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Early Records of Georgia

Volume 1, Wilkes County

abstracted and compiled by Grace Gillam Davidson,

published in 1933 at Macon, GA

 Submitted by Christina Palmer

Thank you to Donna & CJ Crawford & Jennifer Reddish for your transcription assistance.

 

 

MINUTES OF INFERIOR COURT—1824-1827

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  Page 1—Mar. 1, 1824. Ludwell Fullilove, dec'd Elizabeth Fullilove appointed Admx. Commissioners appointed to set off to Thomas C. Porter his distributive share of his father, Benjamin Poeters estate, the Excrs to hold the said portion till a guardian is appointed. John G. Ogletree appointed guardian of William, Thomas, Lovick P., Eleanor and Absolom Ogletree. Richard J. Wilis appointed guardian of Nancy H. Johnson, orphan of Wm. Johnson, dec'd, Thomas McLaughlin, Security.  
     
  Page 2—Henry Spratlin appointed guardian of Stephen W., Martha and Catharine A. Johnson orphans of Wm. Johnson, dec'd. Jubal Early, dec'd. Duncan G. Campbell appointed Admr.  
 

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  Petition of Wm. Robertson, Admr of David Ogletree, dec'd to sell the real estate it being the widow's dower. Will of Abram Simons proven. Charles Wittich, dec'd, Earnest C. Wittich appointed Admr. Joseph Heard relieved of being security for James Toles, guardian of the orphans of Lewis Norman, dec'd.  
     
  Page 3—Petition of Thomas Guest, Admr of Patience Crenshaw, dec'd. to sell slaves. Petition of Joshua Morgan, surviving Excr. Jos. Cohron dec'd., to sell slaves. Petition of Solomon Lee and Matthias Mauk to divide the personal estate of William Lee, dec'd.  
     
  Page 4—Petition of Legatees of Joseph Cohron, dec'd that Joshua Morgan surviving Excr. be allowed to sell the slaves, signed John Cohron, Richard Dozier, guardian for Jesse Cohron, James Cohron, Jacob Hoge, Richard Heeth. Will of Isaiah Roberts probated. Permission to Felix G. Hay and Richard H. Long, Excrs. of Gilbert Hay, dec'd to convey land to Benjamin Hall. Ordered that bond for security given by Joshua Willis as guardian of Moses P., Nancy, Sarah, James Francis, Elizabeth and Joshua Willis orphans of James Willis, dec'd, be certified.  
     
  Page 5—Permission given John Parks and Gannaway Martin, Admrs of William Martin, dec'd to sell land to William Arnett.  
     
  Page 6—Mar. 2, 1824. Richard Randolph appointed guardian of Thomas C. Porter, incompetent. On complaint of John Rorie, one of the heirs of Abner Webster, dec'd, Elizabeth Webster, Excx is ordered to give security. Robert W. Sessions, dec'd, Joshua Willis appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 7—James Perry, dec'd. Josiah Perry appointed Admr. Polly Porter appointed guardian of Solon W. Porter, orphan of Thomas Porter, dec'd.  
     
  Mar. 3, 1824. Hannah Jennett Wingfield, dec'd. John L. Wingfield appointed Admr. Margaret Dyson, dec'd. John Rich appointed Admr. Michael L. Dent, Security.  
     
  Page 8—Mar. 3, 1824. Thomas C. Porter vs Cecelia Porter, Excr. of Benjamin Porter, dec'd. Application for division, appeal granted, Augustus H. Gibson, Security. Elizabeth Giddins qualified as Admx. with will annexed of Francis Giddins, dec'd. John W. Cooksey and Robert Killgore, Security. Benjamin Hubbard, dec'd. William Hubbard appointed Admr. Christopher Brooks, caveator vs Nancy Simons, Wm. Grant and others, applicants to probate of Abram Simons will. Appeal, James McIntosh, Security.  
     
  Page 9—Mar. 5, 1824. Thomas Staples, dec'd. James Eidson appionted Admr. Joshua Render, dec'd. James Render appointed Admr. with will annexed. Dudley Stinson, dec'd. Thomas Wootten appointed Admr. Ignatius Dodson, dec'd. Charles Dodson appointed Admr. with will annexed.  
     
  Page 10—Apr. 1, 1824. Silas Dixon, dec'd. James A. Groves, Esqr. appointed  
 

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  Admr. de bonis non. Johnson Welborn, dec'd. Sarah, Abner and Carleton Welborn and Isaac Ramsey and James Render appointed Admrs.  
     
  Page 10—May 3, 1824. Felix G. Hay guardian of James F. Hya, minor allowed to sell real estate for defraying expenses of education. Thomas D. Burford, orphan of Mitchell Burford bound to Constantine Church. Petition of Robert Killgore, Admr of George Stinson to sell slaves. Chas. R. Carter appointed Admr. of Silas Dixon, dec'd.  
     
  Page 12—Claybrook Williamson, dec'd. Will probated. John Moore, dec'd. Elizabeth Moore appointed Admx. Cloe Dodson, dec'd. Chas. Dodson appointed Admr. James Partridge, Sr. dec'd. Will probated. Letters dismissory granted Wm. Robertson and David Lee, Admrs. of James Lee, dec'd.  
     
  Page 13—James Matthews, Sr. Admr with will annexed of Samuel Wellborn, dec'd, allowed to sell 50 acres on Clarks creek. Richard B. Wootten, Admr. of Allen R. Wootten, dec'd. allowed to sell slave. Elizabeth Bennett guardian of Reuben and Polly Bennett ordered to appear in court to show cause why the representatives of Parmenas Cochran, dec'd, and Thomas Bowles should not be relieved as her security.  
     
  Page 14—William Little appointed guardian of Celia Ann and George Gunn, minors of John Gunn, dec'd. Polly Pollard guardian of William and Nancy Pollard ordered to appear in court to furnish security instead of Herman Mercer and Joel Leverett.  
     
  Harris Smith Norman and Elizabeth J. Norman, orphans of Lewis Norman, dec'd. choose John Burks, guardian. Noah Lee appointed Admr. with will annexed of William Lee, dec'd. John Peteet, Jacob Lunceford and Wm. Robertson, Security. Robert Killgore resigns as security for Sally Binns and Dudley Stinson, Admrs. of Christopher Binns, dec'd. Reuben Scott, Admr. in right of his wife Margaret Scott, Admx. of estate of John D. Stroud, petition to sell real estate. Johnson Wellborn, dec'd. Samuel M. Smyth and Nathaniel Bailey appointed Admrs.  
     
