Proceedings of Administration, Chautauqua County, vol. 2, 1842-1850, Family History Library microfilm 588092

Probate court proceedings to handle estates of deceased persons who did not leave wills.

Other probate court proceedings, including guardianship hearings.

 

p. 1, Freeland Preston died 13 May 1841 in town of Harmony

Petitioner Mary K. Preston of town of Harmony, widow, married about 7 years ago

Court 10 Jan 1842, value of estate $400

Heirs and next of kin:  Two children, one born since his death: Reuben, Elijah, and Celestia, all under age 21.

Administrator:  Mary K. Preston

Appraisers:  Ozias C. Story, John H. Pray, both of town of Harmony

 

p. 2, Reuben W. Moore died 1 Jan 1842 in town of  Hanover

Petitioner:  Charles A. H. McGregor of Hanover, son-in-law of deceased, in the right of his wife Harriet McGregor, daughter

Court 5 Jan 1842, 10 Jan 1842, value of estate $3000, appointed administrator Charles A. H. McGregor and John Mack

Heirs and next of kin:  widow Mary A. Moore and 8 children, all minors except Harriet McGregor

Appraisers:  Ezekiel B. Gurnsey and Samuel R. Barr, both of town of Hanover

 

p. 3, Anson Watkins died 1 Feb 1842 in town of Ellington

Petitioner:  William Watkins, father, of town of Ellington

Court 1 Jun 1842, 6 Jun 1842, value of estate $200, appointed administrator William Watkins, father of deceased

Heirs and next of kin:  Left no widow or children

Appraisers:  Thomas Frank, Philip M. Smith

 

p. 4, Calvin Rice of town of Ripley died 10 May 1842 in town of St. Catharine, Tennessee

Petitioner:  Sarah Rice, widow, of town of Ripley

Court 7 Jun 1842, 13 Jun 1842, value of estate $400, appointed administrator Gideon Barlow and also appointed him special guardian of Joseph Rice, infant son of deceased.

Heirs and next of kin:  Sarah Rice is second wife of deceased, with no children.  First wife had two children, Joseph and Huldah Rice, both under age 14, who reside in Vermont with John Rice, father of deceased.  Deceased left property with his friend H. B. Osborne of town of Ripley when he left for Tennessee.

Appraisers:  Timothy Parker and William Bass of town of Westfield

 

p. 5, John A. Rood died 1 May 1842 in town of Arkwright

Petitioner:  William W. Rood, brother, of town of Arkwright

Court 30 Jun 1842, 11 Jul 1842, value of estate $300, appointed administrator William W. Rood

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Anna Rood age 18 or 20, no child, father Clark Rood of Arkwright, two brothers besides petitioner who live in Michigan, one sister

Appraisers:  Daniel Hoisington, James Black, both of Arkwright

 

p. 6, Solomon S. Bentley died 8 Aug 1838 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Harriet Bently, widow, of town of Ellicott

Court 12 Jul 1842, 22 Aug 1842, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Harriet Bently, William H. Fenton

Heirs and next of kin:  Three children Lorenzo H., Cynthia Ann, and Solomon Bently, the last two being under age 21.

Appraisers:  James Lee, Ebenezer Dunton, both of Ellicott

 

p. 7, Manly R. Alexander died 31 Dec 1841 in town of Harmony

Petitioner:  Simeon Alexander of town of Harmony, brother, in right of Cicero P. Alexander his ward, son of deceased

Court 8 Aug 1842, value of estate $, appointed administrator Simeon Alexander and Daniel Loomis

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow living.  6 children: Cicero P., Sarah D., John J., Henrietta, Olive? P., and Julietta Alexander

Appraisers:  Hugh Alexander, Amos A. Holliday, both of Harmony

 

p. 8, Thomas C. Hale died 18 Sep 1842 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Ira Hale, brother, guardian of Thomas M. Hale, of town of Hanover

Court 29 Sep 1842, value of estate $4000, appointed administrator Ira Hale, Ransom S. Morrison, Adiel? S. Moss

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow has since died. No other children except son Thomas M. Hale age 6

Appraisers:  William Colvill Jr, Rodney B. Smith

 

p. 9, James Minott died 18 Sep 1842 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Samuel Minott, son, of Putnam, Livingston County, Michigan

Court 18 Oct 1842, 25 Oct 1842, value of estate $2500, appointed administrator Watson J. Hinckley, Esq.

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Mary Minott of Pomfret, two daughters Martha Warner wife of James F. Warner and Mary Hinckley wife of John G. Hinckley, and an infant grandchild.

Appraisers:  John Crane, Salmon Hart, both of Pomfret

 

p. 10, Warren Rose died 7 Oct 1842 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Henry H. Hawkins in right of infant son Sylvester Rose his ward, James S. Walling guardian of two other minor sons, and Rachel J. Rose

Court 15 Nov 1842, 18 Nov 1842, value of estate $150, appointed administrator Henry H. Hawkins, James S. Walling, Rachael J. Rose

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Miranda Rose of Hanover, 9 children of whom only Rachel Jane Rose is over age 21.  Son Sylvester Rose is ward of petitioner Henry H. Hawkins.  Sons Edward H. Rose and James A. Rose are wards of James S. Walling.

Appraisers:  Hiram Sackett, David Gardner

 

p. 11, Solomon Thomas died 15 Sep 1842 in town of Busti

Petitioner:  Matthew Seeley of town of Chautauqua, guardian of 2 minor children

Court 19 Nov 1842, value of estate $200, appointed administrator Matthew Seeley

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Eunice M. Thomas who died about 10 Nov 1842.  Three children George Thomas, Margaret Thomas, both wards of Matthew Seeley, and Eunice M. Thomas, all under age 14.

Appraisers:  Robert Carrier?, William Curtis

 

p. 12, Phebe Dodge died 12 Sep 1842 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  Kellogg Allen of town of Sheridan in right of Cornelia Dodge, infant daughter of deceased and ward of petitioner

Court 29 Dec 1842, 4 Jan 1843, value of estate $130, appointed administrator Kellogg Allen

Heirs and next of kin:  Phebe Dodge left no other children except Cornelia

Appraisers: 

 

p. 13, Royal Blanding died 31 Dec 1842 in town of Villenova

Petitioner:  Susannah Blanding of town of Villenova, widow

Court 21 Feb 1843, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Susanna Blanding, Joseph C. Hopkins

Heirs and next of kin:  5 children:  Lorinda Palmer wife of  Albion Palmer of Hamilton, Maddison Co., Caroline Whipple wife of Elijah Whipple of Senica, W. Canada, both over age 21.  Also Deville, Annis? and George Blanding, all under age 21.

Appraisers:  Daniel Wright, Eri? Esi? Sanderson

 

p. 14, Benjamin Mathews died 13 Jan 1843 in town of Gerry

Petitioner:  Caleb Mathews of town of Gerry, son

Court 15 Feb 1843, 25 Feb 1843, value of estate $100, appointed administrator

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow and no other heirs

Appraisers:  None

 

p. 15, William Myris died 10 aug 1840 in town of  Sheridan

Petitioner:  Abigail Myris, widow, and Kellogg Allen of town of Sheridan

Court 27 Feb 1843, value of estate $400, appointed administrator Abigail Myris and Kellogg Allen

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  William Hill, Alexander Eddy

 

p. 16, Edwin Taylor died 23 Feb 1843 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Joel Taylor of town of Pomfret, brother

Court 1 Mar 1843, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Joel Taylor and Mark Rork

Heirs and next of kin:  No wife or child.  Father Silas Taylor of Pomfret.

Appraisers:  John Ensign and Seth Ensign of Sheridan

 

p. 17, Elisha Arnold died 23 Jun 1843 in town of Portland

Petitioner:  Chauncey C. Arnold of town of Portland, son

Court 3 Apr 1843, value of estate $1200, appointed administrator Chauncey C. Arnold

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Patience Arnold

Appraisers:  None

 

p. 18, Roderick D. Fuller died 4 Oct 1842 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  Achsah Fuller of town of Sheridan, widow

Court 27 Mar 1843, 3 apr 1843, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Achsah Fuller and John J. Eacker

Heirs and next of kin:  9 children: Clarissa P. Loomis wife of Brockholst L. Loomis of Hamilton, Madison Co., Miles B. Fuller, George Sherman Fuller, Anna Maria Fuller, Janette Fuller, Fayette Fuller, Roderick D. Fuller, Elijah H?N? Fuller, and Maria Lovisa Fuller of Sheridan except Roderick D. Fuller who has gone east to reside.  All minors except Miles B. and Anna Maria, who are over age 21.

Appraisers:  Stewart T. Christy and Franklin Roberts of Chautauqua County

 

p. 19, John A. Cammeron died 6 Jan 1843 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Harmony Cammeron of town of Ellicott, widow

Court 5 Apr 1843, 11 Apr 1843, value of estate $700, appointed administrator Harmony Cameron, William H. Fenton, and Rensselaer W. Kennedy

Heirs and next of kin:  Four children: Jane W. Cammeron, Winfield Scott Cammeron, Laura Kennedy Cammeron, John Emerson Cameron, all under age 21.

Appraisers:  Aaron Taylor and Samuel T. Hallock of Ellicott

 

p. 20, Samuel Weaver died 5 Feb 1843 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Morrison Weaver of town of Ellery, son

Court 12 Apr 1843, 19 Apr 1843, value of estate $2000, appointed administrator Morrison Weaver and John Weaver of Ellery, sons of deceased

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Hannah Weaver, two sons Morrison Weaver and John Weaver.

Appraisers:  None

 

p. 21, Cyrus Alden died in Nov 1842 in town of Shelburne, Franklin County, Massachusetts.

Petitioner:  Samuel Shepard of town of Stockton, creditor

Court 5 May 1843, 16 May 1843, value of estate $1500 in Chautauqua County, appointed Samuel Shepard administrator

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Laura Alden and 5 children all infants in Shelburne, Massachusetts.  William Alden and Armilla Lyon wife of Aaron Lyon, all of Chautauqua County.

Appraisers:  Philip Lazille and Obed Taylor, both of Stockton, Chautauqua County

 

p. 22,  Fenn C. Woodruff died 3 Apr 1843 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Roswell C. Nichols of Kirtland, Oneida, brother-in-law

Court 30 May 1843, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Roswell C. Nichols in right of his wife.

Heirs and next of kin:  Petitioner’s wife Mary Hungerford, sister of deceased.  Daughter Mary Woodruff, infant 10 years of age who resides in Buffalo.  Father Ava Woodruff 

Appraisers:  George C. Wood and Elisha Norton of Pomfret

 

p. 23, Samuel Brown, resident of Pomfret, died 24 Jun 1842 in town of Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County

Petitioner:  Thompson S. Brown, son

Court 11 Jul 1843, value of estate $400, appointed administrators Thompson S. Brown and Samuel Brown

Heirs and next of kin:  Thompson S. Brown of Pomfret and Samuel Brown of Dunkirk, sons.

Appraisers:  George A. French and Ezra Williams of Pomfret

 

p. 24, James White died 28 Apr 1843 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  James White of Sheridan, son

Court 6/13/24/29 Jul 1843, value of estate $250, appointed administrator James White and John J. Eacker

Heirs and next of kin:  Children James White, Daniel S. White, John White, William White, Martha Sloan wife of Jonathan Sloan, Sarah Weatherby wife of Oliver Weatherby, Mary Peebles wife of William F. Peegles Jr, Lucinda Baldwin wife of Isaac Baldwin.

Appraisers:  Stewart T. Christy and Justin Harrington

 

p. 25, James Kusler (Keesler?) of town of Chautauqua died 10 Dec 1843 in Chemung County

Petitioner:  George Irwin of town of Chautauqua, creditor

Court 30 Jun 1843, 16 Aug 1843, value of estate $450, appointed administrator George Irwin.

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Jane Kusler who left with another man about a year ago and whose residence is unknown.  Children Elizabeth age 12 and Nancy age 8 who reside with friends in Orange County.  The court appointed Rufus Gleason as special guardian to represent their interest in the proceedings.

Appraisers:  Ephraim Hammond and David Morris of town of Chautauqua

 

p. 26, Freeman Holbrook died 30 May 1843 in town of Poland

Petitioner:  Sylvia Holbrook of town of Poland, widow

Court 24 Aug 1843, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Sylvia Holbrook

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  Augustus F. Allen and Almond Allen

 

p. 27, Simon Burton died 8 Jun 1842 in town of Portland

Petitioner:  Hiram Burton of town of Portland, son

Court 29 Aug 1843, value of estate $25, appointed administrator Hiram Burton

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Margaret Burton

Appraisers:  Ebenezer Harris and Joseph E. Harris of Portland

 

p. 28, Ambrose Sears died 8 Aug 1843 in town of Ellington

Petitioner:  Alonzo Sears of town of Ellington presented petition from Ruth Sears, widow

Court 16 Sep 1843, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Ruth Sears

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  Jarvis B. Rice and Silas Wheeler of Ellington

 

p. 29, Stephen Oliver died19 Mar 1843 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Jane Oliver of town of Chautauqua, widow

Court 29 Aug 1843, 9 Sep 1843, 17 Nov 1843, value of estate $250, appointed administrator Jane Oliver and at her request, also William A. Mayborne, who is not entitled to letters of administration

Heirs and next of kin:  No children, no other relatives in the United States

Appraisers:  Benjamin Bloomer and Jabez Spencer of town of Chautauqua

 

p. 30, Asa Pierce died 10 Jan 1844 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Catharine Pierce of town of Pomfret, widow, requesting that letters of administration be granted to John Samson and David Barrell, creditors

Court 18 Jan 1844, value of estate $1500, appointed administrator John Samson and David Barrell

Heirs and next of kin:  One son, age 11.

Appraisers:  John Crane and Alvah H. Walker of town of Pomfret

 

p. 31, James Birch died Feb 1841 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Joshua Birch of town of Chautauqua, brother

Court 24/28 Mar 1842, 5 Mar 1844, value of estate $1050, appointed administrator Joshua Birch and Alfred Baker

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow or children.  Mother, another brother Telemachus Birch, and several sisters.

Appraisers:  Samuel Porter and Seth Starr of town of Chautauqua

 

p. 32, William Ely of Venango, Crawford County, Pennsylvania died 18 Sep 1843 in town of Venango, Pennsylvania.

Petitioner:  William Ely Junior of Venango, Crawford County, Pennsylvania

Court 13 Apr 1844, 17 Jun 1844, value of estate $800, appointed administrator William Ely Junior

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Polly Ely of Venango, who is incompetent to serve as administratrix on account of insanity.  Two sons William Ely Junior of Venango and Alvin Ely of Lyons, Wayne County, New York, one daughter Sally Hulet wife of William Hulet of Lyons, and Smith and Melvill Goodrich of Lyons, minor children of Elizabeth Goodrich daughter of the deceased.

Appraisers:  Robert B. Wilkins and Chauncey Winsor of Stockton

 

p. 33, William Willing died 24 Apr 1844 in town of Mina

Petitioner:  William Willing Second of town of Mina, son, who requested that William William Willing be joined with him in administering the estate

Court 22 May 1844, value of estate $1200, appointed administrator William Willing 2nd and William Willing.

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Jane Willing of Mina.  Children William William and Richard Willing of Mina.  Elizabeth Crosgrove wife of James Crosgrove of Westfield, Jane Oliver widow of Stephen Oliver of town of Chautauqua, Ann Bloomer wife of William Bloomer of Sherman, Alice Bloomer wife of Robert Bloomer of Mina, Eliza Laird wife of Hugh Laird of either Illinois or Wisconsin.  Also children Henry J. Willing and Elizabeth Ann Willing, children of Saml Willing Jr deceased, who reside in town of Chautauqua.  All are over 21 except Richard Willing, Henry J. Willing and Elizabeth Ann Willing.

Appraisers:  James Ottaway and Edward Buss of Mina

 

p. 34, Samuel Budlong, resident of Westfield, died 24 Apr 1844 in New Orleans, Louisiana

Petitioner:  Judiah E. Budlong of town of Carroll, brother of deceased and guardian of Adaline E. Budlong, daughter and only child of deceased, requesting that Alvin Plumb and Samuel Barrett be joined with him in administering the estate

Court 1 Jun 1844, value of estate $9000, appointed administrator Judiah E. Budlong, Alvin Plumb, and Samuel Barrett

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow or children except Adaline E. Budlong age 14.

Appraisers:  Charles Butler and Rufus Jones of Ellicott

 

p. 35, Alpheus Hawley died 5 May 1844 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Kezia Hawley of Ellicott, widow, John B. Hawley, and Alpheus F. Hawley

Court 3 Jun 1844, value of estate $7000, appointed administrator Kezia Hawley, John B. Hawley, and Alpheus F. Hawley

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Kezia Hawley.  Children Amos P. Hawley of New York City, Elizabeth L. Eddy wife of Hiram S. Eddy of Warren, Pennsylvania, John B. Hawley of Ellicott, Alpheus F. Hawley of Ellicott, Alexander Hawley of Ellicott, all over age 21 except Alexander Hawley. 

Appraisers:  Warren D. Shaw and Adolphus Fletcher of Ellicott

 

p. 36, William Smith died 19 Feb 1844 in town of Busti

Petitioner:  Polly Smith of Busti, widow

Court 10 Jun 1844, value of estate $400, appointed administrator Polly Smith

Heirs and next of kin:  9 children:  William Smith of Busti, Louisa Van Dyke wife of Owen Van Dyke of Milwaukee, Wisconsin Territory, Ruth Rathbun wife of John Rathbun, Mary H. Howe wife of William Howe, Catharine M. Stoddard wife of Orrin Stoddard, Sophia L. Smith and Sally Smith of Busti, Hiram Smith and Lyman Smith of Busti.  All are over 21 except Sophia L., Lyman, and Sally J. Smith who are under 21.

Appraisers:  Asahel Andrews and Emory Davis of Busti

 

p. 37, Rodolphus Simons died on or about 11 Apr 1844 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  Lucius Jones of Hanover

Court 21 Sep 1844, 25 Oct 1844, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Lucius Jones

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Hannah Simons, over age 21.  Children Stark Simons, Pitt? Simmons [sic] and Catharine Simmons [sic], all under age 21.

Appraisers:  John Morrison and David B. Parsons of Hanover

 

p. 38, Fernando C. Owen died 1 Nov 1844 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Tubal C. Owen of Hanover, brother, and Dorothy Owen of Hanover, widow

Court 15 Nov 1844, value of estate $2500, appointed administrator Tubal C. Owen and Dorothy Owen

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Dorothy Owen and two children, William W. Owen and Fernando C. Owen, both minors under age 21, who all reside in Hanover

Appraisers:  Luther Briggs and Moris Fuller of Hanover

 

p. 39, Charl [sic] Kinniston, resident of town of Carroll, died on or about 25 Jul 1844 in Warren County, Pennsylvania

Petitioner:  Charles Kinniston of Carroll, father

Court 13 Sep 1844, value of estate $100, appointed administrator Charles Kinniston

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow or children

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 40, Zilpha Cranston died Jun 1844 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Samuel Cranston of Sheridan, son

Court 21 Nov 1844, 11 Dec 1844, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Samuel Cranston

Heirs and next of kin:  No husband

Appraisers:  Benjamin Walworth and John J. Eacker

 

p. 41, Rufus Hitchcock of town of Ellington died in Jan 1844 in Territory of Wisconsin

Petitioner:  John P. Hadley of Cherry Creek, uncle

Court 13 Jan 1845, value of estate $50, appointed administrator John P. Hadley

Heirs and next of kin:  No wife or children.  Mother Reny? Stanley wife of Joseph Stanly [sic], stepfather of deceased, half-sister Lucy Stanley age 9, all of Randolph, Cattaraugus County.

Appraisers:  Charles A. Spencer and Isaac C. Brown of Cherry Creek

 

p. 42, Enoch Morgan of De Kalb County, Georgia died 11 Oct 1843 in De Kalb County, Georgia

Petitioner:  Sarah Morgan of Harmony, widow, late of De Kalb County, Georgia, requested that administration be granted to John D. Bates of Harmony

Court 15 Aug 1844, 2 Apr 1845, value of estate $450, appointed administrator

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Sarah Morgan.  Children:  Mary B. Morgan, Sarah L. Morgan, Enoch D. Morgan, all under age 21 and all residents of Chautauqua County.

Appraisers:  Abner Lewis and Ruben Davis of Harmony

 

p. 43, James Heath died on or about 7 Jan 1845 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Morgan L. Heath of Ellery, son, requested that administration be granted to Robert Lenox of town of Ellery

Court 25 Mar 1845, value of estate $1500, appointed administrator Robert Lenox

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Azuba Heath.  12 children:  Morgan L. Heath, Elizabeth Day wife of  Andrew Day, Isaac Heath, Ruth Ann Langford wife of  Edward Langford, Lydia Heath, Diana Heath, all over age 21 and all residing in Ellery except Isaac Heath who resides in Gerry.  Also Mary Heath, Laura Heath, Justin Heath, James Heath, Ebenezer Heath and Arvilla Heath, all under age 21 and residents of Ellery. 

Appraisers:  Jacob Peterson? and Ebenezer Dunton? of Ellery and Ellicott

 

p. 44, Hannah Williams died 3 Feb 1845 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Benjamin Hayward of Pomfret, son

Court 25 Apr 1845, value of estate $100, appointed administrator Benjamin Hayward

Heirs and next of kin:  No husband

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 45, Alsinus Palmer died 15 Dec 1844 in town of Arkwright

Petitioner:  Allithrow Palmer of Arkwright, widow

Court 4 Jun 1845, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Allithrow Palmer

Heirs and next of kin:  One child Alsinus Palmer about 4 months old

Appraisers:  Hanson A. Richy and Willard W. Brigham of Pomfret

 

p. 46, Dexter Stebbins died 1 Feb 1845 in town of Sherman

Petitioner:  Eliza Stebbins of Sherman, widow, requested that Moses Stebbins of Sherman be joned with her in administering the estate

Court 4 Jun 1845, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Eliza Stebbins and Moses Stebbins

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Eliza Stebbins

Appraisers:  John Farley and Sylvester Stearns of Sherman

 

p. 47, William Crossman died about 1 Mar 1844 in town of Portland

Petitioner:  William G. Woolcot of Portland, creditor

Court 26 May 1845, value of estate $100, appointed administrator William G. Woolcot

Heirs and next of kin:  Father Bradford G. Crossman of Portland.  No wife or children.

