Probate Minutes - Volume A-1


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State of Texas The Probate Court of sd [said] County Decr. Term A. D. 1862.

Collin County Report of the sale of property belonging to the Estate of THOMAS ADAMSON, Decd., since filing an exhibit Nov. Term A. D. 1861, I have sold the following property of sd [said] estate at public auction viz: all for cash.

 

1 mule estray to

D. J. Franklin

$53.25

1 red cow estray to

J. H. Wash

3.00

 

Together with the following articles sold at private sale viz:

 

27 gal crockeryware

To Larkin Adamson

5.65

13 gal crockeryware

To Perry E. Wilson

2.60

16 gal crockeryware

To T. J. Hart

2.60

6 gal crockeryware

To G. Steinbaugh

2.80

2 jars crockeryware

To John Rowland

.50

1 jar crockeryware

To Jane Rue

.40

2 gal crockery

To Jas. Wash

.40

Sundries

To John Wilson

8.00

Lumber

To P. R. Hutchinson

1.00

13 gal crockware

To G. Steinbaugh

2.60

1 red cow

To Larkin Adamson

10.00

Two feather beds

To J. N. Dickson

25.00

7 gal crockware

Mrs. Maxwell

1.40

1 pr. bridle bits

A. Jones

1.50

Quinine

T. J. Hart

1.75

1 Beef Steer

W. A. Philips

23.00

1 goods box

P. F. Hutchison

1.00

1 goods box

Tob Weeden

1.00

24 gal crockware

Mary Ann Johnson

4.80

1 book

Mary Ann Johnson

2.00

 

 

154.45

 

All of which I respectfully submit & ask the Court to approve Dec 29th 1862.

Cunningham Adamson, Admr. estate THOMAS ADAMSON, dec.

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me Dec. 29th 1862.

A.      T. Robertson, C. J. C. C.

 

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Community Property of M.[Michael] MALLOW & his surv. wife.

 

Bill of appraisement of the Community property of the Estate of M. MALLOW decd.

& CHARLOTTE MALLOW his wife.

 

1 gra[y] horse

$25.00

1 lot of plows

$55.00of plowssement of the Community property of the Estate of M. MALLOW viz: all for cash.

an exhibit Nov. Term A. D. 1861,is

1 sorrel mare

150.00

1 lot of plow gear

20.00

1 yellow horse

125.00

2 sythes (scythes)

and one cradle

6.00

1 bay horse

130.00

1 lot of weeding hoes

3.00

1 bay mare

95.00

1 lot of farming tools

10.00

1 black mare pony

75.00

2 large kettles

10.00

1 sorrel 2 year old colt

70.00

1 lot of wheat 150

bu[shels] at $3.00

450.00

1 bay 2 year old colt

50.00

1 negro woman name

Patience

150.00

1 yellow yearling colt

25.00

1 negro girl name

Artemecy

500.00

1 yoke of work cattle

25.00

1 rifle gun

15.00

1 work steer

60.00

1 – 8 day clock

10.00

1 yoke of work cattle

50.00

1 bed & trimmings

and stead

25.00

 

1 work steer

20.00

1 bed & trimmings

and stead

25.00

3 steers at 15 dollars

each

45.00

1 falling leaf table

10.00

25 head stock cattle 6 dollars

150.00

250 acres of land at $12 per acre

3000.00

39 head stock hogs

80.00

 

 

36 head of sheep at 3 dollars

108.00

 

 

1 carriage and

harness

175.00

 

 

1 lot of corn

900.00

 

 

1 lot of hay

50.00

 

 

1 reaper and mower

150.00

 

 

1 wagon

100.00

 

 

1 log chains

10.00

 

 

 

We the undersigned appraisers appointed to appraise the Community property of MICHAEL MALLOW deceased and his surviving wife certify that the foregoing is a fair & full valuation of the same this 20th Decr. 1862.

Lewis Sherly

John Fitzhugh

Jonathan Allen

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 20th day of Decr. 1862.

Buford Henry Clerk Co. Ct. Collin Co. Texas.

 

This following is a list of notes and claims of Community of myself and deceased husband Mr. Mallow

 

One receipt of J. L. Head for Power of Atty. executed by H. B. Stodard

$50.00

One note E. R. Stiff executed to W. A. Williams

25th day of Decr 1861 for bearing 12 percent interest from maturity note 12 months after date

191.00

One note on David Stiff due April 27 – 1861 for drawing 12 per cent or by $35 June 28th 1861

88.81

One note on E. D. Bomar due 17th Sept 1860

12 per cent interest Cr by $50 Janry 8th 1861

75.00

One note on John L. Lovejoy due Decr 22, 1860 12 per cent inst Cr March 20 – 1860 $30 Jany 8th 1861 $10

43.00

One note on Ricd James due 17 April 1861

45.00

 

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One note Wm. Orenduff due Novr 5 – 1860

12 per cent inst for

$100.00

One note of G. S. Fitzhugh due 26th June 1861

for

41.87

One note on Wm Fitzhugh due Novr 3d 1860

12 per cent inst for

100.00

One on same [Wm Fitzhugh?] due April 24th 1862

31.50

Account against A. C. Lacy

62.25

 

 

I certify that the foregoing inventory of property and claims of the Community Estate of M. MALLOW decd and myself includes all of said estate that has come to my knowledge there may be some amount in the list of notes that belongs to minor heirs of ALDERSON MALLOW decd this 20th Decr. 1862.

Charlotte Mallow

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 20th day of Decr. 1862.

Buford Henry Clerk Co. Ct. Collin Co., Texas.

 

 

Inventory and appraisement of the Community property belonging to the Estate of WM. MILLICAN and REBECCA MILLICAN possessed by them at the time of the death of the said Rebecca made in obedience to an order of the probate Court of Collin County at it Decr. Term. 1862.

 

274 acres of land worth $4 per acr.

$1096

1 horse worth

30

2 yoke of oxen worth $50 each

100

2 cows and calves worth $15 each

30

25 hogs

40

1 set of irons for wagon

25

1 plough (plow) and set of gearing

20

Sundry tools

25

1 grind stone & saw (cross)

11

Beding (bedding)

40

Kitchen furniture

20

1 clock

12

 

$1449

 

The above list is complete of said property and the appraisement fair and full of all of said property that come (sic) to our knowledge made by us Decr. 29 – 1862.

