Stewart County Settlements and Bonds, Volume D (June 1836-June 1840)

 

transcribed 2003 by Jim Long

 

1††††††† W. C. Jones, Joseph Pinner, David Jones, administratorís bond for John Crain; 6 Jun 1836

1††††††† Abithel Wallace, John Bogard, Eli J. Bogard, Benjamin Johnson, C. C. Bogard, administratorís bond for John Bogard; 6 Jun 1836

2††††††† Martha Stagner, William Stagner, Lucinda Stagner, Eliza Stagner, administratorís bond for Barnabas Stagner; 6 Jun 1836

3††††††† John Richards, John H. Petty, John K. Colson, guardian bond for Tempy, Jane, Richard and William T. Moore, heirs of Travis Moore; 6 Jun 1836

4††††††† Allen Scholes, Benjamin McIntosh, executorís bond for Joseph Scholes; 6 Jun 1836

5††††††† will of Joseph Scholes:wife Sarah gets land on Long Branch of White Oak Creek, son Allen Scholes, daughter Elizabeth Browning, daughter Nancy, son Robert Scholes, son Nathaniel Scholes, daughter Peggy Collins, daughter Lucrecy Browning; executors are Benjamin Jones and son Allen Scholes; wit:Benj. R. Bingham, Beverly Beacham; written 14 Sep 1835, proven June term 1836

6††††††† inventory and sale of James Read; buyers include James Locke, Merideth Walton, David Biggs, Jethro Bass, Paton Stubblefield, R. W. Clausel, Samuel Downs, R. W. Wells, Marvil Olive, Bazzel Wilson, John S. Wilson, Mathew Locke, John McMahon, B. H. Sanders, Manuel Cox, William Lassiter, Robert McDugal, Daniel McClure, Phillip Herndon, Martin Ross, Lazarus Lassiter, Joel Underwood, Simeon A. G. Noel, John Locke, Brittain Lassiter, Elizabeth Futrell, Norfleet Bass, John T. Bailey, George Locke, Elijah Herndon, Thomas Futrell, Charles Brandon, Trassey Hubard, Isabella Futrell

7††††††† settlement with Amy Outland, administratrix of Josiah Outland

8††††††† additional settlement with Benjamin W. Tayloe, administrator of Thomas Lightfoot and Daniel Dawson; returned June term 1836

8††††††† yearís allowance for Eliza A. Ross, widow of Reuben W. Ross; 7 May 1836

8††††††† yearís allowance for the widow of Travis Moore; 6 Jun 1836

9††††††† William G. Wynns, Josiah Askew, Thomas Wynns, guardian bond for the heirs of Henry H. Wynns (Mary C. Wynns and Randolph J. Wynns); 4 Jul 1836

9††††††† Robert McElroy, Jacob Shryock, guardian bond for the heirs of John Stokes (Drusiller Stokes, Rebecca Stokes, Uriah George Stokes, Nancy Stokes, Mary Jane Stokes, Lydia Ann Stokes); 4 Jul 1836

10†††††† John K. Colson, James Wofford, Henry Blanton, guardian bond for heirs of Thomas Lightfoot (Nancy L. Lightfoot and Thomas J. H. Lightfoot); 4 Jul 1836

10†††††† John Randle, James Wofford, John K. Colson, Henry Blanton, guardian bond for William P. Dawson, heir of Daniel Dawson; 4 Jul 1836

11†††††† Agnes Ross, Etheldred Wallace, Nathan G. Morris, refunding bond to Axum G. Wallace, administrator of Nathan Ross, for her share of the Negroes of the estate; 18 Nov 1834

11†††††† inventory of Charles Bogardby administrator Abithel Wallace; Jul term 1836

12†††††† inventory and sale of John Crain by administrator W. C. Jones; buyers include Willis Lankford, George Locke, James Watson, John D. McMahon, Leonard Suter, Willis Rushing, James Brandon, Ezekiel Bird, John Luton, Mary Williams, Jethro Bass, Lazarus Lassiter, Dawsey Griffin, Samuel Downs, William Fennell, Eppy Everette, Elizabeth Miles, Orvil Champion, Henry Vinson, Joseph Pinner, Thomas Futrell, Isaac Futrell, Nathan Rushing, Bryan Outland; 4 Jul 1836, returned Jul term 1836

13†††††† inventory and sale of Barnabas Stagner by administrators Martha Stagner and William Stagner; buyers include William Stagner, Martha Stagner, Louisa Stagner, Barnabas Stagner, Barnabey Gross, Nathan A. Winters, Alexander Andrews, Seth Andrews, William Crook, Hoesier Stagner; returned Jul term 1836

14†††††† yearís allowance for Martha Stagner; 25 Jun 1836, returned Jul term 1836

15†††††† settlement with Benjamin W. Tayloe, administrator of Daniel Dawson; Jul term 1836

15†††††† settlement with Benjamin W. Tayloe, administrator of Thomas Lightfoot; Jul term 1836

16†††††† John Scarborough, William B. H. Cherry, John C. Humphrey, administratorís bond for Travis Moore; 4 Aug 1836

17†††††† Abithel Wallace, Henry Ferrell, Nathan G. Morris, Joseph P. Wimberly, administratorís bond for Charles Bogard; 1 Aug 1836

18†††††† William Oguinn, Elisha Crosswell, guardian bond for Harriet A. Oguinn; 4 Aug 1836

18†††††† inventory and sale of Frances Dowler by administrator John Scarborough; buyers include John Scarborough, John H. Petty, William Downs, Samuel Bufford, Benjamin Colson, William K. Colson, John K. Colson; Aug. term 1836

19†††††† inventory Allen B. Pervis by administrator J. C. Ingram; Aug. term 1836

20†††††† settlement with Thomas Futrell, administrator of Joel Futrell; 30 Jul 1836

20†††††† yearís allowance for the widow of Augustus Thompson

21†††††† return of widowís dower of Mary Moore; 30 Jun 1836

21†††††† David Irwin, Andrew Irwin, Robert Dunlap, administratorís bond for James Irwin; 5 Sep 1836

22†††††† Eliza Ann Ross, William Williams, administratorís bond for Reuben Ross; 5 Sep 1836

23†††††† John K. Colson, James Wofford, John Randle, administratorís bond for Dennis Daugherty; 5 Sep 1836

23†††††† James Wofford, John Randle, John K. Colson, administratorís bond for Alexander Abels; 5 Sep 1836

24†††††† Andrew Irwin, guardian bond for Margaret Turner; 5 Sep 1836

25†††††† William B. Cherry, T. S. Scarborough, John Scarborough, John Richards, John A. Petty, collector's bond for state taxes for 1836; 5 Sep 1836

25†††††† William B. Cherry, T. S. Scarborough, John Scarborough, John Richards, John A. Petty, collector's bond for county taxes for 1836; 5 Sep 1836

26†††††† will of Jordan Champion:wife Rachael gets land on Tennessee River, son Benjamin Champion, son Jordan Champion, son Orvil Champion, son Josiah Champion; executor is son Benjamin; test:Nathaniel Acree, Labon Parker; written 19 Sep 1835, proven Oct term 1836

27†††††† Sally V. West, John A. Outlaw, George R. Outlaw, W. B. Cherry, Robert Dunlap, administratorís bond for William H. West; 3 Oct 1836

28†††††† John Scarborough, Mary Purvis, William Reece, W. B. Cherry, administratorís bond for Miles Purvis; 3 Oct 1836

29†††††† Jethro Bass, Joseph Pinner, James Locke, administratorís bond for Isaac Futrell; 3 Oct 1836

30†††††† Eliza Ann Ross, Harris McGregor, Anthony Lee, administratorís bond for Reuben Ross; 3 Oct 1836

31†††††† John Parchment, William Curtis, John Walker, administratorís bond for Benjamin Kelly; 3 Oct 1836

32†††††† John K. Colson, John James, Robert Dunlap, Solomon K. Volentine, James Wofford, administratorís bond for Simon Gray; 3 Oct 1836

33†††††† Thomas Ward, Chairman of the County Court, indentures James Scott, age 8, to John Parchment; security:William Curtis; 3 Oct 1836

33†††††† yearís provisions for the widow of Alexander Abels

33†††††† guardianís return by William Curtis, guardian for the minor heirs of Joel Mann

36†††††† will of Vincent Cooper (continued):heirs Archibald H. Cooper, John M. Cooper, Sarah J. Pryor, Elizabeth Fraser?; executors are son David C. Cooper and friends J. C. Ingram and William J. Fraser; test:John Williams, Jonathan T. Williams, John H. Snuggs; written 10 Sep 1836, proven Oct. term 1836

36†††††† will of Benjamin Kelly:daughter and son-in-law John and Polly Parchment, daughter Sally, daughter? Nely, son William?; wit:Robert Dunbar, Francis McCarroll; executor is John Parchment; written 12 Sep 1836, proven Oct. term 1836

33†††††† inventory and sale of Alexander Abels by administrator James Wofford; 16 Sep 1836

34†††††† Jesse C. Ingram, D. C. Cooper, William Kay, administratorís bond for Vincent Cooper; 3 Oct 1836

35†††††† Thomas G. Downs, Jethro Bass, James Locke, guardian bond for Prian Downs and David Downs, heirs of David Downs; 3 Oct 1836

35†††††† will of Vincent Cooper:son David C. Cooper, daughter Mary R. Cooper, daughter Rhoda Cooper, daughter Mourning Strong?, son William Cooper

38†††††† will of Frederick Gross:son Barney Gross, son Frederick Gross, wife Elizabeth Gross, mother-in-law Barbarey Stagner, daughter Mary Sikes, daughter Sally Sikes, daughter Ann Myrack, daughter Nancy Myrack, daughter Catharine Gross, daughter Lania Hall; executors are son Barney and son-in-law Jesse Hall; test:Frederick Gross Jr., Nathan A. Winters; written 9 Mar 1835, proven Nov. term 1836

39†††††† Barnabus Gross, Jesse D. Hall, Nathan A. Winters, Frederick Gross, administratorís bond for Frederick Gross; 7 Nov 1836

39†††††† Philip May, Henry L. Atkins, James Lee, C. C. Clements, guardian bond for Lewis Terrill May; 7 Nov 1836

40†††††† Jonathan T. Williams, William Williams, Jesse C. Ingram, guardian bond for Rhoda Cooper; 7 Nov 1836

40†††††† Josephus Outland, Daniel Vincent, William C. Jones, guardian bond for the heirs of Josiah Outland (Dudley, Josiah, Elizabeth, Amy, Rhoda); 7 Nov 1836

41†††††† Robert Dunbar, Frances Brinson, Francis McCarroll, Thomas Ward, administratorís bond for Drury D. Brinson; 7 Nov 1836

42†††††† Robert A. McClarney, Uriah Smith, Henry Cato, administratorís bond for Mary Elizabeth McClarney; 7 Nov 1836

43†††††† additional inventory and sale of Allen B. Pervis by administrator J. C. Ingram; 7 Nov 1836

43†††††† inventory of Benjamin Kelly by administrator John Parchment; Nov. term 1836

43†††††† additional inventory and sale of Frances Smith by administrator R. M. Smith; 7 Nov 1836

43†††††† settlement with John Pinner, guardian for Alexander Walker

44†††††† John Scarborough, guardian's return for heirs of John King; 7 Nov 1836

44†††††† account current of David Downs with administrator Thomas G. Downs; 4 Nov 1836

45†††††† account current of James Reid with administrators James Locke and John Locke; returned Nov. term 1836

45†††††† yearís provisions for Sally V. West, widow of Col. William H. West; 27 Oct 1836

45†††††† account current of Henry Wimberly; Nov. term 1836

46†††††† sale of Vincent Cooper by administrator J. C. Ingram; buyers include D. C. Cooper, John Mann, W. Tyson, M. Milam, John Moore, W. R. Atkins, Abram Hester, H. L. Atkins, S. Stamper, F. Faucet, W. Bogard, W. Lewis, Alfred Mooreland, John Elam, C. Canady, William Perkins, R. Bagwell, M. Langston, H. McGregor, John Cooper, W. Strong, J. R. Hooks, James Williams, J. H. Snuggs, C. Brumley; 7 Nov 1836

47†††††† inventory and sale of John P. Rushing by administrator William Rushing; buyers include widow, William Rushing, Brittain Lassiter, Thomas G. Downs, James Vinson, Henry Vinson, Isaac Futrell, Jane Luton, Nathan Rushing, Sanford Spiceland, Willis Langford, Willie Rushing, Alfred Rushing, William C. Jones, Rix Futrell, John Wilson, Samuel Davis, William R. Rushing, William B. Rushing, Albert G. Rushing, Hugh Killgore; 6 Nov 1836

48†††††† account current of Frederick Weston with administrator Allen Sexton; Nov. term 1836

49†††††† inventory and sale of Col. William H. West by administratrix Sally V. West; buyers include Sally V. West, John A. Outlaw, Jesse A. Brunson, Thomas Capling, Richard Thompkins, William W. Outlaw, James Breeden, John H. Mockbee, Thomas Dunbar, Anderson Breeden, Westley Young, James Lewis, Lemuel Williams, John Broom, John Milam, John Clark, Bird Boon, Gilbert Washburn, Samuel Lockert, Joseph Bishop, William Dowdy, John Mathis, John Smith, John Edwards, John Kizer, Milas Bayless, John Bell, William Rye, Wright W. Outlaw, Edmund Kelly, Jesse Parchment, William Cherry, George R. Outlaw, Francis McCarroll, John Thomas, H. McFall, Richard Murphey, James Randolph, Joel Ridens; 7 Nov 1836

52†††††† John K. Colson, John James, Joshua Hamblett, administratorís bond for Ann King; 5 Dec 1836

53†††††† John K. Colson, John James, William Vick, administratorís bond for Thomas Tyree; 5 Dec 1836

