Wills from Pendleton County Courthouse

 

Transcription from Pendleton Co., VA, Will Book 1:27

Know all men by these presents that we Sebastian Hoover Robert Davis and George Hammer are held and firmly bound unto Robert Burnett Henry Flesher John McCoy and Robert Paage Gentlemen Justices of the County Court of Pendleton now sitting in the Sum of Two hundred pounds to the payment whereof will and truly be made to the said Justices and this (illegible) we bind ourselves our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents Sealed with our seald and dated this 3 day of October Anno Domini One Thousand seven hundred and ninety one and the 16 year of the Commonwealth.

The Condition of the above obligation is such that of the abouve bound Sebastian Hoover guardian of Sebastian Hoover and Catharine Hoover Orphans of Sebastian Hoover deceased as executurs as administrators shall will and truly pay and eeliver or or cause to be paid and delivered unto the said Sebastian Hoover and Catharine Hoover all such estate or estates as now is or are hereafter shall or may appear to be due to the said orphans from the said guardian when and as soon as the said Sebastian Hoover and Catharine Hoover shall attain to lawful age to demand the same or when thereto required by the said Justices of the said Court as also keep harmless and indemnify the above named Justices their and every of their heirs executors and administrators from all (illegible) damages, Morts and charges that may or shall arise or happen to them or any or either of them about the said estate then the above obligation to be void otherwise to remain in full force. Sealed and delivered !
in the presence of Sebastian (BH -- his mark) Hoover (seal), George (x -- his mark) Hammer (seal), Robert Davis (seal)

At a court held for Pendleton County on Monday the 3rd day of October One thousand seven hundred and ninety one this bond from Sebastian Hoover to the Justices was acknowledged in court and ordered to be recorded. Test: Garvin Hamilton
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Submitted by: Kate Beaugrand Cook, Minnesota kbcook@cfaith.com or kbcook@mn.rr.com

Transcribed from Pendleton Co. VA Pendleton Co. Will Book 1, Pages 370-373

A Sale bill of Philip Carrs Personal Estate L S D?
2 milk Keelers? Wm. Strother -- 2 3
2 do.do Johnson Phares -- 3 11
1 Bucket & Pail Wm. Strother -- 5 7
1 ditto & tub ditto -- 3 --
1 Canteen Johnson Phares -- 3 7
1 Cear? & 1 Basket Phillip Harper Junr. -- 4 9
1 Pickling tub Johnson Phares -- 7 10
1 Basket files & Iron ditto.ditto -- 10 --
3 Screw blades 1 rasp? Michael Carr -- 10 8
1 hoe 1 Chain Peter Harper -- 7 7
1 iron Wedge & ax ditto.Do -- 8 --
1 Ax George Hagler -- 13 --
2 fodder cutters ditto -- 3 6
2 Gun rods Adam Mouse -- 10 --
1 frying pan 1 Ladle George Henkle -- 5 4
1 ditto Adam Harper -- 4 9
1 Skillet Daniel Mouse Senr. -- 5 4
1 dutch Oven John Heeter -- 15 --
1 ditto Daniel Mouse Senr. 1 -- 7
1 Kettle Wm. Strother 1 4 --
3 Beef hides 1 Deer Skin Hezekiah Daggs 1 12 5
1 Smiths Vise Jacob Carr 2 3 --
1 plough Shear Ebenezer Flannigan -- 9 6
1 Plough & Swingletrees George Ketterman 3 -- --
1 pair Chains Collar & herns Michael Carr 1 10 8
1 pair rope traces & herns Johnson Phares -- 9 --
1 Saddle & 2 bridles Wm. Roy 1 13 --
1 Side Saddle Catty Carr 3 2 --
Hempseed & flaxseed Thomas Peacock -- 3 4
1 handsaw Jacob Miller Junr. -- 14 9
3 Vials Moses Henkle
(note: the above item has a line drawn through it, but appears later in the list again)
4 tin Cups ditto -- 4 1
1 Chamber Pot 1 qt Mug Daniel Mouse Senr. -- 5 --
1 milk Crock Jacob Miller Junr. -- 2 5
3 Vials Moses Henkle -- -- 10
6 Pewter Plates 8 Spoons Jeley Roy -- 19 3
1 Pewter bason 1 dish George Henkle -- 15 10
1 ditto.ditto ditto -- 17 3
3 drest deer Skins John Smith 1 1 --
1 pair wool Cards & Yarn Thomas Peacock -- 14 2
1 bell 2 Lamps John Heeter -- 9 --
Wool & Apron Thomas Peacock -- 12 1
1 feather Cover Henson Veatch 3 3 3
1 Great Coat Leggins & Jeley Roy -- 13 --
1 Spinning Wheel Isaac Henkle Senr. 1 1 --
1 pr Overalls 1 pr Leggins Thomas Peacock 1 P? --
3 Jackets 1 Hunting Shirt Abraham Shobe 1 3 --
2 pr trawsers 2 hunting shirts Wm. Roy -- 16 --
2 hunting Shirts Robert Vance 1 9 6
4 pair trowsers Jeley Roy -- 8 1
3 Shirts Robert Vance 1 2 --
4 ditto Jeley Roy -- 7 --
3 ditto Thomas Peacock -- 7 --
3 Table Cloths 2 towels Adam Peterson -- 9 --
1 pair Stockings Moses Henkle -- 7 6
4 ditto.ditto Thomas Peacock -- 12 6
2 Wool Hats ditto -- 6 --
1 Piece Naukeen 2 Hkdfs. Abraham Gum -- 16 --
2 Jackets John Heeter -- 12 --
1 Great coat William Wood 2 -- 1
1 Coat Jacket & Breeches Willlliam Hagler 6 4 --
4 Knives & forks Daniel Mouse -- 4 6
17 ½ bushels wheat Hezekiah Daggs 5 2 7
70 bushels Corn John Johnson 11 2 1
2 head Sheep Samuel Day 1 8 --
12 ditto hogs George Nagley 1 5 2
6 Bushels Oats Hezekiah Daggs -- 12 1
3 Bushels Salt & 1 bag Ebenezer Flannigan 2 5 1
3 ditto.ditto Daniel Mouse Senr. 2 7 6
1 Bottle & Whiskey Jacob Shobe -- 1 8
1 ditto.ditto Jacob Judy -- 1 5
1 ditto.ditto William Gragg Junr. -- 2 6
1 feather Bed & Bedsteads Caty Carr 1 -- 1
1 Chaff Bag Adam Harper -- 11 2
1 hone & 2 Rasors Abraham Gum -- 6 2
1 Chest Caty Carr -- 12 --
1 Pair Shoes & Buckles Michael Miller Junr. -- 2 1
1 pair Sheers 1 doe? Scraper Daniel Mouse Senr. -- 2 6
1 pair Gloves & Mittens Johnson Phares -- 2 1
1 Bible Samuel Johnson -- 6 --
1 ditto Michael Mouse -- 10 4
1 Psalm book Adam Harper -- 4 --
4 Bushel Salt & bag Daniel Mouse 3 5 --
1 small Chest ditto.ditto -- 5 --
1 Cow Isaac Henkle 2 13 --
2 Steers Johnson Phares 15 9 1
1 ditto Isaac Henkle 3 16 --
1 Cow & Calf George Henkle 4 9 6
1 Cow & Calf John Nelson 4 1 --
1 ditto.ditto Daniel Mouse Sr. 4 13 6
1 ditto Jacob Shobe 5 -- --
1 heifer & 1 bull Daniel Mouse Sr. 4 -- 6
1 ditto.ditto Adam Peterson 3 -- --
2 heifers Peter Harper 3 17 1
1 Cow & Calf John Mitchell 4 10 1
1 Steer ditto 6 16 --
1 horse Jacob Shobe 30 1 3
1 ditto Samuel Johnson 33 11 --
1 Mare & Colt Isaac Henkle Sr. 15 12 --
1 Mare Michael Carr 20 19 --
1 Cradle & Scythe William Roy -- 8 6
due Notes? 27 14 10
1 Cash? 2 9 5