  Page 16—May 11, 1824. Bond of William Saffold, Admr. of William Hamrick, dec'd. Lemuel Wootten and Nelson Powell, Security, ordered delivered to Pope & Brewer. Bond of Joshua Willis as guardian of Lucy M., Martha H., and Solon W. Porter, orphans of Thomas Porter, dec'd. ordered delivered to Pope & Brewer.  
     
  Page 17—May 26, 1824. John Ridley, Sr. dec'd. John Ridley, Jr. appointed Admr. with will annexed. William Robertson, Admr. of David Ogletree allowed to sell real estate. Wm. Robertson and Wm. Stayton, Security for Allen P. Rice, Admr. of Stephen Hearnesberger, dec'd. resigns.  
     
  Page 18—William Little appointed guardian of Jack B., Lucy D., and Mary C. Langdon, orphans of James Langdon, dec'd. Admr. of Robert Grier,  
 

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  dec'd. allowed to sell real estate. William Proctor, dec'd. Will probated. Jane Lackey, dec'd. Will probated.  
     
  Page 19—Slaves of estate of Woodard Trammell, dec'd. allowed sold to pay debts. Thomas Semmes, dec'd. Will probated. William G. Carter appointed guardian of Elizabeth, Ann and William Booker, orphans of Wm. M. Booker, dec'd.  
     
  Page 20—Purnall Truitt and James R. Callaway caveators vs James Render applicant for probate of will of Joshua Render, dec'd. Appeal. Wm. Arnold, Excr. of Joshua Arnold, dec'd. declared insolvent. Ordered to give security.  
     
  Page 22—July 6, 1824. Permission given to divide the slaves of Wm. Lee, dec'd, which were given to Nancy Lee for life, and directed to be divided among her five children at her death. Solomon Lee and Matthias Mauk petitioners. Wm. Andrews, Security for Reuben Scott, Admr. in right of his wife on estate of John D. Stroud, resigns.  
     
  Page 23—John Walker appointed guardian of Leonidas Huff, orphan of Washington Huff, dec'd. Buford Bird appointed guardian of Joseph Cohron, orphan of Joseph Cohron, dec'd. Wm. Hubbard, Admr. of Benjamin Hubbard, dec'd. allowed to sell slaves.  
     
  Page 23—July 23, 1824. John Langdon, dec'd. Isaac Langdon and William Robertson appointed Admrs.  
     
  Page 24—Sept. 6, 1824. Will of Joshua Render admitted to probate. James Render appointed Admr. with will annexed. Petition of Wm. Stayton and Wm. Robertson, Admrs. of Samuel Stayton, dec'd. to sell the real estate, land on Kettle creek. Elizabeth Cain, Excx. of Jacob Cain, dec'd. vs Elijah Sherrer and wife and James Miller and wife, caveators. Letters testamentary granted Elizabeth Cain.  
     
  Page 26—Petition of William Holmes, Admr. of Mary Holmes, dec'd. to sell two slaves for division, granted.  
     
  Page 27—On complaint of Charles Wingfield, Admr. of Samuel Wingfield, dec'd. who was security for James Chivers, Admr. of Joel Chivers, dec'd. said James is ordered to appear in court. Petition of Elizabeth Ball, Admx. of Frederick Ball, dec'd. to sell the real estate, granted. Petition of Wm. Arnold surviving Excr. of Joshua Arnold, dec'd to divide the personal estate, granted.  
     
  Page 28—Petition of Francis W. Butler, Admr. of David Butler, dec'd. to sell 206 acres on Beaverdam and Kettle creeks.  
     
  William Davis, Richard J. Willis, Marshall Martin and others appointed to divide the personal estate of Burton Talliaferro.  
     
  Page 29—Elizabeth Fullilove appointed guardian of her children, William W., Mary E., Ludwell N., Henry M., Martha A., and Burwell P. Fullilove  
 

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  children of Ludwell Fullilove, dec'd. Seaborn J. Fullilove chooses Elizabeth Fullilove guardian. Commissioners appointed to divide the estate of Ludwell Fullilove, dec'd. among his widow and nine children at request of Willis and Elizabeth Fullilove, Admrs. Petition of Simon Peteet to have titles made to Majors Henderson for 165 acres, being part of a thousand acre tract run for William Davie or Davis, to which Aquilla Burroughs now dec'd. gave bond for title 1808. Brad Parks, Admr.  
     
  Page 31—Nov. 1, 1824. Eli McKinney, dec'd. Nancy McKinney appointed Admx. Jane Lackey, dec'd. John Wilkinson and William Lackey appointed Admrs. George Walker, dec'd. John Walker appointed Admr. Wm. B. Willis, dec'd. Daniel Owen appointed Admr. Thomas Berry and John B. Lennard, Security.  
     
  Page 31—Jan. 3, 1825. Petition of John Dyson, Admr. of Raphael Wheeler, dec'd, to divide the slaves belonging to the minors.  
     
  Page 32—Frances Terrell chooses Penelope Terrell guardian and she is appointed guardian of Judah and Peter Terrell, orphans of Peter B. Terrell, dec'd. William Jones is appointed guardian of Joel Terrell orphan of Peter B. Terrell. Commissioners appointed to divide the personal estate of Peter B. Terrell, dec'd.  
     
  Page 33—Cecelia Porter, Excx. of Benjamin Porter, having refused to deliver Thomas C. Porter's share of slaves, she is ordered to have them divided.  
     
  Page 34—Petition of Thomas Wootten, Admr. of Wm. Walker, dec'd, to sell the real estate consisting of 265 acres, granted.
Eliza Ogletree, orphan of David Ogletree chooses Turner Ogletree guardian. Samuel Barnett appointed guardian of Mary Sophia and Thomas F. Willis, orphans of Thomas Willis, dec'd.
 
     
  Page 35—Benjamin Wallace appointed guardian of Mary Ann and Martha F. Wallace, orphans of John Wallace, dec'd. Elizabeth Norman, dec'd. Richard B. Wooten, Admr, allowed to sell a slave Cato. Daniel Owen appointed guardian of Sarah, James, Francis, Elizabeth, and Joshua Willis, orphans of James Willis, dec'd. Thomas Cooksey appointed guardian of Ann Proctor, orphan of William Proctor, dec'd. Charles Dodson appointed guardian of Thomas Dodson, minor orphan of Ignatius and Cloe Dodson, dec'd. Chloe Ann Dodson chooses Richard J. Willis guardian.  
     