 

J. J. Flannery

R. B. Higgins

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 29th day of Decr. 1862.

 

List of claims against the estate of WM & REBECCA MILLICAN

 

1 note to J. F. Smith

$65.00

One note to Cruse

$12.00

One to F. Mullican

$23.75

One note to J. A. Dry

40.00

One acpt to Rochard

10.00

Total

243.75

1 note to J. S. Robinson

83.00

1 Dr. Patter-

son

10.00

 

 

 

 

Wm. Millican upon oath states that the above & foregoing is a full and complete list & inventory of the property & claims of the Community estate of himself & his deceased wife REBECCA MILLICAN.

 

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Sworn to and subscribed before me Decr. 29th 1862.

A.      T. Robertson, C. J. C. C.

 

 

Inventory of the Estate of J. J. DICKSON, Decd.

 

To the Hon. Chief Justice, County of Collin,

The undersigned would herewith file an inventory of the Estate of J. J. DICKSON decd in compliance with order of your Court.

 

Separate Estate of J. J. DICKSON

 

1168 acres W.Bundell Fannin Co. valued at

$3500.00

333 1/3 acres B. Bland, Collin Co. valued at

650.00

 

Community Property

 

1069 acres Patsey Kitchens Grayson Co. valued at

1000.00

320 acres Wm. Hart Jack Co.

320.00

214 acres Wm Ryan Collin Co.

1500.00

26 1/3 acres S. M. Farland

150.00

96 3/10 acres S. A. M. R. R. Co. Collin (on little

Elm)

100.00

800 acres Burnett N. D. Red River Co.

800.00

320 acres J. J. Dickson assignee of Seabourn & Clements Collin

750.00

These lands are J. J. Dickerson’s share of

Undivided lands owned by him & J. W.

Throckmorton:

 

320 acres Heirs of John Bringles Grayson [Co.] valued

320.00

52 ½ acres Joseph Boils Cook Co.

100.00

52 ½ acres Joseph Boils Collin Co.

300.00

103 acres Calvin B. Emons Denton [Co.]

100.00

320 acres Williams Denton [Co.]

320.00

4 head horses valued at

300.00

10 head of cattle

70.00

Miscellaneous property

500.00

 

N. B. One half of the late office and books of decd. sold to Jno. C. Easton for 160 acres of the above mentioned 320. J. J. Dickson assignee of Seabourn & Clements sold by executor and the residence and two lots sold by executor for $1750.00 invested as part payment for a homestead for family near Clarkville.

We find the negroes to be the separate property of Mrs. Dickson.

The valuations placed on the property has been made for gold and silver prices.

There is one mortgage for $1500.00 on the late farm of A. H. Martin $1500.00.

We find Mr. Dickson was security for A. H. Martin for $500.00…

 

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…to one person, or at least is sued as a security and has paid a judgment for some 300 for said

A. H. Martin for which he was security which judgment is transferred to Dickson 300.00.

There are notes and accounts due the late firm of Dickson & Throckmorton but for the largest portion for unfinished business and as such of it will be turned over to other parties it is impossible to ascertain anything like the approximate value there (sic) notes & accounts however have been scheduled & copies furnished the executors of the estate. The foregoing is as correct as our means of information will enable us to make it of the Value and consideration of sd [said] estate all of which is respectfully submitted.

 

J. W. Throckmorton

M. R. Parrish

 

Sworn and subscribed before me this 9th day of January 1863.

 

 

Inventory and appraisement of the property of SAML. WALL decd.

 

Land tract No. 1 containing 81 acres $5

405.00

Land tract No. 2 containing 10 acres $5

50.00

1 cooking stove

40.00

2 brass kettles

25.00

1 pot 2 oven 1 skillet 2 tea kettles

10.00

3 buckets

3.00

2 shovels

3.00

1 dirt shovel

1.25

1 spinning wheel

5.00

7 chairs

5.25

3 wash tubs

6.00

2 clocks

30.00

6 boxes

9.00

1 lot books

20.00

2 looking glass

2.00

1 medicine Morton

2.00

1 lot table ware

5.00

3 beds 7 beding (bedding)

120.00

1 plow 1 ax 1 hoe

12.00

1 iron square

1.00

1 chizels (chisels)

3.50

1 lot plains (planes)

6.00

1 hand saw

4.00

1 set harness

20.00

1 steel yard

1.50

 

 

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1 black mare

$60.00

1 bay mare

100.00

1 Mewl (?)

60.00

1 bay mare

75.00

1 brown cow & calf

15.00

1 mewly (?) cow & calf

15.00

1 dun cow & calf

10.00

1 Ox

25.00

 

 

1 promissory note on Martin Snider

72.00

1 due bill on Thomas Martin

38.75

1 promissory note on Benjamin Shirts of Ohio

42.75

1 note on Thomas Morton

13.50

1 note on Benjamin Shirts of Ohio

73.00

1 note on Benjamin Shirts of Ohio

130.00

 

We do solemnly swear that the within and foregoing is a true inventory and appraisement of the property of SAMUEL WALL, decd. so far as the same has come to our knowledge.

A. S. Talkington

Charles Rector

Martin Snider, Admr.

of the Estate of SAML. WALL.

 

I would further state that there are three wagons and two teams, also some cattle and 50 cares of land in Denton County which will be returned by inventory so soon as they can be seen.

 

Martin Snider.

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th day of Jany. 1863.

 

Page 279

 

Inventory of the property sales of the Estate of JESSE TURNER deceased Collin County, Texas, Jany 13th, 1863.

