Unzipping the Jean Roots

Gean, Geen, Gheen, Jean, Jeane, Jane, Jayne (e, es, s) Families

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101 Letters of Admin granted to J. H. Lookadon (Lockadon?) on 7 Oct 1930 - Jarrett Janes died intestate on or about the 5th of Oct 1930
Affidavit of Admin, Clark Co., AR - Jarret Janes died in Clark Co. on or about the 5th of Oct 1930 leaving the following heirs: Bob Janes, H.J. Janes, Nannie McLelland, Lee Chambers, Ernest Chambers and Lon Janes - dated 7 Oct 1930 
JANES, Jarrett A. (I19933)
 
102 line 16 - household of David J___s (it is written over, could be J. Owens, but I don't think it is Jenes)
line 17 - household of William Jenes includes: 1 male 70-80, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 60-70, 1 female 10-15
line 18 - household of William Shelton
line 19 - household of John Meca
line 20 - household of James Griffin
line 21 - household of Samuel Shores includes: 1 male 30-40, 1 male 5-10, 2 males under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10
line 22 - household of George Shelton
line 23 - household of John Hunter includes: 1 male 60-70, 3 males 20-30, 1 female 50-60, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 10-15
 
SHORE, Samuel Robert of Surry Co., NC (I21884)
 
103 line 16 - household of David J___s (it is written over, could be J. Owens, but I don't think it is Jenes)
line 17 - household of William Jenes includes: 1 male 70-80, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 60-70, 1 female 10-15
line 18 - household of William Shelton
line 19 - household of John Meca
line 20 - household of James Griffin
line 21 - household of Samuel Shores includes: 1 male 30-40, 1 male 5-10, 2 males under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10
line 22 - household of George Shelton
line 23 - household of John Hunter includes: 1 male 60-70, 3 males 20-30, 1 female 50-60, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 10-15 
JEAN, Rev. William Jr. - of Surry Co., NC & Lafayette Co., MO (I9872)
 
104 line 16 - household of David J___s (it is written over, could be J. Owens, but I don't think it is Jenes)
line 17 - household of William Jenes includes: 1 male 70-80, 1 male 30-40, 1 female 60-70, 1 female 10-15
line 18 - household of William Shelton
line 19 - household of John Meca
line 20 - household of James Griffin
line 21 - household of Samuel Shores includes: 1 male 30-40, 1 male 5-10, 2 males under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10
line 22 - household of George Shelton
line 23 - household of John Hunter includes: 1 male 60-70, 3 males 20-30, 1 female 50-60, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 10-15 
HUNTER, John (I10377)
 
105 line 21 Jacob Eller household includes 1 male 20-30, 1 male 10-15, 1 male under 5, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10 & 1 female under 5
line 23 Polly Jeans household includes 1 male 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 male under 5, 1 female 50-60, 2 females 15-20, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 5-10 & 1 female under 5 
STAPLETON, Mary "Polly" (I71964)
 
106 line 25 household of Jesse Wicker includes: 1 male 45 & up, 2 males 18-26, 1 male 10-16, 1 female 45 & up, 1 female 16-26, 1 female 10-16
line 26 household of Johnathon Wicker includes: 1 male 26-45, (? possibly 1 male 18-26), 1 male 10-16, 4 males under 10, 1 female 45 & up, 4 females 16-26, 1 female 10-16, 1 female under 10 
WICKER, Jesse (I420550)
 
107 Mrs. Jarrett Janes, age 77, died at her home south of Bierne Sunday afternoon after a short illness.
Having settled with her husband on the Janes homestead south of Bierne more than 30 years ago, she had a wide acquaintance and a host of friends who regret to hear of her passing. She made regular weekly trips to Gurdon over a long period of years and in this way she made many close friends here. She united with the Baptist Church early in life and loved her home and friends and was a kindly, devoted mother to the members of her family.
She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. W I McLelland of Bierne, a son H J Janes of Monroe, LA and a brother H S Nelson of Gurdon.
Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon by the Rev W L Muncy Jr and interment was made in the cemetery at old Rome near the Little Missouri River Bridge. 
NELSON, Melissa J. (I16132)
 
108 page 1 & 2 - The estate of William Lee in account with Noah Lee Admr. Mentions slaves George, Essex, Sam, Doctor, Dinah & four children, Franky, George, Milly & Ben, Jude. Paid Solomon Lee as receipt #4 negores Ben, Young George & Franky being his distributive share of said estate; Mathias Mauk (?) receipt #5 for negroes Sam & Milley in full of his part of the negroes or any part in right of his wife Frances Mauk under the will of her grandfather Wm Lee - sworn to in open court by Noah lea on 2 May 1825 and recorded 13 August 1825{{This is clearly the William Lea who died in 1794}}
page 62 & 63 - The estate of William Lee, dec'd by Noah Lee, Admr - Retained in my hands by virtue of sale to me, the legacies of Jno Horn (?) Preston Reynolds due them in right of their former wives Sarah Horn, formerly Sarah Lee and A___ (Anries/Amiy/Amey/Annie/Annies?) Reynolds, formerly Annis (?Annir?) Lee - sworn to in open court 1 May 1826 by Noah Lee - recorded 15 Apr 1827 
LEA, William of Caswell Co., NC & Wilkes Co., GA (I10396)
 
109 page 1 & 2 - The estate of William Lee in account with Noah Lee Admr. Mentions slaves George, Essex, Sam, Doctor, Dinah & four children, Franky, George, Milly & Ben, Jude. Paid Solomon Lee as receipt #4 negores Ben, Young George & Franky being his distributive share of said estate; Mathias Mauk (?) receipt #5 for negroes Sam & Milley in full of his part of the negroes or any part in right of his wife Frances Mauk under the will of her grandfather Wm Lee - sworn to in open court by Noah lea on 2 May 1825 and recorded 13 August 1825{{This is clearly the William Lea who died in 1794}}
page 62 & 63 - The estate of William Lee, dec'd by Noah Lee, Admr - Retained in my hands by virtue of sale to me, the legacies of Jno Horn (?) Preston Reynolds due them in right of their former wives Sarah Horn, formerly Sarah Lee and A___ (Anries/Amiy/Amey/Annie/Annies?) Reynolds, formerly Annis (?Annir?) Lee - sworn to in open court 1 May 1826 by Noah Lee - recorded 15 Apr 1827 
LEA, Noah (I10408)
 
110 Telitha Allen Moll, last surviving member of an early Cape County family passed: away Sunday night about 10:30 at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wofford of Jackson. She would have reached her 96th birthday on July 7. The body was removed to the McCombs Funeral home to lie in state until time for services Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, at the McKendree Methodist Church with Rev. C.. E. Yoes officiating. Internment was at Russell Heights Cemetery.
Mrs. Moll was born July 7, 1858, the daughter of William and Lavinda Allen. She was one of 10 children and the mother of 13. She had 94 living descendants.
At the age of 16 she was married to Nelson Proffer and to this marriage six children were born. Mr. Proffer passed away and she was later married to John Moll and they became the parents of seven children. The family moved from Burfordville to Sikeston in 1906 and remained there 18 years. They returned to Jackson in 1924 and Mr. Moll passed away in 1936. In spite of her advanced age, Mrs. Moll possessed a lively interest in the affairs of her family and friends until she died.
Children surviving are John Proffer of Colorado; Linus Moll, Chicago, Ill.; Raymond Moll, Valley Park; J. Birch Moll, Sikeston; Mrs. Luther Spradling, Cape Girardeau; Mrs. J. W. Miller and Mrs. C. E. Wofford, Jackson. Also three stepchildren, C. A. Moll and J. C. Moll of Pendleton, Ore., and Mrs. R. M. Drum of Advance. She has 26 grandchildren, 46 great grandchildren and 16 great-great-grandchildren.
Out of town relatives attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moll, Valley Park; and Mrs. John A. Moll, and sons, Bill and Edgar and Mrs. Stella Moll, all of Sikeston; Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Moll, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Linus Moll, Mrs. Carl Behm and Garnett Moll, Chicago, Ill.; Mr., and Mrs. Joe Birch Moll, Cairo, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Maple Roberts and sons, Jim and Michael, Kansas City; Mrs. Howard Brothers and daughter, Janie, Paragould, Ark.; Mrs. L. B. Ates, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Spradling, Muskegon, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sutton, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Padgett, Belleville, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Drum, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Jenkins, Mrs. Raymond Drum, Mrs. Lloyd Morgan and Mrs. Lyman Zimmerman, Advance, Mrs. J. W. McPheeters, Poplar Bluff. 
ALLEN, Charity Telitha (I416113)
 