  Page 36—Petition of Elizabeth Giddens, Admx. of Francis Giddens, dec'd, to sell 200 acres on Sandy creek, Jackson Co., granted. Commissioners appointed to divide the estate of Ignatius and Cloe Dodson, dec'd.  
     
  Page 37—Commissioners appointed to divide the estate of David Ogletree,  
 

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  dec'd. Executors of Gilbert Hay allowed to sell land in Franklin, Morgan and Washington counties.
John Wilkinson appointed guardian of David, Phebe and Christopher Binns, orphans of Christopher Binns, dec'd. Commissioners appointed to divide the estate of Benjamin Gresham, dec'd. among the legatees as follows: Eli McKinney in right of his wife, William Gresham, Dennis Paschall in right of his wife, John, Jonathan, Jane, James, Mary, Benjamin, and Elizabeth Gresham and Elizabeth Gresham, widow of said dec'd.
 
     
  Page 38—William Robertson, Admr. of John Langdon, dec'd. allowed to sell slaves for division. Commissioners appointed to divide the slaves of estate of Lewis McLendon, dec'd. on petition of Nelson Powell and Francis McLendon, Admrs. John Ogletree appointed guardian of America Ogletree, a minor. Wm. Andrews relieved as security for Reuben Scott, Admr. in right of his wife Margaret on estate of John D. Stroud. Commissioners appointed to divide the personal estate of Francis Giddens, dec'd. and to assign an equal share to Talliaferro Jones in right of his wife Hannah, a legatee. Joseph W. Cooper, Admr. of Augustin Cooper, dec'd. allowed to sell 100 acres of land.  
     
  Page 40—Harris S. Norman chooses John D. Hinton guardian and he is appointed guardian of Jesse A. H., Terrese E., and Richard H., all orphans of Lewis Norman, dec'd. John Hinton, Lemuel Wootten and Powhattan B. Thurmond, Security. Commissioners appointed to lay off to Willis Jarrell, Ordicia Callaway and Elizabeth Callaway, their respective shares of the personal estate of Joseph H. Callaway, dec'd. Powhattan B. Thurmond appointed guardian of Mary Barnett insane, her former guardian Bird Saffold having removed from this state.  
     
  Page 40-42—Jan. 3, 1825. Personally appeared Dudley Pool resident of Wilkes Co., age 72 years who made declaration in order to obtain pension, made by Acts of Congress Mar. 18, 1818 and May 1, 1820, saying he was enlisted for two years about the first of the Revolutionary War in Va., by Capt. William or Chas. Fleming or Fleman, and served in the Company commanded by said Capt. Fleming in the 7th. Va. Reg. after the Reg. was consolidated, commanded by Col. McClanahan that he was discharged in Penna., at a place called White Marsh Camp, that he was at the Battle of Brandywine, the battle on Winns Island when Dunmore was driven from thence. That as a volunteer he was at the capture of Lord Cornwallis. The next summer he enlisted in Amelia Co. Va. for 18 months, served most of this enlistment under Capt. Pain, was at the battle of Charleston, S. C., was taken prisoner, before he was exchanged his enlistment expired, was discharged at Jamestown, Va., and has no proof of said service except this statement. That he was a resident citizen of the U. S. Mar. 18, 1818 and has not disposed of property in any way since. That by occupation he is a farmer, but being entirely blind can not support himself with the  
 

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  common necessities of life. He has resided in Wilkes Co. for upwards of 30 years, previous to that in Bedford Co. Va. His family consists of a wife about 50 years old, not able to work because of disease, two children, a boy about 12 or 13 and a girl 10 or 11 years old, able to do very little towards their support, and a slave 15 or 16 able to do some work. Inventory: 1 negro boy, above, 1 old mare and old horse, 4 to 8 head of cattle, 24 head of hogs, 1 note on John Evans for $300.00, household goods not worth over $50.00.  
     
  Page 43—John Ridley, dec'd. Stephen Parks appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 44—Mar. 15, 1825. Daniel Owen, Admr. of William B. Willis allowed to sell slaves. Wm. Kelly, Security for Nelson Powell and Francis McLendon, Admrs. of Lewis McLendon, dec'd. resigns.  
     
  Page 45—Elizabeth J. Norman one of the orphans of Lewis Norman chooses John D. Hinton guardian. Amanda Norman, dec'd. John D. Hinton appointed Admr. Wm. C. Wingfield, dec'd. Archibald S. Wingfield appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 46—Executors of Wm. Proctor, dec'd. allowed to sell a slave. Asa Hoxey, dec'd. will probated. Ann Wilkinson, dec'd. will probated. George W. Johnson appointed guardian of Ann and Mary Dawson, orphans of Robert Dawson, dec'd.  
     
  Page 47—Nelson Powell, dec'd. will probated. Executors of Nicholas Long, dec'd. allowed to sell land. Commissioners appointed to divide the estate of Leroy Wilkins, dec'd, at the request of Bedford Cade and Agnes Cade, formerly Agnes Wilkins, Excrs of said estate, and Bedford as guardian of John H. Wilkins orphan of said Leroy, said Bedford acting Excr. and guardian in right of his wife. Suit instituted against Wm. Saffold and James Tole and their security as guardians of the orphans of Lewis Norman, dec'd. Joshua Morgan appointed guardian of Owen W., Benjamin F., and John Scott orphans of John Scott, dec'd.  
     
  Page 48—Christopher Brooks appilicant and caveator vs William Grant and Nancy Simons applicants for the proof of Abraham Simons will, respectively. Probated and letters testamentary issued to Nancy Simons and Grant. Petition of Chas. Dodson, Admr. of estates of Ignatius and Chloe Dodson, dec'd. to sell the real estate, granted. Land in Houston Co., belonging to the estate of Wm. Martin, dec'd, allowed to be sold.  
     
  Page 48—Mar. 15, 1825. Personally appeared Elemeleck Sandeford, 77 years old to make declaration for pension according to an Act of Congress of Mar. 18, 1818 and May 1, 1820. He declares he was enlisted for the term of three years Aug. 16, 1777 in Brunswick Co. Va., by Capt. Lawrence House in the company commanded by Capt. House, in the Reg. commanded by Col. David Mason in the line of State of Va. in the Continental Establishment, that he continued in said corps about 16 months, when he was compelled on account of his family to hire one  
 

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  Nathan Pelps or Felps. He was discharged from service at Yorktown, Va. That he has no further evidence of this service except the foregoing. He swears he was a resident citizen of the U. S., Mar. 12, 1818 and has not given away and sold property since, nor has he any income except what is mentioned in the following inventory. That his occupation is that of wheelwright, but not being able to work has lived with his son in Washington, Ga. for the past five years, previous to which he lived in Northampton Co. N. C. Sworn to before Thomas Wootten, J. I. C., John T. Graves, J. I. C., John W. Cooper, J. I. C., John B. Lennard, J. I. C., Chas. C. Mills, J. I. C.  
     
