Probate Minutes - Volume A-1


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1863. Jany. 1

Robert Fitzhugh

512.16

1861. Jany. 1

Jas. H. Lovejoy (Deed Trust)

170.38

1864. Oct. 1

1. Interest to date

60.30

 

 

230.68

 

 

1864

Oct. 1

Total Amount of Notes

6753.35

Oct. 1

Total Amount of Accounts

6405.38

Oct. 1

Cash in C. S. Money Inst.

Bearing bills

3000.00

Oct. 1

Cash in C. S. Money Old

Issue

1050.00

Oct. 1

Cash in C. S. Money Texas

Treasurer Warrants

1615.00

Oct. 1

(LaMoney) Southern Bank

New or e (sic)

50.00

Oct. 1

Cash in Tenn. Money

Bank of Tenn.

60.00

 

 

24,841.93

 

 

I, I. D. Newsome certify that the foregoing Inventory and List is a full and complete Inventory and List of the property and claims of W. B. BENGE, Decd. that has come to my knowledge.

I. D. Newsome, Executor

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me on the 22d Oct. 1864.

P. S. Hocker, J. P.

 

 

Estate of JOHN W. PARKER, Decd.

Collin County Novr. 26th, 1864.

 

The amount of property valued belonging to the Estate of J. W. PARKER, deceast.

 

One negro boy of the name of Bob valued at (Separate property)

$750.00

Amt. brot. forward

$3018.00

One negro woman by the name of Ab, valued at (Separate property) at

900.00

To (two?) bush. corn

15.00

One girl named

Harriet at

500.00

2 large bells

5.00

One small negro boy named Jim at

100.00

Lot No. (2) & Block

No. (8) valued at

350.00

One child named Henderson at

200.00

Also a certain parcel or tract of land lying upon the Cty and State of Texas purchased of A. J. Seborn of the Collin County and State aforesaid containing 7 acres

14.00

One Iron Gray Horse at

70.00

Also one lot North of No. (2) containing 1 acre embracing Garden and Stock yard

15.00

One sorrel Mare at

70.00

Also one lot South of No. 2 embracing store house of ¼ an acre

200.00

One Sorrel Mare with star in face at

70.00

4 feather beds steads & furniture

40.00

One black mare at

75.00

8 sitting chairs

6.00

One bay mare at

75.00

4 trunks

8.00

One black filly at

40.00

2 plain square tables

2.00

One bay colt at

30.00

2 6 gallon jars

2.00

One small sorrel colt at

10.00

 

$3788.00

One wagon at

75.00

 

 

One granary

60.00

 

 

40 bush. wheat

40.00

 

 

One hand saw &

auger

3.00

 

 

 

3018.00

 

 

 

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Amount Brot. forward

$3788.00

Amount brot. forward

$3911.75

2 stone pitchers

.50

3 barrels

7.50

2 spinning wheels

5.00

One chopping axe

1.00

11 gallons of stone

ware

1.75

One drawing knife

1.00

8 glass jars

2.00

One plow with stock

4.00

One pare (pair) of

swifts

1.50

1 small lot of plank

3.00

8 boxes

2.00

50 head of stock

cattle at 6 dollars pr

head

300.00

2 boxes

.50

3 3 year old stears

(steers)

36.00

One double barrel

shot gun

25.00

2 yoke of oxen

90.00

One cooking stove

25.00

One odd ox

20.00

2 pair of fire irons

6.00

In gold and silver

295.00

Smoothing irons

1.00

Wash bole (bowl) and

pitcher

3.00

2 barrels and lard

stand

2.50

One large sow and six

pigs

6.00

2 fatening (fattening)

hogs

32.00

One spotted sow

2.00

8 shotes

13.00

One small bed with 10

lb. feathers

6.00

One white sow and

3 pigs

3.00

 

$4696.75

One dimond

(diamond?) plow hoe

3.00

 

 

 

3911.75

 

 

 

We the appraisers certify that the above list to be correct to the best of our knowledge.

John Tarpley

Wm. Murphy

J. W. Maxwell

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me Novr. 28th 1864.

 

The following is a list of claims in favor of the Estate of JOHN PARKER, Decd.

 

1 note on T. A. Raines

Due July 20th 1861

$177.91

1 note on E. W. Bolton

Due March 15, 1862

11.29

1 note on J. Housewright

Due March 4, 1862

23.28

1 note on John F. Wilkins

Due on March 25, 1861

51.00

J. Housewright note Cr. by

1.50

 

 

John F. Wilkins note Cr. by

30.87 ½

 

 

1 note on W. S. Parker

Cr. by $10.00

Due 26th Aprl. 1855

25.50

 

One Act. on J. A.

Dorse

$1.00

B. Barns (Barnes?)

$1.87

One Act. on A. J.

Fred

.80

Sanford Beck

3.85

One Act. on Neles

Keen

2.50

B. Page

1.70

One Act. on Peter

Stegall

3.75

J. Swin

2.50

One Act. on Jas.

Ballard

1.85

A. Fred

2.85

One Act. on W. Robs

.80

W. McCreary

.95

 

 

I, Wm. C. Parker certify that the foregoing inventory and list of claims contains a full & complete Inventory & list of claims of the Estate of JOHN W. PARKS decd. that has come to my knowledge.

W. C. Parker

 

Sworn to before me this Novr. 28 – 1864.

Buford Henry, Clerk

 

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Estate of J. E. HOKET, Minor

Oct. the 31st, 1864.

 

A list of appraisement of property of JOSEPH E. HOCKETT appraised by S. Coffy & Jas. Snider & J. McKinney.

Fifty acres of timbered land on East Fork

$375.00

Also eighty Acres of prairie land old place

320.00

One negro girl 14 years old

750.00

One mare & colt

160.00

One horse

50.00

Three head of cattle

25.00

2 quilts 2 coverlids (coverlets) & one

counterpain (counterpane)

25.00

One bed

15.00

 

1920.00

 

S. Coffey

James Snider

J. M McKinney

 

Sworn to before me this Oct. 31st – 1864.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

I, certify that the foregoing inventory contains a full list of the Estate of J. E. Hokett, Minor, Oct. 31st, 1864.