 

W. B. Stephenson Bot

1 Log Chain at

$2.30

W. B. Stephenson Bot

1 Log Chain at

7.00

W. B. Stephenson Bot

1 Log Chain at

4.00

J. J. Bearden Bot

1 pr stretchers

1.75

J. J. Bearden

1 pr stretchers

1.00

W. B. Stephenson

1 lock chain & stretcher

4.50

Wm. Spurgen

1 shovel plow & sundries

2.10

J. J. Bearden

1 Grub Hoe

3.25

Wm. M. See

1 pr harness

.60

Wm. Murphy

1 lot harness

.75

Saml. Getton

1 saddle

6.20

Thos. Martin

1 grind stone

6.25

Thos. Martin

1 double tree

1.75

Thos. Martin

1 plow

7.00

J. J. Bearden

1 plow

10.25

P. A. Bozarth

1 reaper

170.00

Wm. Sachse

1 thresher

426.00

Mrs. Mary Turner

1 wagon

25.00

J. Housewright

1 wagon

51.00

J. W. Maxwell

1 Fan

20.00

B. M. Bell

1 lock chain

4.00

J. J. Bearden

1 yoke oxen

100.00

P. A. Bozarth

1 steer

25.50

Mrs. P. Turner

1 cow

10.00

P. M. Stacy

1 steer

16.00

W. Poindexter

1 cow

17.00

J. Poindexter

1 cow

20.00

P. A. Bozarth

1 cow & calf

23.00

J. W. Gum

1 calf

5.50

J. Housewright

1 sythe

1.80

Mrs. M. Turner

5 bee hives

10.00

 

Wm. Murphy

Subscribed and sworn to before me Jany. 27th, 1863.

A. T. Robertson, C. J. C. C.

 

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To the Hon. County Court of Collin County,

We the undersigned appraisers appointed to appraise the property of the Estate of HENRY COOK decd. do make this our report of the same.

 

Viz Three head of horses valued at

$350.00

& Forty head of stock a[t] $9

360.00

 

710.00

 

Amounting to seven hundred & ten dollars.

This Feby. 26th, 1863.

C. M. Fox

Hugh N. Thompson

 

The above report was sworn to before me the day and date above written.

L. Butler, J. P. for Collin Co., Texas.

 

 

Account of Sale of personal property Estate of G. H. COPANING, Decd.

 

I beg leave to submit the following report of the sail [sale] of property belonging to the Estate of G. H. COPANING decd. to your Honor A. T. Robertson Chief Justice of Collin County, Texas, said property sold according to a decree of said Court on the 20th day of Decr. 1862 for cash in hand to wit:

 

Ben Franklin Dr. To

1 three year old steer

$15.00

1 steel square

1.00

 

James Heath

1 cow & calf & yearling

12.00

1 lot stock hogs $2

2.00

1 claybank horse $25

25.00

1 Two horse wagon $50

50.00

1 saddle 2.25

2.25

1 ladys (ladies’) saddle $15

15.00

2 head cattle 6 ½

13.00

 

D. E. Huston

One sorrel horse

80.00

 

William Heath

1 set plains (planes?) 4.50

4.50

 

S. P. Jones

2 steers

15.00

 

234.75

Cr. by Cash paid for crying $3

3.00

 

$231.75

 

J. L. Largent, Admr.

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 26th day of Jany. 1863.

Buford Henry Clerk Co. Court Collin Co., Texas.

 

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In the name of God, Amen. I, WILLIAM DAVIS, of the County of Collin and State of Texas being weak of body but sound in mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of this moral state of existence, do make this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made, I will to my beloved wife, ELIZABETH DAVIS, after the payment of all my just debts all my property both real and personal which consists of the following property, to wit:

One hundred and sixty eight acres of land situated in the County of Collin and State of Texas being the certain tract upon which I now reside and described as follows: Beginning at the N W corner of a 164 acre survey made in the name of the heirs of McKinze Wilhite, Thence South 80 chains, Thence East 21 chains to the S W corner of a 40 acre tract owned by Isaac A. Farris, Thence West 21 chains to the place of beginning. Also one other tract containing 80 acres situated on the waters of Little Elm in Denton County being a part of the Headright of George Jay, the metes and bounds of which are particularly set forth in a deed executed to me by Larkin Adamson and bearing March 245h 1860. The personal property consists of two head of horses and one mule about 18 head of cattle, a small lot of hogs 138 dollars in money, and all debts of whatever character due or coming to me, and all other property of whatsoever kind or character owned by me, I do hereby give and bequeath to my wife ELIZABETH DAVIS.

 

Given under my hand this 18th day of October 1862.

 

Signed in presence of

S. H. Wilson his

Turner Johnson William X Davis

mark

 

State of Texas

County of Collin This day personally appeared before me, A. T. Robertson, Chief Justice of Collin County, Turner Johnson, one of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing Will of WILLIAM DAVIS decd. and took and subscribed the following oath. I do solemnly swear that I am over the age of 14 years and was at the time of subscribing the foregoing will of WILLIAM DAVIS decd and that said WILLIAM DAVIS, decd., signed the same in my presence and in the presence of S. H. Wilson, and acknowledged the same to be his last will and testament.

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd day of February 1863.

A. T. Robertson, C. J. C. C.

 

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Inventory of the Community Property of J. R. GRAY & deceased wife.

 

To the Hon. County Court of Collin Count, Texas, the undersigned appraisers make the following their report of the appraisement of the Community Property of JOSEPH R. GRAY, and his deceased wife, OLIVIA, to wit:

 

Household and kitchen furniture

$99.00

One Iron and tools

22.00

½ of reaper

100.00

One wagon & harness

105.00

2 horses

85.00

16 head stock cattle

128.00

½ of 6 acres land (Wood lot)

15.00

160 acres of land preemption

1200.00

 

$1754.99

 

 

We the undersigned appraisers do solemnly swear that the foregoing is a fair appraisement of the Community Estate of JOSEPH R. GRAY and his deceased wife OLIVIA GRAY as shown us by said J. R. GRAY this March 31st 1863.

S. Bowlby

James Herndon

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 31st day of March 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk CCCC Texas

 

I, JOSEPH R. GRAY, do solemnly swear that the foregoing inventory contains a full list of all the Community Property of myself and deceased wife OLIVIA that has come to my knowledge this 31st March 1863.

Joseph R. Gray

 

Sworn to before me this 31st March 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

State of Texas

Collin County Inventory & Appraisement of the Community of the succession of CORNELIUS LEWIS decd. & his surviving widow RACHEL ELLEN LEWIS made in pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of sd. (said) County at its Feb. Term A. D. 1863 there being no separate property belonging to the Estate of sd. C. LEWIS decd.

 

Community Property

 

Item 1.

Ten acres of land situate[d] in sd County at $20 per acre

$200.00

Item 2.