  Page 50—Mar. 15, 1825. Personally appeared John Williams a resident citizen of this county, age 68 years Sept. 28, last, to make declaration for pension according to Acts of Congress Mar. 18, 1818 and May 1, 1820. He declares he was enlisted as a minute man in 1775 in Powhattan Co. Va., by Capt. Carrington and served in his company, later under Lt. Robert Hughes in the 1st Va. Regt. commanded by Genl. Chas. Scott on the continental establishment, served two or three years, and was discharged at a place called Kemps Landing in Va. that he was in the Battle of Long Bridge and other battles while he was at Norfolk two months, that he has no other evidence of said service, that he was a resident of the U. S. Mar. 18, 1818, and has not sold or given away property since and has no income except what is found in the following schedule: 250 acres in Early Co. for which I have no grant, one bed and furniture, one imperfect set of carpenters tools, two axes and a few old hoes, 10 head of hogs and 12 pigs, a scanty supply of household furniture not worth over $40.00. His occupation is wheelwright but from age and infirmity not able to work. Has a wife about 60 and able to do little, daughters 30 and 35 able to support themselves, a son 22 who is entitled to his own earnings. Has resided in Wilkes Co. for five years past, previous to that in N. C. and Va. Sworn to before, John Dyson, C. C. O., Thomas Wootten, J. I. C., John T. Graves, J. I. C., John W. Cooper, J. I. C., Chas. C. Mills, J. I. C., John B. Lennard, J. I. C.  
     
  Page 53—May 9, 1825. Wylie Pope, Jr., dec'd. Henry Josey appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 54—May 30, 1825. Reuben Banks, dec'd. William Banks appointed Admr. Robert W. Tarver, dec'd. Andrew Tarver appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 54—July 4, 1825. Nathan Bailey, Admr. of Johnson Wellborn allowed to sell slaves.
July Term, 1825. Will of Kitty Hendricks heretofore admitted to probate, but not recorded, now ordered to be. Duncan G. Campbell qualifies as Excr. Wm. Robertson, Admr. of John Langdon, dec'd. allowed to sell land.
 
     
  Page 55—July 5, 1825. William Grant, dec'd. Will probated, Keturah G. Grant qualifies as Excx.  
 

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  Page 57—Francis B. Billingslea, Excr. of John Turner, dec'd. allowed to make returns in this county instead of Columbia Co.
Nicholas G. Barksdale and James Walker accepted as security of Francis McLendon, Admr. of Lewis McLendon, dec'd. The heirs general of Wm. Johnson, dec'd. and Wylie Pope, dec'd. ask that titles be made to two-thirds of a tract of land on Broad river, one-third of which Wm. Johnson transferred to Wylie Pope, bond for title given by Aquilla Burroughs in 1808, and all three now dead. Bird Parks, Admr. of Burroughs ordered to give titles.
 
     
  Page 58—Petition of Richard Randolph, guardian of Thomas C. Porter to sell slaves to settle debts, granted. Letters of administration on estate of Jane Lackey, dec'd. granted John Wilkinson with will annexed, de bonis non.  
     
  Page 59—Thomas Formby, dec'd. John Favor and Larkin Formby appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 60—July 25, 1825. George W. Kimball, dec'd. Allen Kimball appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 60—Aug. 22, 1825. Talliaferro Stribling, dec'd. Thomas Stribling appointed Admr. Distributees of Wylie Pope, Jr., dec'd. acknowledge notice of Henry Josey, Admr. to sell slaves. Signed Wm. A. Callaway, Eliza Pope, Thomas Henderson, James Matthews. William Mallory, dec'd. Will probated. Thomas P. Mallory qualifies as Excr.  
     
  Page 61—Isaac Whitaker, dec'd. Enoch Callaway appointed Admr. Stephen Evans orphan of Stephen Evans, dec'd. chooses Benjamin Atchison guardian. Wm. Robertson, Security. George W. Kimball, dec'd. Daniel Kimball and Walter H. Weems appointed Admrs.  
     
  Page 62—Dec. 2, 1816. Petition of William Jones, Admr. of Peter B. Terrell, dec'd. to have titles made to 213 acres on north side of Little river, bond for title given by John Pray in his life time. John Maxwell, George Waters and Ann Pray, Excrs. of John Pray, dec'd. Petition of Archibald S. Wingfield, Admr. of William C. Wingfield, dec'd. to divide the estate. Commissioners appointed. Petition of Benjamin D. Sims, stating that as guardian of Kitty Ann Sims he placed her at school at his own expense, that she was clandestinely removed and none of her property has ever come into his hands. Relieved as guardian.  
     
  Page 63—Lewis S. Brown, Excr. of Asa Hoxey allowed to sell perishable estate. Tuscan Ball appointed guardian of Seabony D. Ball, minor of Frederick Ball, dec'd. Mary Powell, dec'd. Will probated. Benjamin Wallace guardian of Mary Ann and Martha F. Wallace orphans of John Wallace, dec'd. allowed to make his returns in Wilkes Co., instead of Morgan Co.  
     
  Page 64—Sept. 26, 1825. James Bryan, dec'd. John Bryan appointed Admr.  
 

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  Page 65—Jan. 2, 1826. Abner Henley or Hurley, dec'd. Wm. Robertson and Rebecca Henley or Hurley appointed Admrs. Agnes Hamilton, dec'd Constantine Church and Benjamin Murphey appointed Admrs. Commissioners appointed to divide the estate of Wm. Walker, dec'd.  
     
  Page 66—Thomas Daniel, dec'd. John T., and Cunningham Daniel appointed Admrs. Baker Lipscomb appointed guardian of Wylie M. Pope orphan of Josiah W. Pope. George W. Mallory chooses John Jordan guardian. John C. Pope orphan of Wylie Pope chooses James Huling guardian. George M. Burdine, orphan of John Burdine chooses Simpco A. G. Noel, guardian. Archibald Hayes, dec'd. Will probated, Louisa Hays qualifies as Excx. Ann Fouche, orphan of George Fouche chooses Wm. Stayton guardian. Wm. Fouche chooses Susannah Fouche guardian and she is appointed guardian of George Fouche, both orphans of George Fouche.  
     