E. T. Ogle, Guard.

 

Sworn to before me this 31st Oct. 1864.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

State of Texas

Collin County I, JONAS DAWSON being of sound mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of life and the certainty [of] death do make and ordain this my last will and testament. First, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife CHARITY DAWSON the homestead upon which we now reside containing about 287 acres be the same more or less together with all and singular the appurtences thereunto belonging to use and enjoy the full benefit thereof during her natural life, or so long as she may remain my widow, and after her death or the expiration of her widow hood, it is my will that my estate be divided equally between my four children, to wit: DANIEL D. DAWSON, JAMES D. DAWSON, NANCY HUFF AND SALLIE A. DAWSON, or their surviving heirs. I also give and bequeath to my beloved wife 4 head of horses to wit, a small bay mare named Betsey, a sorrel two year old filly known as Betsy’s filly, a young roan horse called Crocket and one Iron grey 3 year old horse, also the home cattle comprising about 24 head, also 3 yoke of oxen and one ox wagon, also all the farming utensils household and kitchen furniture &c. to use and enjoy the full benefit thereof upon the condition above specified for the land. I also give and bequeath to my beloved wife 276 acres of timbered land being a part of the headright survey of Thomas Linsey situated on the waters of the East Fork of the…

 

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…Trinity River to be disposed of after her death or the expiration of her widowhood as above specified for the homestead, also the stock hogs which I know own. I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter SALLIE A. DAWSON 84 acres of land being that part of my headright survey which I conveyed to DANIEL D. DAWSON and which the said Daniel D. Dawson after reconveyed to me. I also give and bequeath to her the said SALLY A. DAWSON one sorrel yearling filly known as Pet’s filley (sic) and one yearling white muly heifer together with their increase. The remainder of my property after selling sufficiency thereof for the payment of my lawful debts I wish to be equally divided between my four beloved children to wit: DANIEL D. DAWSON, JAMES D. DAWSON, NANCY HUFF and SALLIE A. DAWSON share and share alike. I desire that there be no action had upon my estate in the probate court further than to have this my last will and testament probated and an inventory of my property returned.

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 27th day of January 1864.

 

Jonas Dawson

 

In presence of:

A. T. Robertson

E. Robertson

 

At this day comes A. T. Robertson and in open Court made oath in due form of law that he attested the signing of the foregoing last will and testament of JONAS DAWSON made by the JONAS DAWSON this 28th day of Feby. 1865.

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

 

 

Collin County, Texas. January 11th, 1865.

 

Amount of Separate property belonging to JOHN W. PARKER’S Estate deceased.

 

One negro boy by the name of Bob valued at

750.00

One negro woman by the name of Abb valued at

900.00

One girl by the name of Harriet valued at

500.00

One small negro boy by the name of Jim

100.00

One small boy child

200.00

Gold and silver

295.50

One Yoke and half of oxen

65.00

One Wagon

75.00

One double barreled gun

25.00

Two pair of Fire Irons

6.00

One plow and stock

4.00

One large cooking stove

25.00

One Dimond (Diamond) plow how

3.00

5 cows

50.00

One Lot No. 2 in Block No. 3 in the above said town valued at

200.00

Also Lot & Block No. 23

15.00

Also a certain tract and parcel of land lying upon East Fork and in the County of Collin purchased of A. J. Sebourn containing 7 acres

14.00

 

The following is a list of Claims in favor of JOHN W. PARKER, Deceased:

 

One note on T. A. Rains due July 20th 1861

79.91

E. W. Bolton due March 15 - 1862

11.29

One Act. A. T. Doree

1.00

A. J. Tred (Fred?)

.60

Nelse Keen

2.50

John Thomas

.80

 

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Peter Stegell

$3.75

E. Baskus (Bacus?)

1.86

J. Twin

2.50

William McCresary

.95

Jas. Ballard

$1.87

Sanford Beck

3.85

Robert Haly

9.85

W. Robs

80c

B. Page

$1.75

A. Fred

2.85

 

We the appraisers certify that the above inventory & list of claims to be a true and correct list to the best of [our] knowledge appraisement of the property of JOHN W. PARKER.

 

John Tarply

Wm. Murphy

J. W. Maxwell

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me January 11th, 1865.

M. L. Morris, J. P.

 

I, W. G. Parker certify that the foregoing Inventory and list of claims contains a full and complete inventory & list of the property of the Estate of JOHN W. PARKER deceased that had come to my knowledge.

W. C. Parker, Admr.

Sworn to before me January the 25th 1865.

 

Collin County, Texas. January 11th, 1865.

 

Amount of Community Property belonging to the Estate of JOHN W. PARKER, deceast.

 

One sorrel horse

valued

At $70.00

One white sow &

Three pigs

$3.00

One black mare

At 75.00

One chopping (sic) ax

1.00

One bay mare

At 75.00

A small lot of plank

3.00

One sorrel mare with

Star in the fact

At 70.00

45 head of cattle

valued at

250.00

One black filley (filly)

At 40.00

3 3 [year] old steers

36.00

One bay colt

At 30.00

One yoke of oxen

45.00

One sorrel colt

At 11.00

Wash bole (bowl) &

pitcher

3.00

One granary

At 60.00

One large sow &

Six pigs

6.00

Three shove plows

Hoes & dimond

(Diamond) hoe

sundries

At 13.00

One spotted cow

2.00

Lot No. 2 in Block No.

8 the City of Collin

State of Texas

Decauur (?) appraised

to

350.00

One small feather bed

With ten pound

feathers

6.00

4 feather beds &

furniture

At 140.00

3 water barrels

7.00

8 siting (sitting)

chairs

At 6.00

225 lb. porks (sic)

22.50

4 trunks

At 8.00

30 pounds of lard

5.45

2 plain square tables

At 2.00

 

 

2 six gallon jars

At 2.00

 

 

2 stone pitchers

At .50

 

 

2 spinning wheels

At 5.00

 

 

11 gallons of stone

ware

At 1.75

 

 

8 glass jars

At 2.00

 

 

One pair of Swifts (sic)

At 1.50

 

 

2 boxes

At 2.00

 

 

2 boxes

At .50

 

 

2 smoothing irons

At 1.00

 

 

2 barrels & lard

stands (sic)

At 2.50

 

 

8 shotes (sic)

At 12.00

 

 

 

The following is a list of claims of the Estate of JOHN W. PARKER’S deceased:

 

J. Housewright due March 4-1862

$23.28

John F. Wilkins 25 1861

51.00

J. Housewright Cr. by $1.50

 

J. F. Wilkins Cr. by 46.37½

 

 

We the appraisers certify the above Inventory & List of Claims is a correct appraisement to the best of our knowledge of the property of JOHN W. PARKER, decd.

John Tarpley

Wm. Murphy

J. W. Maxwell

 

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Sworn to before me and subscribed January th 11th 1865.

L. M. Morris, J. P.

I, Wm. C. Parker certify that the foregoing inventory and list of claims contains a full & complete inventory & list of claims of JOHN W. PARKER decd that has come to my knowledge.

W. C. Parker, Adm.

 

Sworn to before me January the 25th 1865.