Appraisers:  Asa Andrews and Miner Showerman of Portland

 

p. 48, William H. Johnson died 6 May 1845 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Mary A. Johnson of Pomfret, widow

Court 14 Jul 1845, value of estate $800, appointed administrator Mary A. Johnson

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  Charles F. Mattison and Ebenezer A. Lester of Pomfret

 

p. 49, Rachel Peacock died 12 Feb 1845 in town of Westfield

Petitioner:  Thomas R. Peacock of Westfield, husband

Court 14 Jul 1845, value of estate $1300, appointed administrator Thomas R. Peacock

Heirs and next of kin:  Husband Thomas R. Peacock, one child Frederick McKenzie Peacock who is under age 2.

Appraisers:  William W. Hawkins and Henry P. Whallon

 

p. 50, William J. Case died 3 Feb 1845 in town of Portland

Petitioner:  Olive C. Case of Portland, widow

Court 16 Jul 1845, value of estate $200, appointed administrator Olive C. Case and William Case.

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Olive C. Case.  No children. Widow requested that William Case be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 51, Moses Aldrich died 18 Jun 1845 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Martha W. Aldrich of Ellery, widow

Court 8 Jul 1845, value of estate not given, appointed administrator Martha W. Aldrich and Elias Clark

Heirs and next of kin:  No children.  Widow requests that Elias Clark of Ellery be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Minot Hoyt and William Vorce of Ellery

 

p. 52, John Hiller died 11 Oct 1845 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Benjamin Hiller of Hanover, son

Court 15 Nov 1845, 15 Dec 1845, value of estate $900?, appointed administrator Benjamin Hiller

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Maria Hiller of Hanover.  8 children, all over age 21:  Elizabeth Hiller, Catharine Hiller, John J. Hiller, Nicholas Hiller, all of Hanover.  Jacob Hiller of Pike?, Alleghany County, New York.  Richard Hiller of Carlin, Schoharie County, New York.  Polly Ottman wife of William Ottman of Onandaga, New York. 

Appraisers:  James Kirkland? and Rodney B. Smith

 

p. 53, Elias Button died on or about 5? Feb 1842 in town of Clymer

Petitioner:  Simeon Moore of Villenova requested that letters of administration be granted to  Zenas Farrington and Lorenzo D. Button, sons in law

Court 22 Sep 1845, 27 Oct 1845, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Zenas Farrington and Lorenzo D. Button

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Sally Button.  Daughters Eliza Moon wife of James Moon, Lauretta Thompson wife of Luman? Thompson, Mary E. wife of Lorenzo D. Button, Cyntha Hillard wife of Schuyler Hillard, Matilda Bowers wife of Isaac Bowers, all of Chautauqua County except Matilda Bowers who resides in Illinois

Appraisers:  Ebenezer H. Morris and Judson Hurlburt of Clymer

 

p. 54, Ellis W. Doty died on or about 25 Dec 1845 in town of Carroll

Petitioner:  Julius Alvord of Carroll, general guardian of minor children of deceased, who requested that Erastus C. Hall of Carroll be joined with him in administering the estate

Court 26 Dec 1845, value of estate $370, appointed administrator Julius Alvord and Erastus C. Hall

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow.  Children Francis Doty and Samuel F. Doty, both minors.

Appraisers:  Ja? P? and Elijah Braley of Carroll

 

p. 55, Eleazer Hills died 6 Sep 1845 in town of Ripley

Petitioner:  Philander Hills of Ripley requested that letters of administration be granted to Jeremiah Mann and George Goodrich of Ripley

Court 22 Sep 1845, value of estate $700, appointed administrator Jeremiah Mann and George Goodrich

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Betsey Hills of Ripley.  Sons Christopher Hills, Benjamin Hills, Robert Hills, all of Ripley.  Children Sianey? Hills and Caroline Wells wife of Solomon Wells of township of North East, Erie County, Pennsylvania, and Jane Hayden of Branch County, Michigan, all over age 21.  Widow and all children and Matthew P. Bemus, treasurer of Chautauqua County, all renounced their right to letters of administration.

Appraisers:  Harvey Hall and Angel Winsor

 

p. 56, John K. Cowing died 18 Nov 1845 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Sedate? F. Cowing of Ellicott, widow

Court 6 Feb 1846, value of estate $1400, appointed administrator Sedate? F. Cowing

Heirs and next of kin:  Two children under age 21:  Rufus Billings Cowing and Kirkland Merton Cowing who reside in Ellicott

Appraisers:  William H. Fenton and Nehemiah Herrick of Ellicott

 

p. 57, Solomon Skinner died in town of Sherman, date not given

Petitioner:  Candace Skinner of Sherman

Court 5 Jan 1846, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Candace Skinner, Platt S. Osborne, and Charles Ross

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Candace Skinner requested that Platt S. Osborne and Charles Ross of Sherman be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Elijah Miller and Otis Skinner

 

p. 58, Amos Squires died 9 Jan 1846 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Samuel Caldwell of Portland, guardian of minor child

Court 1 Apr 1846, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Samuel Caldwell

Heirs and next of kin:  Joseph Squires, an infant and the only child and heir.  No widow.

Appraisers:  Seth W. Holms of Chautauqua

 

p. 59, Wilson Andrews died 13 Jan 1846 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Melinda Andrews of Chautauqua, widow

Court 3 Apr 1846, value of estate $450, appointed administrator Melinda Andrews and Asa Andrews

Heirs and next of kin:  Children William L. Andrews of Marengo, McHenry County, Illinois, Joseph M. Andrews, Philinda Bigelow wife of James Bigelow of Chautauqua County, all over age 21.  Children Ann Andrews, Charles Andrews, Lewis Andrews, Lucy Andrews, Walter W. Andrews, Henry F. Andrews, all under age 21 and residents of Chautauqua County.  Widow Melinda Andrews requested that Asa Andrews be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Samuel Munson and Hiram Fish

 

p. 60, Lewis A. Sprague died 1 Dec 1844 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Roxalana M. Sprague of Pomfret, widow

Court 2 Mar 1846, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Roxalana M. Sprague

Heirs and next of kin:  One child Lewis Sprague of Pomfret, under age 21

Appraisers:  Wilson Gorham and Henry Fowler of Pomfret

 

p. 61, Robert Love died on or about 20 Feb 1846 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Levi Love of Hanover, son

Court 6 Mar 1846, value of estate $40, appointed administrator Levi Love

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 62, Elias Clark died 3 Aug 1845 in town of Villenova

Petitioner:  Jesse Jay of Villenova, son-in-law

Court 15 Oct 1845, value of estate $36, appointed administrator Jesse Jay

Heirs and next of kin:  Petitioner said that his wife is the only next of kin residing in Chautauqua County.  Application is for the purpose of obtaining a balance of pension money due the deceased.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 63, Lucy Cole died 26 Nov 1845 in town of Arkwright

Petitioner:  Amos Cole of Arkwright, son

Court 17 Sep 1845, value of estate consists principally of the balance of a pension of about $28, appointed administrator Amos Cole

Heirs and next of kin:  Petitioner who is a son of the deceased desires letters of administration for the purpose of procuring the pension money.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 64, Stephen S. Carroll died 1 Dec 1845 in town of Carroll

Petitioner:  David S. Carroll of Carroll, son, requested that letters of administration be granted to Mary Carroll, widow

Court 28 May 1846, value of estate $125, appointed administrator Mary Carroll

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  Thomas H. Fenton? (Hinton?) and Otis Alvord

 

p. 65, Joshua Day died on or about 15 Oct 1845 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Lewis D. Taft of Ellicott, brother-in-law

Court 11 May 1846, value of estate $650, appointed administrator Lewis D. Taft

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow.  Children:  Lewis D. Day, William W. Day, Belinda Day, and George Day who all reside in Ellicott and are all infants under age 14.

Appraisers:  Joseph Whit? and Phineas Palmiter Jr. of Ellicott

 

p. 66, Daniel Gould died 19 Mar 1846 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Newell Gould of Sheridan, brother

Court 30 Jun 1846, value of estate $400, appointed administrator Newell Gould

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Phebe Gould.  Children:  Diantha Briggs wife of Carey Briggs, Caroline Gould, Nancy Gould, Phebe Ann Gould, Lorin Gould, Avery R. Gould, all residents of Chautauqua County, all over age 21 except Nancy, Phebe Ann, Lorin, and Avery.  Widow and father of deceased renounced their rights of administration.

Appraisers:  Ezra Corbin and Daniel B. Parsons of Hanover

 

p. 67, John J. Howard late of Kalamazoo, Michigan died 1 Sep 1838 in Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan

Petitioner:  Myrtle Wattles of Buffalo, Erie County, nephew

Court 18 May 1846, value of estate $235, appointed administrator Myrtle Wattles

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow.  Children:  Helen Howard, ? Howard, Walter Howard and Emily Howard of Portage, Kalamazoo County, Michigan.  Father John E. Howard, mother Lydia Howard, also of Portage.  Brothers Stephen Howard and Roceter? Howard and sisters Lydia Howard, Betsey Howard, Trudy Wattles, all of Portage.  Citation to be issued to next of kin to appear 22 Jul 1846 at inn of Jonathan Keith in Silver Creek to show cause why letters of administration should not be granted to petitioner.  On that date, Myrtle Wattles appeared with written renunciation of Mathew P. Bemus, treasurer of Chautauqua County, renouncing his right to letters of administration.

Appraisers:  Austin Clark and Manly Griswold of Hanover

 

p. 68, Thomas Chapman died 10 Jul 1846 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  Anna Chapman of Sheridan, widow

Court 13 Aug 1846, value of estate $600, appointed administrator Anna Chapman and Hiram Chapman

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Anna Chapman requested that Hiram Chapman, son of deceased, be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Buel Tolls and Jonathan S. Patterson

 

p. 69, Parker Gage died 1 Aug 1846 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Caroline Gage of Hanover, widow

Court 13 Aug 1846, value of estate $700, appointed administrator Caroline Gage

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  Theron Sackett and Sullivan Howard

 

p. 70, James Hall died 21 Aug 1846 in town of Carroll

Petitioner:  Maria Hall of Carroll, widow

Court 11 Sep 1846, value of estate $12,000, appointed administrator Maria Hall, Lewis Hall, and Benjamin T. Morgan

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Lewis Hall, Abigail P. Morgan wife of Benjamin T. Morgan, Elial F. Hall, Erie Hall, Mary Maria Hall, and James Hall, all of Carroll.  Elial F., Erie, Mary Maria, and James are under age 21.  Widow Maria requested that Lewis Hall and Benjamin T. Morgan be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  James Carey and Charles Spencer of Carroll

 

p. 71, Warren Corey died 31 May 1840 in town of Westfield

Petitioner:  Charles Corey of Westfield, brother

Court 17 Nov 1846, value of estate $30, appointed administrator Charles Corey

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow or children.  Father John S. Corey of Westfield.

Appraisers:  Thomas Hill and Ira Button of Westfield

 

p. 72, Aaron Martin died Feb 1842 in town of Busti

Petitioner:  William Martin of Busti, son

Court 9 Nov 1846, 23 Nov 1846, value of estate $200, appointed administrator William Martin.

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow.  Heirs:  The petitioner, George Martin of Busti, Jane Davis wife of James Davis of township of Brokenstraw, Warren County, Pennsylvania, James Martin who resides near Paddock, Kentucky, “Mary Martin a daughter of Isaac Martin of the same place,” all over age 21.  “There are also five or six children of Wells Andrews whose wife now deceased was the daughter of the said Isaac Martin who are supposed to be under 21 years & whose Christian names & residences are unknown.”

Appraisers:  James Giddings and John B. Babcock of Busti

 

p. 73, Elijah Risley died 11 Jan 1839 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Hanson A. Risley of Pomfret, grandson

Court 7 Dec 1846, value of estate $250, appointed administrator Hanson A. Risley

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow.  Children:  Elijah Risley, William Risley, Levi Risley, Fanny Brigham wife of James Brigham, all of Chautauqua County, all over age 21

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 74, Daniel Young died 3 Oct 1846 in town of Harmony

Petitioner:  Jane Young of Harmony, widow

Court 25 Jan 1847, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Jane Young and Daniel Loomis

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Alexander Young, Albert Young, Lorena Young, Mary F. Young, all of Harmony, all under age 21.  The widow requested that Daniel Loomis of Harmony be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Daniel Williams and Amos H. Holiday of Harmony and Ellery

 

p. 75, Reuben Nash died 14 Jul 1846 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Orson Stiles of Hanover, not related

Court , value of estate $125, appointed administrator Orson Stiles

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Louis? Nash and one child in town of Hanover.  Children:  Levi Nash of Hanover, Elizabeth Watson of Tioga County, Pennsylvania, Abigail Ladd of Rutland County, Pennsylvania.  Louis Nash and Levi Nash who are entitled to letters of administration have consented that Orson Stiles be appointed administrator.

Appraisers:  Rodney B. Smith and Hiram Kent of Hanover

 

p. 76, Darius Sumner died 16 Jun 1845 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Desire Sumner of Ellery, widow

Court 22 Feb 1847, value of estate $900 appointed administrator Desire Sumner, William M. Sumner, and Franklin Leet

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Desire Sumner requested that William M. Sumner and Franklin Leet be joined with her in administering the estate

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 77, Adam Ocobock died 2 Aug 1846 in town of Ellington

Petitioner:  Addison H. Phillips of Randolph, Cattaraugus County, creditor

Court 30 Dec 1846, 23 Jan 1847, 17 Mar 1847, value of estate $200, appointed administrator Susan Ocobock and George Shelters

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Susan Ocobock

Appraisers:  Andrew P. White and Russell Newton of Ellington

 

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p. 79, Abraham Hazeltine died 25 Apr 1847 in town of Busti

Petitioner:  Jane Hazeltine of Busti, widow

Court 4 May 1847, value of estate $800, appointed administrator Jane Hazeltine and Edwin Hazeltine

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Thomas, Daniel, Louisa, William, Dexter, and Lewis Hazeltine, all of Busti and all under the age of 21.  The widow requested that Edwin Hazeltine of Busti be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Emri Davis and John J. Gill of Busti

 

p. 80, Job Barker of Rock County, Wisconsin died on or about Oct 1846  in Rock County, Wisconsin

Petitioner:  Abner Hazeltine of Ellicott, not related

Court 10 May 1847, value of estate $1500 in New York, appointed administrator Abner Hazeltine

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Jane Barker and several children who all reside in Rock County, Wisconsin.  No heirs or kin in New York.  Widow Jane Barker requested that Abner Hazeltine be appointed administrator.  William Gifford, treasurer of Chautauqua County, renounced his right to letters of administration.

Appraisers:  Daniel Sherman and Franklin H. Waite of Ellicott

 

p. 81, Henry J. Shaver died 3 Nov 1846 in town of Ripley

Petitioner:  David Shaver of Ripley, son, requested that Jeremiah Mann be granted letters of administration

Court 18 May 1847, value of estate $800, appointed administrator Jeremiah Mann

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Lois Shaver and all heirs over age 21 consented to Jeremiah Mann being appointed administrator

Appraisers:  Benjamin F. Baird and Charles B. Brockway of Ripley

 

p. 82, Lemuel Thayer died 24 May 1847 in town of Portland

Petitioner:  Charlotte Thayer of Portland, widow, requested that Lemi Bartholomew and James Johnson be joined with her in administering the estate

Court 7 Jun 1847, value of estate $3000, appointed administrator Charlotte Thayer, Lemi Bartholomew, and James Johnson

Heirs and next of kin:  Children Julia, Caroline, Francis, and Martin Thayer, all under age 21 and residents of Portland

Appraisers:  Martin Quigley and Zalmon Goodsell of Portland

 

p. 83, David Fisk died 9 Nov 1846 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  Orville Pattison of Sheridan, brother-in-law

Court 12 Jun 1847, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Orville Pattison and Belva Fisk

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Belva Fisk.  No children or descendants of children.  Widow requested that Orville Pattison be joined with her in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Elias Cooley and Rufus Johnson of Hanover

 

p. 84, Abram Gifford died in Apr 1846 in town of Harmony

Petitioner:  Gideon Gifford of Busti, next of kin

Court 1 Jul 1847, value of estate $250, appointed administrator Gideon Gifford

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Margaret Gifford.  Children:  Erastus Gifford, Maria Gifford, Augustus Gifford, Edward Gifford, and Abram Gifford, all under age 21 and residents of Harmony.  Widow requested that Gideon Gifford be appointed administrator.

Appraisers:  Porter Durham and David Scribner

 

p. 85, Levi Sage died 7 Jul 1847 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Mary E. Sage of Pomfret, widow, requested that Allen Hinckley of Pomfret be joined with her in administering the estate

Court 20 Jul 1847, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Mary E. Sage and Allen Hinckley

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  David J. Mattison and Salmon? Hart of Pomfret

 

p. 86, Austin Giles died in town of

Petitioner:  Caroline Giles of Sheridan, widow, requested that Alanson Herriman of Sheridan be joined with her in administering the estate.

Court 6 Aug 1847, value of estate $350, appointed administrator Caroline Giles and Alanson Herriman

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Austin Giles and Abel Giles, both infants and residents of Sheridan

Appraisers:  David Pattison and John J. Eacker of Sheridan

 

p. 87, Porter S. Benjamin died 12 Jul 1847 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Sally Benjamin of Pomfret, widow, requested that Henry B. Benjamin be associated with her in administering the estate

Court 29 Jul 1847, value of estate $700, appointed administrator Sally Benjamin and Henry B. Benjamin

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  Elish [sic] Norton and Jonas Litch of Pomfret

 

p. 88, William R. Rogers died 27 Aug 1847 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Llywelyn? A. Rogers of Ellicott, son

Court 29 Sep 1847, value of estate $2000, appointed administrator Llywelyn A. Rogers, William H. Fenton, and William M. Eady

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Sophronia A. [sic] Rogers.  Children:  George D. Rogers, Llywelyn? A.Rogers, Henry Rogers, Lucy Rogers, William R. Rogers, Harriet Rogers, and Lucius Rogers, of whom George and Llywelyn are over age 21 and the other children are under age 21. Sophronia W. [sic] Rogers having renounced her right to letters of administration, Llywelyn Rogers requests that William H. Fenton and William M. Eady be joined with him in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Albert Jones and Ellick Jones of Ellicott

 

p. 89, Samuel Minegar of Westfield died 22 May 1838 in Ashtabula, Ohio

Petitioner:  Mary Minegar of Westfield, widow

Court 27 Jan 1848, 21 Feb 1848, value of estate not given, appointed administrator Mary Minegar

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 90, Low Minegar died 20 Feb 1848 in town of Westfield

Petitioner:  William Minegar of Westfield, son, consented that George Hall of Westfield be joined with him in administering the estate

Court 31 May 1848, value of estate $2000, appointed administrator William Minegar and George Hall

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Martha Minegar

Appraisers:  William W. Cowden and John D. Patterson of Westfield

 

p. 91, John J. Gill died 6 May 1848 in town of Busti

Petitioner:  Giles T. Gill of Busti, son

Court 20 Jun 1848, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Giles T. Gill

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Lucretia Gill

Appraisers:  Emry Davis of Busti

 

p. 92, Henry B. Hedges died 24 Jun 1848 in town of Charlotte

Petitioner:  Laura Ann Hedges of Charlotte, widow

Court 28 Jun 1848, value of estate $3000, appointed administrator Laura Ann Hedges and Albert Richmond

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow consented that Albert Richmond be joined with her in administering the estate

Appraisers:  John M. Edson and Isaac Newton of Charlotte

 

p. 93, Thankful Cleland died 19 Jan 1847 in town of Stockton

Petitioner:  Nathan Cleland of Charlotte, son

Court 26 Jul 1847, 20 Sep 1847, value of estate $32, appointed administrator Nathan Cleland

Heirs and next of kin:  Children John Cleland and Samuel Cleland, both of Charlotte and both over age 21

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 94, Luther L. Ames died 6 Aug 1847 in town of Cherry Creek

Petitioner:  Lawrence E. Shattuck of Cherry Creek, brother-in-law

Court 25 Sep 1847, value of estate $200, appointed administrator Lawrence E. Shattuck

Heirs and next of kin:  Petitioner is also guardian of Luther N. Ames, Don E. Ames, and Franklin D. Ames, minor children of deceased.  Next of kin to the deceased are Amos A. Ames over 21 residence unknown, Luther N. Ames, Don E. Ames and Franklin D. Ames of Cherry Creek who are minors over the age of 14, and Augustus Ames, Anna A. Ames, Susan Ames, Roby? Ames, and Lydia Ames, minor children under age 14.

Appraisers:  Lawrence James and William Green of Cherry Creek.

 

p. 95, James Ross of Chautauqua County died 11 Aug 1847 near Sandusky City, Ohio

Petitioner:  Eleanor Ross, widow

Court 1 Nov 1847, value of estate $150, appointed administrator Eleanor Ross

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Eleanor Ross

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 96, Anthony Bushee died 6 Nov 1847 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Braton? Bushee, son

Court 3 Dec 1847, value of estate $800, appointed administrator Braton Bushee

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow survives.  Petitioner is son of deceased.

