Probate Minutes - Volume A-1


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Estate of JAMES HOWARD, Decd.

State of Texas In County Court Pertaining to Estates

Collin County July Term, 1863

 

To the Honl. Chief Justice of Collin County. The undersigned commissioners having been appointed by your honor to make partition and distribution of the Estate of JAMES HOWARD, deceased have discharged the duty assigned to them and submit the following report.

To ABAGIL FORMAN the mother of said deceased, we have allotted the one half of said Estate consisting of a negro girl named Sarah Jane about eleven years old and one hundred and eighty one dollars and thirty six cents in confederate money. The negro and money according to our valuations amounting to $981.36

The residue of said estate consisting of one hundred and sixty acres of land, balance on note of $145 39/100 dollars and 35 97/100 dollars in Confederate money we find incapable of division without manifest injury to Heirs named in the order to us directed the 160 acres of land we value at $800.00 balance on not $145.39 confederate money $35.97 amounting to$981.36.

 

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B. F. Mathews

J. Bowman

 

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

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

 

Sworn to by J. D. Bowman before me this 4th day of August 1863.

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

 

 

Additional Inventory and Appraisement of Property newly discovered belonging to the Estate of WILLIAMSON ROARK, deceased. To wit:

 

1 horse

$50.00

2 steers at $20 each

40.00

Confederate money found in the hands of Jas.

Jackson belonging to said estate

27.25

 

$117.25

 

I the undersigned admr. of the Estate of WILLIAMSON ROARK decd. do hereby certify under oath that the foregoing is a true inventory of newly discovered property of the estate of WILLIAMSON ROARK decd. so far as has come to our sight and knowledge this Novr. 7th A. D. 1863.

 

We the undersigned appraisers do certify under oath that the foregoing is a true inventory and appraisement of newly discovered property belonging to the Estate of WILLIAMSON ROARK decd. so far as has come to our sight and knowledge this Novr. 7th, A. D. 1863.

William Beverly

Joseph Klepper

 

Sworn to & subscribed before me this 7th Novr. 1863 by each of the Admr. and appraisers.

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

 

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Sale Bill of Property of the Estate of WILLIAMSON ROARK deceased said by Geo. H. Pegues, Admr. of said property sold on the 18th day of Novr. 1863 on a credit of six months.

 

Wm. B. Blalock

1 steer

$18.00

Sarah Williford

1 steer

20.00

Sarah Williford

1 steer

22.00

Sarah Willilford

1 horse

40.00

 

 

100.00

 

Geo. H. Pegues

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me Nov. 30th 1863.

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

 

 

Additional Inventory of the Estate of JESSE TURNER, deceased.

 

The undersigned executor of the Estate of JESSE TURNER, decd. would hereby report to the Hon. Probate Court of Collin Co., Texas, the following receipt of money which has come unto his hands belonging to said estate to wit: Confederate money paid over by Geo. H. Pegues being proceeds of sale of 2 mules sold by said deceased in his life time to the confederate government & collected by said Pegues $285.00

 

Confederate money received for one steer found and sold since the return of regular Inventory and Appraisement 20.00

Total $305.00

 

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

A. T. Robertson

 

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To the Hon. County Court of Collin County pertaining to Estates.

The undersigned appraisers appointed by your Honor’s Court to appraise and make inventory of the Estate of W. J. WALKER, deceased make the following inventory and appraisement, to wit:

 

One cloth Coat

$40.00

One Vest

20.00

One pr. Linnen (linen) pants

15.00

One brest (breast) pin

5.00

Decr. 21st, 1863

$80.00

Saml. L. Jenkins

James Johnson

 

Sworn to & subscribed before me this Decr. 21st 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

The above inventory contains a list of all the property of W. J. Walker, decd. that has come to my sigh – There is one horse but as yet I have not been able to find such horse. There is also due & coming to said estate from the Government of the C. S. $310.12 as reported to me.

 

W. R. Gully.

Sworn to & subscribed before me Decr. 21st 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

Inventory of Property belonging to the Estate of J. M. BOUNDS and ELIZA BOUNDS

 

1 saddle horse

$100.00

9 pillow ticks

$1.00

1 sow and pigs

9.00

3 old bed ticks 80

3.00

1 frame building

500.00

2 bed spreads 6p

1.50

1 old buggy

20.00

6 pillows

10.00

1 lot pine plank

6.00

2 small cables 4p

1.10

1 plow

2.00

1 clock

1.00

1 clothing press

10.00

9 bushels wheat 6/

8.00

1 desk

1.00

2 empty barrels

1.50

2 feather beds

30.00

1 large pine box

1.00

9 cotton mattresses

50.00

3 turned post

bedsteads

18.00

24 comforts & quilts

$3

72.00

2 square post

bedsteads

8.00

5 white blankets 1.50

7.50

1 trunnel bedstead

5.00

1 white counterpin

(counterpane)

3.00

1 bunk or lounge

2.00

 

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1 doz. dinner plates

$2.00

3 crocks

$.70

5 odd plates

.50

2 large jars

.70

1 set knives and forks

1.25

2 jugs

.20

10 cups and 9 saucers

.75

1 large in pan

.10

2 set tea spoons

2.00

3 pie pants

.10

4 set knives

3.50

1 small coffee pot

.10

1 carving knife

.10

2 pr. and irons

.50

1 large white pitcher

2.00

1 safe

5.00

1 white pitcher handle

off

.25

13 chairs 4p

6.50

1 cream pitcher

.10

1 rocking chair

1.50

1 sugar bowl

.75

2 sugar cans 4p

1.00

3 white bowls 10¢

.30

2 fancy quilts 5p

10.00

3 small dishes 15¢

 

4 linnen (linen) table

cloths 8p

4.00

1 granate (granite?)

dish

1.50

6 cotton sheets 50

3.00

2 blue edged dishes

.50

13 pillow ships

2.00

1 large white dish

.50

1 looking glass

1.00

1 sifter

.25

1 small looking lass

.50

5 glass tumblers

.50

1 shovel & tons

1.00

2 sets castors 50¢

1.00

Lots 6 & 9 in Block 1

In McKinney

700.00

1 glass preserve dish

1.00

Lot 75 in Block 10 in

McKinney

200.00

2 small skillets

.75

1 lot in Block 47 in

McKinney

25.00

1 frying pan

.25

Block in Block 46

200.00

1 large oven

1.00

Total

$2079.30

1 old stove

8.00

 

 

1 large pot

5.00

 

 

3 hand saws

3.00

 

 

1 iron square

.50

 

 

1 brass kettle

3.00

 

 

1 sausage mill

3.00

 

 

3 smoothing irons

1.00

 

 

2 candel (candle) sticks

.20

 

 

 

All of which is respectfully submitted (valued at Specil [special?] price). January 25 – 1864.

W. B. Benge

A. J. Tucker

J. B. Stiff

 

Personally appeared before me W. B. Benge, A. J. Tucker and J. B. Stiff and made oath that the valuation placed upon the foregoing named property is a full and fair valuation of the same this Jan. 25th 1864.

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

 

State of Texas

Collin County Ann. S. Hurt administrator of the Estate of J. M. and ELIZA BOUNDS being duly sworn says that the foregoing inventory is a full and complete inventory & list of the property belonging to her intestates that has come to her knowledge and that she knows of no claim in favor of her intestates.

Ann S. Hurt

 

Sworn to before me Jan. 26th, 1864.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

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Inventory of the Separate Property belonging to the Estate of ELIZA BOUNDS, Dec.