L. M. Morris, J. P.

 

Examined and approved & corrected as pr agreement filed this Feby. 27th, 1865.

F. J. Vance, C. J. C. C.

 

We hereby agree that all of the property returned on the Inventory of the separate estate of JNO. W. PARKER deceased (except the negroes, one wagon, one & a half yoke of oxen and double barrell (sic) Gun) shall hereafter be considered and held as community property of the Estate of said JOHN W. PARKER deceased. Feby. 27th, 1865.

W. C. Parker, Admr

Mary E. Parker

Attest: Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

 

A List of Articles appraised belonging to the Estate of ALFRED HARRINGTON and MARTHA S. MOORE decd. made by the undersigned on the 4th day of March 1865.

 

Separate Property

Pr[ice]

A acres

Value

1 tract of land

Alex. Hatfield

5.00

320

1600.00

1 tract of land

Alf. Harrington

2.50

 

400.00

 

Community Property

 

1 tract of land

Thos. West

2.50

97 ½

243.75

1 tract of land

Davis Cook

2.50

160

400.00

1 tract of land

George H. Pigues

(Pegues)

2.50

78 3/4

196.87 ½

1 tract of land

C. M. Fox

2.50

80

160.00

1 tract of land

Rachael Herron

2.50

160

400.00

1 tract of land

Thos. West

4.00

222 ½

890.00

1 tract of land

Jos. Bounds

3.00

150

450.00

1 tract of land

George Massie

2.50

640

1600.00

1 tract of land

E. L. Huffman

8.00

45

360.00

1 tract of land

Permelia McCants

2.00

150

300.00

1 tract of land

James E. Emmons

2.00

95

190.00

1 tract of land

James E. Emmons

1.00

450

450.00

1 tract of land

Mary Miller

2.50

1100

2750.00

1 tract of land

Mrs. John Moore

7.00

15.00

105.00

1 tract of land

John Huffman

5.00

130.00

650.00

 

Separate Property

 

1 negro man Tom aged 28

400.00

 

11865.62 ½

 

 

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Brought over 11865.62 ½

 

1 negro woman Letitia aged 29

300.00

1 negro girl Irene aged 15

300.00

1 negro girl Mariah aged 15

100.00

1 negro boy Lewis aged 10

250.00

1 negro boy Henry aged 8

250.00

1 negro boy George aged 5

100.00

1 [negro] girl Price aged 3

60.00

 

Community Property

 

1 negro woman Matilda aged 30

300.00

1 negro girl Mary Ann [aged] 10

200.00

1 negro [boy] Joseph [aged] 8

200.00

1 negro girl Belle [aged] 5

100.00

1 negro boy Doctor Dye [aged] 3

60.00

1 negro boy Anderson [aged] 1

50.00

4 beds and furniture a[t] 60.00

240.00

1 Safe

5.00

1 cooking stove & vessels

25.00

1 breakfast tables

5.00

12 chairs

12.00

½ interest in sewing machine

200.00

1 buggy & harness

75.00

1 new Ox wagon

140.00

1 gang plough

50.00

1 shovel plough

5.00

2 turning ploughs

9.00

 

14621.62 ½

20 head of hogs a[t] 1.50

30.00

1 large kettle

4.00

1 stand table & cover

1.00

2 pr and irons [andirons?] & tongs

4.00

1 smoothing iron

1.00

35 gallons stone ware a[t] 10

3.60

2 ovens & 1 pot

3.00

1 lot of corn supposed to be 25 bu[shels] a[t] 75

18.75

1 lot of Sheaf oats supposed to be 200 bundles a[t] 20 pr day (?)

3.32 ½

1 lot of wheat [supposed to be] 5 bu[shels] a[t] 75

3.75

4 log chains

21.00

1 cuting [cutting] box

5.00

37 ½ bushels of oats a[t] 40

15.00

350 [lbs.] bacon a[t] 12 ½

43.75

200 lb. sugar a[t] 20

40.00

30 lb. lard a[t] 20

6.00

1 grindstone

1.00

1 lot cupboard ware

15.00

1 mantle clock

5.00

 

List of Note Separate Property

 

One note on John C. Mathis 1105.38/100 cash with credit of $860.70 on the same balance due

1394.41

 

Community Property

 

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1 note on Calvin L. Croby & others

100.00

1 note on Silas Harrington new issue

530.00

 

All of which is submitted to the Court by

B. S. Shelburne, Clerk

Olever [Oliver?] E. Bush

John Crozier

Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 4th day of March 1865.

J. P. Bowles, J. P.

 

 

Inventory & Appraisement of the personal property belonging to DURELL P. MALLOW, one of the Minor heirs, MICHAL MALLOW and CHARLOTTE MALLOW , Decd.

 

1 Two year old horse colt

60.00

1 bed 7 beding [bedding]

45.00

2 sheep $6. Reaper $175

181.00

1 straw tick 2.50. 2 quilts 3

5.00 (sic)

Set cups & sauce[r]s 1.50. 2 basons (?) 1

2.50

Salt stand 40 cts. water .40

.80

2 large spoons German silver

1.20

Ladle & Iron Spoon

.70

Augers & old tools

7.00

2 pitchers

2.00

Tin bucket & lid

.80

Stone molasses jar

.60

Lantern .50. Caster oil .50

1.00

3 lbs. coffee & 6 lbs. sugar

3.00

25 dollars in Confederate notes

25.00

10 lbs. wool rolls

6.00

10 lbs. wool rolls

5.00

13 ½ yds. domestic

4.00

13 ½ yds. ticking

3.00

Part of on W. Fitzhugh et al

12.00

 

David Wylie

G. R. Gates

 

Sworn to before me this 28th day of Sept. 1863 (sic).

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

I, J. O. Straughan certify that the foregoing is a true inventory of my ward’s Estate, D. P. Mallow, that has come to my hands this Feby. 28/65

J. O. Straughan, Guard. D. P. Mallow

Sworn to before me Feby. 28/65

 

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Inventory & Appraisement of personal property belonging

to A. C. Mallow, Minor Heir of Michal & Charlotte Mallow, deceased.

 

Colt $40. Bed & beding (bedding) $45

$85.00

Red Cow $16. Dun white face heifer 10

26.00

10 lbs. wool rools 6 10 lbs wool $5

11.00

15 ½ yds. domestic 4 71/2 yds. negro cloth 3

7.00

2 sheep 6. black pony mare 70

76.00

2 steers 40. 1 sheet 1.50. table cloth 7

48.50

pr pillow slips 70 cts 2 towells (sic) .50

1.20

Feather bed $15. 4 goblets $1

16.00

Dish & Melasas [Molasses?] cruet

.90

Pine table

3.00

Plow $3 set old geer [gear] $4

7.00

2 sacks $1. steelyards $1

2.00

Sole leather 1.50. set chairs $10

11.50

Old Irons $8 pine box 1.50

9.50

3 lbs coffee & 6 lbs sugar 3.00

3.00

25 dollars in confederate Money

25.00

Part of note on Wm. Fitzhugh et al

52.70

 

David Wylie

G. R. Gates

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28th day of Sept. 1863.

