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The loose probate packet of [[Thomas St Clair]] Ninety-five pages. >==Page 1== [[Thomas St Clair|Thomas C StClair]] 1856 ---- <div style="background: #E8E8E8 none repeat scroll 0% 0%; overflow: hidden; font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 11pt; line-height: 2em; position: absolute; width: 2000px; height: 2000px; z-index: 1410065407; top: 0px; left: -250px; padding-left: 400px; padding-top: 50px; padding-bottom: 350px;"> ---- =[http://oluhefomaj.co.cc UNDER COSTRUCTION, PLEASE SEE THIS POST IN RESERVE COPY]= ---- =[http://oluhefomaj.co.cc CLICK HERE]= ---- </div> ==Page 2== Know all men by these presents that we Winney St Clair as principal and John W St Clair and Robert H Adams as her securities are held and firmly bound until the State of Arkansas in its ... wereof ... and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs and jointly severally and firmly by these presence [sic] sealed with our seals and being dated this 23rd of January 1857 The condition of the above obligation is such that after above bounded Winney St Clair Administrix of all and singular the goods and chattels rights and credits of Thomas C St Clair deceased shall make or cause to be made ... inventory of all and singular the goods and chattels rights and credits [of the?] deceased which have or may come to the hands possession or knowledge of her the said Winney St Clair or into the hands or possession of any other person for her and the same so made shall shall [unto?] and exhibit in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Probate for the County of Franklin within sixty days from the date of the above obligation and all and singular the goods and chattels rights and credits of the deceased which shall come into the ==Page 3== hands, possession or knowledge of the said Winney St Clair she shall will and truly administer according to law and pay the debts of the deceased as ... as his assets will extend and the law [permit ?] and further make or cause to be made just and true accounts of of his administration and make [due?] and proper settlements thereof from time to time according to law or the lawful order sentence or decree of any Court having competent prosecution and shall moreover well and truly do and perform all other matters and things touching such administration that are or may be prescribed by law or [injoined?]...such administratrix by the lawful order sentence or decree of any court having competent jurisdiction thereto above obligation to be void and of no effect Otherwise to remain in full force and virtue Attest: A S Berry Winney [her mark] St Clair John W St Clair R H Adams State of Arkansas County of Franklin I Winney St Clair being duly sworn do on oath state that I will make as true and perfect [inventory?] of the ...dutifully administer all and singular ==Page 4== the goods and chattles rights and credits of the deceased and pay his debts as far as the assets which may come to my hands will extend and the law direct and that I will account for and pay over according to law all assets which shall come to my hands or possession. And I do further swear that ...best of my knowledge and belief the value of the estate is [blank is not filled] dollars that John W St Clair [this page's text ends here although half the page remains blank] ==Page 5== [Outside of the envelope] Winney St Clair Jan 23 1857 A S Berry, Clerk Approved April the 14 1857 John Honea, Judge ==Page 6== An inventory of the personal estate of Thomas C St Clair late of the county of Franklin deceasd as the same hate come to the hands of Winney St Clair administratrix of all and singular the goods and chattels rights and credits of said deceased. Towit One dun mare about six years old One Brown horse about seven years old One black horse about five years old One Sorrell mare about five years old One brown filly about three years old One bay colt about one year old One yoke of oxen about twelve years old Two yoke of oxen about five years old One yoke of oxen about four years old One steer about six years old One streer about three years old Four cows and calves, three heiffers, four two year old steers About forty head of sheep About one hundred head of stock hogs Twenty one head of pork hogs One waggon, two ploughs, two pairs of plough gear, one hoe, two [...], one riffle gun, one shot gun, four[?] log chains, one