One pony horse worth

100.00

Item 3.

One yoke of Oxen

25.00

 

 

325.00

 

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T. T. Bradley & Milton Wilkerson being duly sworn say that the above is a full & complete inventory & appraisement of the Community property of the estate of the above named parties.

Milton Wilkerson

T. T. Bradley

Sworn to and subscribed before me this Feby. 24th 1863

C. R. Breedlove, Notary Public Collin County, Texas

 

State of Texas

Collin County Rachel Ellen Lewis being duly sworn says that the only claim in favor of the estate of CORNELIUS LEWIS, decd. known to her is one of five dollars due by A. J. Taylor & that there are no claims against sd. Estate know to her & that within is a full and complete inventory & list of property & claims of the estate of the said LEWIS decd. that has come to his (sic) knowledge.

Mrs. R. E. Lewis

Sworn to & subscribed before me this Feby. 25th 1863.

C. R. Breedlove, Notary Public Collin County.

 

Inventory and appraisement of the property of WILLIAM DAVIS decd. and ELIZABETH DAVIS, his surviving partner.

 

Name of Property

Price

 

 

280 acres land $10 per acre

2800.

200 lbs Bacon at 50 per lb

100

80 acres timbered land $5.00

400

22 gallons Crockery ware

11

1 sorrel pony

100

 

 

3 head of hogs

15

Small pot

2.00

1 sorrel mare

200

3 barrels

6.00

1 sorrel mare

220

Wash Tub

5.00

1 sorrel horse

75

Loom

20.00

22 head of stock cattle

176

Saddle

10.00

35 b. corn at $4 per bush.

140

Saddle

2.00

1 prairie plow

30

Small Kegg

2.00

1 iron toothed harrow

16

Two hoes

4.00

Clevis

2

Grubing Hoe

2.00

Grind Stone

4

2 old axes

1.00

3 bee gums at 4 each

12

Ground auger

2.50

Two horse plow

15

Wash tub

4.00

Shovel plow

3

Single tree

1.00

Jack screw

1

Spade

1.50

Two horse plow & cleves

10

Churn

2.00

Shovel plow & cleves

4

Box

1.00

Two Horse wagon &

harness

150

5 log chains

20.00

Big Wheal

10

Work bench

5.00

Rece (?)

5

1 set carpenter’s tools

50.00

 

 

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Chop ax

$3.00

Large Box

$2.00

Large knife & G. Bar

5.00

4 bed spreads

60.00

Cupboard & Cup

Ware

50.00

2 bed spreads

40.00

F. Table & cover

11.00

2 crossed bard

blankets

24.00

Tin Ware

20.00

2 white blankets

20.00

Lot of sundries

2.00

2 colored blankets

24.00

Cooking utensils

16.00

2 white blankets

20.00

Shovel tongs &c

7.00

2 colored blankets

24.00

2 smothing (sic) irons

4.00

3 white blankets

18.00

Clock

10.00

1 bed quilt

30.00

Stand table & cover

3.00

1 bed quilt

20.00

8 chairs $1.00 each

8.00

1 bed quilt

15.00

3 sleighs $4 each

12.00

1 quilt $15. 1 quilt $15. 1 quilt $15

45.00

Loom Rathe

1.50

1 crossed bared

(barred?) blanket

10.00

2 oil cloth covers

10.00

6 quilts

34.00

Rifle gun &c

20.00

2 comforts

18.00

Book Case & Books

40.00

2 blankets

12.00

2 pine boxes

4.00

1 bed tick

2.00

Looking Glass

2.00

5 L. sheets 7 each

35.00

4 razors & fixtures

5.00

Lot of yarn

10.00

Door Latch

2.00

1 fiddle

5.00

One Trunk

5.00

2 satchels

4.00

Stand

1.50

Meal sack

1.00

One jar

2.50

3 umbrella

3.00

3 small boxes

1.50

1 bed cord

2.00

1 sugar stand

1.00

Stuyards (steelyards?)

1.00

Bed stead & furniture

75.00

Sundries

5.00

1 bed stead &

furniture

60.00

8 ¾ lb. bees wax

3.50

1 small bed stead &c

60.00

10 sacks

22.25

Bag of feathers

10.00

22 sacks

22.00

3 baskets

2.50

 

 

Window lights

3.60

 

 

One note on John

Ferb

15.00

 

 

Cash on hand

384.00

 

 

 

We do solemnly swear that the above and foregoing exhibit represents truly the valuation of the property both real and personal belonging to the estate of WM. DAVIS decd. and his surviving widow ELIZABETH DAVIS so far as the same has come to our knowledge.

 

Levin Routh

Martin S. Winn

T. A. Farris

her

Elizabeth X Davis, Executrix of the last

mark Will and Testament of

Wm. Davis, Decd.

 

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Inventory & appraisement of the property & estate of DANIEL BRADLEY, decd. made & returned by the undersigned appraisers appointed by the Probate Court of Collin Co. at its June Term A. D. 1862, separate property of sd. Daniel None (?) Community Property of said DANIEL & CATHERINE BRADLEY his wife.

 

Item 1.

One hundred & 8 acres of land

Valued at $7 per acre

756.00

Item 2.

10 acres valued at $6 per acre

60.00

Item 3.

22 ½ acres of land at $12 per

acre

270.00

Item 4.

One wagon at

100.00

Item 5.

One yoke of oxen at

50.00

Item 6.

One yoke of oxen at

40.00

Item 7.

One ox

20.00

Item 8.

Pony mare & yearling colt

60.00

Item 9.

Pony year old colt

25.00

Item 10

Cow & calf

15.00

Item 11

3 ox chains

10.00

 

 

1406.00

George F. Lucas & J. W. Kirby appraisers of said estate being sworn state that the above is a true inventory & appraisement of the community property of the estate of DANIEL BRADLEY decd. & CATHARINE BRADLEY, wife of sd. Daniel.

G. F. Lucas

his

J. W. X Kirby

mark

Sworn to & subscribed before me Feb. 20th, 1863.

C. R. Breedlove, Notary Public Collin County, Texas

 

State of Texas

Collin County CATHARINE BRADLEY wife of DANIEL BRADLEY decd. being duly sworn says there are no claims within her knowledge due to the Estate of the said Daniel & that the within inventory of the property of the said Daniel is a full & complete inventory & list of the community property of the said DANIEL BRADLEY decd. that has come to her knowledge.