Appraisers:  Enoch Haskins and George Kirtland of Sheridan and Hanover

 

p. 97, Hiram A. Haight died 17 Nov 1847 in town of Westfield

Petitioner:  Eunice Haight of Westfield, widow, represented by attorney Austin Smith

Court 3 Jan 1848, value of estate $600, appointed administrator Eunice Haight

Heirs and next of kin:  Two children Volusia A. Haight and Viola C. Haight, both minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Alvin Plumb and Joshua R. Babcock of Westfield

 

p. 98, Charles E. Pierce of Westfield died 9 Jan 1848 in town of Bellevue, Huron County, Ohio

Petitioner:  Sally Pierce, widow, requested that Russell Sunderlin be joined with her in administering the estate

Court 21 Jan 1848, value of estate $650, appointed administrator Sally Pierce and Russell Sunderlin

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  Harris Munson and Solomon Northom of Westfield

 

p. 99, David G. Clark died in the middle of August 1847 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Jane Clark of Westfield, widow

Court 17 Feb 1848, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Jane Clark

Heirs and next of kin:  Alfred Clark, Phebe M. Clark, Therells Clark, Lyman Clark, Philo Clark, Edgar Clark, and Elizabeth Clark, all minor children of town of Chautauqua

Appraisers:  William Forslen? and David G. Spencer of town of Chautauqua

 

p. 100, Harwood Boyden died 2 Feb 1848 in town of Ellington

Petitioner:  Jeremiah Ellsworth of Ellington, relationship not given, with written request from Roxada Boyden that he be joined with her in administering the estate

Court 11 Feb 1848, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Roxada Boyden and Jeremiah Ellsworth

Heirs and next of kin:  Children entitled to the estate:  Lyman Boyden of full age and “seven other minors, whose names are not known to the said petitioner”

Appraisers:  Asa Brown and Jeremiah Baldwin of Ellington

 

p. 101, Reuben Munger died 22 Jul 1848 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Lorinda Munger, widow, requesting that Emory F. Warren of Chautauqua County be joined with her in administering the estate

Court 1 Aug 1848, value of estate $9000, appointed administrator Lorinda Munger and Emory F. Warren

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  David Sackett and Chauncey Warren of Stockton

 

p. 102, Mark Steere died in 1847 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Orrin Porter of town of Chautauqua in right of his wife, requesting that Lydia Steere be associated with him in administering the estate.

Court 4 Sep 1848, value of estate $1500, appointed administrator Orrin Porter and Lydia Steere

Heirs and next of kin:  No widow.  Daughters, all of full age:  Lydia Steere, Harriet Cook wife of Peyton R. Cook, Sarah Ann Porter wife of petitioner, Julia Steere, all residents of Chautauqua.  Also Betsey Steere of Norwich, Chenango County, Mary Farnham wife of John P. Farnham of Archibold, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, and Eunice St. Amand wife of Augustus St. Amand of Flint, Genessee County, Michigan.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 103, Preserved J. Corbin died on or about 9 Aug 1848 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Jane A. Corbin of Hanover, widow, consenting that W. T. Willson be joined with her in administering the estate

Court 27 Sep 1848, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Jane A. Corbin and W. Thomas Willson

Heirs and next of kin:  Minor children, all under age 21:  Lucina Jane Corbin, Mary Almina Corbin, Dorcas Corbin, Wilber Fisk Corbin, Edwin Ezra Corbin, Annis Jane Corbin

Appraisers:  Milton Webster and Thomas G. Ellis of Hanover

 

p. 104, Joseph Kenyon died 14 Oct 1847 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Rufus Jones of Ellicott, not related to deceased, Mary S. Kenyon, widow of deceased, and Horace Allen

Court 4 Nov 1847, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Mary S. Kenyon, Rufus Jones, and Horace Allen

Heirs and next of kin:  Mary S. Kenyon, widow.  Son Lorenzo M. Kenyon of full age.  Minor children Darwin Kenyon over age 14, Caroline Kenyon and Mary A. Kenyon both under age 14.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 105, Abner H. Allen died in June 1848 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Augustus F. Allen of Ellicott, brother

Court 3 Jul 1848, value of estate $10,000, appointed administrator Augustus F. Allen and Lewis D. Taft

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Pauline Allen and son Elisha Allen under age 21, both of Ellicott.  Petitioner is general guardian of Elisha.  Petitioner consented that Lewis D. Taft of Jamestown be joined with him in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Samuel Barrett and Charles Butler of Ellicott

 

p. 106, Waterman Ellsworth died 6 Jan 1849 in town of Stockton

Petitioner:  Stukely Ellsworth of Stockton, son

Court 15 Jan 1849, value of estate $1500, appointed administrator Stukely Ellsworth

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Sarah S. Ellsworth of Stockton.  Minor children Hazelus? Ellsworth, Franklin Ellsworth, Clay W. P. Ellsworth, Henry M. Ellsworth, and Stukely Ellsworth.

Appraisers:  Chauncy Warren and Jason Crissey of Stockton

 

p. 107, Hiram Young died 2 Jul 1848 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Sally Young of Chautauqua, widow

Court 26 Dec 1848, value of estate $450, appointed administrator Sally Young and Willard Wood

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Sally Young consented that Willard Wood of town of Chautauqua be joined with her in administering the estate.  Heirs and next of kin:  Minor children Hiram A. Young and Clark H. Young of Chautauqua, both under age 21.

Appraisers:  George Vandervoort and Thomas Cook of Ellery

 

p. 108, John Mitchell died 19 Apr 1845 in town of Carroll

Petitioner:  Charles Mitchell of Ellicott, son

Court 12 Mar 1849, value of estate $450, appointed administrator Charles Mitchell and Benjamin T. Morgan

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow has since died.  Children:  Petitioner Charles Mitchell of Ellicott, Mary Jane Bennett wife of William H. Bennett of Carroll, and Lois D. Mitchell of Carroll, all of full age.  Desdemona Harper wife of William Harper 2nd.  John Mitchell, Lydia Mitchell, and Ortensia? Mitchell all under age 21.  Petitioner consented that Benjamin T. Morgan of Carroll be joined with him in administering the estate.

Appraisers:  Charles Russell and Sherman Garfield

 

p. 109, Barney Arnold died 25 Oct 1848 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Mary Arnold of Ellery, widow

Court 14 May 1849, value of estate $200, appointed administrator Mary Arnold

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Alphonzo A. Arnold of full age, Mary Jane Haviland wife of Chapman B. Haviland, Henry Arnold, Nahum Arnold, Aaron Arnold, minors under age 21, and William Franklin Arnold of Jamestown under age 21.

Appraisers:  Orrin Hale and Amos Wood of Ellery

 

p. 110, Gilead H. Bedient of Ellicott died 11 May 1849 in Cincinnati, Ohio

Petitioner:  Eunice Bedient of Ellicott, widow

Court 21 May 1849, value of estate $2770, appointed administrator Eunice Bedient, Ira S. Bedient, and Wesley Bedient

Heirs and next of kin:  Austin C. Bedient, Amos H. Bedient of Cattaraugus County, Ira S. Bedient, Harriet Williams wife of Martin Williams of Gerry, Chautauqua County, David B. Bedient of East Troy, Walworth County, Wisconsin, Wesley Bedient of Ellicott, Matilda Bedient of Franklin, Delaware County, New York, all of full age, and Irwin Bedient and Franklin Bedient, minors under age 21.  Petitioner consented that Ira Bedient and Wesley Bedient be joined with her as administrators.

Appraisers:  Sidney E. Palmer and Anson Chamberlain

 

p. 111, Eliakim Thatcher died 14 Jan 1849 in town of Arkwright

Petitioner:  Orestes Thatcher of Arkwright, son

Court 25 Oct 1848, value of estate $50, appointed administrator Orestes Thatcher

Heirs and next of kin:  Chester Thatcher of Walworth, Wayne County and Charles Thatcher of Marion, Wayne County, New York, of full age

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 112, Eber Maltby died about 23 Oct 1848 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Hannah Maltby of Pomfret, widow, consented that Philip S. Cottle of Pomfret be joined with her as administrator

Court 27 Oct 1848, value of estate $200, appointed administrator Hannah Maltby and Philip S. Cottle

Heirs and next of kin:  Father of deceased Luther Maltby of Arkwright

Appraisers:  Nelson Gorham and Joseph B. Hull

 

p. 113, William Smith died 29 Apr 1849 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Orrela Smith of Ellery, widow, requesting that William Smith and Asahel M. Smith be joined with her as administrators

Court 12 May 1849, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Orrela Smith, William Smith, and Asahel M. Smith

Heirs and next of kin:  Rachel Denison wife of Nathan Denison, Edgar Smith, Nabby Newberry wife of Gerrit Newberry, Elsie Harris wife of Joseph Harris, William Smith, Nathaniel F. Smith, Asahel M. Smith, and Asa T. Smith, all of full age of Chautauqua County, and Polly Lee wife of William Lee whose residence is unknown.

Appraisers:  Thomas Parker and William Vorce of Ellery

 

p. 114, Reuben Jones died about 29 Jan 1849 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Lovice Jones of town of Chautauqua, widow, consented that Harry G. Turner be joined with her in administration

Court 29 May 1849, value of estate $800, appointed administrator Lovice Jones and Harry G. Turner

Heirs and next of kin:  Children Lucinda Curtis wife of David H. Curtis of town of Chautauqua, Lewis Jones of Ellery of full age, Mary J. Jones and William Jones minors under age 21 of town of Chautauqua

Appraisers:  Ezra Godard and Nelson Van Ness

 

p. 115, Sabra Willcox died on or about 20 Jan 1849 in town of Busti

Petitioner:  Ephraim Willcox of Busti, son

Court , value of estate $85, appointed administrator Ephraim Willcox

Heirs and next of kin:  Children Eunice Steward of Harmony, Laura Akins wife of Edward Akins of Carroll, Roxania Russell wife of Adin Russell of Eric County, Pennsylvania, all of full age.  “Other following named children of Stephen Willcox; Abel Willcox, and Alfred Willcox deceased, sons of the said deceased, viz. Henry Willcox, John Willcox, George Willcox, Abel Willcox, Elial T. Willcox, Stephen Willcox, Jane Willcox, Malvina Willcox, Abel Willcox, Elsana Willcox, Napoleon Willcox, Atalanta Willcox, all of full age, Rodney H. Willcox, Marvin B. Willcox, Marshall H. Willcox, Whitman Willcox, and Charles Willcox, minors under the age of twenty-one.”

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 116, Eli D. Pendleton died on or about 16 Feb 1849 in town of Ellington

Petitioner:  Laura C. Pendleton of Ellington, widow

Court 5 Jun 1849, value of estate $600, appointed administrator Laura C. Pendleton and Russell B. Clark

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow consented that Russell B. Clark of Ellington be joined with her as administrator.  William Pendleton, Alonzo Pendleton, Caroline Bentley wife of Benjamin Bentley, Laura King wife of Benjamin King, all of full age, and Melinda Pendleton and Harriet Pendleton, minors under age 21.

Appraisers:  Philip M. Smith and Robert James of Ellington

 

p. 117, Samuel Convis died on or about 17 Apr 1849 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Anna Convis of Hanover, widow, consented that Jonathan S. Pattison be joined with her in administration

Court 6 Jun 1849, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Anna Convis and Jonathan S. Pattison

Heirs and next of kin:  Samuel Convis of Battle Creek, Michigan, Sally Kirtland wife of George Kirtland of Perrysburgh, Cattaraugus County, and the children of Lucy Bucher? Becker? Bushee? deceased, also the children of Ezra and David Convis deceased and Lovisa Howard, deceased children of the deceased.

Appraisers:  Adolphus F. Morrison and Daniel B. Parsons of Hanover

 

p. 118, Loring Sherman died 20 Apr 1849 in town of Carroll

Petitioner:  Thankful M. Sherman, widow

Court 21 Jun 1849, value of estate $400, appointed administrator Thankful M. Sherman

Heirs and next of kin:  None named

Appraisers:  Benjamin Jones and Charles Russell of Carroll

 

p. 119, John B. Christy died on or about 15 Jun 1849 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Adeline [sic] Christy of Hanover, widow

Court 21 Aug 1849, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Adaline [sic] Christy

Heirs and next of kin:  Benjamin Christy, son and minor under age 21

Appraisers:  Sullivan Gage and Samuel S. Smith

 

p. 120, Alexander Brown died on or about 13 May 1849 in town of Ellicott

Petitioner:  Lucy Brown of Ellicott, widow

Court 27 Aug 1849, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Lucy Brown and William H. Hall

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow consented that William H. Hall be joined with her in administration.  Children:  Lorenzo W. Brown, Henry R. Brown, Samuel H. Brown, all of Ellicott.  Minor children:  Abagail S. Brown, Alexander S. Brown, Almond Brown, Ann Brown, George W. Brown, and Sarah M. Brown, all of Ellicott

Appraisers:  Henry Strunk and Samuel Whittemore of Ellicott

 

p. 121, Ralph Atkinson died 31 Jul 1849 in town of Ripley

Petitioner:  Isabel M. Atkinson of Ripley, widow

Court 17 Sep 1849, value of estate $370, appointed administrator Isabel M. Atkinson

Heirs and next of kin:  Children all minors under age 21 and residents of Ripley:  John S. Atkinson, James W. Atkinson, George R. Atkinson, and Mary M. Atkinson.

Appraisers:  Henry Adams and Stephen Allen of Ripley

 

p. 122, George L. Barrett died 1 Sep 1849 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Charles F. Matteson of Pomfret, guardian

Court 8 Oct 1849, value of estate $3000, appointed administrator Charles F. Matteson

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Ellen Barret, resident of Fredonia.  Emily Barret, sister.  Mother Elizabeth Hunt of Fredonia.

Appraisers:  Daniel W. Douglass and Alvah H. Walker of Pomfret

 

p. 123, Pardon Tripp died 23 Apr 1849 in town of Ripley

Petitioner:  Margarett Tripp of Ripley, widow

Court 9 Oct 1849, value of estate $750, appointed administrator Margarett Tripp

Heirs and next of kin:  Children all minors under age 21 and residents of Ripley:  James Tripp, George Tripp, Abby Tripp, Jane Tripp, Samuel Tripp, William Henry Harrison Tripp, Mary Tripp, and Harriet Tripp

Appraisers:  Smith and James Ottoway of Ripley

 

p. 124, David B. Granger, resident of Portland, died 26 Jun 1849 in Buffalo, Erie County

Petitioner:  Martha Granger of Portland, widow

Court 15 Oct 1849, value of estate $190, appointed administrator Martha Granger

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Magan L. Granger, Martha C. Bowdish wife of David P. Bowdish of Portland, Jane Hill wife of Thomas H. Hill of town of Chautauqua, Samuel M. Granger of Westfield, David Granger, Laura Odell wife of Joseph Odell, Louisa Thompson wife of Thomas D. Thompson, Lucy Corelle wife of Abram Borelle, Hariett Granger, Lorice? Tisdale wife of Lovia? W. Tisdale, all of Portland, Juliet Davis wife of William Davis of town of Chautauqua, all of full age.  Also Mary Ann Granger, Margarett Fellows wife of Charles Fellows, Alice Granger, and Prudence Granger, all minors under age 21 of Portland

Appraisers:  Nehemiah Duran and Samuel Munson of Portland

 

p. 125, Chauncey Lamphere died 1 Feb 1848 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Sarah E. Lamphere of Hanover, widow, consented that Arad Lamphere be joined with her in administration

Court 25 Sep 1849, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Sarah E. Lamphere and Arad Lamphere

Heirs and next of kin:  Children, all minors under age 21:  Susan Watt wife of William Watt of Sheridan, Chauncey [sic] V. Lamphere, Oliver Lamphere, Irena Lamphere, James Lamphere, and Chauncey [sic] A. Lamphere, all of Hanover except Susan Watt.

Appraisers:  Jonathan Keith and Noah D. Snow of Hanover

 

p. 126, Bazzell Burgess died 5 Feb 1848 in town of Ripley

Petitioner:  Emily Burgess of Ripley, widow

Court 22 Oct 1849, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Emily Burgess

Heirs and next of kin:  Henry E. Burgess, Lucy Ann Burgess, Mary E. Burgess, Amelia E. Burgess, all minors under age 21, all residents of Ripley.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 127, Joseph Skinner died 30 Jul 1849 in Attica, Oneida County

Petitioner:  Susan Skinner of Charlotte, widow

Court 19 Nov 1849, value of estate $120, appointed administrator Susan Skinner

Heirs and next of kin:  Children: Warren Skinner, Marvin Skinner, Angelet Skinner, Neander Skinner, all of Charlotte, all minors under age 21.

Appraisers:  William Luce and Madison Luce of Charlotte

 

p. 128, Nathaniel Tompkins died 22 Apr 1849 in town of Gerry

Petitioner:  John Tompkins of Ellery, guardian of Nathaniel Tompkins and John Tompkins

Court 31 Dec 1849, value of estate $500, appointed administrator John Tompkins and Nathaniel C. Barger

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Mary Ann Tompkins.  Children:  Julia Tompkins, Nathaniel Tompkins, John Tompkins, George Tompkins, Amos Tompkins, Harrison Tompkins, Charlotte Tompkins, Sylvia Jane Tompkins, all minors under age 21, all residents of Gerry.  Petitioner John Tompkins consented that Nathaniel C. Barger be joined with him in administration.

Appraisers:  Elisha Tower and Charles Denison of Ellery

 

p. 129, John Morrison died about 1 Mar 1846 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Chloe Morrison of Hanover, widow, consented that Samuel N. [sic] J. Chesbrough be joined with her in administration

Court 26 Dec 1849, value of estate $3500, appointed administrator Chloe Morrison and Samuel ?. J. Chesbrough

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Ann Eliza Chesbrough wife of Samuel K. [sic] J. Chesbrough, Carlton Morrison, Amelia Morrison, John Morrison, Eliza Morison, Jane Morrison, Julia Morrison, all minors and residents of Hanover

Appraisers:  Daniel Shearman and Orrin Morrison of Hanover

 

p. 130, David Frank died 28 Dec 1849 in town of Busti

Petitioner:  Nancy Frank of Busti, widow

Court 8 Jan 1850, value of estate $800, appointed administrator Nancy Frank and Salmon Andrews

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Sarah Ann Frank, Hiram Frank, David Frank, Elizabeth Frank, Norman Frank, Jennet Frank, Charles Frank, Daniel Frank, Joseph R. Frank, Laura Frank, all minors under age 21, all residents of Busti

Appraisers:  Emri Davis and Lorenzo Matthews of Busti

 

p. 131, Christopher McManus died 14 Jun 1849 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  James McManus of Hanover, son

Court 18 Feb 1850, value of estate does not exceed $50, appointed administrator James McManus

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Joseph McManus, William McManus, George McManus, Huldah Willcox, Anna Martin, Ida Gage, all residents of Chautauqua County, Samuel McManus of Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, Christopher McManus and Jacob McManus of Pennsylvania.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 132, Joel Parker died 20 Feb 1850 in town of Stockton

Petitioner:  Catharine Parker of Stockton, widow, consented that James Johnson of town of Chautauqua be joined with her in administration

Court 25 Feb 1850, value of estate $6500, appointed administrator Catharine Parker and James Johnson

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Leonard Parker of Clymer, Daniel Parker, Stillman Parker, Charles Parker, Louisa Parker of full age, and minor children under age 21 Ira Parker, Rufus Parker, Luther Parker, and Henry Parker, all of Stockton.

Appraisers:  Chauncey Warren and Harlow Crissey of Stockton

 

p. 133, Phebe Bennet died 6 Feb 1849 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Amos Bennet of Hanover, son, consented that Jacob Houghton of Fredonia be joined with him in administration

Court 11 Mar 1850, value of estate $17, appointed administrator Amos Bennet and Jacob Houghton

Heirs and next of kin:  William Bennett of Connewango, Cattaraugus County, age not given, Sally Bennet, Andrew Bennet, Phebe Bennet, and Stephen Bennet, whose places of residence are unknown.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 134, James P. Orton died 1 May 1849 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Clarissa Orton of Hanover, widow

Court 2 Apr 1850, value of estate $400, appointed administrator Clarissa Orton

Heirs and next of kin:  Jane McClanthan, Ann Orton, James Orton of full age, and minor children under age 21 “Nancy Orton Thomas Orton Garrett Caroline Orton Stewart Orton & Elizabeth Orton.”

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 135, William Wood died 2 Feb 1850 in town of Arkwright

Petitioner:  Arna Wood of Arkwright, son

Court 13 Apr 1850, value of estate does not exceed $50, appointed administrator Arna Wood

Heirs and next of kin:  Polly Dennison wife of Amos Dennison of Charlotte, Elmer Wood of town of Chautauqua, Elijah Wood of Ohio, Anne Phillips wife of James M. Phillips, Lausette Emory wife of Jonas Emory of Stockton, Lucebe Mann wife of Ezra Mann of Mayville, Lois Scott wife of Reuben Scott of Mayville, Cyrus Wood of Arkwright, Eli Wood of Essex, Essex County, all of full age.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 136, Amos Sottle died in town of Hanover, no date given

Petitioner:  Nathan Stiles of Hanover, guardian of Wyram Stiles

Court 26 Apr 1850, value of estate $125, appointed administrator Nathan Stiles

Heirs and next of kin:  “Wyram Stiles who is a son of a deceased daughter of the said Amos Sottle deceased & is a minor under the age of twenty one years that the said deceased left a son Izard Sottle of Hanover aforesaid & a daughter of another deceased daughter Sophronia Robinson who also resides in Hanover aforesaid both of full age.  …. Also the following named children of a deceased daughter of the said deceased who are minors under the age of twenty one years and have no general guardian viz.:  Harriet Jane Sstiles & Amos N. Stiles.”

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 137, John Culver died on or about 1 Apr 1850 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Caroline Culver of Pomfret, widow, consented that Pelmedus Perkins of Pomfret be joined with her in administration

Court 26 Apr 1850, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Caroline Culver and Pelmedus Perkins

Heirs and next of kin:  William Culver of Rome, Oneida County of full age.  Warren Culver, John Culver, Sarah Culver, Edwin Culver, Henry Culver, Rufus Culver, minors under the age of 21.