 

320 acres of land R. Suell Survey

$960.00

Lots 37 & 40 in Block 5 in McKinney

800.00

 

$1700.00

 

All of which is respectfully submitted valued at Specil (special?) price January 25 -1864.

W. B. Benge

A. J. Tucker

J. B. Stiff

Personally appeared W. B. Benge, A. J. Tucker & J. B. Stiff and made oath that the valuation placed upon the foregoing named property is a full and fair valuation of the same this Jan. 25 – 1864.

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

 

State of Texas

Collin County Ann S. Hart administrator of the Estate of ELIZA BOUNDS deceased being duly sworn says that the foregoing inventory is a full and complete list of the separate property belonging to her intestate that has come to her knowledge and that she knows of no claims in favor of her intestate.

Ann S. Hurt

 

Sworn to before me Jan. 26 – 1864.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

The State of Texas

Collin County I, MASON W. COPE of the aforesaid State and County in view of the uncertainty of life & being of sound mind, memory & understanding do ordain & publish this my last will & testament hereby revoking all wills by me heretofore made.

First. I desire that my body be decently interred according to my station in life & the estate of which I may die possessed of.

Second. It is my desire that no action be had in the County Court in relation to my estate, other than the probate & registration of my will & the return of an inventory of my estate.

As to the property that God hath blessed me with I dispose of it as follows viz:

Item. I give & bequeath to my beloved grand children, JANE E. TUMLINSON, ELVIRA TUMLINSON, JOHN M. TUMLINSON & KESIAH TUMLISON One Hundred Dollars each; to be made up in cash or in property consisting of horses or cattle at C (confederate?) cash valuation is to be made by two disinterested…

 

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…persons.

Item. I give & bequeath to my beloved wife ANNA an ample & competent support during her natural life to be set a part annually out of the proceeds of my estate.

Item. I give & bequeath to my beloved wife ANNA all my household & kitchen furniture to have & to hold the same during her natural life & at her death to be equally divided between my two sons JOHN MILES COPE & JAMES COPE.

Item. At my death I desire my funeral expenses & all my just debts to be paid out of the proceeds of my estate.

Item. I give, devise & bequeath to my two sons JOHN MILES COPE & JAMES M. COPE all property not hereinbefore disposed of which I may die possessed, as well lands & slaves as all other my said property wheather (whether) real, personal or mixed not herein before disposed of, to be divided between my two said sons JOHN MILES COPE & JAMES M. COPE in equal proportions, the same to be holden by my said sons & their heirs forever.

Item. I hereby nominate & appoint my two JOHN MILES COPE & JAMES M. COPE as executors to this my last will & testament & do hereby enjoin it upon them to carry out this my last will in all its provisions strictly & faithfully.

This my last will & testament written on one sheet of foolscap paper in the County & State first above written on the fourteenth day of August in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty One.

Mason W. Cope (SEAL)

 

Signed & sealed in the presence of us whose names are hereunto subscribed the day and date last above written.

C. R. Breedlove

Witnesses

James Estes

 

State of Texas This day personally appeared before me A. T. Robertson Chief Justice of

County of Collin Collin C. R. Breedlove one of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing and within Will of MASON W. COPE 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 my name as a witness to said foregoing will of MASON W. COPE, decd. and that

said MASON W. COPE singed the same in my presence and in the presence of James Estes and

acknowledge the same to be his last will and testament.

C. R. Breedlove

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 26th day of January 1864.

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

 

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The last Will & Testament of

ALEXANDER W. JACKSON of Collin County of Texas. I, ALEXANDER W. JACKSON considering the uncertainty of mortal life and the certainty of death and being of sound mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament.

1st. I want enough of my wild cattle sold to pay my debts.

2nd. It is my wish that the property made by myself and wife since we have been married shall be equally divided between my children and herself.

3rd. I will that a tract of prairie land held by me of 116 acres and also a tract of timbered land of 52 acres do to my children exclusively.

4th. I will that the homestead farm deed to me by my wife be transferred back to her and at her death be divided between her children and min equally.

5th. I wish the farm cultivated for the support of the children.

6th. All money and notes which may be found deposited is to be equally divided between my wife and my children.

7th. It is my special will that the County Court have nothing to do with my property personal or real except the recording of the same, and I hereby appoint my wife ANN ELIZABETH JACKSON my sole executrix of this my last will and testament.

In witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 10th day of December in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty three.

his

Attest: Owen Mathews Alexander X W. Jackson (SEAL)

W. R. Gully mark

State of Texas

County of Collin This day personally appeared before me A. T. Robertson Chief Justice of Collin County W. R. Gully one of the subscribing witnesses to the within and foregoing will of ALEXANDER W. JACKSON 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 my name as a witness to the said foregoing will of ALEXANDER W. JACKSON decd. signed the same in my presence and in the present of Owen Mathews and acknowledged the same to be his last will and testament.

Wiley R. Gully

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 25th day of January 1864.

A. T. Robertson, C. J.

 

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Community Estate of JESSE FIELD Decd. & Surviving Wife

 

State of Texas Collin County January 30th, 1864.

 

The following is a statement made out by Frances Dowell, George Herndon and John Shileds, Commissioners appointed by the County Court of Collin County to value the community property of JESSE FIELD deceased. We report as follows to wit.

 

3 yoke of oxen

$140

1 brown poney (pony)

$100

6 cows & calfs

(calves)

85

1 bay saddle horse

125

15 head stock cattle

120

3 turning plows

50

16 head stock cattle

128

1 Gang plow & wagon

150

40 stock hogs

100

1 prairie plow

25

1 bay stallion

500

2 shovel plows

10

1 Jack

500

2 cultivators

15

1 small mose Col.

mare (sic)

75

1 reeper (reaper)

125

1 bay mare

150

1 horse harrow double

tree & breast yoke

7

1 gray mare

125

1 large harrow

25

1 sorrel mare

125

1 set augers

12

1 bay mare

200

5 ox bells $4 each

20

1 roane (roan) mare

125

6 pair old harness

25

1 bay filly

80

2 mowing sythes (scythes)

5

1 bay filly

150

3 hogheads & 3 boxes

10

1 brown

200

1 two horse wagon

125

1 sorrel

250

6 log chains

20

1 sorrel ball (bald?)

faced

75

1 Thrasher

200

1 bay bald (bald?)

125

1 Buereau (bureau?)

25

1 sorrel

200

2 bed steads &

furniture

120

1 gray

75

1 small table

5

1 yellow poney

50

1 looking glass

5

1 bay

150

1 silver pitcher

7

1 horse

100

2 clocks

10

1 mare

125

10 chairs

12

1 mare

150

8 chairs

3

1 mare filly

115

3 bedsteads &

furniture

180

1 bay

175

1 matress (sic)

20

1 bay filly

175

1 fall leaf table

10

1 clay bank

75

3 pair fire dogs

6

1 bay

100

1 shot gun

20

10 head mules 100

1000

1 5 shooter

15

25 head mules 150

3750

1 cooking stove

30

1 aged mule mare

125

1 negro boy named Prince

300

1 gray mare

125

1 girl named Mary

700

3 small mules 85

225

1 girl named Eliza

700

1 black horse mule

150

1 boy named Henry

500

10 yearling mules 60

600

1 boy named Thomas

400

3 yearling mules 40

120

1300 bushels wheat at $5

6500

3 yearling mules 60

600

7200 lb. pork 40

2880

2 colts 40 & 30

70

Wheat & porks valued

against

 

1 brown poney (pony)

50

Confederate money

 

1 brown

75

 

 

 

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771 acres of land 12.50

$8887.50

 

The above valuations are all made against Specie except the pork & wheat.

