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John HEYSER dec'd

August 1825 p 34

John Sides, decíd,

August 1825 p 34

I acknowledge to have recíd of Abm. Barr Junr. Admr. Of John Sides decíd, the sum of Seven hundred & thirty seven dollars & 78 1/2 cents, the balance due by him on his Admr. Acct., & am therefore satisfied that the said Abm Barr Jr shall be discharged from the further Admr of said estate. Whereupon the Court have discharged him from his Admr. Witness Present Daniel Eckman, Martin Groff--------Sarah Sides, Guardian of Barbara Sides------

BARR, Christian

pg 52 sept 1825

Micheal B. Barr & Christian BarrExec of Christian of Bart - Admin Account

Ulrich EVERLY

pg 69

John PATTERSON

pg 69

abstract

on petition of Robert Patterson admin of John Patterson late of Colerain twp dec'd

the said died intestate Feb 1825 living issue 6 children

did not leave personal property sufficent to cover debts

had tract of land in Colerain bounded by Andrew Barclay dec'd, William Conkle, Gen. James Steele

165 acres

prays to sell land to pay debts

Daniel SUMMY

pg 69

SCOTT, Francis

Nov 1825 page 74

Petition of Wm Scott , admin of Francis Scott the the intestate left issue seven children to wit : Eleanor, William, Mary, Eliza, Armstrong, Jane Jeanette, and Francis Personal property insufficient to pay debts Had land in Little Britain twp., 100 acres Joining lands of petitioner, Joseph Lynch & others Also containing a cooper shop and several out houses Land to be sold at public sale

Benjamin MILLER

page 105

John PATTERSON

page 105

order of Sale continued to Orphans Court in March next

James PATTERSON

page 105

abstract

Robert Patterson eldest son of James Patterson dec'd late of Little Britain twp

comes into open court and accepts purpart No 1 (see anti Page 88)

James Patterson second son of James Patterson said dec'd

comes into open court and accepts purpart No2 at valuation of Court on 3 Dec (see anti Page 88 &C)

Paying respective shares to widow and heirs on or before April 1827 with interest from April 1826

Robert Patterson tent in 3340

Alexander Ewing tent in 3340

James Petterson tent in 3300

Robert Black tent in 3300

REYNOLDS, Emanuel

Dec 1825 pg 106

Petition of Able Kinsey Admin of Emanuel Reynolds late of Little Britain township, Emanuel died intestate left issue eight children to wit; Eli, Hannah, Mary , Sarah, Nathan, Henry, Emanuel & Ann Murry now widow of Absolom Murry all who have arrived at the age of 21. Personal estate insufficient to pay debts. Died with lot in Little Britain bounded by lands of John & Able Kinsey & others 130 acres Also another tract in Little Britain 20 acres bounded by lands of Jacob Kirk Samuel Cole & others Land to be sold at public sale

REYNOLDS, Emanuel

Dec 1825 page 106

Report of Admin on land sold Lot one 127 acres unpatented land to Emanuel & Henry Reynolds, sons of the intestate for 11.5 an acre Lot two 20 acres patented land tp Josiah Reynolds at 14.50 an acre Being the highest bidders

BEAR, David

pg 123 feb 1826

petition of Emanual Swope affidavit filed Guardian of David, Mary, Emanuel, Leah and Lydia minor children of fredrick and Mary his wife - money from estate going to father Fred as admin of Mary Swope and emanuel wants released from guardian and the father appointed granted

Robert PENNEL

dec'd At the instance of John BARCLAY & Mary his wife It is ordered by the court, that a citation issue to John BALANCE one of the executors of Robert Pennell dec'd to appear in this court on the 3d Monday in March next at 10 o clock am to settle &?pass his administration account on the estate of said dec'd, and abide the judgement of the court thereon."

page 125, Feb 1826

James PATTERSON

Page 125 ,Feb 1826

dec'd, Proof being made of the Rule of this court of the 2d inst on all the Heirs & legal Representatives of James Patterson dec'd for which see affidavidit made on the rule. And none of the heirs appearing but David CLENENDENIN who intermarried with Mary one of the daughters of the deceased , the property not yet accepted viz:purpart No. 3 of the Inquisition, is accepted by him in right of his said wife at the valuation & apprasiment there of as ?confismce by this court on the 3d of December 1825(anti page 88) Whereupon the court confirm the same to him, his heirs, & assigns in fee, upon his paying or securing to be paid to the Widow & legal Representatives of the said dec'd, their several & respective shares of & in the valuation money of the said real estate, so accepted by him, on or before the first day of April A.D. 1827 with interest for the same, from the 1st day of April 1826.

