Collin County Probate Minutes E


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Novr. Term 1882


The State of Texas Be it remembered

Collin County that on this the 3rd

The same being the 20th

day of November A. D. 1881 there was begun and holden at the Court House in the city of McKinney a regular term of the Hon. County Court of Collin County for the transaction of Civil and probate business.

Present and presiding the Hon. T. C. Goodner County Judge, Wms. Warden Sheriff and J. W. Waddill Clerk of said Court when the following proceeding were had to wit:


Ordered that Court adjourn until Wednesday Morning Novr. 22nd 1882 at 9 oclock.


Wednesday morning 9 o’clock Court met pursuant to adjournment. Officers as of Monday.



SUSAN BRADLEY Novr. 22nd 1881

vs. Est. of applcn. [application] for Guardrshp.

TOMMIE BRADLEY

Minor Now on this day came on

to be heard the application of

Mrs. SUSAN BRADLEY for letters of Guardianship upon the Estate of TOMMIE BRADLEY a minor and appearing to the Court that said application had been given as required by law and that said applicant was a suitable person to receive such appointment it is ordered that said applicant be and she is hereby appointed Guardian of said estate and that letters of Guardianship issue to her upon entering into bond in the sum of Seven hundred dollars conditioned as the law requires and taking the oath prescribed by Law.


Application

The State of Texas Guardianship of TOMMIE

Collin County BRADLEY a minor




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In County Court Novr. Term 1882


To the Honorable County Court of said County.

Your petitioner respectfully show[s] that TOMMIE BRADLEY is a female and a minor about four years old residing in the County of Collin and without any lawful guardian of her Estate, and is entitled to an Estate of the estimated value of Three hundred and fifty or four hundred Dollars consisting of Money that will come into the hands of F. M. DAVIDSON admr. of the Estate of T. T. BRADLEY deceased and that your petitioner SUSAN BRADLEY resides in Collin County State of Texas and has custody of said minor in said County. Wherefore she prays that she be appointed Guardian of the Estate of said minor.


SUSAN BRADLEY

Petitioner


Filed Sept. 29th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.


Probate Notice


The State of Texas In the County Court.

County of Collin To the Novr. Term 1882

The State of Texas

To the Sheriff or any Constable of Collin County Greetings. You are hereby commanded to cause to be posting in three of the most public places in your County one of which shall be at the Court House door copies of the following notice.

The State of Texas. To all persons interested in the Guardianship of the Estate of TOMMIE BRADLEY a minor, SUSAN BRADLEY has filed in the County Court of Collin County an application for letters of Guardianship of the Estate of said minor which will be heard at the next term of said Court commencing on the 3rd Monday in Novr. 1882 at the Court House in the city of McKinney at which time all persons interested in said minor may appear and contest said application if they see proper.




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Herein fail not under penalty of the law and of this writ make due return.

Issued the 29th day of Sept. 1882.

Witness J. W. Waddill clerk of said

Court and the seal there of at office

L.S. in the city of McKinney this 20th day

of Sept. 1882.

J. W. Waddill clerk of the

County Court of Collin County



DEE HASKINS guardn. Wednesday Novr. 22nd 1882

Est. of Annual Report

Wm. BRADLEY minor On this day it is ordered that the filing

of the Annual Report of DEE HASKINS guardian be noted in the Minutes of this Court.




W. W. S. HARRIS Guardian Wednesday Novr. 22nd 1882

Est. of Report of sale of Land

MINNIE D. & F. P. HARRIS

Minors On this day it is ordered

that the filing of the report of sale of land filed by said Guardian be noted in the minutes.



J. N. STALLINGS Admr. Wednesday Novr. 22nd 1882

Est. of

JOHN RATLIFF Decd. At this term of the Court came

on to be heard the application of J. N. STALLINGS for permanent letters of administration on the Estate of JOHN RATLIFF Deceased and it appearing that said J. N. STALLINGS is a suitable person to receive such appointment and is not disqualified to act as said administrator. It is ordered that permanent letters of administration (illegible) upon said Estate upon his entering into bond in the sum of One hundred dollars conditioned as the law requires and taking the oath prescribed by law. It is further ordered that SAMUEL WHITE




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PLEAS PHILLIPS and JOHN STIMPSON be and they are hereby appointed appraisers to assess the value of the property belonging to the estate of said JOHN RATLIFF deceased.



MARGARET YEARY Wednesday Novr. 22nd 1882

vs. Est. of

WALTER YEARY Decd. Now on this day came on to be

heard the application of MRS. MARGARET YEARY for Probate of the last will and testament of WALTER YEARY Deceased and for letters testamentary thereon. And it appearing to the Court that notice of the filing of said application had been given as required by law and said will together with the proof thereof duly signed sworn to and filed being produced and examined by the Court, It is ordered by the Court that said will be admitted to probate and established as the last will and testament of the said WALTER YEARY deceased and the terms and stipulations therein contained be in all things confirmed and it appearing to the Court that by the terms of said will said MARGARET YEARY is named as executrix with full powers to administer said Estate with out the interventions of the probate court and be exempt from giving bond. It is ordered by the Court that letters testamentary issue to said MARGARET YEARY and that she have full power to administer said Estate without further intervention of this or any other probate court other than filing an inventory of said Estate in this Court and that the said will and proof thereof be recorded in the minutes of this Court.


Application


The State of Texas County Court Novr. Term 1882

Collin County To the Hon. T. C. Goodner…




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1882


County Judge of Collin County

Your petitioner MARGARET YEARY who resides in Collin County would respectfully ask that letters testamentary be granted her on the estate of WALTER YEARY deceased. Your petitioner states that on or about the 18th day of October A. D. 1882 in Collin County, Texas the said WALTER YEARY departed this life having formerly executed with this petitioner a joint will which is hereto attached and made a part of this petition. That WALTER YEARY died seized and possessed with your petitioner of a community estate consisting of real estate situated in Collin County and small personalty [personal property?] valued in all at about Three Thousand dollars. That your petitioner MARGARET YEARY was wife of said WALTER YEARY and now resides in Collin County Texas near Farmersville. That said WALTER YEARY was indebted in same amounts at the time of his death. That by the terms of the will your petitioner was not required to give bond and no steps or proceedings required save and except filing an inventory. That your petitioner MARGARET YEARY is surviving wife of WALTER YEARY and is not disqualified from accepting letters testamentary. That WALTER YEARY left surviving him as heirs, his wife MARGARET YEARY and children JAMES K. YEARY who resides in Hunt County, Texas The children of MARY ANN CHAPMAN wife of JOHN N. CHAPMAN said M. A. CHAPMEN being now deceased and her children NORA & LIDDIE and KATIE who reside in Collin County, JOHN B. YEARY who resides in this County, MELVINA COCHRAN who resides in Sherman, Grayson County. DAVID M. YEARY who resides in Collin County. WALTER D. YEARY who resides in Collin County, LEE YEARY who resides in Collin County




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MARGARET YEARY who also lives in Collin County, BEULAH and LULAH YEARY who also resides in said County and BETTIE HALE residing in Collin County.

MARGARET YEARY

After being sworn says that the facts in the foregoing petition are true to the best of her knowledge and belief.


Filed Oct. 30th 1882. J.W. Waddill clk.



Probate Notice


The State of Texas In the County Court

County of Collin To the Novr. Term 1882

The State of Texas to the Sheriff or any Constable of Collin County Greeting:

You are hereby commanded to cause to be posted in three of the most public places in your County one of which shall be at the Court House door copies of the following notice:

The State of Texas. To all persons interested in the administration of the Estate of WALTER YEARY Decd. MARGARET YEARY has filed in the County Court of Collin County an application for the probate of the last will and testament of said WALTER YEARY Decd. which will be heard at the next term of said Court commencing on the 3rd Monday in November 1882 at the Court House thereof in the city of McKinney at which time all persons interested in said Estate may appear contest said application if they see proper.

Herein fail not under penalty of law and of this writ make due return.

Issued the 31st day of Oct. 1882.

Witness J. W. Waddill clerk of the said

Court and the seal thereof at office

L. S. in the city of McKinney this 30th

Day of October 1882.

J. W. Waddill Clerk of the

County Court of Collin Co.




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Will


The State of Texas

Collin County Know all men by these present that we WALTER YEARY and wife MARGARET YEARY of the aforesaid state and county being of sound mind and disposing memory but feeling the uncertainty of our earthly existence do make and publish this our last will and testament hereby revoking all other heretofore make.


1st That all our just debts with all funeral expenses be paid.

2nd That our son WALTER YEARY have the tract of land 105 acres in W. B. WILLIAMS survey situated one mile East of Farmersville known as our old homestead.

3rd That the place situated in Farmersville a part of W. B. WILLIAMS survey upon which we now live shall be and remain the property of WALTER YEARY and MARGARET YEARY the one that shall survive the other and the survivor to have full power to sell make a deed and do all things necessary to legally dispose of said premises.

4th That the balance of our property both real personal and mixed shall be equally divided between our children charging those who have received advancements with the respective amounts as shown by the accounts hereto appended and made a part of this will. Our son WALTER to have nothing except that mentioned in item second hereof.

5th That the survivor WALTER or MARGARET YEARY is to hold and control all of our property until he or she dies and there is to be no division of said Estate until we are both dead. And in case of the death of WALTER YEARY before MARGARET YEARY Their [sic] DAVID YEARY to assist his Mother in managing and controlling said Estate.