At a Court held for Pendleton County on Tuesday the 1st day of December 1801.
This Sale bill of the Estate of Phillip Carr deceased was returned to Court & Ordered to be recorded -- Teste,
Tom Dyer
Transcribed by Cathy Thompson:
thompsons@adelphia.net

 

Transcribed from Pendleton Co., VA Will Book 2:166

Know all men by these Presents that we Henry Hoover and Robert Minnis are held and firmly bound unto Isaac Henkle, John Erwin, Peter Hull and John Johnson. (Illegible) Justices of Pendleton County now sitting in the sum of Two hundred Pounds to the Payment wherof well and truly to be made to the said Justices and their (illegible) we bind ourselves and each of us our and each of us our (sic) heirs, Executors and Administrators Jointly & Severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with our seals this 2nd day of July Anno. Dom. One Thousand eight hundred and five and in the 30th year of the Commonwealth ~
The Condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Henry Hoover Guardian of Thomas Champ and John Champ infants orphans of John Champ deceased (illegible) Executors or Administrators shall will and truly pay and deliver or cause to be paid and delivered unto the said Thomas Champ and John Champ all such estate or Estates as now is or are or herafter shall or may appear to be due to the said Orphans from the siad Guardian when and as soon as the said Thomas Champ and John Champ shall attain to lawful ate to demand the same or when thereto required by the Justices of the said Court as also keep harmless and indemnify the said Justices their and every of their heirs Executors and Administrators from all trouble damages costs & charges that shall or may arise or happen to these or any or either of these about the said Estate these the above Obligation also to remain in full force and value~
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of --
Henry Hoover (Seal)
Robert Minnis (Seal)
At a court held for Pendleton County on Tuesday the 2nd day of July 1805. This bond was acknowledged in Court by the Obligors therein named and ordered to be recorded~
Teste. Z. Dyer
(end)
Submitted by: Kate Beaugrand Cook, Minnesota
kbcook@cfaith.com or kbcook@mn.rr.com