111 The death of Mrs. Maggie Wicker Pattishall on February 2 marked the passing of one of the oldest residents--perhaps the oldest--of Lee county. If Mrs. Pattishall, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Steve Willett, Route 5 Sanford, had lived until July 12, she would have been 97 years of age.
There was no Sanford--and would not be for about 20 years more--when Mrs. Pattishall was born in what is now known as the Deep River section of Lee county, July 12, 1852. Her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Blake Wicker, were farmers.
Lee county was not created until 45 years after the birth of Mrs. Pattishall. The area now comprising Lee was at that time included in Moore and Chatham counties.
Mrs. Pattishall when a girl attended school at Cedar Grove church near the present Jones Chapel Methodist church where she was buried in the church cemetery.
In 1874--before most persons now alive were born--she was married to Nathan Pattishall, Jr. Mr. Pattishall died in 1898. For the past 30 years Mrs. Pattishall had lived with her two daughters, Mrs. Willett and Mrs. C. W. Berryman of Sanford.
This beloved life-long resident of this area is also survived by two sons, E. L. and A. H. Pattishall of Sanford; and one brother, A. B. (Bud) Wicker of Sanford; as well as 11 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.
Rev. R. E. Tally conducted the funeral services, assisted by Rev. J. H. McLamb and Rev. G. M. Tally. 
WICKER, Mary Margaret "Maggie" (I420512)
 
112 Yesterday morning about 8 o'clock Mr. David E.B. Wells placed a pistol to his head and in two hours afterwards was a corpse.
Mr. Wells was about 28 years of age. He was born and raised in Washington County, and was a son of Col. T.F. Wells, a well known and respected citizen of that county. Mr. Wells had spent about two years in Macon.
For many years he was addicted to drinking. Friends and relations tried in every way possible to prevent his becoming a slave to the habit, but in vain. He was finally sent to the asylum at Milledgeville to be treated as an inebriate, and was discharged something over a year ago and thought to be cured.
For several weeks past, members of Capt. Adams' family, with whom he was living in Vineville, noticed that he had returned to his old habits, and after being advised by Capt. Adams in a friendly way to desist until forbearance ceased to be a virtue. Mr. Adams was forced to harsher methods and reprimanded him. Even this failed to bring about a reformation, and he was discharged from the employ of the house about a week ago. He continued to stay at Capt. Adams' residence and seemed quite low-spirited. On one occasion he asked his sister, Mrs. Adams, for laudanum with which to end his life, but as such a threat had been made often very little attention was paid to the request.
Yesterday morning he sent word to Capt. Adams to go upstairs and see him. Knowing what he wanted, Capt. Adams requested his brother, Mr. Charles M. Adams, to say to him that he had no work for him and that his place had been filled. The message was carried to him and Capt. Adams went to his store.
About 8 o'clock the negro, Bob Parker, who is employed on the lot, went to the stable, which is situated in the rear of the house, and there found Mr. Wells seated on the platform or step. Taking a piece of paper from a crack in the door, Mr. Wells asked him to take the paper to the house. then as if a thought had struck him at the moment, he added a few more lines and handing it to the negro said: "Good-bye, I am going never to return." Bob told him to wait until he returned with an answer and then went toward the house. While ascending the rear steps, Bob heard the report of a pistol which so frightened him that he dropped the note. Mrs. Adams was standing in the door and also heard the report.
Bob ran to the stable from which the pistol shot proceeded, and there found Mr. Wells lying on the platform and blood issuing from a hole in the right side of his head just above the ear. The alarm was given, and Mr. Charles H. Rogers, Judge Ward, Mr. A.T. Holt and others ran to the house. Dr. Holt was summoned, but Mr Wells was past human aid.
Capt. Adams was sent for and Mrs. Adams was taken to the residence of Colonel Isaac Hardeman. She was prostrated by the rash act of her brother.
Coroner Hodnett empaneled a jury and the verdict was in accordance with the foregoing facts. The letter referred to was read my Col. Hardeman to the jury. It was written on the back on one of the Lyons Cline's circulars, and was addressed to "H.D. Adams and family," and was in substance as follows:
Tell father not to grieve for me. If I am not dead when you find me remove my body to the hospital, but I prefer to die here. D.E.W.
Don't think Bob did this. I did it, and I am in my own mind. This is Charlie Adams' pistol. Dear Booty, take care of my little Tommie. I am friendless and moneyless. D.E.B. Wells.
The above sad account of the suicide of this young man so well known in Sandersville, his former residence, is from the Macon Telegraph of the 15th instant. 
WELLS, David E. B. (I422189)
 
113 "William I. Hemelright, father of Frank H. Hemelright, was born in Reading, PA in 1833 and died at Jermyn, PA in 1894. He was educated in the place of his birth, and when a young man moved to the Wyoming Valley, teaching school in Wyoming county until the outbreak of the Civil War. Volunteering for nine months of service in the 143rd Reg, PA Volunteer Inf, he served that period and at its expiration re-enlisted in the 177th Reg, PA Volunteer Infantry."
He married Errilla Crawford in 1858 (daughter of Ira and Elizabeth (Schooley) Crawford of Bowman's Creek, Wyoming Co., PA. They were the parents of Agnes, dec'd who married S.C. Welter; Elizabeth married John Mellow of Jermyn; Henry; Norma married John Kinback; William died in 1885; and Frank H. (who the article is about). 
HEMELRIGHT, William I. (I423594)
 
114 (unit formerly the 11th NC Inf, Vols) - his information is filed as J.C. Boyles, but he enlisted as Calvin Biles. The muster rolls for Jan to Feb 1863 & Mar to Apr 1863 show him absent, "at hospital". For Sept to Oct 1864 & Jan to Feb 1865 he is listed as absent, "pris of war". {{Note: The ones that reflect "Pris of War" show his enlistment info as 22 May 1861 in Winston, NC}}
Appears as Jas C. Boyles, Pvt Co. D, 21st NC Inf on "Hospital Muster Roll of General Hospital, at Staunton, Va." to 30 June 1863 (shows he enlisted at Salem, NC on 11 Apr 1861). He was attached to the hospital on 13 Sept 1862 as wounded (also gives date as 18 Sept 1862), and at the present time was unfit for field service. He received extra duty pay for employees of General Hospital, Staunton, VA for Dec 1862 as a nurse, and was payed as an employee of the hospital in Jan 1863. On 30 Apr 1863 it states "Boyles is on duty as nurse, unfit for field service".
He appears on a "Roll of Prisoners of War captured by General Sheridan and sent to Washington D.C. and Fort Delaware, Del., during the month of Aug, 1864". The roll is dated "Headquarters, Dept. W. Va., Office Pro. Mar. Gen, Harper's Ferry, Aug 31, 1864". He was captured at Halltown, VA on 22 Aug 1864 and sent to Washington D.C. on 29 Aug 1864.
He appears as J.C. Byle & J.C. Boyle on a "Roll of Prisoners of War received at Camp Chase, OH, from Sept 1 to 5, 1864". The roll is not dated, but it states he was captured at Halltown, VA on 22 Aug 1864 and recieved from Harpers Ferry 2 Sept 1864.
He signed as J.C. Boyles for his Oath of Allegiance to the US at Camp Chase, OH (date not given for the oath, but the date for order of release is dated 4 Feb 1865). His place of residence is given as Forsythe Co., NC, dark complexion, lt hair, hazel eyes, 5' 8", and it is noted that the name appears in the first column as Jas C. Boyles.
He appears as J.C. Biles, Pvt, Co D, 21st Reg NC Troops on a "Roll of Honor" for the organization, at which time he is listed as: of Forsyth County, enlisted 22 May 1861 at age 22, volunteered for service, and wounded at Cross Keys.
His Condederate Papers file includes a card for J.C. Boils, Co. B, 21st NC Inf, who appears on a Register of "Medical Director's Office, Richmond, Va." He was admitted 28 Sept 1862 and for hospital it states "Staunton Apl (?) 21". And, a card for J.C. Boyles, Pvt, Co. B, 21st Inf who appears on reigster of "CSA General Hospital, No. 11, Charlotte, NC, admitted 15 May 1864 and returned to duty 20 May 1864. 
BOYLES, James Calvin (I9803)
 