  Page 66—Mar. 25, 1826—Darden Davis, dec'd. Elizabeth Psalmonds appointed Admx.  
     
  Page 68—John Psalmonds, dec'd. Elizabeth Psalmonds appointed Admx. Dudley Pool, dec'd. Wm. Pool appointed Admr. with will annexed. Verlinda Gardner, dec'd. Will probated, Wm. Davis Qualifies as Excr.  
     
  Page 69—Morgan Co. Nov. Term, 1825. Petition of Benjamin Wallace, Admr. of John Wallace, dec'd, to divide the personal estate into three equal parts and assign two shares to Benjamin Wallace, guardian of Mary Ann and Martha Frances Wallace and one to Frances Belcher, as a legatee.  
     
  Page 71—Oct. 3, 1825. Joseph Smith, dec'd. Wm. C. Armor appointed Admr. William Weaver, dec'd. George H. Washington appointed Admr. Thomas Formby, dec'd. Nancy Formby, Larkin Formby and John Faver appointed Admrs.  
     
  Page 71—Nov. 7, 1825. Petition of John Walker, Admr. of George Walker to sell the real estate. Petition of Hermon Mercer, Admr. of M. M. Mercer to sell the real estate. Mrs. Benedictine Crews, widow of James Crews took her thirds of real estate and a child's part of the personal estate.  
     
  Page 72—Petition of Thomas Stribling, Admr. of Talliaferro Stribling, dec'd to sell slaves. Francis McLendon appointed guardian of Julia Ann, Simpson B., Penelope and Martha McLendon orphans of Lewis McLendon, dec'd., and William, Eliza, Willis and Isaac McLendon orphans of said Lewis, over 14, choose Francis McLendon guardian, James Walker and Nicholas G. Barksdale, Security.  
     
  Page 73—John Hundley's bond as Admr. of Ann Gunn ordered delivered to Pope & Brewer for prosecution. Petition of Catherine Toombs, Excx. of Robert Toombs, dec'd. to carry into effect the sixth clause of the  
 

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  will, that she may educate the children. Thomas W. Cobb, Excr of the third clause to pay dividends on bank stock.
Petition of Sarah Stokes, Admx. of Armstead E. Stokes, dec'd. to divide the personal estate. Petition of Abram Hill, Admr. of Josiah W. Pope to divide the slaves.
 
     
  Page 74—Commissioners appointed to divide the estate of George D. Taylor, dec'd. Lemuel Wootten, Excr.  
     
  Page 75—Petition of James Chivers, guardian of orphans of Joel Chivers, dec'd. to sell two tracts of land on Little river and Lick creek. Petition of John D. Hinton, Admr. of Amanda C. Norman to sell slaves.  
     
  Page 75—Nov. 7, 1825. Personally appeared Peter Trammell, Sr., resident in said county aged about 68 years, made declaration for pension according to Acts of Congress Mar. 18, 1818 and May 1, 1820. He enlisted as a private for 18 months in N. C. in the company command by Capt. Benjamin Few, and Regt. commanded by Col. Cooper or Gen. McIntosh the exact date not remembered but he knows his service was rendered in the state of Ga., on the Continental Line, he served 18 months and was discharged at Fort Barrington in Ga. That his enlistment began at the commencement of the Revolutionary War as a Dragoon, that he enlisted about eight months after his discharge at Wrightsborough, Ga., for 18 months in the Company commanded by Capt. George Ellison or Allison, Col. John Pasley's Regt., in the Continental Establishment, served 18 months and was discharged at a place called Beards Bluff in Ga., that he served in several battles with Indians, that his name is not on the pension roll of any state, he hoping to support himself without the help of his country. He declares he was a resident citizen of the U. S., Mar. 18, 1818, and that he has not given away property since and has none except the following: One cow, one mare, 7 or 8 hogs, 1 lot of carpenters tools worth about $10.00, 2 beds and other household goods, not worth over $10.00. His occupation was that of carpentry, not being able to follow it, he farms a little. His family consists of himself and wife about 64 years old and not able to do any work except knitting. Signed Peter Trammell, sworn to before John T. Graves, J. I. C., Chas. C. Mills, J. I. C., John B. Lennard, J. I. C. John W. Cooper, J. I. C.  
     
  Page 78—Nov. 14, 1825. Abner Henley, dec'd. Wm. Robertson and Rebecca Henley appointed Admrs. Permission granted Wm. Jones, Admr. of Peter B. Terrell to sell slaves. Permission to John Bryant, Admr. of James Bryant, dec'd to sell slaves.  
     
  Page 79—May 1, 1826. Permission to John R. Anderson, Admr. of Francis Corbitt to sell the real estate, all heirs being of age.  
     
  Page 80—Richard Worsham, dec'd. Richard Worsham appointed Admr. Com missioners appointed to divide the estate of John Langdon, dec'd. George  
 

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  Fouche, dec'd. William Staton appointed Admr. George H., and Stephen L. Mallory, minors of John W. Mallory bound to Stephen H. Mallory, farmer. Commissioners appointed to divide the estate of Benjamin Hubbard.  
     
  Page 81—May 1, 1826. Letters dismissory granted Noah Lee, Admr. with will annexed of William Lee, dec'd. Baxton Bird guardian of Susan R. Staton, minor of Samuel Staton allowed to make returns in Monroe Co., he having been appointed guardian in that county. Samuel Darden appointed guardian of Jewette Evans orphan of Stephen Evans, dec'd. William Poole appointed Admr. with will annexed of Dudley Poole, dec'd. Petition of Lemuel Wootten, Excr. of Wylie Pope, dec'd. to sell the remainder of the real estate, 125 acres in Morgan Co., and 165 acres adj. David Daniel and Athens. Petition of Archibald S. Wingfield, Admr. of Wm. C. Wingfield to sell all the real estate consisting of 50 acres on Little river. Petition of Rebecca Allison, Admx. of John Allison, dec'd. to sell two slaves for distribution between said Rebecca and William C. Allison, only heirs.  
     
  Page 83—Original application of Peter Trammell for pension as Revolutionary soldier again recorded.  
     
  Page 85—Petition of James W. Jack guardian of Felix Arnett minor to sell 70 acres of land on Uptons creek.  
     
  Page 86—Hester Simpson, dec'd. William and Robert Simpson qualify as Excrs.  
     