Transcribed from copy of original WB3:15-19

The Appraisement bill of the personal estate of Sebastian Hoover, Dec’d 9/28/1807 (Pendleton Co., (W)Va)
1 Sorrel Mare $28.00
1 Black Mare $28.00
1 Brown Mare $(illegible)
1 Ditto $(illegible)
1 Sorral Mare $ 8.00
1 Yearling Coalt $17.00
1 Dito $ 3.00
1 Bay Horse $14.00
1 bull $13.00
1 cow & calf $(illegible)
1 Do. Do. $(illegible)
1 Do. Do. $(illegible)
1 black cow $12.50
1 red Do. $11.50
1 Do. Do. $12.50
4 two year old stears $27.00
1 yearling stear $ 3.00
4 heffers $21.00
1 Cow $ 9.00
2 calves $ 4.00
1 lott Black Smith tools $20.00
2 shears 1 coutter & old
Iron $ 3.50
1 bryer scythe $ 0.50
1 waggon $22.00
2 (illegible word) $ 1.66
1 ax 2 howes 2 shovels $ 1.50
2 scythes $ 0.25
1 foot adz $ 0.75
1 trowel & hammer $(illegible)
2 drawing knives & iron
for cutting (illegible)$(illegible)
Old iron $ 1.00
1 square 1 chissal 1 augar $ 0.83
Old iron $ 1.00
3 wrings $ 0.33
1 bocks iron $ 0.60
Nails $ 3.50
Old iron $ 2.00
1 brass kettle $(illegible)
1 old (illegible) & pewter $(illegible)
some glass $(illegible)
(Illegible words) $ 1.50
some wool $ 8.00
2 tutes 1 gunn $ 0.50
1 whip saw $ 3.00
1 paire stityards $ 1.33
1 watering pot $ 0.83
2 spining wheels $ 0.75
some (illegible) $ 0.33
some hemp $ 3.00
1 half bushel $ 0.25
1 tute? $ 0.06
1 scythe $ 0.25
1 hand saw $ 1. 25
2 paire wool cords & 2
paire sheep shears $ 1.00
1 paire spoon molds $ 1.50
tinn ware $1.00
2 paire speck (illegible
words) & money
seals $ 1.25
some pewter $ 1.00
some Do. $ 2.25
1 bottle some sweet oil $ 0. 25
2 bottles $ 0.16
1 rostin pan $ 0.16
1 river sive $ 0.33
1 chirt $ 1.25
1 Do. $ 2.00
wooding ware $ 0.75
1 punch bowl & teacups $ 0.25
? basons $ 3.50
? Pewter $ 0.50
14 pewter plaits $ 2.33
1 doz. Spoones $ 0.75
1 clock $ 0.06
1 mare $50.00
1 windmill $ 4.00
1 cuting box & bucket $ 0.75
the (illegible) works of
a wagon $22.00
3 flax brakes $ 0.75
? dung forke $ 0.50
? (illegible) chaire $ 1.25
1 lume & tackling $ 3.00
1 hackle $ 1.50
1 reed & (illegible) $ 0.25
some planks $ 1.66
1 bed & bedstead $ 4.00
1 chaire $ 0.25
1 kegg & spooles $ 0.50
1 crout hovel $ 3.00
1 bigg kittle $ 0.75
1 bed $ 0.75
1 double barrel & 2 keggs$ 1.50
some leather $ 3.50
1 barrel $ 0.25
1 tub 1 keeler 1 bucket
1lack 1 pyoon $ 0.83
2 candle sticks snuffers
coumber hovel $ 0.25
1 foot adz $ 0.33
3 bread basket $12.00
6 old wagon wheels with
old horn $ 2.75
2 wedges 1 augar
1 sprouting howe $1.00
1 large Bible $ 7.50
4 books $ 1.50
4 Ditto $ 0.58
6 Ditto $ 1.25
2 raizors $ 0.06
1 big wheel $ 1.25
1 black stray $ 0.06
1 lantran $ 0.50
9 bee hives $ 9.00
1 tea kittle $(illegible)
collar traces harness &
quebers $(illegible)
1 laddle $ 0.25
1 paire bed steds $ 0.25
1 quart $ 0.75
1 looking glass $ 0.06
some clothes $ 2.50
2 guns $ 1.00
1 bell $ 0.50
4 lickles $ 0.25
1 paire ? irons $ 1.25
buckets pails & keller $(illegible)
2 small potts $(illegible)
2 Dutch ovens 1 skillet $ 3.00
2 large potts 1 kettle $ 5.00
1 churn $ 0.50
18 bushels wheat
(illegible) $ 9.00
26 hogs $30.00
1 chain cut saw $ 4.00
4 hogsheads $ 4.00
2 barrels $ 0.75
1 frying pan $ 0.75
1 broad ax $ 0.42
1 stove $ 9.00
1 apple mill $ 3.00
2 stitts 16 tubs 1 kagg $80.00
1 molatto man name Tim $300.00
1 negro man name
Andrew $200.00
1 negro woman name
Mary $60.00
1 pott trammel & shovel $ 1.50
1 kagg $ 0.12
1 harrow & teeth $ 3.00
1 trase & spreadins $ 1.16
1 acre corn $30.00
2 paire single trees
Clives $ 0.75
1 plow & clives $ 2.50
1 kittle $ 0.12
1 grind stone $ 0.25
1 cow & calf $13.00
1 cow $10.50
some bed cloths $ 4.00
11 yards linin $ 6.00
3 ½ yards lincey $ 2.00
2 yards cloth $ 1.75
2 ½ yards linen $ 1.50
some check & linen $ 2.00
1 hatt 1 coate 2 waist
coats & legans $ 2.00
3 bottles 1 (illegible) $ 0.58
1 Do. 1 do $ 0.75
1 trunk $ 1.25
1 Do. $ 0.75
1 ax 1 shovel $ 2.00
1 box & raizor $ 0.50
1 bay mare $30.00
1 (illegible) $ 0.12
1 cross cut saw $ 0.50
some hows $ 0.50
1 table $ 2.00
1 dresser $ 4.00
1 bass? $ 0.12
