Order to John Price, John C. Watters, Burwell P. Key and Cornelius Hardy to pay A. P. Wilson from J. L. Calhoun as Guardian of Sarah F. Morgan, minor heir of Stockley Morgan, deceased. 

 

Names contained in this document: Price, Watters, Key, Hardy, Wilson, Morgan, Calhoun, Joiner, Tate, MacKenzie, Loyall

 

 

Crawford, Russell County , Alabama              January 23, 1845

 

To Messrs. John Price, John C. Watters, Burwell P. Key and Cornelius Hardy, you or either or any of you will pay to A. P. Wilson of Jasper County, Georgia, all moneys in your hands due or coming to me in any manor withen my individual capacity, or as guardian of Sarah F. Morgan (minor heir of Stokely Morgan deceased) as I have hereby appointed, and do appoint him the said A. P. Wilson to receive the same as my agent and attorney and kept and discharge you as I myself could do were I present.

 

Given under my hand and seal this the 23rd day of January AD 1845

 

John L. Calhoun

Guardian

 

The State of Alabama

Russell County

 

Before me Eli C. Joiner a justice of the peace in and for said county.  John L. Calhoun and acknowledges that he signed, sealed and delivered the foregoing power of attorney to A. P. Wilson for his purposes ___________ this 23rd day of January 1845

 

John L. Calhoun

Guardian

 

Eli C. Joiner, J.P.

 

The State of Alabama

Russell County

 

I Thomas L. Tate clerk of the county court of said county do certify that Eli C. Joiner whose signature and attention appears to the above foregoing affidavit is ______________ the date thereof an acting Justice of the Peace in for said county duly _______________________and qualified as such, that __________ and court _________ his official act as such.

 

Given under my hand and private seal there being no _____________ of office at _____________ this 23 January AD 1845 .

 

Thomas L. Tate

 

Clerk

 

The State of Georgia

Muscogee County

 

Before me, K. Mackenzie a Justice of the Inferior Court in and for the county aforesaid personally appeared the _____________ named John L. Calhoun who acknowledges that he signed and sealed the foregoing power of attorney on the day and year therein mentioned and for the purposes therein specified______________ the said A. P. Wilson, his agent and attorney in fact.

 

Given under my hand officially and private seal this 25th day of January AD 1845

 

K. MacKenzie, I.I.C.

 

Georgia

Jasper County

Recorded in office of Clerk of the Superior Court Book D, Page 210, August 25th 1845

 

Jepe Loyall

Clerk

 

Document in possession of Harry Wilson (hornridge@aol.com)

 

Transcribed by Suzanne Forte (suzanneforte@bellsouth.net)