David Clendendin tent in $770.

Robert Patterson tent in $770.

To Walter Franklin Esqr. Presiding Judge of the orphans court, & his successors in office, for the use of all persons interested in the estate of said estate

March 26, 1824, Misc. Bk. 1822-1825, p. 306

BARR, Christian

pg 129

M.B. Barr & Christian Barr Admin of Christian Admin account

BEAR, Martin

pg 137

Petition of Joseph & Henry Bear minor children of Martin late of Elizabeth (Mason) minors above 14 choose John Sharp of Elizabeth(Mason) guardian granted

John PATTERSON

March 1826 pg 144

abstract

Pursuant to earlier order for admin Robert Patterson to sell land of John Patterson dec'd in Colerain twp

land was sold to Robert Rea of Little Britain township for sum of 502.00

Robert Patterson tent in $1048

Abraham Herr tent in $1048.

Jacob REYNOLDS

March 1826 pg 144

At the insistance of W. Hopkins esq on behalf of Eli & Hannah Reynoldss 2 of the heirs & Letatees of Jacob Reynolds late of Little Britain twp dec'd It is ordered by the court that a citation issued to Morris Reynolds Admin

to file in the registars office admin. account

John PATTERSON

June 1826 pg 185

abstract

Robert Patterson admin for John Patterson of Colerain twp dec'd files admin account

is to be distributed according to law

on montion of E. Wright esq. The court appoints James M Quigg, James McClure & Daniel Eckman to settle and adjust rates & proportions of the remaining assests due and payable to the respective creditors

James ROBINSON

June 1826 pg 185

abstract

John Robison Jun & James Ankrim admin. of James Robinson late of Martick twp dec'd

produce admin account balance $456.00

John Sides, decíd,

August 1826 p. 211

The account of Sarah Sides Widow & relict of John Sides, late of Bart township decíd, for the maintenance Act. of Abraham, Elizabeth, Peter, & Benjamin Sides minor Children of said decíd, from the time of the decease of the said John Sides on the 15th of August A.D. 1823 to the 15th of August A.D. 1826,

Abraham Sides who was 8 years of age on the 25th day of November A.D. 1822 at $50 a year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150.00

Elizabeth Sides who was 6 years of age on the 30th Sept. 1822 at $40 . . . . . . . . . 120.00

Peter Sides who was 3 years of age on the 17th, April 1820 at $40 . . . . . . . . . . . . 40.00

Benjamin Sides who was of the age of 10 mo. & 20d. at the time of his Fatherís decease at $40 a year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120.00

To the truth of the facts above stated said Sarah Sides was duly affirmed, Total $510.00

Presented & Court direct notice to be given to John Keports & Benjamin Graff Testamentary Guardians of the said Minor Children, why the same should not be allowed on the 18th day of September next at 10 oClock A.M. 1827 October 20th argued & allowed (see act. etc. filed as of this day)

John MAXWELL

October 1826

dec'd, on the petion of Abby Ann Maxwell Widow of John Maxwell late of Drumore township dec'd "setting forth" That the petitioners late husband left issue one Child named Robert Smith Maxwell now of the age of two years, and prays the court to appoint a suitable person as his guardian during his minority, petition read, & the court appoint a the said Abby Jane Maxwell as his guardian

Jacob Sherk

Oct 1826

William SLAYMAKER

Oct 1826

only have partial copy

on petition of Wm M. Salymaker oldest son of William Slaymaker Esq dec'd late of Strasburg twp

setting forth that the said William Slaymaker lately died intestate

leaving no widow

but leaving 7 children

Viz Rachel married David Kendrick

Elizabeth married James Braden

Wm M. (petitioner)

Sample

Fredrick W.