54†††††† John James, John K. Colson, Joshua Hamblett, guardian bond for Martha Ross; 5 Dec 1836

54†††††† Sally Allman, John Parchment, guardian bond for Caroline Allman; 5 Dec 1836

55†††††† Joshua Hamblett, Rufus M. Smith, John James, guardian bond for William Alsey and Sally Faucet, heirs of Richard Faucet; 5 Dec 1836

55†††††† will of Ann King:sister Sally Crook, brother-in-law David Andrews, brother William King, sister Susan King, nephew William Crook, niece Eliza Davidson; executor is William W. Scarborough; test:James Scarborough, Asa D. Scarborough; written 23 Jul 1835, proven Dec term 1836

56†††††† guardianís return by John Tomlinson, guardian for the heirs of Hilliard Bradford; 5 Dec 1836

56†††††† widow's dower for Reuben Ross by William Clopton, William R. Thweatt, Levi Chester, Abram Hester, Robert Dinkins; 2 Dec 1836

58†††††† Louisa L. Brunson, John H. Brigham, C. M. Shelby, William Bartee, administratorsí bond for Jesse A. Brunson; 2 Jan 1837

58†††††† William S. Hicks, Allen J. Shemwell, Henry E. Gibson, guardian bond for E. A. Bond; 2 Jan 1837

59†††††† settlement with Joshua Hamblett, administrator of Richard Faucett; heirs include widow, William and Nancy Elkins, William Faucett, Alsey Faucett, Sally Faucett; Jan. term 1837

59†††††† guardianís return by William S. Hicks, guardian for Elizabeth A. Bond

60†††††† inventory and sale of Frederick Gross by administrators William Hornberger, Nathan A. Winters; buyers include Elisha Askew, Samuel Davis, A. Johnson, Barny Gross, Walter Davis, J. D. Hall, Elizabeth Gross, William Crouse, William Miricle, Jesse Jackson, Curtis E. Hornberger, Catharine Gross, Tillman Sexton, Frederick Gross, Brasil Nichol, William Myrick, Ed. Largent; 26 Nov 1836, returned Jan. term 1837

61†††††† division of the estate of Josiah Outland; heirs Bryan Outland, Josephus Outland and David Outland had already received their part; balance of estate divided among widow, Sarah Futrell (wife of Richard Futrell), Martha Vinson (wife of Daniel Vinson), Dudley Outland, Josiah Outland, Elizabeth Outland, Anna Outland, Rhoda Outland; returned Jan. term 1837

61†††††† guardianís return by Josephus Outland, guardian for the heirs of Josiah Outland (Dudley Outland, Josiah Outland, Elizabeth Outland, Anna Outland, Rhoda Outland); returned Jan. term 1837

62†††††† guardianís return by John Summers, guardian for the heirs of Charles Summers (Thomas Summers, Charles S. Summers); 6 Feb 1837

62†††††† settlement with the administrator of Ader Bogard

63†††††† inventory and sale of Thomas Lankford by administrator James Wilson; buyers include Zachariah Wyatt, James M. Brigham, James Mathis, George Cathey, James Wilson, Rod. McAulay, Elisha Crosswell, James Hickerson, Seth Andrews, Jesse D. Hall, Joannah Triplet, William Trousdale, Nathan Winters, Elizabeth Lankford, Elizabeth Cotten, David C. Wilson, Francis Wyatt, Jeremiah Triplet, James Lankford, William Barnes, Allen Barnes, Greenberry Summers, Robert Wyatt; returned Feb. term 1837

64†††††† guardianís return by Willis Manning, guardian for Polly M. Luton and Clement M. Luton (heirs of Clement H. Luton), and Elizabeth Manning (heir of John Jones); 6 Feb 1837

65†††††† guardianís return by Nathan Skinner, guardian for Sally Etheridge and Polly Etheridge; 6 Feb 1837

65†††††† John Scarborough, guardian's return for heirs of John King; mentions coffin for Charles King; returned Feb. term 1837

65†††††† guardianís return by John H. Petty, guardian for the heirs of William King; 6 Feb 1837

66†††††† guardianís return by John Acree, guardian for the heirs of Samuel Luton (Franklin E. Luton, Henry Luton, Quincy A. Luton, Dudley W. Luton, Rebecca Luton); returned Feb. term 1837

66†††††† guardianís return by Daniel Hewell, guardian for the minor heirs of Stephen G. Jones Sr. (Joseph, Mary Ann and Elizabeth Jones); 6 Jan 1837

67†††††† guardianís return by John R. Acree, guardian for the heirs of John W. Hereford (John W. Hereford, Rambler Hereford, Angeline Hereford, Mary Ann Hereford, Betsey P. Hereford, Virginia Hereford); 6 Feb 1837

68†††††† account current of Isaiah Sills with administrator William Sills; 28 Jan 1837

68†††††† additional inventory and sale of William H. West; buyers include James West, Sally V. West, William H. Goodrich, F. L. Sidebottom, Wright W. Outlaw, Alfred Skelton; returned Feb. term 1837

69†††††† guardianís return by Henry L. Wall, guardian for Charles Ann Rhodes King; 6 Feb 1837

69†††††† guardianís return by Vincent Wyatt, guardian for Carroll Jackson; 7 Feb 1837

70†††††† Abithel Wallace, John Bogard, Benjamin Johnson, guardian bond for Hiram Bogard, Zilpha Bogard; 6 Feb 1837

70†††††† Benjamin Johnson, Abithel Wallace, John Bogard, guardian bond for Edmund T. Bogard; 6 Feb 1837

71†††††† John Pinner, Alexander Walker, Elisha Williams, guardian bond for Mary Elizabeth Cooper; 6 Feb 1837

71†††††† Philip B. Nolin, Allen J. Shemwell, Elisha Miles, guardian bond for his children Johnathan Nolin, Martha Nolin, Elizabeth Nolin, George Nolin; 6 Feb 1837

72†††††† John Bogard, Abithel Wallace, Benjamin Johnson, guardian bond for Harriet Bogard; 6 Feb 1837

72†††††† William C. Jones, William R. Hicks, Johnathan Skinner, administratorís bond for Lazarus Lassiter; 6 Feb 1837

73†††††† John Richards, presiding judge of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, indentures Jesse McCullom, age 12, to Johnathan Skinner; security:John James; 6 Feb 1837

73†††††† John Parchment, Henry Edwards, Nicholas Bailey, administratorís bond for Edmund Kelly; 6 Mar 1837

74†††††† Christopher Buchanan, Nicholas Bailey, Henry Edwards, guardian bond for Henry F. Buchanan; 6 Mar 1837

75†††††† Frances Brinson, Nicholas Bailey, John Richards, guardian bond for Caroline Allman; 6 Mar 1837

75†††††† Asa Yarborough, Harris McGregor, Pendleton Settle, guardian bond for Anson Yarborough, Samuel Yarborough; March term 1837

76†††††† guardianís return by Brunson Bayliss, guardian for William T. S. Bayliss and Martha Emily Ann Bayliss

76†††††† account current with Eliza Ross, administrator of Reuben Ross, by commissioners David Moore, Nathan Yarborough, Jesse Gilbert; 3 Mar 1837

77†††††† guardianís return by John Ferrill, guardian for the heirs of Samuel Yarborough; 6 Mar 1837

77†††††† account current with Shadrick Trammell, administrator of William Tubb Sr.; mentions Thomas Hankins, heir of Mary Ann Hankins

78†††††† inventory of the Negroes and property of the estate of Jesse A. Brunson by administratrix Louisa L. Brunson; returned March term 1837

79†††††† inventory of Brunson & Baxter at Byron Forge? by administratrix Louisa L. Brunson; returned March term 1837

80†††††† yearís allowance for the widow of Frederick Gross; 26 Nov 1836

80†††††† yearís allowance for the widow of Lazarus Lassiter

81†††††† account current with Axum G. Wallace, administrator of Nathan Ross Sr., by Hugh Evans, Jesse Lassiter, Cornelius Anderson; notes on Benjamin Ross, W. B. H. Cherry, H. L. Atkins, A. G. Wallace; March term 1837

81†††††† guardianís return by Thomas G. Downs, guardian for Prian Downs and David Downs, heirs of David Downs

82†††††† guardianís return by William C. Jones, guardian for Elitha Griffin and Arthur Griffin; March term 1837

82†††††† inventory and sale of Lazarus Lassiter by administrator William C. Jones; buyers include David Biggs, widow, W. Lankford, David Futrell, Josephus Outland, Caleb Noel, Eppy Everett, Felix Garland, Brittain Lassiter, Elias Hicks; March term 1837

83†††††† account current of James P. Edwards; March term 1837

84†††††† Appollas Cooper, Abithel Wallace, Robert Dunlap, constable bond; 3 Apr 1837

84†††††† John H. Thomas, James Allman, Nathan P. Thomas, W. B. Cherry, constable bond; 3 Apr 1837

85†††††† John Richards, chairman of the County Court, indentures Jackson Black, age 9, to Henry King; security:Joseph P. Wimberly, Robert Dunlap, Thomas G. Downs; 3 Apr 1837

85†††††† John Richards, chairman of the County Court, indentures Rebecca Black, age 12, to Henry King; security:Joseph P. Wimberly, Robert Dunlap, Thomas G. Downs; 3 Apr 1837

86†††††† Thomas G. Downs, Nathan G. Morris, Joseph Wimberly, ferry bond on Cumberland River; 3 Apr 1837

87†††††† guardianís return by John Scarborough, guardian for the heirs of John King; 3 Apr 1837

88†††††† receipt by John B. King to John H. Petty, guardian for the heirs of William King, for his claim in the estate; 3 Apr 1837

88†††††† guardianís return by Phillip May, guardian for Lewis T. May

89†††††† inventory of Miles Purvis by administratrix Mary Purvis; returned Apr. term 1837

89†††††† account current of Henry H. Wynns by administrator W. G. Wynns; 15 Feb 1837

90†††††† inventory of Miles Purvis by administrator John Scarborough

91†††††† sale of the estate of Miles Purvis; buyers include Mary Purvis, James Cooper, Richard Moore, John Downs; sale on 27 Jan 1837, returned 3 Apr 1837

92†††††† inventory and sale of Edmond Kelly:buyers include James B. Breeden, John Walker, William Rice, Alexander Moore, James Lewis, John Dilling, M. H. Webb, John Parchment, John Kizer, Gabriel Davis, N. P. Thomas, James Randolph, Anthony Kelly, James Powers, Samuel Warden, Nathaniel Keel, J. P. Gentry, John A. Thorn, J. C. Dowdy, M. W. Blake, F. C. Austin; sale 20 Mar 1837, returned May term 1837

94†††††† account current of Travis Moore with administratrix Mary Moore; 19 Apr 1837

94†††††† guardianís return by James P. Wimberly, guardian for the heirs of John J. Acree (Frances Acree, Nancy Acree

95†††††† guardianís return by Sarah Dunbar, guardian for the heirs of James Dunbar (Adaline, Sarah and Samuel Dunbar); May term 1837

95†††††† guardianís return by Polly Bradford, guardian for William C. Bradford, heir of William W. Bradford; May term 1837

95†††††† inventory and sale of Travis Moore by administrator John Scarborough; buyers include Michael Vickers, Mary Moore, James Edmonds, John Scarborough, James Vickers; 1 May 1837

97†††††† account current with John Brigham, guardian for the minor heirs of Indimeon Brigham; 25 Mar 1837, returned Apr. term 1837

97†††††† will of William T. Allen:elder brother Madison, mother unnamed; test:Brunson Bayliss, Jacob Shryock, James Lee; proven May term 1837

97†††††† William B. Cherry, James Scarborough, P. Priestly, John Richards, William Ellis, collector's bond for 1837 county taxes; May term 1837

98†††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for Jesse A. Brunson; 4 May 1837

99†††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for Asbel Brunson; 4 May 1837

99†††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for Clark S. Brunson; 4 May 1837

100††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for Thomas C. Brunson; 4 May 1837

100††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for Sarah Ann Brunson; 4 May 1837

101††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for Penelope S. Brunson; 4 May 1837

101††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for John Randolf Brunson; 4 May 1837

102††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for Elizabeth L. Brunson; 4 May 1837

102††††† Louisa L. Brunson, C. M. Shelby, John Parchment, C. C. Clements, John Brigham, guardian bond for Atherton Brunson; 4 May 1837

103††††† Thomas Futrell, Philip Herendon, Orvil Champion, guardian bond for Polly Futrell; 5 Jun 1837

103††††† Thomas Futrell, Philip Herendon, Orvil Champion, guardian bond for Winburn Futrell; 5 Jun 1837

104††††† Nathan P. Thomas, W. B. Cherry, David Moore, administratorís bond for Thomas Allman; 5 Jun 1837

105††††† John Tayloe, Richard Tayloe, John Randle, administratorís bond for Benjamin W. Tayloe; 5 Jun 1837

106††††† will of Thomas Allman:son-in-law Thomas McGill, son John Allman, daughter Marcy, son James Allman, Charles Allman (relationship not specified), Claborn H. Allman (relationship not specified), son-in-law Archibald Whitset, daughter Sally, Sebien? Allman (relationship not specified), Elisha Allman (relationship not specified), Bayliss Allman (relationship not specified), Caroline Allman (daughter of William Allman deceased); executor is Nathan P. Thomas; wit:M. W. Webb, William Webb; written 11 Apr 1837

107††††† account current of Francis Smith with administrator Rufus M. Smith; 13 May 1837

107††††† additional inventory of A. Pervis by administrator J. C. Ingram

107††††† Elijah Dawson records his stock mark as a crop off of each ear and a split in the right ear; 5 Jan 1837

107††††† additional inventory and sale of Lazarus Lassiter; buyer was Elias Hicks