Buford Henry, Clerk

 

I, J. O. Straughan certify that the foregoing inventory contains a full list of the property of my ward’s estate A. C. MALLOW that has come to my hands this Feby. 28/65

J. O. Straughan, Guard.

A. C. Mallow

Sworn to before me Feby. 28/65

Buford Henry

 

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In the Name of God Amen: I, KATHERINE DIXON of the County of Collin and State of Texas being of sound mind but of frail body and knowing that agreeable to the course of nature that I must go the way of all the earth, I make this my last will and testament revoking all others and first I bequeath my body to God who made it. Second I give and bequeath in consequence of the love and affection I have for my brother’s children who live in Sabine County, Missouri my home tract of land in this (Collin County, Texas) to my brother’s children to wit: WILLIAM GUINN, ABSALOM GUINN, THOMAS GUINN and DINAH GUINN and her family. Also to the same parties in Mo. a tract of land lying on Wilson Creek of about (50 acres) Fifty acres in this Collin Co., Texas, the deed will show the number of acres. Also I give to the same parties a tract of about fifty acres (50 acres lying in said County & State on the East side of East [Fork?] of the Trinity. Also to the same parties forty acres (40 acres) lying in the same County & State on the West side of East fork of the Trinity. Also one hundred acres (100 acres) bought of old John Fitzhugh lying on the East Fork of the Trinity. The above lands can all be found by reference to the deeds. Also I will that the above named parties (Guinns) have ($1800) Eight Hundred dollars in interest bearing notes (2 pr. ct. bills). Also $8000 (Eight Thousand) in Confederate bonds. Also $975.50 (nine hundred and seventy five 50/100 dollars in gold and silver, also about $1200 Twelve Hundred dollars in notes which are considered solvent, besides a few hundred though not to be solvent, out of the above named sum of money I reserve enough money for my special benefit to live on and keep me comfortable during my natural life. Also I will that my slave Sarah have $300- Three Hundred Dollars, and more if the executor thinks she needs it.

It is my will and desire and which I here take occasion to say, that the above named slave Sarah I set free after my decease, but to wait on me so long as I may live. It is also my will and desire that my sister-in-law Dianah Guinn have all my wearing clothes and bed and bedclothes after my decease. It is my wish and desire and which I hereby nominate and appoint Salathiel Coffey of Collin County, Texas to execute this my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 10th day of Decr. A. D. 1864.

her

Katherine X Dixon (Seal)

mark

Signed in the presence of us

John S. Lee

Galen McKinney

March Term of this the 27th day of March 1865 personally appeared John S. Lee in open Court and made oath in due form of the law, that KATHERINE DIXON signed the foregoing instrument of writing as her last will and testament and that he signed the same as a witness as did also Galen McKinney.

P. J. Vance, C. J. C. C.

 

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State of Texas In Court

Collin County March Term 1865

Inventory and appraisement of the Community property belonging to the Estates of J. W. & CATHERINE SMITH, deceased.

 

Articles

Value $ cts.

Articles

Values $ cts.

290 acres of land

2500.00

300 bund. Of oats

6.00

One brown mare

35.00

200 lbs. pork pickled

25.00

One sorrel mare

70.00

75 lbs. Bacon 12 ½

9. 37

One bay horse

50.00

3 barrels (empty)

3.00

One large bay horse

70.00

1 ½ bushels salt

3.00

One black colt

20.00

1 stone jar

.50

One sorrel colt (horse)

25.00

1 stand

.75

One sorrel colt filly

30.00

3 tubs

3.00

One bay mare

50.00

5 stands of bees

10.00

One bay mare

25.00

1 small grind stone

.50

Dark Iron Gray horse

30.00

2 spinning wheels

5.00

One Bay horse

65.00

1 pr. steelyards

1.50

One Yoke of cattle

30.00

1 cross cut saw

5.00

One Yoke of cattle

40.00

1 loom & fixtures

20.00

One Yoke of cattle

40.00

1 flax wheel

2.50

One cow & calf

12.00

5 slays (flays?)

7.50

One cow & calf

10.00

2 pr. loom harness

3.00

4 dry cows

32.00

Warping bars &

spoolg (spooling?)

frame

5.00

5 head cattle

22.00

Lot of plains

(planes?)

8.00

45 head sheep

95.00

1 hand saw

2.00

Set wagon Irons & hubs

25.00

2 drawing knives

1.50

Ox Wagon

50.00

Brace & bits

3.00

One Spring Wagon

30.00

3 augers

1.50

3 turning plows

15.00

Lot of old tools

3.00

2 shovel plows

3.00

1 chest & old irons

3.00

2 mattocks

3.00

20 lbs. picked cotton

4.00

3 weeding hoes

1.50

1 bed & beding

(bedding)

15.00

4 pair of geer (gear?)

18.00

1 bed & beding

(beding)

15.00

1 pair of hames (sic)

1.00

1 bed & beding

(bedding)

15.00

 

1 pair of check lines

3.00

Lbs. of wool &

coverlid (coverlet)

10.00

1 collar

.25

Old Carpet

1.00

Lot of old chains

1.50

2 bed steads

4.00

1 log chains

5.00

1 clock

10.00

set blacksmith’s tools

50.00

1 table

1.00

2 syths (scythes) and

cradles

5.00

1 table

2.00

1 grind stone

1.50

1 bed and beding

(bedding)

15.00

Half of Molasses Mill

5.00

1 bed stead & cord

3.00

1 Cultivator

2.50

1 chest

1.50

50 bushels corn

25.00

2 counterpans

(counterpanes)

9.00

150 bushels wheat

112.50

3 quilts

4.50

50 bushels oats

25.00

1 coverlid (coverlet)

5.00

20 head of hogs

40.00

1 bed stead

5.00

 

 

1 reel 2 rifle 10

12.00

 

 

Page 357

 

Articles

Value

Articles

Value

1 shot gun double

barrel

$15.00

Lot of Stone Ware

2.00

11 chairs

8.50

Set knives and forks

1.00

1 kettle 2

skillet & lid 2

4.00

1 churn & 1peging (?)