John Shields

Francis Dowell

 

John Shields, George Herndon and Frances Dowell being duly sworn say that the within and foregoing is a full and correct list and inventory and appraisement of all the community property of JESSE FIELDS deceased that have [come] to their knowledge.

Francis Dowell

George Herndon

John Sheilds

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of Feby 1864.

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

 

 

A list of notes due the estate of JESSE FIELD deceased.

One Note on O. F. Redman of Missouri for

$750.00

One Note on O. F. Redman of Missouri for

30.00

One Note on O. F. Redman of Missouri for

300.00

One Note on O. F. Redman of Missouri for

14.00

One Note on C. J. Collier for

150.00

One Note on Frances James Worthless for

4.50

One Note on Wm. Turly Uncertain for

25.00

One note on G. J. Bluet of mo (?) for

100.00

One note on O. C. McWhorter

500.00

 

This is list of all notes in possession.

Martha A. Field

 

I have thirty six hundred dollars of confederate money in my possession at this time.

Martha A. Field

Personally appeared before me Martha A. Field and in due form of law made oath that the foregoing Inventory contains a full list and claims of all the community property of herself and deceased husband that has come to her knowledge this March 2d day 1864.

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

 

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Inventory of property of the Estate of J. M. and ELIZA BOUNDS as secured from Ann G. Hurt, Admrx.

 

1 old buggy

$20.00

1 lot pine plank

 

1 clothing press

10.00

1 desk

1.00

1 plow

2.00

2 small tables

1.00

1 clock

1.00

3 trunnel post bed

stead (no cords nor

slats)

18.00

2 square post

bedstead

8.00

1 trunnel post bed

stead

5.00

2 sets tea spoons

2.00

4 sets knives

3.50

1 large white pitcher

2.00

1 cream pitcher

.10

1 sugar bole (bowl)

.75

1 granate (granite?)

dish

1.50

2 blue edged dishes

.50

1 large white dish

.50

1 sifter

.25

2 sets casters 4p

1.00

1 glass preserve dish

1.00

1 old stove

8.00

1 iron square

.50

1 sausage mill

3.00

3 smoothing irons

1.00

2 candle sticks

.20

1 safe

5.00

Specie

15.00

2 fancy quilts $5

10.00

1 small looking glass

.50

1 lot of old lumber (part from buld [?])

 

Lot 75 in Block 10 in

McKinney

200.00

320 acres of land

R. Suell Survey

 

Separate property of E. Bounds decd.

960.00

Lots 37 & 40 in Block

5 in McKinney

800.00

 

 

 

 

The State of Texas

Collin County C. R. M. Bounds administratrix de bonis non of the Estate of J. M. and ELIZA BOUNDS deceased being duly sworn say that the foregoing inventory is a full and complete list of the property of said estates that has been received from Ann S. Hurt Admrx. Of said estates.

C. R. M. Bounds

Admrx. Do bonis non of said estates.

 

Sworn and subscribed before me June 27 -1864.

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

 

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State of Texas We the undersigned commissioners appointed [by] the Honorable

County of Collin County Court of Collin County at its January Term did according to the order of sd. Court proceed to the premises of SAMUEL BOGART decd and did there and then value and partition the Estate of SAMUEL BOGART between the several heirs as follows viz: That JANES E. CLEMENTS one of the heirs of sd. estate together with LEROY CLEMENTS her husband did there and then refuse to place the advancements made to them by the sd SAMUEL BOGARD decd. in his life time into hotch poch (?) valued by the above parties themselves at $1200, deeds for which advancements being recorded in the Clerk’s Office of sd. county in Book J, page 517 & 518 consequently by choice chose to receive the aforesaid advancement as a satisfactory share or partition of sd. estate &c.

And that MARGARET ELLEN HARBERGER likewise one of the heirs of sd. estate together with J. M. HERBERGER her husband did then & there refuse to receive the advancements as made to them by sd BOGART in his life time deed for which being recorded in sd Clerk’s office Books O, page 393 & 394 and Book J, page 25 consequently chose rather to place sd. advancements in hotch potch which being added to the homestead of sd. BOGART made in all 288 acres by actual survey which valued in specie at 2800 dollars, the negro man and negro woman at $700 each in specie, the two negro children at 500 dollars in specie making the amount of sd estate worth about 4700 dollars and that RACHEL BOGART the survinving wife of sd SAMUEL BOGART decd is entitled to 2350 dollars the one half of said estate, the sd RACHEL BOGART requested that portion of sd estate be given to her in negro property of sd estate which we valued at 1900 dollars which were set apart to her to the sd $1900 is added $250 and advancement made to the sd RACHEL BOGART heretofore out of sd estate making $2150 which being decuted from the aforesaid $2350 still leaves the estate of the sd SAMUEL BOGART due the aforesaid RACHEL BOGART the sum of $200. Whereas it appearing from the advancements having been hitherto made to me E. HARBERGER in land the actual survey the homestead made the landed estate lying Collin County amount 287 acres being partitioned as follows:

To MARGARET ELLEN HARBERGER is partitioned and set apart 62 acres of improved prairie land including a neat dwelling house consisting of two room and a meat house or kitchen as shown by annext (?) plat & field notes of the same.

Also another piece of timbered land containing 20 acres as also shown by annext plat and field notes.

Also another piece of timbered land containing 75 acres the sd 75 acres of land has been previously sold to G. R. Gates by the aforesaid M. E. HARBERGER as also shown by the annext field notes of the same making 157 acres valued at fourteen hundred dollars.

The remainder being 130 acres of land partitioned and set apart to ELIZA BRYAN including timbered land and the dwelling houses of the homestead as shown also by the annext plat and field notes &c valued at fourteen hundred dollars.

Given under my hands as commissioners acting in the valuing of dividing and partitioning the Estate of SAMUEL BOGART, decd…

 

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…between the widow and heirs of sd Estate on this 21st day of July 1864.

J. S. Hogue

D. M. Hocker Commissioners

G. R. Gates

Sworn to and subscribed before me by each of the subscribing Commissioners July 23/64.

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

 

[Plat not included]

 

State of Texas

County of Collin

 

Plat and field notes of a survey of sixty two (62) acres of land made for MARGARET ELLEN HARBERGER one of the heirs of SAMUEL BOGART deceased by virtue of an order of the Collin County court issued on the 5th day of February 1864 by Buford Henry Clerk of Collin County, Beginning at a post the N E cor of a survey made for J. J. House in the W. line of David Bomar Thence North 363 vrs to a post in the W line of S. Bowman Thence West 961 vrs to a post in a pasture Thence South 363 vas to post in the North of said House Thence East 961 vrs to the beginning.

Also another beginning at a post oak tree in the yard of J. H. Harberger S W cor to LeRoy Clement’s timber land marked X Thence East 376 vrs to a post between two post oaks marked X Thence North with G. A. Wilson’s line 215 vrs to a post between a post oak & Black Jack marked X Thence West 270 vrs to a post in J. H. Harberger’s East line of home place Thence North 240 vrs with said E line to a post oak tree in sd Harberger’s yard & the S W cor to survey Leroy Clement’s timbered land marked X the place of beginning containg 20.

