PERQUIMANS COUNTY: WILLS, DEEDS, ESTATE RECORDS, ACCOUNTS, & OTHER COURT RECORDS
ESTATE Sales and Inventory:
Benjamin Munden Estate Inventory-1751
Nancy Munden Estate Sale 1831
Morgan Overman Estate Inventory 1806
TADLOCK Research in Perquimans and other related counties.
Cross Index to Executors and Administrators: Perquimans County
Fannie TADLOCK, S. M. Godfrey Administrator, August 1887, book 11, page 155
Lemule TADLOCK, Jas. W. Mullur Administrator, February 1860 book 10, page 88
James TADLOCK L.B. Perry, Administrator, December 2, 1907 book 11, page 347
February Term 1828
Petition for Widows Provisions
Perquimans Coounty, NC Court
Sarah TATLOCK, widow of Absalom TATLOCK who died in January 1828, petitions for a year's provisions from her late husband's estate
(Abstract by Alice Griffin)
February Term 1828
Jos. B. Halsey of Administrator of Absolem TADLOCK Decd.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Know all men by these presents, That we Joseph B. Halsy, Benjamin Mullen & John Robins are held firmly bound unto James Irdell Governor of the said State, and to his successors in office, in the just and full sum of one thousand Dollars, to be paid to the Governor, his Succeessors or Assigns: To the which payment well and truly to be maid, we do dind ourselves, each of us, and each of our Heirs, Executors, Administrators and Assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals, and dated in Hertford, this 11 th day of February One Thousand Eight Hundred and 28.
The Condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden administrator of all singular the gods and chattels, rights and credits of Absolem TATLOCK, deceased, do make or cause to be made, a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of the deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, knowledge or possession of the said Joseph B. Halsy - or into the hands or possession of any person or persons for him, and the same so made, do exhibit, or cause to be exhibited into Perq. County Court, within the time prescribed by law, after the date of these presents; and the same goods, chattels and credits, and all the other goods, chattels and credits of the deceased, at the time of his death, which at any time hereafter shall come into the hands or possession of the said Jos. B. Halsy or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him, do well and truly administer according to law; and further do make, or cause to be made a true and just account of his said administration agreeable to law, and after the date of these presents; and all the rest and residue of the said goods, chattels and credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said administration account (the same being first examined and allowed by the Governor and Council Superior or County Court) shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively, as the same shall become due, pursuant to the true intent and meaning of the act in that case made and provided. And if it shall appear that any will or testament was made by the deceased, and the Executor or Ececutors therein named, do exhibit the same in Court, making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said Joseph B. Halsy above bounden, being thereunto required, do render and deliver the said letters on administration (approbation of such testament being first had and made in the said Court) then this obligation to be void otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.
Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of John Wood
Jos. B. Halsy
Benj. A. Mullen
Transcribed by Alice Griffin from copy by NC Archives
To May Term 1828
Inventory and Account of Absolam TADLOCK, decd.
Inventory of Absolam TADLOCK, decd., by Sally TADLOCK
Sales of personal property (public auction) 2-22-1828, amt. of sales $252.39 Inventory of the property alloted of the Widdow for her years provisions is 18 barrels of corn, 5 bushels of Wheat, 36 lbs Lard, 1 cow, also one bed W____ & C____ allowed by act of assembly. Jo B. Halsey, Adm.
List of persons who bought items at this sale. Sarah TATLOCK, John TATLOCK, James Miller, Benj. Godfry, Jos. B Gordon, Olly TADLOCK, Elaner Sawyer, Thos. T___, Thos TATLOCK, Martha Sitterson, Whitmile Stoky, Nancy Layden, John N. Butt, Jese TATLOCK, William Lowe, John Cosan, Thos. Sutton, David Butt, John Stanton , John Ferrell, James, Sawyer, James Pool, Benj. Ogel___, Nathan Turner, Jese Munden, Jos. B. Halsey, Stephen Twidy, Ira Stanton, Samuel Welch, William Robertson, James P. W___, Jese Ivy, Jos. Barcliff, Wm. B. Hollowel, John Weeks, Jos. Gregory, Benj. Mullen, Richard Turner
(Abstract by Alice Griffin)
November Term 18__ Order to audit and settle the accounts of J. B. Halsey Adm., of Absolem TATLOCK, decd.amt . acct. sales $252.37 Perq. County CourtIn Obedence to the annent order we have proceaded to audite the accounts of Joseph B. Halsey
Ordered that William Bernham Esq., Joshua Whidbe and James Stanton and Richard Leigh audit and settle the account and divide the Estate of Abselem TATLOCK decd. and make report of their procedings to next Term.