108††††† sale of Benjamin W. Tayloe by administrator John Tayloe; buyers include John Barnes, James Collier, William Norrid, William Bell, Hardison Daniel, Nathan A. Winters, R. M. Jenkins, Wiley Sexton, Martha Tayloe, James Poston, John Turpin, Tilman Sexton, James Hagans, Allen Sexton, Anderson Sexton, John Tayloe, James Blount, William Hogan, Curtis Hornberger, William Williams, John Randle, Green Moody, Royal Broadway, Richard Tayloe, James Campbell, William Aaron, Hymon Tayloe, Jason Merrick, Abraham Philips, William Mainard; 3 Jul 1837

109††††† inventory and sale of Jesse Reams by administrator Mathew Morgan; buyers include James Wyatt, Benjamin Suter, David Moore, Kedar Biggs, James Brigham, Jesse Jackson, Thomas Hadon, John Foresith, William A. Barnes, Gilly Futrell

109††††† guardianís return by W. G. Wynns, guardian for the heirs of H. H. Wynns (Mary C. Wynns, Randolph J. Wynns)

110††††† will of Arabella T. Bayliss:brother Christopher C. Clements, nephew W. C. Clements, sister Catharine Ingram, brother Robert Clements, niece Arabella Collier (who lives in Charlotte); executor is brother Christopher C. Clements; wit:James Lee, J. C. Humphreys; written 12 Jun 1837

111††††† James K. Hooks, T. F. Shemwell, J. O. Shackelford, guardian bond for Winifred M. Ross, Mary Ann Ross, Caroline Ross; 5 Jul 1837

111††††† Benjamin McIntosh, William McAulay, Benjamin H. H. Brigham, administratorís bond for Thomas White; 3 Jul 1837

112††††† inventory and sale of Denis Dorhorty by administrator John K. Colson; buyers include Enos James, Henryetty Dorhorty, William Etheridge, C. C. Clements, William Williams, Robert Harris, James Campbell, James Caldwell, G. W. Swor, Henry L. Atkins, William Vick, Joshua Geurin, T. S. Scarborough, John Richards, Elisha Williams, Joseph Smith, Franklin Rolls, John James, Joshua Whiteherst, James Lowry, Cicely Neely, James Cooper, Simeon Cooley, Philip B. Nolin, James McLeroy; sale 17 Sep 1836

113††††† inventory and second sale of Denis Dorhorty; buyers include Joseph Saterfield, Franklin Rolls, B. Geurin, John Kelly, William Downs, John K. Colson, Henrietta Dorhorty, E. S. Geurin, Henry Edwards, Allen Moby, John Richards, John H. Petty, William Etheridge

114††††† inventory and sale of Isaac Futrell by administrator Jethro Bass; buyers include widow, James Herndon, Philip Heringdon, Thomas Futrell, Jepthy Underwood, George Grace, Jethro Bass, Britain Lasiter, Elizabeth Futrell, J. McKinney, Henry Vinson, Dawsey Griffin, Richard Futrell, Martin Ross, William Futrell, William Lankford, William Rushing, John Lock, William Miles, Norfleet Bass, Joel Outland, Willis Rushing, Eppy Everette, B. H. Sanders, E. Miles

115††††† additional inventory of Francis Smith by administrator R. M. Smith; 26 Dec 1836, returned Aug. term 1837

116††††† account current of Enos Outland with administrator Joel Outland; 5 Aug 1837

116††††† dowry for the widow of Thomas White; 21 Jul 1837

116††††† Henry Weaks, Edwin Barnes, John Weaks, guardian bond for Eliza Ann Weaks and Mary C. Weaks, heirs of William Weaks; 7 Aug 1837

117††††† Henry H. Gorin, Solomon K. Volentine, Robert Dunlap, Elisha Crosswell, Samuel Ross, James Caldwell, county court clerkís bond; 7 Aug 1837

118††††† Henry H. Gorin, Solomon K. Volentine, Robert Dunlap, Elisha Crosswell, Samuel Ross, James Caldwell, county court clerkís bond; 7 Aug 1837

118††††† inventory and sale of Lewis Winters by administrator James Nichols Jr.; buyers include Elisha Holifield, Samuel Lockhart, George Bell, G. B. Chambers, John Ballard, William Crouse, Allen Carter, David Wyatt, James Nichols Jr.; sale Aug. 1833, recorded Sep. term 1837

119††††† will of John Biggs:wife Nancy, son Joel Biggs, son Davis Biggs, daughter Elizabeth Miller, daughter Penelope Champion, Hannah Ferrell; executors are wife Nancy and son Joel; wit:Henry L. Wall, Zanty McKinney, James H. Manning; written 23 Jul 1837

120††††† Joel Biggs, Henry L. Wall, administratorís bond for John Biggs; 4 Sep 1837

121††††† will of John Scarborough:wife Cynthia, son William H. Scarborough, son Sedgwick Scarborough, son John Scarborough, son Whitmill Scarborough, wifeís daughter Martha Ann, wifeís daughter Polina, daughter Polly Colson, daughter Louisa, grandfather Smith; wit:P. Priestly, Thomas T. Watson, H. H. Gorin; written 10 Aug 1837

122††††† James Randolph, James Wilson, W. B. Cherry, administratorís bond for Sally Williams; 4 Sep 1837

123††††† Henry L. Wall, Philander Priestly, Joel Biggs, guardian bond for Elizabeth King; 4 Sep 1837

123††††† Henry L. Wall, Philander Priestly, Joel Biggs, guardian bond for Mary King; 4 Sep 1837

124††††† Theodore S. Scarborough, John H. Petty, Philander Priestly, guardian bond for Whitmill P. Scarborough; 4 Sep 1837

124††††† additional return to the estate of Augustus Thompson; Sep. term 1837

125††††† Theodore S. Scarborough, C. C. Clements, William Bruton, administratorís bond for John Scarborough; 4 Sep 1837

126††††† Theodore S. Scarborough, C. C. Clements, W. C. Jones, administratorís bond for Ephraim Gatlin; 4 Sep 1837

127††††† account current of Polly Coleman with administrator John James; previous administrator John Scarborough had died; 4 Sep 1837

127††††† additional inventory and sale of J. A. Brunson

128††††† guardianís return by John F. Weaks, guardian for Eliza Ann Weaks and Mary C. Weaks; 1 Aug 1837, returned Sep. term 1837

129††††† account current of Thomas Allman by administrator N. P. Thomas; Sep. term 1837

129††††† Seth Andrews, John Andrews, J. C. Ingram, administratorís bond for Alexander Andrews; 2 Oct 1837

130††††† inventory and sale of Sally Williams by administrator James Randolph; sale on 30 Sep 1837, returned Oct. term 1837

131††††† Samuel Ross, S. K. Volentine, Marmaduke Ross, P. B. Nolin, administratorís bond for James Jackson; 2 Oct 1837

132††††† settlement with William Kay, administrator of Augustus Thompson; 26 Sep 1837

133††††† settlement with William Kay, surviving administrator of Brittain Bayliss

135††††† settlement with James Nichols, administrator of Lewis Winters; 7 Sep 1837

135††††† sale of the estate of John Biggs by administrator Joel Biggs; buyers include Joel Biggs, John Wallace Jr., William H. Clark, Godfrey Stancill, W. W. Wilcox, W. Howell, William Ellis, James Stalls, James Wallace, Elisha Stalls, Inman Rogers, W. B. Cherry, John E. Wallace; 8 Oct 1837

136††††† John Richards, chairman of the County Court, indentures Julian Black, aged 8, to David Rogers; security:Thomas T. Watson; 2 Oct 1837

137††††† John Richards, chairman of the County Court, indentures Elizabeth Black, aged 7, to John Wall; security:Henry L. Wall; 2 Oct 1837

137††††† year's provisions for widow of Ephraim Gatlin by John Wofford, Daniel McCoy; 10 Oct 1837

138††††† Madison Allen, Orvil Thornton, W. B. Cherry, administratorís bond for William T. Allen; 7 Oct 1837

139††††† Asa Yarborough, James R. Hooks, Henry Ferrell, guardian bond for Anson Yarborough and Samuel Yarborough; 7 Nov 1837

139††††† yearís provisions for Loucrecia Jackson, widow of James Jackson; 6 Oct 1837

140††††† Theodore S. Scarborough, Thomas B. Powell, Henry Wynns, guardian bond for Sidney Gatlin; 7 Nov 1837

140††††† guardianís return by John Richards, guardian for Richard Moore and William Moore

141††††† commissionerís settlement with the account of John Scarborough, deceased, former guardian for the heirs of John King; 6 Nov 1837

141††††† Catharine Cook, Henry Ball, Joel Outland, guardian bond for Catharineís children Louisa Jane Cook, Sarah Adaline Cook, Aley Caroline Cook; 7 Nov 1837

142††††† Joel Outland, Henry Bell, Joseph Champion, guardian bond for William E. Outland, Mary Outland, Lemuel Outland; 7 Nov 1837

143††††† Alexander M. Wall, W. B. Cherry, John James, guardian bond for Christopher C. Clements Jr.; 7 Nov 1837

143††††† John Richards, chairman of the County Court, indentures Benjamin F. Duffell, age 10, to Elijah Dawson; security:Henry Palmer; 7 Nov 1837

144††††† John Richards, chairman of the County Court, indentures Joseph W. Duffell, age 11, to William L. Galaspia; security:Elijah Dawson; 7 Nov 1837

145††††† John Richards, chairman of the County Court, indentures Penny Black, age 11, to Armstead Taylor; 3 Nov 1837

146††††† inventory and sale of James Jackson by administrator Samuel Ross; buyers include widow, Samuel Ross, Jesse Jackson, Sumner Ross, Inman Rogers, Jesse Lassiter, Hugh Jackson, P. B. Nolin, Nathan Stancel, F. H. Clark, Hugh Evans, H. H. Gorin, E. Bayliss, J. Skinner; 6 Nov 1837

147††††† sale of Alexander Andrews by administrator Seth Andrews; 21 Oct 1837

148††††† William Cook, Drury Bird, John K. Colson, administratorís bond for Henry L. Bird; 4 Dec 1837

149††††† Jerusha McElroy, Oren D. Lancaster, George W. Sexton, administratorís bond for Lemuel McElroy; 4 Dec 1837

150††††† William Etheridge, Nathan G. Morris, Thomas B. Powell, administratorís bond for Polly Etheridge; 4 Dec 1837

151††††† Philip B. Nolin, N. G. Morris, William Etheridge, guardian bond for John Jackson; 4 Dec 1837

151††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, T. S. Scarborough, Elbert Bayliss, guardian bond for Ephraim C. Gatlin; 4 Dec 1837

152††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, T. S. Scarborough, Elbert Bayliss, guardian bond for James H. Gatlin; 4 Dec 1837

152††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, T. S. Scarborough, Elbert Bayliss, guardian bond for George W. Gatlin; 4 Dec 1837

153††††† settlement with John Tomlinson, guardian for the heirs of Hilliard Bradford (John M. Bradford, Mary H. Bradford; Dec. term 1837

154††††† account current with Catharine Cook, administratrix; 4 Dec 1837

154††††† additional sale of Thomas White by administrator Benjamin McIntosh; buyers include widow, John White, Joseph Lockhart, John Daniel, William Barnes, Sam French, Alfred Pully; returned Dec. term 1837

154††††† Susan A. Hester, John M. Elam, Peyton R. Atkins, administratorís bond for Abram Hester; 3 Feb 1838

155††††† guardianís return by Nathan Skinner, guardian for Sarah Etheridge

156††††† Rufus M. Smith, Ruiah Smith, Henry Cato, administratorís bond for Elizabeth Smith; 5 Feb 1838

157††††† James A. Crosswell, Elisha Crosswell, guardian bond for Obediah Crosswell; 5 Feb 1838

157††††† James A. Crosswell, Elisha Crosswell, guardian bond for Jane Crosswell; 5 Feb 1838

158††††† James A. Crosswell, Elisha Crosswell, guardian bond for Charles Crosswell; 5 Feb 1838

158††††† Woods, Stacker & Co., John H. Mockbee, Henry Cato, ferry bond on Cumberland River at the mouth of Cross Creek; 5 Feb 1838

159††††† guardianís return by Joseph Smith, guardian for infant James W. Townzen; 5 Feb 1838

159††††† settlement with John James, administrator of Polly Coleman; 5 Feb 1838

159††††† guardianís return by William G. Wynns, guardian for Mary C. Wynns; 5 Feb 1838

160††††† guardianís return by William G. Wynns, guardian for Randolph J. Wynns; 5 Feb 1838

160††††† settlement with J. C. Ingram, administrator of Allen B. Purvis; 5 Feb 1838

162††††† guardianís return by Vincent Wyatt, guardian for Carroll Jackson

162††††† division of the estate of Joshua Outland by guardian Josephus Outland, to Dudly Outland, Josiah Outland, Elizabeth Outland, Amey Outland, Rhoda Outland

163††††† guardianís return by Henry L. Wall, guardian for Charles Ann R. King; Feb. term 1838

164††††† yearís provisions for the widow of Henry D. Bird; 7 Dec 1837

164††††† division of the estate of Enos Outland by administrator Joel Outland, among Enosí children Mary Hodges, Elizabeth Lancaster, Joel Outland, Abigail Outland, Amy Outland, Samuel Outland; 30 Dec 1837

165††††† account current of John Cook by administratrix Catharine Cook; 28 Dec 1837

166††††† Abner Johnson, William G. Wynns, Josiah Askew, Christopher C. Clements, Hymon Tayloe, John H. Mockbee, constable bond; 1 Jan 1838

166††††† guardianís return by Asa Yarborough, guardian for the heirs of Samuel Yarborough

167††††† division of the Negroes of the estate of Ephraim Gatlin by administrator Theodore S. Scarborough, to heirs Elizabeth Gatlin (widow), George Gatlin, Sidney Gatlin, Coleman Gatlin, James Gatlin, John F. Weaks, Theodore S. Scarborough, William M. Coleman; 22 Dec 1837