Also another advancement made to the aforesaid M. E. HARBERGER as recorded in Book J, Page 25 bounded as follows. Beginning at junction of two branches near the center of the aforesaid S. Bogart’s headright sur. Of 320 acres as ass. of Leroy Clement’s Thence up the S. Fork of sd branch with its meanders to the E Boundary line of the original headright survey…

 

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…Thence with the line of the orginial sur. to the cor of a 100 acre sur sold by SAML. BOGARTto sd M. E. Harlinger it being the N. E. cor of sd 100 A; Thence South with the line of sd 100 acres to the S E corner thereof Thence down a small branch with S line of said 100 acres to the place of beginning containing seventy five (75) acres be the same more or less making in all one hundred and fifty seven (157) acres set a part herein to the said M. E. HARBERGER surveyed on the 19th day of July 1864.

I, J. S. Hogue Sur of Collin County do hereby certify that the foregoing surveys was made by me according to law and their their meets and bounds are herein correctly given.

Given under my hand at office in the town of McKinney.

J. S. Hogue, S. C. C.

 

[plats not included]

 

State of Texas

County of Collin Plat & field notes of a survey of one hundred and thirty (130) acrs of land made for ELIZA BRYAN one of the heirs of SAML. BOGART decd. set a part to her as her portion of the headright of sd. S. BOGART of 320 acres as ass. of Leroy Clements and including the dwellings of the homestead of sad Bogart &c by an order of the County Court of Collin County issued by Buford Henry Clerk of sd Court on the 5th day of February 1864. Beginning a post the S. E. cor[ner] of the advancement of land made to JANE E. CLEMENTS Thence North 485 vars to a post the N. E. cor of sd advancement Thence East 640 vrs [varas] to a post in the W line of David Bomer Thence South with sd [said] Bomers W line 577 vars to a post N. E. cor. to a Sur[vey] of 62 acres made for M. E. Harberer Thence West 961 vrs with the N line of sd Sur to a post the S W cor thereof Thence South 363 vrs to a post the S. W. cor of sd 62 acre sur of M. E. Harberger Thence West 879 vrs to the S. C. (sic) cor of a twenty acre sur of timber made for sd M. E. Harberger a post between a chittim & elm marked X Thence North 455 vrs to a post in the E line of Leroy Clements sur between 2 P[ost] oaks mkd X Thence East 1094 vrs to the beginning. Resurved on the 19th day of July 1864. I, J. S. Hogue Sur[veyer] of Collin County do hereby certify that the above sur was made according to law and that its meets and bounds are correctly given.

Given under my hand sur. of Collin County at office in McKinney.

J. S. Hogue, S. C. C.

 

[plat not included]

 

State of Texas

County of Collin Plat & field notes of a survey of one hundred and thirty (130) acres of land made for ELIZA BRYAN one of the heirs of SAML BOGART decd. set a part to her as her portion of the headright of sd S. Bogart of 320 acres as ass. of Leroy Clements and including the dwellings of the homestead of sd Bogart &c by an order of the County Court of Collin County issued by Buford Henry Clerk of sd Court on the 5th day of February 1864. Beginning a post the S. E. cor of the advancement of land made to Jane E. Clements Thence North 485 vrs to a post the N. E. cor of sd advancement Thence East 640 vrs to a post in the W line of David Bomer Thence South with sd Bomer’s W line 577 vrs to a post N. E. or. To a Sur of 62 acres made for M. E. Harberger Thence West 961 vrs with the N line of sd Sur to a post the S. W. cor thereof Thence South 363 vrs to a post the S. W. cor of sd 62 acre sur of M. E. Harberger Thence West 879 vrs to the S. C. corn of a twenty acre sur of timber made for sd M. E. Harberger a post between a chittim & elm marked X Thence North 455 vrs to a post in the S line of Leroy Clements sur between 2 P[ost] oaks mkd X Thence East 1094 vrs to the beginning surveyed on the 19th day of July 1864. I, J. S. Hogue Sur. of Collin County do hereby certify that the above sur was made according to law and that its meets and bounds are correctly given.

Given under my hand as Sur[veyor] of Collin County at office in McKinney.

J. S. Hogue, S. C. C.

 

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Additional inventory and appraisement of the Estate of J. M. and ELIZA BOUNDS, decd.

 

1 gold watch sixty dollars specie

$60

1 silver watch ten dollars specie

10

1 galvanized [watch?] eight dollars specie

8

1 churn one dollar specie

1

Lot of lumber (remains of Old building number

of feet not known one hundred & fifty dollars)

150

 

The above inventory is complete of all the property of the estate of JOSEPH & ELIZA BOUNDS shown to us & the appraisement is true to the best of our knowledge & belief made & returnes [returned?] July 24th, 1864.

Melton Wilkerson

John Faires

G. R. M. Bounds, Admr.

 

Sworn to before me this 25th July 1864.

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

 

Inventory and appraisement of property belonging to the Estate of JOSEPH E. HOKITT, Minor heir of the Estate of PRUDY L. HOKETT, deceased.

 

(50) Fifty acres of timbered land valued at three hundred and seventy five dollars

375

 

(80) acres of prairie land valued at three hundred and twenty dollars

320

One negro girl valued at Seven Hundred and

Fifty dollars

750

Mare & Colt valued at one hundred & forty dollars

140

One colt valued at Seventy Dollars

70

Six head of cattle valued at seven dollars per head

42

Total Value

1697

 

S. Coffey and G. H. Fitzhugh appraisers being sworn say that the foregoing is a full and complete inventory and list and appraisement of all the property belonging to the estate of JOSEPH E. HOKITT Minor that has come to their knowledge.

G. H. Fitzhugh

S. Coffey

 

Sworn to & subscribed before me this Feby. 16th, 1864.

C. R. Breedlove, N. P. C. C. Texas

 

E. W. Hokitt guardian of the estate of JOSEPH E. HOKETT being duly sworn says that the foregoing is a full and complete list and inventory of the property belonging to the estate of his ward JOSEPH E. HOKETT that has come to his knowledge and there are neither claims nor money belonging to his said ward.

E. W. Hokit

 

Sworn to before me this 15th Feby. 1864

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

 

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McKinney Collin County, Texas

July 28th 1864

 

I, WILLIAM BENGE of the Town of McKinney and County of Collin and State of Texas being in a low state of health and feeling it doubtful as to my recovery do make and declare this as my last will and testament.

1st. My brother JAMES M. BENGE being partner equal with myself in merchandising for some years past, and being equally indebted with myself to merchants in New Orleans, and some few other firm debts, one to Marshal Pulliam somewhere near $200.00 and one to Thomas Mahair of about $400.00 and perhaps some others of small amount. He also being interested with me in a lot of sugar now on hand and debts due us as a firm of merchants, it is my desire that the joint assets belonging to & due us shall go to the discharge of debts that we own as far as may be when the time may allow these things to be properly settled.

2nd. I own one third interest in a stock of cattle in Young County in connection with WARE BENGE and HIRAM JEWELL. We have a contract (a copy among my papers) which will explain my interest. The house and three lots where I lived before moving to this place (late residence of JOHN SHIELDS) belong to me alone, that is there is no partnership. I have one other lot in my own right. The property where I now reside and the land near town bought from JOHN SHIELDS belong to myself & JAMES M. BENGE equally. It is my desire that the joint property of myself and brother J. M. BENGE should be preserved, and such portions as may be necessary be disposed of to pay our joint debts – afterwards for the residue to be divided with my brother, and the part belonging to me to be disposed of with my individual property as follows (viz) That is after payment of all just debts one half of what may be left to go to my wife, and the other half to belong equally to my children – after the estate is settled and the debts paid and the property divided between my wife and children, I desire that the shares belonging to the children shall be left in the care of their mother to be used and disposed of by her for their education and maintenance as to her may seem best.