  Page 87—May 19, 1826. Thomas Lackey, dec'd. William Lackey appointed Admr. with will annexed.
May 20, Hannah Reeves, dec'd. Cynthia Reeves appointed Admx.
 
     
  July 3, 1826. Sally Lowe, Dec'd. Will probated, John T. Graves qualifies as Excr.  
     
  Page 88—Petition of Samuel Brooks, Admr. of Darden Davis to sell slaves. William McFerren guardian of Elizabeth Hillyard, minor, ordered to make returns.  
     
  Page 89—July 14, 1826. Frederick Askins, dec'd. James Echols appointed Admr. Thomas Lasley, dec'd. Thomas Holiday appointed Admr. Archibald Riddle, dec'd. Anderson and Elizabeth Riddle appointed Admrs. Joseph Bell, dec'd. Bowling W. Stark, Francis T. Allen and Mary Bell appointed Admrs. Bond for $20,000.00.  
     
  Page 90—Thomas Lasley, dec'd. Catherine Lasley and Richardson Booker appointed Admrs. John Wellmaker, dec'd. Felix Wellmaker appointed Admr. Archibald Riddle, dec'd. Thomas Wootten and Anderson Riddle appointed Admrs.  
     
  Page 91—Samuel Darden appointed guardian of Thomas Sidwell, minor of  
 

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  David Sidwell, dec'd. Petition of Holland Reviere, Excr. of Richard Reviere, dec'd. to sell slaves for division. Petition of James Echols, Admr. of Frederick Askins, dec'd. to sell the estate all of which is perishable.  
     
  Page 92—Petition of Rebecca Towns, Admx. of William Towns, dec'd. to sell the real estate of 200 acres adj. Robert Moore and others for division. Resignation of Purnal Truitt and George H. Hughes as security for Chas. Dodson, Admr. of Ignatius and Cloe Dodson.  
     
   Page 93—Petition of John Billups to be appointed guardian of Dr. Joel Abbott who from disease etc is not competent to attend to his business, that said Joel has no son, and has intermarried with a daughter of said John Billups. Granted.  
     
  Page 94—Col. William Triplett, dec'd. Will probated, Hillary Triplett appointed Excr.  
     
  Page 94—Sept. 5, 1826. Letters dismissory granted Wm. Robertson, Admr. of Philip J. Stark, David Ogletree, Abishah Henley, John Langdon, and John Ogletree, dec'd.  
     
  Sept. 14, 1826. Joseph A. Howell, dec'd. Baker Lipscomb appointed Admr. James D. Willis, Security. Jane Ellington, dec'd. Henry F. Ellington appointed Admr, and also Admr. of David Ellington with will annexed.  
     
  Page 95—Sept. 21, 1826. Christopher Render, dec'd. James Render appointed Admr.  
     
  Oct. 2, 1826. Jesse A. H. Norman, dec'd. John D. Hinton appointed Admr.  
     
  Sept. 3, 1826. John Sharman, dec'd. Thomas Wootten appointed Admr.  
     
  Oct. 16, 1826. John P. Johnson, dec'd. Isaih T. Irvin appointed Admr.  
     
  Oct. 24, 1826. Loucy Simpson, dec'd. will probated.  
     
  Nov. 2, 1826. Samuel Rice, dec'd. John J. Ogletree and Shadrach Pinkston appointed Admrs.  
     
  Nov. 7, 1826. John Walker, dec'd. James Walker and Thomas Wootten appointed Admrs. George A. Hughes, dec'd. William Hughes appointed Admr. Samuel M. Smyth and Josiah Ivey, Security.  
     
  Page 96—Nov. 10, 1826. Mary Anderson, dec'd., will probated.
Nov. 14—Peter T. Branham, dec'd. James Wingfield and Henry Turner appointed Admrs.
 
     
  Nov. 25, Frances Willis, dec'd. Elihu Talbot appointed Admr.  
     
  Dec. 16, 1826. Alfred Ruddell, dec'd. Isaac N. Matthews appointed Admr.  
     
  Dec. 27, 1826. William L. Weems, dec'd. Walter H., and Lock Weems appointed Admrs. ........ Rees, dec'd. Thomas L. Gilmer appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 97—Jan. 1, 1827. Jesse Callaway, Admr. of Mary Callaway, dec'd.,  
 

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  allowed to sell the slaves. Robert Cade, dec'd, will probated. Rhoda H. Cade qualifies as Excx. Thomas Mulieday, dec'd. Patrick O'Sullivan and Patrick Turley, qualified Excrs.  
     
  Page 98—John Cratin, dec'd. will probated. Samuel Bradford, dec'd. will probated.  
     
  Page 99—Geo. H. Hughes, dec'd. Annah Hughes and Lemuel Wootten appointed Admrs. David L., and Benj. Rice, orphans of Samuel Rice choose Wm. Robertson guardian.  
     
  Page 100—Chas. R. Green appointed guardian of John W., and Catherine C. Wellborn, orphans of Samuel Wellborn. Martin Webster appointed guardian of John and Henry Martin, orphans of Wm. Martin, dec'd. Wm. Martin appointed guardian of Elizabeth, orphan of John Martin, dec'd. Kaughman Gresham appointed guardian of Thos. Reviere, orphan of Richard Reviere. John West appointed guardian of Frances Reviere, orphan of Richard. Joel Abbott, dec'd. John Billups appointed Admr. John T. Hackney appointed guardian of Eliza Ogletree, orphan of David Ogletree, dec'd.  
     
  Page 101—Wm. Robertson, Admr. of Abner Henley allowed to sell slaves. Commissioners appointed to divide the personal estate of Archibald Riddle, dec'd. Petition of Reuben Scott, Admr. in right of his wife of John D. Stroud, dec'd to divide the slaves.  
     
  Page 102—Petition of legatees (not named) of Samuel Rice, dec'd to divide the slaves. Petition of Wm. Cole, guardian of the minors of Renny (Rene') Cole, dec'd. to sell 105 3/4 acres in Jasper Co., being part of Lot No. 148, 14th Dist. Permission given James Render and Geo. W. Hamilton, Admrs. of Geo. Hamilton, dec'd. to sell 400 acres on Fishing creek.  
     
  Page 103—Commissioners appointed to divide slaves of John Walker, dec'd. "among the several legatees." Thos. W. Cobb, one of the Excrs. of Robt. Toombs, dec'd. authorized to pay Catherine Toombs a certain amount to make up the deficiency of other income for educating the children, according to the last will. Petition of Mary Green, formerly Mary Wellborn, Admx. with will annexed of Samuel Wellborn, dec'd. and of Chas. Green, Admr, in right of his wife, and he as guardian of John W., and Catharine C. Wellborn, orphans of and heirs aforesaid to divide the slaves.  
     