1 branding iron $ 0.25
2 combs 1 stock buckle
& casnssas $ 0.50
Agreeable to an order of court to us directed we have (illegible) the
personal property of Sebastian Hoovver, dec’d, and amounting to the within
sum (illegible)
/s/ John Davis
John (IC – his mark) Cowgar
Jacob (X – his mark) Snider
3 bells $ 0.83
1 ax $ 0.41
1 paire old plow irons $11.00
2 hay forks $ 0.41
1 waggon (illegible) $ 0.10
old iron $ 0.50
hoob rings $ 0.83
1 saddle 2 collars $ 0.12
old iron $ 0.16
1 quart 1 bason $ 0.16
2 brass cocks $ 0.06
1 bottle $ 0.25
1 pide cow $11.66
one brown cow $11.66
one steere $10.00
one bottle $ o.12
one tub $ 0.02
one (illegible) tub $ 0.66
one tub $ 1.00
Agreeable to an order of Court to us
Directed we have appraised the personal Property and (illegible) of Sebastian Hoover, dec’d. And (illegible) to the with (illegible words)
/s/ John (X – his mark) Cowgar
/s/ Jacob (X – his mark) Snider
At a Court held for Pendleton County the 3rd day of July 1808 this inventory and (illegible words) bill of the estate of Sebastian Hoover, dec’d, was returned to court and ordered to be recorded.
Teste Z Dyer CPC

Submitted by: Kate Beaugrand Cook, Minnesota kbcook@cfaith.com or kbcook@mn.rr.com

Transcription from Pendleton Co., VA Will Book 3:1-9,

The appraisment bill of the personal Estate of Peter Hubers, decea'd, 12/8/1807.

1 clock $ 5.00
1 (illegible) & tackles $ 13.00
1 read and geers $ .75
1 (illegible) $ .75
1 Reel $ 1.00
1 (illegible $ 4.00
1 bunch of books 16 in number $ 3.00
1 razor and case $ .50
7 files 1 lance $ .80 (?)
5 bottles $ .83
2 pair of sheep sheers $ .33 1/2
2 pairs of wool cards $ .50
1 pair of cottin cards one
line and tug(?) $ .96
1 bocks of shoemakers tools $ .75
Specks rasp gimblet lock
2 candlesticks and snuffers $ .75
1 hammer and anvil $ .34
1 hackle $ 1.25
1 smoothing Iron $ .75
2 small Cags (?) $ 1.00
2 Tables $ 3.50
5 chairs $ 1.75
1 pair stilard $ 1.25
1 cag (?) $ .75
1 pigon 1 Dutch oven & Read $ 2.42
2 Pots $ 1.50
2 large Pots $ 3.00
3 beds beding and steds $ 33.00
1 wheel $ 8.52 (?)
1 bocks $ (illegible)
40 bushels of Wheat $ (illegible)
1 big whele $ 2.50
3 traps $ 9.00
1 saddle and bags browben
2 spads and shovel $ 4.00
1 barel 1 cag(?) tub 2 buchels $ 1.50
3 hay forks 4 hows 1 tang how $ 3.00
1 (illegible) chain $ 2.00
1 harrow $ 3.00
4 ploughs and tacklers $ 15.00
4 bee hives and bees $ 2.00
75 weight of Hoops(?) suposed $ 3.00
1 old waggon and lock chain $ 19.00
6 plains 5 chisels 3 (illegible) $ 3.00
2 wedges 2 axes 2 scithes 2
cutting knives (illegible words)
saw square $ 6.00
1 ads 2 hammers and punches $ 2.00
1 set trumpary(?) $ 8.00
2 bars of steel $ 2.10 (?)
1 cross cut saw $ 3.00
5 sickles $ 1.25
1 cag(?) 1 tub 1 tan(?) tub $ .75
3 hatten chains $ 1.50
2 pair of Queens(?) 2 pairs of
braces for (illegible words)
2 brest chains 1 hatters chain
2 bridles 1 line $ 9.00
1 bunch of leather $ 1.00
1 pair of rope geers $ .50
7 bags $ 2.50
1 (illegible words) $ 1.34
4 erthen dishes $ .50
13 pewter plates $ 2.25
2 basons 20 spoons $ 3.00
3 dishes and quart $ 3.00
13 tin cups and funnel $ 1.10
1 pepper mil 1 stuffer 1 mug $ 1.75
1 (illegible) and pan $ 9.50
1 (illegible) saddle $ 4.00
1 (illegible) box and knife and
dung fork $ 2.16
1 wind mill $ 14.00
1 waggon and (illegible words) $ 66.66 1/2
1 bay mare $ 65.00
1 sorrel mare $ 60.00
1 bay horse $ 70.00
300 bushels of corn $ 112.50
1 waggon (illegible) 1 tub
1 (illegible) how (illegible) pot $ 2.33
1 pairs of (illegible words) $ 2.50
1 bay horse $ 5.00
1 (illegible) $ 20.00
12 sheep $ 18.00
1 coult $ 30.00
1 coult $ 10.00
8 steers 1 bull one bell $ 75.00
8 cows one bell $ 80.00
8 head of cattle $ 32.00
4 calves $ 6.00
1 big cittle $ 3.00
1 hay stack $ 15.00
1 do. do. $ 18.00
1 pair of bed steds $ 1.25
2 Ladle pap pan $ .83
1 tub $ 1.00
1 dutch oven $ 1.42
some small plank and scanlin $ (illegible)
2 pot trammels $ (illegible)
1 hog $ 6.00
1 bell $ .75
5 baskes 9 screws $ .83