1.75

1 tea kettle fry pan &

pot hook

2.50

Pepper box & tea

spoons

.50

10 plates cups &

saucers

3.00

Tin pan & coffee pot

.75

4 glass tumblers

1.50

3 barrels

1.50

4 bowls & 5 dishes

4.00

1 pr. saddle bags

1.00

Sausage Mill & Stuffer

5.00

1 steel mill

1.00

Lot of Tin Ware

1.00

Foot adze & 1 ax

3.00

1 pr. candle moulds

.50

2 table cloths

2.00

2 smoothing irons

1.00

2 towels

.25

Fire irons & shovel

2.00

1 pr. shears

1.00

 

 

Whole Amt.

$4002.12

 

Stephen Jones

G. W. Kerr Coms.

William Carter

Subscribed & sworn to before me the 18th day of March 1865.

M. R. Parrish, J. P. Collin Co.

 

I certify that the foregoing Inventory contains a full and complete list of all the property belonging to the Estates of said deceased which have come to my knowledge.

J. O. Straughan, Admr. Estate of J. W. & C. SMITH

Sworn to before me March 22d 1865.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

 

Inventory of effects of Estate PARKINGSON & LIVINGSTON.

 

List of Confederate State Vouchers belonging to W. PARKINSON and H. C. CALLES.

Equal proportion of Value to Each.

 

Names of party given to

Amount

Names of party given to

Amount

John T. Smith No. 15

$15.00

Ostin Keetin No. 44

$110.00

E. R. Lossen No. 15

5.70

Wm. Lowery No. 41

95.00

Isic (Issac?) Jones

No. 71

4.00

Joseph Siscil No. 42

30.00

John W. Gunter

No. 11

27.00

Elizabeth Bacon

No. 7

30.00

John O’Dell No. 48

48.00

Samuel Petty

30.00

Mary A. Coytine

No. 34

45.00

 

22.00

Leon Witherspoon

No. 37

43.50

 

 

Allin (Allen) Telly

No. 38

17.60

 

 

 

The Amount of Missouri State Scrip belonging to WILLIAM PARKINSON and…

 

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H. C. CALLES (CHALLES?) equal proportion of value to each.

 

Wilson Gonce

as per voucher $28.00

James Brooks

as per voucher

$200.00

C. Mitchel

as per voucher 8.00

Eucl. (?) Rigg

as per voucher 151.00

Wilson Gonce

as per voucher 25.53

Margret (Margaret?)

Rader

as per voucher 26.00

Wilson Gonce

as per voucher 56.28

John Prigmore

as per voucher 70.00

D. N. Davenport

as per voucher 75.00

William Mott

as per voucher 6.25

Robert Anderson

as per voucher 50.00

Moses Lake

resignation for 5

month 25 days

 

 

Inventory of Estate of PARKINSON & LIVINGSTON effects. List of Discharges on the State of Missouri belonging to WILLIAM PARKINGSON and H. C. CALLES equal proportion of value to each.

 

F. M. Page

Service for 6 months now pay for horse

John M. Case

Service for 6 months now pay for horse 2

months

Elias R. Rawson (Ranson?)

Service for 6 months now pay for horse 2

months

William Linsey (Lindsey?)

Service for 5 months now pay for horse 2

months

W. J. Esgreggs

Service for 6 months 12 day now pay for horse 2 months

John W. Wood

Service for 1 months 11 day now pay for horse 2 months

Ludwell M. Reid

Service for 6 months 21 day now pay for horse

2 months

Henry Weddle

Service for 1 months in (?) 8 day now pay for

horse 2 months

Thomas W. Norris

Service for 5 months now pay for horse 2

months

 

Inventory of Effects of Estate of PARKINSON & LIVINGSTON. List of Confederate State duplicates belonging to LIVINGSTON and H. C. CALLES, equal proportion of value belonging to each.

 

George Stills

As pr. voucher $50.00

R. M Morgan

As pr. voucher $15.00

B. M Adair

As pr. voucher 18.00

Saml. Hiderbrand

As pr. voucher 10.00

A. Hart

As pr. voucher 85.00

J. S. Knight

As pr. voucher 12.50

Samuel Riley

As pr. voucher 30.00

John Scrimcher

As pr. voucher 4.00

Nancy Marum

As pr. voucher 55.00

J. G. Kelley

As pr. voucher 50.00

George Harlin

As pr. voucher 13.00

Livingston & Challie

As pr. voucher 298.52

James Mais

As pr. voucher 17.00

W. J. Frye

As pr. voucher 7.50

J. T. Allbatty

As pr. voucher 35.00

G. B. Oaks

As pr. voucher 37.50

George Punkinpiler

As pr. voucher 31.00

J. S. Knight

As pr. voucher 52.50

John McLain

As pr. voucher 91.50

J. S. Knight

As pr. voucher 5.75

John Dunkin

As pr. voucher 50.00

J. S. Knight

As pr. voucher 24.00

Livingston & Challes

As pr. voucher 57.00

J. S. Knight

As pr. voucher 6.60

Joseph McCoye

As pr. voucher 102.00

J. S. Knight

As pr. voucher 42.00

Hiram Van

As pr. voucher 17.00

J. S. Knight

As pr. voucher 33.00

T. R. Livingston

As pr. voucher 140.00

John Haford

As pr. voucher 13.75

T. R. Livingston

As pr. voucher 40.00

Clesby Roborson

(Roberson?)

As pr. voucher 5.00

E. Choat (Choate?)

As pr. voucher 21.00

John Davison

As pr. voucher 7.50

James S. Knight

As pr. voucher 19.05

John Swaniger

As pr. voucher 16.50

Thomas Burke

As pr. voucher 250.00

Charles Homes

As pr. voucher 48.88

R. C. Parks

As pr. voucher 207.00

Phebe Knight

As pr. voucher 10.00

E. S. Powers

As pr. voucher 40.00

Phebe Knight

As pr. voucher 90.00

Carline (Caroline?)

Bell

As pr. voucher 10.50

Joseph Thompson

As pr. voucher 100.00

 

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J. S. Knight

As pr. voucher $10.00

J. S. Scrimoher

As pr. voucher $20.00

James Wilcox

As pr. voucher 9.00

Livingston & Challis

As pr. voucher 86.33

W. B. Bain

As pr. voucher 76.00

Aron (Aaron) Hicks

As pr. voucher 68.50

 

 

Inventory of PARKINSON & LIVINGSTON, Confederate Vouchers.