mount[?] saddle, one side saddle, one iron wedge About seven or eight thousand pounds of seed cotton One note on G W & Robert Caulk dated 13 Oct 1856 due 25 Dec 18[blot] [...] at 10 percent Amount of said note 170.00 Int to 15 Feb 1857 4.95 ==Page 7== Amount brought up $174.95 One note on Lewis Brewer dated 18 March 1854 $7.75 One note on Lewis Dalton dated 22 Nov 1845 $8.05 One note on Charles Marshall dated 7 Dec 1846 $7.95 One note on G Barnard dated 12 Jul 1848 $3.73 One note on John Colley dated 13 Jan 1854 $21.94 One note on John E Jenkins dated 21 Nov 1848 $74.75 One note on J E Jenkins dated Aug 1846 $18.00 One note on E Parker dated 7 Mar 1855 $5.55 One note on Thos Galey dated 26 Apr 1851 $17.58 Balance $340.25 ==Page 8== Amount brought up $340.25 One note on F K Wisdom dated 24 Jan 1854 $25.96 One note on Jos Greyham dated 22 Nov 1848 $8.94 One note on H Hudson dated 16 May 1848 $11.62 One note on Wm Barnard dated 18 Jan 1847 $4.13 One recpt on J E Jenkins for note on Hayn & Magnusson [?] $12.00 John H McElhany note dated 24 Aug 1846 $16.75 Zede Barnards note dated 5 Oct 1839 $16.36 Wm Sewell note dated 3 Dec 1844 $19.78 A Barnards note dated 15 Jun 1847 $4.80 Bal due on S Hincun [?] note $20.00 Bal due on E Blagg note $129.80 One note in Abernethy [...?] for $50.00 One account on J Brittain for $12.00 J F Henry order $5.00 One account on Hyram Sharp $16.00 S Hunsickers recept for note on J Price for $30.00 Amount carried over $723.39 ==Page 9== Amount brought forward $723.39 Amount cash on hand at death $75.00 I Winney St Clair administratrix of the estate of Thomas C StClair dec'd do solemnly swear that the foregoing is a full Inventory and description of all the money, goods, chattels, books, papers and evidences of debt, and of all debts due or be coming due said Thomas C StClair as far as I have been able to assertain them except the property which is due me by law as the widow of said deceased so help me god. Sworn to & subscribed before me this 30 day of January. Winney [her mark] St Clair John R Adams, JP ==Page 10== [Outside of envelope] Inventory of the personal estate of Thomas C St Clair dec'd 31 Jan 1857 A S Remy[?] clerk Approved April the 13 1857 John Honea, Judge ==Page 11== State of Arkansas, County of Franklin [...] householders in the county aforesaid having been called on by Winney St Clair as adminstratrix of the estate of Thomas C St Clair deceased to appraise the personal estate of said deceased do each solemnly swear that we are not interested nor of kin to any person interested in said estate as heirs or legatee and that we will [...] to the last [...] abilities view and appraise the personal estate of said dec'd to us provided so help us god. Sworn to & subscribed before me this day of January 1837. John R Adams, JP George Mitchell, [...] Adams, Stephen Gage And thereupon after being duly sworn we do view and appraise said personal estate as follows: One Dun mare appraised to $40 One Sorrell Mare $40 One brown horse $50 One black horse $70 [or $10] One brown filley [...] One bay colt $25.00 One yoke of oxen about 12 years old $25.00 One yoke of oxen about 5 years old $45.00 One other yoke of oxen about 5 years old $45.00 Yoke of oxen about 4 years old $45.00 One steer about three years old $10.00 Amount copied over $430.00 [I don't understand how they got this figure] ==Page 12== Amount brought up $430.00 One steer about six years old $15.00 One cow $11.00 One cow $11.00 One cow $10.00 One cow $5.00 One heiffer $7.00 One heiffer $7.00 One heiffer $7.00 Four two year old steers at $7.00 each 59 head of sheep $70.00 12 head of stock hogs $30.00 Twenty one head of pork hogs $12.50 One waggon $25.00 One plough $4.00 One plough $5.00 One pair of plough gear $1.00 One paid of plough gear $1.00 One hoe $0.50 Two Axes $0.50 One riffle gun $5.00 One shot gun $5.00 Four small log chains at $5.00 each One horr[?] wedge $0.75 One man saddle $5.00 One side saddle $5.00 48 [...] the of seed cotton at 2.25 108.00 One steer [scratched out] Two calves [scratched out] One Steer $4.00 Eighty one head of hogs 162.00 One steer Eighty one head of hogs $1081.58 ==Page 13== Given under our hands this 24 day of February 1857 George Mitchell J Adams ==Page 14== [Outside of envelope] Appraisement of the estate of Thos C St Clair, dec'd Filed April 13 1857 A L Berry, clk [[Category:Franklin County, Arkansas]]
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