agreeable to an order to us (illegible) from the County Court of Pendleton being legally sworn we have appraised the personal Estate of Peter Hoover dec'd amounting to the within mentioned sums (illegible) the 2nd day of February 1808.
/s/ Henry Hull, John Fisher, Nicholas He?nor (?)

At a court held for Pendleton County the 5th day of April 1808 this Inventory and appraisment of the Estate of Peter Hoover dec'd was returned to court and ordered to be recorded.
Teste. Z Dyer CPC
(end)
Submitted by: Kate Beaugrand Cook, Minnesota
kbcook@cfaith.com or kbcook@mn.rr.com

Transcription from Pendleton Co., VA WB 3:1-9

The sail bill of the Personal Estate of Peter Hoover dec'd 12/10/1807

5 sickkles Henry Penningen £0.0.6
2 cutting knives Jacob Hoover £0.1.1
2 siths £0.1.6
2 iron wedges Peter Hoover £0.2.9
1 saw square hammers drawing knife Wm. Hoover £0.5.0
1 basket and old irons James Kistler £0.2.1
1 hay bushel and old Iron Peter Hoover £0.3.4
1 lantern and old (illegible) George Sara(?) £0.1.1
1 crock and old Iron Do. £0.0.3
1 pair hobles and chains John Davis £0.3.0
1 hammer and adds Jacob Hoover £0.7.1
1 (illegible) and bail Henry Hull £0.3.0
3 augers John Davis £0.2.1
1 ax and how Henry Hull £0.3.0
old Iron dito £0.6.1
2 bars of stee William Hoover £0.12.9
3 goughes and chisles John Fisher £0.2.4
old Iron Robert Davis £0.1.3
1 piece Iron Thomas Hoover £0.4.1
old Iron Michael Harpole £0.1.0
3 plains Henry Penningen £0.4.0
1 (illegible) and plains Jacob Hoover £0.1.7
3 pich forks Peter Hoover £0.6.0
2 long hows George Hoover £0.1.7
2 hows the Widow £0.9.7 (?)
2 hows William Hoover £(illegible)
1 cross cut saw Peter Hoover £(illegible)
12 Flower barels Roger Dyer £1.4.0
Horse geers Peter Hoover £1.11.0
4 hatter chains and collars Peter Hoover £0.160(?)
2 spades William Hoover £0.8.8
1 crow bar John Dean £0.9.6
1 shovel the Widow £0.12.9
1 saddle and bags Peter Hoover £1.1.1
horse greas Jacob Hoover £0.16.9
1 bell Jacob Hoover £0.5.0
1 wattering pot John Miller £0.1.1
1 couch shell Peter Hoover £0.2.2
2 tubs Christian Roleman £0.0.4
5 broad baskets and (illegible) the Widow £0.1.2
1 steel trap John Hoover £1.0.00
1 do. dito Michal Propst £1.16.1
1 do. dito Henry Hover £1.4.5
1 piece of Iron Nathanial Pendleton £0.10.0
1 dito do. George Dunkle £1.0.0
1 bee hive George Hoover £0.3.1
1 bee hive George Hoover £0.3.0
2 Bee hives Peter Hoover £0.6.6
1 plow and tacklin William Hoover £1.1.0
1 dito dito Peter Hoover £0.16.0
1 harrow dito £1.1.9
1 plow and tacklin dito £1.4.2
1 plow and shear N. Pendleton £0.2.7
1 old waggon William Noover £6.0.3
1 lock chain Peter Hoover £1.4.6
30 bushel of corn Jacob Hoover £3.7.6
30 dito dito George How £3.7.6
30 dito dito William Hoover £3.2.6
30 dito dito George Hoover £3.0.00
30 bushels corn Jacob Hoover £3.2.6
30 dito ditto Georbe Vandeventer £3.2.6
30 dito ditto Michael Propst £3.2.6
30 dito ditto George Vandeventer £3.7.6
30 dito ditto Michael M.Laughlin £3.5.0
30 dito ditto Jacob Propst £3.10.0
2 steers bell and collar Henry Hull £11.0.4
4 steers Wm. Botkin £12.17.1
1 bull 3 steers John Davis £8.6.0
2 heifers Frederick Keister £4.11.3
4 heifers bell and collar Henry Hoover £5.2.9
1 cow James Morten £3.12.1
1 cow and calf George Hoover £3.13.3
1 cow Daniel Dean £5.0.0
1 cow James Morton £3.12.4
1 cow bell and collar Oliver (illegible) £3.13.2 (looks like Meorp/Weorp)
4 sheep John Fisher £2.15.00
4 dito dito £2.12.1
4 dito dito £1.13.6
40 bushels of wheat Jacob Hoover £9.3.4
1 bay could the Widow £5.0.1
1 sorral coult John Fisher £1.9.0
2 washing tubs Peter Hoover £0.0.7
1 tub the Widow £0.2.1
1 keg Samuel Dickenson £0.2.2
1 keg James Keister £2.2.1
dog irons George Keister £1.0.1
1 barrel the Widow £0.3.1
1 pot dito £0.7.1
1 table Robert Davis £0.1.6
1 dutch oven William Hoover £0.8.2
(illegible line) £0.4.6
2 dishes 6 spoons dito dito £0.15.0
2 chairs Abraham Ecert £0.6.1
2 dito dito John Coock £0.6.0
4 erthen dishes dito £0.3.0
1 clock Peter Hoover £0.14.2
1 pair of cards Mary Hoover £0.3.1
Peter Hoover dito shoemaker tools £0.6.1
2 dito dito cards Michal Props £0.1.1
1 tug Georg Vendevener £0.1.0
1 dito dito £0.0.2
2 bottles John Coock £0.1.7
1 pair of sheep sheers Chs. (illegible) £0.3.0 (looks like Simmon)
1 bottle dito dito £0.0.9
1 bottle Jacob Hoover £0.1.7
7 Voils(?) John Dyer £0.1.0
1 lance Henry Hoover £0.1.6
1 pair specks rasp and gimblet Wm. Hoover £0.2.2
3 books the Widow £0.3.3
3 dito dito £0.0.6
5 dito dito £0.1.0
2 dito dito £0.0.6
2 dito dito £0.1.0
1 dito dito £0.1.0
1 dito George Sevce £0.1.4
1 loom and tacklin the Widow £4.9.2
some pewter dito £1.0.0
1 chist dito £?2.20.1
1 reel dito £0.4.0
read and geers Jacob Props £0.6.0
1 hackel the Widow £0.8.0
1 bottle dito £0.0.8
1 razer and case Peter Hoover £0.3.2
1 (illegible) dito £0.2.0
1 (illegible) iron the Widow £0.3.0
1 candlestick and snuffers dito £0.0.11
1 table Peter Hoover £0.18.0
1 dresser the Widow £1.11.0
1 pot dito £0.6.0
1 duch oven dito £0.8.0
1 pot Mary Hoover £0.7.1
1 bit cittle the Widow £0.12.0
1 churn dito £0.2.9
7 bags Peter Hoover£0.12.4
4 calvas John Cook £1.16.7
1 saw the Widow £1.1.0
4 bags Henry Hull £1.10.0
4 dito Christian Propst £0.12.11
3 cows the Widow £6.6.0
1 colt Daniel Hevener £4.17.0
1 horse Abraham Pitsenbarger £1.12.1
1 mare the Widow £10.1.0
1 wagon 2 horses and tacklin Peter Hoover £60.13.0
1 dungh fork Thomas Hoover £0.3.2
1 cutting box Peter Hoover £0.6.0
1 wind mill dito £4.0.7
1 hay stack Georg Propst £4.1.1
1 dito dito George Mitchal £3.0.0
1 pair (illegible) Thomas Hoover £0.14.1
1 coffee mill the Widow £0.1.6
(illegible) Peter Hoover £0.7.8
1 bocks Christian Props £(illegible)
1 stuffers Peter Hoover £ (illegible)
2 saddles the Widow £(illegible)
1 quart (illegible) dito £0.2.1
1 mug dito £0.0.1
5 tin cups John Cook £0.1.6
1 Pint cup Peter Hoover £0.?.9
1 cagg Jacob Hoover £0.2.0
1 dito Abraham Pitsenbarger £0.2.2
2 beds and furniture the Widow £4.11.0
1 bed and furniture William Hoover £3.0.3
1 wheel the Widow £0.0.6
1 pair of bed stids Peter Hoover £0.5.1
27 plank John Davis £0.9.3
some plank Henry Hull £0.14.1
dito dito Thomas Hoover £0.14.1
dito dito £0.15.2
dito dito £0.9.10
Scanther and plank dito £0.6.0
Some plank dito £0.7.3
Cherry plank John Dorn(?) £0.3.0
1 state(?) Jacob Hoover £0.0.7
2 pot trammels the Widow £0.6.0
1 big wheel dito £0.6.0
1 croud tub dito £0.3.0
1 pan and skillet dito £0.4.2

At a court held for Pendleton County the 5th day of April 1808 this sale bill of the estate of Peter Hoover dec'd was returned to court and ordered to be recorded.
Teste. Z. Dyer, CPC
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Submitted by: Kate Beaugrand Cook, Minnesota
kbcook@cfaith.com or kbcook@mn.rr.com

