griffin; 5 Aug 1828

259††††††††† William H. Bradford, Green H. Bradford, James Dunbar Sr., Joshua Hamblet, guardianís bond for Carroll Bradford; 4 Aug 1828

260††††††††††††††† inventory of the estate of Caleb Ellis by Margret Ellis, administratrix; 5 Jun 1828

261††††††††† sale of the estate of Caleb Ellis on 5 Jun 1828; buyers include Margret Ellis, Elijah Fletcher, Ira Ellis, Joseph Wimberly, Armsted Taylor, Elie Ross, John Duncan, Thomas Roberts, Enos Taylor

262††††††††† yearís provisions for Tabitha Bayliss, widow of William Bayliss, by commissioners W. B. Belknap, Henry Cato, G. H. Bradford

263††††††††††††††† settlement with the estate of Henry Brag by commissioners Jesse Morris, Asa Morris, Cornelius Anderson; 30 Jul 1828

264††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Catharine Clark, aged 8, to William Almund; 5 Aug 1828

264††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Christian Bradford, guardian for Carroll J. Bradford, for the years 1821-1824

265††††††††† account current with the administrator of John King by commissioners William Kay, William Bailey, Cullen Bayliss; 26 May 1828

267††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Elmina Black to Nathan G. Morris; securities:A. G. Wallace, Jesse Morris; 5 Aug 1828

268††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures orphan Moses Black to John Fletcher; securities:Jesse Morris, Christopher Brandon; 5 Aug 1828

269††††††††† sale of the estate of William Bayliss; buyers include Tabitha Bayliss, R. M. Smith, Laurena Manning, David Moor, Jesse Collier, Robert Joiner, James Collier, John Scarborough, William Randle, P. Goff, Joseph Handlin, John H. Bradford, Francis Smith, Uriah Tomlinson, William Tubbs, Henry Weaks, Joel Bayliss, William McGee, John Ford, John Davidson, John Tomlinson Jr., William Williams, James Dunbar Sr.

272††††††††† sale of the estate of Joseph M. Smith; buyers include David Montgomery, M. B. Belknap, Eli H. Woods, John Milam, John J. Elliot, P. Goff, James Hanlin

272††††††††† account of the hire of Negroes belonging to the estate of Isaac Brunson, for the year 1825, by administrator Nathan Ross

273††††††††† return of commissioners yearís allowance to the widow of Caleb Ellis, by commissioners Robert Walker, Allen Elliot, Johnathan Elliot, John Pinner; 15 Jun 1828

273††††††††††††††† guardianís return by James G. Dowdy, guardian for the heirs of Elum Milam; 4 Aug 1828

274††††††††† Thomas W. Collins and wife Sarah Collins entrust property, and Sarahís children (Lucinda Gaugh, Green Gaugh, Abargal Gaugh, Patience Gaugh and Elizabeth Gaugh) to William Green; 15 Aug 1828

274††††††††††††††† inventory and sale of the estate of John Jones; buyers include William C. Jones, Sally Jones, Willis Manning, John R. Acree, David Jones, Blancy Jones, E. J. Vinson, Nathaniel Acree, many others

280††††††††† account current with James Gray, administrator of Stephen English

282††††††††† account current with Etheldred Wallace, administratorís of Susannah Wallace, dec'd., by commissioners John B. Clary, H. L. Wall, Elisha Williams; notes on John Williams, Charly Whitford, John Stancel, Edmond Wallace

283††††††††† account current with C. C. Clements, administrator of Simon Turner; 5 Jul 1828

285††††††††† James Scarborough, John Scarborough, Britton Sexton, coronerís bond; 4 Nov 1828

285††††††††† John F. Weaks, Joanna Weaks, C. C. Clements, Henry Weaks, guardian bond for Mary Weaks; 3 Nov 1828

286††††††††† John Lee, James Caldwell, Joseph N. Johnson, Nathan Ross, tavern bond; 8 Nov 1828

