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Early Probate Records
Estate of George Eppler, Deceased
|Petition of E. M. Daggett for letters of administration on the estate
of George Eppler, deceased. Louisa Eppler relinquishes to E. M. Daggett her
right to administer on "my Husband Estate." February term 1858.
Bond of E. M. Daggett, administrator. Sureties: Charles Turner and W. B. Tucker. Approved 22 February 1858.
Petition of Eliza Epler who "would respectfully show that she is the widow
of George Epler Deceas and that while said Gege Epler Deceas and herself
was living together as Husband and wife, the said George and myself had born
to us children named as follows they being Minors [blank]
"Memo. No and Naming of the heirs of the estate of George Epler deceased. Now come the Plaintiff and amends and say that the No and Names of the children refered to in the original petition are _______[?] named as follows H. C. Epler Edward Mary Jonathan John and Mary." S/ Eliza Epler by Atty J. W. Oliver.
Inventory and appraisal made by Jno. M. Murchison and Joshua Addington,
included 160 acres, a part of the headright of Isaac Schoonover, in Tarrant
County on the west Fork of Trinity River. Sworn 30 January 1860 before W.
W. Weatherred , Depty Co. Clk. Filed 30 January 1860.
Sworn by Eliza Eppler [in body] 3d January 1860 before G. Nance, Clk. S/ Louisa Eppler.
E. M. Daggett, admr, reports that J. W. Oliver, his authorized agent, on 3d day of April 1860 proceeded to sell the undivided half interest of the Isaac Schoonover 320 acre survey of land belonging to the estate of George Epler, deceased, to the highest bidder "and Eliza Epler biding three 66/100 Dollars per acre... the highest bider...." April Term 1860.
Final account of administrator, E. M. Daggett. Filed October 1860, by J. W. Oliver, atty.
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