Probate Minutes - Volume A-1


Community Property

 

1 roan horse $100 sorrel mare $80 Filly 40

$220.00

1 horse colt bay 2YO (?) $40 1 brown colt $25

65.00

1 roan colt $25 14 head stock cattle $98

123.00

1 grind stone $2 2 choping (chopping) axes

$4.00

6.00

50 bu. wheat 75 per bu. to be measured

370.50

300 bu. corn 50 per bu. to be measured

150.00

40 bu. oats 50 per bu. to be measured

20.00

40 bu. rye 50 per bu. to be measured

20.00

1 rick of oats

40.00

3 chisels $2 3 files .75 coffey (coffee) mill &

meal chest $8

10.75

1 loom $7 Pine safe $2

9.00

1 spinning wheel $4.00 2 set And Irons

(andirons) $4

8.00

1 tea kettle $1.25 Water bucket .25

1.50

1 tea pot M. (molasses?) stand Honey dish

1.50

1 bed stead $8.00 sorrel filly $50

58.00

1 roan horse $50 2 pair cotton cards $10

60.00

 

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1000 lbs. Bacon more or less

$125.00

125 lbs. lard

15.00

6 empty barrels $5.00 3 pine boxes $2.25

7.25

2 dry hides

3.00

Total Community property

$1085.62

Total Separate

5252.95

Grand Total

$6338.57

 

A. T. Robertson

Elisha Chambers

Adison Wilson

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me March 25th, 1865.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

The following is a list of claims in favor of the Estate of JONAS DAWSON, deceased.

 

Against the C. S. A. for wheat

$933.83

Against William A. Brown

85.00

Against Peter Stegall

100.00

 

All in Confederate Money.

 

I certify that the foregoing contains a full and complete Inventory & list of Claims of the Estate of JONAS DAWSON deceased that have come to my knowledge this 24th April 1865.

J. M. Chipman

 

Sworn to before me April 24/65

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

Account of Sale

 

Sale Bill of the property belonging to the estate of D. P. MALLOW deceased sold on the 1st day of May 1865 on a credit of 12 months.

 

Articles

Purchasers’ Names

 

One Reeper (reaper)

Simmon P. Burns

$200.00

Bay Horse

William Fitzhugh

25.00

7 head of sheep

Jesse Stiff

7.00

1 feather bed

Nelson Gibson

43.00

2 straw beed (bed) ticks

S. D. Mallow

2.15

2 beed (bed) quilts

William Fitzhugh

3.25

1 Counterpain (counterpane)

Lewis Stiff

8.50

1 Quilt

B. D. Mallow

10.75

Sheet & Pillow slips

S. D. Mallow

2.30

1 Beed (bed) Blanket

S. D. Mallow

5.75

10 lb. Wool rolls

Alexander Hall

8.50

 

 

$318.20

 

 

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Amount Brot. Forward

$318.20

10 lb. wood

S. P. Burns

5.30

2 sacks

William Fitzhugh

2.25

ladle

S. D. Mallow

1.80

Candle Molds & spoon

William Fitzhugh

1.80

Lantern

Lewis Stiff

.40

Waiter & Tea Tray

S. D. Mallow

2.60

2 pictures

Mrs. E. C. Martin

.70

2 spoons

William Fitzhugh

1.50

Salt Stand

S. D. Mallow

.45

1 bowl

W. C. Stanford

.75

1 bowl

Mrs. G. A. Wilson

1.30

Set cups & saucers

Mrs. E. C. Martin

6.50

Caster Oil

W. C. Stanford

.85

6 lb. sugar

Mrs. E. C. Martin

3.96

Hand saw

Jesse Stiff

.25

Augers &c

Jesse Stiff

2.05

Fro

William Fitzhugh

1.00

 

 

$350.00

 

Sworn to before me this May 29th day 1865.

Buford Henry, Clerk

 

Account of Sale

 

An account of the sale of property sold at S. Coffey’s Collin County, Texas on the 5th day of May 1865 belonging to CATHARINE DIXON deceased of the County & State aforesaid as follows.

 

2 bowls

$1.10

S. Z. Lee

½ set C & saucers & 3 spoons

2.10

Mrs. Matlock

4 plates

1.40

Benj. Whisenant

1 sugar bowl

.25

S. Z. Lee

1 small dish

.60

Mrs. Coffey

1 lot glass plates knives &

forks

1.50

Mrs. Coffey

4 glass tumblers

1.75

Mrs. Coffey

1 lot glass pepper & vinegar

1.60

Dr. Wilson

1 pitcher

2.25

Mrs. Coffey

1 mettal (metal) pitcher

5.00

Dr. Wilson

1 tea pot

.25

E. Yantis

1 molasses bottle

.50

Mrs. Matlock

3 bottles & brimstone

1.25

Dr. Wilson

4 vials & contents

2.00

Dr. Wilson

1 syringe

.75

Mrs. Coffey

 

$22.30

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Amount Brot. Forward

$22.30

 

Scales & candle moulds

.55

A. D. Thomson

1 box sundries

2.50

John McKinney

1 Satchel

1.25

Mrs. Coffey

1 table & cloth

2.50

Dr. Wilson

1 table & cloth

1.75

Dr. Wilson

Window curtains

.50

S. Z. Lee

4 towels & table cloths

1.50

Dr. Wilson

2 boxes with buttons &c

.30

Jno. McKinney

1 pistol

.30

Wm. C. Roberts

1 square table

1.75

Mrs. Coffey

1 lot leather

2.00

Gallen McKinney

1 umbrella

.75

E. Yantis

1 Jar (4 gal.?)

1.00

Mrs. Coffey

1 Jar (8 gal.?)

1.05

Martin Epps

1 lot tin ware

.50

Mrs. Matlock

1 crock dipper &c

.65

Mrs. Coffey

1 Jar

.25

Mrs. P. Wetsel

1 Water bucket

1.15

L. R. Glaze

1 tin bucket & pan

3.25

Mrs. Matlock

1 crock & lantern

.50

Martin Epps

1 Churn

1.00

Martin Epps

1 Jug & Vinegar

.50

Dr. Wilson

1 Dimijohn

2.25

Mrs. Coffey

1 bucket & box

1.80

L. R. Glaze

1 jar & lard

2.75

John McKinney

1 jar & lard

.75

Mrs. Coffey

1 pr. Andirons

4.75

G. W. Ford

1 pr. shovel & tongs

1.10

E. Yantis

1 smoothing iron

1.25

Mrs. Coffey

1 smoothing iron

.75

W. C. Parker

1 Clock

3.00

Mc (?) J. Bays

1 sack seed cotton

.25

Martin Epps

2 meal sacks

.75

L. R. Glaize

2 meal sacks

2.00

John McKinney

2 meal sacks

3.10

G. W. Ford

1 molasses bbb (?)