Transcription from Pendleton Co., VA WB3:22-26

Thomas Hoover collar talls(?) & Quelens(?) 1 lock chain £2.11.0
Peter Havenor 2 mattocks £0.16.0
Thomas Hoover 1 ax £0.5.1
Henry Amick shovel howes & dungfork £0.7.7
John Davis 1 box & raisor £0.5.3
Jacob Hoover 1 shovel pleyh £0.8.0
dito dito 1 craus cut saw £1.4.0
George Caplinger 1 dito dito dito £0.7.0
Crestian Luzan 1 plogh & clives £0.12.5
Thomas Hoover 2 paire (illegible) trees £0.4.1
James Sims old Iron 2 wedges £0.9.1
Henry Smith old Iron 1 hammer £0.5.9
dito dito dito £0.3.0
dito dito dito £0.9.0
dito dito dito £0.3.0
Jacob Hoover (illegible words) £0.4.0
Thomas Hoover (illegible) £0.1.7
dito dito 1 (illegible words) £0.11.0
Henry Amick 1 ax 1 adz 1 pan £0.6.1
George Hoover 1 tea pot £0.8.1
dito dito 1 waggon £8.9.0
Thomas Hoover 5 hogs £4.6.70
dito dito 5 dito £2.0.9
dito dito 5 dito £1.8.2
dito dito 7 dito £1.13.3
Jacob Hoover 1 sorral mare £7.10.0
Joseph Varner 1 sorral coult £6.2.0
John Riadman? 1 horse £1.2.0
William Hoover 1 mare £19.12.6
Lamuel Wilson 1 coult £6.5.6
Jacob Hoover 1 mare £14.3.0
Abraham Pitzinbarger 1 mare £10.18.0
George Hoover 1 mare £ 11.0.0
George Poffingbarger 1 coult £3.0.0
Joesph Liezar 1 mare £12.2.00
George Erwin 4 stead (illegible) 1 bull £15.7.8
dito dito 4 dito hiffers £10.17.1
Samuel Redman 1 cow £ 3.18.0
John Redman 1 cow & calf £4.1.0
Hezekiah Da??s 1 cow £4.10.4
George Simmons 1 cow £4.0.1
Michael Hoover 1 cow & calf £4.18.0
John Simmons 1 cow & calf £4.13.0
Jacob Hoover 1 cow £6.0.0
Michael Hoover 1 cow & calf £4.19.0
John Hoover 1 cow £3.16.6
Michael Hoover 1 calf £1.18.0
Thomas Hoover 1 (illegible) smith tools £11.4.0
George Harman old Iron £1.10.3
Jacob Hoover 1 scythe £0.4.0
John Hoover 2 calves £1.12.0
Henry Paulser 9 sheep £5.14.2
George Rexroad 1 churn £0.2.0
Michael Hoover 1 oven £0.17.1
Thomas Hoover 1 oven £0.12.0
Jacob Hoover 1 bucket of (illegible) £0.1.1
dito dito 1 dito 1 (illegible) £0.2.0
dito dito 1 dito 1 dito £0.3.0
Michael Herold 1 oven £0.10.0
Nicholas Havenor 1 pot £0.12.0
Thomas Hoover cooper ware £0.5.0
dito dito 1 pott £0.9.0
John Smith 1 skillet £0.3.7
Henry Snider 1 pott £0.2.0
Peter Varner 1 kittle £1.9.0
William Hoover 1 pott £0.9.0
Thomas Hoover 1 pan £0.6.6
Jacob Hoover 1 kittle £2.5.3
John Cowgar tow £0.1.6
dito dito dito £0.1.0
Christian Stone 1 (illegible words) £1.13.0
William Hoover some pewter £0.16.0
George Erwin dito dito £0.8.2
dito dito dito dito £0.15.6
John Bodkin dito dito £1.5.9
Caty Hoover wood ware £0.1.6
Thomas Hoover dito dito £0.2.0
Michael Wi???? dito dito £0.2.2
Thomas Hoover dito dito £0.2.6
Jacob Hoover 1 crock £0.2.0
Thomas Hoover 1 kagg £0.2.7
John Jones 1 sickle £0.1.6
Thomas Hoover 1 bell £0.3.8
Peter Hoover horse Irons £0.2.1
dito dito 1 tub £ 0.1.1
Jacob Hoover some tin ware £0.4.0
dito dito dito dito dito £0.6.0
Thomas Hoover some pewter £0.16.4
dito dito dito dito £0.2.0
Jacob Hoover some pewter £0.3.1
John Davis 1 paire specks £0.1.7
Jacob Snider 1 dito dito £0.0.4
Henry Hoover money scales £0.2.0
James Sims Horse (illegible) £0.1.6
Jacob Hoover 1 gun £0.6.0
Peter Hoover 1 dito £0.7.0
Caty Hoover 2 paire wool cards £0.2.0
dito dito cocumber hovel £0.0.6
Michael Hoover hemp £0.1.5
Jacob Hoover dito £1.7.0
dito dito nails £0.4.6
dito dito dito £0.12.10
Thomas Hoover dito £0.7.0
Jacob Hoover old Iron £0.5.1
George Hoover 1 hammer £0.1.7
Michael Hoover some pewter £0.6.1
dito dito dito dito £0.7.3
Nicholas Hevenor old (illegible) & Pewter£1.9.0
dito dito scythes £0.9.0
Thomas Hoover 1 watering pot £0.6.7
dito dito 1 candlestick and snuffers £0.1.0
dito dito 1 wheel £0.0.6
Michael Hoover 1 dito £0.2.0
Jacob Hoover 18 bushals £3.12.0
Michael Hoover spoon moals £0.15.1
Thomas Hoover 1 saw Lsquare & (illegible) £0.15.0
Jacob Hoover 2 (illegible) & tubs £30.2.0
George How 1 bee hive £0.10.0
dito dito dito dito £0.9.6
Thomas Hoover 1 bee hive £0.7.8
Jacob Snider 1 bee hive £0.10.2
dito dito dito dito £0.9.0
Thomas Hoover dito dito £0.9.7
dito dito dito dito £0.8.2
Daniel Snider 1 bee hive £0.8.1
dito dito dito dito dito £0.11.0
dito dito 6 old waggon wheels £1.4.4
Michael Hoover 1 Negro man Jim £130.6.0
Jacob Hoover 1 Negro man Andrew £180.0.0
Mary Hoover 1 woman 1 girl £128.1.0
John Cowgar 1 (illegible) £0.2.0
Jacob Snider 1 grind stone £0.3.7
dito dito 1 hackles £0.14.0
Daniel Snider some leather £0.18.0
Caty Hover reed & geers £0.6.0
Peter Poffingbarger some wool £0.12.1
Michael Harold dito £0.11.2
John Jones some leather £1.0.3
Michael Harold some wool £0.12.1
Michael Wilfong dito dito £0.12.11
Joseph Luzar dito dito £0.14.6
Peter Poffingbarger dito dito £0.14.0
Christina Luzar dito dito £0.13.8
John Botkin dito dito £0.12.4
Jacob Hoover some books £0.6.3
John Heveley dito dito £0.4.0
Christian Roleman dito dito £0.7.1
Peter Varner dito dito £0.5.0
Thomas Hoover 1 paire stilards £0.10.8
dito dito sheep shears £0.4.7
dito dito 1 Bible £3.5.1
Lenard Propst 2 kaggs £0.2.7
Jacob Hoover 1 chaire £0.1.7
Christian Roleman 1 hovel £0.7.7
Thomas Hover 4 chaires £0.9.0
dito dito 1 wind mill £3.8.0
dito dito 1 cuting box £0.3.0
dito dito 3 brakes £0.1.1
dito dito 4 hoges £0.6.0
dito dito 1 dresser £1.11.6
dito dito 1 table £0.10.0
dito dito 1 riddle £0.4.3
dito dito 1 pot trammel & shovel £0.14.0
dito dito 1 paire fire dogs £0.13.6
Henry Amick 1 bed £1.6.0
Thomas Hoover 1 chest £0.16.4
George Hoover 1 dito £0.7.0
Thomas Hoover 1 (illegible-possibly stove) £3.0.1
John Smith 1 pot trammel £0.2.6
Thomas Hoover some plank £0.18.0
Jacob Hoover some bed steds £0.8.0
Thomas Hoover 1 bed £0.12.0
Wm. Douglass 1 bottle £0.2.1
Jacob Snider 3 barrels £0.1.2
Thomas Hoover 4 hogsheads £2.9.0
John Kiestiry 1 big wheel £0.6.0
Sebastian Hoover 1 branding Iron £0.0.9
Thomas Hoover some barrels £0.12.0
Sebastian Hoover 2 drawing knives £0.7.6
Thomas Hoover glass £0.13.2
Jacob Snider (illegible) £0.11.0
John Smith leather £0.2.1
Thomas Hoover barrels £0.2.0
Jacob Snider saw £0.9.0
Thomas Hoover linen £0.11.0
John Smith some check £0.7.6
Thomas Hoover linen £1.15.0
John Smith dito £0.3.3
Jacob Caw some (illegible words) £1.5.0
Jacob Hoover some cloth £0.12.6
Thomas Hoover thread £0.3.1
dito dito 1 table cloth £0.5.0
Jacob Hoover 1 (illegible) £0.6.0
Jacob Snider 1 dito £0.6.0
Thomas Hoover 1 bottle £0.0.10
dito dito dito dito £0.3.4
dito dito dito dito £0.1.0
Jacob Hoover 1 bottle £0.0.4
dito dito 1 (illegible) £0.8.1
Thomas Hoover 1 harrow £1.0.4
Jacob Snider 7 (illegible) corn £8.4.0
Sebastian Hoover 2 combs buckle and (illegible) £0.4.0
Jacob Hoover 1 glass £0.0.4
Thomas Hoover 1 bed sted £0.4.1
dito dito 1 cow chain £0.2.3
dito dito old Iron £0.4.2
Jacob Snider 1 wheel barrow £0.2.4
Jacob Hoover 2 brass (illegible) £0.2.0
dito dito 2 (illegible) £0.6.0
Michael Hoover 1 ax £0.3.7
Sebastian Hoover 1 hay fork £0.2.6
Thomas Hoover 1 hay fork £0.2.1
Sebastian Hoover 1 dito £0.2.0
Jacob Hoover wagon boxes £0.1.0
Thomas Hoover 1 (illegible) £0.1.3
Jacob Hoover 1 bell £0.5.3
Zachariah Rexroad bells £0.2.0
Michael Hoover 1 reed £0.3.1
Thomas Hoover Mall rings £0.1.7
Jacob Hoover Hob rings £0.3.0
Thomas Hoover S hook £0.1.1
George Hoover 1 quart 1 bason £0.1.5
Thomas Hoover 1 paire plaugh irons £0.6.7
Jacot Hoover 2 collars £0.0.2
Thomas Hoover 1 saddle £0.1.7
Jacob Hoover bottles £0.0.10
Thomas Hoover 1 bottle £0.0.4
dito dito 1 apple mill £0.7.1
George Hoover 1 stear £3.19.1
dito dito 1 cow £4.1.2
Sebastian Hoover 1 cow £4.0.1
Thomas Hoover 1 tub £0.4.3
dito dito 1 crowd tub £0.6.1
dito dito 1 tub £0.2.1
dito dito 1 lantran £0.3.0
Michael Hoover 1 steel trap £0.7.2
John David clk (total) £783.18.2
/s/ Jacob Hoover, Thomas Hoover, administrators