 

Livingston &

Parkinson

As per voucher

$76.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

As per voucher

$128.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

As per voucher 4.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

As per voucher 49.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

As per voucher 3.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

As per voucher 4.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

As per voucher

124.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

As per voucher

125.00

Sun Stoles

As per voucher 21.00

James A. Maze

As per voucher 36.40

Lucy Benge

As per voucher 50.00

Mrs. Michel

As per voucher 50.00

T. R. Livingston

As per voucher

132.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

As per voucher

300.00

Wilson R. Ogdon

As per voucher

165.00

John Person

As per voucher 70.00

William Henderson

As per voucher

100.00

 

 

 

 

State of Missouri Scrip.

 

Parkinson &

Livingston

$150.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

$105.00

Parkinson &

Livingston

209.00

R. V. Heller

205.57

 

List of Parkinson & Livingston notes for collection.

 

Riley Perrayman

(Perryman?) as per

note

$8.00

Robert Inman as per

note

$108.90

 

For Service of Salve Sandy on the Confederate

States

$348.75

For one Bond on Confederate States

500.00

For One Negro Man named Sandy

300.00

 

Charles Hampton

John Tate

Henderson Horton

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of March 1865.

W. L. Martin, J. P. Pct. No. 6.

 

List of Scrip deposited with Livingston & Challes for collection.

 

Abraham Palmer

$25.00

Jonathan Bugard

$40.00

J. S. Cates

33.00

Charles Coats

6.00

Wiley Webb

5.00

Danl. (Daniel) Hunt

39.50

Danl. (Daniel) Hunt

31.00

W. W. Fumay

11.00

William Hodge

6.00

J. S. Coits

5.50

John Scott

3.00

J. A. Dicky

34.50

T. W. Todd

64.00

R. Sims

120.00

David. S. Holman by

A. S. Hambors

196.83

T. W. Sears

1.10

James Webb

21.00

 

 

 

This is in Confederate scrip to be collected or returned when the receipt of the party is presented.

 

Missouri discharge for collection as above.

J. H. Hais (Hale?) served the State 6 months horse 6 months

Joseph Hopper served the State 5 months 26 days

B. F. Roberts served the State 5 month ??days

 

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Hunt & Twitty scrip

$6.05

Hunt & Twitty scrip

$88.70

Hunt & Twitty scrip

91.21

Twitty Note

A. Boutwell

150.00

H. C. Callis collected for Parkinson & Livingston accounts to the amt. of Three Hundred dollars and deposited the same with Maj. J. G. Vare to be funded at the lawful rate Dec. 14th, 1864.

H. C. Challes

 

I, Saml. Silvers certify that the foregoing Inventory contains a full and complete Inventory and list of all the property and claims of the Estates of Parkinson & Livingston deceased that has come to my knowledge.

Samuel Silvers, Admr.

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th day of March 1865.

Buford Henry Clerk Co. Ct. Collin Co. Texas

 

Appraise Bill of the personal estate of JACOB HOUTS decd.

 

1 sorrel horse & saddle appraised

$25.00

8 cows ten dollars each

80.00

3 yearlings 4.00 each

12.00

1 4 year old steer

12.00

1 hand saw

1.00

1 hand axe

2.50

1 Fed. Overcoat

10.00

1 cow & calf

10.00

1 adds (?) & drawing knife 1 square

3.00

7 plains (planes) and bits and odd bits

5.00

1 brace & 13 bits

2.00

1 handsaw & tenent saw

2.00

1 small lot of tools 9 pieces

3.50

2 augers nineteen chisels

5.00

2 spirit levels

1.50

3 squares compass saw saw set & screw

2.50

1 box clamp 1 oil stove

2.50

3 books

1.00

2 five year old steers $15 each

30.00

1 cow and calf

10.00

2 3 year old steers

20.00

2 2 year old steers

16.00

3 yearlings

15.00

A debt on Hempton (Hampton?) Witt for

one 5 year old steer valued at 15

15

Also a debt on B. F. Mathis for cow & calf

10

 

We the undersigned appraisers of the person[al] estate of JACOB…

 

Page 361

 

…HOUTS deceased certify that we fairly and impartially appraise the property named in the above appraiser’s bill to the best of our ability on this the 20th day of April 1865.

A. E. Quisenberry

F. W. Morrell

Sworn to before me this April 20th 1865.

Wm. H. Holliday, J. P.

 

I, Saml. Young administrator of the estate of JACOB HOUTS certify that the foregoing Inventory and appraisement contains a full inventory of the property & claims belonging to said estate that have come to my knowledge this 24th day of April 1865.

Saml. Young

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this April 24/65.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

Sale Bill of Property belonging to the Estates of J. W. and CATHERINE SMITH, deceased.

 

No.

Article Sold

Purchaser’s Names

Amount

1

Yoke of Oxen

A. J. Scott

$28.00

1

Yoke of Oxen

Mrs. E. B. Smith

69.99

1

Yoke of Oxen

Mrs. S. Adamson

49.00

1

Cow & Calf

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

20.00

1

Cow & bell

H. A. Duncan

13.00

1

Cow & Calf

Mrs. E. B. Smith

9.00

1

Cow & Calf

Mrs. E. B. Smith

8.00

1

Heifer

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

11.00

1

Cow

Mrs. E. B. Smith

5.00

1

Cow & calf

A. J. Scott

11.00

1

Steer

H. A. Duncan

5.00

1

Heifer

H. A. Duncan

5.00

1

Yearling Heifer

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

3.00

1

Brown Mare

A. J. Scott

30.00

1

Bray (?) Mare

H. A. Duncan

50.00

1

Bay Horse

A. J. Scott

56.00

1

Roan Horse

A. J. Scott

30.00

1

Brown Mare

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

49.00

1

Sorrel Colt

H. A. Duncan

19.00

1

Filly

A. J. Scott

42.00

1

Brown colt

H. A. Duncan

15.00

1

Bay Horse

H. A. Duncan

81.00

1

Sorrel Mare

Mrs. E. B. Smith

100.00

1

Bay Mare

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

60.00

26

Sheep

H. A. Duncan

135.00

 

 

 

907.00

 

Page 362

 

No. 2

Articles Sold

Purchaser’s Names

Amt.