168††††† sale of the estate of Henry D. Bird; buyers include Charles A. Bird, Clary Bird, W. H. Felts, Gib Wyatt, Benj. Collier, James Blount, Hiram Warwick, M. Vickers, John Milam, John Marshall, N. A. Winters, Thomas Gately, Wiatt Tuggle, Uriah Tomlinson, Mark Weaks, William Cook, R. Broadway, H. D. Fowler, Cader Biggs, William Kay, Roly Phips; 14 Dec 1837

170††††† John Randle, Hyman Tayloe, Payton Atkins, administratorís bond for Benjamin W. Tayloe; 5 Mar 1838

171††††† James R. Randle, Charlotte Tayloe, Richard Tayloe, Hyman Tayloe, administratorís bond for John Tayloe; 5 Mar 1838

172††††† Henry H. Gorin, Allen J. Shemwell, John K. Colson, administratorís bond for Percilla Jugg; 5 Mar 1838

173††††† James W. Randolph, William Dunbar, Lemmy Williams, administratorís bond for Sally Williams; 5 Mar 1838

174††††† William Bailey, Jesse C. Ingram, Christopher C. Clements, administratorís bond for Larry Satterfield; 5 Mar 1838

174††††† return of widowís dowry for the widow of Abram Hester; 7 Feb 1838

175††††† account current of James Reid with executors John Locke and James Locke; mentions payments for books for Milton Reid and schooling for Milton Reid and Jane Reid; 3 Mar 1838

175††††† guardianís return by Brunson Bayliss, guardian for William T. S. Bayliss, Martha E. A. Bayliss; 5 Mar 1838

176††††† guardianís return by Joshua Hamblett, guardian for the heirs of Richard Faucet (William Faucet, Alsey Faucet, Sarah Faucet)

176††††† guardianís return by John R. Acree, guardian for the heirs of Samuel Luton (Henry Luton, Quincy A. Luton, Dudley W. Luton, Rebecca Luton)

176††††† account current of J. A. Brunson by administratrix

177††††† will of John Tayloe:wife Charlotte, daughter Mary Parsons Tayloe, son James W. Tayloe, son John M. Tayloe, son Thomas H. Tayloe; mentions interest in LaGrange Furnace; executor is James R. Randle; wit:W. Mitchell, Gabriel Wynns, Eli J. Stavely;written 26 Jan 1838, proven March term 1838

178††††† sale of the estate of Thomas White by administrator Benjamin McIntosh; buyers include Elizabeth White, George Patton, John White, Ben McIntosh, Neil McDaniel, Sam Lockhart, Sam French, Wilee Pits, Willie Pitt, Ben Daniel, Absom Rushing, Robert Wyatt, Thomas Summers, Ben Brigham; returned Mar. term 1838

179††††† Henry H. Gorin, Andrew Irwin, Marvil M. Bruton, John Parchment, Samuel Ross, Mark Rushing, county court clerkís bond; 2 Apr 1838

180††††† William B. Cherry, Thomas T. Watson, Martin L. Stancil, Philander Priestly, Samuel Ross, John Parchment, Abner Johnson, John H. Petty, sheriff's bond; 2 Apr 1838

181††††† William B. Cherry, Thomas T. Watson, Martin L. Stancil, Philander Priestly, Samuel Ross, John Parchment, Abner Johnson, John H. Petty, tax collectorís bond for 1838 and 1839; 2 Apr 1838

182††††† John H. Petty, George Petty, William B. Cherry, Marvil M. Bruton, Abithel Wallace, county trustee's bond; 2 Apr 1838

183††††† Abithel Wallace, David Irwin, Charles B. Wilcox, ranger's bond; 2 Apr 1838

183††††† guardianís return by John Randle, guardian for the heirs of Thomas Lightfoot (Nancy L. Lightfoot, Thomas H. Lightfoot) and Daniel Dawson (William P. Dawson)

184††††† guardianís return by Willis Manning, guardian for Sally C. Luton, Polly M. Luton, Clement M. Luton, heirs of Clement H. Luton; Apr. term 1838

185††††† Mark Rushing, Henry H. Gorin, Andrew Irwin, administratorís bond for Clement Rushing; 2 Apr 1838

186††††† settlement of John Tayloe, administrator of B. W. Tayloe, by James R. Randle, Charlotte Tayloe; 16 Mar 1838

187††††† settlement of B. W. Tayloe by administrator John Randle; mentions former administrator John Tayloe, deceased; Apr. term 1838

187††††† sale of the estate of Larry Satterfield by administrator William Bailey; buyers include Mary Satterfield, Cintha Scarborough, William Bailey, Joseph Satterfield, John Downs; returned Apr. term 1838

188††††† sale of the estate of B. W. Tayloe by administrator John Randle; buyers include James Collier, Martha Tayloe, Richard Tayloe, Henry Fowler, John Randle, Abner Johnson, Williamson Williams, Gabriel Wynns, R. Crosswell, Thomas Wynns, William Miller, Dory Miller, James Largent, William Bell, Samuel Davis; sale 1 Dec 1837, returned Apr. term 1838

189††††† inventory and sale of John Tayloe by administrators James R. Randle, Charlotte Tayloe; Apr. term 1838

190††††† inventory of Abram Hester by administratrix Susan A. Hester; returned Apr. term 1838

191††††† will of John F. Weaks:wife unnamed, son William, son Ephraim, son Henry, daughter Nancy Caroline, daughter Elizabeth Parisade, daughter Polly Jane; executor is Jesse C. Ingram; wit:William H. Coleman, W. T. Mansfield, Robert A. Stone, George W. Gatlin; written 5 Mar 1838, proven Apr. term 1838

193††††† will of Thomas McIntosh:daughter Delila Price, daughter Nancy Flips?, daughter Zilphy Cotton, daughter Sary Scholes, son Benjamin McIntosh; executors are son Benjamin and Joseph Scholes; wit:A. Brown, Alexander Anderson; written 29 Apr 1833, proven Apr. term 1838

194††††† John Stanfield, Henry Edwards, Clark M. Shelby, William B. Weaks, guardian bond for Rebecca Middleton; 2 Apr 1838

195††††† Francis McCarroll, Robert Dunlap, William Dunbar, guardian bond for Elenor McCarroll, Palina McCarroll, Mary McCarroll, James McCarroll; 2 Apr 1888

196††††† William Phillips, James Goodrich, guardian bond for James H. Bartee; 2 Apr 1838

196††††† Francis McCarroll, William Dunbar, Robert Dunlap, guardian bond for Thomas McCarroll, Francis McCarroll, Marion McCarroll, Susannah McCarroll; 2 Apr 1838

197††††† William Phillips, James Goodrich, guardian bond for Andrew J. Bartee; 2 Apr 1838

197††††† William Phillips, James Goodrich, guardian bond for Jasper Bartee; 2 Apr 1838

197††††† Alexander Clinard, Robert Dunlap, James P. Hooks, guardian bond for John C. Clinard; 9 Apr 1838

198††††† Alexander Clinard, Robert Dunlap, James P. Hooks, guardian bond for Nancy Jane Clinard; 9 Apr 1838

198††††† John Richards, Abithel Wallace, guardian bond for William T. Moore; 2 Apr 1838

199††††† William G. Dunbar, William Dunbar, James Wilson, constable bond for District 1; 2 Apr 1838

199††††† James R. Hooks, Abithel Wallace, James O. Shackleford, Samuel Ross, William B. Cherry, constable bond for District 2; 2 Apr 1838

200††††† Edward W. Smith, James R. Hooks, Samuel Ross, Simeon W. Cooley, constable bond for District 3; 2 Apr 1838

200††††† Zachariah T. Shemwell, Martin L. Stancil, Allen J. Shemwell, constable bond for District 4; 2 Apr 1838

201††††† Jacob Parchment, John Parchment, Henry H. Gorin, constable bond for District 5; 2 Apr 1838

202††††† William B. Weaks, Clark M. Shelby, James Goodrich, John Stanfield, constable bond for District 6; 2 Apr 1838

202††††† William Richards, P. Bruton, Marvel M. Bruton, John Richards, Philander Priestly, William B. Cherry, constable bond for District 7; 2 Apr 1838

203††††† George W. Swoor, Thomas T. Watson, Christopher C. Clements, constable bond for District 7; 2 Apr 1838

203††††† Marvel M. Bruton, Henry H. Gorin, Philander Priestly, P. Bruton, constable bond for District 8; 2 Apr 1838

204††††† Samuel Wofford, Marvel M. Bruton, Joseph Smith, Nicholas Bailey, constable bond for District 9; 2 Apr 1838

204††††† Abner Johnston, Abithel Wallace, Christopher C. Clements, Josiah Askew, Martin L. Stancil, Philander Priestly, constable bond for District 10; 2 Apr 1838

205††††† Roderick McAuley, William B. Cherry, Jesse C. Ingram, constable bond for District 11; 2 Apr 1838

205††††† David Irwin, Nicholas Bailey, Robert Dunlap, Benjamin McIntosh, constable bond for District 12; 2 Apr 1838

206††††† John Richards, chairman of the County Court, indentures John N. Smith (age 15) and William M. Smith (age 5) to Luke D. Findley; 2 Apr 1838

206††††† Robert Thompkins, William Phillips, Samuel Boughter, William Walker, administratorís bond for William B. Bartee; 2 Apr 1838

207††††† Jesse C. Ingram, Delila Weaks, William Coleman, William B. Cherry, Roderick McAuley, administratorís bond for John F. Weaks; 2 Apr 1838

208††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, Theodore S. Scarborough, James W. Williams, guardian bond for George W. Gatlin; 7 May 1838

209††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, Theodore S. Scarborough, James W. Williams, guardian bond for James H. Gatlin; 7 May 1838

209††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, Theodore S. Scarborough, James W. Williams, guardian bond for Ephraim C. Gatlin; 7 May 1838

210††††† Franklin W. Faucett, John R. Elkins, William S. Dunbar, Vaney Hamblett, guardian bond for Sarah C. Faucett; 7 May 1838

210††††† Franklin W. Faucett, John R. Elkins, William S. Dunbar, Vaney Hamblett, guardian bond for Alsey C. Faucett; 7 May 1838

211††††† Franklin W. Faucett, John R. Elkins, William S. Dunbar, Vaney Hamblett, guardian bond for WilliamFaucett; 7 May 1838

212††††† George R. Outlaw, Wright U. Outlaw, Sarah V. West, guardian bond for Elizabeth Bartee; 7 May 1838

212††††† William C. Jones, John R. Acree, Theodore S. Scarborough, administratorís bond for Sandford Spiceland; 7 May 1838

213††††† Frances Brinson, Nicholas D. Bailey, James Goodrich, administratorís bond for Drury D. Brinson; 7 May 1838

214††††† William Etheridge, John D. Morris, William M. Benton, administratorís bond for Polly Etheridge; 7 May 1838

214††††† Vaney Hamblett, John R. Elkins, Franklin W. Faucett, James Kennedy, Edward Boyd, administratorís bond for Joshua Hamblett; 7 May 1838

215††††† James Goodrich, John Goodrich, Robert Tompkins, administratorís bond for Dority Goodrich; 7 May 1838

216††††† will of James W. Smith:nephew James William Parchment (about 5 years old, son of Jesse Parchment) gets land on Elk Creek left him by his father Lemuel Smith; mother Susan Dowdy; sister Evaline Dowdy; sister Arean? Standfield; sister Sally Tyson, Jesse Parchmentís wife is Arcada Johnson; executor is Jacob B. Parchment; test:Wesley Young, William H. Dowdy; written 7 Apr 1838

218††††† Jacob Parchment, Wesley Young, C. M. Shelby, administratorís bond for James W. Smith; 7 May 1838

219††††† sale of the estate of Clement Rushing by administrator Mark Rushing; buyers include Mark Rushing, D. Rushing, W. Rushing, W. Cook

220††††† inventory and sale of John F. Weaks by administrators J. C. Ingram and Delila Weaks; buyers include Delila Weaks, H. H. Gorin, H. L. Atkins, J. H. Mockbee, Thomas Buckingham Jr. Geo. Dougherty, W> K. Colson, James Rawley, T. S. Scarborough, Jaby Geurin, J. C. Ingram, William Etheridge, John Hinson, P. B. Sexton, S. W. Cooley, James Wofford; 6 May 1838

221††††† guardianís return by John R. Acree, guardian for the heirs of John W. Hereford (Maryan Hereford, John W. Hereford, Rambler Hereford, Angeline Hereford, Elizabeth Hereford, Virginia Hereford

221††††† account current with Christopher C. Clements, administrator of Cordal Wall; equal payments to Joseph Wall, Polly Hyer, William Wall, John Wall, Henry G. Wall, A. M. Wall, William C. Clements, Moses Wall; 30 Apr 1838

222††††† account current of John W. Hereford with administrator Christopher C. Clements; 7 May 1838

224††††† inventory and sale of John Scarborough by administrator T. S. Scarborough; buyers include John Scarborough, James McLeroy, William Bruton, Howell Harris, H. H. Gorin, J. O. Shackelford, John H. Mockbee, William K. Colson, J. Kercheval, Cinthia Scarborough, W. W. Scarborough, John K. Colson, James Scarborough, T. S. Scarborough, James Rawley, William Richards, John Richards, John H. Petty, Whitmill Scarborough, David Runyan, William Reid, Joseph Satterfield, Jacob Shryock, Robert Owens, John Randle, sale 7 May 1837, returned June term 1838

228††††† Jethro Bass, James Locke, Norfleet Bass, guardian bond for Matthew Melton Read; 4 Jun 1838

228††††† Henry Bell, William C. Jones, Littleberry Belisles, guardian bond for Sarah A. Cook; 4 Jun 1838