6.00

J. B. Williams

1 ladies saddle

20.00

A. D. Thomas

3 chains

6.50

Mrs. Coffey

1 Arm chair

1.25

E. Yantis

1 small table & cloth

1.55

Wm. C. Parker

1 stand of soap

6.55

G. W. Ford

1 stand of soap

4.10

Mrs. P. Etsel

1 mare & colt

84.00

John McKinney

1 cow & yearling

13.25

L. R. Glaize

1 cow

8.25

Wm. C. Roberts

1 falling axe

.50

Martin Epps

1 lot of salt with sack

2.90

Wm Parkers

 

$230.90

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Oven & hooks

[not given]

Mrs. S. A. Lindsey

 

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Brot. forward

$230.90

 

Lot of salt with sack 60c

2.90

Wm. Parker

5 bushels wheat 60c

3.00

Martin Epps

5 bushels wheat 60c

3.00

Martin Epps

10 bush. wheat 68c

6.80

Martin Epps

Bacon at 13 ½ cts

 

Mrs. Peter Wetsel

 

$246.60

 

 

Foregoing Sale on a credit of twelve months.

Sale Coffy [Coffey], Executor of the Estate of CATHARINE DIXON, deceased.

G. McKinney, Clk.

 

Sworn to before me this May 26th 1865.

Buford Henry, Clk.

 

 

Sale Bill of the Estate of JACOB HOUTS deceased made on the 12th day of May 1865 by Samuel Young, administrator on a credit of 12 months.

 

1 brace

B. S. Shelburne

$1.25

1 hand saw

Louisa Witt

1.00

1 iron square

Louisa Witt

1.00

1 hand axe

Wm. Morrell

1.50

1 drawing knife

W. T. Hill

1.60

2 chisels

W. T. Hill

.50

3 chisels

Mimmiorial (sic) Forester

.50

3 chisels

W. T. Hill

.60

3 chisels & gauge

W. T. Hill

.25

1 pr. compasses

M. Forester

.25

1 hand vice (vise?)

Louisa Witt

.25

2 gauges 1 chisel

B. S. Shelburne

.25

3 chisels 1 punch

W. T. Hill

.25

2 chisels 1 square

Louisa Witt

.50

1 fore plain (plane?)

B. S. Shelburne

.50

1 jack plain (plane?)

B. S. Shelburne

.25

2 augers

Louisa Witt

.50

1 fore plain (plane?)

No bidder

 

2 small plains (planes?)

No bidder

 

1 foot ads

Louisa Witt

1.75

2 plain bits

B. S. Shelburne

.50

1 hand saw & set

W. T. Hill

2.00

6 plain bits

B. S. Shelburne

.25

 

 

$15.45

 

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Amount Brot. Forward

$15.45

2 square[s] 1 tape line

B. S. Shelburne

.55

1 Chisel

Wm. Morrell

.26

1 spoke shays

M. Forester

.35

1 saw & screw drum

W. T. Hill

.40

2 punches 1 monkey rench

(wrench?)

B. S. Shelburne

.15

1 chisel 1 oil stove

Louisa Witt

.50

1 book & clasp

Wm. Morrel

.25

2 books

W. T. Hill

.20

1 spirit level

Wm. Morrell

.25

1 tool box

Louisa Witt

1.25

1 Over Coat Fed

P. Spardly

9.00

1 saddle

Mitchel Tate

3.00

1 sorrel horse

W. T. Hill

20.00

1 cow and calf

W. T Hill

9.50

1 cow and calf

Stephen Marshall

11.50

1 y[ear old?] calf

W. T. Hill

10.00

1 5 (year old?) steers

W. T. Hill

20.00

1 1 (year old?) steers

W. T. Hill

2.50

1 1 (year old?) steers

W. T. Hill

4.36

1 1 (year old?) heifer

Joseph Bacus

4.00

1 1 (year old?) heifer

W. T. Hill

4.50

1 1 (year old?) steer

W. T. Hill

2.50

1 cow

W. T. Hill

10.25

1 cow

W. T. Hill

9.00

2 4 (year old?) steers

W. T. Hill

16.00

1 3 (year old?) steers

Joseph Bacus

6.50

1 cow

Louisa Witt

8.00

1 cow

Louisa Witt

9.00

1 cow

Louisa Witt

5.00

1 cow

Louisa Witt

6.75

1 cow

Louisa Witt

8.00

1 cow and calf

Louisa Witt

6.50

 

 

$202.35

 

I certify that I acted as Clerk of the sale of the personal property of JACOB HOUTS decd. sold by Samuel Young Administrator on the 12th day of May 1865.

P. H. Spradley, Clerk.

 

Bill sworn to and subscribed this 29th day of May 1865.

 

Wm. H. Holliday, Justice Peas.

his

Saml. X Young, Admr.

Mark

Personally appeared Saml. Young Admr. of the Estate of JACOB HOUTS and made oath that the foregoing account of sale is a just and full account of the same this May 29th, 1865.

Buford Henry, Clerk Co. Ct.

 

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Sale Bill of Property belonging to the heirs of A. B. MALLOW, deceased.

 

Articles

Purchasers’ Names

Amt.

1 bed tick

E. C. Martin

$1.30

1 bed quilt

W. C. Stanford

3.10

Waiter & Sausage stuffer

S. D. Mallow

2.35

1 Slate

E. C. Martin

.60

1 salt stand

S. D. Mallow

.55

1 bowl

E. C. Martin

.55

1 tea pot

E. C. Martin

1.55

1 stone jar

W. C. Stanford

2.25

6 lb. sugar

E. C. Martin

3.96

1 glass jar

E. C. Martin

1.10

1 rifle gun

Jesse Stiff

5.50

1 reel

E. C. Martin

.75

1 pr. geer (gear?) & old

harness

Jesse Stiff

1.00

Bed Stead

E. C. Martin

.25

 

 

$24.81

 

The above property was sold on the 1st day of May 1865 on a credit of twelve months.