Catharine Bradley

 

Sworn to & subscribed before me this March 7th 1863.

C. R. Breedlove, Notary Public, Collin County, Texas

 

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We the undersigned committee appointed by the Honorable Court of Collin County, Texas at the Jany. Term of 1863 to apprise the Community Property of JAS. R. RHEA, deceased, and his surviving partner submit the following report.

 

The homestead 100 acres at $25.00 per acre

2500.00

Seventy three acres timber & prairie situate[d] on the North side of Wilson’s Creek & being a part of the Crutchfield headright survey

500.00

Three Hundred 300 acres being a part of the George Horn headright survey

1800.00

Eighty acres timber & prairie situated on the south side of Wilson’s Creek & being part of the Crutchfield headright survey

1200.00

About 200 bushels wheat at five dollars $5.00 per bushels Confederate money

1000.00

6 bed(s) & bed cothes $40.00 each

240.00

4 bed steads a(t) $5.00

20.00

2 bed steads a $10.00

20.00

One 24 hour clock

13.00

Book Case

10.00

51 gal. stone ware

7.65

2 candle sticks

1.00

1 looking glass

2.50

1 clothe press

2.50

1 carpet

15.00

4 window curtains

3.00

1 trunk

1.50

Cubbard (cupboard) ware

15.00

8 chairs

4.00

1 looking glass

1.50

1000 lbs bacon a 15c

150.00

2 stoves 7 cooking vesels (vessels)

50.00

1 side saddle

10.00

30 bu. oats

30.00

2 casks

5.00

1 Can

1.00

1 big wheel

4.00

14 bee stands

28.00

1 ox wagon

125.00

1 spring wagon

50.00

1 reaper

100.00

2 stacks of oats

30.00

1 stack of barley

40.00

1 cutting box

5.00

30 bu. of corn

30.00

1 wagon

100.00

3 yoke oxen

150.00

4 log chains

8.00

2 sets harness

15.00

4 pairs gear

16.00

5 ploughs

25.00

 

 

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1 gray horse

50.00

1 bay mare and colt

150.00

20 head stock hogs

50.00

1 pair smoothing irons

1.00

1 brass kettle

4.00

20 lb. sugar

25.00

Confederate money on hand

768.25

Note on Samuel Guthrie

125.00

Note on Urich Smith

100.00

Account due the estate

35.00

About 300 head of stock cattle at 6 dollars per

head

1800.00

1 prairie plow

8.00

 

Indebtedness of the Estate

One note to Buller

$150.00

To Silas Yarnell

2.00

To S. W. Stinnett

2.00

 

The above named property is valued at prices in metallic currency except the wheat.

Stephen Jones

John W. Smith

Francis Dowell

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th March 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of WM. SIMMONS, decd.

 

State of Texas

County of Collin We the undersigned committee of appraisers submit the following as a true list of all the property belonging to the Estate of WILLIAM SIMMONS deceased that was found by us with the valuation thereto affixed according to the best of our judgment. Vise.

 

Three hundred & twenty acres of land

Homestead appraised at Eleven dollars per

acre

$3320.00

Also thirty acres of bruch (brush?) land on the

East Fork of the Trinity appraised to one

Dollar per acre

30.00

Twenty acres of lumber land on East Ford of

the Trinity appraised to six dollars per acre

120.00

Two mares appraised to two hundred dollars

each

400.00

One Filly 2 years old val. one hundred &

Twenty five Dol.

125.00

One Horse 2 years old val. one hundred

dollars

100.00

Two cows & calves ap. to twenty dol. each

40.00

Three cows ap. to fifteen do. each & five

Yearlings five dol. each

70.00

 

 

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One two horse Wagon & harness ap. to two

Hundred dol.

$200.00

Household furniture ap. to three hundred

dollars

300.00

Seven hogs ap. to one dollar per head

7.00

Cash notes on hand against Reubin Moore

1600.00

Cash on hand

30.00

 

Thos. J. Austin

Joseph Hearn

Josiah Foster

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me the 29th March 1863.

Benj. Price, J. P.

 

I, Jesse Brown do solemnly swear that the foregoing inventory contains a full and complete list of the Estate of WM. SIMMONS together with the claims in favor of said estate which have come to my knowledge this 6th day of April 1863.

Jesse Brown

 

Sworn to before me the undersigned this 6th day of April 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

 

List of property appraised by the undersigned appraisers

Belonging to the estate of E. M. YAGER decd. March 10th 1863.

 

1 set of china

$25.00

2 smoothing irons

$2.00

2 preserve stands & 1

sale set

3.00

2 wash tubs & 1 wash

board

2.00

3 milk pitchers

3.00

1 kitchen table

1.25

2 large dishes

2.00

1 Trunnel Bedstead

straw tick Blanket &

quilt

5.00

6 knives & 4 forks

1.50

1 feather bed straw

tick 1 Bolster

2 pillows 1 blanket

sheet comfort & quilt

45.00

10 knives & forks

6.00

4 pillows

7.00

½ doz. knives & forks

5.00

1 lounge & bed[d]ing

25.00

1 tin tea pot

1.00

1 small Brkfs Table

7.00

1 set table spoons

silver

25.00

1 spinning wheel

5.00

1 set desert spoons

plated

2.00

2 quilts 1 blanket & lot

row cotton

6.00

2 honey dishes & one

coffee pot

1.30

12 cotton sheets

30.00

2 com. bowls & 11

plates 1 pair turins

(sic)

3.75

2 cotton comforts

7.00

1 set of plates & 4

soup plates broken

1.00

3 blankets & 1 cotton

comfort

25.00

7 cups & 12 saucers

& 7 glass tumblers

2.75

2 white counterpains

(counterpanes)

10.00

11 wine glasses

1.25

1 large chest

2.00

2 peper (pepper)

boxes 4 cake cutters

& nutmeg grater

.50

15 pairs pillow slips

9.00

2 glass jars

1.00

1 Cotton’s atlas of the world

15.00

4 dishes 2 vegetable

dishes 1 pickle dish

5.00

1 rag comfort

7.00

1 lot empt(y) bottles

& 1 broken caster

2.50

1 feather bed straw

tick 1 quilt 2 sheets 2

pillows & Bolster

55.00

1 large tea water &

1 small

1.25

1 Monk’s Large map

5.00

1 bell mettle (metal?)