229††††† Henry Bell, William C. Jones, Littleberry Belisles, guardian bond for Louisa J. Cook; 4 Jun 1838

230††††† William L. Dunbar, Sarah Dunbar, William Morris, guardian bond for William Dunbar; 4 Jun 1838

230††††† Henry Bell, William C. Jones, Littleberry Belisles, guardian bond for Aley C. Cook; 4 Jun 1838

231††††† William Williams, C. C. Clements, administratorís bond for Elizabeth B. Williams; 4 Jun 1838

232††††† settlement with Catharine Boid, formerly Catharine Cook, administratrix of John Cook; heirs included Louisa J. Cook, Sarah A. Cook, Aley C. Cook

232††††† inventory of the estate of J. R. Smith

232††††† return of widowís dowry to Vaney Hamblett, widow of Joshua Hamblett; 15 May 1838

233††††† sale of the estate of Sandford Spiceland by administrator William C. Jones; buyers include James Downs, Littleberry Belisle, George Bell, Joshua Spiceland, J. H. Wiggins, Benj. Bell, Albert Brigham, James Wimberly, David Irwin, Henry Bell, William C. Jones, Orin Vinson, Ira Belisle, Willie Sills, Robert McDugle, Samuel Benton, Joel B. Acree, Jethro Bass, James W. Myrick, John Kingins, John Etheridge; 4 Jun 1838

236††††† Nancy Fowler, Mark Weaks, administratorís bond for Hiram D. Fowler; 2 Jul 1838

237††††† coroner's inquest by James Scarborough on the suicide of Henry D. Bird on the night of 25 Nov 1837

237††††† Charles B. Wilcox, Andrew Irwin, John Richards, coronerís bond; 2 Jul 1838

238††††† inventory and sale of Joshua Hamblett; buyers include Vaney Hamblett, George Shoemaker, Edward Summers, John H. Kennaday, James Y. Kennaday, Benjamin T. Kennaday, F. W. Faucett, Jesse L. Atkins, William Brown, John Matheny, William Howell, William Perkins, John R. Elkins, William Morris, Thomas E. Dunbar, Matthew Gray, John Hagler, Richard Bagwell, H. H. Gorin, William Elkins, Felix Barber, Bayliss Dunbar, William R. Atkins, E. Hall, Edward Terrell, A. Yarborough, John Ford, James J. Lewis, Coleman Travis, Silas Stamper, Alfred Moreland, Joseph Free, William Kay, P. Bruton, Mark Milam, N. H. Cherry, S. Shepherd, Thomas E. Dunbar

246††††† sale of the estate of William B. Bartee on 18 Apr 1838 at Byron Forge, by administrator R. Tompkins

250††††† Edward Boyd, George Boyd, Alexander A. Frasier, Abithel Wallace, administratorís bond for Isabella Boyd; 6 Aug 1838

251††††† sale of Hiram D. Fowler by administratrix Nancy Fowler; buyers include Nancy Fowler, James Collier, Samuel Davis, W. H. Johnson, Mark Weaks, Enoch Fowler, Warrick Felts; sale 3 Aug 1838

251††††† yearís provisions for Nancy Fowler, widow of Hiram D. Fowler; returned June term 1838

251††††† will of Isabella Boyd:children Nancy Hopson, John C. Boyd, George C. Boyd, Robert T? Boyd, Edward Boyd; children of deceased daughter Nancy Hopson include Isabella Thompson, Joshua Hopson, William Hopson, Elizabeth Shep?, Joseph Hopson; executors are sons George and Edward; test:A. A. Fraser, Elizabeth Briggs, Thomas Atkinson; written 28 Jun 1838

252††††† Elizabeth Ables, Willis Whitford, guardian bond for Eliza Jane Ables, William J. Ables, Sandy P. Ables and Alexander P. Ables, heirs of Alexander Ables; 3 Sep 1838

253††††† guardianís return by William C. Jones, guardian for Arthur and Elitha Griffin; Aug 1838

253††††† settlement with William C. Jones, administrator of Elizabeth Vincent

254††††† settlement with A. Wallace, administrator of Charles Bogard; 15 Sep 1838

255††††† settlement with William C. Jones, administrator of John Crain; 17 Aug 1838

256††††† Samuel Ross, M. L. Stancel, James Wallace, guardian bond for Alexander R. Wallace; 1 Oct 1838

256††††† Samuel Ross, M. L. Stancel, James Wallace, guardian bond for Harriet A. B. Wallace; 1 Oct 1838

257††††† Samuel Ross, M. L. Stancel, James Wallace, guardian bond for John Wallace Jr.; 1 Oct 1838

257††††† Charlotty Dunlap, Abithel Wallace, William Webster, administratorís bond for Robert Dunlap; 1 Oct 1838

258††††† Hannah Bell, James Wilson, Allen McCaskell, administratorís bond for John Bell; 1 Oct 1838

259††††† Edward C. Acree, Martin L. Stancil, Samuel Ross, administratorís bond for Benjamin Ross; 1 Oct 1838

260††††† Samuel Ross, Martin L. Stancil, Absalom Page, James Wallace, administratorís bond for Elizabeth Page; 1 Oct 1838

261††††† Woods, Stacker & Co., John H. Mockbee, Joel B. Acree, ferry bond on Cumberland River at Cumberland Iron Works; 1 Oct 1838

261††††† commissionerís report on petition by Henry L. Atkins to run a road through John Scarboroughís river bottom; Atkins to pay Scarborough $94 for the privilege

262††††† settlement with James Wofford, administrator of Alexander Ables

262††††† guardianís return by Jethro Bass, guardian for Mathew M. Read; 1 Sep 1838

262††††† guardianís return by Elizabeth Ables, guardian for the heirs of Alexander Ables

262††††† commissionerís inquest of Solomon McNatt; McNatt recommended to the court for Charity; 31 Jul 1838

263††††† account current of Ann King with administrator John K. Colson; 8 Sep 1838

263††††† account current of Dennis Dougherty with administrator John K. Colson; 8 Sep 1838

264††††† inventory and sale of Ephraim Gatlin by administratrix Elizabeth Gatlin; buyers include Ephraim C. Gatlin, Nathaniel Peebles, Kay Bayliss & Co., Berry Williams, David Ahart, James Burks, James W. Williams, John F. Weaks, William Harris, Joel B. Acree, P. B. Nolin, William H. Cherry, James S. Rolls, Daniel McCoy, Alexander Walker, William W. Ellis, Thomas Jones, William Williams, Pendleton Settle, M. M. Bruton, Henry L. Atkins, Elizabeth Gatlin, Tilman Sexton, Ira Olive, James Vickers, Orville Champion, William Brandon, William Bruton, Lamuel Sexton, Theophilus Stalls, John Lewis, Franklin Ralls, Claborn Parker, Jordan Whitehurst, John D. Morris, Thomas Buckingham, William Miles, William H. Coleman, James Geurin, James Blount, Abraham Phillips Jr., Elisha Miles, James Gatlin, Nathan Skinner Sr., Kay Williams & Co.

268††††† Wright W. Outlaw, George R. Outlaw, Phillip B. Nolin, guardian bond for James Brinson; 5 Nov 1838

268††††† Francis Brinson, Wright W. Outlaw, James A. Outlaw, guardian bond for Caroline Allman; 5 Nov 1838

269††††† Wright W. Outlaw, George R. Outlaw, Phillip B. Nolin, guardian bond for Mary Brinson; 5 Nov 1838

269††††† Phillip B. Nolin, George R. Outlaw, Martin L. Stancil, guardian bond for Sally West, Eliza West, William West, James West, heirs of William West; 5 Nov 1838

270††††† William B. Cherry, John T. Bailey, guardian bond for William Weaks; 5 Nov 1838

270††††† William Tyson, Jesse Parchment, John Parchment, William Curtis, James Allman, guardian bond for Lydia Smith; 5 Nov 1838

271††††† George C. Boyd, Willie B. Johnson, Nathaniel H. Allen, administratorís bond for Isabella Boyd; 5 Nov 1838

272††††† Samuel Ross, Nathan G. Morris, Abithel Wallace, administratorís bond for Asa Morris; 5 Nov 1838

273††††† Mary Weaks, James O. Shackelford, John R. Atkins, William R. Turner, administratorís bond for William Weaks; 5 Nov 1838

274††††† Joel Biggs, Joseph Pinner, Orvill Champion, administratorís bond for Joseph Champion; 5 Nov 1838

275††††† John T. Bailey, William Etheridge, N. G. Morris, administratorís bond for Allen Bailey; 5 Nov 1838

275††††† will of Asa Morris: wife Polly, son John D. Morris, granddaughter Adaline Williams (the daughter of his daughter Sally Morris, deceased, by her husband Daniel R. Williams), daughter Susan Anderson, son Reuben A. Morris, son James H. Morris, son William G. Morris, son Samuel H. Morris, son Asa Morris; Samuel Ross executor; test:J. Ferrill, H. Ferrill; written 5 Sep 1838, proven Dec. term 1838

277††††† inventory and sale of Robert Dunlap; buyers include Elisha Williams, Mrs. C. Dunlap, William Vick, Robert Owens, James O. Shackelford, John Lee, Edwin Barnes, H. L. Atkins, James Rauleigh, Franklin Ralls, William Webster, A. Wallace, William K. Colson, T. C. Roper, Etheldred Wallace, Tapley Manning, A. G. Wallace Jr., Lewis Downs, John Richards, C. B. Wilcox, John Hinson, Josiah S. Vick, William Stewart, William R. Atkins, R. C. Dunlap, Miss A. Hall, J. L. Kercheval; sale 27 Oct 1838

279††††† inventory and sale of Elizabeth Page by administrator Samuel Ross; buyers include Theo. Stalls, James Wallace, Absalom Page, Vincent Page, N. J. Williams, George W. Taylor, Elijah Stalls, Joseph Page, Francis Stalls, Lemuel Legate, Jackson Beal, Evins Wallace, M. D. T. Ross, Collin Williams, Elizabeth Johnson, Robert Vick, Alexander Walker; 12 Oct 1838

280††††† yearís provisions for Elizabeth G. Bartee, widow of W. B. Bartee

281††††† guardianís return by Elizabeth Gatlin, guardian for James H. Gatlin, George W. Gatlin, Ephraim C. Gatlin

281††††† yearís provisions for Hannah Bell, widow of John Bell; 19 Oct 1838

281††††† additional inventory of John Bell by administratrix Hannah Bell

282††††† additional inventory of Thomas White by administrator Benjamin McIntosh

282††††† yearís provisions for the widow of Joseph Champion; 17 Nov 1838

282††††† account current of William Etheridge, administrator of Polly Etheridge

282††††† additional return of C. C. Clements, administrator of William Clements; Dec. term 1838

282††††† settlement with Nathan Skinner, guardian for Polly Etheridge and Sarah Etheridge

283††††† William G. Wynns, John James, William B. Cherry, administratorís bond for Mary C. Wynns; 3 Dec 1838

284††††† sale of the estate of Joseph Champion by administrator Joel Biggs; buyers include Marvel Bruton, Albert Brigham, Benjamin Champion, Penelope Champion, B. H. Saunders, widow Champion, Martin Wilkinson, William B. Holland, Albert Bird, Nancy Biggs, W. Boswell, Samuel Bruton, Aaron Culbertson, Orvel Champion, Rachel Champion, James Cook, William Bailey, William C. Bird, Tilman Sexton, Ira Olive; sale 17 Nov 1838

285††††† sale of the estate of Asa Morris; buyers include John D. Morris, James H. Walker, William C. Williams, Francis Cunningham, Elijah Stalls, William H. Clark, Samuel H. Morris, William G. Morris, John Ferrill, William Vick, William H. Ellis, Reuben Wallace, Robert Jackson, James S. Ralls, Inman Rogers, George W. Taylor; sale 16 Nov 1838

286††††† settlement with Jethro Bass, administrator of Isaac Futrell; returned Nov. term 1838

287††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for Penelope Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

288††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for Elizabeth Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

288††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for Atherton Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

289††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for Thomas Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

289††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for Asel Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

290††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for John R. Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

290††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for Jesse Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

291††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for Sarah Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

292††††† Clark M. Shelby, John Parchment, John Stanfield, William B. Cherry, Louisa L. Brunson, guardian bond for Clark Brunson; 7 Jan 1839

292††††† John Richards, Abithel Wallace, guardian bond for William H. Hooks, Charles C. Hooks, Margaret A. Hooks; 7 Jan 1839

293††††† William C. Jones, Abithel Wallace, Willis Manning, guardian bond for James C. Futrell, Shedrick Futrell, Louisiana Futrell, John C. Futrell

293††††† William C. Jones, Willis Manning, W. M. Manning, guardian bond for Joel Bennet; 7 Jan 1839

294††††† William C. Jones, Willis Manning, W. M. Manning, guardian bond for Edward Spiceland, Oren Spiceland, John Spiceland, Lucy Spiceland; 7 Jan 1839

294††††† Thomas J. Cherry, Martin L. Stancil, William B. Cherry, Philander Priestly, constable bond; 7 Jan 1839

295††††† Willis Manning, W. C. Jones, W. M. Manning, A. J. Luton, administratorís bond for Sally C. Luton; 7 Jan 1839

296††††† Philander Priestly, Chairman of the County Court indentures Penny Black, age 13, to John Pinner; securities:A. J. Luton, Abithel Wallace; 7 Jan 1839

296††††† guardian's return by John Randle, guardian for the heirs of Benjamin W. Tayloe:Adeline & sons;Jan 1839

297††††† account current of Jesse Brunson by administratrix Louisa L. Brunson

297††††† division of some of the Negroes of the estate of Henry H. Wynns to H. L. Atkins (in lieu of his wife); 24 Dec 1838

297††††† administratorís return by Joel Bailey, administrator of Allen Bailey

297††††† guardianís return by John Pinner, guardian for Mary E. Cooper; 6 Jan 1838