At a court held for Pendleton County the 5th day of July 1808 this sale bill of the estate of Sebastian Hoover, dec'd, was returned to court and ordered to be recorded.
(illegible) Teste. Z. Dyer, CPC
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Submitted by: Kate Beaugrand Cook, Minnesota kbcook@cfaith.com or kbcook@mn.rr.com



Will of Ines Hoover
Pendleton Co., WV Will Book 5:26
In the name of God, Amen. I, Ines Hoover of the County of Pendleton and State of West Virginia, being sickly and weak in boddy, but of sound mind and disposing mercy for which I thank God and calling to mind the uncertainty of human life and being desirous to dispose of all such worldly estate it has pleased God to bless me with, I give and bequeath the same in manner following,
First, it is my will and I do order that all my just debts and funeral expenses be duly paid and sadisfied as soon as conveniently can be done after my decease.
Secondly, I give and bequeath Catherine Reed and her heirs the track of land that I know live on after my death, but I am to have my maintenance off of the land so long as I live. I give the Old Woman's Saddle to Catharine Reed, all my personal property stands my own as long as I live - After my death it is to be devided among my heirs except Joab Keller's Heirs and they get nothing but one dollar.
And lastly, I nominate, constitute and appoint Jacob Kissamore to be the Executor of this my will, hereby revoking all other wills, legacies and bequests heretofore made by me and declaring this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof, I herewith set my hand and seal this 13th day of February 1870.
Signed Sealed and declared by the said testator his last will. Teste: B. A Raines, William Hartman /s/ Ines (his mark) Hoover (seal)
In the Recorder's office Pendleton County June 12, 1871. The last will and testament of Ines Hoover deceased was presented to the Recorder, proven by the oaths of B. A. Raines and William Hartman the subscribing witnesses thereto, and admitted to record. Teste: J. P. Boggs, DPC