Jane married Jacob Offner

Joseph RATHFON

Nov 1826 pg 261

Report of Auditors read & confirmed

William STEELE

Nov 1826 pg 261

At the instance of Lydia R. Bailey dau of William Steele late of Drumore twp Lancaster County dec'd

It is ordered by the court that a citation issue to Hugh McCullough & John Long admin , with the will annexed of said William Steele dec'd

directing them to settle the estate and produce admin account

Hugh STEWART

Nov 1826 pg 261

on petition of Matilda Stewart & Haslet Stewart minor children of Hugh Stewart dec'd setting forth that they are minor children above 14 years of age & have no guardian Pray for court their brother Hugh Alexander Stewart as their guardian

guardian appointed as prayed for

William STEELE

March 1827 pg 320

abstract

Hugh McCullough & John Long file admin account of William Steele dec'd $235.04 bal to be distributed agreeable to law

William SMITH

March 1827 pg 320

Henry SAUDER

March 1827 pg 320

BARR, Martin

pg 336

MARTIN BARR dec'd, On the Petition of Martin Barr one of the Adm. That the said Intestate left issue nine children & one grand child seven of whom are yet in their minority; that the personal estate of the said intestate is insufficient for the payment of his debts as by the statement produced with the Petition appears; And that the said intestate died seized in his demesne as of fee, of & (?) in a certain lot of ground situate in Martick township adjoining lands of David Herr & Henry Eberly & other adjoining lands of Henry Whitestick, Michael Shenck & others. Containing seven acres & 20 perches; Also a certain other lot situate in Drumore township adjoining lands of James Collins, Jacob Barr's & others containing Sixteen acres & 110 perches; And praying the Court to grant the Administrators an order to make sale of the said several lots, with the appurtenances, for the payment of the debts & the maintenance & education of the minor Children of the said Intestate; to the truth of the facts above stated said Adm. was duly affirmed in Open Court. It is ordered by the Court that the Adm. of the said dec'd, do expose to public sale the Real Estate of said dec'd as aforesaid, on Monday the 4th day of June 1827 at 10 o'clock a.m. at the Tavern house of Jacob Newswenger in Martick township. Terms purchase money to be paid on the 1st of April 1828 with interest; that due and legal notice be given of the time & place of sale, & that report of said proceedings be made to this Court on the third Monday in June 1827 (18th).

BARR, Martin

pg 355

order of sale and Admin read and cont..

BARR, Martin

Sept. 1827 pg 392

MARTIN BARR dec'd, On the Petition of Anne Barr Widow & relict (?) Petitions husband left two Children, to wit, Fanny & Benjamin minors under the age of 14 years, & prays the Court to appoint Daniel Beacher (Bleacher?) as their Guardian. And on the Petition of John, Christian, Simon & Anne sons & daughter of the said dec'd above the age of 14 years, praying the Court to appoint David Barr as their Guardian. Petition's read and Guardians appointed as prayed for. Report of Continuance of Order of sale read and filed

BEAR, John

pg 392

Petition of David Hackman intermarried with Susanna Bear one of the daughters of John Late of Elizabeth died with 2 tracts of land left widow named Ann and 6 children Susannah intermarried with David Hackman, petitioner, Mary intermarried with Samuel Brubaker, , Elizabeth, Fanny, Leah and Isaac Elizabeth, Fanny minors above 14 Inquest to view land

BEAR, Jacob

pg 427

petition of Martin minor son of Jacob of Bart above 14 has no guardian want John Mowrer granted Petion of Elizabeth widow of said dec'd David Barr oldest son , John Mowrer intermarried with Christianna and John Mowrer as guardian of Martin They want land viewed Jacob died with widow & 4children

BEAR, John

pg 429

division of above land

WILLIAM BLAIR

452

died intestate with 4 children John Hannah William and Eliza all under 14 Jacob Frantz (Miller) appointed guardian