The Estate of Absolom TATLOCK decd. In account with Joseph B. Halsey, Adm. Paid Clerks fees $3.00 May 8, 1828 Paid George E. Burnehill? _____ Interest 10.09 By Amount of Sales Return $252.39 " " Wm. Burnham 17.36 In 17th mo. Interest 21.88 June 4 Hawkins Turner 1.55 ______ March 24 Thos Morgan 4.53 $274.27 Nov. 11 Cha__ Suttonstate? 8.76 June 14,1828 John Weeks 3.96 -194.14 " John Weeks by account 1.26 _____ Apr 11, 1828 Sarah _____? 1.69 $80.13 May 8, 1828 William Burnham 2.82 April 11, 1828 William B Hollowell 1.54 July 11, Eleaner Sawyer .84 April 4, 1828 E. Crocker 3.55 Feb. 3, 1830 Charles M. Lords 35.97 Mar. 24, 1828 James P. Whedbe & Co. 25.78 Nov. 10, 1828 Samuel Sutton 5.00 Jan 27, 1830 Jese Wilson 5.00 June 20, 1829 John Stanton .61 Amount paid for Widow for allowance 30.05 for S___ for _______ 1.50 Commissions on $439. @ 5% 21.97 Auditors Charge 3.00 _______ $190.14
Audited act. and Division of the Estate of Absolam Tattlock, decd. In obedeance to the annent order We have proceded to audit the accounts of Joseph B Halsey with the Estate of Absolum TATLOCK and find the balance due the Estate of Eighty Dollars 13 cents for which we submit for further inspection this 6th Feb. 1830. Wm Burnham, James Stanton, Joshus Whedbe
We have also proceded to divide the above sum of Eighty dollars 13 cents among TATLOCK Legal Representers Namely Widow Sarah TATLOCK $8.01, John TATLOCK $8.01, Jese TATLOCK $8.01, Joseph Gregory in the rite of his wife $8.01, Mary TATLOCK $8.01, Mariah TATLOCK $8.01, July Ann TATLOCK $8.01, Samuel TATLOCK $8.01, Langester TATLOCK $8.01, Frances TATLOCK $8.01
Given under our hands and seals the state above
Wm. Burnham Jas. Stanton Joshua Whedee
1834 Feb. Term Perquimmans Court Widow of Absolom TADLOCK, Decs. Order for dower To Feb Term 1834
Nov. Term 1833 on Hearing the petition of Sarah TATLOCK, relic of Absolom TATLOCK decs. and others it was ordered that The Sheriff sumon a Inquery to go on The premises & allot & set off To The said widow then dower in The lands & Tenements of which The said Decs. died Seised(?) & papeped (?) according to act of Assembly In such lease made oprovided and make Report of their proceedings to next Term Test John Woodlek?
1834 State of North Carolina Perquimans County
In obedience to the anni__? order of court we the undersigned having been summoned by the sheriff of said county met at the late Residence of Absolom TATLOCK Decd. and after being duly sworn have procuded to Lay off Sarah TATLOCK widow of Decd. her dower in the lands and Tenements of which made & provided _ Begining at the main road & running down the lane to a stake thence straignt thereof to the Paire tree near the old Chimney - thense straight to the woods Swamp- thense the narious course of the swamp to William Robinsons line thence along his line and fence to the woods Including all the buildings with the priviledge of firewood and rail timber to support the afor? Dower all of which we Respectfully submit to Court Given under our hands Seals this 24th January 1834. Taken before me James Long, Shff.
Signed Jese Man____?, Charles _____?, Ira Stanton, Benj. Godfrey, Stephen Twidy, John Nicholson, Joseph Gregory, Edmond Phelps,T_______? , William Albertson, Elkany Sawyer, John B. Munden (Transcribed by Alice Griffin)
August Term 1833 Guardian Bond (Wm. Robinson Appointed Guardian of Absolom TADLOCK's Orphans) STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA County: Know all men by these presents, That _? William Robinson, William Stanton & James Brothers are held and firml bound unto his excellency David L. Swain Esquire, Governor, Captain General and Commander in Chief of the State aforsaid, in the full and just sum of Two hundred dollars, to be paid to his excellency the Governor, his Successors or Assigns: To which payment will and truly to be made, we bind ourselves out heirs, execotors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this 13th day of August 1833.