6th That There [sic] shall be no legal proceeding necessary or permitted with our estate except filing an inventory of the same and the survivor to execute




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and control said Estate without bond.

In testimony whereof we hereunto set our names

And affix our seals using scroll for seal

This 4th day of August 1879.


Attest WALTER YEARY

EUGENE HOUGHTON MARGARET YEARY

J. A. ASTON

List of advancement from WALTER and MARGARET YEARY

to their children:


To JAMES K. YEARY


120 acres of land valued at $2.50 per acre

$300.00

1 horse valued at

70.00

1 mare valued at

50.00

1 yoke oxen valued at

40.00 (?)

2 cows valued at

20.00

1 Fenter (?) bed 34# valued at 50 ct. per #

17.00

Bed clothes

5.00

1000 Rails valued at

5.00

Dishes valued at

5.00


To MARY ANN CHAPMAN


1 mare valued at

70.00

1 mare valued at

50.00

1 Featherbed 50# valued at 50ct. per #

25.00

Bedclothing valued at

25.00

1 side saddle valued at

22.00

Dishes valued at

12.00

1 Bedstead valued at

4.00

1 Wheel valued at

3.00

1 Kettle valued at

2.00

1 cow valued at

10.00



To JOHN B. YEARY


87 ½ acres of land valued at $2.50 per acre

$218.75

1 horse valued at

100.00

1 mare valued at

50.00

1 Feather bed 44# valued at 50 cts. pound

22.00

Bed clothes valued at

5.00

1 cow valued at

10.00



To MELVINA COCHRAN


1 mare valued at

85.00

cash

212.50





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Dishes valued at

11.50

1 Trunk valued at

4.00

1 Featherbed 50# valued at 50 cts. per #

25.00

Bed clothes valued at

25.00

1 Bed stead valued at

10.00

1 side saddle valued at

10.00

1 wheel valued at

3.00

1 Kettle valued at

1.50



To DAVID M. YEARY


87 ½ acres of land valued at 2.50 per acre

218.75

1 horse valued at

60.00

1 mare valued at

50.00

1 Feather bed 32# valued at 50 cts. per lb.

16.00

Bed clothes valued at

5.00

Dishes valued at

5.00

1 cow valued at

10.00





To BETTIE HALE


1 mare valued at

50.00

1 Feather bed 50# valued at 50 cts. per #

25.00

Bed clothes valued at

25.00

1 side saddle valued at

18.00

1 bed stead valued at

12.00

Dishes valued at

5.00

1 trunk valued at

3.00

1 cow valued at

10.00

1 acre of land in Farmersville valued at

150.00


Filed Oct. 30 1882

J. W. Waddill clk.



Proof of Will


The State of Texas

Collin County Now on this day in open court personally appeared J. A. ASTON and EUGENE HOUGHTON who after being duly sworn depose and say that they were well acquainted with WALTER YEARY in his life time, that he is now dead, that he departed this life at his residence in Collin County on the 18th day of October 1882, that they saw the said WALTER YEARY signed the instrument of writing purporting to be his last will and testament now here shown to them and produced in Court for probate and that they signed the same in his




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presence and at his request as attesting witnesses thereto, that each of said witnesses were over the age of fourteen years at the time of attesting said will and that the said WALTER YEARY was at the time of signing said last will of sound mind and disposing memory.


J. A. ASTON

EUGENE HOUGHTON


Sworn to and subscribed before me this Novr. 22nd 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.


Filed Novr. 22nd 1882



JOSIAH FOSTER Guard. Wednesday Novr. 22nd 1882

Est. of

NANNIE HOWARD Minor On this day it is ordered that the filing of the report of sale of personal property hereon filed by JOSIAH FOSTER guardian be noted on the minutes of this Court.



MARGARET YEARY Extrx. Wednesday Novr. 22nd 1882

Est. of

WALTER YEARY Decd. On this day it is ordered that EUGENE HOUGHTON, J. A. ASTON and W. E. ROBINSON be and they are hereby appointed appraisers to assess the value of the Community property belonging to the Estate of WALTER YEARY Decd. and his wife MARGARET YEARY.



J. W. SPRALLS surety Monday (sic) Novr. 22nd 1882

vs.

E. G. SHAW Admr. On this day came on to be heard the application of J. W. SPRALLS surety on the administrators bond of E. G. SHAW administrator of the Estate of D. W. SHAW Decd. to be relieved from further liability as surety on said bond and said application being examined by the Court and appearing to the




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Court that said E. G. SHAW had accepted service on said application and waive[s] issuance of citation, it is ordered that said application be granted and that said administrator enter into a new bond in the sum of four thousand Dollars conditioned as the law requires with (20) Twenty days from this date.



Ordered that Court adjourn until tomorrow morning at 9 o’clock.


Thursday morning 9 oclock Novr. 23rd 1882 Court met pursuant to adjournment. Officers as of yesterday.



GEO. B. STEWART Thursday Novr. 23rd 1882

vs. Est. of Applctn. [application] for appntment of admr.

M. E. WATSON decd. Now on this day this cause is dismissed upon motion of the plaintiff and it is ordered that Plaintiff pay all cost in this cause incurred.



W. A. AUSTIN admr. Thursday, Novr. 23rd 1882

Est. of

PETER HANNER Decd. On this day it is ordered that the filing of the report of sale of personal property here in filed by W. A. AUSTIN admr. be noted in the minutes of this Court.



S. O. MERRIOTT Thursday Novr. 23rd 1882

vs. Est. of

J. H. MERRIOTT et al Now on this day came on to be heard

Minors the application of S. O. MERRIOTT for letters of Guardianship of the Estate of JAS. HENRY MERRIOTT, Wm. THOS. MERRIOTT HIRAM LEE MERRIOTT, EPHRAIM SMITH MERRIOTT, ROSA LUCRETIA MERRIOTT and GABRIALL




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MOMAN MERRIOTT which application being examined by the Court and it appearing to the Court that notice required by law has been given of the filing of said application and that said applicant was a suitable person to receive said appointment of Guardian, it is ordered by the Court that said S. O. MERRIOTT be appointed guardian of the Estate of said minors and that letters of Guardianship issue to him upon his entering bond in the sum of forty dollars conditioned as the law requires and taking the oath prescribed by law.


Application


State of Texas To the County Court of Collin County

Collin County

S. O. MERRIOTT a citizen of the above County & State would represent & show that he is [the] father of the after named minors who are residents of said County and state to wit:

JAMES HENRY MERRIOTT a male aged 18 years

Wm. THOMAS MERRIOTT a male aged 16 years

HIRAM LEE MERRIOTT a male aged 14 years

EPHRIAM MERRIOTT a male aged 12 years

ROSA LUCRETIA MERRIOTT a female aged 10 years

GABRIEL MOMAN MERRIOTT a male aged 8 years

That he is also father of three other children who are of full legal age to wit: SOPHIA E. MERRIOTT, A. SMITH, late MERRIO & SARAH A. MERRIOTT making nine children in all who have become entitled as heirs of one BENJAMIN KIRTH of the State of Indiana to the sum of $22.00. Your applicant asks the Court to appoint him guardian of the aforesaid minors to enable him to receive and receipt for another behalf six one ninth shares of the aforesaid $22.00 and as in duty bound will ever pray.


Clementson and Church

Attys. for applicant


Filed Novr. 9th 1882

J. W. Waddill clk.




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Probate Notice


The State of Texas In the County Court

County of Collin To the Novr. Term 1882

The State of Texas to the Sheriff or any constable of Collin County Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to cause to be posted in three of the most public places in your County one of which shall be at the Court House door copies of the following notice:

The State of Texas. To all persons interested in the Guardianship of the Estate of J. H., W. T., H. L., E. S., R. L. and G. M. MERRIOTT Minors, S. O. MERRIOTT has filed in the County Court of Collin County for letters of Guardianship of the Estate of said minors which will be heard at the next term of said Court commencing on the 3rd Monday in Novr. 1882 at the Court House thereof in the city of McKinney at which time all persons interested in said minors may appear and contest said application if they see proper.

Here in fail not under penalty of law and of this writ make due return.

Issued the 9th day of Novr. 1882.

Witness J. W. Waddill clerk of said Court

and the seal thereof at office in the

city of McKinney this 9th day of Novr. 1882.


L. S. J. W. Waddill clerk Co. Court

Collin County Texas



J. W. WHISENANT Guardn. Thursday Novr. 23rd 1882

Est. of

JACK COLLINS et al Now on this day

Minors J. W. WHISENANT Guardian of the Estate of JACK COLLINS et al minors has leave to file supplemental motion to set aside Homestead.




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M. H. JAMISON Thursday Novr. 23rd 1882

vs. Est. of applcn. for probate of Municptive (?) Will

ELEANOR JAMISON

Decd. Now on this day this cause is continued by Plaintiff.



S. H. WILSON surety Thursday Novr. 23rd 1882

vs.

CATHERINE L. FURR Now on this day came on to be heard the application of S. H. WILSON surety on the Bond of MRS. C. L. FURR administratrix of the community Estate of herself and her deceased husband P. M. FURR asking that he be released from further liability as such surety on said bond and that said C. L. FURR be cited to appear this Court and file a new bond as such administratrix . Which application being examined by the Court is approved it is ordered that citation issue to the said C. L. FURR citing her to appear before the Hon. T. C. Goodner County Judge of Collin County at the Court House in the city of McKinney on the 9nd day of December 1882 then and there to show cause why she should not be required to file a new Bond.