kettle

1.25

1 pair and irons

shovel & tongs

4.00

2 glass candle sticks

1.00

1 small stand table

2.00

1 water bucket &

1 tin bucket

2.00

1 safe

10.00

 

106.35

 

 

 

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1 feather bed & straw tick comfort coverlid

(coverlet?) & blanket & bed stede (stead)

$40.00

8 chains (chairs?) $8.00 & 4 old chains $2.00

10.00

1 cooking stove & apparatus

40.00

1 oven 1 skillet 1 tea kettle

3.50

2 large stone jars sifter & butcher knife

5.00

1 tin pan strainer & funnel

2.00

1 ladle trifit (sic) & coffee Mill

1.50

1 reel & safty (sic) fuse

5.00

45 gallons stone ware

11.00

1 emt. Barrel 1 ½ barrel & lot Emt. boxes

10.00

1 turning plow

10.00

1 shovel plow

5.00

1 cultivator

7.00

1 two horse wagon

125.00

1 pair geer (gear) & 2 bridles

10.00

5 gallons lard a(t) $2.40

12.00

1 lot bacon suppose 700 lbs a 30¢

210.00

1 sack salt

10.00

30 bushels wheat at $5.00

150.00

5 shoates

15.00

4 cows

76.00

5 yearlings

30.00

1 two year old

12.00

1-3 year old

20.00

148 acres of land a $15.00

2220.00

Sum total

$3448.80

 

L. W. Shepard

J. T. Huffman

P. W. Collier

 

Collin Cty Set

Texas This day personally appeared before the undersigned a Justice of the Peace for Precinct No. 5 P. W. Collier, L. W. Shepard, and James T. Huffman and after being duly sworn state that the above appraisement is correct and true to the best of their knowledge as given under my hand 23 Mar 1863.

J. P. Bowles, J. P. C. C.

 

The undersigned adms. of the Estate of E. M. YAGER, decd. would respectfully submit the following report of Cash on hand and claims due said estate.

 

Cash on hand

$45.00

One note on L. M. Stephens for $65.00 due

July 13th 1861

65.00

One note on W. E. Willis for $110 78/100 due

March 16th 1862 with credit endorsed on back

of note for $100 Oct. 17th 1862

110.78

One note on W. E. Powers for $55.00 due

March 1858

50.00

One note on W. E. Powers for $389.35 due

Dec. 29th 1857

389.35

 

B. S. Shelburn, Admr.

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th day of March 1863.

 

A. T. Robertson, C. J.

 

I hereby certify that the above list or inventory is all the community property belonging to the Estate of E. M. YAGER, decd. and SUSAN F. YAGER his wife that…

 

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…came into my hands as administrator of sd. Estate.

B. S. Shelburn, Administrator

 

Examined and approved April 27th 1863.

A. T. Robertson, C. J. C. C.

 

 

State of Texas

Collin County Inventory & appraisement of the separate estate of W. P. HIGHTOWER made in

Accordance with an order of the Probate Court of sd. County at its March Term A. D. 1863.

 

Separate Estate

 

Item: 1 Negro Man

Dan

Valued at $1000.00

1 wash kettle

$3.00

Item: 2 mules

Valued at 300.00

Cross cut saw

5.00

Item: 1 bay mare

Valued at 125.00

1 hand saw

1.50

Item: 1 horse colt

Valued at 70.00

1 wash tub

1.50

Item: 1 mare

Valued at 55.00

Brace & bits

7.00

Item: 1 black

Valued at 60.00

1 lot of tricks

3.00

Item: 1 wagon

Valued at 50.00

2 axes

2.50

Item: 1 yoke oxen

Valued at 60.00

2 harness & collar

3.00

Item: 1 ox

Valued at 25.00

1 gun

15.00

Item: 1 sorrel horse

Valued at 80.00

1 pistol

5.00

Item: 1 mare

Valued at 100.00

1 vehicle valued at

150.00

Item: 1 bay mare colt

Valued at 45.00

1 wagon

125.00

Item: 1 saddle

Valued at 12.00

1 bay mare

110.00

Item: 1 gun

Valued at 10.00

1 sorrel mare

90.00

Item: 2 beds & beding

(bedding)

Valued at 55.00

1 sorrel colt

55.00

Item: 2 trunks

Valued at 4.50

1 bay colt

45.00

Item: 1 looking glass

Valued at 3.00

12 pounds of lead

1.80

Item: lot delph ware

Valued at 3.50

Cooking utensils

3.00

Item: Saddle & table

Valued at 3.00

 

 

434 ¾ acres of land

situated in Collin

County

434.50

 

 

 

Made and returned by us this April 27th, 1863.

Jacob Routh

S. B. M. Fowler

 

State of Texas

Collin County Before me an acting Notary Public of sd. County personally appeared Jacob Routh & S. B. M. Fowler & being duly sworn stated that the foregoing list is a complete & full inventory & appraisement of the estate of W. P. HIGHTOWER decd. as shown to them by the administrator of sd. Estate.

In testimony whereof I hereto sign my name & affix my official seal this April 28th, 1863.

C. R. Breedlove, Notary Public Collin County, Texas

 

A list of claims due the estate of W. P. HIGHTOWER, decd.

 

One note on Hall & Thompson

$20.00

One Hand in gold

220.00

On Hand in confederate money

1165.00

 

This included all the claims the separate property & money belonging to the estate of W. P. HIGHTOWER decd. There is not community claims & no community money.

I certify under oath that the inventory hereto attached & this list are a complete inventory of the property…

 

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…& claims of the estate of W. P. HIGHTOWER, decd.

Myrtilla Hightower

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me April 28th, 1863.

C. R. Breedlove Notary Public, Collin County.

 

 

Community Estate of JOHN W. RHEA decd. and his surviving wife.