  Page 104—Josiah M. Lyon, Admr. with will annexed of John Lyon, dec'd. allowed to remove the said estate to Henry Co., where said Josiah now lives.  
     
  Page 105—John T. Wootten, Excr. of James Wootten, dec'd allowed to sell 135 acres on Clarks creek, and the personal estate. Petition of Eliza Ball, Admx. of Frederick Ball, dec'd for herself as widow and for  
 

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  Tuscan Ball, above the age of 21, and of Eliza Ball as natural guardian of Doric, 20 years old, Annulett, 16, Frederick 10, Sarah, 8, Cornelia 6, being heirs and children of said dec'd. to sell land near Washington and Lot No. 927, Bayards East Farm on the east side of Mott St. between Broom and Spring St., unimproved, in New York City, 24ft. front and rear and 94ft. deep.  
     
  Page 109—Jan. 2, 1827. David Ellington, dec'd. Daniel Dupree and Robt. Chivers appointed Admrs, with will annexed.
Jan. 5, 1827. Joseph Alexander, dec'd. James Baughn appointed Admr.
 
     
  Jan. 24, 1827. John Gartrell, dec'd. Chas. C. Mills appointed admr. Geo. Wynne, dec'd. Mary Wynne appointed Admx.  
     
  Jan. 26, 1827. Joseph Gartrell appointed Admr. of John Gartrell, dec'd. Constantine Church, dec'd. James Render appointed Admr.  
     
  Jan. 27, 1827. James McClendon, dec'd. Eldad McClendon appointed Admr.  
     
  John T. Graves, dec'd. Thos. A. Pasteur appointed Admr.  
     
  Feb. 13, 1827. Elijah Norman, dec'd. Wm. B. Norman appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 110—Feb. 6, 1827. Samuel S. Burns appointed guardian of his own children. William, James and Adela Burns. Petition of Joseph W. Cooper, Admr. of Augustin Cooper, dec'd. to sell Lot No. 324, 13th. Dist. Irwin Co.  
     
  Page 111—Elizabeth Smith, Excx. of Joel Smith, dec'd. allowed to sell slaves.  
     
  Page 112—Felix Wellmaker, Admr. of John Wellmaker, dec'd. allowed to sell slaves. Jesse Clark appointed guardian of Mary Elizabeth, Ann, and Wm. F. Booker, orphans of Wm. M. Booker, dec'd.
John Dyson, Excr. of Wm. Cole, dec'd. allowed to sell slave, he having qualified as such.
 
     
  Page 113—Geo. H. Washington, Admr. of Wm. Weaver, dec'd. ordered to make returns on petition of Jarrett Weaver. Petition of Daniel, Thos., and Keturah C. Grant, qualified Excrs. of Wm. Grant, dec'd. that Dr. Willie B. Ector become Excr. with said Keturah they having intermarried.  
     
  Page 114—Pope & Brewer having leased the eastern part of the lower floor of the court house May 1, 1824 to Capt. James Rembert who intended to use it as an office, but it was used by him as a place of deposit for the arms of the Vol. Company commanded by him, all are released from paying rent.  
     
  Mar. 5, 1827. Drucilla Coats, dec'd. John B. Lennard appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 115—Mar. 5, 1827. Permission to Elizabeth Cain, Excx. of Jacob Cain, dec'd. to sell 200 acres on Little river, adj. Robt. Chivers and Athens. Joseph Alexander, dec'd. Sally Alexander and James Baughan appointed  
 

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  permanent Admrs. James White, dec'd. Wm. Stayton appointed Admr. Paul Reed, dec'd. Thos. L. Gilmer appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 117—Jefferson Gartrell, dec'd. Joseph Gartrell appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 118—Petition of John Moreman, Security for Anne Leverett, guardian of minors of Ansolem Leverett, dec'd. to be released as such. Petition of Rebecca A. Hudson, Admx. of Abner Henley, dec'd. to sell slaves refused. Elizabeth Smith qualifies as Excx. of Joel T. Smith, dec'd. to replace Wm. Rorie, former appointee.  
     
  Page 119—Chas. G. Gartrell, minor of Joseph Gartrell, dec'd. chooses Chas. C. Mills guardian. Letters dismissory granted Wm. Rorie, Admr. of Steptoe Rorie, dec'd. Petition of Wm. W. Smith for titles to Lot No. 173, 7th Dist. Gwinnett Co., bond for title having been given by Geo. H. Hughes, dec'd. in 1824.  
     
  Page 120—Peter Strozier appointed guardian of Ann, Bennett and Peter Strozier, orphans of John Strozier, dec'd. Letters dismissory granted Wm. Robertson, Admr. of David Ogletree, dec'd.  
     
  Page 121—Letters dismissory granted Wm. Robertson, Admr. of John Ogletree, Philip J. Stark and Abijah Henley, dec'd.  
     
  Page 122—Mar. 6, 1827. Nathaniel Smith, dec'd. Timothy T. Smith appointed Admr.  
     
  Mar. 15, 1827. Kitty Hudspeth, dec'd. Warren Hudspeth appointed Admr.  
     
  Mar. 21, 1827—Eliza Burns, dec'd. Samuel T. Burns appointed Admr.  
     
  Mar. 29, 1827. Sarah Hammock, dec'd. John Thornton appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 123—May 7, 1827. Wm. Stayton, Admr. Geo. Fouche allowed to sell the real estate.  
     
  Page 124—Mary Cooper appointed guardian of John N. Cooper orphan of Augustin Cooper, dec'd. Sarah C. Cole, dec'd. Wm. Cole appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 125—Petition of Henry F. Ellington, Admr. of Jane Ellington to sell a slave. Petition of Walter H. Weems and Allen Kimball, Admrs. of Geo. W. Kimball to sell a slave. Letters dismissory granted Reuben Scott, Excr. in right of his wife on estate of John Burdine, dec'd.  
     
  Page 126—Executors of Daniel Fouche allowed to sell slaves. Joseph A. Carter appointed guardian of Matilda Hillyard, orphan of Richard Hillyard, dec'd. Francis W. Brittler, Admr. of David Brittler, dec'd. allowed to sell a house on the plantation. Josiah Cheatham named in the will of Claybrook Williamson, dec'd. as one of the Excrs. and he having died, Josiah is discharged (this is poorly worded).  
     
