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Early Probate Records
Estate of J. C. S. Hood, Deceased
|Petition of Mary Olinger, of Tarrant County, for letters of guardianship
of the person and property of Mary Hood. "She is the mother and only surviving
parent of Mary Hood who is a minor about twelve years of age, and who has
property in... Tarrant and is without a legal guardian." S/ Mary Olinger,
per Atty. Filed Nov. Term 1859.
Bond of Mary Olinger, guardian of Mary S. Hood; $300. Sureties: Syl Olinger, John Akers, and J. D. Henry [?]. Approved Nov. Term 1859. Filed 27 Feb. 1860.
Petition of H. Calloway for partition of the estate of J. C. S. Hood,
deceased. H. Calloway states that "he has purchased eleven undivided shears
of 220 acres of land in said [Tarrant] County on big fossel Three quarters
of a mile North East of the town of Birdville it being a part of Mary Linch
head Right there being twelve shears to wit Mary Olinger formerly Mary Hood
intitled to one half J. E. Hood O. U. [or O. N.] Hood, Sam'l Hood, Isabel
Bierd formerly Isabel Hood, Roxey Edwards Formerly Roxey Hood [and] Mary
Hood minor heir." He asks the court to "partition his said eleven shears
to him and that Mary Olinger guardian of Mary Hood, minor heir be made a
party to said partition and that the court appoint a committy to set aparte
the said Eleven shears...." S/ H. Calloway.
Partition of the estate of J. C. S. Hood, deceased. Issued March 6, 1860.
Acted on at April Term 1860. B. F. Barkley, B. B. McGuire, and J. E. Cook
appointed by the court to partition and distribute 220 acres land, a part
of the Mahula Linch [headright], or appraise, as the case may require, and
make their report to the court at the next regular term.
Final account of Mary Olinger, guardian of the minor heirs [sic] of J. C. Hood, dec'd, in which she reports assets that came into her hands:
She has paid to Mary S. Hood, the legal heir, 93.33.
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