Wills & Probate
OF GEORGIA, SPALDING COUNTY
the Court of Ordinary of said County
J.B. Bell, T. J. Biles, T. S. Maddox, W. H. Kinard and J. H.
Wise these are to authorize you or any three of you, whose names
are here above written, to attend and appraise the goods and
chattels, lands and tenements, rights or credits of James C.
Ogletree Deceased wheresoever any and all goods chattels, lands
tenements, rights or credits of said deceased are within the County
of Spalding, and which shall be sworn unto you by E. E. Akin
or come to your knowledge or sight, you having first taken an
oath before some legally authorized person to make a true and
perfect inventory thereof, and to cause the same to be returned
under your hands, or any three or more of you, to the Court within
two months from the date hereof .
testimony Whereof, I hereunto affix my hand and seal, this 11th day
of May 1918.
J. A. Drewry,
STATE OF GEORGIA,
You J. B. Bell, T.
S. Maddox and J. H. Wise do swear that you will make a just and
true appraisement and inventory of all and singular the goods,
chattels, lands, tenements, rights, and credits of James C.
Ogletree, deceased, as shall be produced to you by _________,
Administrator of the estate of said deceased, and will make a return
thereof according to law.
Sworn to and
subscribed before me this 15th day of May, 1918.
J. A. Drewry,
J. B. Bell
T. S. Maddox
J. H. Wise
Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of James C. OGLETREE,
One Buggy & Harness
One Stalk Cutter
Three 2 horse plows
One corn planter
Three single plow stock and
Twelve hundred lbs. of cotton seed
Fifty bushels of corn
Six hundred bundles of fodder 900 lbs.
Two grain cradles & bush blade
Two bushels of velvet beans and 100 lbs. co.
seed h. 4
One wagon and harness
Four bushels of peas
One cook stove, safe two tables and wash stand
One wardrobe & contents, two chests & contents,
28 quilts & 8 un-
quilted & 8 counterpanes and 5 rugs – Mattie
One piano, one bedstead & bed complete, one
dresser, one center
Table, 3 rocking chairs, one set square, one
rug and four lace
Curtains, and four shades, one sewing
machine, safe & contents
“James C. Ogletree”
Two feather beds, ten feather pillows, one big
bed, two single
Beds, one big mattress & two single
mattresses, one set of
Bed springs, single two dressers, two
clocks, three tables, one
Desk, two washstands
One milk cow & yearling
One post hole digger
Land 116 acres, more or
One Liberty Bond
Meat & flour
$45. cash left to Mattie Ogletree & few
We the undersigned appraisers, do certify,
that having been first sworn by and before each other according to
law, that the within and foregoing is a true inventory and
appraisement of all of the estate of James C. Ogletree, deceased, so
far as the same was produced before us the Administrator of said
Deceased, to the best of our judgement an understanding.
Given under our hand and seal, this 15th
day of May 1918
J. B. Bell, L.S.
T. S. Maddox, L.S.
J. B. Wise, L.S.
GA Archives Dr. 164, Box 72
Spalding County Inv. & Appraisement Book C, p.
Bob & Linda Ellis, Duluth, GA
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