The store house and two lots west of it may be deeded to me alone, if so it is a mistake and should be to me and my brother JAMES M. BENGE, he being equal owner with me. It may be that the money belonging to the County of Collin which has been in my charge as Teasurer may fall short of the correct amount, if so, I desire a sufficient quantity of sugar to be sold at the market price to make up any deficiency. If after paying the County what money is due, then if any money on hand it belongs to myself & J. M. BENGE equally. Debts due I desire to be collected in specie & not in confederate money, that is the debts contracted before the war unless our own debts can be discharged in other means than specie it is my desire that my friend I. D. NEWSOM act in conjunction with my wife as executor & executrix of my estate and wish…

 

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…that he should manage the same as he would his own property in the settlement of debts so as carrying out as far as it may be possible my wishes herein before expressed.

Wm. B. Benge

 

Signed and sealed in the presence of

Isham Pittman

E. Whitley

 

State of Texas Now at this day personally appeared E. Whitley in open Court and takes

Colllin County and subscribes the following oath, to wit, I. E. Whitley do solemnly swear that I am over the age of 14 years, and was at the time of signing the foregoing Will of WM. B. BENGE as a witness and that the said WM. B. BENGE signed the same in my presence and in the presence of Isham Pittman and that the said WM. B. BENGE decd acknowledge that the foregoing instrument of writing contains his last will and testament and called upon me the said E. Whitley and Isham Pittman to sign the same as witnesses.

E. Whitley

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me in open court August 29th 1864.

 

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

 

Estate of J. L. Read decd and surviving wife.

 

Inventory and appraisement of the property of the Estate of JAMES L. READ and his surviving wife Catharine.

 

1 steam (grist) Mill

$800.00

1 oven

$1.50

1 mule

$125.00

1 wash pot

$3.00

1 bay mare

$75.00

1 tea Kettle

$1.00

1 black mare

$40.00

1 hogshead & barrel

$3.00

1 gray horse

$50.00

1 barrel with 10 gal.

molasses in it

$10.00

1 two year old colt

$40.00

1 half barrel sugar

$18.00

1 year old colt

$25.00

2 old axes

$2.00

1 two horse wagon

$75.00

1 broad axe

$1.50

100 head stock cattle

$600.00

1 foot ads

$.25

8 hogs

$40.00

1 rip saw

$.50

1 watch

$100.00

1 pair andirons

$2.00

4 feather beds &

clothing

$80.00

2 log chains

$5.00

1 bureau

$20.00

1 draw knife

$.50

5 chairs

$2.50

1 water bucket

$.25

1 set knives & forks

$5.00

2 jugs

$.50

1 set plates

$1.00

1 book

$4.00

1 set cups & saucers

$1.50

1 spaid (spade?)

$1.00

1 set goblets

$1.50

1 hoe

$.50

3 vegetable dishes

$1.50

1 fire shovel

$1.00

1 soup dish

$.50

2 smoothing irons

$1.00

4 pitchers

$3.00

1 saddle (boy)

$8.00

1 set tea spoons

$1.00

1 pr. saddle bags

$3.00

1 skillet

$1.50

Specie

$25.00

 

 

State Treasurer

Warrant 195 dollars

$39.00

 

 

 

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S. Coffey

Appraisers

John Faires

 

Sworn to before me Buford Henry Clerk

Sept. 27/64

 

List of Claims

 

1 note against J. M. Bounds

$14.00

1 account against S. T. Lewis

$50.00

1 note against Thomas Estes

$20.00

 

 

The State of Texas

Collin County CATHARINE READ surviving wife of JAMES L. READ decd. being duly sworn says the above is [a] true and correct list and inventory of property and list of claims of herself and said decd. husband to the best of her knowledge and belief.

Catharine Read

 

Sworn to before me Sept. 27/64

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

 

Estate of PETER E. ROBERTS Decd.

 

The following is a correct list of the Community property of PETER E. ROBERTS and wife together with the valuation thereof.

 

One yoke of work

cattle

$50.00

3 ovens and 1 pot

$5.00

One steer

18.00

Cupboard ware

3.00

One cow and calf

15.00

One clock

10.00

One cow and calf

15.00

One smoothing iron

& candle molds

1.00

One cow and calf

15.00

1 pare (pair) hooks

and shovel

.50

One cow and calf

15.00

1 shot gun

15.00

One cow and calf

15.00

part box window lights

2.50

One cow and calf

15.00

1 branding iron

1.00

One 4 year old stear

(steer)

17.50

Small lot of tools

5.00

One 4 year old stear

(steer)

15.00

One black mare

80.00

One 2 year old stear

10.00

One stud horse

70.00

One 4 year old bull

8.00

One set of wheels &

exel wagon

35.00

One 3 year old bull

4.00

Small set of wagon

irons

20.00

One 4 year old bull

8.00

1 turning plow

6.00

One set of hind

geares (gears)

8.00

One turning plow

5.00

6 chairs

3.00

One prairie plow

10.00

One bed stid (stead)

5.00

One prairie plow

8.00

One bed stid (stead)

6.00

2 log chains

5.00

One Real

2.00

One 4 year old poney

(pony) mare

35.00

One Spinning wheel

2.50

One 2 year old black

mare

60.00

8 jares (jars?)

4.00

One 4 year old bay

mare

45.00

50 lbs. of salt

1.25

1 ax and 1 hoe

1.50

2 buckets

.50

1 cary plow

1.00

2 tables

10.00

1 shot gun

15.00

1 churn

1.25

1 loom

8.00

 

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The following is a list of valuation of the separate property of PETER E. ROBERTS, deceased.

 

85 acres of land

including the farm

$850.00

Separate Property of

Mandona Roberts

$110

40 acres including

house

400.00

One mare and colt

40

85 acres of prairie

land

297.50

One 3 year old horse

40

One bed stid (stead)

and beding (bedding)

20.00

One bed & beding

(bedding)

20

1 Cubard (cupboard)

3.00

 

 

1 dish and sugar bowl

1.50

 

 

One cow and calf

15.00

 

 

23 acres of land

(twenty three valued

at $5 per acre)

115.00

 

 

 

Saml. L. Jenkins

Com.

Salathel Coffe

Sworn to before me this 26th day of Sept. 1864.

Buford Henry, Clerk

 

I Mandona Roberts certify that the foregoing inventory contain a full and complete list of the community and separate estate of PETER E. ROBERTS, Decd. and MANDONA ROBERTS his wife that has come to my knowledge except 2 steers which could not be got up & some shots. This 26th day of Sept. 1864.

Madona (sic) Roberts, Adms.

 

Sworn to before me this 26th day of Sept. 1864.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

 

Estate of SAML. WALL, Decd.

 

Appraise bill of the estate of SAML. WALL decd. made June 17, 1863.

 

One wagon and three yoke of cattle and two

chains. Seven Hundred Dollars

$700.00

One large Ox wagon

400.00

 

A. Talkington

Appraisers

Charles Rector

 

Sworn to before me March 30th 1864.

Buford Henry, Clerk

 

 

Estate of WM. SIMMONS, Decd.

