George Trimble Decd. In the matter of the Real Estate of George Trimble, late of Drumore Twp Lancaster County decd. On the motion of Amos Ellmaker Esq the court grant an Pluries order of Sale and direct John Long, Administrator of the said George Trimble decd. to expose to public sale by vendue or outcry on Friday the 22nd of November 1844 at one o'clock P.M. on the premises, the right and title of said decd. in the following Real Estate. A tract of land in Drumore Township adjoining lands of James Hopkin's heirs, Good and Jenkins and others on which is a mansion house of logs one and half stories, a one and a half story log tenant house, a stable and other improvements
Terms, one third of the balance that may remain after paying debts and expenses of settlement according to an Administration account to be hereafter filed & confirmed to be charged on the premises and the interest of said third to be paid annually from 1 April 1845 during her life to Mary the widow of said decd. and after her death said third to be paid to the heirs and legal Representatives of said George Trimble decd., of the remainder $50 to be paid at the confirmation of Sale: and the residue to be paid in April 1845.
December 16th, 1844 The Administrator does now report that having given due and legal notice of the time and place of sale, he did at said time and place and; on the terms in said order prescribed, expose said Real Estate to public sale and sold the same to Charles Brooks Jr. and Co. for four hundred and fifty one dollars and ninety five cents ($451.95) as the said Administrator sold only the right and title of the said decd. The purchaser is to pay besides said sum of $451.95 to Good and Jenkins the sum of six hundred and ninety eight dollars and eighty seven and half cents ($698.87 1/2). They, the said Charles Brook and Co being the highest and bidders and that the highest and best price bidden for the same. The Administrator prays the Court that the sale so as aforesaid made may be confirmed.
Wherefore the Court confirms the sale and decree the premises Sold. to theirs the said Charles Brook and Co. their heirs and assigns in law as fully as the said George Trimble deceased had and held in the same; at and immediately before the time of his death.Subject and liable to the payment of the purchase money agreeably to the return to the order and the terms prescribed by the Court .
George Trimble decd. John Long, Administrator of George Trimble late of Drumore Township, Lancaster County, deceased: having stated and filed in the Register's office at Lancaster the Administration account on the estate of said deceased and legal notice therof being given by the said Register, a copy of the same is now produced to the Court for confirmation. Whereby it appears that the said account was duly payed by the said Register, and that there remains in rhe hands of said accountant a balance of $854.89. The Court confirms the same nisi. July 1st, 1845 Exceptions to the above account are filed. September 15th, 1845, Exceptions withdrawn. See papers filed with the account.