 

We the undersigned commissioners appointed to appraise the community property of J. W. RHEA, decd. and his surviving partner VERONICA T. RHEA appointed at the March Term 1863 of the Probate Court of Collin County, State of Texas report as follows:

 

250 head of sheep

a(t) $3

$750.00

1 dining table

$3.00

1 mare and colt

100.00

1 carpet

12.00

One dark gray horse

and colt

150.00

1 spinning wheel

5.00

One dark gray horse

3 years old

150.00

2 water buckets

.75

1 two year old colt

40.00

25 gallons stone ware

3.00

1 two year old mule

75.00

1 oven & lid

2.50

The wheels of a two

Horse wagon

30.00

1 set of chair(s)

2.50

199 2/3 bushels of

wheat Confederate

money

998.33 1/3

1 smoothing iron

1.00

Money on hand

confederae

853.50

1 small hatchet

.50

1 bay mare

100.00

Gold on hand

130.00

2 beds and bed

clothing

80.00

 

160.25

1 bedstead

10.00

 

3341.83

1 looking glass

2.00

 

$3512.08

1 small table

3.00

 

 

 

3341.83

 

 

 

One note of hand on James Jamison for eighty five dollars & eighty four cents given Feb. 4 – 1862 bearing ten per cent with a credit of 31.50.

 

J. W. Smith

Stephen Jones

 

Personally appeared J. W. Smith & Stephen Jones before me in open Court and made oath in due form of law that the foregoing is a fair and full valuation of the property named in the foregoing inventory this April 27th 1863.

Buford Henry Clerk Co. Ct. Collin County, Texas.

 

I VERONCIA RHEA surviving partner of JOHN W. RHEA decd do solemnly swear that the foregoing inventory contains a full list of all the community estate of myself and deceased husband that has come to my knowledge this 27th day of April 1863.

 

Veronica S. Rhea

 

Sworn to before the undersigned this 27th April 1863.

 

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

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The following is a partial inventory of the property of the Estate of CUNNINGHAM ADAMSON, deceased, there is other stock that is not yet got up out of the range which will be inventoried as soon as found. No money on hand.

 

Land 120 acres six

dollars per acre

$720.00

Bay 1 year old filly

$35.00

Waggon (wagon)

200.00

Bay 1 year old filly

35.00

Five yoke of steers

550.00

Yellow mare colt 1

year old

40.00

Six head of stock

cattle

75.00

Roan mare colt 1

Year old

35.00

Stock hogs 6 head 3

dollars each

18.00

Bay filly 1 year old

35.00

Brown mare and colt

100.00

Bay filly 1 year old

45.00

Two year old roan

horse

60.00

White filly 1 year old

45.00

Yellow paint mare &

colt

80.00

Bay horse

35.00

Grey colt two years

old

80.00

Bay filly 1 year old

45.00

Mare & colt cream

color

125.00

Roan Horse

45.00

Sorrel mare & colt

125.00

Black Mare

40.00

Grey mare

40.00

Brown filly

80.00

Grey filly

60.00

Black horse

85.00

Bay mare and colt

90.00

Gray filly

80.00

Bay mare and colt

125.00

Bay filly

85.00

Sorrel mare & colt

90.00

Bay filly

70.00

Roan mare & colt

100.00

Bay Mare

60.00

Bay paint mare

75.00

Roan Horse

60.00

Clay Bank mare

115.00

Yellow mare & colt

60.00

Bay Horse

100.00

Bay mare & colt

120.00

Gray Filly 2 years old

75.00

Bay mare & colt

120.00

Bay mare & colt

70.00

Bay filly

90.00

Bay Horse

75.00

Black mare & colt

125.00

Sorrel Mare

80.00

Bay filly 1 year old

50.00

Bay filly 2 years old

60.00

Bay mare 1 year old

35.00

Sorrel mare & colt

125.00

Yellow mare & colt

115.00

Blue paint mare & colt

75.00

Gray filly

100.00

Gray filly

80.00

Yellow filly 1 year old

55.00

Gray filly

90.00

Bay horse

40.00

Gray mare & colt

110.00

One Jack

350.00

Sorrel Mare

75.00

Gray stallion

400.00

Bay filly

75.00

Household & kitchen

furniture

55.00

 

This is all the separate property of C. Adamson decd. and there is not community property.

We the undersigned appraisers do solemnly swear that the foregoing appraisement is a full and fair appraised of the Estate of CUNNINGHAM ADAMSON as herein named.

 

James S. Robinson

J. C. Wilson

T. C. Weedin

 

Sworn to before me in open court, Mary 25th, 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk

 

I SUSAN ADAMSON do solemnly swear that the foregoing inventory contains partially the property belonging to the Estate of C. ADAMSON deceased, there is no notes or claims in…

 

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…favor of said estate.

her

Susan X Adamson

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Sworn to before me May 25th 1863

Buford Henry, Clerk

 

 

Estate of THOS. H. ADAMSON, Decd.

 

Cunningham Adamson Dr. to the Estate of T. H. ADAMSON on report of sale

filed 29th Oct. 1861

$1711.60

Do To report of sale filed on 29th Decr. 1862

154.45

Do First report additional

2.80

 

$1368.85

 

Credits to which he is entitled upon said reports

 

One note on Larkin Adamson

$474.00

One note upon J. B. Harbert

6.00

One note upon David Powell with credit of fifty dollars Balance due on principal

3.50

One note upon B. R. Burk

8.00

One note upon S. G. Adamson

8.50

One note upon P. E. Wilson

122.50

One note upon J. W. Rowland

73.80

One note upon T. F. Hart

257.30

Total Amt. of notes on hand

$953.60

In Acpt with said estate

 

Cash notes as per inventory worth

62.00

 

None of these notes have been collected and are as follows:

 

One upon Levi Adamson, One upon Larkin Adamson & one upon A. J. Lents and are returned.

 

Amt. paid out for said estate:

 

To Brown and Breedlove

50.00

To Jonathan C. Joslin

151.86

To S. H. Wilson upon acpt.

86.53

To S. H. Wilson upon note

60.35

To C. C. Pool for coffin

6.50

To A. T. Robertson

2.00

To W. L. Wilson

1.00

To W. A. Brown

.50

To Buford Henry

1.00

To War Tax

8.25

To State & County Tax

3.25

Total Amount as far as known

371.24

Amount collected

915.25

Amt. of said estate

1864.85

Amt. returned not collected

953.60

 

913.25

 

 

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Take from the amt. paid out

371.24

Balance on hand

554.01

Per cent upon money collected

45.75

Upon money paid out

18.55

Total Amount

$64.30

Which taken from

544.01

leaves a balance on hand

480.20

By voucher for services rendered by C.