  Page 127—John W. Cooper, security of Champion Allen, guardian of minors  
 

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  of Jacob Hammon, dec'd. asks to be relieved. John Moreman relieved as security for Ann Leverett, guardian of orphans of Absolem Leverett.  
     
  Page 128—May 7, 1827. Original Claim. Personally appeared William Littleton, resident of said county, 65 years old, to make declaration for pension according to Acts of Congress Mar. 18, 1818, and May 1, 1820. He declares he enlisted July 1, 1782 for 18 months in the state of N. C. in the Company commanded by Capt. Elijah Moore, 1st Capt. Alex. Brevard, 2nd. Capt., and Capt. Rhodes, 3rd., in the 1st N. C. Regt., commanded by Lt. Col. Archibald Lyttle, under the command of Major Genl. Nathaniel Greene in the line of the state of N. C., and the Continental establishment, and served till he was discharged July 1, 1783 in Charleston, S. C., was in no battle and hereby relinquishes every claim to pension except the present, that the following are the reasons for not making earlier application, because he has heretofore been able to earn a meager support by the sweat of his brow without the assistance of his country, which from great age and infirmity he is now compelled to make. He declares he was a resident citizen of the U. S., March 18, 1818 and has not given away or sold property to diminish his income. Since Mar. 18, 1818, he drew 250 acres in Walton Co., which he sold to Henry Conner for $250.00 about five years ago, that he was a shoemaker and farmer when he was able to work, and has no family. Inventory of his property. Between $190.00 and $200.00 due from Henry Conner for land, and his wearing apparel. "It is the opinion of the Court that the said Wm. Littletom did serve in the Revolutionary army against the common enemy for the term of nine months under one engagement on the Continental establishment." Thos. Wootten, J. I. C., John B. Lennard, J. I. C., Lewis S. Brown, J. I. C.  
     
  Page 130—John W. Cooksey, dec'd, will probated.  
     
  Page 131—Sept. 12, 1827. David Butler, dec'd. John W. Butler appointed Admr. de bonis non, and also Admr. of Elizabeth Wingfield, dec'd.  
     
  Page 132—July 2, 1827. Bond of John and Drucilla Coats, Admrs. of Lesley Coats, dec'd. ordered turned over to Campbell & Andrews for prosecution. Petition of Thos. Wootten and James Walker, Admrs. of John Walker to sell the real estate.  
     
  Page 133—Isaiah T. Irvin, Admr. of John P. Johnson, dec'd. allowed to sell 217 acres on Clarks creek. Joshua Morgan, Admr. of John Scott, dec'd. allowed to sell 190 acres of land, bought by said dec'd. from Bishop Moore. Petition of Francis McLendon, surviving Admr. of Lewis McClendon, dec'd. to sell the real estate to pay debts and for division.  
 

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  Page 134—Petition of Richard Hillyard, Admr. in right of his wife Elizabeth on the estate of Garland Pearson, dec'd. to sell a slave to pay debts, the distributees except the wife of Richard are minors without guardians under the care of said Richard. Thos. P. Mallory, Excr. of Wm. Mallory, dec'd. allowed to sell Lot No. 164, 11th, Dist. Henry Co. 202 1/2 acres.  
     
  Page 125—Geo. Gibson, Admr. with will annexed of Elizabeth Tarver allowed to sell house and lot in the town of Washington wherein she lived at the time of her death.  
     
  Page 136—Lawrence C. Toombs appointed guardian of Sally Dillard Graves, James Porterfield Graves and Catherine Ann Graves, minors and orphans. He is also appointed Admr. of John T. Graves, dec'd.  
     
  Page 138—Ann Pray, dec'd. will probated and Geo. M. Waters, one of the Excrs. qualifies. John Hood, dec'd. will probated. Enoch Callaway one of the Excrs. refuses to qualify.  
     
  Page 139—July 12, 1827. Wm. M. Booker, dec'd., Jesse Clark appointed Admr. Aug. 7, 1827. Martha McClendon, dec'd. Francis McLendon appointed Admr.  
     
  Page 140—Sept. 3, 1827. David Allison guardian of Owen, John and Geo. Willis, minors of Geo. Willis, dec'd. and having removed with his wards to Monroe Co. asks the estate be transferred. Petition of Baker Lipscomb, Admr. of Joseph A. Hewell or Howell to sell the real estate.  
     
  Page 141—John Strozier appointed guardian of Reuben Strozier, orphan of John Strozier. Petition of Wm. Robertson, Admr. of Abner Henly, dec'd. to sell the real estate.  
     
  Page 141—Richardson Booker, natural guardian of his own children, allowed to sell a slave Daniel left to his said children by their grandmother Lucy Simpson.  
     
  Page 144—Thos. H. Luckett appointed guardian of Thos. Muleeday, orphan of Thos. Muleeday, dec'd. Petition of John Thornton, Admr. of Sarah Hamrick, dec'd. to sell 8 slaves for division among 7 distributees. John B. Lennard, Admr. of Drucilla Coats, dec'd. allowed to sell slaves. Elizabeth McMekin appointed guardian of Augustin McMekin child of Nathaniel McMekin in place of John Cooper, Sr., former guardian.  
     
  Page 145—Petition of Felix Wellmaker, Admr. of John Wellmaker, dec'd. to sell the real estate consisting of a tract of land in Wilkes Co., and one  
 

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  in Early Co Petition of Thos. Anderson, Admr. of John Anderson to sell the real estate, the sale to take place in the county in which the land lies. Petition of John T. Wootten, Excr. of John Wootten, dec'd to sell the real estate.  
     
  Page 144—Geo. Willis, dec'd. will probated, R. J. and James D. Willis qualify as Excrs. Francis G. Butler, dec'd. will probated, S. G. Pettus qualifies as Excr. Richard Peteet, dec'd., will probated. Asa Dearing, dec'd. will exhibited, duly proven in Lawrence Co. Ala. Letters testamentary issued to Wm. Dearing, the Excr. named.  
     
  Page 145—Morgan Lee, dec'd. will probated.
Sept. 26, 1827. Wm. F. Hay, dec'd. F. G. Hay appointed Admr. Matthew Talbot, dec'd. Thos. Talbot appointed Admr. James Edmunds, dec'd. Robt. Pearman appointed Admr.
 
     
  Nov. 8, 1827. Joseph T. Worsham, dec'd. Samuel Barnett, John H. Pope, Osborn Stone and Richard W. Worsham appointed Admrs.  
     
 
 
 

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