On the petition of Jacob Hensel & Philip Benedict Admin. for George Hensel dec'd late of the city of Lancaster. The estate of said dec'd which was confirmed by court March 15, 1830
balance of 602.21
assigned 423.76 to M. Hensel ?Sr. who died sept 14, 1842 leaving 153.45
discription of dec'd property
widow Catherine Children Sarah married to George Albright, Mary married to John Erisman, Harriet, Adeline, Elizabeth, all of age
George Trimble decd. The Petition of John Long administrator of George Trimble late of Drumore Twp, Lancaster County, decd. Setting forth that the said George Trimble died intestate January 18, 1839 leaving a widow named Nancy and ten children, one of whom named Mary, about 14 years of age died in September 1842: and three of the nine living are yet minors viz: Archibald, Robert and Samuel C. That the inventory of the personal estate of the intestate amounted to $1123.80. The advance of sales was $35.28. The amount received from Hopkins & Brooks beyond the amount inventoried against them $42.33 1/2 and also moneys not inventoried amounting to the sum of $146.73. Interest in John Alexanders overdue bill was also received amounting to 00.35 amounting together to the sum of $1348.44 1/2. accountant had made payments and expenses together to the sum of $896.45 1/2. In February 1829 the intestate bought from James Good & Robert Jenkins acting under the firm of Good & Jenkins a tract of land in said township containing about 100 acres at $4 per acre. he received no deed and there is payable for the same yet about $650.-- The said tract of land is in Drumore twp adjoining lands of James Hopkins heirs, said Good & Jenkins and others on which is a mansion house of logs one & half stories: a one and a half story log tenant house, a stable and other improvements. The said administrator asks the Court to grant him an order to sell the right and title of the intestate in said tract of land in order to pay such of the debts of the decd. as the personal estate may not reach to pay - and for the maintenance and education of the minor children of decd. if there be an over plus after paying debts and the expenses. To the truth of the facts above set forth, the said Administrator have been duly sworn according to law.
Whereupon the Court orders and direct the said Administrator to expose to public sale by vendue or outcry on the premises on Friday the 7th day of September 1843 at 1 o'clock P.M. the right and title of the said intestate in the aforesaid real estate. Terms, one third of the balance that may remain after paying debts and expenses of settlement according to an administration account to be here after filed & confirmed to be charged on the premises: and the interest of said third to be paid annually from the 1st of April 1844 to Nancy the widow of said decd. during her life and after her death, said third to be paid to the heirs and legal representatives of said George Trimble decd. of the remainder $150 to be paid on the confirmation of sale and the residue of said remainder to be paid on the 1st of April 1844 John Long Bound $1800 } To the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania William L. Long Bound $1800 } for the use of all persons interested.
September the 19th 1843 The administrators do now Report that having given true and legal notice of the time and place of sale they did on said time and place and on the terms in said order prescribed expose said real estate to public sale. but no sufficient bid being made the same remains unsold for the want of buyers. They therefore pray the Court to grant them an aliad(?) Order of Sale. Whereupon the Court grant the aliad(?) Order of Sale and direct the Administrators to expose the said real estate to public sale by vendue or outcry on the premises on Friday the 3rd of November, 1843 at 1 o'clock P.M. Terms the same as in previous order except that the amount payable on confirmation of sale be $50 instead of $150.
November 25th 1843 The said Administrators again Report that having given due and legal notice of the tim and place of sale they did at said time and place and on the terms in said aliad(?) Order prescribed expose said Real Estate to public sale but no bid for the same having been given, the same remains unsold for the want of buyers. The Court direct said Aliad(?) to be filed.