Wills & Probate
OF GEORGIA, SPALDING COUNTY
the Court of Ordinary of said County
J.B. Bell, J.F. Ogletree , G. G. Head , J.R. Lindsey and W.
J. Futral 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 P. R.
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
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 22nd
day of August 1899.
J. A. Drewry,
STATE OF GEORGIA,
B. Bell, G. G. Head, J. R. Lindsey and W. F. Futral 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 P. R. Ogletree, deceased, as shall be produced to you by R. D.
Ogletree, Administrator of the estate of said deceased, and will
make a return thereof according to law.
Sworn to and
subscribed before me this 26th day of August, 1899.
C. A. Cooper, J. P.
J. B. Bell
J. R. Lindsey
G. G. Head
W. J. Futral
Inventory and Appraisement of the Estate of P. R. OGLETREE, Deceased
Home Place & Wise Place containing 175
Little John Place 45 acres
Lewis Place 50 acres
Charley Jester’s crop estimated 6 bales of
And corn 40 bushels, fodder 500 bundles
Lewis Dickerson’s crop estimate at 7 bales of cotton and 60 bushels corn, 1000 bundles
J. W. Ogletree's crop estimated at 12 bales of
cotton, 100 bushels of corn, 1,175 bundles
1 pr. Of gray mules worth
1 black mule worth
1 sorrel mare
1 sow and 4 pigs
2 cows and 1 calf
12 bushels of wheat
Set shop tools
2 cotton planters
4 Haiman plow stocks and lot of plow hoes
4 Boy Dixie plows
1 – 2 horse plow
1 set plow gear
Buggy & harnesses
1 – 2 horse wagon
1 saw, 1 square, auger brace and bit
1 pr. Shears
Notes and accounts
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 P. R. 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 26th
day of August 1899
G. G. Head, L.S.
R. J. Lindsey, L.S.
W. J. Futral, L.S.
J. B. Bell, L.S.
GEORGIA, SPALDING COUNTY
Personally came before me Robert D. Ogletree,
Administrator of P. R. Ogletree, deceased, who being duly sworn
deposeth and saith that the within and foregoing inventory is just,
true, and correct, and contains a true account of all the goods and
chattels, rights and credits, and real estate of said deceased, that
have come to his hands, possession or knowledge.
R. D. Ogletree
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
31st day of August 1899
J. A. Drewry, Ordinary
Recorded August 31st
1899 J. A. Drewry, Ordinary
GA Archives Dr. 164, Box 72
Spalding County Inv. & Appraisement Book C, p.
Bob & Linda Ellis, Duluth, GA
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