287††††††††† Elisha Williams, Jesse Morris, A.G. Wallace, administratorís bond for William Bennett; 3 Nov 1828

288††††††††††††††† Zachariah Wyatt, Robert Wyatt, Vinson Wyatt, James Wyatt, guardian bond for Emeline Bell; test:C. Johnson; 5 Nov 1828

289††††††††† Elizabeth Nicholds, Josiah Winters, James Nicholds, James Wyatt, Michael M. Vickers, Allen Carter, administratorís bond for James Nicholds; 3 Nov 1828

290††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures orphan boy Allen Merimon to Wilford D. Turner; security:Joshua Hamlett; 3 Nov 1828

291††††††††† William H. Pugh, John Scarborough, Elijah Fletcher, constable bond; 5 Nov 1828

291††††††††† Abithel Wallace, Axom G. Wallace, Elijah Fletcher, constable bond; 4 Nov 1828

292††††††††† John Taylor, Richard Taylor, James Hogan, constable bond; 4 Nov 1828

293††††††††† John H. Petty, George Petty, D. Aug. Outlaw, guardian bond for William G. King; 3 Nov 1828

294††††††††† Hugh McMillan, Phillip Hornberger, David Rushing, administratorís bond for Catharine McMillan; 3 Nov 1828

295††††††††† Jesse Reams, Neddy Reams, Hugh McMillan, administratorís bond for John Robbs; 3 Nov 1828

296††††††††††††††† Zachariah Wyatt, Robert Wyatt, James Wyatt, guardianís bond for Lamuel Bell; 3 Nov 1828

297††††††††† John F. Weaks, Joannah Weaks, C. C. Clements, Henry Weaks, guardian bond for Eliza A. Weaks; 3 Nov 1828

298††††††††† Ira Ellis, Jesse Morris, Elijah Fletcher, guardian bond for Winfred Brag; 3 Nov 1828

299††††††††† James Gray, chairman pro-tem of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures orphan boy Elbert McGee, aged 2, to Adam McGee; 5 Nov 1828

300††††††††† Ira Ellis, Jesse Morris, Elijah Fletcher, guardian bond for Pinella Brag; 3 Nov 1828

301††††††††† account current with Penelope Taylor, wife of Armsted Taylor, administratrix of Benjamin Griffin, by commissioners Jesse Morris, Asa Morris, Etheldred Wallace,; 2 Oct 1828

302††††††††† Ira Ellis, Jesse Morris, Elijah Fletcher, guardian bond for Nathan S. Brag; 3 Nov 1828

303††††††††† Ira Ellis, Jesse Morris, Elijah Fletcher, guardian bond for Thomas H. Brag; 3 Nov 1828

304††††††††† Thomas Ward, D. A. G. Outlaw, John Scarborough, John Brown, sheriffís bond; 5 Nov 1828

305††††††††† sale of the estate of Thomas Lightfoot by H. H. Wynns and John Randal, administrators; buyers include widow, Benjamin Bird, David Handline, John Taylor, John Clark, Etheldred Folks, Gabriel Wynns, Willie Cathey, Benjamin Taylor, Lardner Clark, John R. Atkins, Mrs. Folks, David Hardison, Edmond Clark, Andrew Martain, Benjamin Collier, H. H. Wynns, J. D. Duffman, John Randal, Etta Tomlinson, Frederick Weston, Thomas Dodd, Mark Milam, Allen Sexton, Henry Andrews

307††††††††††††††† inventory and sale of the estate of William Ellis on 12 Sep 1828 by administrator Benjamin Kay

308††††††††††††††† settlement with the administrator of William Weaks, by commissioners John Lee, Thomas French; 6 Sep 1828

309††††††††† Drury A. G. Outlaw, Thomas Ward, William H. West, Alexander B. Outlaw, guardian bond for Napolian West; 5 Nov 1828

310††††††††† John H. Petty, George Petty, D. A. G. Outlaw, guardian bond for John R. King; 3 Nov 1828