J. S. RIKE Guardn. In the Collin County Court

of the Est. of Nov. 23rd 1882

J. F. FOWLER et al Applcn. [application] to loan money

Minors Now on this day came on to be heard the following application to wit:


Est. of J. B. FOWLER et al minors In Collin County Court

Novr. Term 1882

To the Hon. County Court of Collin County Texas

Now comes JOHN S. RIKE guardian of the persons and Estates of J. B. FOWLER, I. D. FOWLER, D. D. FOWLER, NANNIE B. FOWLER and B. A. FOWLER and shows to the Court that he has received from




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the Knights of Honor (?) the sum of three hundred & thirty three & 33/100 for each of the above named minors in payment of the shares of said minors in the policy of insurance on the life of the Father W. T. FOWLER of said minors. And the said RIKE would also show to the Court that it would be beneficial to the Estates of said minors that the sum of Three hundred dollars of each ward be loaned out under the terms of the law regulating such matters and that he believes that he can so loan said sums of money wherefore he prays for an order authorizing him to loan said sums of money upon the persons executing their notes with good personal security & mortgages with power of sale upon real estate. And he asks that the rate of interest that said notes shall bear be fixed by the Court and for general and special relief.


Garrett & Muse attys. for RIKE.


And said application being examined by the Court and the matters & things therein fully understood It is ordered by the Court that the same be granted and that said JOHN S. RIKE Guardian of said minors be and he is hereby authorized and empowered to loan the sum of Three hundred dollars of the funds in his hands belonging to each of said minors with interest at the rate of 12% per annum payable semiannually and that he take note or notes with good and approved security from the Borrower or Borrowers with mortgages with power to sell on real Estate as provided by law to secure the payment of the said money loaned.




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LUCY WHITE Thursday Novr. 23rd 1882

vs. Est. of

JNO. M. GATES Now on this day came on to be heard

Minor the application of MRS. (?) LUCY WHITE

for letters of Guardianship of the person and Estate of JOHN M. GATES a minor and it appearing to the Court that notice required by law had been given of the filing of said application . And it further appearing that MRS. LUCY WHITE is a suitable person to received [sic] said appointment and is not disqualified it is ordered that said application be granted and that letters of guardianship issue to her upon her entering into bond in the sum of Eight hundred dollars conditioned as the law required and taking the oath prescribed by law & that ALLEN McMILLEN, T. J. HALEY and W. C. PARKER be appointed appraisers of said Estate.



Application


State of Texas In Collin County Court

Collin County November Term 1882

To the County Court of Collin County Texas.

MRS. LUCY WHITE who resides in Collin County Texas would represent and show to the Court that JOHN M. GATES is a minor under the age of fourteen years, that he is now living in Collin County Texas, that he has no guardian of his person and Estate, that his father died in Collin County Texas about three years ago, that at the (blank) term of the County Court of Collin County Texas for the year 1881 MRS. LUELLA KILGORE who is the mother of said minor was appointed Guardian of the person and estate of said minor, that on the (blank) day of 1882 the said MRS.




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KILGORE died at her home in Collin County, that said minor is the owner of real and personal property all in Collin County of the probable value of five hundred dollars. The premises considered this applicant asks that she be appointed guardian of the person and Estate of said minor, that the notice the law requires be given of the filing of this application & for general and special relief. And this applicant would also represent that she is the grand mother of said minor and that she [is] competent to be appointed guardian of said minor, wherefore she prays as above stated.

Garrett & Muse attys.

for applicant



Probate Notice


The State of Texas In the County Court

County of Collin To the November Term 1882

State of Texas to the Sheriff or any Constable of Collin County Greeting:

You are hereby commanded to cause to be posted in three of the most public places in your County one of which shall be at the Court House door copies of the following notice:


The State of Texas. To all persons interested in the welfare of the Estate of JOHN M. GATES a minor MRS. LUCY WHITE has filed in the County Court of Collin County an application for letters of Guardianship of the Estate of said minor which will be heard at the next term of said Court commencing on the 3rd Monday in Novr. 1882 at the Court House thereof in the city of McKinney at which time all persons interested in said minors [sic] may appear and contest said application if they see proper.

Herein fail not under penalty of law and of this writ make due return.

Issued the 9th day of Novr. 1882.

Witness J. W. Waddill clerk of said…




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Court and the seal there of at office in the city of McKinney this 9th day of Novr. 1882.


L. S. J. W. Waddill clerk of the

County Court of Collin County



W. D. CHAPMEN admr. Thursday Novr. 23rd 1882

Est. of applcn. [application] for Partition

D. D. GRAYUM (GRAHAM) Decd.

Now on this day came on to be heard the application of W. D. CHAPMAN administrator of the Estate of D. D. GRAYUM Decd. for partition of the real property of said estate among the heirs at law of said GRAHAM [sic] to wit:

Situated in Collin County 1st tract one half interest in 31 ½ acres part of the GEORGE GOODMAN [survey] described in deed from W. H. ROLAND to B. R. HOUGHTON to D. D. GRAHAM [sic] Dated Febry. 11 1871. One half interest in 30 acres part of the THOMAS JANETT [survey] in Collin County described in Deed from N. TAYLOR to said HOUGHTON & GRAHAM [sic] dated April 4th 1871. Eighty acres in M. C. HAMILTON survey described in deed from M. C. HAMILTON to D. D. GRAHAM dated April 7th 1876. Forty five acres in the H. WALTERS survey described in deed from J. E. JAMES to D. D. GRAHAM dated March 30th 1878. Also one half interest in 64 acres part of the JOHN WEATHERFORD survey in Hunt County described in in deed from W. W. HALSENBAKE (?) & wife to D. D. GRAHAM & G. W. McMAKIN Dated April 4th 1877 and one half interest in 330 acres in said County of Hunt part of the THOS. E. ROWAN survey described in deed from HELEN S. POTTER to said GRAHAM & McMAKIN and it appearing to the Court that B. R. HOUGHTON owns half interest in the two first above described tracts of land and G. W. McMAKIN owns on half interest in the two last described tracts of land and that the following named persons are the heirs at law of said D. D. GRAHAM Decd. to wit: MRS.




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M. J. GRAHAM his surviving wife and WINNIE E. GRAHAM minor with no guardian and issue of the marriage of said D. D. GRAHAM & M. J. GRAHAM and that the following are the issue and heirs at law of said D. D. GRAHAM Decd. and his deceased wife MARY J. GRAHAM to wit: LAURA JEANS whose husband W. S. JEANS is joined with her. W. S. & SAMUEL H. GRAHAM and NANNIE and HARVEY D. GRAHAM minors Wm. S. GRAHAM guardian of their Estates and J. T. and A. Y. GRAHAM minors L. D. CHAPMAN Guardian of their Estates where upon JOHN CHURCH was appointed Guardian ad litem of the Estate of said WINNIE E. GRAHAM minor and appeared for her and it appearing to the Court that all of said parties had been served with notice under the law. It is ordered adjudged and decreed by the Court that the foresaid real Estate be partitioned & divided as follows to wit: That one half of the two first described tracts of lands according to quantity and quality be set apart to B. R. HOUGHTON and one half of the two last described tracts be set apart to G. W. McMAKIN according to quantity and quality and it further appearing to the Court that all of said real estate is the community property and part of the community estate of said D. D. GRAHAM and his deceased wife MARY J. GRAHAM and mother of the aforesaid heirs. It is ordered that one half of the remaining one half of the two first above described tracts and also one half of the remaining one half of the two last above described tracts be set apart to LAURA JEAN and her husband W. S. JEAN, W. S. and SAMUEL H. GRAHAM and NANNIE GRAHAM and HARVEY D. GRAHAM (W. S. GRAHAM Guardian) and J. T. and A. Y. GRAHAM (L. D. CHAPMAN Guardian) share and share alike. And one third of the remaining one fourth of said tract be set apart




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to M. J. GRAHAM surviving wife of said D. D. GRAHAM during her natural life, and the remainder to be divided between all the aforesaid heirs except the said M. J. GRAHAM giving to each an equal portion according to quality and quantity and the remaining tracts described above be partitioned and divided according to quality and quantity as follows. To the afore said heirs at law & issue of D. D. GRAHAM and MARY J. GRAHAM Decd. one half thereof share and share alike and to the said M. J. GRAHAM surviving wife of said D. D. GRAHAM one third of the remaining one half during her natural like and the remainder there of to all the aforesaid heirs except said M. J. GRAHAM the remainder share and share alike. And that the following named persons be and they are hereby appointed commissioners to partition and divide the same in accordance with this order and judgment to wit: I. J. RUDE, ROBT. A. RIKE and JOHN MURCHISON. And that the clerk issue to them an order of partition and that they make their report to the next regular term of this Court.



SALLIE GRAHAM Survg. Wife Friday Novr. 24th 1882

vs. Comty. Est. of

W. L. GRAHAM Decd. Now on this day came on to be heard the application of MRS. SALLIE GRAHAM surviving wife of W. L. GRAHAM Deceased for the appointment of appraisers to assess the value of the property belonging to the Community Estate of herself and her deceased husband W. L. GRAHAM. Which application being examined by the Court is granted and J. B. ENGLEMAN, J. N. DEAL and R. S. SNEED appointed appraisers to value the community property belonging to said Estate.