298††††† account current of Vincent Cooper by administrator Jesse C. Ingram

298††††† James Locke, Jethro Bass, John Locke, guardian bond for Eliza Jane Read; 4 Feb 1839

299††††† William Etheridge, William Vick, John Richards, administratorís bond for Polly Etheridge; 4 Feb 1839

300††††† Ann Rushing, Elisha Crosswell, William Gaddy, administratorís bond for Abel K. Rushing; 4 Feb 1839

300††††† guardianís settlement with William G. Wynns, guardian for Mary C. Wynns; 12 Jan 1839

301††††† guardianís settlement with William G. Wynns, guardian for Randolph G. Wynns; 12 Jan 1839

301††††† settlement with William Stagner, administrator of Barnabas Stagner; 2 Feb 1839

302††††† administratorís settlement with William G. Wynns, administrator of Mary C. Wynns; 14 Jan 1839

302††††† administratorís settlement with John T. Bailey, administrator of Allen Bailey

303††††† administratorís settlement with Christopher C. Clements, administrator of William Clements; 16 Jan 1839

303††††† additional inventory of John F. Weaks; 17 Jan 1839

304††††† account current of Drury D. Bird by administrator William Cook

304††††† Jesse Lassiter, C. C. Clements, A. J. Shemwell, administratorís bond for Howell Harris; 4 Mar 1839

305††††† guardianís settlement with Elizabeth Gatlin, guardian for James H. Gatlin, up to 1 Jan 1839; recorded Feb. term 1839

305††††† guardianís settlement with Elizabeth Gatlin, guardian for Ephraim C. Gatlin, up to1 Jan 1839; recorded Feb. term 1839

305††††† guardianís settlement with Elizabeth Gatlin, guardian for George W. Gatlin, up to 1 Jan 1839; recorded Feb. term 1839

306††††† guardianís settlement with Henry L. Wall, guardian for Mary King and Elizabeth King, up to 1 Jan 1839; recorded 13 Feb 1839

306††††† guardianís settlement with Willis Manning, guardian for Polly M. Luton; 26 Jan 1839

307††††† guardianís settlement with Willis Manning, guardian for Clement M. Luton; 26 Jan 1839

307††††† guardianís settlement with Willis Manning, guardian for Sally C. Luton; 26 Jan 1839

308††††† guardianís settlement with Vincent Wyatt, guardian for Carroll Jackson, up to 1 Jan 1839; recorded 16 Feb 1839

309††††† guardianís settlement with Asa Yarborough, guardian for Anson Yarborough, up to 1 Jan 1839

309††††† guardianís settlement with Asa Yarborough, guardian for Samuel A. Yarborough, up to 1 Jan 1839

309††††† guardianís settlement with Sarah Dunbar, guardian for the heirs of James Dunbar

310††††† guardianís settlement with Joshua Hamblett, guardian for William Faucett, Alsey Faucett, Sarah Faucett, heirs of Richard Faucett; 1 Jun 1838

310††††† guardianís settlement with Josephus Outlaw, guardian for Dudley Outland, Josiah Outland, Elizabeth Outland, Amy Outland, Rhoda Outland, heirs of Josiah Outland; 8 Feb 1839

310††††† guardianís return by B. Bayliss, guardian for William T. Bayliss, Martha E. A. Bayliss

311††††† account current of Isabella Boyd by administrators Edward Boyd, George C. Boyd

311††††† Cave Johnson, Willie B. Johnson, ferry bond on Cumberland River at the lower Dover landing;4 Mar 1839

312††††† Philander Priestly, Chairman of the County Court indentures Harriet Wallace (age 10) to Wesley Brandon; 4 Mar 1839

312††††† administratorís return by Willis Manning, administrator of Sally C. Luton; 1 Apr 1839

313††††† Elbert Bayliss, John Kercheval, C. C. Clements, administratorís bond for Cullen Bayliss; 1 Apr 1839

314††††† John Barnes, Henry H. Gorin, William Cook, administratorís bond for Barnett Barnes; 1 Apr 1839

315††††† Philander Priestly, Chairman of the County Court indentures James Vincent, age 14, to Nathan Skinner; security:J. W. Williams; 1 Apr 1839

315††††† yearís allowance for the widow and children of Howell Harris; 20 Mar 1839

316††††† yearís allowance for Ann Rushing and family; 15 Feb 1839

316††††† guardianís settlement with John Summers, guardian for Charles S. Summers, up to 1 Jan 1839

316††††† guardianís settlement with Nathan Skinner, guardian for Sarah Etheridge, up to 1 Jan 1839

317††††† David L. Runyan, Simeon W. Cooley, Thomas F. Watson, C. C. Clements, guardian bond for Polina Scarborough, Martha Ann Scarborough; 6 May 1839

318††††† guardianís settlement with Sarah Dunbar, guardian for three of the heirs of James Dunbar, up to 1 Jan 1839; returned May term 1839

318††††† will of Joseph Smith:wife Mary Smith, son Jefferson C. Smith, ďafflictedĒ daughter Maria, ďafflictedĒ daughter Sally, ďafflictedĒ daughter Anna, son James Smith, son John Smith; mentions children are from his two marriages; executor is William R. Lee of Dover; wit:William C. Rutland, P. Priestly; written 19 Apr 1839, proven May term 1839

320††††† Mary Smith, James W. Smith, Fielding L. Sidebottom, administratorís bond for Joseph Smith; 6 May 1839

321††††† William C. Jones, Zachariah T. Shemwell, Littleberry Belisle, administratorís bond for James Hamilton; 6 May 1839

322††††† Nelson Crosswell, Andrew Irwin, Philander Priestly, administratorís bond for Richmond Crosswell; 6 May 1839

323††††† David L. Runyan, Simeon W. Cooley, Thomas T. Watson, guardian bond for Polina Scarborough and Martha Ann Scarborough; 6 May 1839

324††††† William C. Jones, Z. T. Shemwell, Littleberry Clark, administratorís bond for John W. Hicks; 6 May 1839

325††††† guardianís settlement with William L. Dunbar, guardian for William Dunbar Jr., up to 1 Jan 1839

325††††† sale of the estate of Howell Harris on 20 Mar 1839 by administrator Jesse Lassiter

327††††† John Randle, Peyton R. Atkins, Hyman Tayloe, guardian bond for Susan Adaline Tayloe, Sarah Ann Tayloe; 3 Jun 1839

328††††† Fielding L. Sidebottom, James W. Smith, John Oneal, guardian bond for William Townzen; 3 Jun 1839

328††††† guardianís settlement with Franklin W. Faucett, guardian for Sarah Faucett, William Faucett, Alsey Faucett

329††††† guardianís settlement with John R. Acree, guardian for Henry Luton, Quintus A. Luton, D. W. Luton, Rebecca Luton

330††††† guardianís settlement with James Locke, guardian for Eliza Jane Read

330††††† guardianís settlement with Henry Bell, guardian for the heirs of John Cook

330††††† account current with John Randle, administrator of Benjamin W. Tayloe

331††††† account current of Lazarus Lassiter with administrator William C. Jones

331††††† inventory of the accounts of Richmond Crosswell by administrator Nathan Crosswell

334††††† guardianís settlement with John R. Acree, guardian for Mary Ann Hereford, John W. Hereford, Rambler Hereford, Angeline Hereford, Elizabeth Hereford, Virginia Hereford

335††††† bond by Henry L. Wall for interest due by Kay, Bayliss & Co. to the heirs of John King; securities:Joshua R. Killebrew, Abithel Wallace; July term 1837

335††††† bond by John H. Petty for interest due by Kay, Bayliss & Co. to John R. King, William King, Henry B. King, heirs of William King; security:George Petty; 23 Aug 1837

336††††† bond by Brunson Bayliss for money due William T. S. Bayliss and Martha E. A. Bayliss; security:John Kercheval; 24 Aug 1837

337††††† Nelson Crosswell, Elisha Crosswell, John Richards, John Walker, administratorís bond for Richmond Crosswell; 2 Jul 1839

338††††† Alexander M. Wall, Elbert Bayliss, John Parchment, guardian bond for Mary Jane Cotton, minor orphan of James Cotton; 1 Jul 1839

338††††† Abithel Wallace, Samuel Ross, Nathan G. Morris, John James, John H. Mockbee, S. K. Volentine, William T. Western, Henry E. Gibson, T. S. Barnes, J. W. Williams, John Bogard, sheriff's bond; 1 Jul 1839

339††††† Abithel Wallace, Samuel Ross, Nathan G. Morris, John James, John H. Mockbee, S. K. Volentine, William T. Western, Henry E. Gibson, T. S. Barnes, J. W. Williams, John Bogard, collectorís bond for county taxes until the first Saturday in March, 1840; 1 Jul 1839

340††††† Hiram Vollentine, Abithel Wallace, Solomon K. Vollentine, T. S. Barnes, Elbert Bayliss, county registerís bond; 1 Jul 1839

341††††† William Cook, Solomon K. Vollentine, Abithel Wallace, William T. Western, Samuel Ross, T. S. Barnes, rangerís bond; 1 Jul 1839

341††††† John H. Petty, Elbert Bayliss, George Petty, trusteeís bond for Common School; 1 Jul 1839

342††††† Seth T. Andrews, John Andrews, Josiah Askew, ferry bond on Tennessee River at Crosswellís old ferry; 1 Jul 1839

342††††† inventory and sale of the estate of John W. Hicks by administrator W. C. Jones; buyers include A. Johnson, B. Herndon, Jethro Bass, Benjamin Hardin, Henry Vinson, Albert Brigham, Elisha Miles, Josiah Sills, Littleberry Lassiter; 25 May 1839

343††††† inventory and sale of the estate of James Hamilton by administrator W. C. Jones; buyers include Thomas L. Chewning, Thomas Shaw, Zebulen Beard, David Jones, Ezekiel Beard, Kinchen Lassiter, John Cazzery, Willie Sills, Joseph Carr, W. C. Jones, Jenkins Futrell, Phillip Herndon, Abraham Brinson, Wesley Brandon, John M. Willis, Thomas B. Powell, Alexander Cobb, Jesse Vinson, Blodget Beard, Littleberry Belisle; 17 May 1839

344††††† additional inventory and sale of Joseph Smith by administrator J. W. Smith; 3 Jun 1839

345††††† inventory of the notes and accounts of Richmond Crosswell by administrator Nelson Crosswell

346††††† William C. Jones, David Jones, Elisha Miles, administratorís bond for Cornelius Anderson; 5 Aug 1839

347††††† Nelson Crosswell, Hugh McMillan, administratorís bond for Richmond Crosswell; 5 Aug 1839

348††††† William Barnes, Lemmy Williams, William L. Dunbar, executorís bond for James W. Randolph; 5 Aug 1839

350††††† James W. Williams, Thomas Payne, Samuel Wofford, Henry H. Gorin, John H. Mockbee, Philander Priestly, constable bond for District 8; 5 Aug 1839

350††††† John McMillan, Hugh McMillan, Luke D. H. Finley, constable bond for District 5; 5 Aug 1839

351††††† will of James W. Randolph:daughter Caroline; executors are wife Elizabeth Randolph and William Barnes; wit:Lemmy Williams, Lemuel Bowers; written 4 Jun 1839, proven Aug. term 1839

352††††† James Wofford, Jacob Shryock, Abithel Wallace, guardian bond for Uriah George Stokes, Nancy Stokes, Mary Jane Stokes, Lydia Ann Stokes, minor orphans of John Stokes; 2 Sep 1839

352††††† Thomas T. Watson, C. C. Clements, Samuel Stacker, guardian bond for Martha Watson, minor orphan of Martha Watson; 2 Sep 1839

353††††† will of Elizabeth Barnett:daughter Louisa L. Brunson; wit:William Brigham, Beulah B. James, Jean Brigham, Mary A. Brigham, Louis L. Bayliss; written 11 Aug 1839

354††††† Louisa L. Brunson, William B. Cherry, Henry H. Gorin, administratorís bond for Elizabeth Barnett; 2 Sep 1839

355††††† Zachariah T. Shemwell, Elizabeth Shemwell, Allen J. Shemwell, William H. Clark, administratorís bond for Gillum Moore; 2 Sep 1839

356††††† James M. Cherry, William W. Cherry, Edward W. Smith, Abithel Wallace, constable bond; 2 Sep 1839

357††††† guardianís return by James A. Crosswell, guardian for the minor heirs of William Crosswell; returned Sept. term 1839

357††††† guardianís return by James R. Hooks, guardian for the minor heirs of John Ross; 29 Aug 1839

357††††† guardianís return by John T. Bailey, guardian for Paulina Bailey; mentions money received from the estates of Henry Bailey and John Bailey

358††††† guardianís return by Phillip B. Nolin, guardian for John Jackson; mentions money received from the estate of James Jackson

358††††† guardianís return by Phillip B. Nolin, guardian for his four children, heirs of Phillip B. Nolin

358††††† guardianís return by James Wimberly, guardian for the heirs of John J. Acree

359††††† account current of Frederick Gross with administrators Barnabas Gross and Jesse D. Hall

359††††† account current of Thomas White with administrator Benjamin McIntosh

360††††† account current of John Stokes with administrator Jacob Shryock

361††††† account current of the estate of Jesse A. Brunson by administratrix Louisa L. Brunson, who was also guardian to Sarah Ann Brunson, Asahel Brunson, Elizabeth L. Brunson, Penelope T. Brunson, Atherton Brunson, Clark S. Brunson, Thomas C. Brunson

368††††† will of Judith Lewis:son Thomas W. Lewis gets land on which he now lives (purchased of Mr. James of Dickson County), younger son William C. Lewis and younger son James M. Lewis get a tract of land deeded to her by Perry Humphreys on Gricesí Creek and Cumberland River, and also a tract of land deeded to her by David Irwin, known as the Allen tract, daughter Sally M. Askew, daughter Martha M. Edwards; test:John H. Marable, John Parchment, Jefferson F. Gentry; written 24 Aug 1839