Appraisers:  Benjamin Walworth and Thomas Warren of Pomfret

 

p. 138, Luther Gates died 1 Sep 1826 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Phineas Gates of Pomfret, son

Court 27 May 1850, value of estate $150, appointed administrator Phineas Gates & Ernest Mullet

Heirs and next of kin:  A widow who is since dead.  Children:  Henry W. Gates, Fanny Gates, George D. Gates, Ruth Gates, William Gates, Calvin Gates, Rebecca Gates, Lovisa Gates.  Petitioner consented that Ernest Mullet of Pomfret be joined with him in administration.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 139, Emeline Harris died on or about 29 Jul 1849 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Hannah Harris of Ellery, mother, consented that Hames Frisbee and Moses Wood be joined with her in administration

Court 30 Aug 1849, value of estate $50, appointed administrator Hannah Harris, James Frisbee, and Moses Wood

Heirs and next of kin:  Sally Bartlett wife of John Bartlett and Otis Harris of Gerry.  Joseph Harris, Clarissa Wood wife of Moses Wood, Eunice Frisbee wife of James Frisbee, all of the county of Chautauqua of full age brothers and sisters of the said deceased.  John L. Harris of Conewango, Cattaraugus County, Justus Harris of Leon, Hanford Harris of Dayton, Cattaraugus County, also brothers of the said deceased all of full age.  The following named children of a deceased sister, minors under age 21:  Harriet E. Wilcox of Cattaraugus County, Mary Ann Wilcox and Chester Wilcox residing in Illinois.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 140, Ann Gates died 22 Jan 1846 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Phineas Gates of Pomfret, son

Court 29 May 1850, value of estate $25, appointed administrator Phineas Gates and Ernest Mullet

Heirs and next of kin:  Henry Gates, George D. Gates, Ruth Gates, William Gates, and Phineas Gates

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 141, Samuel Bligh died on or about 17 Jun 1850 in town of Clymer

Petitioner:  Electa H. Bligh of Clymer, widow, consented that Charles Brighton and John Steward be joined with her in administration

Court 9 Jul 1850, value of estate $600, appointed administrator Electa H. Bligh, Charles Brighton, and John Steward

Heirs and next of kin:  Children Harriet Louisa Bligh, Sarah L. Bligh, Henry Clay Bligh, Burdett Samuel Bligh, Heman E. Bligh, Charlotte N. Bligh, and Mary E. Bligh, all of Clymer and all minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Alanson Pattison and Sardius Steward

 

p. 142, James Parsons died on or about 10 Jul 1843 in town of Charlotte

Petitioner:  Mary Parsons of Charlotte, widow

Court 22 Jul 1850, value of estate $113, appointed administrator Mary Parsons

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Jane Goodspeed wife of Abner Goodspeed of Palmyra, Chemung County, Harriet Parsons, Maria McNorton wife of John McNorton, Fanny Davenport wife of  Thomas Davenport, Emily Torry wife of Orren Torry, Axanah Clark wife of Luther Clark, Nancy Torry wife of Rush Torry, John Parsons, Chauncey Parsons, all of Charlotte, all of full age.  Alvira Russell wife of Truman Russell of Poland, Chautauqua County, Gelena Parsons of Charlotte of full age.   Elizabeth Houston wife of Warren Houston and Lester Parsons of Charlotte, minors under age 21.

Appraisers:  Albert Richmond and Epenetus H. Sears of Charlotte

 

p. 143, Selden P. Marvin died 16 Jun 1850 in town of Sherman

Petitioner:  Phebe A. Marvin of Sherman, widow, consented that Hiram N. Gleason of Sherman be joined with her in administration

Court 23 Jul 1850, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Phebe A. Marvin and Hiram N. Gleason

Heirs and next of kin:  Children all of Sherman, all minors under age 21:  Phebe Ann Marvin, Louisa M. Marvin, Huldah C. Marvin, Catharine A. Marvin, and Josephine Marvin.

Appraisers:  James P. Vincent and Joseph W. Huntly

 

p. 144, Susannah Hoard died in May 1849 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Stephen Harrington of Collins, Cattaraugus County, brother, consented that Amaziah Strang of Ellery be joined with him in administration

Court 23 Jul 1850, value of estate $1400, appointed administrator Stephen Harrington and Amaziah Strang

Heirs and next of kin:  No other known kindred

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 145, Isaac Powers died on or about 15 Aug 1848 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  Rollin C. Powers of Dayton, Cattaraugus County, son

Court 5 Aug 1850, value of estate $50, appointed administrator Rollin C. Powers

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow who survived deceased only a few days.  Children:  Isaac S. Powers, Abbot A. Powers, Lydia Powers of full age and Lucy Powers under age 21.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 146, Sarah Churchill died 21 Nov 1845 in town of Ellington

Petitioner:  Cullen D. Churchill of Ellington, husband

Court 8 Apr 1850, value of estate $600, appointed administrator Cullen D. Churchill

Heirs and next of kin:  One child, Homer Churchill of Ellington, minor under age 21

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 147, John W. Wade died 5 Oct 1849 in town of French Creek

Petitioner:  Marion J. Wade of French Creek, widow, consented that Ira F. Gleason of Clymer be joined with her as administrator

Court 5 Sep 1850, value of estate $100, appointed administrator Marian J. Wade and Ira F. Gleason

Heirs and next of kin:  Children Albert N. Wade and Emma J. Wade of French Creek, minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Joseph R. Rhodes and George E. White

 

p. 148, Millard Avery died 2 Aug 1850 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Eliza Ann Avery of Hanover, widow, consented that Samuel Bevier of Hanover be joined with her as administrator

Court 20 Sep 1850, value of estate $400, appointed administrator Eliza Ann Avery and Samuel Bevier

Heirs and next of kin:  Two children who are minors under age 21:  George M. Avery of Avon, Livingston County, New York, and Millard Avery of Hanover

Appraisers:  Hiram Sackett and Harry I. Newton

 

p. 149, Mehitable Spencer died 2 Sep 1850 in town of Villenova

Petitioner:  John Spencer of Villenova, son

Court 25 Sep 1850, value of estate $27, appointed administrator John Spencer

Heirs and next of kin:  Children, all of full age:  petitioner, Halsie Spencer of Edmonston, Otsego County, New York, and Reuben W. Spencer of Newburgh, Cuyahoga County, Ohio

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 150, Daniel E. Copp, resident of Charlotte, died 17 Sep 1850 in Philadelphia

Petitioner:  James M. Copp of Gerry, brother

Court 7 Oct 1850, value of estate $160, appointed administrator James M. Copp

Heirs and next of kin:  Father who resides in Gerry and has renounced his right to administration

Appraisers:  John M. Brunson and John B. Moon

 

p. 151, Seth Sheldon died 15 Oct 1850 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  David Sheldon of Sheridan, son, requested that Eli Roberts of Sheridan be joined with him in administration

Court 21 Oct 1850, value of estate $500, appointed administrator David Sheldon and Eli Roberts

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Philena Sheldon.  Children:  ________ (blank space) Cooley wife of Elias Cooley, Julia Roberts wife of Eli Roberts, Sarah Parker widow of M. C. Parker and the petitioner, all of Sheridan, and Tichenor Sheldon, Franklin Sheldon, Philena Pratt wife of James Pratt all of Westfield, and Nancy Strong wife of Walter Strong of Sherman, and Esther Barker wife of A. H. Barker of Versailles, Cattaraugus County, and Seth C. Sheldon of Ashtabula County, Ohio, all of full age

Appraisers:  John N. Gregg and Enoch Haskins

 

p. 152, Benjamin Cooley died 30 Jul 1850 in town of Westfield

Petitioner:  James N. Cooley of Westfield, son

Court 13 Nov 1850, value of estate $400, appointed administrator James N. Cooley

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Betsey Cooley and only child James N. Cooley of full age

Appraisers:  Philander Jillson and Lorrell Nichols of Westfield

 

p. 153, Samuel D. Payne died 19 Nov 1850 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Marion Payne of Pomfret, widow

Court 27 Nov 1850, value of estate $150, appointed administrator Marion Payne

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Marion Payne of full age, daughter Ellen Payne who resides in Jefferson, Ashtabula County, Ohio, minor under age 21.

Appraisers:  Daniel Bliss and Luke Southwick of Pomfret

 

p. 154, Horace L. Soper died 13 Nov 1850 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Lavinia Soper of Pomfret, widow

Court , value of estate $500, appointed administrator Lavinia Soper

Heirs and next of kin:  widow Lavinia Soper and an infant about 4 weeks old

Appraisers:  Benjamin Walworth and Nelson Gorham

 

p. 155, John P. Ostrom died in town of Hanover, no date given

Petitioner:  Anna Ostrom of Hanover, widow

Court 28 Dec 1850, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Anna Ostrom

Heirs and next of kin:  widow Anna Ostrom, son Adam S. Ostrom of Hanover, Catherine E. Ames wife of Horace Ames of Evans, Erie County, New York, all of full age, and Caroline M. Ostrom, Hannah D. Ostrom, and George N. Ostrom, all of Hanover and all minors under age 21.

Appraisers:  George Kirkland and Stephen M. Ball of Hanover

 

p. 156, James Stafford died in 1850 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Emma L. Stafford of Hanover, widow, requested that Samuel P. McKee be joined with her in administration

Court 14 Feb 1851, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Emma L. Stafford and Samuel P. McKee

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Emma L. Stafford.  Children Dianda Susana Stafford, Sarah Jane Stafford, Frank Stafford, and Guy Stafford, all minors under age 21.

Appraisers:  Stephen Brownell and Stephen Parsells of Hanover

 

p. 157, Urson P. Parker died 5 Jan 1851 in town of Villenova

Petitioner:  Lucy Parker of Villenova, widow, requested that James Parker be joined with her in administration

Court 25 Jan 1851, value of estate $2400, appointed administrator Lucy Parker and James P. Parker

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Lucy Parker and Sophia Parker, Alonzo Parker, Hamilton B. Parker, all minors under age 21 and all residents of Villenova

Appraisers:  Frederick C. Phillips and Solomon Crowell of Villenova

 

p. 158, Elijah Conant died 16 Jan 1851 in town of Westfield

Petitioner:  Cynthia Conant, widow, and John C. Hungerford of Westfield

Court 31 Jan 1851, value of estate $2300, appointed administrator Mary Conant and John C. Hungerford

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Cynthia Conant of Westfield.  Robert T. Conant and Mary P. Conant of Barre, Worcester, Massachusetts of full age.  Edward Conant of Westfield, minor under age 21.

Appraisers:  Lorrel Nichols and William P. Nichols of Westfield

 

p. 159, Lewis Willson died 28 Oct 1850 at sea

Petitioner:  Ann Maria Willson of Pomfret, widow

Court 17 Feb 1850, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Ann Maria Willson and Thornton W. Kingsley

Heirs and next of kin:  widow Ann Maria Willson.  Children:  Mary Jane Willson, Charles R. Willson, and Sidney L. Willson, all minors under age 21.  Widow consented that Thornton W. Kingsley of Chautauqua County be joined with her in administration.

Appraisers:  Alsop Sage and Justus Harrington of Pomfret

 

p. 160, Huldah Penhollow died 2 Mar 1851 in town of Charlotte

Petitioner:  Nathan Penhollow of Charlotte, son

Court 5 Mar 1851, value of estate $60, appointed administrator Nathan Penhollow

Heirs and next of kin:  Petitioner, Reuben Penhollow of Ellington, Thomas Penhollow of New Boston, Erie County, New York, Hiram Penhollow of Genesee County, New York, John Penhollow and David Penhollow of Wethersfield, Connecticut, Daniel Penhollow of New London, Connecticut, Mary Brown wife of _________ (blank) Brown residing somewhere in Massachusetts or Connecticut, all children of deceased and all of full age.  Also the children of son Richard Penhollow, deceased:  Richard Penhollow, Edna Richardson wife of Charles Richardson of Iowa, Phebe Stone wife of Artemus Stone of Charlotte, Maria Case wife of Samuel Case and Polly Wood wife of Justin Wood of Ellington, Clarissa Palmer wife of Henry Palmer of Busti, all of full age, and Amanda Wilcox [sic] wife of _______ (blank) Willcox [sic] of Ellicott, a minor.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 161, Elijah Conant died 16 Jan 1851 in town of Westfield

Petitioner:  Robert T. Conant of Oscongatchee, St. Lawrence County, son

Court 7 Mar 1851, value of estate $3000, appointed administrator Robert Conant

Heirs and next of kin:  Son Robert T. Conant, daughter Mary T. Conant of Barre, Worcester County, Massachusetts, both of full age, and their mother Nancy Conant who married the deceased on or about 29 Nov 1809 and was divorced from him 16 Apr 1822 by decree of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts for his adultery.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 162, Charles Walrath died 11 Feb 1851 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Catharine Walrath of Ellery, widow, requested that David F. Lesher  be joined with her in administration

Court 15 Mar 1851, value of estate $600, appointed administrator Catharine Walrath and David F. Lesher

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Catharine Walrath.  Children Harriet Ann Walrath and Amanda Walrath, both minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Ezra Horton and Anson R. Day of Ellery

 

p. 163, Candace Sage died in 1851 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  James Sage of Pomfret, son

Court 11 Mar 1851, value of estate $40, appointed administrator James Sage

Heirs and next of kin:  George Sage, Abram Sage, and Betsy Avery, all of full age

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 164, Mordecai C. Kinney died 18 Feb 1846 in town of Harmony

Petitioner:  David Fisk Jr. of Harmony, guardian of minor child Walter Kinney, requested that Benjamin F. Chadwick be joined with him in administration

Court 21 Mar 1851, value of estate $300, appointed administrator David Fisk Jr. and Benjamin F. Chadwick

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Lydia Kinney who has since died.  Children:  Laura M. Kinney of full age, Walter Kinney and Mary A? Kinney, minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Rufus Tillotson and Ab? M. Butter of Harmony

 

p. 165, Silas Marsh died 25 Feb 1851 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  John Hilton of Pomfret, creditor

Court 7 Apr 1851, value of estate $100, appointed administrator John Hilton

Heirs and next of kin:  Son Elijah Marsh of full age of Pomfret who renounced his right to administration

Appraisers:  Charles Batchellor and Henry Bosworth of Pomfret

 

p. 166, Susannah Whiteside died 8 Aug 1851 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  John Birdsall of town of Chautauqua, grandson

Court 1 May 1851, value of estate $4000, appointed administrator John Birdsall

Heirs and next of kin:  Willard W. Crafts of Mayville, daughter Martha Crafts deceased, petitioner John Birdsall who is the son of Ann Birdsall deceased, a daughter of Susannah Whiteside.  No other children or descendants of children.  Brother William Prendergast of Chautauqua, sister Minerva Marvin of Greenfield, Erie County, Pennsylvania

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 167, Ebenezer E. Witmore died 16 Apr 1851 in town of Carroll

Petitioner:  Clarissa C. Witmore of Carroll, widow

Court 28 Apr 1851, value of estate $830, appointed administrator Clarissa C. Witmore

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Sally A. Witmore, Sophronia A. Witmore, Amanda M. Witmore, William E. Witmore, Eveline L. Witmore, Susan A. Witmore, and Simeon M. Witmore, all of Carroll and all minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Rufus Green and Otis Alvord of Carroll

 

p. 168, Samuel Payne died 19 Nov 1850 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Luke T. Southwick of Pomfret, guardian of widow of deceased

Court 10 May 1851, value of estate $50, appointed administrator Luke T. Southwick

Heirs and next of kin:  widow Marion Payne of Pomfret and child Ellen Payne of Ashtabula County, Ohio, both minors under age 21.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 169, Valorus D. Lake died 20 Feb 1851 at [“town of” marked out] Gat___? [couldn’t read end of word] in [“county of” marked out] New Grenada

Petitioner:  Ruth Ann Lake of Westfield, widow

Court , value of estate $280, appointed administrator

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Ruth Ann Lake of full age.  Father David Lake of Hamburgh, Erie County, New York.  No descendants.

Appraisers:  John Spencer and Chiton Wood of Westfield

 

p. 170, Lucy Pratt died 20 Nov 1841 in town of Gerry

Petitioner:  Rufus Pratt, grandson

Court 17 May 1851, value of estate $325, appointed administrator Rufus Pratt

Heirs and next of kin:  Samuel B. Pratt of Gerry, William W. Pratt of Sheridan, John Pratt and Rufus Pratt of Gerry, Lucy Palmer wife of Horace Palmer of Pleasant Vale, Pike County, Illinois, and Edson Pratt of Troy, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, all of full age and all children of Zadock Pratt deceased, who was the only child of Lucy Pratt.

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 171 – 12 Feb 1850.  Court ordered William H. Fenton, executor of estate of Elias Tracy, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 171 – 8 Apr 1850.  Court ordered John H. Pray and Ebenezer G. Cook, executors of the estate of John D. Bates, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 171 – 18 Mar 1850.  Since Rufus G? Shaw, appointed 18 Oct 1849 as one of the appraisers of the estate of John J. French, has left the county, court appointed Rufus Pier of Ellicott to replace him.

 

p. 172 – 18 Apr 1850.  Court ordered Charles F. Mattison, administrator of the estate of George L. Barrett, to publish notice in the Fredonia Express.

 

p. 172 – 23 Apr 1850.  On 22 Jan 1845 Samuel Shepherd administrator of the estate of Cyrus Alden, late of the state of Massachusetts, obtained judgment against Calvin Smith of Stockton for $1749.64 owed to the estate.  Since Calvin Smith is hopelessly insolvent, Milton Smith and William Miller agreed to pay $250 on the debt if the administrator would discharge any further liability on the part of Calvin Smith.  The court empowered the administrator to accept the arrangement.

 

p. 173 – 18 May 1850.  Court ordered Sarah L. Sackett, executrix of the estate of Joseph Sackett, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 173 – 4 Jun 1850.  Court ordered Marcelia W. Barnes, administratrix of estate of Robert R. Barnes late of Poland, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 174 – 8 Aug 1850.  Court granted the petition of Austin Clark, a creditor of Millard Avery deceased late of Hanover, who requested that Letters of Collection be issued to him before the goods and chattels of Millard Avery were removed from the county without discharging the debt.  Deceased left a widow and two minor children in Hanover. 

 

p. 175 – 10 Jun 1850.  Richard Willing of town of Mina, sole residuary legatee, appointed administrator of estate of Jane Willing.  Last will and testament of Jane Welling late of Chautauqua County deceased was admitted to probate 10 Jun 1850.  All executors named in the will have duly renounced their right to act as executors.

 

p. 175 –19 Aug 1850.  Henry Baker, who was appointed one of the appraisers of the estate of Jarvis French, late of the town of Ellicott, refused to perform those duties.  John Hopkins of the town of Ellicott was appointed to replace him.

 

p. 176 – 14 Oct 1850.  Court ordered John P. Nesmith, executor of estate of Ludwick Herring deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.  All persons with claims against the estate may present them to his authorized agent Albert Richmond.

 

p. 176 – 14 Oct 1850.  Letters of administration granted 31 Jan 1851 to Cynthia Conant of Westfield, widow of Elijah Conant.  John C. Hungerford of Westfield was joined with her in administration.  Since she was never married to Elijah Conant, both of them have resigned as administrators, and the letters of administration have been revoked.

 

p. 177 – 31 Mar 1851.  Court order John Smiley, executor of the estate of Samuel Cheney, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.  All persons with claims against the estate may present them to Samuel A. Brown, esquire, in Jamestown.

 

p. 177 – 17 Apr 1851.  Court ordered Rollin C. Powers, administrator of the estate of Isaac Powers, to publish notice in the Silver Creek Mail.

 

p. 177 – 23 Apr 1851.  Court ordered Orrin Robbins of Busti, executor of the estate of William Robbins, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 178 – 30 Apr 1851.  Court ordered Eli Roberts and David Sheldon of Sheridan, administrators of the estate of Seth Sheldon, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 178 – 10 May 1851.  Marion Payne, administrator of the estate of Samuel Payne, acknowledged that she was a minor under age 21.  Court revoked her letters of administration.

 

p. 178, Veniah Fox died Feb 1851 in Chautauqua County

Petitioner:  Sally Benjamin of town of Pomfret, daughter

Court 31 Mar 1851, value of estate $48

Heirs and next of kin:  Chauncy Fox of Pomfret, Clarissa Hines wife of William Hines, Caroline Sage wife of Amos Sage, and Mary Fox, all of Chautauqua County, She..? Fox and Erastus Fox, of Wisconsin, all children of deceased.  Also descendants of Simeon Fox deceased, son of deceased.  All of full age.

Court ordered that citations be issued to all next of kin to appear in court 2 Jun 1851 to show why letters of administration should not be granted to the petitioner.

 

p. 179 – 21 Jun 1851.  In the matter of the estate of Veniah Fox, Sally Benjamin appeared with counsel Emory F. Warner, petitioning that letters of administration be granted to her.  Chauncy Fox, Clarissa Hines, and Caroline Sage also appeared.  Jacob Houghton Esq of  Fredonia appeared as counsel for Chauncy Fox and Caroline Sage, petitioning that letters of administration be granted to Chauncy Fox or to Amos Sage in right of his wife Clarissa Sage.  Further hearing adjourned to 9 Jul 1851 in the office of John Crane in Fredonia.

 

p. 179 – 9 Jul 1851.  In the matter of the estate of Veniah Fox, Sally Benjamin, Mary Fox, and Clarissa Hines appeared in court with  John Crane as counsel for Sally Benjamin.  Chauncey Fox and Caroline Sage also appeared and objected to the petition of Sally Benjamin through their counsel Jacob Houghton Esq.  All present renounced their right to administration and agreeing that administration be granted to Elisha Norton of Pomfret.

 

p. 180 – 30 Jun 1851.  Nathan Stiles?, administrator of the estate of Amos Sottle late of Hanover, requested appointment of two appraisers for the estate.  Duane L. Gurnsey and John E. Hall of Hanover were appointed.

 

p. 180 – 27 May 1851.  Mary Parsons, administratrix of estate of James Parsons late of the town of Charlotte who died intestate, claimed a debt against the estate.  Citations issued to “the proper persons” to appear in court 1 Sep 1851 for proof of the debt.  Court ordered that notice be published in the state paper and that notice be served personally on all heirs and next of kin residing in Chautauqua County.  Emory F. Warren was appointed special guardian to take care of the interests of Elizabeth Parsons and Lester Parsons, minors under age 21.