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M. W. WILMETH Guardian Saturday Novr. 25th 1882

Est. of approl.[approval] annul [annual] Report

W. J. FAIRES Minor

Now on this day came on to be heard the annual report filed by M. W. WILMETH Guardian of the Estate of W. J. FAIRES a minor. Which report being examined by the Court is approved and ordered to be recorded.



Report

The State of Texas

County of Collin In County Court Collin County Sept. Term 1882

To the Hon. T. C. Goodner Judge of said Court. M. W. WILMETH Guardian of the Estate of WILLIAM J. FAIRES would respectfully show to your Hon. that as said Guardian he has received as shown by his report to the Court filed August the 6th 1881 the sum of $225.47 ½ and that since the filing of said report to wit April 1st 1882 he has received as said Guardian from J. LEE FAIRES executor of the will of JOHN FAIRES the sum of $140.34 making total of the Estate of said minor received from the Estate of said JOHN FAIRES which Estate is now closed

$366.10 ½

said Guardian hereto attaches to this report as part of it one receipt from the County Judge of Collin County for $6.05 cost in this Estate, also one receipt from J. W. Waddill County Clerk of said County for $7.85/00 also costs in said Estate, also one receipt from L. W. Oglesby Tax Collector of said County for $1.57/100 taxes on said Estate. Also one receipt from Alexander and Anon (?) Merchants for $7.75 for goods as shown by said receipt which were furnished said Ward for his use making a total expenditure of

$22.78

in said Estate save such attorneys fees as the Court may allow at same future time.

Said Guardian has to further show that he has put $200.00 at interest at 12% per annum well secured. The other money he has on hand…




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but will account for it at 12 per cent if the Court will permit.

All of which is respectfully reported to the Court for approval.


M. W. WILMETH


Sworn to before me this Sept. 4th 1882.

J. W. Waddill Clk.

Filed Sept. 4th 1882.

J. W. Waddill Clk.




J. P. SEIGLER admr. Saturday Novr. 25th 1882

Est. of

A.W. & C. M. MURRAY Now on this day came on to be heard

Decd. the exhibit of the condition of the Estate of A. W. & C. M. MURRAY Decd. by J. P. SEIGLER administrator together with his application to sell lands belonging to said Estate and the Court having examined the said exhibit and the vouchers accompanying the same and after hearing all exceptions thereto and all evidence in support and against said account it is considered by the Court that the same be approved, audited and settled and it further appearing to the Court that a necessity exists for the sale of the land described in said application to pay off indebtedness of the estate which holds a lien on said land it is ordered adjudged and decreed by the Court that said administration sell at private sale for cash the following land belonging to said Estate to wit:

25 ½ acres of land in the JOHN LEE WRIGHT survey in Collin County Beginning at SE corner of 50 acres sold to TOM DRIGGERS by said A. W. MURRAY deed to which is recorded in Collin County Records Book 9, page 530 Thence North 12.69 chs. Thence East 22 chs. to corner of Indian Creek Thence down same with its meandering to the North line of LORENZO HILBUNES survey. Thence West 11.72 chs. to the Beginning. Also 67 ½ acres in the LEE WRIGHT survey in Collin County Beginning in the




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East line of the LORENZO HELBUNE survey of 320 acres the NW corner of 89 acres sold to J. A. SEIGLER Thence East 30.67 chs. a corner. Thence North 22 chs. a stake Thence W 30.67 chs. a stake. Thence South 22 chs. to the beginning and that he report his action to this Court for confirmation.



Exhibit and application


The State of Texas County Court Sept. Term 1882

County of Collin

To the Hon. County Court of said Co. J. P. SEIGLER administrator of the Estate of A. W. & C. M. MURRAY decd. respectfully presents the following exhibit showing the receipts and disbursements on account of said Estate since his last Report and the charges and claims against said Estates that remain unpaid viz:

J. P. SEIGLER to Estate of A. W. & C. M. MURRAY Decd.

1882




Dr.

May 29

Amt. on hand report

this day

$1193.48


July 17

Amt. Recd. from J. A.

SEIGLER on note

545.45



Amt. Recd. from

A. MURCHISON on a/c

89.60



Amt. Recd. from

Grange

1.20

$1829.73





1882



Cr.

July 8

Paid A. MURCHISON

Voucher 1

$132.00


May

Paid J. W. Waddill

Voucher 2

34.70


July 18

Paid Baines Wolf &

Finch Voucher 3

50.00



Paid W. M Rowland

Voucher 4

545.45



Paid L. W. Oglesby

Voucher 5

11.25



Amt. Hines Wolfe

Voucher 6

4.00



Amt. F. W. Craft

Voucher 7

40.50



5% Com[mission]

Receiving

$1933.62

96.68



5% Com. Paying out

$923.79

47.19

$963.76

Leaving balance of 865.97

From which deduct minorsallowance 300.00

July 19 Amt. on hand at this date 565.97


Administrator reports that all first and second class claims have been paid in full, that the fourth class claims amounting to $267.00 have not been paid and that an 3rd class claim




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of W. H. Roland there remains unpaid about $825.00 that the following described lands belonging to said Estate are bound by lien for the payment of said 3rd class claim to wit:

25 ½ acres of land in the JOHN LEE WRIGHT survey in Collin County Beginning at SE corner of 50 acres sold to TOM DRIGGERS by said A. W. MURRAY deed to which is recorded in Collin County Records Book 9, page 530 Thence North 12.69 chs. Thence East 22 chs. to corner of Indian Creek Thence down same with its meandering to the North line of LORENZO HILBUNES survey. Thence West 11.72 chs. to the Beginning. Also 67 ½ acres in the LEE WRIGHT survey in Collin County Beginning in the East line of the LORENZO HELBUNE survey of 320 acres the NW corner of 89 acres sold to J. A. SEIGLER Thence East 30.67 chs. a corner. Thence North 22 chs. a stake Thence W 30.67 chs. a stake. Thence South 22 chs. to the beginning. Wherefore he prays that due notice of the filing of this exhibit and application be given according to law and that he be directed to sell said lands to pay off the said indebtedness held by the said ROWLAND and for general and for such other relief as to the Court may deem proper.

J. P. SEIGLER


Sworn to and subscribed before me this 19th day of July 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.

Co. Ct. C. C.


Filed July 19th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.



J. W. BAINES Admr. Saturday Nov. 25th 1882

Est. of

M. A. GOODWIN Decd. Now on this day came on to be heard the report of JAS. W. BAINES administrator of the Estate of M. A. GOODWIN deceased of the sale of 265 acres of land situated in Jack County Texas known as survey No. 2776 to F. M. THOMPSON for $265.00 cash at




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private sale and the Court having examined into the manner in which said sale was made and having all evidence in support and against said report and being satisfied that the sale was fairly made in conformity with law and for a fair price, it is ordered adjudged and decreed by the Court that said sale be confirmed [and] that the clerk record the report and that [the] administrator execute the proper conveyance to the purchaser.



Report of Sale


The State of Texas

County of Collin County Court Novr. Term A. D. 1882

To the Hon. County Court of said County:

JAS. W. BAINES administrator of the Estate of M. A. GOODWIN, deceased, respectfully represents that in obedience to an order of the County Court of Collin County made at its July Term 1882 he has this day Novr. 18th 1882 sold at private sale to F. M. THOMPSON for Two hundred and Sixty five dollars cash the following described tract of land to wit: Situated in Jack County Texas and known as survey No. 2776 by virtue of certificate 2776 issued by the Commissioners of the General Land office April 15th 1852.

Beginning at the S. E. Corner of survey no. 2775 a stake. Thence South 1225 varas to cor[ner] stake. Thence North 1225 varas to cor. a stake. Thence East 1225 varas to the beginning containing 265 acre of land. Where fore he prays that the said sale be approved and confirmed and that he be directed to make the purchaser [a] survey and for general relief.


J. W. BAINES admr. Est. [of]

M. A. GOODWIN Dec.


Sworn to and subscribed before me this Nov. 18th 1881.

J. W. Waddill clk.

Filed Novr. 18th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.




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M. L. BRIGHT Guardn. Saturday Novr. 25th 1882

Est. of 4th anul. [annual] Report

L. E. STIMSON minor On this day this cause is continued by operation of Law.



M. L. BRIGHT Guardn. Saturday Nov. 25th 1882

Est. of Final Report

T. C. (?) M. STIMSON minor

Now on this day came on to be heard the final report filed by M. L. BRIGHT Guardian of the Estate of T. M. STIMSON minor and it appearing to the Court that said T. M. STIMSON had become of age and has received from his said Guardian all the property belonging to his Estate for which said Guardian has filed receipts and it further appearing to the Court that said T. M. STIMSON has accepted service and waived issuance of citation on said report. And said report being examined by the Court and found to be in all things correct is approved and ordered to be recorded. It is further ordered that said guardian be discharged from his trust upon his filing vouchers of his ward showing all of said estate disposed of and payment of all cost in this cause incurred and filed vouchers thereof.