Whereas the above bounden William Robinson hath been this day, by the Worshipful Court of said County, appointed guardian to Mariah, Lanchester, Francis & Leml. orphans of Absolum TATLOCK deceased: Now the condition of the above obligation is such, That if the said William Robinson guardian as aforsaid, shall well and truly discharge his said guardianship, by taking care of and improving all the estate belonging to the said orphan; and shall also settle his guardianship accounts with the Court of said County, as is required by law; and that he will deliver up to the said Mariah, Lancaster, Francis, & Leml.TADLOCK orphans, as aforesaid, when they shall attain lawful age, all such estate as they ought of right to be opssessed of, or sooner if required, agreeable to the true intent and meaning of the Act of General Assembly in such case made and provided; then this obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. William Robinson, Seal William Stanton, Seal James Brothers, Seal
Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of Jona H Jacacks ? Thomas Long Myles Elliott Elisha Burk Josiah Perry William Burnham (Transcribed by Alice Griffin)
February 1834 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
WE COMMAND YOU, that the goods and chattles, lands and tenements of William Robertson, Mariah. Lanchaster & Francis TATLOCK & Lemel. S. TATLOCK infant Heirs of Absolem TATLOCK by Wm. Robertson their guardian - Mathias Weeks & wife Marey & Sarah TATLOCK widow of said decd. -- (in your bailiwick) you cause to be made the sum of Twelve dollars & 15 cents -- which -- lately in our County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, held for Perquimans County, at the Court House in Hertford was adjudged for the ___? on their petn. for dower in the said petn. expended, whereof the said Will Robertson ___? convicted and liable as to us appears of record. And have you the said monies before the justices of our said Court, on the 2nd Monday in May, next, then and there to render to the officers of the court, costs ad charges aforesaid. Herein fail not, and have you then and there this writ. Witness, John Wood, Clerk of the said Court at Hertford, the 2nd Monday of February in the L8th year of our Independence, A.D. 1834
Issued the 24th day of February 1834 Signed John Wood, Clk.
March 1834 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
To the Sheriff of Perquimans County, Greeting: WHEREAS, it appears to us that William Robinson who was appointed by the County Court of Perquimons County, at Nov. Term 1833 Guardian to Absalum TATLOCK heirs hath neglected to appear at our said County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions held the second Monday of Feb 1844 then and there to ex____? his ___? as guardian aforesaid, as by law he was required to do. These are, therefore, to command you that you make known to the said Wm. Robinson that he personally be and appear before the Justices of our County Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, to be held for the County of Perquimons on the second Monday in May next, then and there to show cause, if any he has, why he did not appear at the said Feb. Term, 1844 and as guardian to the said heirs and this he shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of the law. Witness, Jos. M. Cox Clerk of our said Court, at Hertford the second Monday of Feb 1844 and in the __? year of our Independence. Issued the 7th day of March 1844. Signed Jos. M. Cox, Clerk
Deed Dec. 1883 John TADLOCK to A. M. F. Layden North Carolina Perquimans Co., NC This Deed made this 7th day of Dec. A.D. 1883 by John TADLOCK of the first part and A. M. F. Layden of the second part. Witnessed that for & inconsideration of one hundred and eighty dollars to him paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, has bargained, sold and conveyed and by these presents do convey to the said A. M. F. Layden heirs and asigns his right title and interest in and to a certain track or parcil of land of which he ___? from his mother in Perquimans Co. NC adjoining the land of Jas. W. Mullon and ohters containing by Estimate fifty Three acres more or less bound as follows on the N. by the lands of J. W. Mullon on the west by the main road leading to Woodville on the S(south). by T (or F.). E. Nichols and the east by the Maine Road. To have and to hold said land with all appr___? them to belonging unto her the said A. M. F. Layden her heirs and asigns forever. The said Jno. TADLOCK doth warrant and disf___? the title of the said premesis forever. In Testimony where of hasth hereunto set his hand and seal Seal: John TADLOCK Witness H. M. Spencer The execution of the forgoing deed was this day proved before us by the oath of H. M. Spencer the deed above being witness thereto. Witness my hand and seal this Dec 8 th 1883. W. R. Weeks, JP.