 

p. 181 – 1 Sep 1851.  Mary Parsons, administratrix of estate of James Parsons late of Charlotte who died intestate, filed a claim against the estate for an allowance.  Citations had previously been issued to heirs and next of kin.  Emory F. Warner appeared as counsel for Fanny Davenport, one of the heirs, to dispute claim.  Court approved claim of administratrix.

 

p. 181 – 10 Jul 1851.  Rosell Green of town of Pomfret, creditor, presented a petition for letters of administration for the estate of Talcott Loveland deceased and consented that John Chandler of town of Pomfret be joined with him in administration.  Talcott Loveland of Chautauqua County died intestate at Utica, Oneida County, in Nov 1849.  His estate did not exceed $50 in value.  Kindred entitled to his estate were Justus Loveland, Caroline Harrison of Weathersfield, Massachusetts, Joseph Loveland who was believed to be somewhere in the state of Pennsylvania, and Betsy Ney? of Fredonia, all of full age.  Citations were issued to all of the next of kin to appear in court 1 Sep 1851 to show cause why administration should not be granted to Rosell Green.

 

p. 182 – 1 Sep 1851.  Rosell Green, creditor, previously applied for letters of administration for the estate of Talcott Loveland, who died intestate.  Citations were issued to the heirs and next of kin, and notice was published in the state paper.  Court approved the application.  Henry C. Freebee? and A. Z. Madison were appointed appraisers.

 

p. 182 – 10 Nov 1851.  Court ordered Jacob Houghton, executor of estate of Jeremiah Baldwin deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 183 – 27 Aug 1851.  Stephen Prendergast of town of Ripley requested letters of administration for estate not to exceed $4000 of Martha Prendergast who died intestate 30 Nov 1849.  Court ordered that citation be issued to appear in court 13 Oct 1851 to heirs and next of kin, who are brother William Prendergast of town of Chautauqua, sister Minerva Marvin of Greenfield, Erie County, Pennsylvania, and the petitioner, who is a son of a deceased brother of the deceased.

 

p. 183 – 13 Oct 1851.  Court granted letters of administration to Stephen Prendergast for the estate of Martha Prendergast.  William Gifford and William Green of the town of Chautauqua were appointed appraisers.

 

p. 184 – 5 Jan 1852.  Court ordered Robert T. Conant, administrator of the estate of Elijah Conant deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Transcript.

 

p. 184 – 17 Jan 1852.  Court ordered Warner D. Shaw, administrator of the estate of Daniel S. Williams deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 185 – 2 Apr 1852.  Court ordered James M. Copp, administrator of the estate of David E. Copp deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Advertiser.

 

p. 185 – 20 Apr 1852.  Court ordered Stephen S. Abbott, one of the administrators of Annie S. Abbott deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 185 – 27 Apr 1852.  Court ordered David A. Paddock, Ira B. Smith, and Ezra R. Smith, administrators of the estate of Alfred Paddock deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 186 – 4 Aug 1852.  On the application of Justin S. Miner, one of the executors of the estate of Oliver P. Gifford deceased, court appointed Enoch Haskins and William Bidgood of Sheridan as appraisers.

 

p. 186 – 25 Aug 1852.  Court ordered Laura Hyser and Asa A. Thum, administrators of the estate of Aaron Hyser deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 186 – 6 Sep 1852.  Court ordered Lorenzo Mathews, one of the administrators of the estate of Ransom Burrows deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 187 – 20 Dec 1852.  Court ordered Reuben E. Fenton, Wellington Woodward, and Louisa Halladay, administrators of the estate of Thomas F. Halladay deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 187 – 8 Jan 1853.  Court ordered Samuel B. Dawley, administrator of the estate of John Dawley deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 187 – 10 Jan 1853.  Court ordered Emory Davis Jr and Charles Russell, administrators of the estate of John H. Akin deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 188 – 12 Jan 1853.  Court ordered Henry Baker, one of the administrators of the estate of Stephen Phillips deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 188 – 26 Jan 1853.  Court ordered William Crover, administrator of the estate of Susan Ellis deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Transcript.

 

p. 188 – 2 Mar 1853.  Court ordered Ebenezer Harris, executor of the estate of James Quigley deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 189 – 22 Apr 1853.  Court ordered William Clark, administrator of the estate of John Clark deceased, to publish notice in the Chautauqua Democrat.

 

p. 189 – 29 Oct 1852.  On application of Alonzo Mills, one of the administrators of the estate of Loyd Mills late of Concord, Erie County, Pennsylvania, court appointed Dr. Rilbone? and Benjamin Doolittle of Oswego, Oswego County as appraisers of the estate.

 

p. 189, Albert Pickard died intestate 14 Jun 1852 in St. ?, Decatur, Indiana

Petitioner:  Sylvanus Pickard of Charlotte, brother

Court 29 Nov 1852, value of estate did not exceed $89, appointed administrator

Deceased left no widow or father.  Kindred entitled to his estate:  John M. Pickard and Porter Pickard, sons of full age and residents of Berlin, Clinton County, Indiana.  Also Philena Seller wife of ------ [name not given] Seller and Margret Pickard, daughters of deceased, both minors under age 21 and residents of Decatur County, Indiana.

Court ordered that citations be issued to all next of kin to appear in court 17 Jan 1853 to show why letters of administration should not be granted to the petitioner.

 

p. 190 – 17 Jan 1853.  Sylvanus Pickard again petitioned for letters of administration for the estate of Albert Pickard.  No one appeared in court to oppose, so letters of administration were granted as requested.

 

p. 190 – 14 Jan 1853.  On the application of Stephen J. Brown, administrator of the estate of Levi Orton deceased, the court appointed Norman Barker and Solomon Bush of Busti as appraisers for the estate.

 

p. 191 – 25 Jan 1853.  On the application of Daniel Sherman, one of the administrators of the estate of Austin Clark deceased, court appointed Lucius Jones as appraiser of the estate to replace Albert H. Ca??t, who declined to serve.

 

p. 191 – 1 Jun 1853.  Court ordered Lucius Cook, executor of the estate of Daniel Goodrich deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Advertiser.

 

p. 192 – 3 Jun 1853.  Court ordered Jesse D. Foster and William H. H. Fenton, administrators of the estate of Thomas Foster deceased, to publish notice in the Chautauqua Democrat.

 

p. 192 – 22 Jun 1853.  Court ordered Lorrel Nichols, sole executor of the estate of Horace Hale deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Transcript.

 

p. 192 – 5 Jul 1853.  Court ordered Cornelius Wample and Maria Wample, administrators of the estate of John Wample deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 193 – 19 Aug 1853.  Court ordered Christopher J. Babcock, one of the executors of the estate of Daniel Coddington deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Advertiser.

 

p. 193 – 17 Aug 1853.  Nancy Hopson renounced her appointment as executrix of the estate of Lyman Hopson, deceased (signed by making her mark).

 

p. 193 – 1 Oct 1853.  Court ordered Warren Carpenter and Anthony N. Brown, executors of the estate of Comfort Carpenter deceased, to publish notice in the Ellington Herald.

 

p. 194 – 26 Nov 1853.  Court ordered John Steward, executor of the estate of Pell…? Barker, deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 194 – 20 Dec 1853.  Court ordered Lucy Parker, one of the administrator of the estate of …ord? P. Parker, deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 194 – 1 Feb 1854.  Court ordered Moses Elkins, sole administrator of the estate of Oliver Elliott deceased, to publish notice in the Dunkirk Journal.

 

p. 195 – 4 Feb 1854.  Court ordered Phebe Henn?, sole administratrix of the estate of Daniel Henn?, to publish notice in the Westfield Transcript.

 

p. 195 – 4 Mar 1854.  Court ordered Timothy Judson, one of the administrators of the estate of Amos Francis deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 195 – 19 Apr 1854.  Court ordered Edward Buss?, one of the administrators of the estate of Josiah Buell deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Transcript.

 

p. 196 – 5 Jul 1854.  John Miller, one of the administrators of estate of Nelson Norman deceased, ordered to publish notice in the Fredonia Advertiser.

 

p. 196 – 9 Sep 1854.  Court ordered Lucinda Merrick and William H. Merrick, administrators of the estate of David W. Merrick deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Democrat.

 

p. 196 – 4 Oct 1854.  Court ordered Otis Ensign, one of the executors of the estate of William Ensign deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Advertiser.

 

p. 197 – 10 Nov 1854.  Court ordered Lucy Maria Budlong, sole executrix of the estate of  Judiah E. Budlong deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Democrat.

 

p. 197 – 19 Apr 1854.  Peleg Gifford, one of the executors of the estate of Jeremiah Gifford deceased, renounced his appointment and all rights to administration.

 

p. 197 – 6 Jun 1854 – Edwin W. Farrington, one of the executors of the estate of Martin Edwin Monfort deceased, renounced his appointment and all rights to administration, with Joshua S. West and Jerome Greene as witnesses.

 

p. 198 – 6 Oct 1854.  George Haskell Collier of Marion, Wayne County, New York, one of the executors of the estate of George Collier deceased of Chautauqua County, renounced his appointment and all rights to administration, witnessed by Edward Manley and D. J. Jones, certified by Nathan Bostwick, justice of the peace for Wayne County, and Saxon B. Gavitt, county clerk.

 

p. 198 – 3 Jan 1855.  Elizabeth Kerr of Ripley, executrix of the estate of Robert Kerr of Ripley deceased, renounced her appointment and all rights to administration, witnessed by James Kerr and Selden Marvin, certified by Selden Marvin, J.P.

 

p. 199 – 5 Apr 1855.  Court ordered Joshua R. Babcock and Jeremiah Mann, executors of the estate of Elizur Webster deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Transcript.

 

p. 199 – 1 Jun 1855.  Court ordered Jerusha Alvord and Frederick K. Alvord, administrators of the estate of Otis Alvord deceased, to publish notice in the Chautauqua Democrat.

 

p. 199 – 1 Jun 1855.  Court ordered Clarissa Brown, F. Delos Brown, and ?ius Steward, administrators of the estate of Samuel Brown deceased, to publish notice in the Chautauqua Democrat.

 

p. 200 – 13 Aug 1855.  Philander Sprague and others, executors of the estate of Ebenezer Crocker deceased, ordered to publish notice in the Fredonia Advertiser.

 

p. 200 – 4 Oct 1855.  Court ordered Phebe Shedd and William Vorce, administrators of the estate of Lewis Shedd deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 201 – 19 Oct 1855.  Court ordered Sophia Herriman and John C. Cranston, administrators of the estate of Alanson Herriman deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 201 – 10 Mar 1855.  Horatio N. Barnes of Ellington, one of the executors of the estate of Rodney E. Barnes deceased, renounced his appointment and all rights to administration, witnessed by E. M. Potwine and L. M. Barnes, certified by Charles B. Green, Justice of the Peace.

 

p. 202 – 11 Apr 1855.  Warren Powers of Moravia, Cayuga County, New York, sole executor of the estate of Ephraim Judson of Sheridan deceased, renounced his appointment and all rights to administration, witnessed by N. T. Stephens and Henry Mattoon, certified by N. T. Stephens, Justice of the Peace of Cayuga County and E. B. Marvin, Cayuga County clerk.

 

p. 202 – 5 Jul 1855.  Lawrence A. Langdon of Poland, one of the executors of the estate of Jonathan Bullock deceased, renounced his appointment and all rights to administration, witnessed by Eldred Lott and Harry Abbott, certified by W.? T.? Gaylord, Justice.

 

p. 203 – Thomas S. Peck of Harbor Creek, Erie County, Pennsylvania, one of the executors of the estate of Rebecca Peck of Westfield deceased, renounced his appointment and all rights to administration, witnessed by William Vorce of Westfield and De Azro A. Nichols.

 

p. 203 – 22 Mar 1854.  On complaint of Polly Pratt, widow of one of the legatees in the will of Spencer Pratt deceased, court issued a citation to William H. H. Pratt, executor of the estate, requiring him to appear 5 Apr 1854 to show cause why he should not be suspended as executor.

 

p. 204 – 22 Mar 1854.  Complaint of Polly Pratt of Portland, widow and residuary legatee in will of Spencer Pratt, that executor William H. H. Pratt is about to inappropriately receive a sum of money from George Churchill that belongs to the estate.

 

p. 204 – 5 Apr 1854.  Since William H. H. Pratt had moved from New York and had not fulfilled his duties, he was removed from the position of executor of the will dated 14 Mar 1853.  Amos Barber was joined with Polly Pratt in administration.  Edwin Harrington and Dana Churchill of Portland were appointed appraisers.

 

p. 206 – 9 Oct 1854.  On application of Otis Moon and Robert Myers, sureties of Lucinda Merrick and William H. Merrick administrators of the estate of David W. Merrick of Carroll deceased, court issues citations to Lucinda Merrick and William H. Merrick to appear 16 Oct 1854 to give new sureties.

 

p. 206 – 16 Oct 1854.  On the same matter, William H. Merrick appeared in court and moved that further proceedings be adjourned to 26 Oct 1854.

 

p. 207 – 26 Oct 1854.  At their request, Otis Moon and Robert Myers were released from responsibility on account of any future acts of administrators Lucinda Merrick and William H. Merrick with regard to the estate of David W. Merrick and had no further liability on their bond dated 6 Feb 1854.

 

p. 207 – 6 Nov 1854.  Letters testamentary were issued 4 Oct 1853 to David Ball, executor of estate of John Hamlin of Villenova deceased.  Deceased held a promissory note against Samuel Davis dated 1 Oct 1851, payable one year later.  The executor deemed the note uncollectable and requested authority to compromise on the debt.  William S. Hamlin and Henry Eastman testified to the circumstances of Samuel Davis.  Court authorized a compromise.

 

p. 208 – 27 Nov 1854.  Harriet E. Phelps and Noah D. Cornish, administrators of the estate of Reuben C. Phelps deceased, showed that Luther S. Jennings declined to serve as appraiser of the estate.  Court appointed Darius Knapp of Harmony to replace him.

 

p. 208 – 30 Dec 1854.  On complaint of Roxa Taylor, one of legatees of Peleg Douglass, and Levi Taylor her husband against Eleanor Douglass, executrix of the estate of Peleg Douglass deceased, court issued a citation to Eleanor Douglass to appear 10 Jan 1855 to show cause why she should not be superseded as executrix.

 

p. 209 – 10 Jan 1855.  Eleanor Douglass provided bond as required and paid court costs.

 

p. 209 – 13 Mar 1855.  13 Nov 1850 John Steward recovered a judgment in the Supreme Court of New York against Pellum Barker now deceased.  Pellum Barker died at Gerard, Erie County, Pennsylvania on 18 Feb 1853, leaving a will in which John Steward was appointed one of the executors.  Debts of the deceased exceed the personal estate, so John Steward requested authority to take possession of assets in Chautauqua County.  Court granted the request.

 

p. 211 – 5 Apr 1855.  On complaint of Herman Munson and Lucy Munson against John Crane, executor of the estate of Reuben J. Munson deceased, court issued a citation to John Crane to appear 11 Apr 1855 to show cause why he should not be superseded as executor.

 

p. 211 – 11 Apr 1855.  John Crane appeared, represented by George Barker, Esq.  Herman Munson and Lucy Munson alleged that the circumstances of John Crane did not afford adequate security for due administration of the estate.  Court required John Crane to provide securities by 16 Apr 1855.

 

p. 212 – 16 Apr 1855.  Lucy Munson, widow of Reuben Munson, and Herman Munson, next of kin of deceased, having made complaint that the circumstances of executor John Crane were precarious, and John Crane having failed to provide bond, court revoked the letters testamentary granted to John Crane 20 May 1850.

 

p. 212 – 21 Apr 1855.  Letters of administration for the estate of Reuben J. Munson of Pomfret deceased were granted to Lucy Munson widow and Herman Munson residuary legatee of Reuben J. Munson.

 

p. 214 – 9 May 1855.  Saml Whicher, one of the sureties of Francis Wyatt and John Wyatt, administrators of the estate of James Wyatt deceased intestate, applied for relief.  Court issued a citation to Francis Wyatt and John Wyatt to appear 21 May 1855 to give new sureties for faithful discharge of their duties as administrators.

 

p. 214 – 21 May 1855.  Samuel Whicher, one of the sureties of Francis Wyatt and John Wyatt as administrators of the estate of James Wyatt of Portland deceased intestate, having applied to be released from responsibility, court revoked the letters of administration that were issued to the administrators 19 Dec 1854.

 

p. 214 – 6 Aug 1855.  On application of Cyrus Pound and Mary Ransom, administrators of the estate of David E. Pound of Hanover, deceased, court appointed Asa Doty and Albert G. Adsit of Hanover as appraisers.

 

p. 214 ½ - 2 Jul 1855.  William Danford Sherman and William Gifford were appointed administrators of the estate of William Sherman deceased.  Deceased left a will which was admitted to probate 30 Jun 1855.

 

p. 215 ½ - 17 Jan 1842.  On application of Sylvia Blodget, minor over age 14, William Bullock of Busti was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 215 ½ - 28 Dec 1841.  On application of Laurens A. Langdon and others for the appointment of a guardian for Lois M. Blodget, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Marian Blodget and Clarrissa M. Blodget of a hearing 17 Jan 1842.

 

p. 215 ½ - 17 Jan 1842.  On application of Laurens A. Langdon and others for the appointment of a guardian for Lois M. Blodget, minor under age 14, William Bullock was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 216 – 17 Jan 1842.  On application of William O. Blodget and Lorin Blodget, minors over age 14, William Bullock of Busti was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 216 – 9 Mar 1842.  On application of Sara Crouch for appointment of a guardian for Elizabeth A. Crouch and Ardelea A. Crouch, minors under age 14, notice was given to relative Ithamar Crouch of a hearing 14 Mar 1842.

 

p. 216 – 14 Mar 1842.  On application of Sara Crouch for appointment of a guardian for Elizabeth A. Crouch and Ardelea A. Crouch, minors under age 14, Sara Crouch was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 217 – 10 Mar 1842.  On application of Chandler Bartlett, minor over age 14, Nicholas Bartlett of Westfield was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 217 – 26 Mar 1842.  On application of C. R. Lelland for appointment of a guardian for Aaron G. Leland, minor under age 14, notice was given to the relatives of a hearing 4 Apr 1842.

 

p. 217 – 4 Apr 1842.  On application of Cephas R. Lelland for appointment of a guardian for Aaron G. Leland, minor under age 14, Cephas R. Lelland of Hanover was appointed guardian.

 

p. 218 – 18 Oct 1842.  On application of William N. Cookson, minor over age 14, John J. Eacker of Sheridan was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 218 – 15 Apr 1842.  On application of Harry P. Stone for appointment of a guardian for Hannah Record, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Andrew J. Record and Stoughton Record of a hearing 25 Apr 1842.

 

p. 218 – 25 Apr 1842.  On application of Harry P. Stone for appointment of a guardian for Hannah Record, minor under age 14, Harry P. Stone was appointed guardian.

 

p. 219 – On application of William C. Berry and Matilda T. Berry, minors over age 14, Lester R. Dewy of Sheridan was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 219 – On application of Elizabeth Whitford for appointment of a guardian for William A. Whitford and Ellen Whitford, minors under age 14, notice was given to the said relative Elizabeth Whitford of a hearing 28 Jun 1842.

 

p. 219 – 28 Jun 1842.  On application of Elizabeth Whitford for appointment of a guardian for William H. Whitford and Ellen Whitford, George S. Case of Harmony was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 220 – 15 Nov 1842.  On application of Edwin H. Rose and James A. Rose, minors over age 14, James S. Walling of Hanover was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 220 – 12 Jul 1842.  On application of Harriet Bently for appointment of a guardian for Solomon Bently, minor under age 14, notice was given to Lorenzo H. Bently, who was present and consenting thereto, of a hearing 12 Jul 1842.

 

p. 220 – 12 Jul 1842.  On application of Harriet Bently for appointment of a guardian for Solomon Bently, minor under age 14, William H. Strunk of Ellicott was appointed guardian.

 

p. 221 – 15 Nov 1842.  On application of Sylvester W. Rose, minor over age 14, Henry H. Hawkins of Hanover was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 221 – 8 Aug 1842.  On application of Simeon Alexander for appointment of a guardian for Cicero P. Alexander, Sarah D. Alexander, John J. Alexander, Henrietta Alexander, Oliver P. Alexander, and Juliette Alexander, minors under age 14, notice was given to relative Hugh Alexander of a hearing 8 Aug 1842.

 

p. 221 – 8 Aug 1842.  On application of Simeon Alexander for appointment of a guardian for Cicero P. Alexander, Sarah D. Alexander, John J. Alexander, Henrietta Alexander, Oliver P. Alexander, and Juliette Alexander, minors under age 14, Simeon Alexander of Harmony was appointed guardian.

 

p. 222 – 9 Feb 1842.  On application of Emeline Louisa Kerr, minor over age 14, Robert Kerr of Ripley was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 222 – 28 Sep 1842.  On application of Ira Hale for appointment of a guardian for Thomas M. Hale, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Seth S. Murray and Ransom S. Morrison of a hearing 28 Sep 1842.

 

p. 222 – 28 Sep 1842.  On application of Ira Hale for appointment of a guardian for Thomas M. Hale, minor under age 14, with Seth S. Murray and Ransom S. Morrison present, Ira Hale was appointed guardian.

 

p. 223 – On application of Dwight Dickson and William Henry Dickson, minors over age 14 and children of William Dickson deceased, Elizabeth Dickson of Ripley was appointed guardian.

 

p. 223 – 11 Nov 1842.  On application of Mathew Seeley for appointment of a guardian for George Thomas, Margaret Thomas, and unnamed infant, notice was given to relatives William Wilson and Alvah Patterson of a hearing 19 Nov 1842.