Final Report


Estate of T. M. STIMSON

Minor In Collin County Court

November Term 1882

To the County Court of Collin County Texas

M. L. BRIGHT Guardian of the Estate of the above named minors [sic] begs leave to submit this his final report in said Estate. He states that his said Ward is now of the full age of twenty one years. He states that the report filed by him annually showing all the property belonging to his said ward that has come




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into the hands of this reporter except that mentioned in this report and he also states that on the 18th of May 1881 as shown by the 3rd annual account filed on that day this reporter had in his hands belonging to said ward the sum of $38.81 and that the account in this report will show all receipts and disbursements since that day and that all claims reported herein as paid by him are known to him to be just and correct.


M. L. BRIGHT in account with T. M. STIMPSON [sic]


To amt. on hand per last report

$38.87

To amt. Recd. of C. O. SAXON admr. of the

Estate of the Grandfather of ward in Ky.

38.57

Recd. on money loaned as interest

31.54

Total on hand & recd.

$108.86


By amt. pd. for taxes

Voucher 1

0.78

By amt. pd. Waddill

Voucher 2

0.50

By amt. pd. Waddill

Voucher 3

1.67

By amt. pd. Coleman

Voucher 4

7.50

By amt. pd. J. L. STIMSON

Voucher 5

18.00

By amt. pd. Seay & Seay

Voucher 6

1.00

By amt. pd. Garnett & Muse

Voucher 7

7.50

5% coms. [commission] on

$70.05 Recd. since Last

Report


3.50

5% on 36.95 paid out


1.85

Total amt. Paid out


$42.29



Recapitulation

Total amt. on hand & Recd.


$108.86

Total amt. Paid out

$42.29


Total amt. now in hands of

Reporter


66.57


He shows to the Court that the item $31.54 stated above as interest on money loaned included all the interest received on the money of his Ward since the commencement of this Guardianship; that three first items in the Column of expenditures marked Vouchers 1-2 & 3 were paid out for the joint benefit of his Ward and his sister L. E. STIMSON and that the amts here in stated are on half of the sums actually expended and he knows of no debts against the Estate of his said Ward except about the sum of seventy five dollars




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due this reporter by said ward and which is secured to this reporter by the note & security of said T. M. STIMSON. The premises considered he asks that the notice required by law be given of the filing here of that a final hearing [on] this account be in all things confirmed and this reporter be discharged from his trust and for several and special relief.


M. L. BRIGHT


Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 30th of September 1882.

J. W. Waddill


I hereby waive the issuance of any notice or citation or process of any kind upon the within account and waive the service of any process in any manner and agree the M. L. BRIGHT be discharged as my Guardian upon his paying over to me or any one I may authorize to receive it the amount be (?) [that] may be due me as such guardian.

This Oct. 3rd 1882.

T. M. STIMSON


Filed Oct. 7th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.




JOHN A. MOREMAN Guardn. Saturday Novr. 25th 1882

Est. of

JESSE MOREMAN et al Bond & Oath

Minors

Now on this day comes (illegible) JOHN A. MOREMAN and presents for approval his bond as guardian of the Estate [of] JESSE, EDNA EARL and MATTIE MAY MOREMAN minors. Which bond being examined by the Court and considered a good and solvent bond is approved and ordered to be recorded.


Bond


The State of Texas Know all men by these here presents [sic] that

Collin County we JOHN A.




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MOREMAN as principal and (blank) and (blank) as sureties are held and firmly bound unto the Hon. T. C. Goodner County Judge of Collin County in the sum of Twenty four hundred dollars ($2400.00) for the payment of which well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs executors and administrators jointly and several [sic] firmly by these presents [sic]. Witness our hands this the 4th day of October 1882. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound JOHN A. MOREMAN has been appointed by the Hon. T. C. Goodner County Judge of Collin County Guardian of the Estates of JESSE EDNA EARL and MATTIE MAY MOREMAN minors. Now if the said JOHN A. MOREMAN will faithfully discharge the duties of Guardian of the Estates of said wards according to law under said appointment then this obligation shall be null and void otherwise to remain in full force and effect.


JOHN A. MOREMAN

MARION MOREMAN

C. R. MOREMAN


The State of Texas

Collin County I JOHN A. MOREMAN Guardian of the Estates of JESSIE, EDNA EARLY and MATTIE MAY MOREMEN minors do solemnly swear that I will faithfully discharge the duties of Guardian of the Estates of JESSIE, EDNA EARL and MATTIE MAY MOREMAN according to law.

JOHN A. MOREMAN


Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of Oct. 1882.

L. Butler Notary Public in &

For Collin County Texas


Filed Oct. 12th 1882.

J. W. Waddill

Clk.




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JOHN A. MOREMAN Guardn. Saturday Novr. 25th 1882

Est. of

JESSE MOREMAN et al Now on this day came on

Minors to be heard the inventory and

appraisement of the property belonging to the Estate of JESSE, EDNA EARL and MATTIE MAY MOREMAN minors, filed by JOHN A. MOREMAN Guardian of said minors and said inventory and appraisement being examined by the Court and found in all things correct is approved and ordered to be recorded.


Inventory & Appraisement


JOHN A. MOREMAN Guardn.

Estates of County Court

JESSE, EDNA EARL & MATTIE MAY MOREMAN Collin County

Minors Sept. Term 1882

Inventory [and] appraisement and list of claims of the Estates of JESSE, EDNA EARL and MATTIE MAY MOREMAN minors.

To an undivided ½ interest in and to an undivided 1/3 interest of two certain tracts of land in Collin County each out of the JOSEPH KLEPPER sur. of 640 acresone tract of 51 2/10 acres the other 50 83/100 acres the same being part of the community Estate of the said JOHN A. MOREMAN and his deceased wife CORA MOREMAN owned jointly with C. R. & (?) MOREMAN valued at $425.00


Personal Property


To ½ interest of 3 cows and calves the community property of the said JNO. A. MOREMAN and his deceased wife valued at $22.50

To an undivided 2/3 interest in and to an undivided 1/7 (?) interest in about 350 acres [of] land in different tracts the same being the Estate of JOB HUGUITY (?) SR. in Dallas County-the said 1/7 interest being the share of the said CORA MOREMAN Decd. as Daughter of the said JOB HUGULY Decd. jointly with MARTHA,




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ANNAS (??), MARSHALL JOB. JR., and EUGENIA HUGULY and MARY F. NORRIS (?) the remain [sic] to JOHN A. MOREMAN survivorvalued at $666.66 2/3

To an undivided 2/3 interest in and to an undivided 1/7 interest to two certain houses and lots in the city of Dallas. Also a part of the said JOB HUGULY Decd. Est. the said 1/7 being the share of the said CORA MOREMAN Decd. jointly with the above named heirs of said JOB HUGULY Decd. the remaining 1/3 to the JOHN A. MOREMAN survivor valued at 77 5/7


Personal Property


To 2/3 interest in and to three hundred and twenty Dollars ($320.00) the proceeds of sale of the personal property belonging to the Estate of JOB HUGULY Decd. the 1/3 remainder to the said JNO. A. MOREMAN survivor valued at 213.33 1/3

Total valuation $1405.27 3/7


The State of Texas I JOHN A. MOREMAN Guardian

Collin County of the Estates of JESSE, EDNA

EARL and MATTIE MAY MOREMAN minors do solemnly swear that the inventory above and the list of claims are a true and perfect inventory and List of all the property real and personal belonging to the said Estate that has come to my knowledge.

JOHN A. MOREMAN


Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 9th day of Oct. 1882.

L. Butler Notary Public in &

L. S. For Collin Co. Texas



The State of Texas We JOHN T. KENDRICK and JOHN FORMAN

Collin County appointed by the Court to appraise the property belonging to the said above mentioned Estates do solemnly swear that the above and foregoing appraisement is a full and complete and fair valuation and appraisement




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of all the property both real and personal belonging to the said Estates as furnished to us by and with the assistance of the said JOHN A. MOREMAN.

J. T. KENDRICK

JOE FORMAN


Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 9th day of October 1882.

L. Butler Notary Public in &

L. S. for Collin Co. Texas


Filed Oct. 12th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.



J. W. LOVELL Saturday Novr. 25th 1882

vs. Est. of

JAS. W. LOVELL et al Now on this day came on

Minors to be heard the application of J. W.

LOVELL for letters of Guardianship of the Estate of JAMES W. and MARY LOVELL Minors and it appearing to the Court that the notice required by law had been given and that said applicant is a suitable person to receive such appointment of Guardian and it further appearing that JAMES W. LOVELL who is over the age of fourteen years has filed in this court an instrument of writing waiving notice and service of citation and had selected and had selected said J. W. LOVELL as his guardian it is ordered that said J. W. LOVELL be appointed such guardian and that letters of guardianship issue to him upon his entering into bond in the sum of six hundred dollars conditioned as the law requires and taking the oath prescribed by law.


Application


To the Hon. Co. Court of Collin County

Novr. Term 1882

I the undersigned J. W. LOVELL a citizen of





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Collin County Texas would respectfully make application to said Court for the appointment of Guardian of the Estate & person of JAMES W. LOVELL whose age is fifteen years (male) and MARY LOVELL whose age is 13 years (Girl) both of whom are minor heirs of J. K. P. LOVELL Decd. & Residents of Collin County. The probable value of the Estate each one is one hundred and fifty dollars.

This Oct. 6th 1882.

J. W. LOVELL


I JAMES W. LOVELL being over fourteen years of age hereby waive issuance & service of notice of above application & consent that J. W. LOVELL be appointed guardian of my Estate and person.

This Oct. 6th 1882.