 

Valuation of the property of the Estate of WILLIAM SIMMONS decd. by Joseph Hearn, Calvin J. Fuller and Leonidas Wilson.

 

One tract of land containing one hundred and

Thirty acres deeded to said Simmons by J. P.

W. Lock at Ten Dollars per acre

$1300.00

Also two tracts deed by Reuben Allen

containing in all two hundred acres valued at

ten dollars per acre

2000.00

Also one tract of timbered land containing

Twenty acres deeded by A. J. Culwell valued at

Ten dollars pr. acre

200.00

Also one tract ____acres deeded by _______

situated on the waters of East Fork valued at

one dollar and fifty cents per acre

 

One mare at Seventy Dollars

75.00

 

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One yearling colt at Forty dollars

$40.00

One colt at ten dollars

10.00

One mare at one hundred dollars

100.00

One wagon and harness one hundred and fifty

dollars

150.00

Two plows two single trees and one clevis at

9.50

One spade and one grub hoe at

3.00

One hand saw and six augers at

5.00

Two chisels .50 One draw knife 1.00

1.50

Four head of cattle at eight dollars per head

32.00

Eight head of hogs at one dollar each

8.00

Three bee gums at one dollar and fifty cents each

4.50

Two feather beds at Eighteen dollars each

36.00

Four cover lids (coverlets?) at eight dollars each

32.00

Twelve bed quilts at five dollars ea.

60.00

One cover lid (coverlet?) at eight dollars

8.00

Five bed blankets at three dollars and fifty

Cents ea.

17.50

One mare chargeable to the widow & which she acknowledges to be owing to the estate by her valued at

100.00

Also due by her to the estate in confederate money

300.00

Twenty five yards carpeting at 50 cts. pr. yard

12.50

Two bed steds (steads) at eight dollars ea.

16.00

One small bed sted (stead) at four dollars

4.00

One clock at fifteen dollars

15.00

Seven chairs at one dollar Ea.

7.00

One pr. tongs & shovel at two dollars

2.00

One clothe (clothes) press at eight dollars

8.00

One small table at three dollars

3.00

One dining table at six dollars

6.00

One cook stove and vessels at fifteen dollars

15.00

One lot table ware at eight dollars

8.00

Thirty lbs. casting at ten cents per pound

3.00

One lot copper ware at five dollars

5.00

 

To one note of four hundred dollars in favor of Black and against More (sic) as above named drawing interest at the rate of six per cent from the first day of March A. D. 1861 and due the first day of March A. D. 1863.

To one note of the same amount and from the same parties bearing interest at the same rate from the first day of March A. D. 1861 and due the first day of March A. D. 1864 all bearing date from…

 

Page 341

 

The 14th day of Sept. A. D. 1860.

Joseph Hearn

Leonidas Wilson

C. J. Fuller

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me the undersigned Justice of the Peace of Collin County, Texas this August 29th, 1864.

J. T. Metcalf, J. P.

 

I, Thos. Austin administrator of the Estate of WM. SIMMONS certify that the foregoing inventory contains a list of all the property that has come to my knowledge except one horse & mare this August 29/64.

T. J. Austin

Sworn to before me this August 29/64.

Buford Henry Clerk Co. Ct. Collin Co.

 

 

Estate of S. O’GUINN Decd. & surviving wife, Collin County, Texas.

 

Fby. 22nd, 1864

 

Invoice of the Community Property belonging to the Estate of S. O’QUINN decd. and his surviving partner E. J. O’GUINN. We the undersigned appointed by the Jany. Term of the Court of Collin County pertaining to Estates to invoice and appraise the Community Property belonging to the Estate of L. & E. J. O. GUINN report as follows, viz:

 

1 sorrel horse

$65.00

1 tin pan

.50

1 cow & calf

65.00 (?)

Tin Cup

.20

1 2 years stear

(steer)

16.00

2 gall stone ware

.50

2 set(s) plates a $1

2.00

1 strainers

.25

4 glass tumblers 25¢

1.00

1 set tea spoons

.25

1 dish

.50

1 choping (chopping)

axe

1.00

1 sugar bowl

.50

1 coopering (?) axe

1.00

1 cream jug

.25

About ¼ interest in

640 acres of land in

Dallas County

 

1 pitcher

.75

 

 

4 cups & saucers

.50

 

 

1 pickle dish

.25

 

 

Part of 1 set knives &

forks

.50

 

 

1 peper (pepper) box

& vinegar cruit (cruet)

.25

 

 

6 chairs a .75

4.50

 

 

1 looking glass broken

.25

 

 

1 cook stove & vessels

25.00

 

 

2 smoothing irons

1.00

 

 

Bedding

12.00

 

 

Confederate money

on hand

1114.00

 

 

1 note on Phillip A.

Winn

200.00

 

 

1 note on C. P.

Weisensee

60.00

 

 

1 note on J. M.

Edwards

30.00

 

 

1 note on J. W. Smith

125.00

 

 

 

The above invoice prices are in Metalic (metallic) money.

 

State of Texas Personally appeared W. A. Rhea & Stephen Jones before the

Collin County undersigned & Justice of the Peace J. W. Smith and made oath in due form of law that the above inventory and appraisement is just and true appraisement of all the property that came to our knowledge to the best of our judgment…

 

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…this 1 day of March 1864.

 

Stephen Jones

Will A. Rhea

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me J. W. Smith this 1 day of March 1864.

J. W. Smith, J. P.

 

I, E. J. O’Guinn certify that the foregoing contains a full and complete inventory and list of all the Community Estate of myself and deceased husband that has come to my knowledge this 25th day of April 1864.

E. J. O’Guinn

 

Inventory of Goods Chattels &c belonging to W. B. BENGE deceased.

 

1864

Oct. 1

1 Block No. 16 in the Town of McKinney

$1000.00

Household and kitchen furniture

200.00

1 Rifle Gun

25.00

1 D. B. Shot Gun

25.00

23 pounds large shot .25

5.00

23 pounds powder

 

7 head of hogs $5

35.00

4 head of cattle $6

24.00

90 bu. corn

45.00

1170 lbs. sugar 15c

72.50

Total

1535.00

 

Firm of W. B. & J. M. Benge

Lot No. 212 Block No. 52

$1000.00

Lots No. 177 & 178 Block No. 37

100.00

Lots No. 23 & 26 Block No. 32

500.00

Store House & Grounds thereon

2500.00

20 ½ acres of land off the Thos. T. Bradley

1100.00

10 acres of land off the _____

200.00

1 Iron Safe

100.00

2700 pounds of sugar more or less .15

405.00

16 pains (panes) 12 x 18 glass .20

3.20

Total

5908.20

 

We the undersigned appraisers of the Estate of W. B. BENGE decd. certify that the appraised value affixed to the property named in the foregoing inventory of the estate of W. B. BENGE is a fair & just valuation of the same.

Milton Wilkerson

M. R. Parrish

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 22d day of Oct. 1864.

P. B. Hocker, J. P.

 

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List of Claims of the firm of W. B. & J. M. Benge

1864. Oct. 1

One Note

Thos. And J. B. S. Jone

Prin. &

Interest to

date

135.16

1861. Jan. 1

W. C. Hall

principal

68.78

Feby. 21

E. Alexander’s

Note

$17.92

1864. Oct. 1

Int. to date

25.75

941.53

1861

Jany. 1

William Bronough

50.50

1861. Jany. 1

John D. Hall

Prin.