 

p. 223 – 19 Nov 1842.  On application of Mathew Seeley for appointment of a guardian for George Thomas and Margaret Thomas, Mathew Seeley of town of Chautauqua was appointed guardian.

 

p. 224 – 24 Apr 1843.  On application of Lewis Van Vleet and Alpa Ann Van Vleet, children of Frederick P. Van Vleet, minors over age 14, Garret N. Van Vleet of Westfield was appointed their guardian.

 

[This entry was marked out.]  p. 224 – 29 Dec 1842.  On application of Kellogg Allen for appointment of a guardian for Cornelia Dodge, minor under age 14, notice was given to Clarrissa Robinson of a hearing 29 Dec 1842.

 

p. 224 – 19 Nov 1842.  On application of Mathew Seely for appointment of a guardian for Eunice M. Thomas, “an infant whose name was not then known,” Alonhalle? Patterson of Stockton was appointed guardian.

 

p. 225 – On application of Lorenzo Darwin Irish, minor over age 14, Hanson N. Godfrey of Portland was appointed guardian.

 

p. 225 – On application of Kellogg Allen for appointment of a guardian for Cornelia Dodge, minor under age 14, notice was given to relative Clarrissa Robinson of a hearing 29 Dec 1842.

 

p. 225 – On application of Kellogg Allen for appointment of a guardian for Cornelia Dodge, Kellogg Allen of Sheridan was appointed guardian.

 

p. 226 – 26 Mar 1846.  On application of George Dexter Hinckley, minor over age 14, Nelson Gorham of Pomfret was appointed guardian.

 

p. 226 – 14 Mar 1846.  On application of Elizabeth Dickson for appointment of a guardian for Clarrissa Dickson, Mary Dickson, Campbell Dickson, and Ellen E. Dickson, infants under age 14, notice was given to relative Albert Dickson of a hearing 14 Mar 1846.

 

p. 226 – 14 Mar 1846.  On application of Elizabeth Dickson for appointment of a guardian for Clarrissa Dickson, Mary Ann Dickson, Campbell Dickson, and Ellen E. Dickson, infants under age 14, Elizabeth Dickson of Ripley was appointed guardian.

 

p. 227 – 2 Aug 1848.  On application of Sarah Bushee and Mary A. Bushee, minors over age 14, George Kirkland of Hanover was appointed guardian.

 

p. 227 – 5 Apr 1843.  On application of Harmony Cammeron for appointment of a guardian for Jane W. Cammerson, Winfield Scott Cammeron, Laura Kenndy Cammeron, and John Emmerson Cammeron, minors under age 14, notice was given to relative Rensselaer Kennedy of a hearing 6 Apr 1843.

 

p. 227 – 6 Apr 1843.  On application of Harmony Cammeron for appointment of a guardian for Jane W. Cammerson, Winfield Scott Cammeron, Laura Kenndy Cammeron, and John Emmerson Cammeron, minors under age 14, Harmony Cammeron of Ellicott was appointed guardian.

 

p. 228 – 20 Apr 1843.  On application of Garret N. Vanvleet for appointment of a guardian for John R. Vanvleet and Rachel Vanvleet, notice was given to relatives Bradford Vanvleet and Mary B. Vanvleet of a hearing 24 Apr 1843.

 

p. 228 – 24 Apr 1843.  On application of Garrett N. Van Vliet for appointment of a guardian for John R. Van Vleet and Rachel Van Vleet, infants under age 14, Bradford Van Vliet of Westfield was appointed guardian.

 

p. 229 – 31 Aug 1843.  On application of Alanson N. Godfrey for appointment of a guardian for Cornelia Sophisa Irish, minor under age 14, notice was given to relative Jonathan G. Irish of a hearing 4 Sep 1843.

 

p. 229 – 4 Sep 1843.  On application of Alanson N. Godfrey for appointment of a guardian for Cornelia Sopira Irish, Alanson N. Godfrey of Portland was appointed guardian.

 

p. 230 – 19 Sep 1843.  On application of Barzilla Gould for appointment of a guardian for Ornan Gould his son, notice was given to relative John Sloan of a hearing 22 Sep 1843.

 

p. 230 – 22 Sep 1843.  On application of Barzilla Gould for appointment of a guardian for Ornan Gould his son, Barzilla Gould was appointed guardian.

 

p. 231 – 18 Jan 1844.  On application of Catharine Pierce for appointment of a guardian for Jerome Pierce, infant under age 14, notice was given to relatives of a hearing 20 Jan 1844.

 

p. 231 – 20 Jan 1844.  On application of Catharine Pierce for appointment of a guardian for Jerome Pierce, infant under age 14, Catharine Pierce of Pomfret was appointed guardian.

 

p. 232 – 15 May 1844.  On application of Cecil N. Bently, minor over age 14, Harris Aldrich of Ellington was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 232 – 18 Apr 1844.  On application of Francis P. Bailey for appointment of a guardian for Mary D. Bailey, minor under age 14, notice was given to the mother Martha Bailey of a hearing 20 Apr 1844.

 

p. 232 – 20 Apr 1844.  On application of Francis P. Bailey for appointment of a guardian for Mary D. Bailey, minor under age 14, Francis P. Bailey was appointed guardian.

 

p. 233 – 17 May 1844.  On application of Edwin C. Dix, minor over age 14, Emilus L. Dix of Hanover was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 233 – 17 May 1844.  On application of Emilus L. Dix for the appointment of a guardian for Abba S. Dix and James M. Dix, minors under age 14, notice was given to relative Sally Dix of a hearing 17 May 1844.

 

p. 233 – 17 May 1844.  On application of Emilus L. Dix for the appointment of a guardian for Abba S. Dix and James M. Dix, minors under age 14, Emilus L. Dix was appointed guardian.

 

p. 234 – 31 May 1844.  On application of Adeline E. Budlong, minor over age 14, Judiah E. Budlong of Carroll was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 234 – 6 Jun 1844.  On application of Lydia Crumb for appointment of a guardian for William Crumb and Henry Crumb, minors under age 14, notice was given to their mother Lydia Crumb of a hearing 6 Jun 1844.

 

p. 234 – 6 Jun 1844.  On application of Lydia Crumb for appointment of a guardian for William Crumb and Henry Crumb, minors under age 14, John Mathers? of Villenova was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 235 – 22 May 1844.  On application of Richard Willing, minor over age 14, James Crossgrove was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 235 – 3 Jun 1844.  On application of Abigail Myers for appointment of a guardian for Phebe Dodge, minor under age 14, notice was given to relative Abigail Myers of a hearing 10 Jun 1844.

 

p. 235 – 10 Jun 1844.  On application of Abigail Myers for appointment of a guardian for Phebe Dodge, minor under age 14, Gordon B. Cheesbrough of Sheridan was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 236 – 13 Jun 1844.  On application of Lyman Smith and Sally J. Smith, minors over age 14, Timothy Tuttle of Busti was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 236 – 8 Aug 1844.  On application of Tabitha Briggs for appointment of a guardian for Amos C. Briggs, minor child under age 14 of Russell Briggs deceased, notice was given to the said Tabitha Briggs of a hearing 8 Aug 1844.

 

p. 236 – 8 Aug 1844.  On application of Tabitha Briggs for appointment of a guardian for Amos C. Briggs, minor child under age 14 of Russell Briggs deceased, Tabitha Briggs was appointed guardian.

 

p. 237 – 30 Jul 1844.  On application of Alexander Hawley, minor over age 14, Jno B. Hawley of Ellicott was appointed guardian.

 

p. 237 – 14 Aug 1844.  On application of John B. Dinsmore for appointment of a guardian for Harriet G. Dinsmore, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives John B. Dinsmore and Selden M. Ely of a hearing 21 Aug 1844.

 

p. 237 – 21 Aug 1844.  On application of John B. Dinsmore for appointment of a guardian for Harriet G. Dinsmore, minor under age 14, John B. Dinsmore of Ripley was appointed guardian.

 

p. 238 – 22 Oct 1844.  On application of Emily Thayer, Mary Thayer, and Abel L. Thayer, minors over age 14, Marshall L. Lewis of Ellery was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 238 – 4 Sep 1844.  On application of Jane L. Tracy for appointment of a guardian for Ethan and Henry Tracy, infant children of Ulysses Tracy deceased, notice was given to the said Jane L. Tracy of a hearing 4 Sep 1844.

 

p. 238 – 4 Sep 1844.  On application of Jane L. Tracy for appointment of a guardian for Ethan and Henry Tracy, infant children of Ulysses Tracy deceased, Jane L. Tracy was appointed guardian.

 

p. 239 – 29 Mar 1845.  On application of Laura Heath, Austin Heath, and James Heath, minors over age 14, Elisha Tower of Ellery was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 239 – 22 Jan 1845.  On application of Dorothy Owen for appointment of a guardian for William Wallace Owen and Fernando Cortez Owen, minors under age 14, notice was given to their mother Dorothy Owen of a hearing 22 Jan 1845.

 

p. 239 – 22 Jan 1845.  On application of Dorothy Owen for appointment of a guardian for William Wallace Owen and Fernando Cortez Owen, minors under age 14, Dorothy Owen of Hanover was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 240 – 19 May 1845.  On application of Helen M. Baker, minor over age 14, Alvah Baker of Ellington was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 240 – 29 Mar 1845.  On application of Azuba Heath for appointment of a guardian for Ebenezer Heath and Arvilla Heath, minors under age 14, notice was given to their mother Azuba Heath of a hearing 29 Mar 1845.

 

p. 240 – 29 Mar 1845.  On application of Azuba Heath for appointment of a guardian for Ebenezer Heath and Arvilla Heath, minors under age 14, Elisha Tower of Ellery was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 241 – 10 May 1845.  On application of Matilda M. and Wm J. Purcell, minors over age 14, Aaron Jones of Carroll was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 241 – 2 May 1845.  On application of Alvah Bates for appointment of a guardian for Albert, Sophronia, Relieft, Joseph, Nancy, Roxania, and Eliza Bates, minors under age 14, notice was given to relative Alvah Bates of a hearing 2 May 1845.

 

p. 241 – 2 May 1845.  On application of Alvah Bates for appointment of a guardian for Albert, Sophronia, Relieft, Joseph, Nancy, Roxania, and Eliza Bates, minors under age 14, Alvah Bates of Ellington was appointed guardian.

 

p. 242 – 17 Apr 1845.  On application of Solomon Bentley, minor over age 14, Henry Martine of Ellery was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 243 – 25 Jun 1845.  On application of Benajah Sweet?, minor over age 14, Thomas B. Campbell of Westfield was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 243 – 19 Jun 1845.  On application of Eliza Cornell for appointment of a guardian for Oliver, Julia E., and Simeon L. Allen, notice was given to Eliza Cornell their mother of a hearing 19 Jun 1845.

 

p. 243 – 19 Jun 1845.  On application of Eliza Cornell for appointment of a guardian for Oliver, Julia E., and Simeon L. Allen, Martin Crowell of Villenova was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 244 – 17 Jul 1845.  On application of Almira? Van Lenard and Benjamin Van Lenard, minors over age 14, Daniel Tabor of Portland was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 244 – 17 Jul 1845.  On application of Daniel Tabor for appointment of a guardian for Louisa B. Van Lenard and Caroline Van Lenard, minors under age 14, notice was given to Elizabeth Tabor their mother of a hearing 17 Jul 1845.

 

p. 244 – 17 Jul 1845.  On application of Daniel Tabor for appointment of a guardian for Louisa B. Van Lenard and Caroline Van Lenard, minors under age 14, Daniel Tabor was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 245 – 5 Jan 1846.  On application of Lydia E. Martin, minor over age 14, Henry Martin of town of Ellington was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 245 – 14 Nov 1845.  On application of Elizabeth May for appointment of a guardian for Mary Elizabeth May, minor under age 14, notice was given to Elizabeth May her mother of a hearing 14 Nov 1845.

 

p. 245 – 14 Nov 1845.  On application of Elizabeth May for appointment of a guardian for Mary Elizabeth May, minor under age 14, Elizabeth May was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 246 – 29 Dec 1845.  On application of Caroline L. Martin and Julia I. Martin, minors over age 14, Oliver B. Main of town of Cherry Creek was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 246 – 29 December 1845.  On application of Stephen A. Martin for appointment of a guardian for Harriet R. Martin, minor under age 14, notice was given to relative Stephen A. Martin of a hearing 29 Dec 1845.

 

p. 246 – 29 Dec 1845.  On application of Stephen A. Martin for appointment of a guardian for Harriet R. Martin, minor under age 14, Oliver B. Main of town of Cherry Creek was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 247 – 26 Nov 1845.  On application of David Martin?, minor over age 14, John Robinson of Stockton was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 247 – 3 Jan 1846.  On application of Jane Chapman for appointment of a guardian for Benjamin F. Chapman, minor under age 14, notice was given to mother Jane Chapman of a hearing 3 Jan 1846.

 

p. 247 – 3 Jan 1846.  On application of Jane Chapman for appointment of a guardian for Benjamin F. Chapman, minor under age 14, Benjamin Cornwell of town of Pomfret was appointed guardian.

 

p. 248 – 11 Apr 1846.  On application of David F.? Royce, minor over age 14, David Robertson of Ripley was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 248 – 16 Feb 1844.  On application of Harrison O. Cowing for appointment of a guardian for Rufus B. Cowing and Kirkland M. Cowing, minors under age 14, notice was given to –da? F. Cowing their mother of a hearing 17 Feb 1844.

 

p. 248 – 16 Feb 1844.  On application of Harrison O. Cowing for appointment of a guardian for Rufus B. Cowing and Kirkland N. Cowing, minors under age 14, Harrison O. Cowing was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 249 – 6 Mar 1846.  On application of James Fisher, minor over age 14, John J. Eacker of Sheridan was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 249 – 30 Mar 1846.  On application of James Caldwell for appointment of a guardian for Joseph Squires, infant child of Amos Squires deceased, notice was given to relative Phebe Miles wife of Thomas Miles of the town of Chautauqua of a hearing 1 Apr 1846.

 

p. 249 – 1 Apr 1846.  On application of James Caldwell for appointment of a guardian for Joseph Squires, infant child of Amos Squires deceased, Samuel Caldwell of Portland was appointed guardian.

 

p. 250 – 11 Apr 1846.  On application of Alonzo P. Grover, minor over age 14, Leland Brown of Ellery was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 250 – 26 Dec 1845.  On application of Julius Alvord for appointment of a guardian for Francis, Charles and Samuel F. Doty, minors under age 14, notice was given to relative Erastus Hall of a hearing 26 Dec 1845.

 

p. 250 – 26 Dec 1845.  On application of Julius Alvord for appointment of a guardian for Francis, Charles and Samuel F. Doty, minors under age 14, Julius Alvord of Carroll was appointed guardian.

 

p. 251 – 26 Jun 1846.  On application of Elizabeth Elmore, Orlando Elmore, and Edwin Elmore, minors over age 14, Oliver B. Elmore of Portland was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 251 – 30 May 1846.  On application of Franklin B. Skinner for appointment of a guardian for Sabra Ann Willard, minor child of Ira S.? Willard deceased, notice was given to Louisa Burton her mother of a hearing 15 Jun 1846.

 

p. 251 – 15 Jun 1846.  On application of Franklin B. Skinner for appointment of a guardian for Sabra Ann Willard, minor child of Ira S.? Willard deceased, Franklin B. Skinner of Mina was appointed guardian.

 

p. 252 – 16 Nov 1846.  On application of Adeline Gage and Caroline Gage, minors over age 14, Stephen Eaton of Hanover was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 252 – 23 Jul 1845.  On application of Mary Jane Willing for appointment of a guardian for Henry J. Willing and Elizabeth Ann Willing, minors under age 14, notice was given to Mary Jane Willing their mother of a hearing 30 Jul 1845.

 

p. 252 – 23 Jul 1845.  On application of Mary Jane Willing for appointment of a guardian for Henry J. Willing and Elizabeth Ann Willing, minors under age 14, Joseph H. Mayborne of Ellicott was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 253 – 11 Sep 1846.  On application of Elial F. Hall, minor over age 14, Benjamin T. Morgan of Carroll was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 253 – 11 Sep 1846.  On application of Lewis Hall, a relative, for appointment of a guardian for Eric Hall, Mary Maria Hall, and James Hall, minors under age 14, notice was given to Maria Hall their mother of a hearing 11 Sep 1846.

 

p. 253 – 11 Sep 1846.  On application of Lewis Hall, a relative, for appointment of a guardian for Eric Hall, Mary Maria Hall, and James Hall, minors under age 14, Maria Hall of Carroll was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 254 – 28 Dec 1846.  On application of Elizabeth Ross, minor over age 14, Jonathan Kith of Hanover was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 254 – 16 Nov 1846.  On application of Allen Gage for appointment of a guardian for Simeon Gage, Lyman Gage, and Wallace Gage, minors under age 14, notice was given to Caroline Gage their mother of a hearing 30 Nov 1846.

 

p. 254 – 16 Nov 1846.  On application of Allen Gage for appointment of a guardian for Simeon Gage, Lyman Gage, and Wallace Gage, minors under age 14, Stephen Eaton of Hanover was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 255 – 3 Apr 1846.  On application of Ann, Lewis, Charles, and Lucy Andrews, minors over age 14, Jason Bigelow of Portland was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 255 – 23 March 1846.  On application of Melinda Andrews for appointment of a guardian for Walter W. and Harvey F. Andrews, notice was issued to mother Melinda Andrews of a hearing 3April 1846.

 

p. 255 – 3 Apr 1846.  On application of Melinda Andrews for appointment of a guardian for Walter W. and Harvey F. Andrews, Melinda Andrews was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 256 – 22 Mar 1847.  On application of Alexander Young, minor over age 14, Samuel Brown of Harmony was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 256 – 7 Dec 1846.  On application of Dorothy Buxton for appointment of a guardian for Wm W and Fernando C. Owen, minors under age 14, notice was given to the said Dorothy Buxton of a hearing 7 Dec 1846.

 

p. 256 – 7 Dec 1846.  On application of Dorothy Buxton for appointment of a guardian for Wm W and Fernando C. Owen, minors under age 14, Ira Haskins of Ellery was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 257 – 15 Jan 1847.  On application of Riley Fitch and Jesse Fitch, minors over age 14, Stephen Cooke of Harmony was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 257 – 13 Jan 1847.  On application of Stephen Cook for appointment of a guardian for Mary Fetch, minor under age 14, notice was given to relative Rhoda Johnson for a hearing 13 Jan 1847.

 

p. 257 – 13 Jan 1847.  On application of Stephen Cook for appointment of a guardian for Mary Fetch, minor under age 14, Stephen Cooke of Harmony was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 258 – 14 Apr 1847.  On application of Rocklette P. Knapp, minor over age 14, Robert Anson of Pomfret was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 258 – 18 May 1847.  On application of Calvin Hempstead for appointment of a guardian for Eliza and Martin B. V. Shaver, notice was given to Lois Shaver their mother of a hearing 18 May 1847.

 

p. 258 – 18 May 1847.  On application of Calvin Hempstead for appointment of a guardian for Eliza and Martin V. B. Shaver, Calvin Hempstead of Ripley was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 259 – 18 May 1847.  On application of Susan Shaver, minor over age 14, Calvin Hempstead of Ripley was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 259 – 10 Jun 1847.  On application of James Johnson for appointment of a guardian for Francis Thayer and Martin Thayer, notice was given to Charlotte Thayer their mother of a hearing 14 Jun 1847.

 

p. 259 – 14 Jun 1847.  On application of James Johnson for appointment of a guardian for Francis Thayer and Martin Thayer, Hiram S. Wemple of Busti was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 260 – 14 Jun 1847.  On application of Julia Thayer, minor over age 14, Martin Quigley of Portland was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 260 – 10 Jun 1847.  On application of James Johnson for appointment of a guardian for Caroline Thayer, minor under age 14, notice was given to Charlotte Thayer her mother of a hearing 14 Jun 1847.

 

p. 260 – 10 Jun 1847.  On application of James Johnson for appointment of a guardian for Caroline Thayer, minor under age 14, Martin Quigley of Portland was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 261 – 14 Jul 1848.  On application of Pauline E. Allen, minor over age 14, Lewis D. Taft of Ellicott was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 261 – 19 May 1848.  On application of John Sloan? for appointment of a guardian for Richard Franklin Pier?, minor under age 14, notice was given to Mary Douglass, Hiram? Douglass, Zattue? Douglass, Ledyard Douglass, and Richard Douglass of a hearing 30 May 1848.

 

p. 261 – 19 May 1848.  On application of John Sloan? for appointment of a guardian for Richard Franklin Pier?, minor under age 14, John Sloan of Sheridan was appointed guardian.

 

p. 262 – 12 Aug 1848.  On application of Emeline F. and Julia L. Barker, minors over age 14, Rosell Green of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 262 – 4 Jul 1848.  On application of Laura Ann Hedges for appointment of a guardian for Henry Byron Hedges, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Jonathan Hedges of Charlotte and William L. Hedges of a hearing 17 Jul 1848.

 

p. 262 – 4 Jul 1848.  On application of Laura Ann Hedges for appointment of a guardian for Henry Byron Hedges, minor under age 14, Elias L. Hedges of Charlotte was appointed guardian.

 

p. 263 – 25 Nov 1848.  On application of Ellen M. Bolles and David H. Bolles, minors over age 14, Owen Street of Ellicott was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 263 – 20 Aug 1848.  On application of George Kirkland for appointment of a guardian for Maria Bushee and Amanda Bushee, requirement for notice was waived.  George Kirkland was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 264 – 1 Nov 1847.  On application of David B. Buxton for appointment of a guardian for William W. Owen and Fernando C. Owen, notice was given to relative Dorothy Buxton of a hearing 15 Nov 1847.