JAMES W. LOVELL


Filed Oct. 11th 1882

James W. Waddill


Probate Notice



The State of Texas In the County Court

County of Collin To the Novr. Term 1882

The State of Texas to the Sheriff or Constable of Collin County Greeting:

You are hereby commanded to cause to be posted in three of the most public places one of which shall be at the Court House door copies of the following notices.

The State of Texas to all persons interested in the guardianship of JAMES W. and MARY LOVELL minors. J. W. LOVELL has filed in the County Court of Collin County an application for letters of Guardianship upon the Estate of said minors which will be heard at the next regular term of said Court commencing on the 3rd Monday in Novr. 1882 at the Court House thereof in the city of McKinney at which time all persons interested in said minors may appear and…




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contest said application if they see proper.

Here in fail not under penalty of law and of this writ make due return.

Issued the 12th day of Oct. 1882

Witness J. W. Waddill clerk of said

Court and the seal thereof at Office

in the city of McKinney this 12th day of

L. S. Oct. 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk. of the

Co. Court of Collin co.


Sheriff’s Return

Came to hand the 12th day of Oct. 1882 and executed 13th day of Oct. 1882 by posting copies of the within in three public places in the county one of which was at the Court House door.

Wms. Warden Sheriff of Collin Co.




L. D. CHAPMAN & Saturday Novr. 25th 1882

W. S. GRAHAM Guardns. Applcn. to sell prsnl. prpty.

Ests. of

J. T. & A. Y. GRAHAM &

NANNIE & HARVEY D. GRAHAM Now on the day came on to be

Minors heard the following application to sell personal property belonging to the Estates of J. T. and A. Y. GRAHAM and NANNIE and HARVEY D. GRAHAM minors filed by L. D. CHAPMAN and W. S. GRAHAM Guardns. of said Estates to wit:


State of Texas

County of Collin To the Hon. Judge of the County

Court of Collin County.

The petition of L. D. CHAPMAN Guardian of the Estate of J. T. and A. Y. GRAHAM minor heirs of D. D. GRAHAM Decd. also petition of W. S. GRAHAM Guardian of NANNIE and HARVEY GRAHAM minor heirs of D. D. GRAHAM Decd. believing that it would be more for the benefit of those concerned that the property consisting [of] two horses two Head of cattle some House hold and Kitchen furniture set apart specially by the Court for said minors be sold either at private or public




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sale as said Guardians may deem best. Wherefore said petitioners pray that your Honor would order the property sold as in such case made and provided.

Oct. 24th 1882 L. D. CHAPMAN

W. S. GRAHAM

Filed Oct. 23rd 1882

J. W. Waddill clk.


And said application being examined by the Court is granted it is therefore ordered that said administrators [sic] proceed to sell at private sale on six months credit the above described property taking note or notes with good and approved security from purchaser or purchasers.



JOSIAH FOSTER Guardn. Saturday Novr. 25th 1882

Est. of

NANNIE A. HOWARD Now on this day came

Minor on to be heard the application of JOSIAH FOSTER Guardian of the Estate of NANNIE A. HOWARD a minor for an order to sell certain personal property belonging to said Estate, consisting of Rent (?) Corn Cotton and millet. And it appearing to the Court that said property is property is liable to waste and deteriorate in value said application is granted and it is ordered that said Guardian proceed to sell the said personal property at private sale for cash and that he make his report to the next term of this Court.



W. C. GILLESPIE Saturday Novr. 25th 188

vs. Est. of

FRANK A. GILLESPIE Now on this day came on

minor to be heard the application

of W. C. GILLESPIE for letters of Guardianship upon the Estate of FRANK A. GILLESPIE a minor and said application being




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examined by the Court and it appearing to the Court that the notice required by law had been given and that said applicant is a suitable person to receive the appointment of Guardian of the Estate of said minor and is not disqualified under the law it is ordered that said application be granted and that said letters of Guardianship issue to said W. C. GILLESPIE upon his entering into bond in the sum of one thousand dollars conditioned as the law requires and taking the oath prescribed by law.


Application


The State of Texas

County of Collin County Court Novr. Term 1882

To the Hon. County Court of said Co.

W. C. GILLESPIE a citizen of Collin County respectfully represents that FRANK A. GILLESPIE is a minor one year of age and under the charge of said W. C. GILLESPIE his natural guardian and resides in said Collin County. That said minor is without any legal guardian of his estate and is entitled to an estate of the estimated value of Five hundred Dollars.

Wherefore he prays that due Notice of the filing of this application be given according to law and upon trail he be appointed guardian of said minor’s estate and for general relief.


W. C. GILLESPIE


Filed Novr. 2nd 1882

J. W. Waddill clk.



Probate Notice


The State of Texas

County of Collin In the County Court

To the Novr. Term 1882

The State of Texas. To the Sheriff or any constable of Collin County Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to cause to be posted in three of the most public places in your county one of which…




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shall be at the Court House door copies of the following notice:

The State of Texas

To all persons interested in the Guardianship of the Estate of FRANK A. GILLESPIE a minor W. C. GILLESPIE has filed in the County Court of Collin County an application for letters of Guardianship of the Estate of said minor which will be heard at the next regular term of said Court commencing on the 3rd Monday in Novr. 1882 at the Court House in the city of McKinney at which time all persons interested in said minor may appear and contest said application if they see proper.

Herein fail not under penalty of the law and of this writ make due return.

Issued the 2nd day of Novr. 1882.

Witness J. W. Waddill clerk of said

Court and the seal thereof at office in

the city of McKinney this 2nd day of

L. S. Novr. 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk. of the

County Court Collin Co.


Sheriff’s Return

Came to hand the 2nd day of Novr. 1882 and executed same day by posting copies of the within in three public places in the County one of which was at the Court House door.

Wms. Warden Sheriff

of Collin County



GEO. D. HUEY Guardian Monday Novr. 27th 1882

Estates of

JAS. T. GATES et al minors Now on this day came on

to be heard the annual reports of the Condition of the Estates of the minors JAMES T. GATES, JULIA GATES, S. E. GATES and ROBERT GATES filed by GEO. D. HUEY Guardian of said Estate. Which report being examined by the Court and it appearing to the




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Court that notice required by law had been given of the filing of said reports it is ordered that the same be approved and recorded.


Reports


Now comes GEO. HUEY Guardian of the Estate of the minor heirs of J. M. and S. E. GATES & begs leave to make the following exhibit of the condition of their estate.


Amount on hand to the credit of J. T. GATES minor

as per Report filed May 31st 1881…………………………………………………..$255.46 ¼

Recd. property sold V. X ¼ of 44.00……………………………………………………………………11.00

Recd. rent 1881 ¼ of $102.30 V. S………………………………………………………………………25.57 ½

$292.03 ¾

Paid out

Paid J. B. MITCHELL v[oucher]. 1

4.75

Paid Board &c v. 2

20.00

Paid Hauling &c v. 3 ¼ [of] $15

3.75

Paid ¼ of 620 v. 4

1.55

Paid ¼ of 14.12 v. 5

3.53

Paid ¼ of 3.00 v. 6

.75

Paid ¼ of 4.05 v. 7

1.01 ¼

Paid ¼ of 6.95 v. 8

1.73 ¾

Paid T & B v. 9

16.00

Paid ¼ of cost v. 10

.31 ¼

Paid ¼ Tax

2.21 ¼


55.60 ¾


G. D. HUEY Guardn.


Sworn to & Subscribed before me this 11 day of Sept. 1882

J. W. Waddill clk.


Amt on hand to credit of JULIA GATES minor as per Report filed May 31st 1881...$291.08 ¼

Recd. ¼ property sold V. X.44.00…………………………………………………………………………..11.00

Recd. ¼ rent 1881 $102.30 V. S………………………………………………………………………………….25.57 ½

$327.65 ¾


Paid Out

Paid Kendrick & Co. V. 1

$30.67

Paid Board &c. V. 2

73.00

Paid ¼ of $15.00 hauling &c V. 3

3.75





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Paid ¼ of 6.20 V. 4

1.55

Paid ¼ of 14.12 V. 5

3.53

Paid ¼ of 3.00 V. 6

.75

Paid ¼ of 4.05 V. 7

1.01 ¼

Paid ¼ of 6.95 V. 8

1.73 ¾

Paid T. & B. V. 9

16.00

Paid L. & H. V. 10

12.00

Paid Kendrick & Co. V. 11

10.86

Paid Tuition V. 12

1.05

Paid Medical Bill V. 13

15.00

Paid Medical Bill V. 14

55.00

Paid Medical Bill V. 15

2.50

Paid ¼ Cost V. 16

.31 (?)

Paid ¼ tax Bill

2.21 ¼


230.93 ½


G. D. HUEY Guardian


Sworn to and subscribed before me Sept. 11th 1882

J. W. Waddill clk.



Amt. on hand to credit of S. E. GATES minor as per Report filed May 31st 1881.……257.62 ¾ (?)