115 * John A. Ramsey, with Thomas Ragland and Edward Rives securities, was appt guardian of Sally Brantly & Phoebe Brantly, minor orphans 12 Nov 1812
* George W. Thompson, with Rhoderick Cotten and Charles I. Williams, securities, all of Chatham Co., NC, was appt by the County Court of Pleans and Quarter Sessions, administrator de bonis non of "John Branlty Deep River", dec'd - 12 May 1814
* Inventory of Estate of John Brantly, dec'd, August 1812 - notation states by the will, negroes placed at the diversion of the widow to keep during her life or widowhood or divide them among the children. negroes listed as: Amy, Gowder (?), Mike, Penny, Nancy, Silvy, Washington, Dennis, Ephram, Jack, Hannar, Nanny, Silvy (?)
* To the worshipful justices of the Chatham Co., NC Court of Pleas and Quarters Sessions - Petition of Jeffery Barksdale of Putnam Co., GA, planter and Phoebe his wife, and Sally Patterson of Hancock Co, GA, a widow - showeth that John Brantley, late of Chatham Co., NC, planter, dec'd was in his life time and at the time of his death seized, possessed and entitled unto a considerabel real and personal estate, that he departed this life in or about November 1811, intestate and without will leaving alvie behind him, Elizabeth Brantly his widow, formerly Elizabeth Marsh, two daughters of his former wife Katharine Brantley, formerly Katerine Kirk, viz your petitioners, Sally & Phoebe and two sons and six daughters by his latter wife Elizabeth, formerly Elizabeth Marsh, namely Edward & James Brantly, Polly who married John Burns of Chatham Co., Hannah who married James (?) Burns of same, Elizabeth who married James Brantly of Washington Co., GA, Barbara who married Isaac Durham of Orange Co., NC, Cela who married Isaac Harrington of Chatham, and Nancy who married William Justice of the state of TN. That the said dec'd John Brantly, had also by his second wife one other daughter, named Patsey, who married Joseph Branlty and afterwards died in the life time of the said John Brantly leaving alive behind her several children whose names and number are unknown to your petitioners.
That your petitioners Phoebe and Sally and the said Edward and James Brantly both of Chatham and the said Polly Burns, Hannah Burns, Elizabeth Brantly the daughters (?) Barbara Durham, Celia Harrington and Nancy Justicie and the children of the said Patsey Brantly are the coheirs at law of the said late John Brantly to whom his real estate hath descended or ought to descend to his next of kin to his personal estate and to have the same distributed among then petitioners (?).
That the said Elizabeth Brantly widow and Edward Brantly the son, pretending to be executors of the said dec'd John Brantly and his children and their husbands by the said Elizabeth the second wife at the last county court of Chatham aforesaid in the absence of your petitioners offered for probate a certain paper writing which they pretended to be the last will and testament of the same John Brantly, with aview (?) to deceive, defeat and defraud your petitioners Phoebe and Sally his children by his former wife of their share of their said fathers estate...that the said pretended will was never the last will and testament of the said John Brantly, dec'd. That the paper writing aforesaid was duly obtained from him by his said wife Elizabeth who by blandeshing words frequent solicitations, while he was ver sick and weak, and incapable of resistance procurred his acknowledgement of the said paper writing written by his son the said Edward, pursuant to the desire, will and dictates of his mother th esaid Elziabeth, but against his own will and mind and he so acknowledged the same.
Your petitioners therefore pray that the probate aforesaid may be set aside and vacated and that the valadity of the said pretended will may be tried by a jury under such issue or issues of the court shall direct and that summons may issue to the said Elizabeth Brantly, widow, Edward Brantly, James Brantly, the sons, John Burns and Polly his wife, James Burns and Hannah his wife, James Brantly and Elizabeth his wife, Isaac Durham and Barbara his wife, Isaac Harrington and Celia his wife and William Justice and Nancy his wife to answer the petition and stand to and abide such order as shall be made therein - John Williams, Atty for Petitioners 
BRANTLEY, John (I7175)
 
116 * Johnson Humphries, with William Kellett and Joseph Kellett securities, was appt admin of the estate of George Humphries, dec'd on 16 Sept 1843 - filed and recorded 16 November 1843
* Johnson Humphres does swear that to the best of his knowledge and belief the estate of George Humphres, dec'd, late of Lawrence Co., AR, wis worth about $800 and that there are six heirs to wit: Sarah Humpres, widow of said dec'd, James Humphres, Mariah (? Majriah?) J. Humphres, Mary Humphres and Johnson Humphres & Lisa (?) Humphres infant children of said dec'd, all residence of Lawrence Co., AR. And that the dec'd died without a will. He will faithfully administer the estate. 16 Sept 1843 - signed Johnson Humphreys
* Estate sale of personal estate dated 20 Oct 1843 - there is a second one dated 2 December 1843
* An additional inventory of the real and personal estate of George Humphreys, dec'd made by the admin of said estate on 21 Oct 1844
* April Term 1849 - The under signed would respectfully represent unto your honor that my son, George Humphreys, some time in the year of 1843 departed this life leaving two minor heirs at law of the estate of the said dec'd having no guardian and that some time in Feburary past the mother of the said two heirs at law departed this life and that she would respectfully ask the honorable court to appoint James Humphreys as such guardian to take care of the two said heirs to wit: Thomas Johnson Humphreys and Eliza Humphreys. Signed by her mark Druzilla "X" Humphreys - 6 Apr 1849 {{Is James Humphreys George's son?}}
* Petition of Mary Humphries a citizen of Lawrence county and a minor above the age of 14 years, that she is desirous of having a guardian appt by this honorable court for the purpose of taking care of her estate. Mary Humphries
* Bryan Kellett, does swear that Johnson Humphreys, administrator of the estate of George Humphreys, dec'd died on or about the 18th day of March 1846 and that the amount of assents in his hands and all other goods & chattels, rights and credits, belonging to the estate of the said George Humphreys, dec'd will be about $240. That he will make an inventory of and faithfully administer the estate according to law. The following are the names and places of residence of the heirs of said dec'd as far as his knowledge, viz: Sarah Humphreys, relict of said dec'd, James Humphreys and Mary Humphreys and Johnson Humphreys and Eliza Humphreys his issue. All living on Martin's Creek in Union TWP, Lawrence Co., AR - Bryan Kellett, 26 Mar 1846
* William "X" Williford and Sary "+" Williford signed for $175 in full of all demands against Bryan Kellett as admin of the estate of Geo Humphreys dec'd
* Received of Johnson Humphries, admin of the estate of George Humphries dec'd, $100, one third part of estate - 24 Oct 1845 - signed by her mark Sary "X" Humphreys 
HUMPHREY, George (I20157)
 
117 * Johnson Humphries, with William Kellett and Joseph Kellett securities, was appt admin of the estate of George Humphries, dec'd on 16 Sept 1843 - filed and recorded 16 November 1843
* Johnson Humphres does swear that to the best of his knowledge and belief the estate of George Humphres, dec'd, late of Lawrence Co., AR, wis worth about $800 and that there are six heirs to wit: Sarah Humpres, widow of said dec'd, James Humphres, Mariah (? Majriah?) J. Humphres, Mary Humphres and Johnson Humphres & Lisa (?) Humphres infant children of said dec'd, all residence of Lawrence Co., AR. And that the dec'd died without a will. He will faithfully administer the estate. 16 Sept 1843 - signed Johnson Humphreys
* Received of Johnson Humphries, admin of the estate of George Humphries dec'd, $100, one third part of estate - 24 Oct 1845 - signed by her mark Sary "X" Humphreys
* Bryan Kellett, does swear that Johnson Humphreys, administrator of the estate of George Humphreys, dec'd died on or about the 18th day of March 1846 and that the amount of assents in his hands and all other goods & chattels, rights and credits, belonging to the estate of the said George Humphreys, dec'd will be about $240. That he will make an inventory of and faithfully administer the estate according to law. The following are the names and places of residence of the heirs of said dec'd as far as his knowledge, viz: Sarah Humphreys, relict of said dec'd, James Humphreys and Mary Humphreys and Johnson Humphreys and Eliza Humphreys his issue. All living on Martin's Creek in Union TWP, Lawrence Co., AR - Bryan Kellett, 26 Mar 1846 
HUMPHREYS, Thomas "Johnson" (I20338)
 
118 * page 232 - 6 December 1854 - Clark County Court of Probate in vaction before the clerk - on this 6th day of December came A.G. McLane and represted to the court that he intermarried with Fernetta C. Maddox who is admx of the estate of Greene M. Maddox, dec'd. Therefore on motion it is ordered that the letters of admin heretore granted to F.C. Maddox upon the estate of G.M. Maddox dec'd be and they are hereby revoked and set aside and that letters of admin de bonis non be granted to A.G. McLane on said estate. He gave bond with securities H.B. Stuart (?) and P.M. Carmichael as his securities.
* page 235 - 15 Jan 1855 - On motion of I.W. (J.W.?) Smith the appt of A.G. McLean admin de bonis non of the estate of Greene M. Maddox dec'd made in vacation and the bond and security taken is approved and confirmed by the court.
* page 249 - January Term, 22 Jan 1855 - On this day came F.C. McLane alias F.C. Maddox, guardian of Mary AR. (sic), Ellen G. and Angelina Maddox and filed her accounts current for final settlment.
* page 249 - January Term, 22 Jan 1855 - ___ M. Maddox Estate - On this day came F.C. Mclane alias F.C. Maddox, by atty and on leave given filed her account current for final settlement.
* page 250 - January Term, 22 Jan 1855 - On this day came A.G. McLain admin de bonis non of the estate of Green M. Maddox, dec'd and filed his petition. Where it appears that there is allowed against said intestate the sum of $400 more than his assets, exclusive of negro property and real estate to pay, that a former order of the court to sell real estate was ___ with so far as to offer said property at which time no sufficient bid could be found for said land. That there is belonging to said estate subject to dower one negro boy named Tom and the land lying in TWP 7, Range 19W. Petition to sell said boy or part of land the first day of Jan 1856.
* page 274 & 275 - Came Fernitta C. McLane, late Fernetta C. Maddox, guardian of Mary A.R. Maddox upon the leaving of her acct current for final settlment. It is ordered by the court that the same be confirmed in the words and figures to wit: Acct current of Fernetta C. McLane, late Fernetta C. Maddox, guardian of Mary A. R. Maddox for final settlement. Account shows guardian charges herself with $66.__ was rec'd from the admin of the estate of B. Maddox and includes tuition, medical bills, clothing, board, etc from 1 Sep 1852 to 1 Sep 1854, plus tuition on 1 Dec 1854, but the record is not dated itself.
* page 275 - Came Fernetta C. McLane, late Fernetta C. Maddox, guaridan of Angelina Maddox and upon the leaving of her acct current for settlement it is ordered by the court that the same be confirmed with the following figures to wit: Acct includes that said guardian charges herself with the amount of $66.70 from the admin of B. Maddoxs estate.
* page 275 - Came Fernetta C. McLane, late Fernetta C. Maddox, guaridan of Ellen Green Maddox - basically same as entrance and figures as above
* page 278 - Came {{Fernetta is crossed out}} A.G. C. McLane husband of Fernetta C. McLane, late Fernetta Maddox, admix of Greene M. Maddox, dec'd for final settlement. {{not dated}}
* page 392 - 22 Jan 1856 - On this day came A.G. McLane admr of the estate of G.M. Maddox, dec'd by atty and reports tot he cour that he did proceed according to the order of the court and on the days there in appt, did offer the lands belonging to said estate for sale and that the same was bid in in (sic) consequence of the low price offered for it. Also that there are debts against said estate and no assests to pay the same, and that it is absolutely necessary to sell said lands for that purporse. It is therefore considered and ordered by the court that said admr proceed on the 3rd Monday of next March, at the courthouse door to sell the following lands to the highest bidder, with a term of 12 months...TWP 7, R19W
* page 435 - April Term, 22 Apr 1856 - Came A.G. McLane admr of G.M. Maddox and on leave asked and obtained filed his account current for partial settlement. Also the report of the sale of land. 
MCLANE, Alexander G. (I421689)
 