20

Hogs

Mrs. E. B. Smith

$40.00

½

Molasses Mill

A. J. Scott

3.00

1

Spring Wagon

H. A. Duncan

36.00

1

Ox Wagon

R. H. Parker

91.00

1

Wagon

A. J. Scott

39.00

1

Plow

A. J. Scott

11.00

1

Sythe (Scythe) &

Cradle

A. J. Scott

4.00

1

Sythe (Scythe) &

cradle

H. A. Duncan

2.25

1

Shovel Plow

A. J. Taylor

1.00

1

Foot Adze

H. A. Duncan

1.50

1

Weeding Hoe

H. A. Duncan

.50

1

Cultivator

A. J. Taylor

2.75

1

Plow

H. A. Duncan

5.50

1

Plow

H. A. Duncan

1.50

1

Plow

C. Searcy

8.00

1

Mattock

H. A. Duncan

3.75

1

Log Chain

H. A. Duncan

8.50

1

Log Chain

Mrs. S. Adamson

5.00

1

Log Chain

A. J. Scott

8.00

1

Lot of Chains

R. H. Parker

5.00

1

Tongue Chain

R. H. Parker

3.75

1

Weeding Hoe

H. A. Duncan

1.25

1

Steeple & Rods

Thomas Stalcup

2.50

1

Double Trees

H. A. Duncan

1.25

1

Set of Blacksmith

Tools

H. A. Duncan

45.00

1

Cross Cut Saw

H. A. Duncan

5.00

1

Hand Saw

Mrs. S. Adamson

2.75

 

Lot of Augers

S. S. Graham

1.25

 

Chisels &c

Thomas Stalcup

1.75

1

Pr. Steelyards

H. A. Duncan

2.75

 

Lot of Plains (planes)

H. A. Duncan

7.00

 

Drawing Knife

Thomas Stalcup

1.75

 

Brace & bits

H. A. Duncan

8.00

 

Lot of Old Irons

S. S. Graham

1.25

1

Keg White led (lead)

A. J. Taylor

.75

1

Pr. Waffle Irons

H. A. Duncan

.50

 

Set plow Geer (gear)

R. H. Parker

3.85

 

Set plow Geer (gear)

H. A. Duncan

5.50

 

Lot of Old Harn

(harness?)

R. H. Parker

1.60

 

Set Plow geer (gear)

A. J. Scott

4.50

 

Grind Stone

A. J. Scott

1.75

 

Grind Stone

James Kerr

1.00

 

Pr. Check lines

A. J. Scott

3.50

 

Singletrees

H. A. Duncan

.60

 

Iron Wedge

Thomas Stalcup

.75

3

Wash tubs

Mrs. E. B. Smith

1.75

1

Wash Pot

Mrs. A. Adamson

10.00

 

Oven & Hooks

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

2.00

 

Page 363

 

No.

Articles sold

Purchaser’s Names

Amt.

 

Sauce & Fry Pan

Mrs. S. Adamson

$3.50

1

Spinning Wheel

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

7.25

1

Spinning Wheel

H. A. Duncan

3.75

1

Flax Wheet

Mrs. S. Adamson

5.50

1

Count Reel

H. A. Duncan

5.50

 

Warps frames &

spool Rack

Mrs. E. B. Smith

6.50

1

Man’s Saddle

A. J. Scott

4.50

 

Bee House

A. J. Scott

1.50

2

Bee Stands

H. A. Duncan

3.55

3

Emty (empty?) gums

& 1 bee stand

A. J. Scott

3.25

1

Old Barrel

John Edmonson

3.75

1

Barrel & vinegar

Thos. Stalcup

8.00

 

Barrel

H. A. Duncan

3.00

1

Salt Barrel

A. J. Scott

.75

1

Old Barrel

A. J. Scott

.50

1

Meat Barrel

A. J. Scott

1.25

1

Smoothing iron

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

2.25

1

Smoothing iron

Wm. Carter

2.00

1

Sausage grinder &

stuffer

Mrs. E. B. Smith

7.75

1

Clock

Mrs. E. B. Smith

20.00

1

Small table

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

2.75

3

Chairs

Mrs. E. B. Smith

4.00

3

Chairs

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

4.25

1

Rocking chair

Mrs. E. B. Smith

2.25

2

chairs

John Edmonson

2.00

3

chairs

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

3.50

1

Rifle gun

H. A. Duncan

7.25

1

Shot gun

A. J. Scott

15.00

1

Bench

H. A. Duncan

.75

1

Pr. cotton cards

Mrs. E. B. Smith

7.50

1

Pr. cotton cards

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

2.00

1

Bed stead

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

5.00

1

Bed and beding

(bedding)

A. J. Scott

50.00

1

chest

Mrs. E. B. Smith

6.25

1

Bed stead

Mrs. E. S. Smith

3.00

1

Bed stead

J. L. Angel

4.25

 

Fire Irons & Shovel

Mrs. E. B. Smith

2.75

1

Shovel

H. A. Duncan

1.75

1

Bed stead

Wm. Carter

1.00

1

Loom and harness

Mrs. E. B. Smith

21.00

2

Slegs (?)

A. J. Scott

2.60

2

Slegs

Mrs. E. B. Smith

4.50

 

Lot of wool

Mrs. E. B. Smith

15.00

 

Old Carpet

S. B. A. Graham

4.00

 

Loom Harness

H. A. Duncan

.10

 

Large Table

Mrs. E. B. Smith

2.25

 

Pr. Saddle Bags

H. A. Duncan

2.25

 

Steel Mill

Mrs. E. B. Smith

.75

 

Page 364

 

 

Articles Sold

Purchaser’s Names.

Amt.

1

hogshead

A. J. Taylor

$.50

1

Bed & beding

(bedding)

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

52.00

1

Bed & Beding

(bedding)

H. A. Duncan

56.00

1

Bed & beding

(bedding)

A. J. Scott

55.00

7

Geese

Mrs. E. B. Smith

8.75

1

Bred (bread?) tray

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

.50

 

 

Total Amt. of Sale

59.55

 

J. O. Straughan, Admr.

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me April 22/65

Buford Henry Clerk Co. Ct. Colllin Co. Texas.

 

 

Inventory and List of Property together with its appraised value made in accordance with an order of the Probate Court at its March Term A. D. 1865 of the Estate of CATHARINE DIXON, Decd.