State fo North Carolina Perquimans County The forgoing certificate of W. R. Weeks, a Justice of the Peace in and for said county is adjudged Correct. (another line that is not legible) Registered Dec. 24, 1883 (Transcribed by Alice Griffin)
Pequimans Co. NC Record of Settlements 3 Inventory and Sales of Fanny TADLOCK decd. Estatete
(This handwritting is very hard to read. This is my guess as to what it says.) Courtsales of Mss or Mrs Jackson Inventory & Account of Sales of No personal property belonging to___ estate of Lemul TADLOCKe S__ or S. (Stephen) M. Godfry her Adm. 1888
Stool Balton 1 Rocking Chair / Wm. Horten / $ .80 1 Rocking Chair / S. M. Godrfy / .85 1 Stool – Rocking Chair / Sam Price / .40 1 Baby Chair / Sam Price / .27 1 Pair flat irons / Pack Sawyer / .60 1 Dish pan / Frank Humphris / .10 1 Sive / J. E. Davidson / .11 1 Cradle / S. M. Godfry / .60 1 Crom? / John Story / .12 1 Fancy Picture / W. Webb / .07 2 Fancy Pictures / W. Webb / .09 3 Fancy Pictures / S. M. Godfrey / .24 4 Fancy Pictures / John Story / .08 5 Fancy Pictures / John Story / .38 1 Wash Bowl / B. S. Banks / .25 2 Frnit. Pass / J. Story / .14 1 Toilet Set / S. M. Godfry / .36 1 Pickle Dish / S. M. Godfry / .05 3 Bowls / David Overton / .21 1 Molasses Pot / John Story / .08 1 Bowl / Frank Humphries / .09
Page 2 4 Salt Sillers / Tom Cofield / .10 1 Sugar Dish / Isaac Banks / .01 1 Mug / S. M. Godfrey / .01 5 Goblets / Wash Webb / .21 1 Spoon Holder / Wash Webb / ? 1 Gravy Dish / Wm. Horton / .16 3 Gravy Dishes / S. M. Godfry / .22 ˝ doz. Plates / J. ? Cofield / .07 1 Milk Pot. / J. Cofield / .01 2 Knives & forks / David Overton / .07 1 Bed Quilt / Iaac Banks / .85 2 Balster ticks / Wash Webb / .10 1 Trunk / Dave Simpson / .30 1 Tea Kittle / Dave Simpson / .15 1 Spider? & Top / Wash Webb / .44 1 " " " / Nixon Banks / .16 1 Water Bucket / Iaac Banks / .10 1 Peck Pal / Wm. Horton / .16 1 Lard Stan / Iaac Banks / .10 1 Stove / S. M. Godfrey / 2.75 1 Stove Pot / Frank Humphris / .25 1 " " / S. M. Godfrey / .03 2 Snt. Rackers / S. M. Godfrey / .05 1 Fring Pan & B___ Iron / S. M. Godfrey / .05 Page 3 1 Wash Stan / David Newby / .92 1 Safe / David Newby / 1.85 1 Cruit Stand & casters / Noah Williams / .27 4 Coffee Pots / S. M. Godfrey / .05 1 Kerosine Stan / S. M. Godfrey / .05 1 Tin Bucket / S. M. Godfrey / .04 1 Pitcher / B. S. Banks / .05 2 Picture frames / S. M. Godfrey / .10 1 Bottle / D. S. Newby / .01 1 Stan & Stool Chair / S. M. Godfrey / .06 1 Egg Dipper / S. M. Godfrey / .02 1 Picutre / J. T. Cofield / .08 1 Bed matress & Balster / A. A. Perry Jr. / 8.90 1 Bed Sted / A. A. Perry Jr. / 2.00 1 Bed Sted / D. S. Newby / 1.50 1 coffee Mill / Noah Williams / .02 1 Sowing Machine / S. M. Godfrey / 1.75 1 Set Castings / S. M. Godfrey / .40 1 Quilt / S. M. Godfrey / .51 1 Cook Table / Wash Webb / .35 . . $31.23 Total Sales . S. M. Godfry Adms. Sworn and subscribed before me __ Oct. 7, 1889, J. I. A. Wood C.S.C Next Page Recorded in Record of Settlement page 302 S. M. Godfrey Administrator, ____ with estate of Fannie TADLOCK For proceeds of chullets / $31.23 By paid Clerk for