119 * page 40 - 20 Jan 1852 - On this day came F.C. Maddox, administratrix of G.M. Maddox and on motion her settlement is continued until the next term of this court.
* page 56 - April Term, 14 May 1852 - Fernetta C. Maddox vs Mary Maddox and others, minor heirs of Greene M. Maddox, dec'd - Petition for Dower - On this day came said plaintiff by her atty and filed her petition praying the court to appt commissioners to assign and set apart her dower in said estate. It was therefore ordered by the corut that a writ issue against said minors returnable at the next term of this court to which time this case is continued.
* page 56 - April Term, 14 May 1852 - This day came F.T. (S./L.?) Hart and presented and filed his petition representing and setting forth that Mary R. E. G and Angelina E. Maddox minor heirs of G.M. Maddox dec'd are minors under the age of 14 years that they each have an estate worth $200 and that they have no guardian. Asking the court to appt Fernetta C. Maddox guardian for them. It was then ordered that Fernetta C. Maddox be appt guardian of Mary R. Maddox age 8 years, Ellen G. Maddox age 5 and Angelina E. Maddox age 2 years. Whereupon Fernetta C. presented & filed her bonds as agreed, with John F. Hart and James A. Locker (??) as securities - 1 Jun 1852
* page 72 & 73 - July Term, 28 Jul 1852 - Fernetta C. Maddox vs Mary R. Maddox, Ellen G. Maddox and Angelina Maddox - On this day came Fernetta C. Maddox by her atty, and it appearing by her petition filed at the last therm of this court, that she is the widow of Green M. Maddox dec'd who died possessed of a negro boy slave for life named Tom and also several tracts of land. The said Greene M. Maddox has been dec'd for more than 12 months before the filing of this petition. It further appears that the children of said Greene M. Maddox, viz: Mary R, Ellen G and Angelina Maddox are minors under the age of 21 years and it further appears that the said F.C. Maddox, widow has been appt administratrix and guardian of each of said minor heirs. Whereupon it is ordered by the court that Isaac W. Smith be and is herely appt guardian ad litem of each of the said minors. The said I.W. Smith came into court and declared that he was acquainted with the facts setfort in the peition and knows of no reason why the petition should not be granted. It was therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed by the court that the dower be assigned to the said widow and that Sol Spencer, T.B. Sloan and Joshua Phillips be appt commissioners to lay off and appropriate the said dower.
* page 85 & 86 - October Term, 19 Oct 1852 - On this day came Soloman Spencer and Thomas B. Sloan, two of the commissioners appointed to lay off and set apart to Fernetta C. Maddox widow of Green M. Maddox and her dower in the land and slave belonging to the said estate and filed their report. Whereby it appears that the slave and improved land of the dec'd is incapable of division without great sacrifice and for that reason they declined to lay off said dower. It was therefore considered and ordered by the court that F.C. Maddox admix of said dec'd on the first day of Jan next proceed to rent the improved land until 1854 and hire said boy to the highest and best bidder.
* page 171 - January Term, 28 January 185_ (1854?) - Fernetta C. Maddox, Admix of Green Maddox, dec'd filed for permission to sell land belonging to the estate, that the personal estate of the intestate, except a negro, is insufficient to pay the debts of said intestate. Admx was given permission to sell said land at public auction on the third Monday of March next
* page 232 - 6 December 1854 - Clark County Court of Probate in vaction before the clerk - on this 6th day of December came A.G. McLane and represted to the court that he intermarried with Fernetta C. Maddox who is admx of the estate of Greene M. Maddox, dec'd. Therefore on motion it is ordered that the letters of admin heretore granted to F.C. Maddox upon the estate of G.M. Maddox dec'd be and they are hereby revoked and set aside and that letters of admin de bonis non be granted to A.G. McLane on said estate. He gave bond with securities H.B. Stuart (?) and P.M. Carmichael as his securities.
* page 235 - 15 Jan 1855 - On motion of I.W. (J.W.?) Smith the appt of A.G. McLean admin de bonis non of the estate of Greene M. Maddox dec'd made in vacation and the bond and security taken is approved and confirmed by the court.
* page 249 - January Term, 22 Jan 1855 - On this day came F.C. McLane alias F.C. Maddox, guardian of Mary AR. (sic), Ellen G. and Angelina Maddox and filed her accounts current for final settlment.
* page 249 - January Term, 22 Jan 1855 - ___ M. Maddox Estate - On this day came F.C. Mclane alias F.C. Maddox, by atty and on leave given filed her account current for final settlement.
* page 250 - January Term, 22 Jan 1855 - On this day came A.G. McLain admin de bonis non of the estate of Green M. Maddox, dec'd and filed his petition. Where it appears that there is allowed against said intestate the sum of $400 more than his assets, exclusive of negro property and real estate to pay, that a former order of the court to sell real estate was ___ with so far as to offer said property at which time no sufficient bid could be found for said land. That there is belonging to said estate subject to dower one negro boy named Tom and the land lying in TWP 7, Range 19W. Petition to sell said boy or part of land the first day of Jan 1856.
* page 274 & 275 - Came Fernitta C. McLane, late Fernetta C. Maddox, guardian of Mary A.R. Maddox upon the leaving of her acct current for final settlment. It is ordered by the court that the same be confirmed in the words and figures to wit: Acct current of Fernetta C. McLane, late Fernetta C. Maddox, guardian of Mary A. R. Maddox for final settlement. Account shows guardian charges herself with $66.__ was rec'd from the admin of the estate of B. Maddox and includes tuition, medical bills, clothing, board, etc from 1 Sep 1852 to 1 Sep 1854, plus tuition on 1 Dec 1854, but the record is not dated itself.
* page 275 - Came Fernetta C. McLane, late Fernetta C. Maddox, guaridan of Angelina Maddox and upon the leaving of her acct current for settlement it is ordered by the court that the same be confirmed with the following figures to wit: Acct includes that said guardian charges herself with the amount of $66.70 from the admin of B. Maddoxs estate.
* page 275 - Came Fernetta C. McLane, late Fernetta C. Maddox, guaridan of Ellen Green Maddox - basically same as entrance and figures as above
* page 278 - Came {{Fernetta is crossed out}} A.G. C. McLane husband of Fernetta C. McLane, late Fernetta Maddox, admix of Greene M. Maddox, dec'd for final settlement. {{not dated}}
* page 392 - 22 Jan 1856 - On this day came A.G. McLane admr of the estate of G.M. Maddox, dec'd by atty and reports tot he cour that he did proceed according to the order of the court and on the days there in appt, did offer the lands belonging to said estate for sale and that the same was bid in in (sic) consequence of the low price offered for it. Also that there are debts against said estate and no assests to pay the same, and that it is absolutely necessary to sell said lands for that purporse. It is therefore considered and ordered by the court that said admr proceed on the 3rd Monday of next March, at the courthouse door to sell the following lands to the highest bidder, with a term of 12 months...TWP 7, R19W
* page 435 - April Term, 22 Apr 1856 - Came A.G. McLane admr of G.M. Maddox and on leave asked and obtained filed his account current for partial settlement. Also the report of the sale of land. 
MADDOX, Green M. (I67035)
 