311††††††††† John H. Petty, George Petty, D. A. G. Outlaw, guardian bond for Henry B. King; 3 Nov 1828

312††††††††† will of William Christy:wife Mary, son Joseph Christy, daughter Rachel Christy, daughter Sabra Christy; Joincy Cofield gets mare and 2 colts; executors are James Reace and Jethro Bass; wit:Norfleet Bass, Sandford Spiceland; written 1 Oct 1828

313††††††††† Jethro Bass, Samuel Ross, Joseph Griffin, administratorís bond for William Christy; 3 Nov 1828

314††††††††† James Gray, chairman pro-tem of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Moses Black, aged 7, to Joseph P. Wimberly Jr.; securities:Thomas Ward, William Webster; 5 Nov1828

315††††††††† James Gray, chairman pro-tem of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Lowry Black, aged 4, to Joseph P. Wimberly Jr.; securities:Thomas Ward, William Webster; 5 Nov 1828

316††††††††† Rufus Smith, William Milam, Martain Brigham, constable bond; 4 Nov 1828

317††††††††† Lemuel Williams, Benjamin Kelly, Thomas Ward, James Gray, Alexander B. Outlaw, William W. West, Nelson Crosswell, administratorís bond for William Williams;6 Nov 1828

318††††††††† will of Randolph Leek:wife Charlotte, brother Henry Leek, nephew William B. Young, brother Josiah Leek; Nancy Ham? gets a colt; Lewis Ayres? gets five dollars; executors are friends John Kizer and William B. Young; wit:Robert Kizer, James P. Edwards; written 23 Sept 1828, proven Nov. term 1828

319††††††††† John Kizer, William B. Young, C. C. Clements, Jesse Edwards, administratorís bond for Randolph Leek; 6 Nov 1828

320††††††††† widowís dower set aside for Elizabeth Hooks, widow of Charles Hooks:18 2/3 acres of land which Hooks purchased from Ephraim B. Davidson, plus 20 acres of land Hooks bought from John Atkins on the north of Jesse Blackfanís original grant

321††††††††††††††† settlement with the administrator of Fareby Collier by commissioners Uriah Tomlinson, John Milam, Gideon Milam; 4 Nov 1828

322††††††††††††††† additional inventory of the estate of William Bayliss by Tabitha Bayliss, administratrix; 3 Nov 1828

322††††††††† bill of sale from Christain Bradford to son William W. Bradford for Negro girl Ann, aged 8; wit:G. H. Bradford, Joshua Hamblet; 24 Nov 1827

322††††††††† yearís provisions for the widow Lightfoot by commissioners David Hardison, William Largent, William Taylor

323††††††††††††††† additional inventory of the estate of ______ Brunson by Nathan Ross, administrator

324††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Robert Walker, guardian to the heirs of Polly Walker (Patsey Walker, Betsy Walker, Nancy Walker)

325††††††††† Eliza Boyd, Amelia Thornton, James King, Gladden Gorin, guardian bond for her infant son Richard Boyd; 4 Feb 1829

325††††††††† account current of Joshua Hamblet, administrator of Allen Merimon; Hamblet reports no money has come to the estate since the last settlement in May 1828; recorded Feb. term 1829

326††††††††† William Bailey, William Kay, C. C. Clements, trusteeís bond; 3 Feb 1829

326††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Mathew Manning, guardian for Martha Vinson

327††††††††† Nathan Ross, chairman of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures orphan William Slaughter, aged 7, to Malcomb McLeod; security:Neal McDaniel; 2 Feb 1829

328††††††††† Phillip Hornbarger, Thomas Bayliss, Joseph N. Johnson, tavern bond; 2 Feb 1829

329††††††††† Nelson Crosswell, William Tubbs, John Scarborough, constable bond; 2 Feb 1829

330††††††††† account current with Elizabeth Hooks, administratrix of Charles Hooks, by commissioners Thomas French, William Webster, John Lee Sr.; 29 Jan 1828

331††††††††† William C. Jones, Joseph B. Neville, Henry Vinson, constable bond; 2 Feb 1829