J. O. Straughan

 

Sworn to before me this May 29th, 1865.

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

Inventory and appraised value of the Community Property

of JAMES WILMETH deceased & NANCY WILMETH his surviving wife.

 

One bay horse colt

$25.00

One gray mare

75.00

One bay mare

60.00

One brown pony

20.00

Yoke of oxen

40.00

Sorrel filly

50.00

Sorrel horse

30.00

One wagon

50.00

One Plow

2.50

160 acres of land in Parker Co. Tx.

160.00

316 acres of land in Dallas Co. Tx.

948.00

 

$1450.00

 

We the undersigned do hereby certify that the foregoing contains a correct Inventory and appraisement of the property as above stated this April 24th 1865.

 

W. C. Robert

S. Coffey

 

Sworn to before me this April ?. 1865

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

 

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The following is a list of the Community property of MATILDA JENKINS and her deceased husband JACKSON JENKINS and its valuation.

 

4 cows and calves at $12.00 each

$48.00

2 Year Old stock cattle

10.00

1 sorrel mare and colt

100.00

1 bay mare and colt

75.00

1 sorrel filly 3 years old

80.00

1 gray filly

50.00

1 sorrel mare

100.00

1 bay horse

100.00

1 old roan mare

10.00

1 wagon and harness

50.00

1 carriage and harness

75.00

2 plows

4.00

1 lot of tools

3.50

Household and kitchen furniture

100.00

1 gun

12.00

2 saddles

18.00

80 bushels of wheat a[t] 1.00

80.00

30 bu. corn 1.00

30.00

40 bu. barley 50c

20.00

11 bee gums 2.00

22.00

1 sythe (scythe) & cradle and mowing sythe

(scythe)

5.00

1 lot barrels & half bushel

12.00

2 sheep

6.00

13 hed (head) of stock hogs a[t] 1.00

13.00

25 acres of timber F. T. Duffau (?) headright

a[t] 5.00

125.00

80 acres of the Jonathan Philips Headright

a[t] $7.00 per acre

560.00

 

E. D. McCoy

Appraisers

S. G. Furguson

 

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

 

Buford Henry, Clerk.

 

I certify that the foregoing Inventory contains a full list of all the community property and claims belonging to the Estate of J. JENKINS, decd. and myself that has come to my knowledge.

Matilda Jenkins

 

Sworn to before me this 4th day of Jan. 1865.

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

 

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In the name of God, Amen.

 

I, JOHN D. GRAVES of the County of Collin and State of Texas, being of sound mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, do therefore make ordain publish and declare this to be my last will and testament, that is to say after all my lawful debts are paid and discharged, the residue of my estate, real and personal, I give bequeath and dispose of as follows: to wit, to my beloved wife, MARY JANE GRAVES, I give my negro boy Peter and negro girl Fannie for her life time, and after that they are to be equally divided between my children. To my wife, MARY JANE GRAVES, all my land and stock during her natural life, afterwards to be equally divided amongst my children, my wife to have the privilege during her life of giving any of my property to any of my children, so that she give it to them in equal proportions. I also wish my wife to dispose of any portion or all of the property named in the will, as she may think best for herself and children just as I would do if I were living. I also desire my wife to dispose of at private sale of any of my property for the purpose of paying my debts.

In witness whereof I hereunto subscribe my name and affix my seal using a scroll for seal. This the first day of March A. D. 1865 Eighteen Hundred and Sixty Five.

 

Attest: R. A. Taylor

M. M. Naylor John D. Graves

A. Walker

R. Walker

 

State of Texas Now at this day personally appeared Andrew Walker, in open court and

County of Collin takes the following oath to wit: I, Andrew Walker do solomy (solemnly) swear that I am over the age of 14 years and was at the time of signing the foregoing Will of J. D. GRAVES as a witness, and that the said J. D. GRAVES signed the same in my presence and in the presences of M. M. Naylor and R. Walker and that the said J. D. GRAVES did acknowledge that the….

 

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…foregoing instrument of writing contains his last will and testament and called upon me, the said Andrew Walker, R. Walker and M. M. Naylor to sign the same as witnesses.

Andrew Walker

 

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

 

J. M. Benge, Clerk Collin County Court

 

 

Inventory and appraisement of the Community property of HIRAM SCOTT, deceased and MARY ANN SCOTT, his surviving wife.

 

One Horse

$50.00

One Old Pony Mare and colt

25.00

One Pony Horse

20.00

Small two years old mule

30.00

8 head of stock cattle $5.00 pr head

40.00

59 ½ acres prairie land

288.00

10 acres timber land

50.00

 

$503.00

 

 

Andrew J. Lewis, E. Compton and G. H. Fitzhugh appraisers appointed by the Probate Court of Collin County, to make an inventory and appraise the community property of HIRAM SCOTT deceased and his surviving wife MARY ANN SCOTT being duly sworn say that the foregoing is a full & complete inventory and appraisement of all the community property of said estate that has come to their knowledge.

A. J. Lewis

E. Compton

G. H. Fitzhugh

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th day of Oct. A. D. 1865.

L. M. Martin, C. J. C. C.

 

I, M. A. Scott do solemnly swear that the within and foregoing inventory and list of property of HIRAM SCOTT is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

 

Mary Ann Scott.

 

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th day of Oct. A. D. 1865.

 

L. M. Martin, C. J. C. C.

 

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Inventory and appraisement of the property of ROBERT C. WHISNANT, deceased.

 

Community Property

 

640 acres land (six hundred & forty $3 pr. acre

$1920.00

80 acres land (eighty) $3 pr. acre

240.00

 

Separate Property

 

One black mare and colt ten years old

80.00

One black horse colt 2 years old

35.00

One yellow horse colt 3 years old

50.00

One sorrel mare and colt 7 years old

100.00

One bay yearling horse colt

25.00

One sorrel baldface mare 11 yrs. old

75.00

One yearling filly out of baldface mare

35.00

One paint mare 5 years old

100.00

One paint mare 9 yrs. old

40.00

One sorrel filly 2 yr. old

55.00

One sorrel filly 2 yr. old hipped (?)