120 * page 68 - Special Term, 11 May 1857 - On this day came A.G. McLane,b y H. Flanagin his atty, who presented and filed his acct current as Admr De Bonis Non of G.M. Madox, dec'd for final settlment.
* page 68 - Special Term, 11 May 1857 - On this day cam A.G. McLane guardian of Angelina Maddox by H. Flanagin who presented and filed his account current for partial settlement.
* page 68 - Special Term, 11 May 1857 - On this day cam A.G. McLane guardian of Mary A. R. Maddox by H. Flanagin who presented and filed his account current for partial settlement.
* page 69 - Special Term, 11 May 1857 - On this day cam A.G. McLane guardian of Ellen G. Maddox by atty who presented and filed his account current for partial settlement.
* page 82 - 28 July 1857 - It is ordered by the court that the acct current of A.G. McLane, guardian of Mary A. R. Maddox a minor be and the same is hereby in all things confirmed in the words and figures following to wit: Account current of Alexander G. McLane as guardian of Mary A. R. Maddox a minor...figures inclue amt rc'vd from admin of B. Maddox, dec'd and from G.M. Maddox's admin. Account is credited with an amt due to former guardian his wife and a credit in settlment of E.G. Maddox Est of $4.00 {{??}}. The guardian has in his hands one negro boy belonging to G.M. Maddox's minor children subject to the widows dower - signed H. Flanagin
* page 82 & 83 - 28 July 1857 - same as above for minor Ellen G. Maddox - no mention though of the E.G. Maddox Est, there is a pmt made to J.W. (or I.W.) Smith, per voucher of $4
* page 83 - 28 July 1857 - same as above for minor Angelina Maddox - no mention of "E.G. Maddox Est", but there is a pmt made to J.W. (or I.W.) Smith, which says "see settlment of E.G. Maddox) $4.00
* page 83 - 28 July 1857 - It is ordered by the court that the acct current of A.G. McLane admin debonis non of the estate of Green M. Maddox dec'd be and the same is hereby confirmed in the words and figures following to wit: among the outstanding debts it is noted that admin has been unable to collect or find J.A. Janes for $6.03, W. Maddox for $6.00 and W.H. Maddox for $8.00. Admin prays that he may be ordered to pay remaining debts and file his receipts and that he may be finally discharnged. The negro subject to dower is in the hands of the guardian. H. Flanagin, atty. It is considered ordered and adjudged by the court that said admin be and he is hereby discharged as such admin and his account current in all things confirmed.
* page 163 - 20 Apr 1858 - This day came A.G. McLane guardian of Ellen G. Mary A.R. and Angelina Maddox, by atty and on leave asked and obtained presented and filed his acct current with said minors for partial settlement at the next term of this court. 
MCLANE, Alexander G. (I421689)
 
121 ** A list of property sold by Joseph Rumpler (? Rumples?) special administrator of the estate of Josiah Elliott is dated 24 Sept 1853
** Commissioners met at the late residence of Josiah Elliott, dec'd, on 26 Nov 1853 to lay off the dower for Mary Eliott, widow of said dec'd
** Estate sale of Josiah Elliott, dec'd, sold by Joseph Rumple Admr is dated 14 Dec 1853 - purchasers included: Mary Elliott and Daniel Rumple 
ELLIOTT, Josiah (I424965)
 
122 ** A note in the file shows Richard Wood was the guardian of Caroline Shirley, et al who were all minors. The same note shows Martha Ann Shirley married a Henderson and Cornelia Shirley married a Bennett.
** Admin was appt in June Term 1849 - Martha Ann Shirley, Cornelia Shirley, Caroline Shirley were the minors heirs of John R. Shirley, dec'd. Richard Wood was appt guardian with William Ward as security.
** Richard Wood, guardian of Martha Ann Shirley, Cornelia Shirley and Caroline Shirley minor heirs of John R. Shirley, dec'd - reported he recieved property and notes as the joint property of his said wards and William M. Shirley and Elizabeth Shirley who are reisdents of the state of Texas - submitted 6 May 1851
** Mr. Richard Woods, guardian of Miss Martha Shirley gave an acct on 7 Nov 1854 - accounts continue for Martha Ann, Cornelia and Caroline - Martha is referred to as a Shirley as late as 1 July 1855 (which was submitted Sept 1855).
** In an account of his guardianship of Martha Shirley given 1 Jan 1856 - at the time he stated she was married to a ____ (blank) Henderson - reported 5 May 1856
** In an annual report by R. Woods as guardian of Caroline Shirly in March 1857, which was submitted to court 5 Apr 1858, he stated his ward Caroline Shirly intermarried with ____ (it is blank) Williams and he therefore requested he be discharged
** On 3 Jan 1857 (or 1859?) Richard Wood was released from his guardianship of Martha A. Shirley, now Martha A. Henderson - the release and receipt for final amount due is signed by M.A. Henderson and G.W. Henderson
** Citation in regards to guardianship of Cornelia Shirley - 5 Oct 1863 - issued to Cornelia Bennett and Elisha E. Bennett - signed by Elisha E. (or E.E.) Bennett 
SHIRLEY, John Read (I425212)
 
123 ** page 1- 8 - Appraisement & notes of estate of Henry A. Gibson, dec'd - dated 8 Jan 1850 - by William F. Janes, Robert C. GIbson and W.E. West
** page 18-40 - Springer S. Gibson as admin of the estate of Henry A. Gibson, 15 Sept 1850. Notes signed by Henry indicate he was at least alive on 3 Aug 1849. 
GIBSON, Henry Alexander (I14482)
 
124 ** Enoch Daves (signed Davis) was appt admin with Joseph Stout & Thomas Cox (of Amy) as securities on 5 Feb 1844.
** A widows year of support was set aside, but name not mentioned at the time.
** Account of the estate sale dated 29 Feb 1844 - purchasers included: Emily Lowdermilk, William Lowdermilk, Rachel Stout (who purchased a large portion), Hannah Stout, Michael Luther, Charles Davis, Solomon Cox, James Turner, Maklon (Mahlon?) Cox, Obed Cox, Joseph Stout, Nicholas Barker, Stephen Hinshaw, Anthony Reek, Larranee (?) Cox, Hugh Moffitt, Nickolas Barker, Anthony Rick (?), David Cox, William Cole (? Cobe?), Stephen Cox, John Allen, Samuel Steward, Solomon Upton, Ezra Cox, Simon Stout, John Hammer (?), Harmon Cox, William Craven, Daniel Trogdon, Andrew J. Craven, John Kemp, Zimri Stout, Reuben Macon, William Brower, Simon Stout, Abigah (?) Trogdon, Mary Hinshaw, Wriley (Priley?) Miller - signed Enoch Davis, Admr
** Feb Term 1844, Court of Pleas, Randolph Co., NC - Rachel Stout represents that her late husband Charles Stout departed this life in the month of January last intestate. At the time of his death he owned a tract of land lying in the said county on the waters of Richland, adj the lands of Thomas Cox, Joshua Kemp and others, containing about 145 acres. He left the following children surviving who are the heirs at law to wit: Hannah Stout, Marger, wife of Obed Cox, Zimri, Mary Leah, Rachel, Charles, Penninah, Joseph & Adonigah (?) Stout - all of whom are minors except Hannah & Margery. She prays a guardian be appt for the minors and her dower to be assigned 
STOUT, Charles (I4541)
 
125 ** Inventory of estate taken 4 Nov 1791 - signed by her mark Sarah "x" Jean
** Estate Sale - date not given - purchasers included Sarah Jean, Jesse Daniel, Joseph Brantly Jr, Stephen Osburn, Joshua Gross, William Drake, and Solomon Chapman.
** Chatham Co. November Term 1803 - ordred that Abraham Harper, Thomas M. Carroll and William Drake to settle with the administrators of Jesse Jane, dec'd and report to th enext court - "A copy from the minutes" Test Thos Ragland
** The Estate of Jesse Jean in acct current with administrators ( not named) The commissioners signing it were- Wm McCarroll, A. Harper and Wm. Drake,
No. 1, To - half the value of a negro called Toney proved by the oath of John Avent 55.1.6 (pounds, shillings and pence)
No. 2 To - 1 Horse paid B. Glover proved by the oath of Jesse Daniel 17.4.0
No. 3 cash pd Littleton Daniel 2.00.0
Commissions @ 5 per cent 4.1.0
Total = 78.6.6
Due the Estate - 108.00.9
Supra Cr. - 186.7.3
By Acct. Sales - 186.7.3
"We the subscribers being appointed by the worshipful court to settle the estate of Jesse Jane dec'd do find the above balance of on hundred and eight pounds due said estate, agreeable to the voucher filed with us." The back of the document says recorded in Book A, page 153, Test Thos Ragland with only the year 1803 written on the back. 
JEAN, Jesse (I480)
 
126 After the death of her parents, she lived with the Collin McKinney family and became the special charge of the youngest daughter, Eliza Serene. When she married Jefferson Milam, Eliza took baby Amy Ann with her. Several letters from Jeff to Collin McKinney tell about her activities. In a letter written December 6, 1836, he says:
"Amy Ann frequently wants to know when her Papa is coming home" He reported her "well and healthy", but on November 8, 1837 she died. The cause is unknown. 
JANES, Amy Ann (I66397)
 
127 bchoward1955 shared a receipt dated 6 Nov 1895 for taxes paid by W.A. Williams for land in District 12 of Haywood Co., TN that was in the name of Flora Janes. http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/25395334/person/1647051565/photo/644e704c-8812-4968-82d8-ded460339fd6?src=search WILLIAMS, William Asa (I423997)
 
128 BOBBY C. AKIN, 42, 6054 Warm Springs, passed away Friday. Veteran of WW II, Air Force. Was Assistant Manager of Purchasing for the Gulf Coast Regions, Dow Chemical. Survivors .... Bible service 7:30 PM, Sunday. Services 10:30 AM Monday Earthman Southwest Chapel. Burial Woodlawn Cemetery. Pallbearers: .... Goodman. EARTHMAN SOUTHWEST CHAPEL, 6700
Ferris (121 N. 6th St) Bellaire Mohawk 7-6505. 
AKIN, Robert Clarence "Bobby" (I63437)
 
