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Bagwell, Richard
Richard Bagwell’s will was recorded 22 Nov. 1790 in Brunswick County, VA.

Bean, Catherine
Graves Co., KY, Will Book B, Page 13:
State of Kentucky
Graves County
I CATHERINE BEAN of said County and State being of sound mind and mindful of the certainty of life and the certainty of death and being decisive of arranging my ____ affairs, while yet alive, do move and bequeaththis my last will to wit.  After the payment of my just debts, should I have any at the time of my death, and the payment of funeral expenses, I give and bequeath to my step daughters, JULIA FRANCIS BEAN and BARBARA CELIA BEAN, who now live with me, the remainder of my estate of whatsoever kind that at the time of my death I have, own or may be entitled to by ___, after payment of debts and funeral expenses as aforesaid and in the event in the death of one of these, then the surviving one is to have all, hereby bequeathed to both.  Should such death occur either before or after my death – I hereby nominate and appoint DEMPSEY BEAN a to the aforesaid ______ as the executor of this my last will and desire that the proper court appoint him as _____ executor, and allow him to qualify without being required to execute bond as such executor.  In Witness whereof, I hereunto in the presence of O. W. WILSON and JOSEPH M. ELMORE witness to this will.  Subscribed and sworn this the ___ day of May 1898.
Signed, CATHERINE BEAN
Witness to signature,
JOSEPH ELMORE
Signed by Catherine Bean who acknowledged the signature and the instrument as he will in our presence and _____ sign in her presence the May 24 1898. 
O. W. WILSON
JOSEPH M. ELMORE

Bean, Julia Francis
I JULIA FRANCIS BEAN of Graves County Kentucky, being aware of the uncertainty of life and in failing health, but of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and testament in manner and form as follows:  First, I give and bequeath to my sister BARBARA CELIA BEAN her heirs and assigns forever all of my property, real, personal and mixed of what nature and kind soever and wheresoever the same shall be at the time of my death except a sufficient amount to defray my funeral expenses and erect a monument at my grave.  Secondly, I hereby nominate and appoint as executor of this my last will and testament my nephew MARCUS DEMPSEY CAVITT, whom I hereby appoint and fully authorize to execute this my last will.  To collect debts due me or to become due and to dispose of all my personal obattels (?).  Witness my hand this the 20th dayof July, 1916.
JULIA FRANCIS BEAN
Witness
J. W. USHER
B. E. BAZZELL
State of Kentucky
County of Graves, Sct.
I, O. L. MASON, Clerk of the county court in and for the County and State aforesaid, do certify that the foregoing instrument of writing purporting to be the true last will and testament of JULIA FRANCIS BEAN, deceased, was filed in the Graves County court on the 21st day of May, 1917, and offered for probation.  Then came J. W. USHER and B. E. BAZZELL, the two subscribing witnesses to said instrument who after having been duly sworn testified as follows, viz: "We have examined the will now before the court for probation and find the same to be the same instrument that was signed by JULIA FRANCIS BEAN, in our presence, as her true last will and testament and which she thereupon acknowledged as her true last will and testament and free act and deed; at the time of signing same she was of sound mind and disposing memory, and at her request, in her presence and in the presence of each other we signed our names as subscribing witness thereto."  Then at the same term of said court said instrument was adjudged to be the true last will and testament of the said Julia Francis Bean, deceased, probated as same and ordered to record and I have therefore recorded same and this certificate in Will Book C page 64 in the Graves County court clerk's office, this the 22nd day of May, 1917.
O. L. MASON, Clerk