35.00

One sorrel 2 yr. old horse colt

40.00

One bay horse 4 year old

70.00

One bay filly 3 year old

70.00

One Gray filly 3 year old

70.00

One stear (steer) 14 year old

10.00

Four Cows & Calves

40.00

One rife gun

7.00

One ring & staple chain, two hoes, one axe,

two hammers

7.00

Two tables, one bed stead, one chest, two

chairs

5.00

Two beds, two coverlids (coverlets), one

comfort[er]

20.00

Two pots

1.00

 

We the undersigned appraisers appointed by the Chief Justice of Collin County, certify on oath that the foregoing appraisement has been well and truly made by us.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 27th day of November A. D. 1865.

 

S. Coffee [Coffey]

F. J. Vance J. P. C. C. G. W. Ford

J. M. McKinney

 

List of claims in favor of the Est. of R. C. WHISENANT, deceased.

One note signed R. R. Tucker, payable on or

before the first day of May 1858 for one

Thousand Dollars, credited by fifty dollars

Prior to said notes maturing

$950.00

One note against T. R. Bowen (seventy eight)

Due in 1861.

78.00

 

I certify that the above and foregoing list and inventory is a full and complete inventory and list of the property and claims of R. C. WHISENANT, deceased that has come to my knowledge.

Hugh Whisenant, Admr. of R. C. Whisenant, decd.

 

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Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th day of November A. D. 1865.

 

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

 

State of Texas

Nov. 1865

Collin County

To the Hon. the Probate Court of Collin County. We, Geo. White & W. Sachse commissioners appointed at the last term of said Court and John Tarpley acting by request to make partition and distribution of the estate of JOHN W. PARKER and of his children DAVID PARKER and LOUISIANA PARKER all deceased would beg leave to make the following report to wit:

They valued the separate estate of JOHN W. PARKER deceased at $100.00

The advancements heretofore received by WM. C. PARKER, SARAH WILSON and M. J. PARKER the widow of THOS. PARKER deceased were found after a valuation of all the estate were to be greater than a child’s share of the estate. But in valuing the community estate the commissioners took their advancements as far as a child’s share extended, after taking out $8.33 share of each in separate property to each $85.73.

The advemt. of $20.00 to SAM PARKER, the sum of $14.00 due from M. E. PARKER, Sr.., due for him of Negro the sum of $20.00 a part of the $60.13 due from W. C. PARKER for the hire of negro & $20.00 due from M. E. PARKER, SR. for a stear (steer) and cow and calf sold for corn, all of which they placed with the community property found and the value of the community estate was then found to be $1629.00

The commissioners then proceeded to make the partition and distribution of the said separate estate as required by the order of said court and in the manner prescribed by law. They also proceeded in like manner to partition and distribute the share set apart to the Estates of DAVID PARKER and LOUISIANNA PARKER, both decd.

The following is a description of the property set apart as aforesaid to the several heirs entitled from the said their estates.

 

To MARY E. PARKER, SR.

 

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A lot in the town of Decatur on a survey in the

Name of J. W. Maxwell No. 2 Block 3 on which is situated a dwelling house also a lot situated

near or NW of the same No. Block 23 and once

picketed as a garden, also a grocery situated

on a lot owned by M. J. Parker valued as

$350.00

Sorrel Mare

70.00

Black Mare

55.00

Stud Horse

65.00

Sucking Colt mare

25.00

Yoke Stears (steers)

35.00

Cow & calf, Black, White belly & face

10.00

Cow & calf, muly, read, spotted in white

12.00

Cow and calf, brindle, white sport (spot?) in

body & face

12.00

Cow & calf Muly read

12.00

Stear (steer) 4 year old Black, motley white

face

14.00

Stear 4 year old White, Redish (reddish) head

& neck

15.00

Stear 4 year old White, Black spot in forehead

14.00

Stear 3 year old brown

11.00

Stear 3 year old red a little spotted

11.00

Cow & Calf black & white old

6.00

Cow & Calf red

12.00

Cow & Calf red & white

12.00

Heiffer (heifer) 1 year old roan faced

6.00

Stear 2 year old spots on neck and bodie

(body)

8.00

Heifer 1 year old white spots on neck

5.00

Steer 1 year old Whitish belly spot on left

sholder (shoulder)

5.00

Heifer 1 year old black nose & blackish neck

5.00

Heifer 2 year old brown redish (reddish) back

& nose

8.00

Steer 2 year old red sided white back & belly

8.00

Steer 1 year old Black End tail white

5.00

Heifer 2 year old White

8.00

Heifer 2 year old Dr. ears & nose black

8.00

Cow & Calf and steer sold for corn

20.00

Plows, 2 bells, tools, bed and household

Property not described and set apart to other

Heirs, all valued at

118.50

7 hogs valued before being fed corn at

28.00

2 shoats

4.00

Due Estate for hire of negro

14.00

Wagon

30.00

90 cents less than her share

$1021.50

 

To ELIZA SIDWELL

 

Mare 2 yr. old black

40.00

Cow Brindle (bell finger)

11.00

Bead (bed) & Stead

35.00

2 chains

1.50

Boxes 50c¢ smoothing iron 50¢

1.00

Fire Irons $2.00 Glass jar 50¢

2.50

43 cents more than share

$91.00

 

 

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Also an interest in landed estate hereinafter described.

 

To SAMUEL PARKER

 

Advancement

$20.00

Sucking Colt Horse bay

25.00

Bed 30.00 trunk 1.00 glass jar .50

31.50

Plow (diamond) no stock at Sidwell’s shop

3.00

Shoat 2.00 Shot gun 12.00

14.00

$2.97 more than share

$93.50

 

To MARY E. PARKER, JR.

 

Bead (bed) & stead

32.00

Sorrel Mare spot in face

65.00

$10.44 more than share

$97.00

 

Also interest in landed estate hereinafter described.