Unknown BOOK (possibly/probably Deed Book 5); pp. 300-302; transcription from copy of original PC document:
This indenture made the 27th day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen between Michael Hoover and Mary his wife, Thomas Hoover and Barbara his wife, Jacob Hoover Jr, Henry Hoover, Peter Hoover, William Hoover, John Hoover, Samuel Hoover, George Hoover, Isaac Smith and Catherine his wife formerly Catherine Hoover, John Waggy and Barbara his wife formerly Barbara Hoover, Jacob Kious, George Sevey and Elizabeth his wife formerly Elizabeth Hoover which said Jacob, Henry, Peter, William, John Samuel, George, Catharine, Barbara and Elizabeth are children -- heirs and devisees of Peter Hoover dec'd and Sebastian Hoover and Catherine, children heirs of Sebastian Hoover the younger, dec'd, all or lately all of the County of Pendleton and state of Virginia and Catherine Stone formerly Catherine Hoover of the County of Woodford and the state of Kentucky of the one part and Zebulon Dyer and Jacob Hoover of the County of Pendleton state of Virginia of the other par!
t. The said Michael Hoover, Thomas Hoover, Peter Hoover dec'd, Sebastian Hoover the younger dec'd, and the said Sebastian Hoover Jr having departed this life intestate and being possessed of several tracts of land and lotts in the County of Pendleton the same deceased in coparencary to Jacob Hoover Jr, Michael Hoover to the heirs of Peter Hoover dec'd to the heirs of Sebasitian Hoover the younger dec'd, Thomas Hoover, Catharine Stone, Lawrence Hoover and George Hoover, the said Lawrence and George having heretofore conveyed their rights and title to the houses and lotts hereby conveyed to the said Zebulon Dyer and Jacob Hoover now this Indenture witnesseth that they on the first part. To this Indenture for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and twentyfive pounds current money to them in hand paid by the said Zebulon Dyer and Jacob Hoover the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain and sell un!
to the said Zebulon Dyer and Jacob Hoover their heirs and assigns all their rights (illegible) claims and interest in and to two houses and lotts in the Town of Franklin and County of Pendleton with one house on one of them and three on the others. First Lott situated on the west side of the main street with three houses thereon. Beginning at the corner of the house below Kees occupied by John Hevely and with the main street thence N12 and a half E8 poles to a stake and corner of Hezekiah Daggs lott and with a line of the same N77 1/2W10 poles to a stake S12 1/2W8 poles to a state on an alley and corner to the other lott and with the alley S77 1/2 E10 poles to the Beginning containing 1/2 an acre The other lott Joins the former on the west side and also half an acre with one house theron. Beginning at a statke on the alley and with a line of the former lott N12 1/2W10 poles to a stake on the back street and with a line of the back street S12 1/2W8 poles to a stake or corn!
er of the house at the alley and thence with the alley S77 1/2E10 poles to the Beginning. Together with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to have and to hold the said houses and lotts unto the said Zebulon Dyer and Jacob Hoover their heirs and assigns forever to the only proper use and behoof of them the said Zebulon Dyer and Jacob Hoover their heirs and assigns forevery and the said Michael Hoover and Mary his wive and all the others within mentioned their heirs executors and administrators do covenant with said Zebulon Dyer and Jacob Hoover and their heirs and assigns that they the said Michael Hoover and Mary his wife and all the others before mentioned their heirs executors and administrators the said houses and lotts unto the said Zebulon Dyer and Jacob Hoover their heirs and assigns against the claim or claims of them the said Michael Hoover and Mary his wife and all the others before mentioned and of all and every pers!
on or persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever (illegible). In witness whereof the said Thomas Hoover, and Barbara his wife, Micael Hoover and Mary his wife, Jacob Hoover Jr., Henry Hoover, Peter Hoover, William Hoover, John Hoover, George Hoover, Isaac Smith and Catharine his wife, John Waggy and Barbara his wife, Jacob Kions, Geirge Sevey and Elizabeth his wife, Sebastian Hoover and Catharine his wife and Catharine Stone by Henry Hull her attorney in fact have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first within written signed sealed and delivered in preference of /s/ Thomas Hoover (seal), Michael (M -- his mark) Hoover (seal), Sebastian (E's -- his mark) Hoover (seal), Catharine (x -- her mark) Hoover (seal), William Hoover (seal), Peter (P -- his mark) Hoover (seal), George Sevey (seal), Henry Hoover (seal), Catharine (+ -- her mark) Smith (seal).

At a court held for Pendleton County the 4th day of July 1813 this dees was acknowledged by Thomas Hoover, William Hoover, George Sevey and Peter Hoover, parties thereto and as to them is order to be recorded. A Copy Teste: Z Dyer CPC; And another Court held for said county the 5th day of July 1814 was further acknowledged by Henry Hoover, Michael Hoover and Catharine Simth wife of the within named Isaac Smith, she said Catharine being privily examined as the (illegible words) and as to them is answered to be recorded. A Copy Teste (illegible signature)
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Submitted by: Kate Beaugrand Cook, Minnesota
kbcook@cfaith.com or kbcook@mn.rr.com

I Peter Pobe [Pope] of the County of Pendleton and State of Virginia do hereby make my last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say, I give to my wife Catharine Pobe the house I now live in, and the thirds of all my Lands, and all the Household and kitchen furniture during her natural life, and I desire that the balance of the perishable part of my estate be immediately sold after my decease, and out of the monies arising therefrom, all my just debts and funeral expences be paid, and the balance to be divided in the following manner, my wife Catharine to have the one third, and the balance to be equally divided Between my son John Pobe, and my daughter Catharine Warnsturf. 2dly after the payment of my debts and funeral expenses, I give to my son John Pobe the lands that I purchased of William Smith, and all the lands that I hold below the lane. Thirdly I give to my son in law Jacob Warnsturf all the Lands that lies above the lane which I give to them their heirs executors, administrators and assigns forever. And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my son John Pobe and my soninlaw Jacob Warnsturf Executors of this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all other or former wills on Testaments by me Theretofore made. In witness wereof I have thereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 22 day of July in the year of our Lord 1831.

Signed, Sealed published and declared as and for the last will and Testament of the above named Peter Pobe in the presence of us Jacob Greinen and Adam [x his mark] Evick. Peter [his mark] Pobe.

At a Court held for Pendleton County on the 3rd day of February 1842. The Last Will and Testament of Peter Pobe dec'd was presented in Court and proved by the oaths of Jacob Greiner and Adam Evick the subscribing Witness thereto and ordered to be recorded.
And on the motion of John Pobe and Jacob Warnsturf the Executors therein named who made oath thereto and together with Matthew Dyer, Cyrus Hopkins and William H. Dyer their Securities entered into, and acknowledged their Bond in the penalty of Seven hundred Dollars conditioned as the Law directs certificate is granted them for obtaining a probat thereof in due form.-----

Examined Teste L.[?] Dyer CPC
Submitted by:
Sandra Pope

Will of Catherine Pope Warnstaff [Warnsturf] Will Book 5 page 224.

Be it remembered that I Catharine Warnstaff of the County of Pendleton and State of West Virginia being weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory, and blessed be Almghty God for the same do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following:
1st After my death I give to my son John Warnstaff Fifty Dollars ($50) in money.
(2nd) And to my son Noah Warnstaff I give Fifty Dollars ($50) in money.
(3rd) And to my son in law Charles W. Dasher I give One Dollar ($1) in money.
(4") And to my soninlaw Saml Trumbo I give One Dollar ($1) in money.
(5") And the remainder of my money and personal property I want divided equally between my son Peter Warnstaff and my daughter Susan Warnstaff.
And I hereby appoint my son Peter Warnstuff Executor of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 27th day of November in the year of our Lord 1869. Signed sealed published by the above named Catharine Warnstaff as her last will and testament in presence of us who at her request and at her presence have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses to the same. Peter Pope, Noah M. Cowger Witnesses. Catherine [x her mark] Warnstaff seal

State of West Virginia
In the Clerks office of the County Court of Pendleton County November 4th 1892.
The last Will and Testament of Catherine Warnstaff dec'd was this day presented to the Clerk in said office aforesaid and proved by the oaths of Peter Pope and Noah M. Cowger the subscribing witnesses thereto and there of the said Will is admitted to record.

Attest.

J. W. Daugherty Clerk
Submitted by:
Sandra Pope


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