leters & c & order to sell for cash - $3.00 " " hauling chullets to New Hope - $2.00 " " J Humphries auction - $ .75 " " Bank keeping acct. July - $ .25 " " Clerk for __ return - $ .60 " " __ Inventory - $ .35 " " Adm. 5% coms - $1.90 " Bal. Due the estate by Adm.. - $22.38 . _________ . $31.23 $31.23 1889, Oct. 7, For bal. Due estate by Adm. $22.38 S. M. Goddfrey, Adm. Sworn to and subscribed before me this Oct. 7, 1889 J. I. A. Wood C.S.L. Transcribed by Alice Griffin
Perquimans County Record of Settlements Book # 2 Page 59 Nov. 25, 1907 Receipt of George TADLOCK $20.19 Received of Chas. Johnson Clerk Superior Court of Perqs. County the Sum of Twenty & 19/100 Dollars (less 3% Comm) being amount due me from the Estate of Fannie TADLOCK, my mother. And in consideration of the payment of the above Twenty & 10/100 Dollars, I hereby release the said Chas. Johnson CSC & the sureties on his official hand from all obligations. Witness my hand and seal this 25 day Nov 1907. Witness: George TADLOCK (Seal) B. F. Bray Transcribed by Alice Griffin
Perquimans County Record of Settlement Book #2 Page 6 May 13, 1904 Receipt of Daisy Williams & Husband W. H. Williams Received from E. V. Perry Clerk of the Superior Court of Perquimans County, NC the sum of Twenty & 19/100 Dollars ____? account due me from Estate of Fanny TADLOCK decd, my mother which was due by S. M. Godfrey Admn/ of said Fanny TADLOCK decd. in his financial account. Said account was filed in the bonds of said clerk by Sophia Godfry Adm. of said S. M. Godfry decd. Mch. 3, 1903 & in consideration of this payment of said sum of Twenty & 19/100 Dollars I do hereby release said Perry to the ___? as his official bond from all libalities. I, W. H. Williams husband of said Daisy Williams was Jackson asse___? to above. Witness and ___? & seals this May 13, 1904. Mrs. Dasy Williams Seal W. H Williams Seal Witness: David Cox
Transcribed by Alice Griffin
Will Abstract Bertie Co. NC Absolum TADLOCK Bertie County, NC, 1816 wb F/309 AR Will of Absalom TADLOCK, March 13, 1815; Feb. Term 1816. Wife, son Gervis, daughter's children Sally, William, Frances, Elizabeth and Aggy. Test, Rich'd Poindexter. Bertie County Wills Vol.2, No.4. p. 550.
Mary C. TADLOCK Bertie Co. NC 1875 wb 1/69
Pasquotank Co, NC Edward TATLOCK, Pasquotank Co, NC, 1762 wb H/38 AR Source: Abstracts of Wills Pasquotank Co., NC 1752 - 1824; Book H; pg. 226 by Lori Higley White Edward TADLOCK of the Parish of St. John, Pasquotank Co. 17 April 1762 Probate: April Court 1762 Wife: Mary TADLOCK Son: James TADLOCK land in Perquimans Co. Son: John TADLOCK Son: Absolom TADLOCK Son: Edward TADLOCK Son: Joseph TADLOCK Dau: Rhoda Simpson Dau: Elizabeth TADLOCK Eexcutors: Wife Mary and son James Witnesses: John Pike, Joseph Pike, Patrick Pool
Edward TADLOCK, Pasquotank Co., NC, 1762, WB H/38, James, Edward; Mary, Wife John TATLOCK , Pasquotank Co. NC, 1792 wb K/229 AR John TATLOCK, John, Keziah (wife), Elizabeth, Absalom, Simeon, Penina, James, Millicent Susannah TATLOCK, Pasquotank Co. NC, 1811 wb M 1/230 AR Susannah TATLOCK, Pasquotank Co., NC, 1811 wb D/94