24.40

1864

Oct. 1

Inst. to date

4.84

1864. Oct 1

Inst. to date

9.15

33.55

1861

Jany. 1

William A.

Brown

13.25

1860. Oct 1

R. A. Johnson

Interest

 

18.48

Oct./64

Inst. to date

4.84

1861.Jan. 1

R. A. Johnson

Prin.

79.64

Jany/61

B. M. Bell

96.15

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

29.85

109.52

Oct/64

Inst. to date

35.23 131.38

1861. Mar. 15

S. R. Lucas

etall Prin.

 

34.80

Oct/64

Brown &

Breedlove

Prin. & Inst.

 

64.75

1861. Jany. 1

J. H. Lovejoy

Prin.

170.38

1864, Oct 1

W. R. Bellew

Princ. & inst.

 

12.90

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

83.85

234.23

1862. June 1

Jonathan Cook Principal

6.50

1861. Jan. 1

S. T. Lewis

Prin.

56.51

1864. Oct 1

Inst. date

1.51 8.01

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

21.16 77.69

1862. Mar. 7

R. B. Carr

Principal

75.00

1861. Jany. 1

A. J. Lewis

Prin. & Inst

56.05

1864. Oct 1

Inst. to date

15.00 90.50

1857. May 7

J. L. Lovejoy

Prin. & Inst

3.09

1861. Jan. 1

J. A. Cave

Principal

144.14

1861. Jany. 1

J. L. Lovejoy

Prin. & Inst.

57.14

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

54.03 198.17

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

21.40 78.54

1860. July 12

D. M. Crutch-

field Prin

9.60

1862. Feby 4

J. T.

McChristian

Prin.

3.50

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

4.05 13.65

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

.74 4.24

1861. Jany. 1

J. H. Cook

Prin.

16.38

1855. Mar. 1

A. L. Murry

Prin.

155.80

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

6.10 22.48

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

150.60

306.40

1864. Oct. 1

J. A. Cave

Principal &

Interest

12.68

1861. Jany. 1

J. P. Mallow

Prin.

18.93

1864. Dcr. 25

Stanley Cooper

34.00

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

7.08 26.01

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

9.35 43.35

1859. Jan. 1

F. M. Mc-

Whorter Prin.

72.52

1858. Jany. 2

J. Dud Doak

Principal

50.26

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

41.68 114.20

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

38.88 89.14

1859. Nov. 1

O. C. Mc-

Whorter Prin.

8.50

1861. Jany. 1

I. S. Ellis

Principal

25.61

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

3.34 11.84

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

9.60 35.21

1854. June

29

Dave McKinney Prin.

39.79

1864. Oct. 1

G. W. Easter

Principal &

Inst.

16.26

1864. Oct 1

Inst. to date

40.69 80.48

1861. Nov. 12

George T.

Edmonds

28.35

1861. Jany. 1

A. J. Lucas

Prin.

49. 58

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

8.24 36.59

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

18.55 68.13

1860. Oct. 31

Andrew English

21.08

1858. Dcr. 28

F. M.

McWhirter

Prin.

128.50

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

8.22 29.30

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

73.88 68.13

1861. Feby. 4

Fred Gates

30.00

1859. Aug. 27

Geo. H.

Pegues Prin.

35.50

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

8.80 38.80

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

18.34 53.84

1861. Oct. 1

Wm. G. Fitch

Prin. & Inst.

33.31

1860. Jany. 1

Wm. M. Parks

Prin.

49.00

1860. Jan. 25

Wm. Fitzhugh

Principal

100.00

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

23.27 72.27

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

37.66 137.66

1861. Nov. 12

Lewis Pate

Prin.

3.03

1862. Jan. 1

J. C. Fowler

Principal

11.00

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

.85 3. 88

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

3.02

 

1858. Apr. 21

P. E. Roberts

Et al

Prin. & Inst.

27.39

1860. Jan. 1

James Faris

Prin. & Inst.

36.64

1861. Jan. 1

Jesse Stiff

Prin.

5.00

1862. Nov. 8

S. J. O.

Stranghan

Prin. & Inst.

46.13

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

1.87 6.87

1861. Jany. 1

S. W. Guthery

Principal

74.40

1856. Jan. 1

C. E. Stewart

(or Stuart)

Prin.

9.50

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

29.40 107.80

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

8.48 17.98

1862. Feby. 6

Dave Marshall

Principal

10.80

1862. Aug. 11

A. J. Taylor

Prin.

109.07

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

2.88 13.68

1861. Jany. 2

T. M. Shirley

130.00

 

 

 

1864. Oct 1

Inst. to date

39.00 169.00

 

 

 

1861. Apr. 21

W. H.

Scatterwhite

60.00

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

13.66 63.66

 

 

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1864. Oct. 1

David Stiff

Balance on

note

$41.17

1862. Jan. 1

P. H. Mull

Prin. & Inst.

$33.30

1861. Jan. 1

A. N. Sanders

principal

33.93

1862. Jan. 1

M. W.

Wilmeth

7.50

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

12.70 46.63

1864

Inst. to date

2.80 10.30

1856. Jan. 28

A. B. Tucker

4.72

1862. Jany. 1

J. J. Faires

note

56.88

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

4.07 8.79

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

15.62 72.50

1861. Sept. 1

T. H. Shirley

Principal

47.68

1862. Jany. 1

Wm. B.

Caruth

6.00

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

14.65 62.33

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

1.65 7.65

1859. Jan. 1

Jesse Stiff

Principal

43.88

1862. Feby. 6

T. J. Searcy

12.85

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

25.18 69.06

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

3.41 16.26

1861. Jan. 1

James

Southwood

Prin.

25.00

1862. Mar. 7

E. R.

Southwood

86.85

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

9.37 34.37

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

21.70 108.55

1860. Jan. 1

Jesse Stiff

Prin.

52.64

1862. Mar. 19

A. H. Snider

20.69

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

24.98 77.63

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

5.15 25.84

1861. Nov. 11

Chirstopher

Searcy Prin.

142.47

1862. Aprl. 9

Solomon R.

Lucas

34.60

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

40.35 182.82

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

8.65 43.25

1861. Jan. 1

Clayton Rogers

Principal

21.90

1862. Aprl. 16

E. Whitley

247.00

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

8.20 30.10

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

60.55 307.55

1861. Jany. 1

John Spurgin

15.45

1864. Oct. 1

S. Fitzhugh

bal. prin. &

Inst.

54.55

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

5.77 21.22

1862. Aug. 18

E. Whitley

112.00

1864. Mar. 30

David Stiff

Principal &

Inst.

68.48

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

23.50 135.50

1861. Jan. 1

A. J. Taylor,

Principal

24.15

1864. Oct. 1

Jesse Coffey

bal. prin. &

inst.

46.66

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

9.03 33.18

1862. Dec. 31

L. C. Searcy

158.36

1864. Jan. 27

D. M. Hocker

to be paid in

new issue

C. S. Money

200.00

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

27.69 186.05

1858. Feb. 2

E. Whitley

Principal &

Inst.

27.83

1864. Oct. 1

Peter R.

Wallis bal

60.00

1864. Jan. 1

J. M. Wilcox

Principal

12.20

1864. Oct. 1

Peter R.

Wallis bal

614.17

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

4.57 16.77

1863. Feby. 1

Lewis Wetsel

80.00

1861. Jan. 1

J. H. Wood

Principal

134.71

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

10.66 90.66

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

50.00 185.21

 

Total Amt. of notes

6753.35

1861. Jan. 1

W. A.

Williams

Principal &

Inst.