129 Chatham Co., NC Superior Court - Eliza Glosson vs George Glosson, Mary Reeves, John Glosson, Willie Glosson, Alfred Glosson and Jasper Glosson - The plaintiff complains that she is the widow of Jasper Glosson, dec'd late of Chatham Co., NC; that he died testate in said county and state having first made and published his last will and testament, that said will has been admitted to probate in said county and state; the executor is named in said will and J.M. Foust has been duly appointed admin with the will annexed and that she has duly entered her dissent in writing from the will of her late husband, the said Jasper Glosson. Her husband died seized and possessed of the following tracts of land situated in Chatham Co., NC: One known as the Ledbetter placed, devised by the said Jasper Glosson to the defendants George Glosson & Mary Reeves containing 100 acres more or less; Another known as the Hilliard place, devised by the said testator to the defendants John & William Glosson, containing 120 acres more or less; A third known as the home place, devsied by the said testator to the defendants Alfred Glosson and Jasper Glosson and containing 207 acres. That the defendants George, Mary, John, William, Alfred and Jasper are the devisees and heirs at law of her husband the said Jasper Glosson, and that the following are infants under the age of 21 years and without a guardian: Mary Reeves, Alfred Glosson and Jasper Glosson. That she is desirous of having her dower in said lands alloted to her according to law. Whereupon the plaintiff demands judgement: 1st that a guardian ad litem be appointed for the above named infant defendants. 2nd that a jury of three persons be qualified to allot to the plaintiff her dower in the lands, according to law which should be an estate for her life in one third interest of all the lands, the one third part shall include the dwelling house in which her husband usually resided, together with offices, out houses, buildings and improvements. 3rd the costs of this proceeding shall be paid by the widow and her thirds by the defendants. 4th that his cause be retained for further direction. John Manning, Atty for plaintiff - signed by her mark Eliza "X" Glosson 6 Dec 1889
Chatham Co., NC Superior Court - 12 Apr 1890 - John Glosson & others vs Jasper Glosson & others - The plaintiffs come into court and enter their caveat to the probate of the will of the late Jasper Glosson, of said county, and say: That the paper dated 17 Jul 1889 and pretended to be poved 24 Jul 1889, is not the last will and testament of the said Jasper Glosson, dec'd. That the said Jasper Glosson was unable to read writing, or to write, and was physically unable to have made his mark to the same. That he was not of sound mind and memory when he was alleged to have signed the same. That the probate of said will was made without notice to the plaintiffs, who are a part of the heirs and distributees of the estate of said Jasper Glosson. Wherefore plaintiffs demand that the said pretended probate be set aside and an issue devisavit vel non be made up, and transfered to the superior court of Chatham Co. for trial.
Chatham Co., NC - We John Glosson of Mecklenburg Co., NC and W.M. Glosson of said county of Chatham, have made constituted and appoitned E.T. Cansler of Mecklenburg Co., NC and C.E. McLean & John M. Moring of Chatham Co., ns and W.E. Murchison of Moore Co., NC our true and lawful attorneys for us and in our names to enter a caveat to the will of the last Jasper Glosson, dec'd of said Chatham Co. - 5 Mar 1890 - signed by his mark W.M. "X" Glosson and J.W. Glosson
Chatham Co., NC Superior Court - May Term 1890 - John Glossen, George Glossen, Wm Glossen and Elizabeth Rives by her next friend Nathan Rives vs Elizabeth Glossen, Jasper Glossen and Alfred Glossen - ordered by the court that this case be state on the docket as follows - J.M. Foust as admin of the will of Jasper Glossen and Jasper Glosssen and Alfred Glossen by their next friend Elizabeth Glossen against the parties as defendents.
Chatham Co., NC Superior Court, 18 Mar 1891 - Eliza Glosson vs George Glosson & others. To Nathan Rives - Greeting, take notice that you have been appointed guardian ad litem for Mary Rives in the above entitled cause, and you are hereby notified to appear at this office and file your answer as such to the complaint on file in this cause.
Chatham Co., NC Superior Court - Eliza Glossen vs. Geo Glossen, Mary Rieves, John Glossen, Willie Glossen, Alfred Glossen and Jasper Glossen - writ of dower - whereas Eliza Glossen, widow of Jasper Glossen, lately filed her petition in this court, against the above named defendants heirs at law, of her husband and it was ordered that a writ of dower be issued to the Sheriff of Chatham County, in her behalf, as to the following lands to wit: One known as the Ledbetter placed, devised y the said Jasper Glossen, in his last will and testament to the defendants Geo Glossen and Mary Rieves, and containing 101 acres more or less; A second gract known as the Hilliard place, devised by the testator to the defendants John & William Glossen, and containing 120 acres more or less; a third known as the home place devised by the said testator to the defendants Alfred and Jasper Glossen, containing 207 acres - 10 Apr 1891 
GLOSSON, Jasper Jesse (I8944)
 
130 Dec 1870 - Jesse H. Graham states that Thomas Woolverton died in 186__ (it is blank), in the county of Anderson, without leaving a will. The estimated value of his estate is $10,084 - at the time of his death he resided in Anderson County. On 28 Nov 1864, G.F. Skelton (? Sheeton/Skeeton) commenced an administration of the aforesaid estate. But, G.F. Shelton has now departed this life leaving in his hands assets, both real and personal belonging to the estate of Thomas Woolverton, to the sum of $1,000 which he is entitled to as the husband of ___________ (blank), daughter and one of the heirs of said Woolverton, dec'd. There is no suriving wife living in the county, therefore he prays that he be appt administrator of said estate. Signed Jesse H. Graham
Inventory of the estate is dated 30 Jan 1865, and was done by G.F. Shelton
There are seven heirs to the estate: J. F. (??) Wolverton, M.E. Wolverton, A.B. Graham, S.E. Seagler, Della Wolverton a minor, Mattie Wolverton a minor and Dora Wolverton a minor. 15 Sept 1876
It is apparent that most of the estate value was lost in the Civil War (it is mentioned at one point that Thomas did own slaves, but they were freed by the President of the United States and the value was deducted from the estate. It was also mentioned that part of the estate included Confederate money, which had no value.) In the end each heir was due about $200. 
WOOLVERTON, Thomas (I422071)
 
131 dwelling no. 139, family no. 143 - Ambrois Upchurch age 62, wife Harriet age 62, son James age 13 - all born in NC
dwelling no. 139, family no. 144 - dau Aggie A. Denton age 26, grand dau Roxely J. age 7, grandson James C. age 5 and grandson Alison P. age 3 
UPCHURCH, Agnes Ann "Aggie" (I64226)
 
132 dwelling no. 139, family no. 143 - Ambrois Upchurch age 62, wife Harriet age 62, son James age 13 - all born in NC
dwelling no. 139, family no. 144 - dau Aggie A. Denton age 26, grand dau Roxely J. age 7, grandson James C. age 5 and grandson Alison P. age 3 
DENTON, Roxie J. (I64228)
 
133 dwelling no. 139, family no. 143 - Ambrois Upchurch age 62, wife Harriet age 62, son James age 13 - all born in NC
dwelling no. 139, family no. 144 - dau Aggie A. Denton age 26, grand dau Roxely J. age 7, grandson James C. age 5 and grandson Alison P. age 3 
DENTON, James Charlie (I64229)
 
134 dwelling no. 139, family no. 143 - Ambrois Upchurch age 62, wife Harriet age 62, son James age 13 - all born in NC
dwelling no. 139, family no. 144 - dau Aggie A. Denton age 26, grand dau Roxely J. age 7, grandson James C. age 5 and grandson Alison P. age 3 
DENTON, Allison Pettigrew (I64230)
 
135 Funeral services for William Leonard Janes, 72, were held April 1, 1935 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ida West, with Rev. W. M. Huffman officiating. Mr. Janes died at the home of Mrs. West, March 31, 1935. Just before he died he said he would be glad when God came to take him home. He was born in Louisville, KY, November 16, 1862. In 1890 he married Mary Ann Rome; four children were born to them. His wife and one child preceded him in death. He leaves three children; Mrs. Ida West and Alfred Janes of Lebanon; and Andrew Janes, of Versailles, MO, 13 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. There are also two sisters; Mrs. Bud West, of Kansas City, Kan.; and Mrs. Lou Davis, of Springfield, MO and a brother, Frank Janes of Richland.

