Cases - abstracts only
Minors , Benton Estate, Tyra Estate, Czerner Estate
Minors (Thomas G. Dial & Annie E. Hudspeth were married
in Bandera County 17 Jul 1890 Her tombstone was transcribed twice as Nannie
Dial, Oct 12, 1867-Mar 14,1907. Thomas G. Dial Jul 26, 1862-Mar 8, 1907(
his tombstone was transcribed twice as dying in 1917 but he died in 1907.
they are both buried in the Dial Cemetery)
Page 48, case no. 225 Top of page 48. "On
Vacation" Estate of T.G. Dial and Annie E. Dial
They died ______(dates were not filled
in). Estimate of the estate $2,700. J.S. Dial appointed
He received permission to continue
farming and dispose of any items for sale he wished. Bond posted $2000.
Filed Mar. 16, 2907, recorded Mar. 26, 1907 - J.
S. Dial as Principal , Glena Hicks and F.
B. Billings as sureties.
Case no. 226 May Term 1907 Steet
Hudspeth says that a minor, Joe Dial
is a boy 15 years of age and Reuben Dial a
boy under 14 years of age, towit 12 years. are without a lawful guardian.
Parents are both deceased. T. G. Dial, father
, survived the mother , Annie Dial who died
4 Mar. 1907. The court appointed Street Dial as
temporary guardian. J.W. Dean and J.O. Butler
sureties, Filed Mar 30, 1907, recorded Apr 3, 1907.
Case no. 226 page 65, Joseph
Dial and Reuben Dial guardianship case. Permanent guardian is made
of Joseph Dial, Paternal Uncle, Inventory
of the property.
Homestead of the property , part of
Survey no. 497 in name if A. Gomez appraised
Two work horses $135
11 head of cattle, cow , calves $88.
cash on hand $85.98
two brood mares $110.00
four head of stock horses $100
Woodmen of the World policy $1000.
Household and Kitchen furniture, cookstove,
utensils, dishes, one bedstead, 2 chairs $15.
1 old wagon, one 2 horse wagon, 1 turning
plow, 1 double shovel, 1 Georgia stocks for sweep, 1/3 interest in haybaler
and hay rake, 1 saddle and bridle. $25.00
J. Bandy , W.T. Monroe, F.B. Billings, May 23, 1907
later in this record, Street
Hudspeth is made guardian again. Many more details of the probate
in the record.
Case no. 226, Page 94 August Term. Estate
of Joe S. Dial, et al minor. Woodmen of the
World created a tombstone of their
deceased father and mother. Cost of
$45.00. Request for guardian to pay that bill.
Full inventory of their estate that
was sold Jul 22, 1907;
1 cow $25.00 to E.H.
2 horses $125.00 to O.W.
1 horse $35.00 Penn
2 mares, 2 mule colts and 1 horse $245.00
1 sewing machine $5.00 ...Boswell
1 hat $1.00 to Mrs.
172 bundling oats $5.15 "J.L.
Furguson and others"
5 bushels corn $3.00 W.C.
1 bucket $ 0.30
150 pounds (??) $0.90 W.
1 old buggy $5.00 Mrs.
Tub $0.30 M.E.
Crock $0.10 Ed
Wash Kettle $1.50 F.
three smoothing irons $0.50 M.
Page no. 59 case no. 228. On Vacation,
May 11, 1907, Estate of W.O. Benton deceased.
May 6, 19007. Mrs. M.O. Benton, surviving
wife, three children; Hensley Benton, 6 yrs
old; Bessie Benton, 5 years old;
Haze Benton, 3 years old.
Granville Wright and J.W. Wood appraisers. They reported: 164 acres
of land, cer. no. 21/172 abstract 463. patented to F. Stacke. 57 acres
survey no. 168, cert. no. 700, abstract 260. Total 221 acres, plus other
real estate appraised $1600.
(William O. Benton born January 25, 1864, died November
24, 1903, is buried in the Goodman Cemetery))
Hon. J.W. Currie
Judge Probate Court, page 63, on vacation May 1907. Estate of
Tyra deceased. May 7, 1907 Bond dated Aug. 27, 1906, approved the
same day. Mrs. M.C. Tyra appointed administrator.
(This was Elisha M. Tyra Apr
29, 1959 - Oct 20, 1903, he is buried in the Tarpley Cemetery)
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