12.28

 

 

 

1857. Jan. 1

E. Whitley et

al Prin. &

Inst.

48.27

 

 

 

1861. Jan. 2

C. H. Wysong

note

10.00

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 2

Inst. to date

3.75 13.75

 

 

 

1859. July 21

Robert Wallace

43.85

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

22.63 66.48

 

 

 

1862, June

16

J. A. Morris &

C. H. Wysong

50.00

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

9.00 59.00

 

 

 

1859. Jany. 2

John C.

Trapp

5.30

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

2.04 7.34

 

 

 

1860. Jan. 1

E. Whitley

79.68

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

37.81 117.49

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

W. B. Yates

Bal due

Prin. & Inst.

9.63

 

 

 

1858. Sept.

16

John W.

Warden

14.00

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

8.50 22.50

 

 

 

1861. Jan. 1

Marion

Warden

19.04

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Interest to

date

7.12 26.16

 

 

 

1862. Jany. 9

John Gray

7.00

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

1.92 8.92

 

 

 

1862. Jan. 1

J. I. Chastin

55.80

 

 

 

1864. Oct. 1

Inst. to date

18.09 83.89

 

 

 

 

Amount of Accounts

 

1862. July 1

Thomas Barnes

203.60

1862. July 1

Jonathan H. Cook

14.80

1862. July 1

James A. Cave

48.50

1862. July 1

L. D. Davidson

104.44

1862. July 1

Gabe H. Fitzhugh

147.90

1862. July 1

Charles F. Fox

174.25

1862. July 1

James T. Fisher

1.50

1862. July 1

A. J. Hall

833.50

1862. July 1

Thomas J. Houston

1.85

1862. July 1

Wm. C. Hall

23.10

1862. July 1

R. A. Johnson

1.92

1862. July 1

Rubin Hogue

11.88

1862. July 1

Mrs. Lucretia Martin

3.25

1861. Jany. 1

Edward Stiff

1.75

1861. Jany. 1

William Wilmeth

2.65

1862. July 1

Mrs. May Gamble

2.62

1862. May 1

Ware Benge

160. 56

1862. May 1

Oliver Bush

23.90

1861. Jany. 1

W. H. Holiday

1.25

 

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1861. Jany. 1

W. W.

Hazelwood

17.10

1862. July 1

Wm. Fitzhugh

381.36

1862. July 1

Squire T.

Lewis

7.50

1862. July 1

S. J. Bart

8.71

1862. July 1

J. B. Stiff

5.36

1862. July 1

B. Y. Hart

184.11

1864. Dec. 3

W. R. Bellew

556.10

1862. July 1

P. A.

Hamilton

50.73

1862. July 1

F. J. Vance

4.60

1862. July 1

W. D. Jones

4.75

1862. July 1

Marion Worden

29.32

1862. July 1

Alfred Johnson

48.04

1862. July 1

W. H.

Andrews

9.55

1862. July 1

John M.

Kincaid

11.97

1861. Jany. 1

Frank Brown

2.50

1862. July 1

Charles Rector

5.15

1861. Jany. 1

Edward Chambers

16.15

1862. July 1

Jesse Stiff

1.78

1862. July 1.

John Martin

15.15

1862. May 1

J. W.

Throckmorton

3.00

1862. July 1

Rufus Davis

44.64

1862. July 1

A. J. Taylor

6.30

1862. July 1

Alfred Hart

2.00

1862. July 1

C. H. Wysong

29.21

1861. July 1

Haggai Chapter No.

53

6.38

1862. July 1

Sam. P.

Brown

3.03

1862. July 1

James Johnson

46.58

1862. Jany. 1

J. R. Barlow

42.15

1862. July 1

Thomas Mahair

33.03

1862. July 1

Davis Phipps

2.90

1861. Jany. 1

Wm. M. Parks

32.54

1861. July 1

D. M.

Crutchfield

265.21

1862. July 1

Mrs. Mary

Stannifer

21.03

1862. July 1

George

Gardenhire

16.46

1862. July 1

James Wilcox

2.10

1862. July 1

Mrs. Sarah

McGarrah

32.82

1862. July 1

William Worden

10.80

1862. July 1

D. M Hocker

2.00

1861. July 1

George Ware

3.82

1862. July 1

J. M. Bounds

7.16

1861. July 1

E. E. Yantis

15.30

1862. July 1

S. E.

Donaldson

13.78

1862. July 1

J. D. Bellew

15.32

1861. July 1

Grigg DeArman &

Co.

32.00

1861. July 1

James H.

Jinkins (Jenkins?)

4.20

1862. July 1

H. S. Hawkins

1.97

1862. July 1

J. Strode

11.95

1862. July 1

Alfred Walker

4.08

1862. July 1

William Tucker, Sur.

6.60

1861. July 1

Peter Wetsell

(Wetsel?)

17.80

1862. July 1

Wm. B. Yates

9.08

1863. Jany. 1

Alex Berry

20.88

1862. July 1

Charlie Brown

5.88

1861. Jany. 1

Peter Fisher

5.25

1862. July 1

Harrison Dues

31.65

1862. Dec. 30

John Kennedy

50.00

1862. July 1

George Edmonds

28.35

1862. July 1

Wm. C.

McKinney

17.90

1862. July 1

James H.

Lovejoy

10.97

1862. July 1

G. L. Tucker

2.27

1862. July1

A. J. Lewis

14.90

1862. July 1

Solomon Prewitt

2.95

1862. July 1

John M.

McKinney

1.25

1862. July 1

Joseph Bandy

16. 78

1861. Sept. 1

L. M. Martin

274.93

1862. July 1

Green B. Kerr

2.25

1862. Jany. 1

Marshall S.

Pulliam

251.47

1862. Oct. 1

George McGarrah

3.56

1862. Jany. 1

George H.

Pegues

12.74

1862. Oct. 1

A. N. Sanders

9.00

1862. Jany. 1

Peter E.

Roberts

10.60

1862. Oct. 1

S. Bowlby

1.25

1862. Jany. 1

James Smarr

4.40

1862. July 1

Cary A. Yates

7.91

1862. Jany. 1

David Stiff

232.32

1862. July 1

C. C.

McWhorter

10.40

1862. Mar. 1

Dr. B. M. E.

Smith

34.20

1862. July 1

Philip Barnes

11.39

1861. Mar. 1

J. C.

Southwood

2.99

1862. July 1

Henry C.

Barnes

10.08

1862. July 1

Richard Smarr

62.06

1862. July 1

Davids (?)

17.60

1862. July 1

J. O.

Straughan

357.61

1862. Jany. 1

J. F.

Hedgcox (Hedgecox?)

1.80

1862. Mar. 1

Henry H.

Tucker

4.50

1862. Jany. 1

G. Marx

3.96

1862. Jany. 1

C. B.

Talkington

62.92

1862. Jany. 1

Mrs. Harriett

Sharps

4.56

1862. Jany. 1

Lewis Walker

3.75

1862. July 1

D. C. Wilson

18.64

1862. Jany. 1

J. H. Wilson

14.57

1862. July 1

Wm. Satterwhite (Scatterwhite?)

30.88

1862. Jany. 1

G. W. Estis (Estes?)

3.60

1861. Jany. 1

St. John’s

Lodge No. 51

4.70

1862. July 1

George Fitzhugh Suvr.

52.12

1861. Jany. 1

Joseph Blakeman

5.90





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