 

To LAURENCE PARKER

 

Bay horse one year old

30.00

Heifer 1 yr. old white, red nose & eyes

6.00

Steer 1 year old brindle & spotted, white face

5.00

Heifer 1 year old red, white belly, a muly

5.00

Heifer 1 year old red, white belly, white speck

in the head

5.00

Heifer 1 year old brindle, white belly

5.00

Steer 1 year old red, a white heart in face

5.00

Cow brown, a little white on belly

10.00

Cow black & white, white face & black eye

10.00

$5.50 less than share

$81.00

 

Also interest in landed estate hereinafter described.

 

To LAURA B. PARKER

 

Yoke of steers old & gentle

40.00

Cow Brindle

10.00

Steer 1 yr. old belly & top sholders (shoulders)

white

5.00

Heifer 3 yr. old spotted belly, red & brown sides

10.00

Steer 2 yr. old mule, white, red spots on neck

8.00

Heifer 2 yr. old pale red

8.00

$5.50 less than share

$81.00

 

Also interest in landed estate hereinafter described.

 

To DESDEMONE PARKER

 

Mare dark bay

65.00

Cow, muly, brown, white face

10.00

Cow & calf, black at W. C. Parker’s

12.00

44 cents more than share

$87.00

 

Also interest in landed estate hereinafter described.

 

To W. C. PARKER

 

Advancement up to

94.06

A part of due to estate for hire of Negro

18.00

Full share

$103.74

 

To SARAH WILSON

 

Advancement up to

94.96

Eighteen dollars due estate for a steer

Disposed of by W. C. Parker

18.00

$1.60 less than share

$112.06

 

 

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To M. J. PARKER

 

Advancement up to

$94.06

Her full share

$94.06

 

The commissioners would further report that they have bout Lot No. 2 in Block No. 6 in the town of Decater on which is situated a store house and 7 acres a survey in the name of M. J. Demaniez deeded to said J. W. PARKER deceased by A. J. Seabourn incapable of a division without manifest inquiry and have valued the same, the said lot at $125.00

and the said 7 acres at $14.99 amounting to $139.00

This property in the above division has been set apart exclusively to ELIZA SIDWELL, SAMUEL PARKER, MARY E. PARKER, JR. LAURANCE PARKER, LAURA B. PARKER & DESTIMONE PARKER, and the proceeds thereof after sale, land after making their respective share as set forth in the foregoing report to what each is entitled is to be equally divided between the said six heirs.

However there will be due therefrom to MARY E. PARKER the sum of $90.00

And to SARAH WILSON the sum of 1.68

 

The commissioners would further remark that there is left undivided the sum of $40.13 a part of a sum due from W. C. PARKERS for hire of a negro and also all their uncollected debts due from persons other than heirs.

All of which is respectfully submitted.

 

Geo. White

W. Sachse Commissioners

John Tarpley

 

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

 

 

Report of sale by David B. & Mundona Davis, Admr. & admr. of the Estate of PETER E. ROBERTS decd. The said administrators would represent that he sold in pursuance to the order of this Court entered at last term in Collin County on the fifteenth day of November….

 

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…Inst. the following property to the persons and the amounts named.

 

Property Sold

Name of Purchasers

Amount

One Stud horse

Peter Whitsel

$56.00

One Steer

W. R. Dugar

$8.85

One Bull

J. Phillips

$7.50

One Bull

W. R. Dugar

$8.00

85 acres of land

W. R. Dugar at $2.75 pr. acre

$233.75

 

 

The foregoing property was sold at Public outcry to the highest bidder on twelve month credit. There was sold for cash to the highest bidder U. S. Legal tender notes the following property.

One yoke 4 yer (year) old steers to W. R. Dugar $20.00

The said David S. Davis says that he is informed that the sale of said land should have been made at the Court House door. Wherefore he asks for an order to sell said land again at the Court House door, also to sell a tract of 50 acres of land not heretofore returned upon the Inventory survey to P. E. Roberts by A. W. Ball & H. Greer a part of the Bridges League in the County of Denton, Texas.

I. D. B. Davis administrator of the Estate of P. E. ROBERTS Decd. do solemnly swear that the foregoing is a correct sale bill of the property of said deceased as this day sold by me this 27th day of November 1865.

D. B. Davis

 

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

L. M. Martin, C. J. C. C.

 

 

Report of sale made by S. Coffe (Coffey) Ex. Of the Estate of K. DIXON, Decd.

 

25 bu. wheat a 60¢ D. B. Davis

$15.00

25 bu. wheat a 65¢ Wm. Coffe

16.25

25 bu. wheat a 70¢ L. M. Martin

17.50

25 bu. wheat a 75¢ L. M. Martin

26.60

35 bu. wheat a 50¢ B. F. Gamble

25.00

50 bu. corn a 52¢ B. R. Gamble

26.00

33 bu. corn a 55¢ B. R. Gamble

18.15

50 bu. corn a 50¢ W. R. Dugar

25.00

50 bu. corn a 55¢ W. R. Dugar

27.50

50 bu. corn a 55¢ W. S. Coffee (Coffey)

27.50

Total amount

$224.50

 

 

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The foregoing property was sold at the late residence of K. DIXON at public outcry to the highest bidder on credit of twelve months note & security taken.

S. Coffee

 

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

L. M. martin, C. J. C. C.

 

 

Sale Bill of a part of the estate of A. B. PERRIN, deceased as sold Nov. 11th, 1865.

 

Article Sold

Names of purchasers

Amount

One cow & calf

R. F. Mathews

6.50

One cow & calf

Preston Leach

7.10

One 2 yr. old heifer

Preston Leach

4.50

One 2 yr. old steer

J. H. Bledsoe

14.25

One calf

R. H. Brown

2.00

One Sorrell Mare

R. H. Brown

51.50

One set of harness

Joseph Russel (Russell?)

27.50

One pair gear

J. H. Bledsoe

2.60

One pair gear

James Wilson

5.50

One broad axe

R. H. Brown

1.65

One hand axe

H. Butcher

2.35

One grind stone

B. F. Mathews

7.00

One shovel

B. F. Mathews

2.00

One cross cut saw

L. Handcock

4.75

One chain pump

Peter Whitsel

1.25

One hackle & box

John Collins

1.85

One lot of books

J. C. Fain

4.00

One lot of books

J. C. Fain

1.00

One keg White lead

S. B. M. Fowler

1.50

One brace & bit

R. H. Brown

3.00

One square

Preston Leach

1.55

One hammer & auger

John Whisenant

1.40

One wedge & Axe

James Wilson

1.00

One iron wedge

John Whisenant

.40

One half bu. measure

H. Butcher

2.00

One double Tree & Sythe

(scythe) blade

James Wilson

.50

One plain (plane?)