 

p. 264 – 15 Nov 1847.  On application of David B. Buxton for appointment of a guardian for William W. Owen and Fernando C. Owen, Melchert Thum of Ellery was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 265 - 26 Jan 1852.  On application of Ursula Ann Moore, minor over age 14, Medad Cole of Gerry was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 265 – 26 Jan 1852.  On application of Daniel Coddington for appointment of a guardian for Mary Coddington, minor under age 14, Daniel Coddington was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 266 – 10 Apr 1842.  On application of Phebe A. Marvin and Louisa M. Marvin, minors over age 14, Hiram N. Gleason of Sherman was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 266 – 21 Feb 1852.  On application of Bezalul Gates for appointment of a guardian for Sarah Murray and Harriet Ann Murray, minors under age 14, notice was given to Lyman Gates, Hellen? Cochran, and John C. Gates of a hearing 8 Mar 1852.

 

p. 266 – 5 Mar 1852.  On application of Bezalul Gates for appointment of a guardian for Sarah Murray and Harriet Ann Murray, minors under age 14, Bezalul Gates of Ripley was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 267 – 24 Mar 1852.  On application of Rufus Parker and Luther Parker, minors over age 14, Chauncey Winsor of Stockton was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 267 – 23 Mar 1852.  On application of Phineas Palmiter for appointment of a guardian for Wilson H. Crissey, minor under age 14, notice was given to relative Origen Crissey of a hearing 29 Mar 1852.

 

p. 267 – 24 Mar 1852.  On application of Charles M. Parker for appointment of a guardian for Henry Parker, minor under age 14, requirement for notice was waived.  Chauncey Winsor of Stockton was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 268 – ? Jun 1852.  On application of Mary Johnson, minor over age 14, William Johnson of Harmony was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 268 – 29 Mar 1852.  On application of Phineas Palmiter for appointment of a guardian for Wilson H. Crissey, minor under age 14, Isaac Forbes of Ellicott was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 269 – 5 Aug 1852.  On application of Albert Young, minor over age 14, Franklin Loomis of Harmony was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 269 – 8 Apr 1852.  On application of Maria E. G. Simmons for appointment of a guardian for Elizabeth F. Simmons, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Wardlaw A. Gould and Miriam W. Barker of a hearing today.

 

p. 269 – 8 Apr 1852.  On application of Maria E. G. Simmons for appointment of a guardian for Elizabeth F. Simmons, minor under age 14, relatives being present in court and assenting, Maria E. G. Simmons was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 270 – 3 Jul 1852.  On application of Mary Skellie and James A. Skellie, minors over age 14, Jennet Skellie was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 270 – 24 Jun 1852.  On application of Jennet Skellie for appointment of a guardian for Hannah Skellie and Ebenezer Skellie, minors under age 14, notice was given to Hugh J. Skellie, Sarah D. Skellie, Jane Skellie, Robert Skellie, and Edward Skellie of a hearing 3 Jul 1852.

 

p. 270 – 10 Apr 1852.  On application of Phebe A. Marvin, mother of the minors, for appointment of Hiram N. Gleason as guardian for Huldah C. Marvin, Josephine E. Marvin, and Catharine A. Marvin, minors under age 14, Hiram N. Gleason of Sherman was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 271 – 25 Aug 1852.  On application of Betsey Birch, minor over age 14, James Brooks of Ellington was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 271 – 27 May 1852.  On application of Jane J. Brownell [also given as Jane J. Birch] for appointment of a guardian for Mary C. and Charles E. Birch, notice was given to relative Barnabas C. Brownell of a hearing 27 May 1852.

 

p. 271 – 27 Apr 1852.  On application of James Rathbone, only relative of Sarah E. Rathbone, minor under age 14, Nelson Mitchell of Charlotte was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 272 – 16 Oct 1852.  On application of Sally Wedge, minor over age 14, Asel Tyler of Stockton was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 272 – 27 May 1852.  On application of Jane J. Brownell [also given as Jane J. Birch] for appointment of a guardian for Mary C. and Charles E. Birch, David Brownell of Ellery was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 273 – 16 Oct 1852.  On application of Horace A. Bent?, minor over age 14, James Brooks of Ellington was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 273 – 3 Jul 1852.  On application of Jennet Skellie for appointment of a guardian for Hannah Skellie and Ebenezer Skellie, minors under age 14, Jennet Skellie of Mina was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 274 – 16 Oct 1852.  On application of Edward P. Sherman, minor over age 14, Eybai Kidder of Carroll was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 274 – 20 Sep 1852.  On application of Cardelia A. Day for appointment of a guardian for Julia Annette Day, minor under age 14, John F. Harman was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 275 – 6 Dec 1852.  On application of Mary E. Hitchcock, minor over age 14, Seymour Hitchcock of Lowville, Lewis County, New York was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 275 – 15 Sep 1852?3?.  On application of William P. Peacock for appointment of a guardian for Frederick M. Peacock, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Jane Peacock and Evans Peacock of a hearing 15 Sep 1853.

 

p. 275 – 15 Sep 1852?3?.  On application of William P. Peacock for appointment of a guardian for Frederick M. Peacock, minor under age 14, William P. Peacock of Westfield was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 276 – 8 Jan 1853.  On application of Elizabeth S. Morrison, minor over age 14, Samuel K. Chesbrough of Pekin?, Niagara County was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 276 – 20 Sep 1852.  On application of Sarah Jane Griffith for appointment of a guardian for Isidore Lucy Griffith, minor under age 14, notice was given to Jane Griffith of a hearing 18 Oct 1852.

 

p. 276 – 18 Oct 1852.  On application of Sarah Jane Griffith for appointment of a guardian for Isidore Lucy Griffith, minor under age 14, Abner Hazeltine of Ellicott was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 277 – 22 Jan 1853.  On application of Isabel Dawley, minor child of John Dawley, over age 14, Mary Dawley of Busti was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 277 – 8 Jan 1853.  On application of Chloe Perkins, mother of Julia E. Morrison, minor under age 14, Samuel H. I.? Chesbrough of town of Pe?i?, Niagara County, was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 278 – 9 Feb 1853.  On application of Harriet Ann Winchester, minor over age 14, F. Ward Winchester of Ellery was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 278 – 8 Jan 1853.  On application of Mary Dawley for appointment of a guardian for Mary Ann Dawley, Lucy Dawley, Benjamin L. Dawley, Drusilla Dawley, and Florella Dawley, minors under age 14, notice was given to relatives Samuel B. Dawley and Mandana A. Marsh of a hearing 22 Jan 1853. 

 

p. 278 – 8 Jan 1853.  On application of Mary Dawley for appointment of a guardian for Mary Ann Dawley, Lucy Dawley, Benjamin L. Dawley, Drusilla Dawley, and Florella Dawley, minors under age 14, Mary Dawley was appointed their guardian. 

 

p. 279 – 23 Apr 1853.  On application of Lydia N.? H.? Child, minor over age 14, ?ira? R?c? was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 279 – 31 Jan 1853.  On application of Pamelia Dewey for appointment of a guardian for John Fletcher and Milton Augustus Baxter, minors under age 14, notice was given to relatives Gardner L. Gilbert, Oranso Gilbert, Russell Newton, and George N. Baxter of a hearing 1 Feb 1853.

 

p. 279 – 1 Feb 1853.  On application of Parmelia Dewey for appointment of a guardian for John Fletcher and Milton Augustus Baxter, minors under age 14, Julius Dewey of town of Ellington was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 280 – 20 Jun 1853.  On application of Mary M Daily, Francilia Daily, Wayne M. Daily, and Jane Daily, minors over age 14, Orlando Daily of town of Portland was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 280 – 20 Jun 1853.  On application of Orlando Daily for appointment of a guardian for Sarah Daily and Eva W. Daily, minors under age 14…  [remainder of form not filled in]

 

p. 280 – 16 Oct 1853.  On application of Thankful M. Sherman for appointment of a guardian for Darwin E. Sherman, minor under age 14, Eylai? Eybai? Ridder of town of Carroll was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 281 – 15 Sep 1853.  On application of Marian Wright, minor over age 14, John Mather of Villenova was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 281 – 20 Jun 1853.  On application of Orlando Daily for appointment of a guardian for Sarah Daily and Eva W. Daily, minors under age 14, Orlando Dailey was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 282 – 29 Sep 1853.  On application of Lydia Covey and Lovina Covey, minors over age 14, William Covey of Westfield was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 282 – 22 Jun 1853.  On application of Thomas W. Glison for appointment of a guardian for Jessie M. Glison and Kate E. Glison, minors under age 14, Thomas W. Glison of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 283 – On application of Wallace Shattuck and George Shattuck, minors over age 14, James A. Dunn? of Carroll was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 283 – 18 Sep 1853.  On application of Arminda? Wheeler for appointment of a guardia for Maria Wheeler, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Mary Ann Williams, Lucinda Stiles, Almore Wheeler, and Charlotte Goodlow? of a hearing 5 Oct 1853.

 

p. 283 – 18 Sep 1853.  On application of Arminda? Wheeler for appointment of a guardia for Maria Wheeler, minor under age 14, Arminda Wheeler of Hanover was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 284 – 29 Sep 1853.  On application of Willard [sic] Covey for appointment of a guardian for William [sic] Covey, minor under age 14, William [sic] Covey of Westfield was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 285 – 26 Oct 1853.  On application of Charles C. Palmer for appointment of a guardian for James Henry Carpenter, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Wilbur Palmer, Mercy A. Baker?, Sophia Carpenter, Phillip Carpenter, and Edmund Carpenter of a hearing 26 Oct 1853.

 

p. 285 – 26 Oct 1853.  On application of Charles C. Palmer for appointment of a guardian for James Henry Carpenter, minor under age 14, Charles C. Palmer of Sherman was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 286 – 3 Nov 1853.  On application of Elizabeth A. Nash and Harriet L. Nash, minors over age 14, Lucy E. Nash of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 286 – 11 Nov 1853.  On application of Maria S. Butler for appointment of a guardian for Henry M. Butler, Ella M. Butler, and Mary S. Butler, minors under age 14, notice was given to relatives Solomon S. Butler and Henry Butler of a hearing 16 Nov 1853.

 

p. 286 – 11 Nov 1853.  On application of Maria S. Butler for appointment of a guardian for Henry M. Butler, Ella M. Butler, and Mary S. Butler, minors under age 14, Maria S. Butler of Ellicott was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 287 – 24 Nov 1853.  On application of Harriet Francis, minor over age 14, Benjamin Francis of Stockton was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 287 – 12 Dec 1853.  On application of Russell Beckwith for appointment of a guardian for Charles P. Beckwith, minor under age 14, Russell Beckwith of Pomfret was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 288 – 24 Nov 1853.  On application of Amanda Francis, minor over age 14, Joseph Francis of Stockton was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 288 – 13 Dec 1853.  On application of John H. Akin for appointment of a guardian for Marshall Akin, Francis M. Akin, and Dewit Akin, minors under age 14, notice was given to relatives Sally Case, Amy L. Davis, Mary Russell, and Edward Akin of a hearing 20 Dec 1853.

 

p. 288 – 20 Dec 1853.  On application of John H. Akin for appointment of a guardian for Marshall Akin, Francis M. Akin, and Dewit Akin, minors under age 14, Charles Russell of Caroll was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 289 – 2 Dec 1853.  On application of Emily Newell, minor over age 14, Thomas Newell of Sherman was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 289 – 21 Dec 1853.  On application of Marion Norman for appointment of a guardian for Hiram A. Norman, Henry E? Norman, and Herman F. Norman, minors under age 14, notice was given to relatives Peter Miller, John Miller, and Adam Miller of a hearing this day.

 

p. 289 – 21 Dec 1853.  On application of Marion Norman for appointment of a guardian for Hiram A. Norman, Henry E? Norman, and Herman F. Norman, minors under age 14, Marion Norman of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 290 – 20 Dec 1853.  On application of Lucinda Akin, Laury [marked out] Akin, and David Akin, minors over age 14, Charles Russell of Caroll was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 290 – 5 Jan 1854.  On application of Caroline B. Gardiner for appointment of a guardian for Henry Neilson Gardiner, minor under age 14, Caroline B. Gardiner of Cherry Creek was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 291 – 2 Jan 1854.  On application of Joseph E. Bates, minor over age 14, Elvira P. Bates of Ellington was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 291 – 1 Feb 1854.  On application of Caroline McDowell for appointment of a guardian for Austin Giles and Abel Giles, minors under age 14, notice was given to relative Levi Parsons of a hearing forthwith.

 

p. 291 – 1 Feb 1854.  On application of Caroline McDowell for appointment of a guardian for Austin Giles and Abel Giles, minors under age 14, Philip S. Cottle of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 292 – 3 Apr 1854.  On application of Samuel Marvin Bates, minor over age 14, Adine Willson of Arkwright was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 292 – 2 Feb 1854.  On application of Erastus Grannis for appointment of a guardian for Edward, Marietta, George, and Malvina Grannis, minors under age 14, notice was given to Barbary Carley? Casley?, the only relative, of a hearing 6 Feb 1854.

 

p. 292 – 6 Feb 1854.  On application of Erastus Grannis for appointment of a guardian for Edward, Marietta, George, and Malvina Grannis, minors under age 14, Erastus Grannis of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 293 – 6 Apr 1854.  On application of Amanda Bushee, minor over age 14, Michael Barris of Hanover was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 293 – 4 Feb 1854.  On application of Roswell Bates for appointment of a guardian for Almina Bates, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Aurilla Watterman, Lois Willson, Adine Willson, and Adam McNitt of a hearing 13 Feb 1854.

 

p. 293 – 13 Feb 1854.  On application of Roswell Bates for appointment of a guardian for Almina Bates, minor under age 14, Elias Scofield of town of Chautauqua was appointed guardian.

 

p. 294 – 6? May 1854.  On application of Nancy Maria St. John, minor over age 14, Joseph Landas of Charlotte was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 294 – 25 Mar 1854.  On application of Hellen K. Richmond for appointment of a guardian for Mary Richmond, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Joseph E. Kimball, Calista Kimball, and Albert Richmond of a hearing 25 Mar 1854.

 

p. 294 – 25 Mar 1854.  On application of Hellen K. Richmond for appointment of a guardian for Mary Richmond, minor under age 14, Hellen K. Richmond of Charlotte was appointed guardian.

 

p. 295 – 6 May 1854.  On application of Samuel H. St. John, minor over age 14, Edson J. Willcox of Arkwright was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 295 – 6 May 1854.  On application of Charles B. Landas for appointment of a guardian for Charles St. John, minor under age 14, Joseph Landas of Charlotte was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 296 - 10 Jun 1854.  On application of Catharine M. Thompson, minor over age 14, Adam B. Cobb of Ellicott was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 296 – 28 Aug 1854.  On application of Elvira P. Bates for appointment of a guardian for Alvah C. Bates, Stanley E. Bates, Elvira J. Bates, George S. Bates, and Nancy Bates, minors under age 14, notice was given to relatives Nancy Bates, ---al? Bates, and Corydon Bates of a hearing 28 Aug 1854.

 

p. 296 – 28 Aug 1854.  On application of Elvira P. Bates for appointment of a guardian for Alvah C. Bates, Stanley E. Bates, Elvira J. Bates, George S. Bates, and Nancy Bates, minors under age 14, Elvira P. Bates of Ellington was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 297 – 1 Jul 1854.  On application of Fernando Brown, minor over age 14, Leonard B. Freeman of Clymer was appointed guardian.

 

p. 297 – 29 Aug 1854.  On application of Elizabeth B. Norton for appointment of a guardian for her son Thomas? E. Norton, minor under age 14, Elizabeth B. Norton of Ripley was appointed guardian.

 

p. 298 – 7 Jul 1854.  On application of Edwin W. Herrick, minor over age 14, Haven Brigham of Sheridan was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 298 – 26 Sep 1854.  On application of Moses Randall, maternal grandfather, for appointment of a guardian for Moses C. Daniels, minor under age 14, Moses Randall of Harmony was appointed guardian.

 

p. 299 – 4 Sep 1854.  On application of Benjamin M. Gill, minor over age 14, Giles T. Gill of Busti was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 299 – 2 Oct 1854.  On application of Robert Wright for appointment of a guardian for Rachel Wright and John Wright, minors under age 14, William Wright of Charlotte was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 300 – 2 Oct 1854.  On application of Mary, Sarah, and Hannah Wright, minors over age 14, William Wright of Charlotte was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 300 – 28 Sep 1854.  On application of John C. Wilcox for appointment of a guardian for Hannah Stanton, minor under age 14, notice was given to relatives Harrington Stanton and Charles Stanton of a hearing 6 Oct 1854.

 

p. 300 – 28 Sep 1854.  On application of John C. Wilcox for appointment of a guardian for Hannah Stanton, minor under age 14, Gideon Barlow of Mina was appointed guardian.

 

p. 301 – 6 Oct 1854.  On application of Mary Connell, minor over age 14, Peter Colgan of Pomfret was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 301 – 6 Oct 1854.  On application of Catharine Connell, mother and only relative of full age, for appointment of a guardian for Mary Catharine, John, and Margaret Connell, minors under age 14, Peter Colgan of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 302 – 28 Sep 1854.  On application of Amy Stanton, minor over age 14, Gideon Barlow of Mina was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 302 – 28 Oct 1854.  On application of Nancy Frank, mother of the minor children of David Frank deceased and with whom they reside, for appointment of a guardian for Joseph R. Frank and Laura M. Frank, minors under age 14, Emry Davis of Busti was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 303 – 11 Dec 1854.  On application of Marcia A. French, minor over age 14, John S. Crouch of Ellicott was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 303 – 4 Oct 1854.  On application of Hannah Sprague for appointment of a guardian for Jerome C. and Emma Ann Sprague, minors under age 14, notice was given to relative Mrs. Sage of a hearing 1 Nov 1854.

 

p. 303 – 1 Nov 1854.  On application of Hannah Sprague for appointment of a guardian for Jerome C. and Emma Ann Sprague, minors under age 14, Hannah Sprague of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 304 – 19 Mar 1855.  On application of Julia F. Willard, minor over age 14, Jesse B. Willard of Mina was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 304 – 13 Dec 1854.  On application of Polly Manly, mother, for appointment of a guardian for Mary Manly and Calvin Manly, minors under age 14, Polly Manly of Harmony was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 305 – 24 Mar 1855.  On application of Relief M. Wade, minor over age 14, Lewis N. Wade of Gerry was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 305 – 25 Dec 1854.  On application of Levi Van Vleck for appointment of a guardian for William B. French, Catharine M. French, John W. French, and Simon W. French, minors under age 14, notice was given to relatives Al??y French, Cornelius Wample, Volkut Wample, and Maria Crouch of a hearing 15 Jan 1855.

 

p. 305 – 15 Jan 1855.  On application of Levi Van Vleck for appointment of a guardian for William B. French, Catharine M. French, John W. French, and Simon W. French, minors under age 14, Levi Van Vleck of Ellicott was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 306 – 24 Mar 1855.  On application of Lydia Ann Carr?, minor over age 14, Reuben W. Parsons of Cherry Creek was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 306 – 3 Mar 1855.  On application of Mark Jones for appointment of a guardian for Albert Gifford Jones, minor under age 14, Mark Jones of Busti was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 307 – 2 Apr 1855.  On application of Harriet W., Belinda A., and Charles C. Carroll, minors over age 14, Joshua Jenkins of Kiantone was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 307 – 24 Mar 1855.  On application of Mead H. Ensign for appointment of a guardian for Fremont Alden, minor under age 14, other relatives having consented in writing, Mead H. Ensign of Sheridan was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 308 – 4 Apr 1855.  On application of Lydia S. Fisher, minor over age 14, John C. Griswold of Arkwright was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 308 – 4 Apr 1855.  On application of Sarah Heefford for appointed of a guardian for Sarah E. Heefford, minor under age 14, other relatives having consented in writing, Richard Reynolds of Portland was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 309 – 16 Apr 1855.  On application of George W. Fisher, minor over age 14, Alonzo A. Fisher of Charlotte was appointed his guardian.

 

p. 309 – 6 Jun 1855.  On application of Nicholas Bussing for appointment of a guardian for Jerome and Emma Ann Sprague, minors under age 14, Nicholas Bussing of Pomfret was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 311 – 8 May 1855.  On application of William W. Owen and Fernando C. Owen, minors over age 14, David R. Buxton of Hanover was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 311 – 18 Jun 1855.  On application of Betsey S. Bates for appointment of a guardian for Albert S. Bates, minor under age 14, other relatives having consented in writing, Betsey S. Bates of Ellington was appointed guardian.

 

p. 312 – 12 May 1855.  On application of Amanda Clements, minor over age 14, James Clements of Stockton was appointed her guardian.

 

p. 312 – 2 Jul 1855.  On application of Hoel Beadle for appointment of a guardian for Rhoda Beadle and Dudley H. Beadle, minors under age 14, Hoel Beadle of Westfield was appointed their guardian.