¼ property sold V. X………$44.00……………………………………………………………………………….11.00

¼ Rent 1881 V. S…………..$102.30………………………………………………………………………………25.57

$294.19 ¾


Paid out

Pd. L & H V. 1

4.22

Pd. Board &c. V. 2

30.00

¼ of $15.00 V. 3

3.75

¼ of 6.20 V. 4

1.55

¼ of 14.12 V. 5

3.52

¼ of 3.00 V. 6

.75

¼ of 4.05 V. 7

1.01 ¼

¼ of 6.95 V. 8

1.73 ¾

T & B V. 9

16.00

Medical Bill V. 10

3.50

Board V. 11

15.00

¼ Cost

.31 ¼

¼ Tax

2.21 ¼


$83.57 ½


G. D. HUEY Guardn.


Sworn to and subscribed before me this Sept. 11th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.




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Amt. on hand to credit of ROBERT GATES minor as per Report Filed May 31st 1881……309.46 ¼

¼ of $44.00 property sold V. X………………………………………………………………………………………..11.00

¼ of $102.30 Rent 1881 V. S………………………………………………………………………………………….25.57

$346.03 ¼


Paid out

Pd. L & H V. 1

4.23

Pd. Board &c V. 2

60.35

¼ of $15.00 V. 3

3.75

¼ of 6.20 V. 4

1.55

¼ of 14.12 V. 5

3.53

¼ of 3.00 V. 6

.75

¼ of 4.05 V. 7

1.01 ¼

¼ of 6.95 V. 8

1.73 ¾

T & B V. 9

16.00

J. M. MURCHUR (?) V. 10

3.25

Tuition V. 11

1.85

Kendrick & Co. V. 12

.90

Medical Bill V. 13

31.00

¼ Cost

.31 ¼

¼ Tax

2.21 ¼


132.43 ½


G. D. HUEY Guardn.


Sworn to and subscribed before me this Sept. 11th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.



Recapitulation


Recd. and on hand= J. T. GATES…………………………………………………………….$292.03 ¾

Paid out……………………………………………………………………………………………55.60 ¾

Total on hand…………………………………………………………………….$236.43


Recd. and on hand JULIA GATES……………………………………………………………$327.65 ¾

Paid out……………………………………………………………………………………………230.93 ½

Total on hand……………………………………………………………………….$96.72 ¼


Recd. and on hand S. E. GATES……………………………………………………………….294.19 ¾

Paid out……………………………………………………………………………………………..83.57 ½

Total on hand……………………………………………………………………….210.62 ¼




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Total on hand for Recd. for all……………………………………………………………………..1259.92 ½

Paid out………………………………………………………………………………………………502.52

Total on hand………………………………………………………………………….757.40 ½



E. G. SHAW Admr. Monday Novr. 27th 182

Est. of Annl. [Annual] Rept.

D. W. SHAW Decd.

Now on this day came on to be heard the annual Report of the condition of the Estate of D. W. SHAW Decd. filed by E. G. SHAW Administrator of said Estate. And said annual report being examined by the Court and found correct is approved and ordered to be recorded.


Report


E. B. SHAW admr.

Est. of D. W. SHAW Decd. In County Court Novr. Term 1882

To the Hon. County Court aforesaid

E. B. SHAW admr. of the Estate of D. W. SHAW Decd. would respectfully present this his first annual report of the condition of said Estate to wit: He would report that he has collected no money due the claims belonging to said Estate as shown by Inventory and no other property than that returned on the Inventory has come into his hands. He would further report that he has not succeeded in effecting a reconveyance of the land heretofore sold by Decd. to J. W. & A. W. NORRIS and that the matter stands unchanged. He would report that he has paid out the following sums to wit:

Amt. paid out as per Report as Temporary admr. filed Novr. 21st 1881…………….$30.00

Paid J. W. BAINES publishing notice of admr. to creditors. Voucher no. 1…………….6.00

Paid K. R. CRAIG attorneys fee. Voucher no. 2……………………………………………………10.00


He would represent that upon examination of the title to the lands upon which the notes belonging to the Estate all vendors liens he found it necessary in order to…




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perfect the title to the lands to have three (?) Deeds recorded for which he paid....$48.25

All of which is Respectfully submitted.

E. G. SHAW Admr.

Est. of D. W. SHAW Decd.


Sworn to and subscribed before me this Novr. 21st 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk. Co. Court

Collin Co. Texas

Filed Novr. 21st 1882

J. W. Waddill clk.



JOSIAH FOSTER Guardn. Tuesday Novr. 28th 1882

Est. of Report Sale prsal. prpty.

NANNIE A. HOWARD

Minor Now on this day came on to be heard the report of the sale of personal property belonging to the Est. of NANNIE A. HOWARD a minor filed by JOSIAH FOSTER Guardian of said Estate and said Report being examined by the Court that said sale was fairly made it is ordered that said report be approved and recorded and in all things confirmed.


Report


Account [of] sale of personal property belonging to the Estate of NANNIE A. HOWARD sold by ordered of the probate Court Collin County Sept. 19th 1882 at public out-cry on the above named Estate. Terms of sale six months credit excepting 5 head of Cattle and one lot of wheat which were sold for cash. Term of sale complied with according to law.


S. H. WILSON

1 five gallon Jar

.30

LARKIN ADAMSON

1 six gallon Jar

.40

S. H. WILSON

1 Three gallon Jar

.30

S. H. WILSON

1 crock

.20





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SAM SMITH

4 Jugs

.25

R. C. BLACK

1 Bucket-1 Rolling Pin

.70

S. H. WILSON

1 washboard

.20

WARNER WATSON

1 clothes wringer

2.00

JACK JONES

1 Tub

.45

S. H. WILSON

1 churn

.25

ARCH THOMPSON

1 Jug & sugar Box

.15

ARCH THOMPSON

2 coffee pots & bucket

.20

W. P. LLOYD

1 coffee mill

.55

S. H. WILSON

sieve pan & C moulds [sic]

.35

R. C. BLACK

2 wash pans

.25

JACK JONES

2 bread pans

.85

ARCH THOMPSON

1 cooler

.35

W. F. LLOYD

Buckett [sic] & Pan

.40

R. C. BLACK

1 Keg

.90

DICK DOUGLAS

Iron & bake oven

.35

J. M. BROWN

1 Small Table

.40

S. H. WILSON

1 Broom

.15

WILL KERLEY

1 axe

1.00

HENRY WRIGHT

5 plates

.50

WILL KERLEY

1 Glass lamp

.70

JACK JONES

3 pitchers

.35

SAM SMITH

1 molasses pitcher & sugar

bowls

.25

JACK JONES

1 butter bowl

.15

HENRY WRIGHT

Cups & saucers

.65

J. M. BROWN

1 Bowl

.25

SAM SMITH

Set of spoons

.15

DAVE DOUGLAS

Chamber

.50

R. C. BLACK

1 Tin cup

.15

DICK DOUGLAS

Table and clock

.35

HENRY WRIGHT

1 clock

.35

S. H. WILSON

1 Rocking chair

3.25

THOS. CULWELL

1 Feather bed & bolster

14.17

JOHN CUP (?)

1 carpet @ 19 cents pr. yd.

25 yds.

4.75

JAS. RYAN

1 Lounge

1.00

HENRY WRIGHT

1 Sewing machine

18.00

WHITTENBUGH

Bedstead

2.00

Wm. HAWKINS

  1. D. (dining?) Table

3.30

A.L. RENSEURY (?)

1 Kitchen sage

4.00

J. STONEGARGER

1 cook stove

12.00

J. RYAN

1 Wash Kettle

3.50





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Wm. ROBERTS

Corn Box & Sundries

.50

Wm. ROBERTS

1 Hand Loon (?)

5.00

SAM SMITH

Cotton Scales

.70

DAVE DOUGLAS

1 Bridge

.65

S. H. WILSON

Tin Box & Barrels (?)

.15

J. RYAN

1 Box

.80

SAM SMITH

1 Box

.35

JOHN COX

1 Milk Cow

21.50

L. A. ADAMSON

1 Milk Cow

16.00

H. BEST

2 yrs. old Heifer

16.50

H. BEST

2 yrs. old Heifer

13.00

JOHN COX

1 yearling

8.50

J. RYAN

1 Sorrel mare

65.00

S. H. WILSON

1 Bay Mule Colt

45.00

S. H. WILSON

1 Black Mule Colt

49.75

S. H. WILSON

1 Bay mare

25.50


Total amount of Sales

362.72


JOSIAH FOSTER Guardn.


Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of October 1882 as witness my hand and official seal at my office.

L. S. A. T. Robertson

N. Public C. C. Texas

Filed Novr. 7th 1882.

J. W. Waddill Clk.



J. N. STALLINGS admr. Monday Novr. 29th 1882

Est. of

JOHN RATLIFF Decd. Now on this day comes J. N. STALLINGS and files for approval of his bond as administrator of the Estate of JOHN RATLIFF Decd. which bond being examined by the Court and considered a good and solvent bond and approved and ordered to be recorded.


Bond


State of Texas County Court

County of Collin Novr. Term 1882

Know all men by these here presents [sic] that we J. N. STALLINGS as




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principal & J. R. SPRAWLS & M. W. KEEN as sureties acknowledge ourselves bound to pay the County Judged of Collin County and his successors in office in the just and lawful sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) for which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs &c firmly by these here presents [sic]. The condition of the above bond is such that whereas J. N. STALLINGS was on the 22nd day of November A. D. 1882 appointed the administrator of the Estate of JOHN RATLIFF Deceased by the County Court of Collin County. Now should the said J. N. STALLINGS administrator as aforesaid well and truly perform all the duties required of him under such appointment then this obligation shall be null and void.

This Novr. 24th 1882.

