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Early Probate Records
Estate of William M. Egnew, Deceased
|Bond of Henry Suggs, administrator pro tem of estate of William M.
Egnew, deceased; $600. Sureties: William W. Hall and William Anderson. Filed
31 Jan. 1853.
Bond of Henry Suggs, administrator. Securities: Thomas Rogers and Wm. W. Hall. Filed 28 Feb. 1853.
Order to James P. Halford, A. B. Danks, and Jarret Foster to appraise estate of deceased. Filed 28 Feb. 1853.
"A Bill of A Prasement" made 10 March 1853 by A. B. Lands [?] and James P. Hallford. Included: 320 achors land, mare, plow, Rasur and Box and Brush, I pocket Book, 1 bottle Sasaparillia. Total value: $359.69-1/2. Filed 28 March 1853.
Buyers at sale of property: J. E. Hollen, James Morehead, F. Jordn, A. F. Leonard, Nancy Gibson, H. Decker, J. Joice, James Cats [Cates], Susanah Fostr, John Hallford, A. B. Danks, Thomas Hollen, A. H. Chivers, Seleto Suggs, Marah Ann Leonard, C. T. Harnes. 320 acres land sold to F. Jordn. Filed 30 May 1853.
Annual return of administrator. Paid: J. H. Holford, Dr. Elliott, Mrs. Cranston, B. F. Penekley [or Penckley], A. F. Leonard, H. Suggs, B. P. Ayres, J. Watson. Filed 28 Aug. 1854.
Administrator's annual return and affidavit that he has "given the Lawfull Notice for final settlement and do swear that there has no Legal Representative ... appeared to claim the amt. in my hands as administrator." 25 Sept. 1854.
Affidavit of George R. Egnew that he is the brother of Wm. M. Egnew, deceased,
and the only surviving heir of the estate. As such, he has filed his petition
for the effects in the hands of the administrator. Filed 29 Jan.
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