RITES OF William Jaynes
Funeral services for William Jaynes, 72 were held Monday afternoon at the home of a daughter Mrs Ida West, with the Rev W M Huffman officiating. Mr Jaynes died at Mrs West's home on Sunday 01 April 1935. He was born in Louisville, KY 16 Nov 1862. In 1890 he married Mary Ann Rome and four children were born to them. His wife and one child preceded him in death. He leaves three children Mrs Ida West and Alfred Janes of Lebanon and Andrew Jaynes of Versailles, thirteen grandchildren and one great grandchild. There are also two sisters, Mrs Bud West of Kansas City, and Mrs Lou Davis of Springfield and a brother Frank Jaynes of Richland. (01 Apr 1935) 
JAYNES, William Leonard (I68247)
 
136 Georgia, Monroe Co.: Will be sold before the court house door in said county on the first Tuesday in June, next, between the legal hours of sale, all the property belonging to the estate of Hardy Hopson, late of said county, dec'd. Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said estate - signed William Hopson, Adm
Georgia, Monroe Co.: All those indebted to the estate of Hardy Hopson, dec'd, or owed money by that estate, must make immediate payment or present their notes for payment. Signed William Hopson, Adm 
HOPSON, Hardy of Washingon, Jasper, Monroe & Troup Co., GA (I419473)
 
137 Georgia, Monroe Co.: William W. Hopson files his letters of dismission from the estate of Hardy Hopson, late of said county, dec'd.
These are therefore to cide and admonish all and singular, the kindred and others concerned, to be and appear to my office within the time prescribed by law, to show cause, if any they have, why said application should not be granted. Signed Elias Beall, CCO 
HOPSON, Hardy of Washingon, Jasper, Monroe & Troup Co., GA (I419473)
 
138 Henrietta Janes was the only surviving child of Josiah and Asenath Slater Janes. She was born in Mansfield. In 1841 her parents embraced the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and moved to Nauvoo, Illinois.
Her father died,and her mother married Samuel Bent a few years later. He soon died (August 16, 1846), leaving Henrietta, her mother and grandmother to make the long journey westward alone.
They crossed the Mississippi October 1, 1846, carrying what personal effects they could in their hands. They lay on the west bank of the river one month before teams and wagons arrived from Council Bluffs to take them west. These wagons only took them as far as Garden Grove, where they were forced to remain nine more months before the journey to Council Bluffs could be continued.
On arrival in Council Bluffs they crossed the Missouri River to Winter Quarters, where they waited all winter hoping against hope an opportunity might come to make the journey to Utah. In the spring of 1848 when all persons not able to go west were ordered off the Indian lands by the agent of the government, Henrietta [her mother] and Grandmother Slater re-crossed the river to Council Bluffs. [Grandmother died in June 1848] Here they remained four more years before outfits from Utah arrived to take them west.
Leaving the bluffs June 4, 1852, the hundred-day trip began. Henrietta, not wishing to impose on her benefactors more trouble than necessary, walked nearly the entire distance across the plains. They arrived in Salt Lake City September 12, 1852. Henrietta was then seventeen years of age.
Soon after arrival in the valley, she and her mother moved to Union Fort where they arrived just in time to be in the Indian troubles of 1854.
Henrietta and Isaiah were married Jan 1, 1856.
Their first contribution to the population of Utah arrived November 25, 1856. They named the child Henrietta. In 1859 the Cox tribe all moved to San Pete Valley, arriving in Mt. Pleasant just in time to furnish that city with its first white baby, born June 5, 1859; the child was named Isaiah.
The family soon moved on to North Bend, later renamed Fairview, where on June 30, 1861, a second daughter was born, whom they named Julia.
In 1861 Isaiah was called on a mission by President Brigham Young to go and help settle Dixie. The family arrived in Washington County simultaneously with many other pioneers who were called at the same time. Henrietta adjusted herself to the warmer climate, which improved her health and vigor. June 18, 1864, the family was blessed by the arrival of a second boy, whom they named David Jehu.
December 20, 1866, Henrietta gave birth to a third daughter, whom she named Sarah Lucretia. Henrietta was not fortunate with her next three children who died in infancy. July 1, 1877, her last child, Artemesia, was born.
Believing the cause for the death of their three children was due to the heat of St. George, Henrietta took Artemesia to Rockville to live with her eldest daughter, Henrietta.
In 1897 when her son-in-law David Stout, moved to Hinckley, Utah, Henrietta also went.
Until 1906, Henrietta divided her time between working in the St. George Temple during the winter months and helping her daughter, Artemesia, in Hinckley during the summer months.
In company with her daughter and husband, they visited their three sisters living in Guadalupe, Mexico, in 1906. The following year she returned to St. George, where she remained one year. In 1908 she returned to Mexico where she was when the colonists were driven out of that country by the Mexican revolutionists in July, 1912.
Arriving in El Paso, July 30, 1912, in freight cars in company with 500 other Mormon refugees; she remained a few days in the camps before proceeding on by train to Moapa, Nevada, where her oldest son, Isaiah lived.
In 1913 she went on to Hinckley, Utah, where her two daughters, Julia and Artemesia were then living. She made one or two more visits to St. George before 1917, but spending more of her time in Hinckley. The end came June 17, 1917. At the time of her death she had six children alive, about 40 grandchildren, and in 1941 about 122 great grandchildren.
(Taken from Our Pioneer Ancestors, Genealogical and Biographical Histories of the Cox-Stout Families, by Wayne D. Stout, published privately in 1944) 
JANES, Henrietta (I68072)
 
139 line 8 - household of Jeremiah Yarbore (?) includes: 1 male 45 & up, 1 male 10-16, 2 males under 10, 1 female 45 & up, 1 female 26-45, 2 females under 10
line 9 - household of Nathan Yarboro includes: 1 male 45 & up, 1 male 26-45 
YARBROUGH, Nathan (I11299)
 
140 line 8 - household of Jeremiah Yarbore (?) includes: 1 male 45 & up, 1 male 10-16, 2 males under 10, 1 female 45 & up, 1 female 26-45, 2 females under 10
line 9 - household of Nathan Yarboro includes: 1 male 45 & up, 1 male 26-45 
YARBROUGH, Jeremiah (I11300)
 
141 Nov. 1828 p. 21, MORGAN CO. KY COURT RECORDS: Pleasant Martin against Joathan Jeans on appeal "Applls. granted new trial on payment of costs.
Dec. 1828 Morgan Co. KY Court Records: Pleasant Martin, infant, "by Betsy (Dea(m?) his next friend" (appellant) against Joathan Jeans (appelle): Parties represented by attornies; court reversed judgment of the Justice; appellant to recover of appellee $8 in damages plus costs.
"Jeans ads. Martin", James Elledge claimed one day and Saml. Y. Dennis 2 days as witnesses.
Martin vs. Jeans: Clamiing one day each as witnesses were Wm. Martin, David Ellington, and Thoms. F. Hazelrigg. 
JANES, Joathan (I58956)
 
142 William Samuel Phelps,74 years of age passed away , at T.J. Community Hospital, Thursday morning.
He was born in ,Hickory Ridge Community at Emonton,Ky.
He is survived by ....
He was preceded in death, by 2 sisters Anna Mae and Geneva Grissom and his parents, Willie Phelps and Fidella Stephens Phelps Grissom. 
PHELPS, William Samuel "Sambo or BoBo" (I67009)
 
143 "DEATH OF THE OLDEST PERSON IN THE COUNTY Mrs. Jane Elliott, who was undoubtedly the oldest person in this county, died at her residence in Eagle Mills township on the 22d of November. She was over 100 years old--as accurately as can be ascertained, 102. She left 115 descendants. The oldest of her descendants of the fourth generation--great great grandchildren--is Mr. Net Reeves, who is 24 years of age. She was buried at Union Grove, the funeral sermon having been preached by Rev. Dr. J. P. Nicholson, who had attended her in her last illness. She retained her mental faculties to the last and had been able to go to the table up to two weeks before her death. Mrs. Elliott was raised in Rowan county. Her husband died a number of years ago, and his funeral was preached with hers. " GHEEN, Jane Gincey (I15702)
 
144 * Accounting of the Estate of Joseph Brantly, dec'd to the Estate of Wm Brantly, dec'd - dates begin 17 May 1805 and end 27 Sept 1806
* Inventory dated 15 Apr 1807 - done by W. Brantly
* Purchasers at the sale of Joseph Brantly, dec'd property - 12 Jun 1807 - J. Burns, M. Duty, Jno Burns, Ed Brantly, Jos Brantly, W Brantly, Jos (?) Wicker, M. McQueen, Aresill (Axesill ?) Duty, Jos Brantly Esqr, Jno Branlty Snr, Jno Watson, Martha Duty, Thos Ragland, Jos Brantly Jun, Jno Minter, Harris J. Minter, Cato Riddle, Jno Riddle, Alexr McIver, Geo Anderson, W Brantly DR {{listed several times with DR. or D.R. after it...does it stand for Deep River?}}, Thos Wicker, B Brantly, Phillip Bryan, Robert Watson, J Dowdy, Wm Spivy, Micajah McGee, William Brantly DR, Patsy Burns, Sarah Brantly - Recorded Aug 1807
* To the Sheriff of Chatham Co., NC - You are hereby commanded to take the body of William Brantly executor of Joseph Brantly, Senr dec'd, if to be found in your county, and safely keep, so that you have him before the justicies of our Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions to be held in Pittsborough, in Chatham Co., NC, at the courthouse, the 2nd Monday of Nov next, then and there to answer Micajah McGee and Thomas Ragland administrators of William Branlty, dec'd of a plea of trespass on the case damage one hundred pounds. Issued 13 Oct 1808 
BRANTLEY, Joseph Sr. (I7195)
 