 

p. 313, Isaac Cheshire died 30 Apr 1851 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Elizabeth Cheshire of Pomfret, widow, consented that Charles Powell of town of Pomfret be joined with her in administration

Court 27 May 1851, value of estate $100, appointed administrator Elizabeth Cheshire and Charles Powell

Heirs and next of kin:  Children all of full age:  Maria Powell of Pomfret, Elizabeth Hamilton of Pomfret, Isaac Cheshire whose residence is unknown

Appraisers:  Daniel Bliss and George Leonard? of Pomfret

 

p. 314, Anthony Hamilton died 7 May 1851 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Elizabeth Hamilton of Pomfret, widow, consented that John Hamilton of Pomfret be joined with her in administration

Court 13 May 1851, value of estate $600, appointed administrator Elizabeth Hamilton and John Hamilton

Heirs and next of kin:  Children John C. Hamilton and George C. Hamilton of Pomfret, both minors under age 21

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 315, Hiram Arnold died 9 Apr 1851 in town of Portland

Petitioner:  Sally Arnold of Portland, widow, consented that George Arnold of Portland be joined with her in administration

Court 2 Jun 1851, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Sally Arnold and George Arnold

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Linas H. Arnold of full age, George M. Arnold, Franklin G. Arnold, Elisha Arnold and Hiram? D. Arnold, minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Deloss Hall and Joshua S. West

 

p. 316, Gardner Cleaveland died 22 Apr 1851 in town of Clymer

Petitioner:  Huldah D. Cleaveland of Clymer, widow, consented that Ira F. Gleason of Clymer be joined with her in administration

Court 11 Jun 1851, value of estate $1500, appointed administrator Huldah D. Cleaveland and Ira F. Gleason

Heirs and next of kin:  Kindred entitled to estate:  John Cleveland[sic], Gardner Cleaveland, Mary Rice wife of Hercules Rice, Frederick T. Brown, Betsey Freeman wife of Leonard B. Freeman, Lydia Tyler wife of John B. Tyler, Gardner Brown, and Dorcas Brown, all of full age, Jennett? Brown and Fernande Brown, minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Nathaniel Thompson and Silas Terry of Clymer

 

p. 317, Isaac Curtis died 7 May 1851 in town of Cherry Creek

Petitioner:  Lovisa Curtis of Cherry Creek, widow, consented that Noah Wheeler of Cherry Creek be joined with her as administrator

Court 13 Jun 1851, value of estate $225, appointed administrator Lovisa Curtis and Noah Wheeler

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Lovisa Hudson wife of William Hudson of Fredonia, Washington County, Wisconsin, Alvira Corwin wife of William Corwin of the same place, Sally Ann Rose wife of Lorin Rose and Susanna Curtis of Leon, Cattaraugus County, Chauncey Curtis of Stockton, all of full age, and Noah W. Curtis of Cherry Creek, minor under age 21

Appraisers:  Robert James and William Kilbourn of Cherry Creek

 

p. 318, Alvah Smith died 13 Jan 1850 in town of Hanover

Petitioner:  Julia Smith of Hanover, consented that Seth Groves of Hanover be joined with her in administration

Court 23 Jun 1851, value of estate $50, appointed administrator Julia Smith and Seth Groves

Heirs and next of kin:  Isaac Smith of Hanover, minor under age 21

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 319, Daniel S. Williams died in town of

Petitioner:  Sabrina L. Williams of Ellicott, widow, consented that Warner D. Shaw of Ellicott be joined with her in administration

Court 7 Jul 1851, value of estate $12,000, appointed administrator Sabrina L. Williams and Warner D. Shaw

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Jane Abel [sic] wife of Casper K. Abell [sic] and Juliette E. Williams, both minors under age 21

Appraisers:  Samuel Barret and Adolphus T. Hawley of Ellicott

 

p. 320, Samson Alton died in 1850 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Timothy Stillman of Pomfret, general guardian of William Alton, son of deceased

Court 16 Jul 1851, value of estate $200, appointed administrator Timothy Stillman

Heirs and next of kin:  Luther G. Alton, Joseph C. Alton, Walton Alton, Harriett Hall, Olive Fox, Fanny Abell, all of Pomfret, Nancy Stroebeck? of Clinton, Lenawee County, Michigan, all of full age, and William S. Alton, ward of the petitioner and minor under age 21

Appraisers:  John Langden and Edward Keyes of Pomfret

 

p. 321, William Love, resident of Hamburgh, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, died 30 Jun 1847 in Hamburgh, Mercer County, Pennsylvania

Petitioner:  Olive Love of Pomfret, widow

Court 17 Jul 1851, value of estate $300, appointed administrator Olive Love

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Jane Cooper wife of John Cooper, Asher Love of full age, Lewis M. Love, Alexander Love, and William Henry Love, minors under age 21, all of Pomfret

Appraisers:  None named

 

p. 322, William H. Smith died 27 Feb 1851 in town of Sheridan

Petitioner:  Caroline Smith of Sheridan, widow, consented that John J. Eacker of Sheridan be joined with her in administration

Court 5 Jul 1851, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Caroline Smith and John J. Eacker

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Caroline Smith, Charles Smith, Franklin H. Smith, Grant Smith, all minors under age 21, all of Sheridan

Appraisers:  John B. Keatch and Newton Smith of Sheridan

 

p. 323, Humphery Sherman died 17 Sep 1851 in town of Stockton

Petitioner:  Cordelia C. Sherman of Stockton, widow

Court 27 Sep 1851, value of estate $1000, appointed administrator Cordelia C. Sherman

Heirs and next of kin:  One child Humphery E. Sherman of Hanover, minor under age 21

Appraisers:  Harlo Crissey and Chauncey Warren of Stockton

 

p. 324, Gilbert Richmond died 29 Sep 1851 in town of Charlotte

Petitioner:  Joseph E. Kimball of Charlotte, guardian of the widow

Court 7 Oct 1851, value of estate $900, appointed administrator Joseph E. Kimball

Heirs and next of kin:  Widow Hellen K. Richmond of Charlotte, minor under age 21, and John A. Richmond of Charlotte, father of deceased

Appraisers:  Epinetus H. Sears and Alonzo Langworthy

 

p. 325, Pearly Young died 20 Oct 1850 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Polly Young of Ellery, widow

Court 29 Nov 1850, value of estate $1250, appointed administrator Polly Young

Heirs and next of kin:  Children Elvira Crandall wife of Jeremiah Crandall of Stockton, Mary Jane Young of Ellery of full age, Hiram Smith Young, George Russell Young, Hellen Ann Young, Reuben Young, Charles Edwin Young, Pearly Young, and Emily Fidelia Young, all of Ellery and all minors under age 21

Appraisers:  William Vorce and George J. Vanderoot of Ellery

 

p. 326, Lewis Thayer of Ellery died 29 Aug 1851 in town of Ellery

Petitioner:  Emily Thayer of Harmony, sister, consented that Elias Clark be joined with her in administration

Court 29 Sep 1850, value of estate $400, appointed administrator Emily Thayer and Elias Clark

Heirs and next of kin:  Petitioner of full age.  Children of a deceased sister:  Philinda M. Hartwell and William W. Hartwell, minors under age 21 of Steuben, Crawford County, Pennsylvania

Appraisers:  Derrick Van Wart and Smith N. Scofield of Ellery

 

p. 327, Horatio N. Arnold died 13 Sep 1850 in town of Chautauqua

Petitioner:  Amy Arnold of town of Chautauqua, widow

Court 6 Oct 1851, value of estate $2000, appointed administrator

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  George F. Arnold and Frank Arnold, minors under age 21 of town of Chautauqua

Appraisers:  Normandy Evans and Willard Wood of Chautauqua

 

p. 328, Patrick Shaw died 16 Apr 1851 in town of Pomfret

Petitioner:  Catharine Shaw of Pomfret, widow, consented that Oscar W. Johnson and Haiman S. Stearns of Pomfret be joined with her in administration

Court 9 Oct 1851, value of estate $500, appointed administrator Catharine Shaw, Oscar W. Johnson, and Haiman S. Stearns

Heirs and next of kin:  Children:  Frank Shaw, Ann Jane Shaw, James Shaw, Sally Shaw, and John Shaw, all minors under age 21 of Pomfret

Appraisers:  John Adams and Ira Risley

 

p. 329 – 4 Dec 1843.  Court ordered Roswell C. Nichols, administrator of the estate of Fenn C. Woodruff late of Pomfret deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor that all claims against the estate should be presented to Elisha Norton in Pomfret.

 

p. 329 – 31 Jan 1844.  Court ordered Thompson S. Brown and Samuel Brown, administrators of the estate of Samuel Brown late of Pomfret deceased, to publish notice in the Dunkirk Beacon that all claims against the estate should be presented to Hanson A. Risley, Esq, in Dunkirk.

 

p. 329 – 31 Jan 1844.  Court allowed the claim of James White administrator for $556 against the estate of James White deceased.

 

p. 329 – 5 Feb 1844.  Asa Pierce late of Pomfret at his death owed $740 to Charles M. Reed for rent of the premises occupied by him at the time of his death.  John Crane, Reed’s agent, offered to receive furniture on the premises as payment.  On application of John Samson, one of the administrators of the estate, court approved the settlement.

 

p. 330 – 17 Feb 1844.  Court ordered George Irvine, administrator of the estate of James Keesler late of the town of Chautauqua, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel and in the Democrat, a newspaper printed in Orange County, New York.

 

p. 330 – 16 Apr 1844.  Court ordered Lucius Cook and William Green, executors of the estate of Jared Pearson late of Sherman deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Messenger.

 

p. 331 – 27 Apr 1844.  Court ordered Sylvia Holbrook, administratrix of the estate of Freeman Holbrook late of Poland deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 331 – 29 Apr 1844.  W. G. Wolcott, creditor of Isaac Van Dresser deceased, made application for an order against Stephen Van Dresser executor of the last will and testament, to show why the debt has not been paid.  Court issued a citation to Stephen Van Dresser to appear 17 Jun 1844.

 

p. 331 – 30 Apr 1844.  Court ordered Sarah Bradly executrix and George Bradly executor of the estate of Roswell Bradly late of Pomfret deceased to publish notice in the Dunkirk Beacon.

 

p. 334 – 14 Jun 1842.  Estate of Arba Blodget was divided according to his will, by Emry Davis, Josiah Palmiter, and Robert? Cummings.  Personal property was divided among to the widow, Lucina Langdon, Mary Ann Blodget, Clarissa M. Blodget, Adelia E. Blodget, Sylvia Blodget, Louis M. Blodget, Lorin Blodget, and William Blodget.  Real estate was apportioned to Babe? Bebe? Van Dusen? Van Dunn? Van Quinn? (formerly Babe? Bebe? Blodget), Lucinda Langdon, Mary Ann Blodget, Clarissa M. Blodget, Adelia Blodget, Sylvia Blodget, Louis M. Blodget, Loring Blodget, William Blodget.  Adjoining landowners were William Bullock, the heirs of Richard B. Miller, Cyrenus? Blodget, Jared? Fairham.  Surveyor A. H. Davis.

 

p. 336 – 12 Apr 1845.  Court ordered Lydia Crumb, executrix of the last will of Waitstill? Crumb late of Cherry Creek deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 336 – 22 Apr 1845.  Court ordered Alpheus F. Hawley, John B. Hawley, and Keziah Hawley, administrators and administratrix of the estate of Alphius? Hawley late of Ellicott deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 336 – 9 Sep 1844.  Court ordered Joshua Birch and Alfred Baker, administrators of the estate of James Birch late of the town of Chautauqua deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 337 – 11 Aug 1845.  Court ordered Dorothy Owen and Tubal C. Owen, administrators of the estate of Fernando C. Owen late of Hanover deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 337 – 21 Nov 1845.  Court ordered Robert Lenox, administrator of the estate of James Heath late of Gerry, deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 337 – 15 Jan 1846.  Court ordered Elias Clark and Martha Aldrich, administrators of the estate of Moses Aldrich late of Ellery deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 338 – 19 Jan 1846.  Court ordered Olive Case and William Case, administrators of the estate of William J. Case late of Portland deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 338 – 8 Jul 1846.  Court ordered Julius Alvord and Erastus C. Hall, administrators of the estate of Ellis W. Doty deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 338 – 1 Aug 1846.  Court ordered Jeremiah Mann and George Goodrich, administrators of the estate of Elazer Hills late of Ripley deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 338 – 24 Jun 1846.  Court ordered Benjamin Hiller, administrator of the estate of John Hiller late of Hanover deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 339 – 16 Jul 1846.  Court ordered Candice Skinner, Platt S. Osborne, and Charles Ross, administrators of the estate of Solomon Skinner late of Sherman deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 339 – 10 Aug 1846.  Court ordered Pearl C. Kimball and Lawrence E. Shattuck, executors of the estate of Pliny Shattuck deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 340 – 18 Feb 1845.  Joshua Birch, one of the administrators of the estate of James Birch late of town of Chautauqua deceased, petitioned for payment of his claim against the estate of James Birch.  Court issued citations to the heirs and next of kin to appear for the proving of the claim 10 Mar 1845.

 

p. 340 – 10 Mar 1845.  In the matter of the claim of Joshua Birch against the estate of James Birch, citations had been issued to Rachel Cheney wife of Alfred Cheney, Minerva Hoag, Marietta Birch, and Telemachus Birch, heirs and next of kin of deceased.  Telemachus Birch did not appear; the others were represented by Madison Burnell their counsel to contest the claim.  Charles Gudenough testified.  Proceedings were adjourned until 26 May 1845.

 

p. 340 – 26 May 1845.  In the matter of the claim of Joshua Birch against the estate of James Birch, hearing was adjourned until 25 Jul 1845.

 

p. 341 – 25 Jul 1845.  In the matter of the claim of Joshua Birch against the estate of James Birch, hearing was adjourned until 10 Sep 1845.

 

p. 341 – 10 Sep 1845.  In the matter of the claim of Joshua Birch against the estate of James Birch, trial continued 10-13 Sep 1845.  On 24 Sep 1845 court allowed part of the claim against the estate and disallowed the rest.

 

p. 341 – 15 Jun 1846.  Benjamin Hiller, administrator of the estate of John Hiller late of Hanover deceased, petitioned for payment of his claim against the estate of John Hiller.  Court issued citations to the heirs and next of kin to appear for the proving of the claim 12 Aug 1846.

 

p. 342 – 12 Aug 1845.  In the matter of the claim of Benjamin Hiller against the estate of John Hiller, citations had been issued to Maria Hiller widow of the deceased, Elizabeth Hiller, Catharine Hiller, John J. Hiller, Nicholas Hiller, Jacob Hiller, Richard Hiller, Polly Ottman and her husband William Ottman.  John J. Hiller and Nicholas Hiller opposed payment of the claim.  On 18 Aug 1846 court allowed part of the claim and disallowed the rest.

 

p. 342 – 1 Jul 1846.  Jeremiah Mann and George Goodrich, who were appointed 1 Oct 1843 to be administrators of the estate of Eleazer Hills deceased, petitioned for an order to publish notice to creditors of the estate of Eleazer Hills.  The deceased at the time of his death owed debts in Chautauqua County, New York and Erie County, Pennsylvania.

 

p. 342 – 14 Dec 1846.  Court ordered Mary Carroll, administratrix of the estate of Stephen S. Carroll late of Carroll deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 343 – 2 Oct 1846.  Charles Corry, administrator of the estate of Warren Cory deceased, petitioned for payment of his claim against the estate.  Court issued citations to the heirs and next of kin to appear for proving of the claim 16 Nov 1846.

 

p. 343 – 16 Nov 1846.  In the matter of the claim of Charles Corry against the estate of Warren Corry, court allowed the claim.

 

p. 343 – 10 Jan 1847.  Court ordered Newell Gould, administrator of the estate of Daniel Gould deceased, to publish notice in the Frontier Express.

 

p. 343 – 10 Mar 1847.  Court ordered Caroline Gage, administratrix of the estate of Parker Gage late of Hanover deceased, to publish notice in the Irving Democrat that all claims against the estate should be presented to C. R. Leland, agent of the administratrix.

 

p. 344 – 23 Mar 1847.  Court ordered Zenas Farrington and Lorenzo G.? Button, administrators of the estate of Elias Button late of Clymer deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 344 – 1 Feb 1847.  On hearing proof from William Martin, administrator of the estate of Aaron Martin deceased, of his claim against the estate, court allowed the claim.

 

p. 344 – 14 Jun 1847.  Court ordered Anna Chapman and Hiram Chapman, administrators of the estate of Thomas Chapman late of Sheridan deceased, to publish notice in the Frontier Express.

 

p. 345 – 22 Jun 1847.  Court ordered David H. Taylor and Thomas J. McCamber, executors of the estate of Jonathan H. Taylor late of Westfield deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Messenger.

 

p. 345 – 6 Sep 1847.  Court ordered Daniel Loomis, administrator of the estate of Daniel Young late of Harmony deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 345 – 27 Sep 1847.  Court ordered Orson Stiles, administrator of the estate of Reuben Nash late of Hanover deceased, to publish notice in the Irving Democrat.

 

p. 346 – 8 Feb 1848.  Court ordered Henry B. Benjamin, administrator of the estate of Porter S. Benjamin, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 346 – 28 Mar 1848.  Court ordered John B. Dinsmon? Dinsmore?, represented by his attorney Selden Marvin in the administration of the estate of Anson Goodrich deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Messenger.

 

p. 347 – 25 May 1848.  Court ordered Elanor Truland? Freeland?, administratrix of the estate of James Ross late of Hanover deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.  Claimants should present vouchers to her attorney Orson Stiles at his office in Irving.

 

p. 347 – 10 Jun 1848.  On petition of Salmon? Hanford, executor of the estate of Philo Hanford late of Hanover deceased, court allowed a further time of four months to return an inventory of the personal property of the deceased.

 

p. 348 – 22 May 1848.  Court ordered Rufus Jones, administrator of the estate of Joseph Kenyon deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 348 – 18 Aug 1847.  Court ordered Daniel Loomis, administrator of the estate of Daniel Young late of Harmony deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 349 – 27 Sep 1847.  Court ordered Orson Stiles, administrator of the estate of Reuben Nash late of Hanover deceased, to publish notice in the Irving Democrat.

 

p. 349 – 13 Dec 1847.  Court ordered Lemi Bartholomew and James Johnson, administrators of the estate of Lemuel Thayer deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 350 – 20 Dec 1847.  Court ordered Jeremiah Mann, administrator of estate of Henry J. Shaver, to publish notice in the Westfield Messenger.

 

p. 350 – 15 Mar 1848.  Court ordered Alanson Herriman, administrator of the estate of Austin Giles deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 351 – 10 Apr 1848.  Court ordered William H. Fenton, administrator of the estate of William Rogers deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 351 – 20 Jun 1848.  Court ordered Daniel B. Parsons, executor of the estate of Salmon Munger deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Express.

 

p. 352 – 6 Jul 1848.  Stephen Bushee, one of the sureties of Braton Bushee, administrator of the estate of Anthony Bushee, petitioned to be released from further responsibility.  Court issued a citation to Braton Bushee to appear 24 Jul 1848 to give new sureties.

 

p. 353 – 24 Jul 1848.  Stephen Bushee, one of the sureties in the bond of Braton Bushee, appeared and proved that Braton Bushee, administrator of the estate of Anthony Bushee deceased, had sold property and appropriated the proceeds for his own benefit.  Stephen Bushee was discharged from all further liability.

 

p. 353 – 25 Sep 1848.  Court ordered Levi Baldwin, executor of the estate of Benjamin Perry late of Arkwright deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 354 – 9 Oct 1848.  Court ordered Lorrel Nichols, executor of the estate of David Royce late of Ripley deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Messenger.

 

p. 354 – 10 Oct 1848.  Court ordered Olive Howard, executrix of the estate of Zephaniah Howard late of the town of Chautuaqua deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 355 – 8 Nov 1847.  On application of Rufus Jones, one of the administrators of the estate of Joseph Kenyon deceased, Albert Jones and Stephen J. Green of Ellicott were appointed to appraise the estate.

 

p. 355 – 17 Oct 1848.  Laura Willoughby, widow of Bethel Willoughby late of Sheridan deceased, petitioned to set aside the appraisal and inventory of the estate.  Court issued a citation to executor Asahel Camp to appear 20 Nov 1848 to show why petition should not be granted.  Citations also issued to all heirs and next of kin.

 

p. 356 – 20 Nov 1848.  On application of William Thomas Wilson, administrator of the estate of Preserved J. Corbin deceased, court appointed Elijah Dewey of Hanover to be one of the appraisers of the estate in place of Milton Webster who declined to serve.  Court issued notice to Elijah Dewey.

 

p. 356 – 20 Nov 1848.  Court ordered Otis Harris, executor of the estate of John O. Harris late of Ellery deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 357 – 20 Nov 1848.  Laura Willoughby, widow of Bethel Willoughby late of Sheridan deceased, represented by her counsel Albert Richmond, petitioned to set aside the appraisal and inventory of her late husband’s estate, claiming that she had not received appropriate personal property from the estate based on the law of 1843.  Asahel Camp, executor of the estate of Bethel Willoughby, was represented by his counsel Chester Howe.  Court ordered that more personal property be granted to the widow.

 

p. 358 – 19 Feb 1849.  Court ordered Emory F. Warren, administrator of the estate of  Reuben Munger deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 358 – 19 Feb 1849.  Court issued notice to Oliver Carpenter of Ellery that he had been appointed as appraiser of the estate of Ludwich Herring deceased to replace David T. Lesher, who left the county without performing his duties.

 

p. 358 – 30 Jan 1849.  Court ordered George Hall, administrator of the estate of Levi Minegar deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Messenger.

 

p. 359 – 20 Mar 1849.  Court ordered Lafayette Chesley, executor of the estate of Jonathan Chesley deceased, to publish notice in the Westfield Messenger.

 

p. 359 – 19 May 1849.  Court ordered Philip S. Cottle, administrator of the estate of Eber Maltby deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Express.

 

p. 359 – 19 May 1849.  Court ordered Philip S. Cottle, administrator of the estate of William Smith deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Express.

 

p. 360 – 22 May 1849.  Court ordered Barnabas C. Brownel, administrator of the estate of Telemachus Birch deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 360 – 18 Jun 1849.  Court ordered Augustus F. Allen, administrator of the estate of Abner H. Allen deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 360 – 10 Jul 1849.  Court ordered Samuel Perry, one of the executors of the estate of Joshua Burch late of the town of Chautauqua deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 361 – 16 Jul 1849.  Court ordered Stukely Ellsworth, administrator of the estate of Waterman Ellsworth deceased, to publish notice in the Mayville Sentinel.

 

p. 361 – 23 Jul 1849.  Court ordered William H. Fenton, executor of the estate of William Reynolds deceased, to publish notice in the Jamestown Journal.

 

p. 362 – 20 Aug 1849.  Court ordered Jane W. Thos Wilson and Jane A. Corbin, executors of the estate of Preserved J. Corbin deceased, to publish notice in the Silver Creek Mail.

 

p. 362 – 27 Aug 1849.  Court ordered Eli Roberts, executor of the estate of Elijah Deland deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

p. 362 – 18 Mar 1850.  Court ordered James J. Pettit, executor of the estate of James Pettit deceased, to publish notice in the Fredonia Censor.

 

End of volume 2 of Chautauqua County Proceedings of Administration