H. C. Thomas

5.00

25 lbs. nails

R. H. Brown

6.75

8 lbs. nails

B. F. Mathews

.80

1 feather bed

John Collins

25.20

1 matrass (mattress) & bolster

James Wilson

8.50

 

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Matrass (mattress) & bolster

James Wilson

$5.50

Coverlet & sheet

John Collins

11.50

 

 

I the undersigned adminr. of the Estate of A. B. PERRIN Decd. so solemnly swear that the foregoing contains a correct sale bill of the property of said deceased as this day sold by me this Nov. 11th, 1865.

Ellen Thomas

 

Sworn to before me this day and date above written.

F. J. Vance.

 

Inventory and appraisement of the Community Property belonging to the Estate

of JOHN UPSHAW, deceased.

 

1 Bay Mare (bell on)

Branded J U

$100.00

1 Clay Bank Mare

Branded J U

75.00

1 Dun filly 2 yr. old

Branded J U

75.00

1 Sorrel filly 1 yr. old

Branded J U

60.00

1 Black Mare (belled)

Branded J U

75.00

1 Bay 3 yr. old filley (filly)

Branded J U

120.00

1 paceing (pacing) bay 3 yr.

old filly

Branded J U

100.00

1 sorrel one eyed mare

Branded J U

60.00

1 iron gray mare

Branded J U

125.00

1 brown yearling coalt (colt)

Branded J U

35.00

1 sucking colt

Branded J U

20.00

1 bay 3 yr. old filly spot in

(on?) forehead

Branded J U

85.00

1 black ponny (pony) mare

Branded J U

40.00

1 iron gray horse

Branded J U

80.00

1 dark iron gray stud colt

Branded J U

80.00

1 sorrel horse colt

Branded J U

45.00

1 mule colt

Branded J U

40.00

1 sorrel 3 yr. old horse star

in (on?) forehead

Branded J U

80.00

1 sorrel horse 3 white feet

Branded J U

75.00

1 bay five yr. old ponny (pony)

horse

Branded J U

45.00

1 dark bay three yr. old horse

Branded J U

45.00

1 dark bay work horse

Branded J U

60.00

1 brown horse colt not

branded

 

35.00

1 dun horse

Branded J U

50.00

1 bay sway back mare brand

J U

 

60.00

1 large black mule no brand

 

125.00

1 one wagon & one pr.

harness

 

75.00

 

 

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Amt Bot. Forward $1895.00 (?)

 

One pair plow gear

$3.00

One bed & bed clothing

60.00

One bed & bed clothing

60.00

One bed & bed clothing

85.00

3 chairs

1.50

1 trunk

3.00

1 trunk

1.00

1 jar

.60

1 pitcher

.30

1 lot queenswear (queens ware) & glassware

10.00

1 lot tools

3.00

1 lot castings

3.00

1 side saddle

10.00

1 wagon sheet

3.00

1 lot of medical books

6.00

1 history

1.50

1 choping (chopping) axe

1.00

1 box medicine

2.00

1 lot surgical instrument

10.00

1 pill bags & contents

5.00

1 pr. candle moulds (molds)

1.00

1 hammer & pinchers

.50

1 bucket

.25

1 smoothing iron & shovel

1.00

1 tin Trumpet

.25

1 bridle

1.30

1 half bushel measure

.25

 

$2100.65

 

 

Inventory and appraisement of the separate property belonging to the estate of JNO. UPSHAW, decd.

 

One black horse branded J U

$120.00

One light dun 2 yr. old horse branded J U

50.00

One bay colt not branded

40.00

One sorrel mare

15.00

 

$225.00

 

The undersigned appraisers appointed by the Court to appraise the Community & separate property of JNO. UPSHAW deceased being duly sworn upon oath says that the foregoing is a full and complete inventory and just appraisement of all the property belonging to the estate of said deceased that has come to their knowledge.

James N. Cope

John M. Cope

Harrison Brummett

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28th day of Nov. 1865.

 

L. M. Martin, C. J. C. C.

 

Miles Graves being duly sworn upon oath say that the…

 

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…foregoing is a full and complete inventory and appraisement of all the property belonging to the Estate of JOHN UPSHAW, his intestate that has come to his knowledge and that he knows of no claims in favor of said estate against any person or citizen of this state or who has any effects within the state.

Miles Graves.

 

Sworn to & subscribed before me this 28th day of November, 1865.

L. M. Martin, C. J. C. C.

 

 

Certificate of appraisement of the property belonging to the Estate of

MASON W. COPE late of Collin County Deceased.

 

95 ½ acres of land off of the North side of the Giminees Survey appraised at six dollars pr. acre

 

1 saddle horse yellow

100.00

1 bay mare

125.00

1 bay mare

125.00

1 sorrel colt

40.00

2 beef steers

28.00

18 stock cattle

108.00

1 wagon

75.00

1 Ox yoke 2 log chains

6.00

1 choping (chopping) axe

1.00

1 broad axe

3.00

1 cross cut saw

3.00

1 hand saw

.75

1 shanghai plow

7.00

1 steel plow

3.50

1 auger 1 grubing (grubbing) hoe

1.00

1 rifle gun

12.00

3 chairs

1.50

1 kettle & dinner pot

4.50

1 stand table

2.00

1 feather bed sheet & counterpin (counterpane)

10.00

1 gallon stone ware

1.40

1 sadle (saddle)

6.00

1 side saddle

7.00

1 pr. sillyards (steelyards)

1.25

2 weereing (weaving?) reeds

.75

1 small pr. stillyards (steelyards)

1.00

1 school table

.25

 

 

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One trunk

2.00

One small tin trunk

1.00

One comfort & sheet

3.50

One pan & irons

4.00

One small pan

1.00

One brass kettle

1.50

One fire shovel & teakettle

1.00

 

1.50

150 bu. corn at 50¢ pr. bu.