145 * Account current of B Kellett as guardian of Mary Humphreys, minor heir of George Humphreys dec'd. Said guardian charges himself with the following property which has come to his hands to wit: nothing at all - There is no date, and while the page looks like it had something written on the back, it was not filmed. The date of 1849 is written on the file, but there are several files which have dates on them that don't jive with the documents in the folder so that may not mean anything. {{NOTE: The document definitely had Mariah, but it is written over and the "ah" are crossed out, leaving Mary.}} HUMPHREY, George (I20157)
 
146 * Madison Co., TN - Bill of Complaint of Lemuel Day admin of the estate of Zopher Jane, a citizen of Madison Co. AGAINST Mary E. Coats & John Coats, residents of Decatur county, Emma Jane of Decatur County, Leanah Talbott & George W. Talbott her husband of Madison County, Ira (?) Ann Parker and her husband ____ (blank) Parker of Missouri (?) as defendants - Respectfully represents that at the May Term of Madison Co., TN in the year 1861 he was appt admin of the estate of Zopher Jane (June?) dec'd - That at the time of his death Zopher's estate included a negro man named pompey, the only negro owned by the said Zopher. - That upon examining the condition of the said estate, he has ascertained that it will be necessary to sell the negro man to pay the debts of the said estate. - That the defendants in the foregoing part of the Bill are distributees of the estate and therefore prays that the parties, named as defendants, be made defednants to the Bill and that they answer the same on oath. - That publication be made as to the non-resident defendants and further that the said negro man Pomey may be ordered to be sold for the payment of debts of the siad Jane. Michajah Bullock Solicitor - 3 Jun 1862 JAYN, Dr. Zopher (I61086)
 
147 * Petition for admin by A.C. Hollingsworth & Martha E. his wife - filed 8 Oct 1867 - A. C. Hollingsworth and Martha E. his wife, respectfully show that Joseph Jeans, the father of the said Martha E., some three weeks ago a resident in said district departed this live intestate, being seized and possessed of a considerable personal and real estate, and that no admin has yet been granted. Petitioners pray that letters of admin be granted to them so they can admin the personal estate of the said Joseph Jeans, dec'd.
* Admin bond of A.C. Holingsworth and Martha E. Hollingsworth, with Lewis D. Jones and J.I. (or G.I.?) Hollingsworth securities in the estate of Joseph Jeans dec'd. on 23 Oct 1867
* A.C. Hollingsworth & Martha E. his wife vs. Elizabeth Jeans widow & others - On due examination it is ordered and decreed that the lands described in the summons in partition (?) in this case be sold by the sheriff of Laurens District at Laurens Court House on the first Monday in Dec next - 30 Oct 1867
* Annual returns/accounts were done annually for the most part until 1874.
* N. Elizabeth Bryant vs Andrew C. Hollingsworth & Martha Hollingsworth his wife - Petition for acct - Petitioner N. Elizabeth Bryant shows that Joseph Jeans died seized and possessed of a considerable personal property and that letters of admin were granted to Andrew C. Hollingsworth and Martha Hollingsworth his wife. That your petitioner is a grand daughter of Joseph Jeans, dec'd and is interested as a distributee in the estate of said dec'd. That the adminstrator and administratrix have had charge of the said estate for nearly tean years, but have failed to settle. Your petitioner prays that the said administrator and his wife Martha be summoned before the court to account for their actings and doings as representatives of the estate of said Joseph Jeanes and show cause if any they can why said estate should not be settled at an early day. The court ordered A.C. Hollingsworth and Martha Hollingsworth, admin and admx in the estate of Joseph jeans dec'd be summoned to appear on 12 Jul 1877 to account for said estate. Order dated 22 Jun 1877
* An order to settle on 30 Oct 1877 and that legal notice be given by publication in Laurensville Herald for 30 days was issued on 14 Sept 1877
* G.P. Copeland vs A.C. & Martha Hollingsworth - execution of a levy on as the property of A.C. & Martha Hollingsworth in the suite of G.P. Copeland - items levied 3 head mules, 1 wagon, 1 saw, 7 pigs, 3 beds, 1 bureau, 1 cupboard, etc. - dated by the deputy 20 Dec 1877
{{NOTE: The file does not list the heirs of Joseph Jeanes/Jeans.}} 
JEANS, Joseph of Laurens District, SC (I421716)
 
148 * Petition for admin in the estate of Thos J. Jeans, filed 31 Jan 1853
* Pettion of Joseph Jeans who showed that Thomas J. Jeans, late of said district recently died intestate and prays that you would appt him admin. 31 Jan 1853 - Joseph Jeanes
* Petition & order of sale on the estate of T. J. Jeanes, filed 28 Feb 1853
* Admin bond of Joseph Jeans, with Joseph Abrams and Richard Ferguson securities, for $1,000, dated 28 Feb 1853
* Appraisement of the estate of Thomas J. Jeans, dec'd - dated 21 March 1853 show that he owned a buggy, harness and umbrella, a mare, colt, sow, and pigs. No mention of land.
* Settlement of the estate of Thos J. Jeans made with Admin Joseph Jeans, 18 Dec 1855 - mentions a widows third, but does not give name and child (? childr?)
* Sale of estate? (It just says to the estate of Thomas J. Jeans, dec'd...and shows what looks to be the purchase price of the items that appeared in the appraisement). Mentions that Mrs. Evaline Jeanes purchased the buggy, harness, umbrella, looking glass, books, dressing table, bed and furniture, trunks and spinning wheel & a Miss Martha Jeanes also purchased a bay colt. 
JEANS, Joseph of Laurens District, SC (I421716)
 
149 * Petition of Frances Jeans who shows that M.B. Jeans recently departed this life intestate being seized and possessed of a small personal estate. She therefore prays you would cite (?) the kindred and crediters of said dec'd to appaer before you in order that administration may be had on said estate. Dated 9 Sep 1865 - signed Frances Jeanes
* Z. Sparks, with B. Blachely & W. {{Wm or W? It is signed W.H.}} Boyd securities, was appt admin 23 Sept 1865
* Sale of Estate of M.B. Jeans, dec'd dated 17 Oct 1865. Purchasers included: Mrs. F. Jeans, Robt Hunter, Mrs. Mary Jeans, L.L. Young, B. Clark
* File indicates that the admin Z. Sparks is Zachariah Sparks
* Settlement of the estate of Miles B. Jeans dec'd made 24 March 1869 - Rcv'd of Z. Sparks, Admr of the estate of Miles B. Jeans, dec'd $55.06 in full of the distributive heirs of May Jeans, Martha E. Jeans, Jane A. Jeans, Nancy Katherine Jeans, Charlott Jeans, Sarah Frances Jeans, Leuvcha (??) Evalin Jeanes of the estate of Miles B. Jeans, dec'd on 3 May 1869 - signed by her mark Mary "X" Jeans {{Is Mary Miles' mother? If so was she the May Jeans first listed? Or is May an unknown sister?}} 
JEANES, Miles B. s/o Alexander & Mary A. Jeanes (I421726)
 
150 * Petition of guardianship - Petition of Joseph Jeanes showed that his son Thomas J. Jeanes, lately departed this life intestate being possessed of a small personal estate, valued at about $1,000 and real estate. The he left a wdiow Eveleces (? Evelens) Jeanes and one child Nancy E. Janes (?) who are his next of kind and entitled to distributure (?) of his estate, the widow one third and the child two thirds. That the said Nancy E. Jeanes is an infant about four years old and has no guardian to take charge of the person and estate of said intestate during its infancy - signed Joseph Jeanes - followed by a consent that Joseph Jeanes be appt guardian of my infant child Nancy E. Jeanes, signed Evalin N. (?) "X" Jeanes - wit W.D. Watts (? Frath?) {{No date}}
* Letters of guardianship filed 7 Jany (?) 1856
* Guardianship bond dated 7 Jan 1856 - securities for Joseph Jeanes were Joseph Abrams and John Finney
* First return of Joseph Jeans for Nancy E. Jeans minor of T. J. Jeans, dec'd - filed 11 Apr 1861 (This return was for the years 1857-1860 and included tuition and clothing costs)
* Return of Joseph Jeanes/Jeans, guardian of Nancy E. Jeanes, minor - filed 3 Sep 1862. There area also ones filed 13 Feb 1863 (in 1863 she is referred to as Nancy Elizabeth Jeans), 13 Jan 1864, 5 May 1865, and 28 Feb 1866. The beginning 2 Dec 1867 an A. Hollingsworth is noted as the Admr of Joseph Jeans, dec'd for N.E. Jeans, minor.
* W.S. Abrams guaridan vs. A. Hollingsworth admr - Petition for acct and relief - filed 22 Apr 1869 - Petition of Samuel S. Abrams who shows that Joseph jeans was appt guardian of Elizabeth Jeans abt 15 or 16 years ago and as such guardian received the estate she was entitlted to and converted it to his own use. The said Joseph jeans died intestate in 1867 and letters of admin have been granted to Andrew Hollingsworth, who is proceeding to administer the same. He is requesting that Andrew Hollingsworth be required to account for Elizabeth Jeans inheritance. -- It was ordered by the judge of probate on 27 Sept 1869 that the Admin of Joseph Jeans pay over to W.S. Abrams the guardian of Nancy E. Jeans $625.51
* First return of Saml Abrams, guardian for Nancy E. Jeans minor dated 3 Nov 1869 
JEANS, Joseph of Laurens District, SC (I421716)
 

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