332††††††††† William Tubbs, Nelson Crosswell, A. Brown; constable bond; 2 Feb 1829

333††††††††† James Daniel, Benjamin Daniel, James Wyatt, constable bond; 2 Feb 1829

334††††††††† sale of the estate of William Ellis on 27 Dec 1828 by administrator Benjamin King; buyers include William B. Nichols, William Tubbs, Isaac C. Nichols, Josiah Clark, Zebulen Slaughter, Jason Slaughter

334††††††††††††††† guardianís return by William W. Bradford, guardian for Carroll J. Bradford; 2 Feb 1829

334††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Henry L. Wall, guardian for Charles Ann R. King; Feb. term 1829

335††††††††† account current of the estate of Catharine McMillan by administrator Hugh McMillan

335††††††††† William Dowdy returns an inventory of the estate of Samuel Smith, in right of his wife Suky Dowdy, formerly Suky Smith, widow and executor of Samuel Smith;

336††††††††††††††† settlement with John Scarborough and A. B. Outlaw, administrators of Robert Cooper, by commissioners William R. Reddick, James Cawyer?, George Weaks; 20 Nov 1828

338††††††††† account current of the estate of R. Leek by administrators John Kizer and William B. Young

338††††††††† widowís provisions for Margaret Christy

338††††††††† account current with Adam M_____ and Roderick McAuly, administrators of ________;

339††††††††††††††† Etheldred Wallace, guardian return for the heirs of William D. Wallace; 2 Feb 1829

339††††††††† yearís provisions for Widow _______ by commissioners John R. Acree, Joseph B. Neville, James Wimberly; 16 May 1828

339††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Nathan Skinner, guardian for the heirs of Thomas and Benjamin Bond

340††††††††††††††† guardianís return for the heirs of David T. Etheredge

340††††††††† account current with the administrator of Axom Vinson by commissioners Robert Walker, Jesse Morris, Nathan Ross; 28 Jan 1829

340††††††††††††††† guardianís return by John Scarborough, guardian for the heirs of John King

340††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Gladden Gorin, guardian for Elizabeth Jackson, Fanny Jackson, John Bailey

341††††††††††††††† additional sale of the estate of Fanny Lightfoot by John Randal, administrator; buyers include John Forsyth, Benjamin Williams

341††††††††††††††† guardianís return by James Dowdy, guardian for the heirs of Elam Milam

341††††††††††††††† administratorsí report on the estate of Thomas Wynn by administrators James Jones and Henry H. Wynn:distributions made to the widow of heir Russell Wynn, Henry H. Wynn, Gabriel Wynn, Archibald Wynn, Thomas Wynn, Albert W. Wynn, and William Wynn; 8 Feb 1828

343††††††††††††††† inventory and sale of the estate of William Bennett by administrator Elisha Williams; buyers include Widow Bennett, Calvin Williams, Charles Kelly, Daniel Stalls, Fanny Stalls, Joseph Webster, Elijah Stalls, Nehemiah Cherry

344††††††††† yearís provisions for Widow Robbs; 22 Nov 1828

345††††††††† yearís provisions for Widow Nicholds; 10 Nov 1828

345††††††††††††††† guardianís return by Edwin McKinney, guardian for the heirs of Isaac Brunson (son David Brunson, and the wife of Elkanah Cox); 2 Feb 1829

346††††††††††††††† settlements with David Irwin, guardian to the heirs of Henry Edwards, by commissioners John Parchment and John Kizer; 29 Jan 1829

347††††††††††††††† guardianís return by John Tomlinson, guardian for John and Mary Bradford

347††††††††††††††† inventory and sale of the estate of William Christy; many buyers

350††††††††† Sheriff Thomas Ward appoints Henry L. Atkins deputy sheriff; 4 Feb 1829

350††††††††† Joseph Smith, guardianís return for Eliza Oneal

351††††††††† Joseph Smith, guardianís return for James W. Townzen

351††††††††† sale of the estate of James Nicholds