BEAR, John

pg 452

sale of above land

BEAR, Jacob

pg 453

petition of widow Elizabeth land view divided by 2 parts

BARR, Martin

pg 454

MARTIN BARR dec'd, On the Petition of Hannah Barr Widow & relict of Isaac Barr late of Bart township in said County dec'd, "Setting forth", that the Petitioner's husband (who was the son of Martin Barr late of said township dec'd), left issue one child, to wit, Mary Isabel Barr a minor under 14 years, and prays the Court to appoint David Barr as her Guardian. Petition read & Guardian appointed as prayed for. On the Petition of Anne Barr Widow of Martin Barr late of Bart township, Martin Barr, oldest son of said dec'd, John, Christian & Simon Barr minor sons & Anne Barr a minor daughter by their Guardian David Barr, Mary Isabel Barr a minor grand daughter said dec'd & daughter of Isaac Barr a son of said dec'd by her guardian David Barr, Benjamin Barr another minor son & Fanny Barr a minor daughter by their guardian Daniel Bleelcher (?), Mary Barr oldest daughter who is intermarried with Daniel Bleetcher & Susan Barr the second daughter of said dec'd, "Setting forth", That the said Martin Barr died intestate on or about the 11th day of December 1826 leaving a Widow & issue as aforesaid, & that the said intestate died seized in his demesne as of fee, of & in a certain tract of land situate in said township & County aforesaid, containing about Forty acres & three quarters of an acre, adjoining lands of Jacob Barr, John Lefever & others, the improvements whereon consist of a stone house & barn, wash house etc. And pray the Court to appoint & order Henry Brenneman Sen., and Henry Brenneman Jun., Christian Herr, Henry Groff, Simon Groff, Jacob Denlinger & John Keyports seven men who have been indifferently chosen on behalf & with the consent of the Petitioners to make paitition (?) of the premises aforesaid to & among the Widow & children & representatives of the said Intestate etc. It is ordered, by the Court, that the said seven Men do forthwith view the said premises, & make partition there of between the Widow & children & representatives of said dec'd, if the same can be done without prejudice to & spoiling of the whole. But, if they find that the same cannot be so divided, that they the inquire & report whether the said premises will conveniently accommodate more than one of the said children or representatives without prejudice to & spoiling of the whole. And, if the so find that they ascertain & report, how many the same will as aforesaid accommodate, describing each _______ by metes & bounds, & returning a just valuation & appraisment thereof. But, in case partition cannot be made between all the Children & representatives aforesaid nor the said premises accommodate more than one of the Children or representatives that they then value & appraise the whole premises agreeably to Law; that legal notice of the time & place of holding such Inquisition, be given to all the parties interested, and their legal representatives, that they may be present, of they think proper & that ______ of the said proceedings be made to this Court on the 3d. Monday in January next.

BARR, Martin

January 1828 pg 474

MARTIN BARR dec'd Pursuant to an Order of this Court of the 24th day of December A.D. 1827 Directing Henry Brenneman Sen., Henry Brenneman Jun., Christian Herr, Henry Groff, Simon Groff, Jacob Denlinger & John Keyports seven Men indifferently chosen on behalf & with consent of the representatives of Martin Barr Late of Bart township dec'd; to view etc. the real estate of said dec'd; one of said Men, to wit, Simon Groff not attending Jacob Neff was by the mutual agreement & consent of all the heirs & legal representatives of said dec'd, substituted in his stead. "Said Men now report", that having been sworn and affirmed according to Law, they did on the 29th day of December 1827 view the premises in the said order mentioned, that is to say a plantation or tract of land situate in Bart township & County aforesaid containing about Forty acres & 3/4 of an acre, adjoining lands of Jacob Barr, John Lefever & others, the improvements whereon consist of a stone dwelling house & barn, wash house etc. And did find that the same premises cannot be divided & partitioned between all the children & legal representatives of the said Martin Barr dec'd without prejudice to & spoiling of the whole, & finding that the same cannot be so divided, they have inquired whether the same premises will conveniently accommodate more that one of the children & legal representatives of the said dec'd without prejudice to & spoiling of the whole, & do find that the same premises cannot be partitioned & divided & will not conveniently accommodate more than one of the children & legal representatives without prejudice to & spoiling of the whole, they do therefore value & appraise the said 40 acres & 3/4 of an acre, the real estate of the said dec'd at & for the sum of Sixty two dollars per acre amounting to Five thousand five hundred twenty six dollars 50 cents lawful money of the United States. Which Inquisition being read, was confirmed by the Court. Same day Martin Barr oldest son of the said dec'd, appears in Open Court & accepts the real estate of said dec'd, as aforesaid, at the valuation & appraisement thereof as aforesaid. Whereupon the Court confirm the same to him, his heirs & assigns in fee, upon his paying or securing to be paid to the Widow & legal representatives of the said dec'd their several & respective shares of & in the valuation money, after deducting therefrom so much as may be necessary for the payment of the just debts of the dec'd; of the said Real estate, so accepted by him, on or before the 21st day of January A.D. 1829 with interest for the same the 21st day of January 1828.