 

Real Estate

 

315 acres of land (Homestead a[t] $10 per acre

$3150.00

30 acres land S. T. Lewis grantor 4 per acre

120.00

46 acres land Fred Gates 4 per acre

184.00

90 acres land G. H. Fitzhugh 4 per acre

360.00

41 acres land W. Kerby 4 per acre

100.00

 

 

Slaves

 

One negro woman old & valueless

 

Personal Property

 

One trundle bed sted (stead) 2 pillow cases

1 bed spread one feather bed

 

1 straw tick valued in the aggregate at

$15.00

1 bureau

6.00

2 drachms (drams?) Quinine

1.50

1 lot of inferior bottles

.50

5 lot of inferior ladies dresses

15.00

6 silk handkerchiefs & 1 mantle

7.00

3 bonnets

2.00

3 prs. Stockings

1.00

1 silk apron &c

1.00

4 towels

1.00

3 table cloths

4.50

3 under shirts (for a lady)

2.00

Carried forward

4134.50

 

Page 365

 

Amount brot. Forward

$4134.50

4 pairs pillow cases

2.00

2 bed curtains

2.00

5 night garments

2.50

2 chimese

1.00

1 window curtain

.25

1 lot pins parasol &c

2.00

1 shawl

1.00

1 carpet sack

.50

4 bed spreads & counter pains (counterpanes)

& 2 sheets

20.00

1 single barrel piston & thread

2.50

5 books

1.00

2 small tables

3.00

5 cups & 3 saucers

1.00

5 plates & 3 cup plates

1.00

2 bowles (bowls) & 1 sugar bowl

1.00

1 pitcher & tea pot

1.00

5 glasses

1.00

1 peper (pepper) box &c

1.00

5 bottles 7 1 molasses stand

1.00

3 knives & forks 5 spoons & 1 dish

2.00

1 pair scales & wash pan

1.00

5 stones jars 1 peg & 2 buckets

2.50

2 tin buckets & 1 demajohn (demijohn) vinegar

2.00

1 funnel 1 churn 1 peper (pepper) box &

1 lantern

(unreadable)

1 box shoe tools & 1 trunk

1.00

1 syringe & 1 tin pan

1.00

7 meal sacks

3.50

1 bushel of salt

1.50

5 gal. molasses & Bll (?)

5.00

100 lb. bacon

10.00

1 ½ Jars of lard & 2 stands soap

7.00

1 bedstead 1 feather bed & tick 1 spread

4 pillows 1 bolster

15.00

4 bed spreads

10.00

10 quilts 6 sheets 1 white counterpain

(counterpane) 5 bed blankets

60.00

1 Metal pitcher

5.00

1 old rag carpet

2.00

1 old side saddle bridle & blanket

4.00

1 sack seed cotton

1.00

1 pr. shoe leathers

1.00

1 pony mare & sucking colt

70.00

4 chairs

4.00

1 lot damaged wheat (say 20 bu.)

5.00

1 pr. dog irons shovel & tongs

1.50

1 clock

2.50

2 cows & 1 yearling

20.00

1 lot of corn (say 30 bu.)

30.00

1 bed sted (stead) and axe

5.25

 

4453.00 [hard to read]

 

The above is a true & complete Inventory & list & appraisement…

 

Page 366

 

…of the property of the estate of CATHARINE DIXON decd. that has come to our knowledge to this date.

R. H. Parker

J. S. Lee

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this April 24 – 1865.

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

 

List of Notes belonging to the Estate of CATHARINE DIXON, Decd.

 

Maker

Date of Note

When Due

Inst.

Amt.

Peter E. Roberts

Decr. 6, 1861

One day after

date

12 ½

$20.00

P. A. Huffman

Jan. 3, 1862

One day after

date

12 ½

337.30

P. A. Hamilton

March 7, 1862

One day after

date

10

47.19

J. R. Whitly

May 5 /61

One day after

date

 

29.60

E. M. & J. N.

Braly

March 1, 1861

One day after

date

12

93.64

W. Fitzhugh

April 21 /62

One day after

note

 

53.00

Chas. T. Fox

Nov. 6 /61

One day after

note

10

123.77

J. L. Mills &

G. Philips

Nov. 25 /60

Cr. by twelve

dollars Feby. 61

Cr. by thirteen 25

dollars

Oct.

 

30.00

E. P. Gregg

March 5 /62

Oct.

 

100.00

S. B. Skidmore

Credit on this

Note

Jany 1/62

$140.91/100

Jany 1/62

65.18/100

Jany 3/63 100

$316.09

April 20 /62

Oct.

 

557.00

J. J. & E.

Roberts

Oct. 30/60

Decr. 25/60

 

63.00

B. F. Jordan

Oct 6/58

One day after

day

10

129.79

James Ware

March 31/62

One day after

note

 

17.75

S. W. More

Aprl. 30/62

Nov 1/62

 

60.00

Jesse Dixon

Oct. 11/60

One day after

note

 

90.00

Jas. C. Collins

April 18/62

 

 

8.62 ½

Thos. M. & Lewis

Sherley

Sept. 21/61

Cr. Mar. 3/62

$90

Jany 3/65

32.30

12

275.00

 

 

 

 

1110.35

 

Specie on hands

 

New Issues

$600.00

7 C S Notes (7.30 inst)

700.00

1 C S Bond 4 per cent

300.00

1 C S Bond 4 per cent

100.00

1 C S Bond 4 per cent

200.00

1 C S Bond 4 per cent

2000.00

1 C S Bond 4 per cent

1000.00

1 C S Bond 4 per cent

5400.00

Exchange certification total

1836.00

 

12136.00

 

 

State of Texas Salathiel Coffey Executor of the Estate of CATHARINE DIXON, decd. being

Collin County duly sworn on oath states that the within Inventory and list is a full & complete Inventory & list of the property & claims of his testatrix that has come to his knowledge.

S. Coffey, Executor.

 

Sworn to before me this 24th day of April 1865

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

Page 367

 

Inventory and Appraisement of the property of JONAS DAWSON Decd made Mar. 1st, 1865.

 

Separate Property

 

Three yoke of oxen $135. 3 log chains $9

$144.00

1 wagon $80. 1 grey horse $75

155.00

1 grey mare $40 one sorrel mare $40

80.00

1 set of wagon irons $50 1 jack $100

150.00

1 large plow $3. 3 singletrees &c $4.

7.00

3 two horse plows $24 Cross cut saw $5

29.00

3 weeding hoes $3 2 grubing (grubbing) hoes

$4

7.00

1 pair of harness $10 2 old axes $1.50

11.50

1 McCormick Reaper $100 1 brood sow $5

105.00

4 aguers $2.00 Hand saw $2.50

4.50

1 cook stove $40 1 iron square .50

40.50

1 square table $2.00 2 smoothing irons $1.00

3.00

1 wash kettle $3 1 large pot $4

7.00

4 large jars $4.00 1 gallon crock .25

4.25

A lot of cupboard ware

4.00

1 large cupboard $15 Lot of bottles 1.20

16.20

1 looking glass .50 Trunk $2.00 Clock $5.00

7.50

1 stand stable $2.00 3 bedsteads $15.00

17.00

1 old saddle $5.00 Seven chairs $3.50

8.50

30 head of stock cattle (in care of D. D.

Dawson)

150.00

1 broad ax $2.00 Oil Stove $1.00 Rife Gun

$12.00

15.00

Homestead 278 acres at $10 per acre

2780.00

84 acres improved prairie at $5

420.00

176 acres timber headright T. Linsy 6

1056.00

 

$5252.95





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