369††††† will of Richard Tayloe:son William Tayloe, deceased daughter Sally Daniel (wife of David Daniel), daughter Nancy Norrid, daughter Peggy Outlaw, grandchildren James W. Tayloe, John M. Tayloe, Thomas H. Tayloe and Mary P. Tayloe (children of deceased son John Tayloe), daughter Charlotte Daniel, daughter Mary McGlohon, son Hyman Tayloe, daughter Elizabeth Mockbee, grandchildren Susan A. and Sarah Ann Tayloe (children of deceased son Benjamin W. Tayloe); wit:Abner Johnson, Josiah Askew; written 6 Oct 1838, proven Oct. term 1839

370††††† Hyman Tayloe, John McGlohon, Josiah Askew, John Randle, Hardison Daniel, administratorís bond for Richard Tayloe; 7 Oct 1839

371††††† Lucy L. T. Dowdy, William Dowdy, James Dowdy, John Dowdy, guardian bond for Watson Thompson Dowdy, Fanny Rebecca Dowdy, George William Dowdy, minor orphans of William C. Dowdy; 7 Oct 1839

372††††† Christopher C. Clements, Elbert Bayliss, guardian bond for William T. Moore, minor orphan of Travis Moore; 7 Oct 1839

373††††† inventory of Joseph Smith by administrators Mary Smith and J. W. Smith

374††††† will of Francis Moore:son Edward, daughter Syntha, son John, son Isham; executors are John Mooreland, Edward Mooreland; wit:John Mooreland, Jesse L. Atkins; written 15 Jan 1828, proven Nov. term 1839

375††††† Edward Mooreland, Noah McGregor, Edward W. Moore, administratorís bond for Francis Moore; 6 Nov 1839

376††††† will of Thomas W. Lewis:wife Judith Lewis; executors are Benjamin Kelly and Samuel Craft; test:Evan W. Shelby, Benjamin Kelly, Lewis Thomas; written 10 Oct 1824, proven Nov. term 1839

376††††† John Parchment, Thomas W. Lewis, William C. Lewis, William Barnes, Henry Edwards, administratorís bond for Thomas W. Lewis; 5 Nov 1839

377††††† John Parchment, Thomas W. Lewis, Henry Edwards, William C. Lewis, John H. Marable, William Barnes, administratorís bond for Judith Lewis; 5 Nov 1839

378††††† Willie B. H. Jones, Jarred Crisp, James Bennet, administratorís bond for Susan Kniton; 4 Nov 1839

379††††† Edward Boyd, John Fraser, David Moore, administratorís bond for Isaac Elliott; 4 Nov 1839

380††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, James W. Williams, Thomas Payne, guardian bond for George W. Gatlin, minor orphan of Ephraim Gatlin; 4 Nov 1839

380††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, James W. Williams, Thomas Payne, guardian bond for Ephraim C. Gatlin, minor orphan of Ephraim Gatlin; 4 Nov 1839

381††††† Elizabeth Gatlin, James W. Williams, Thomas Payne, guardian bond for James H. Gatlin, minor orphan of Ephraim Gatlin; 4 Nov 1839

382††††† Edward Boyd, David Moore, John Fraser, guardian bond for Joseph Hobson, minor of Morgan Hobson; 4 Nov 1839

382††††† Andrew Irwin, Benjamin McIntosh, James Dunn, guardian bond for Susannah W. White and Simon White, minor orphans of Thomas White; 4 Nov 1839

383††††† John Brown, James A. Crosswell, Charles L. Crosswell, guardian bond for Obediah Crosswell, minor of William Crosswell; 4 Nov 1839

383††††† John Brown, James A. Crosswell, Charles L. Crosswell, guardian bond for Jane Crosswell, minor of William Crosswell; 4 Nov 1839

384††††† guardianís return by William Curtis, guardian for the heirs of Joel Mann; 4 Nov 1839

384††††† administratorís return by Willis Manning, administrator of Sally C. Luton; 4 Nov 1839

384††††† guardianís return by Wright W. Outlaw, guardian for siblings James Brinson and Mary Brinson; 10 Nov 1839

384††††† sale of the estate of Richmond Crosswell by administrator Nelson Crosswell; buyers include James A. Crosswell, Elizabeth Crosswell, Nimrod Crosswell, Nelson Crosswell, Elisha Crosswell, Charles L. Crosswell, James H. Brigham, Alfred P. Crosswell, David Irwin; sale on 22 Jul 1839

385††††† yearís provisions for widow Anderson; returned Nov. term 1839

385††††† sale of the estate of Richard Tayloe; buyers include Allen Barnes, Benjamin Norrid, Henry L. Atkins, Hymon Tayloe, William Emming, William Bell, John Bristow, James R. Randle, Nathan A. Winters, William Williams, Seth Outlaw, Abner Johnson, John McGlawn, Wyatt Tuggle, James Wyatt, Edmond Barnes, Thompson H. Johnson, Eli J. Stavely, William Little, John H. Clark, William Kay, John Downs, Abithel Wallace, William Norrid, Mark F. Mitchell, Thomas D. Mockbee, Roary McAuley, William Hornberger, Charlotty Tayloe, Williamson Williams, Peyton R. Atkins, John McClish, David Daniel, Benjamin Collier, Isaac Griffin, William Bufford, James Biggs, Tillman Sexton, Zachariah Broadway, Joseph A. Collins, Elisha Dawson, Aaron Winters, Benjamin D. Bird, Walter Davis, William Largent, James Yarborough, Aquilla Groom, Mark Weaks, Warrick H. Felts, Hardison Daniel; sale on 28 Oct 1839, returned Dec. term1839

388††††† sale of the estate of Cornelius Anderson by administrator W. C. Jones; buyers include widow, Moses Lynn, David Jones, John Anderson, Franklin Rolls, Allen Elliott, Joshua Whitehurst, Henry Jackson, James Taylor, William Vick, John Pinner, Robert Miller, J. H. Walker, Charles Watson, Orvil Champion, Joseph Pinner, F. S. Clark, Ezekial Beard, Robert Vick, W. H. Clark, F. H. Clark, W. C. Jones, Joseph Page, A. J. Luton, William Pitts, Samuel Leggett, W. H. Pugh, E. D. Kelly, Wesley Brandon, Jesse Vincent, Z. T. Shemwell, Nathaniel Miller, Joel Bennett, Lewis Sayers; 2 Nov 1839, returned to Nov. term 1839

390††††† sale of the estate of Francis Moore by administrator Edward Mooreland; buyers include P. R. Atkins, W. L. Dunbar, H. Tyson, E. Moore, E. Mooreland, N. McGregor, J. F. Moore, W. H. Cherry, William Brown, F. W. Faucett, John Richards, A. Bagwell, William Bogard, Benjamin Johnson, J. N. Wall, James Southerland, Felix Barbry; sale 23 Nov 1839, returned to Dec. term 1839

390††††† sale of the estate of Gillum Moore by Elizabeth Shemwell, formerly Elizabeth Moore, who has remarried to Z. T. Shemwell; buyers include Daniel R. Williams, J. H. Walker, William Vick, George Tayloe, Z. T. Shemwell, James Hollis, Willis Manning, P. B. Nolin, A. J. Luton, John Moore, N. G. Morris; returned to Dec. term 1839

392††††† inventory of the estate of Isaac Elliott

393††††† sale of the estate of Susan Niton by administrator Wiilie B. H. Jones; buyers include Richard Blanton, H. G. Cherry, Osburn Moore, James J. Jones, W. H. Coleman, J. C. Ingram, Eli Rumfelt, W. Aaron, Elisha Dawson, Calvin Whitfield, Thomas Buckingham, John Hinson; returned to Dec. term 1839

393††††† settlement with Louisa L. Brinson, administratrix of Jesse A. Brinson; 10 Sep 1839, returned to Dec. term 1839

394††††† settlement with Theodore S. Scarborough, administrator of John Scarborough; 3 Oct 1839

395††††† settlement with Theodore S. Scarborough, administrator of Ephraim Gatlin

396††††† guardian's return for Whitmill P. Scarborough, heir of John Scarborough, by guardian Theodore S. Scarborough; 3 Oct 1839

396††††† William C. Lewis, Thomas W. Lewis, William L. Dunbar, guardian bond for James M. Lewis, minor orphan of Judith Lewis; 2 Dec 1839

397††††† will of Mathew Morgan:wife Elizabeth Morgan, son Joseph Morgan, daughter Martha Marshall, Elizabeth Mero(?), wife of William Mero(?), daughter Sarah Lee, daughter Jane Milam, daughter Mary Biggs, daughter Patience Smith, daughter Agnes Chambers, daughter Levina Gately, stepson Robert Parker, stepdaughter Patsy Parker; mentions farm bequeathed to wife Elizabeth; executor is friend Benjamin Herndon; wit:William Fuqua, Isaac Moss; written 17 Oct 1839, proven Dec. term 1839

398††††† Benjamin Herndon, Thomas Payne, James W. Williams, William C. Jones, administratorís bond for Mathew Morgan; 2 Dec 1839

399††††† settlement with Louisa L. Brinson, guardian for the heirs of Jesse A. Brinson; 10 Sep 1839, returned Dec. term 1839

399††††† Polly Settle, James R. Hooks, Daniel J. Williams, Alexander A. Bagwell, Samuel Ross, Willie B. H. Jones, administratorís bond for Pendleton Settle; 2 Dec 1839

400††††† Allen J. Shemwell, Edward Boyd, Abithel Wallace, administratorís bond for William A. Clark; 2 Dec 1839

401††††† James Askew, Aaron A. Askew, David A. Askew, administratorís bond for Elisha Askew; 6 Jan 1840

402††††† guardian's return by John Randle, guardian for Susan A. Tayloe and Sarah A. E. Tayloe; returned Jan. term 1840

402††††† inventory and sale of the estate of John Biggs; buyers include William Carr, Joseph Pinner, Joel Biggs, B. Degrafenreid, James Ross, Alexander Cobb, Richard Hendon, John Wallace, John Pinner, James Hester, Allen Elliott, David Griffin, William B. Martin, W. H. Ellis, Jonathan Elliott, Edmond Whitehead, James Keeton, Margaret Fletcher, A. J. Carr, Samuel Kenady, George Wall, Oren Tucker, James Wallace; sale 12 Dec 1839, returned Jan. term 1840

403††††† inventory of money and notes of the estate of Mathew Morgan by administrator Benjamin Herndon; 6 Jan 1840

404††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Matthew Morgan; buyers include Cader Biggs, Thomas W. Gately, Elizabeth Morgan, Mary White, James Williams, A. Brigham, James Barnes, William Fuqua, J. B. Geurin, Walter Boswell, Martha Marshall, Benjamin Herndon, Orvil Champion, William Bruton, Benjamin Champion, Asa Scarborough, Jethro Bass, James Caldwell, J. T. Bailey, Ira Olive, John Whitford, John Gardner, Charles D. Fuqua, Elizabeth Futrell, Aaron Culberson, Joseph Morgan, James Chambers, James Cook, Willis Morgan, A. Phillips, James Blount, John Milam, Samuel Bruton, George Gatlin, Robert Parker; returned Jan. term 1840

406††††† guardianís return by C. C. Clements, guardian for William T. Moore; 6 Jan 1840

406††††† Philander Priestly, Chairman of the County Court, indentures Henry Gray, age 12, to William T. Western; security:Abithel Wallace; 6 Jan 1840

407††††† William T. Western, Abithel Wallace, post bond on behalf of Fanny Gray and her children Cassandra, Joseph, Henry, Martha, Mary and Evelina; Simon Gray had requested the emancipation of Fanny and her children at November Court 1834, but had failed to execute a bond before his death; T. S. Scarborough filed another petition in Chancery Court at Charlotte, which was accepted on condition of giving bond

407††††† Philander Priestly, Chairman of the County Court, indentures Mary Gray, age 9, to William T. Western; security:Abithel Wallace; 6 Jan 1840

408††††† guardianís settlement with Asa Yarborough, guardian for Samuel Yarborough, up to 1 Jan 1840; returned Feb. term 1840

408††††† guardianís settlement with Andrew Irwin, guardian for Margaret Turner; Feb. term 1840

409††††† guardianís settlement with Henry Weaks, guardian for Eliza Ann Weaks

409††††† guardian's return by John Randle, guardian for Sarah Ann Tayloe

410††††† guardian's return by John Randle, guardian for Susan A. Tayloe, heir of Benjamin Tayloe

410††††† guardianís settlement with Thomas G. Downs, guardian for Pryan Downs and David Downs, heirs of David Downs

411††††† administratorís settlement with Vaney Hamblett, administrator of John Hamblett

411††††† guardianís return by William Curtis, guardian for the minor heirs of Joel Mann; 5 Nov 1838

411††††† account of the notes of the estate of Henry D. Bird by administrator William Cook

412††††† James Sutherland, Franklin W. Faucett, James Y. Kennedy, administratorís bond for John Irvin; 3 Feb 1840

413††††† John L. Smith, R. M. Smith, H. Edwards, guardian bond for Sarah J. Drake, minor orphan of James F. Drake; 3 Feb 1840

413††††† additional return of Joseph Champion by administrator Joel Biggs; 3 Feb 1840

414††††† additional inventory of John F. Weaks by administrators J. C. Ingram and Delila Weaks; 3 Feb 1840

414††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Pendleton Settle by administrators Mary Settle and J. R. Hooks; 14 Dec 1839