Martin Barr tent (?) in $5053.00

David Barr tent (?) in $5053.00

To Walter Franklin Esq. presiding judge of the Orphans Court, this successors in Office, for the use of all persons interested.

Order of sale continued to Saturday the 9th day of February next.

BEAR, Ephraim

494

BARR, Martin

March 1828 pg 503

MARTIN BARR dec'd, Pursuant to an Order of this Court of the 24th day of April Administrators of Martin Barr late of Bart township in said County dec'd, to expose to public sale the real estate of said dec'd consisting of & in a certain lot of ground situate in Martick township adjoining lands of David Herr, Henry Eberly & others containing Fifteen acres and 85 perches. Also a certain other lot situate in said township adjoining lands of Henry Whitestick, Michael Shenk & others containing 7 acres & 2 perches. Also a certain other lot situate in Drumore township adjoining land of James Collins, Jacob Barr & other containing 16 acres & 110 perches. "Said Admrs. now report, "That in pursuance of the said Order of Court, having given due & legal notice of the time & place of sale, they did expose the premises therein mentioned to public sale & sold No. 1 containing 15 ac. & 85 prs. strict measure to Joseph Shoub for Sixteen dollars 51 cents per acre. No. 2 containing 7 ac. & 20 prs. strict measure to Martin Herr for ten dollars & 39 cents per acre. No. 3 containing 16 ac. & 110 perches to Michael B. Barr for three dollars & 50 cents per acre, they being the highest & best bidders & that the highest & best price bidden for the same. Which report being read. The Court confers the sales of the premises sold to the several & respective purchases, to them, their heirs and assigns forever in fee, as fully as the said intestate had & held in the same immediately before & at the time of his death. Subject & liable to the payment of the purchase money.

Martin Barr tent (?) in $625.18

BEAR, Jacob

pg 504

Martins land sold 1 part to elizabeth one to Martin Barr of Bart

John Sides decíd,

April 1828 p. 521

The Account of Sarah Sides Widow & relict of John Sides, late of Bart township decíd, for the maintenance etc. of Abraham, Elizabeth, Peter and Benjamin Sides minor children of said decíd, from the 15th day of August A.D. 1826 to the 1st day of February A.D. 1828 . Abraham Sides, who was 12 years of age on the 30th of November A.D. 1826 at $50 a year $72.88. Elizabeth Sides, 10 years of age on the 30th of September A.D. 1826, at $40 per year $58.31. Peter Sides 9 years of age on the 17th of April A.D. 1827 at $40 per year 58.31. Benjamin Sides who was of the age of 10 months & 20 days at the time of his Fatherís decease, at $40 a year $58.31. Total $247.81. To the truth of the facts above stated said Sarah Sides was duly affirmed. Presented & the Court order notice to be given to John Keeports & Benjamin Graff Testamentary guardians of the minor children above mentioned, why the same should not be allowed on the 3d Monday in June next at 10 oClock A.M.

Jacob STRICKLER

April 1828 pg 521


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