75.00

32 bu. wheat a[t] 1.00 pr. bu.

32.00

1 spinning wheel

1.50

300 lbs. cotton seed a[t] 3¢ pr. lb.

9.00

 

We the undersigned appraisers appointed by the County Court Collin County do certify on oath that the foregoing appraisements has been well and truly made by us this November 27th 1865.

M. W. C. Frazier

Miles Graves

Harrison Brummett

 

Sworn to & subscribed before me this the 28th day of Nov. 1865.

J. M. Benge, Clerk.

 

We do solemnly swear that the foregoing is a full and complete Inventory and appraisement of all the property belonging to the Estate of MASON W. COPE deceased that has come to our knowledge and that we know of no claim in favor of the estate.

 

James M. Cope

John M. Cope

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 28th day of Nov. 1865.

J. M. Benge, Clerk.

 

 

 

General Hospital at Mansfield, Louisiana June 1st A. D. 1864.

 

I, RICHARD T. GRAVES do this day make my last will and testament testifying my will in the presence of the undersigned witnesses. First: my soul to Jesus Christ, my body to the tomb. Second: All my real estate consisting of five hundred acres of land lying in the State of Texas, Collin County. I do will to my wife MARY JANE GRAVES and her four heirs, viz: SARAH ELIZABETH GRAVES, RICHARD GRAVES…

 

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…FRANCIS ANN GRAVES and MARY ANGELINE GRAVES, all of my personal property consisting of horses, cattle, sheep, hogs and other property and all notes and accounts and all dues from the confederate states of America. ??? this day will to my wife MARY JANE GRAVES and her heirs for their use so long as they shall live. My wife can give to her four heirs any of the above named real estate or property at any time she choose and any quantity to each one as she may see fit to do providing she will use no partiality in the distributing to each one, all receiving an equal share. My negro woman HARIET (sic) I also will to my wife and her four heirs to be appropriated to their use so long as they shall live. I RICHARD T. GRAVES a citizen of Collin County, Texas and a member of Company (I) of Chism Regiment of 2nd Texas Partisin (Partisan) Rangers, being severely wounded in my right arm and sholder (shoulder) and now before I am dangerously ill being in my proper mind and feeling entirely clam and composed and sane do make the above last will and testament desiring this to be carried out to the very letter. To prevent having an administrator or administatrix executor or executrix aside from my own wife MARY JAN GRAVES.

her (his)

Signed Richard F. X Graves

mark

 

Attested By: J. M. Draper M. T. Bryant Benton Tidwell

J. W. Carpenter T. R. Berry Jones Tidwell

 

The State of Texas I. Wm. Bramlett Chief Justice in and for the State and County

Lamar County aforesaid by virtue of a commission to me directed from the County Court of Collin County, Texas have caused Jones Tidwell a witness in said commission to appear before me and after being duly sworn, true answers to make the interrogatories accompanying said common the said witness swearing thereto says:

 

To. Intrg. 1st says I am 30 years old named Jones Tidwell and reside in Lamar County, Texas – Instr. 2nd I was acquainted with RICHARD T. GRAVES late a citizen of Collin County – 1nt. 34d RICHARD T. GRAVES died in Mansfield, La. He died in June 1865. He made a will I am one of the subscribing witnesses thereto. I was called upon by said deceased to subscribe my name as a witness to said will which I signed or caused to e signed as a subscribing witness. Int. 4th says he has examined the accompanying instrument of writing headed General Hospital, Mansfield, La June the first A. D. 1865 purtaining (pertaining) to the last will and testament of RICHARD T. GRAVES and signed by him by making his…

 

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Mark and subscribed by J. M. Draper, J. W. Carpenter, M. T. Bryant, T. R. Berry, Benton Tidwell and Jones Tidwell as witnesses, and which said instrument is marked by print figures 137 & 138 in blue ink was declared by the said RICHARD T. GRAVES to be his last will and testament and I was called upon by the said GRAVES to sign the same as a witness and my name thereto signed was made at the request of the same RICHARD T. GRAVES.

 

his

Jones X Tidwell

mark

State of Texas

Lamar County I, Wm. Bramlett, Chief Justice in and for said Lamar County do hereby certify that the fact to me stated as aforesaid are true and that the foregoing answers were by the said witness JONES TIDWELL sworn to and subscribed before me.

 

Given under my official signature & seal of said Count this 24th day of October A. D. 1865.

Wm. Bramlett, C. J. C. C.

 

 

To the Honorable the County Court of Collin County exercising probate jurisdiction.

The undersigned having been appointed commissioners at the Oct. Term 1865 of your Honor’s Court to make partition and distribution of the estate both real and personal of THOMPSON and ABIGAIL HELMS deceased would beg leave to submit the following report to wit:

After repairing to the land sought to distributed (sic) making a careful survey and examinations of the same, they find the tract to contain 605 acres, 122 acres out of the Headright of Robert Skaggs and 483 acres out of the headright of THOMPSON HELMS and do partition as follows:

 

To MARY HELMS we set apart Tract No. 1, containing 50 acres and bounded as follows: Beginning at a post in the center of Honey Creek and E. B. line of the headright survey of Robert Skaggs B F Forked spotted oak marked X standing on N. B. of creek N 71º W 113 links Thence North on said E B line 34 chains a post B F elm 4 inches dia. mark X W 70 W 50 lines do same mark N 69º W 51 links Thence West 27 chains and 50 links to center of Honey Creek B F Cotton wood 30 inches in dia. marked S 8º E 50 links Thence down the center of….

 

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…said creek to the place of beginning. We appraise the above tract at $12.12/100 pr. acre. We also set apart to the said MARY HELMS $22.49/100 in money.

 

To GEORGE HELMS we set apart $22.49/100 in money and tract No. 2 containing 72 acres valued at $8.41 per acre said tract is bounded as follows BEGINNING at the N E corner of Tract No. 1 Thence North on E. B. line of R. Skaggs headright survey 27 chains a post the N. E. corner thereof and S. E. corner of Thompson Helms Thence West along the S. B. line of said Helms 36 chains to the center of Honey Creek Thence down the center of said creed to the N. W. corner of Tract No. 1 Thence East 21 chains 50 links to the place of beginning.