J. N. STALLING [sic]

J. R. SPRAWLS

M. W. KEEN


State of Texas This day came before me the undersigned authority J. N.

County of Collin STALLINGS who on oath says that JOHN RATLIFF died

without leaving any lawful will so far as he knows or believes and that he will well and truly perform all the duties of administrator of the deceased JOHN RATLIFF.


J. N. STALLINGS


Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 24th day of Novr. 1882.

M. W. Keen J. P. Collin

County Texas


Filed Novr. 27th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.




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JOHN ANDERSON Tuesday Novr. 28th 1882

vs. Est. of

S. WOODRUFF Now on this day comes

Decd. JOHN ANDERSON and prays

the Court to dismiss the application for the administration herein filed which is accordingly granted, it is therefore ordered that this cause be dismissed.



GEO. D. HUEY Guardn. Tuesday Nov. 28th 1882

Est. of

JAS. T. GATES Minor Now on this day comes

on to be heard the following application to wit:

GEORGE HUEY Guardian of the Estate of JAS. T. GATES minor would represent that his Ward is desirous of going into another County to go to school and it will be necessary to defray his expenses board & tuition and prays that he have an order appropriating the sum for the purpose herein set forth.

Throckmorton & Brown


And said application being understood by the Court the same is granted and it is ordered that the said GEORGE HUEY Guardian appropriate the said sum of one hundred dollars to the purposes set forth in said application.



W. W. S. HARRIS Guardn. Tuesday Nov. 28th 1882

Est. of

MINNIE D. & F. P. HARRIS Now on this day came

Minors on to be heard the report of

W. W. S. HARRIS Guardian of the Estate of MINNIE D. and F. P. HARRIS minors of the sale of one certain House and lot situated in the city of McKinney Collin County Texas to JOHN




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JOHNSON for five hundred dollars at private sale and the Court having inquired into the manner in which said sale was made and hearing all the evidence in support of and against said report and being satisfied that the sale was fairly made in conformity with law and for a fair price, it is ordered adjudged and decreed by the Court that said sale be confirmed that the clerk record the report of said sale and that the administrator execute the proper conveyance to the purchaser upon his compliance with the terms of the sale.




Report


W. W. S. HARRIS Guardian

of the Est. of

MINNIE D. & FANNIE P. HARRIS Minors Now comes said Guardian W. W. S. HARRIS and lot situated in the city of McKinney, the same being the one half undivided interest in the North half of Block (41) forty one it being the same House and lot inventoried to them by the appraisers F. M. DAVIDSON & JAMES L. WHITE. The one half undivided interest in said house and lot. Said sale was made to JOHN JOHNSON SR. for five hundred dollars ($500.00) at private sale cash paid down. Said sale was made in accordance with an order made on the 18th day of September 1882 by the County Court of Collin County Texas. And the said JOHN JOHNSON SR. having complied with the terms of said sale said guardian therefore asks that said sale be confirmed by the Court and that he be ordered to make deed to the said JOHNSON for said property this Sept. 27th 1882.

W. W. S. HARRIS Guardian

for MINNIE D. & FANNIE PEARL HARRIS



State of Tennessee

Humphreys County This day personally appeared before me G. M. Rogers clerk of the County Court of said County W. W. S. HARRIS Guardian of for M. D. & F. P. HARRIS minor heirs of N. C. HARRIS Decd. and makes oath in due form of law




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and states that the foregoing is a true statement to the best of his knowledge information and belief and the same being worn to and subscribed before me.

Given under my hand and seal of our said Court at office Sept. 27th 1882.

L. S. G. M. Rogers clk.


Filed Oct. 1st 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.



N. S. CRENSHAW Guardn. Wednesday Nov. 29th 1882

Est. of

BULA BROCKMAN et al minors Now on this day came on to be heard the exhibit of the condition of the Estate of BULA and J. S. BROCKMAN minors filed (?) by N. S. CRENSHAW guardian of said Estate together with his application to sell lands belonging to said Estate and the Court having examined the said exhibit and the same appearing in all things correct it is approved and it further appearing to the Court that a necessity exists for the sale of the land [sic] described in said application to educate and maintain said minors it is ordered adjudged and decreed by the Court that said administrator [sic] sell at private sale for cash the following lands belonging to said Estate: fifty acres in Collin County part of the SYLVESTER WILLIAMS survey. Beginning at the N. E. Cor. of lot no. 2 as subdivided by G. J. Davie Depty. Co. Surveyor. Thence E 17 chs. 24 lks. a stake. Thence S with LEES WB line 29 chs a stake. Thence W 17 chs. 24 lks. a stake. Thence N 29 chs. to the beginning. Also an undivided interest in one half of 19 36/100 acres part of the L. WEBSTER [survey] in same County. Beginning in the center of Tom Bean Creek near a large Bois darc. Thence S. 13 chs. 20 lks. [a] stake in S B line of original survey from which a hackberry marked Z brs. S 56 1/2° E 55 links. Thence E with said line 23 chs.



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57 links a stake S E Corner of said survey. Thence N 1 ch. 25 lks. to center of said creek. Thence down its meanders to the beginning and that he report his action to this Court for confirmation.



Application


To the County Court of Collin County

N. S. CRENSHAW guardian of the Estate of BEULAH and JAMES S. BROCKMAN minors would represent that his said wards have no money belonging to their said Estates and that they have no income from any source save and except the rents on one half of about 34 acres of land in Collin County with which to educate and maintain them and that there are no debts against their Estates but that it is necessary to sell their undivided one half interest in the lands herein after described to educate & maintain them to wit:

Fifty acres in Collin County part of the SYLVESTER WILLIAMS Survey. Beginning at N. E. cor. of lot no. 2 as subdivided by G. J. Davie Deputy Co. surveyor Thence E. 17 chs. 24 lks. a stake. Thence S. W. the LEES W. B. line 29 chs. a stake. Thence West 17 chs. 24 lks. a stake. Thence North 29 chs. to the beginning. Also an undivided interest of one half in 19 36/100 acres part of the L. WEBSTER [survey] in same county Beginning in the center of Tom Bean Creek near a large Bois darc. Thence S. 13 chs. 20 lks. [a] stake in S. Boundary line of the original survey from which a hackberry marked Z brs. S. 56 1/2° E. 55 lks. Thence E. with said line 23 chs. 57 lks. a stake S. E. Cor. of said survey. Thence N. 1 chs. 25 lks. to center of said creek. Thence down its meanders to the beginning.

He would further represent that he believes it to be to the interest of said minors to sell said land at private sale for cash and prays that he have an order authorizing him to sell the same




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in that way.


C. S. CRENSHAW Guardn.


Sworn to and subscribed before me this Oct. 11th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.

Filed Oct. 11th 1882.

J. W. Waddill clk.



NANCY D. SMITH Wednesday Novr. 29th 1882

survg. wife

vs. Est. of Now on this day came

L. B. SMITH Decd. on to be heard the application

of MRS. NANCY D. SMITH surviving wife of L. B. SMITH Decd. for the appointment of appraisers to assess the value of the property belonging to the community Estate of herself and her deceased husband. Which application being examined by the Court is granted and it is ordered that RICHARD PRATER, ED BOULWARE and THOS. J. HOWARD be and they are hereby appointed appraisers to value the Community property belonging to the said Estate.



W. Y. FOWLER Extr. Wednesday Novr. 29th 1882

Est. of

W. T. FOWLER Decd. Now on this day came on to be

heard the Inventory and appraisement of the property belonging to the Estate of W. F. [sic] FOWLER Decd. Filed by W. Y. FOWLER Extr. of said Estate and said inventory and appraisement being examined by the Court is approved and ordered to be recorded.


Inventory and appraisement of the real and personal property belonging to the Estate of W. T. FOWLER deceased.

Fifty four acres Homestead W. B. WILLIAMS survey $1350.00




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2 acres Ineranity (?) survey 15.00


Personal property


2 mules

200.00

1 wagon

30.00

2 cows


1 Woods self binder

20.00

Farming implements

25.00

5 bed steads

10.00

4 Feather beds

60.00

Bed quilts & Blankets

60.00

1 cookstove & vessels

10.00

1 sewing machine

10.00

3 Hogs

35.00

1 Bureau 5.00 12 chairs 5.00

10.00

1 clock 5.00 Sundries

10.00

400 Bu. corn

200.00

8 Bales cotton

320.00

75 bu. wheat

50.00

1 Part stack oats

5.00

Total amt.

2455.00


Before me on this day personally appeared J. A. ASTON & H. D. MARKHAM a majority of the appraisers appointed to appraise property of W. T. FOWLER Decd. who after being duly sworn say that the above and foregoing is a true and correct list of the property both personal and real belonging to said Estate and that their value of each article is correct.


J. A. ASTON

H. D. MARKHAM


Sworn to and subscribed before me this Novr. 27th 1882.

J. S. Rike J. P. Prct. No. 2 Collin


Also at the same time came W. Y. FOWLER executor of the Estate of W. T. FOWLER Decd. and upon oath says that the foregoing is a true & correct Inventory of all the property belonging to the Estate of W. F. [sic] FOWLER Decd. that have come to his knowledge.


W. Y. FOWLER

Sworn to and subscribed before me this Nov. 27 1882. J. S. Rike J. P. Prct. No. 2 C. C. Texas


Filed Novr. 29th 1882. J. W. Waddill clk.



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