Adamson

64.00

 

416.20

 

 

Probate Court

Collin County May Term A. D. 1863

 

Larkin Adamson Admr de bonis non of Estate of THOMAS ADAMSON decd. would state to Hon. A. T. Robertson that the paper hereto attached shows the effects recd. by him from the hands of Cunningham Adamson, decd. Adm. of THOMAS ADAMSON decd. which contains a complete expose of the conditions of said estate and he hereby makes said paper marked exhibit O his exhibit of the condition of sd. Estate as delivered to him.

 

From __ paper will be seen the notes due sd. estate not collected also that they amount to

$953.60

That he received from said Cunningham Adamson in Confederate Treasury Notes

416.20

 

He asks you Honor to pass upon sd. exhibit O & that the vouchers therein referred to be recd. & made vouchers in the Probate Court. Said exhibit contains a complete list of all the claims due sd. estate known to this administrator.

Larkin Adamson

 

Larkin Adamson being sworn says the facts stated herein are true to the best of his knowledge & belief.

C. R. Breedlove, Notary Public Collin Co., Texas

 

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Report of sale of the perishable property of the Estate of W. P. HIGHTOWER, decd. made after due and legal notice on the 15th inst. at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash in Confederate Treasure notes in accordance with an order of the Probate Court of Collin County at its April Term 1863.

 

One rifle Gun to Thomas Skelton

$9.00

1 saddle to W. Sheppard

17.00

1 Ox Wagon to G. W. Whitfield

191.00

1 yoke oxen to John Wainscot

100.00

1 ox to John Wainscot

32.00

1 mare & colt to W. Roling

250.00

1 sorrel colt to Jacob Routh

80.00

1 brown colt to W. Beverly

91.00

2 mules a span to Parson Wilkins

615.00

1 bay mare & colt to Jacob Routh

292.00

Total Amt.

1677.00

Myrtilla Hightower administratrix being sworn says that the above contains a current & complete list of article names of purchases & price of property of her intestate.

Mary 25th 1863.

Myrtillia Hightower

 

Sworn to & subscribed before me this May 25th 1863

C. R. Breedlove.

 

Inventory and Appraisement of the Community Property of the Estate of B. Y. HART decd. and SUSAN A. HART his surviving wife returned pursuant to an order of the Private Court rendered at its March Term 1863 to wit:

 

2 lots in the Town of

McKinney

Nos. 232 & 233

Blk. No. 62

$600.00

1 Cupboard

10.00

2 Lots (Nos.) 179 &

180 Blk. No. 38

80.00

1 cook stove

10.00

Part of Lot No. 24

300.00

5 chairs

5.00

Sundry Carpenter

tools

50.00

100 lbs. bacon

25.00

1 bbl. Pickled beef

12.00

1 pr. saddle bags

2.50

2 smoothing irons

skillets & hooks

2.50

1 tin shovel

1.00

1 bbl. soap

16.00

2 beds bedstead &

furniture

70.00

1 wash tub

1.00

1 Chest

4.00

100 lbs. lard

25.00

1 looking glass

1.00

30 lbs. sugar

7.50

1 spinning wheel &

real (?)

12.00

20 lbs. of cotton

5.00

1 wash pot

4.00

Rag Carpet

5.00

3 head cattle

25.00

Table ware

12.00

1 riffle (rifle) gun

20.00

1 square table

4.00

In Money

11.00

 

 

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The above list of said property is complete & the appraisement is fair and full of all said property that came to our knowledge made by us.

William B. Berge

W. D. Kennedy

 

Sworn to before me this 25th day of May 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk

 

List of claims against the Estate of B. Y. HART decd & SUSAN A. HART, to wit:

 

1 Note to I. D. Newsome

$122.50

1 Note to Dan Marshall

15.00

1 Acct. M. Bullion

12.00

1 Acct. A. Rhine

30.00

1 note W. B. & J. M. Benge

259.17

2 notes White & Harris

35.35

1 Acct. B. Henry

4.50

 

List of Claims in favor of the estate to wit:

 

2 notes against T. B. Henry

39.40

1 note against A. Madden

5.25

1 note against P. Nickles

17.77

Acct. against M. Bullion

20.00

Acct against W. B. Benge

88.00

 

Susan A. Hart states upon oath that the above and foregoing is a full and complete inventory and list of property and list of claims in favor of and against the estate of B. Y. Hart decd. and Susan A. Hart surviving wife.

 

her

Susan X Hart

mark

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 20th day of May 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk Co. Ct. Collin Co., Texas

 

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A list of Community property of S. J. JACKSON, deceased and his surviving wife appraised by D. Melton, Godfrey S. Bacus & C. E. Bush, April the 10th 1863.

 

1 yellow mare 11 years old

$150.00

1 iron gray mare 7 years old

175.00

1 horse colt 2 years old

100.00

1 horse colt 1 years old

80.00

1 horse work (sic) years old

100.00

7 head of stock cattle at

75.00

Household & kitchen furniture

150.00

20 bu wheat at 5 dollars per bu

100.00

3 head of hogs

14.00

2 head of sheep

10.00

2 old saddle

16.00

1118 ft. of inch plank at $4 per hund[red]

44.72

154 acres of land $12 per acre

1848.00

 

2862.72

 

David Melton

O. E. Bush

 

Personally appeared before me the undersigned David Melton & O. E. bush and in due form of law made oath that the foregoing is a fair and full valuation of the property named in the foregoing inventory this 29th day of April 1863.

Buford Henry Clerk Co. Ct. Collin Co., Texas

 

I SOPHRONA JACKSON surviving wife of S. J. JACKSON deceased do solemnly swear that the foregoing inventory contains a full list of all the community property of myself and deceased husband that has come to my knowledge except one set of wagons Irons worth about forty dollars this May 9th 1863.

her

Sophrona X Jackson

mark

 

Sworn to before me this May 9th 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk Co. Ct. Collin Co., Texas





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