 

To SARAH HELMS we set apart $221.49/100 in money and tract No. 3 containing 79 acres valued at $7.67 per acre. Said tract is bounded as follows. BEGINNING at the N E corner of Tract No. 2 being the S. E. corner of the headright survey of Thompson Helms Thence North 20 chains a post B F elm 15 markd X 5.50 ½ E 23 link hack same mark N 5.27 links Thence West 42 chains and 80 links to the center of Honey Creek Thence down the center of said creek to the N W corner of Tract No. 2 Thence East 36 chains to the place of beginning.

 

[plat not included]

 

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To FRANCES M. HELMS we set apart $271.49/100 in money and tract No. 4 containing 110 acres valued $5.05 per acre said tract is bounded as follows. Beginning at the N. E. corner of tract No. 3 Thence North 20 chains a post on the E. B. line of Thompson Helms B T hack marked X S 75 W 181 links Thence West 67 chins a post in the center of Honey Creek B F spotted oak standing on the E. B. of creek 10 inches in dia mark X East 81 links Thence down the center of said creed to the N W corner tract No. 3 Thence East 42 chains and 89 links to the place of beginning.

 

To JAMES HELMS we set apart $221.49/100 in money and tract No. 5 containing 142 acres land valued at $4.25/100 per acre said tract is bounded as follows, Beginning at the N. E. corner of tract No. 4 Thence North 20 chins a post on the E. B. line of Thompson Helms Thence West 75 chains to center of Honey Creek Thence down the center of said creed to the N W corner of tract No. 4 Thence East 67 chains to the place of beginning.

 

To AXIE ANN HELMS we set apart $237.10/100 in money and tract No. 6 containing 152 acres valued at $3.00/100 per acre said tract is bounded as follows – Beginning at the N E corner of tract No. 5 Thence North 20 chains a post the N E corner of Thompson Helms headright survey Thence West 77 chains to the center of Honey Creek Thence down the center of Honey Creek to the center of Honey Creek Thence down the center of Honey Creek to the N W corner fo tract No. 5 Thence West 75 chains to the place of beginning.

 

Money as follows

 

Cash

$1453.75

Advance to Axie Ann

$ 134.39

Expenses of partition including C fees

59.05

 

$1529.09 Net amount

 

Recapitulation

 

Axie Ann

152 acres valued at

$4.56

Cash $237.10

(adv. $134.39)

$827.48

James

142 acres valued at

$6.06

Cash $221.49

$827.48

Frances M.

110 acres valued at

$5.56

Cash $271.49

$827.49

Sarah T.

79 acres valued at

$6.06

Cash $221.49

$827.49

George

72 acres valued at

$6.06

Cash $221.49

$827.49

Mary

50 acres valued at

$6.06

Cash $221.49

$827.49

 

 

$1528.94

$4964.83

 

All of which is respectfully submitted.

 

A. T. Robertson

G. Steawert (Stewart?)

 

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Dec. the 18th A. D. 1865.

 

Appraised value of the estate of WM. DUNCAN Decd.

 

Forty acres of land at $3.00 pr acre

$120.00

One hand saw

.50

One oven

1.00

One set of silver spoons

6.00

One set of cups & saucers

1.00

One grindstone

2.00

One bed and two pillows

35.00

3 quilts

11.00

1 sheat (sheet)

.50

1 coverlit (coverlet)

1.00

 

$178.00

 

By. J. Brummett & J. Hunter.

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 28th day of Dec. 1865.

J. M. Benge, Clerk.

I, PERMELIA DUNCAN do hereby certify that the foregoing Inventory and appraisement is just and correct and that there are no claims in favor of the estate.

 

Permelia Duncan.

 

Sworn to subscribed before me this 17th day of Jan. 1866.

J. M. Benge, Clerk

 

 

The following is a list of and valuation of all the property real and personal, belonging to the estate of RICHARD T. GRAVES, Decd. made in accordance with order of County Court for the County of Collin State of Texas December 11th 1865.

A certain tract of land the homestead of the said Graves and on which Mrs. Jane Graves now resides 238 acres deeded by D. Helmsterler to R. T. Graves the 9th day of Sept. 1857, valued at $1500.00/100

$1500.00

A tract of timber land deed to R. T. Graves by C. & Mary Beal the 26th day of June 1858 of 245 acres valued at $2 per head (acre?)

490.00

40 head of good average stock horses at $50 pr head

2000.00

50 head of stock cattle more or less $5.00 pr head

250.00

54 head of sheep at $3 per head

162.00

32 stock & pork hogs

96.00

300 bushels of corn 50¢

75.00

75 bushels of wheat $1

75.00

1 wagon

75.00

 

 

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Farming utensils

25.00

One Bugy (buggy?) Irons

25.00

One debt due the estate from C. Beal

36.00

Household & kitchen furniture

150.00

Cash on hand

20.00

 

$5054.00

 

The above is all community property or property acquired during the marriage of said RICHD. & his wife JANE GRAVES.

Respectfully submitted

John K. Bumpass

Harrison Brummitt

John McKinne (McKinney?)

 

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 25th day of Dec. 1865.

J. M. Benge, Clerk.

 

I, MARY JANE GRAVES do solemnly swear that the foregoing is a true and correct inventory & appraisement of the property belonging to the Estate of R. T. GRAVES, Decd.

M. Jane Graves

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 25th day of Decr. 1865.

 

 

To the Honorable L. M. Martin, Chief Justice of Collin County, Texas.

We the undersigned commissioners appointed to appraise the property of the estate of JOHN D. NELSON deceased beg leave to submit the following Inventory, it being the separate property of said NELSON.

 

75 acres of land out of the Susana Walker survey valued at $3 pr.

$225.00

10 acres of land out of the Susana Walker deed miss (?) placed $3

$ 30.00

75 acres of land out of the Susana Walker headright at $1

$ 75.00

 

$330.00

 

John Hendrix

Jacob Moore

 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 23rd day of December 1865.

D. D. Grayham, Justice [of] Peace

 

I, A. H. NEATHERY do hereby certify that the foregoing & within contains a correct inventory and appraisement of the property of JOHN D. NELSON, deceased.

 

A. H. Neathery





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