415††††† will of George Petty:wife Lydia Petty gets house and lot in Dover, son John H. Petty, boarder Nancy Stokes (under 18), granddaughter Eliza Ann Colson, daughter Nancy Polk, daughter Sally Mallory, daughter Catharine Petty, daughter Eliza Lashley, daughter Jane McGowan, daughter Prianna Bruton, daughter Rachael Boyd (wife of John A. M. Boyd), daughter Betsy Colson (wife of Benjamin K. Colson); executor is son John; wit:James Lee, Brunson Bayliss, P. Priestly; written 8 Jan 1838, proven March term 1840

417††††† John H. Petty, administratorís bond for George Petty; 2 Mar 1840

418††††† Josiah Askew, James Askew, Aaron Askew, guardian bond for John Askew, minor of Elisha Askew; 2 Mar 1840

418††††† John L. Smith, L. D. H. Findley, Henry Edwards, guardian bond for Sarah Jane Drake, minor orphan of James F. Drake; 2 Mar 1840

419††††† Mark Rushing, Nelson Crosswell, Neil McDowell, guardian bond for John Rushing, William Rushing, Richard Rushing, Mary Ann Rushing, J. Rushing, minor orphans of Clement Rushing; 2 Mar 1840

419††††† Samuel Ross, Nathan G. Morris, Willis Manning, W. M. Manning, guardian bond for Thomas Jackson, Martha Jackson, Nancy Jackson, minor orphans of James Jackson; 2 Mar 1840

420††††† division of the Negroes of Thomas Lightfoot to heirs David Daniel, Fletcher Ellis, John Randle (guardian of Thomas Lightfoot); half of David Danielís portion belongs to William P. Dawson; 7 Feb 1840

420††††† account current of Howell Harris

421††††† sale of the estate of Judith Lewis by administrator John Parchment; buyers include James Lewis, William C. Lewis, William Dunbar, Uriah Tyson, Lemuel Bowers, George Shuff, Thomas W. Lewis, William Throgmorton, Henry Edwards, L. C. Breeden, Jesse Dowdy, John Mathis, W. Curtis, John Parchment, Gabriel Davis, James Y. Stanfield, James S. Bowers, Travis Bowers, William Rye, James Dillon, Levi Mires, James Wilson, James Rushing, John H. Sugg, John H. Marable, James Breeden, Robert Walker, John Breeden, James C. Powers, William R. Williams, George W. Stanfield, W. W. Outland, Stephen Mundy, Cannon Weaver; returned March term 1840

422††††† guardianís return by John Pinner, guardian for Mary E. Cooper; returned March term 1840

423††††† sale of the estate of Elisha Askew by administrator James Askew; 24 Jan 1840

424††††† guardianís return by Nathan Skinner, guardian for Sarah Etheridge, up to 1 Jan 1840; 26 Feb 1840

425††††† guardianís return by Brunson Bayliss, guardian for William T. S. Bayliss and Martha Emily Ann Bayliss

425††††† guardianís return by Willis Manning, guardian for Polly M. Luton

425††††† guardianís return by Josephus Outland, guardian for Alsey Outland

425††††† guardianís return by Willis Manning, guardian for Clement M. Luton

425††††† administratorís return by Mary Smith and James Smith, executors of Joseph Smith

426††††† guardianís return by Josephus Outland, guardian for Roda Outland

426††††† guardianís return by Josephus Outland, guardian for Josiah Outland

426††††† administratorís return by William Bailey, administrator of Larry Saterfield

426††††† inventory and sale of the estate of Thomas W. Lewis by administrator John Parchment; buyers include Joshua Breeden, Thomas W. Lewis, Jefferson Jamison, E. Riddles, James Lewis, Francis McCarroll, William C. Lewis, Anderson Newton, R. Walker, James Breeden, John Parchment, John Walker, W. Canady, J. A. W. Jackson, James C. Powers, Cannon Weaver, W. W. Outland, Thomas E. Dunbar, L. C. Breeden, Jesse Parchment, J. Hart Marable

427††††† division of Negroes of the estate of Elisha Askew to widow and heirs Ashley Askew, John Askew, Aaron Askew, Lemuel Askew, James Askew, George Askew, David Askew, Caswell Askew; 5 Feb 1840

428††††† yearís allowance for Sally Askew, widow of Elisha Askew; 24 Jan 1840

428††††† Charlotte Tayloe, William Miller, Henry Geurin, guardian bond for Mary P. M. Tayloe, minor orphan of John Tayloe; 2 Mar 1840

429††††† Abithel Wallace, John H. Mockbee, John N. Vollentine, Edward Boyd, John James, N. G. Morris, W. B. Cherry, sheriff's bond; 6 Apr 1840

429††††† Abithel Wallace, John H. Mockbee, John N. Vollentine, Edward Boyd, John James, N. G. Morris, W. B. Cherry, collector's bond for county taxes for two years from the first Saturday of March 1840; 6 Apr 1840

430††††† John James, Abithel Wallace, Solomon K. Vollentine, Nathan G. Morris, county trusteeís bond for two years from the first Saturday of March 1840; 6 Apr 1840

430††††† John James, Abithel Wallace, Solomon K. Vollentine, Nathan G. Morris, bond Common School money, for two years from the first Saturday of March 1840; 6 Apr 1840

431††††† William L. Dunbar, William Dunbar, James Wilson, constable bond for District 1; 6 Apr 1840

431††††† John R. Elkins, James Sutherland, constable bond for District 2; 6 Apr 1840

432††††† William H. Ellis, Frederic H. Clark, Ira Ellis, John Frasier, constable bond for District 3; 6 Apr 1840

433††††† Nathan G. Morris, Abithel Wallace, Samuel Ross, John James, constable bond for District 4; 6 Apr 1840

434††††† John M. McMillon, Hugh McMillon, David Irwin, John H. Mockbee, constable bond for District 5; 6 Apr 1840

434††††† Edward J. Ellis, Thomas T. Watson, Joshua Cobb, Marinus Stacker, William Ellis, William Hagler, constable bond for District 6; 6 Apr 1840

435††††† William R. James, John James, Abithel Wallace, John Kercheval, constable bond for District 7; 6 Apr 1840

435††††† George W. Sexton, Burton Sexton, John Runnales, constable bond for District 9; 6 Apr 1840

436††††† James W. Smith, William Webster, Alexander M. Wall, Christopher C. Clements, constable bond for District 7; 6 Apr 1840

436††††† James W. Williams, Samuel Ross, Benjamin Herndon, Philander Priestly, constable bond for District 8; 6 Apr 1840

437††††† Abner Johnson, James O. Shackleford, Abithel Wallace, William B. Cherry, William C. Jones, William H. Clark, Roderic McAuley, constable bond for District 10; 6 Apr 1840

437††††† Roderic McAuley, William B. Cherry, Hugh McMillon, constable bond for District 11; 6 Apr 1840

438††††† William Bailey, J. W. Williams, H. L. Atkins, entry takerís bond for four years; 6 Apr 1840

438††††† John Fraser, Martha M. Fraser, guardian for N. E. Fraser, John Fraser, T. L. Fraser, M. J. Fraser, M. B. Fraser and C. M. Fraser; 6 Apr 1840

439††††† will of William Kingston:detailed account of how his body is to be dressed and buried; heir is Samuel Kingston; executors are Jacob Shryock and William Lee; wit:J. H. Petty, B. Colson; written 28 Mar 1840

439††††† division of Negroes of the estate of Thomas W. Lewis to David O. Askew, Thomas Lewis, William C. Lewis, James Lewis; 24 Mar 1840

439††††† list of accounts and sale of the estate of George Petty, by administrator John H. Petty; buyers include Abithel Wallace, James W. Williams, Elisha Williams, William McGee, John H. Petty, Willis Whitford, D. C. Jones, Zachariah Broadway, Vincent Page, J. H. Mockbee, A. G. Wallace, William Etheridge, B. F. Broom, C. C. Clements, J. B. Bates, J. C. Ingram, James Smith, Jarred Crisp, Theophilus Stalls, T. M. Hale, Hiram Volentine, Jacob Shryock, William Boyt, A. Petty, W. B. Rutland, William Little; returned April term 1840

440††††† additional return of the estate of John F. Weaks

441††††† sale of the estate of John Irvin by administrator James Southerland; buyers include John A. Lee, James Southerland, W. R. Atkins, F. W. Faucett, James Kenedy, B. Sexton, Noah McGregor, J. R. Elkins, J. S. Davis; returned April term 1840

442††††† Hiram Volentine, Samuel Ross, Abithel Wallace, Solomon K. Volentine, county registerís bond for four years from the first Saturday of March1840; 6 Apr 1840

442††††† Samuel Ross, John Pinner, William C. Jones, A. J. Shemwell, William Webster, county surveyorís bond; 6 Apr 1840

443††††† Joel B. Acree, Henry L. Atkins, James Wimberly, guardian bond for Sarah Etheridge, minor orphan of David F. Etheridge; 4 May 1840

443††††† Jesse C. Ingram, W. H. Coleman, Delila Weaks, guardian bond for Ephraim P. Weaks, minor orphan of John F. Weaks; 4 May 1840

444††††† Sally McDaniel, Steel Sox & Co., administratorís bond for Duncan McDaniel; 4 May 1840

445††††† will of George Cathey Sr.:son John Cathey, son Archibald Cathey, son George Cathey, daughter Rebekah Kirksey, granddaughter Lucinda Baker, grandson Archibald Kirksey; executors are sons John and George; wit:James Chambers, Thomas W. Gately; written 31 Mar 1840

446††††† Jesse C. Ingram, William H. Coleman, Delila Weaks, guardian bond for James H. Weaks, minor orphan of John F. Weaks; 4 May 1840

446††††† John Cathey, George Cathey, William McAuley, Josiah Askew, administratorís bond for George Cathey; 4 May 1840

447††††† Thomas Wyatt, William Garrison, James Wyatt, guardian bond for Lina Bird and Elizabeth Bird, minor oprhans of Henry D. Bird; 4 May 1840

448††††† Jesse C. Ingram, William H. Coleman, Delila Weaks, guardian bond for Nancy C. Weaks, minor orphan of John F. Weaks; 4 May 1840

448††††† Jesse C. Ingram, William H. Coleman, Delila Weaks, guardian bond for Polly J. Weaks, minor orphan of John F. Weaks; 4 May 1840

449††††† Jesse C. Ingram, William H. Coleman, Delila Weaks, guardian bond for Parasade E. Weaks, minor orphan of John F. Weaks; 4 May 1840

449††††† Jesse C. Ingram, William H. Coleman, Delila Weaks, guardian bond for William C. Weaks, minor orphan of John F. Weaks; 4 May 1840

450††††† inventory of the estate of George Cathey

451††††† Joshua Ward, Benjmain Ward, James Scarborough administratorís bond for John Garrison; 1 June 1840

452††††† settlement with J. C. Ingram and Delila Weaks, administrators of John F. Weaks; returned to June term 1840

452††††† settlement with John R. Acree, guardian for the heirs of John W. Hereford (Mary Ann Hereford, John W. Hereford, Virginia Hereford, Angeline Hereford, Elizabeth Hereford, Rambler Hereford), and guardian for Henry Luton; returned to June term 1840

453††††† inventory of Duncan McDaniel by executrix Sally McDaniel; 30 May 1840

453††††† sale of the estate of George Cathey by administrators John Cathey and George Cathey; buyers include John Barnes, John Cathey, Josiah Askew, Paton S. Cook, Kader Biggs, William Bell, Travis Daniel, Samuel McGee, Barnabas Gross, John Neighbours, Benjamin Collier, Thomas Wyatt, John S. Wyatt, George Cathey, Warrick H. Felts, Elbert Thompson, Stephen Mobley, William Gaddy, John Kirksey, William H. Rushing, James Raines, William King, Thomas Gately, Thomas Milam, Lewis Moore, John C. Wyatt, H. L. Atkins, James Yarborough, James Higgs, Benjamin Bird, Benjamin M. Ellis, Prigion Manning, Oliver Thompson, Simeon Nichols, John H. Hogan

455††††† settlement with Henry L. Wall, guardian for Mary King, Elizabeth King; June term 1840

456††††† settlement with Henry L. Wall, guardian for Charles Ann R. King; June term 1840

456††††† settlement with Mary Bradford, guardian for William C. Bradford; June term 1840

456††††† settlement with John Summers, guardian for Charles S. Summers; June term 1840

456††††† settlement with Zachariah Wyatt, guardian for the heirs of Benjamin Bell; June term 1840

456††††† settlement with George R. Outlaw, guardian for Elizabeth G. Bartee; June term 1840

457††††† settlement with John Parchment, administrator of Thomas W. Lewis; June term 1840

457††††† settlement with John Parchment, administrator of Judith Lewis; June term 1840

457††††† settlement with John Randle, guardian for Nancy Lightfoot; June term 1840

457††††† settlement with John Randle, guardian for Sarah Ann Tayloe; June term 1840

458††††† settlement with John Randle, guardian for Susan A. Tayloe; June term 1840

458††††† settlement with James R. Randle and Charlotte Tayloe, administrators of John Tayloe; June term 1840

458††††† settlement with Mrs. Sarah Dunbar, guardian for Adaline Dunbar, Sarah Dunbar, Samuel Dunbar; June term 1840

458††††† settlement with Louisa L. Tompkins, formerly Louisa L. Brunson, administrator of Jesse A. Brunson; 6 Jul 1840

459††††† Samuel N. Kingston, Jacob Shryock, administratorís bond for William Kingston; 6 Jul 1840

460††††† Sally Ann Scarborough, Elizabeth Gatlin, James W. Williams, guardian bond for Mitchell J. Scarborough and Maranda Clementine Scarborough; 7 Jul 1840

460††††† sale of the estate of David Craft by administrator John Parchment; buyers include Lewis Miars, Nancy Lewis, James Breeden, Thomas Dunbar, William K. Williams, William C. Lewis, Nancy Craft, John Parchment; returned to June term 1840

461††††† sale of the estate ofJoel Jones by administrator James Jones