Booth, George
Sussex County, VA, Will Book A (1754-1764), Page 292:
Dated March 16, 1763, Proved September 15, 1763
I GEORGE BOOTH SR. of Sussex County, in a low state but of sound memory
To my grandson GEORGE BOOTH, son of GEORGE BOOTH - Sussex County land lying south of Sappony Creek, likewise 100 acres on the north side of Sappony Creek, bounded by Ready Branch
To my grandson GEORGE PARHAM, son of JOHN PARHAM - land in Sussex County in the fork of Sappony Creek, 220 acres, and 40 pounds.
To my grandsons JOHN PARHAM, THOS PARHAM, MATTHEW PARHAM - 40 pounds each
To my daughter MARY PARHAM - 100 pounds and personality (slave girl ANNACA), during her natural life, and after her death the Negro to return to my granddaughter ANNE PARHAM(?).
To my grandsons REUBEN BOOTH and THOMAS BOOTH and GILLIAM BOOTH and JOHN BOOTH and GEORGE MALONE and REUBEN MALONE and BOOTH MALONE, and to my granddaughters MARY BOOTH and WINIFRED ROBERTSON and WILMOTH MALONE -40 pounds each.
To my daughter ANN MALONE - 100 pounds
To my granddaughter LUCY JONES - 40 pounds and personality (slave girl HANNAH)
To my friend LUCY HILL - 40 pounds, saddle and bridle - check linen
To my grandson GEORGE BOoth - the rest of my estate.
Executor: my grandson GEORGE BOOTH.
Signed GEORGE (X) BOOTH.
Wit:  AMOS LOVE, JOHN MALONE, FREDERICK SMITH.
At Sussex County Court of Sep 15, 1763, the will of GEORGE BOOTH dec’d was presented in court by the executor, proved by the oaths of the witnesses, and OR. The executor was granted a certificate for obtaining a probate.

Busby, Thomas (daughter was Mary Busby Malone)
From the book "Malone and Allied Families" by Randolph Malone, page 15:
The 4-9-1723 will of THOMAS BUSBY of Prince George Co., Wyanoke Parish, left 1 shilling to daughter MARY MALLONE.

Brasfield, George (born 1736)
From the book "Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies" by Annabelle C. McAllister and Edward N. McAllister, 1959, page 123:
" . . . made a will in Granville Co., N.C., June 21, 1771, naming his wife ELIZABETH and children: ABIGAIL MALONE, ELIZABETH KNOTT, FANNIE BOND, NANCY BRASFIELD, JUDITH BRASFIELD, GEORGE BRASFIELD, CALEB BRASFIELD, MILLY BRASFIELD and PATTY BRASFIELD. The will was proved at a Court in 1771 by ROBERT MALONE, one of the subscribing witnesses thereto. As it had been suggested to the Court that the will was illegally recorded, the Court in Feb. 1790 ordered the Clerk to record the will in full, upon the oath of JAMES DOWNEY, who proved the will in open court. (Will Book 2, p 155, Granville Co., N.C.) 141"

Brasfield, George (born 1765, son of David)
From the book "Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies" by Annabelle C. McAllister and Edward N. McAllister, 1959, page 14:
"GEORGE BRASFIELD, probably son of DAVID BRASFIELD, was born May 18, 1765, in what later became Wake County, N.C.; died Dec. 11, 1822, after making his will in Wake Co., Nov. 20, 1822. Last Will and Testament of GEORGE BRASFIELD of Wake Co., N.C. (Abstracted from Will Book 17, p 435)

Brassfield, George (born 1765, son of George)
From the book "Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies" by Annabelle C. McAllister and Edward N. McAllister, 1959, page 127:
". . . made will Oct. 5, 1808 , Granville Co., N.C., probated Feb. 1809.

Cameron, William
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=pamgresham&id=I87
Estate Records 1797–1816, Christian County, Kentucky,
Will Book A (1797–1811) and Will Book B (1811–1816)
Will Book A, Page 195:

In the name of God Amen. I, WILLIAM CAMERON, of the County of Christian and State of Kentucky being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God calling into mind the state of my body and knowing it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament. First of all I recommend my soul to the almighty God that gave it and my body to the grave nothing doubting but I shall receive the same again by the power of that almighty Being who gave and as touching such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bestow on me I give devise and dispose of in following form:
First: I give and bequeath my estate to the management of my dearly beloved wife to be kept together during the time of her widowhood or lifetime if remaining in a single capacity, but in case of marriage if she should marry the property to be sold and equally divided between her and the children and each having an equal part.
Sealed and delivered in presence of us this the 18th day of December 1810.
Signed, WM. CAMERON
Teste: ARCHABALD MCDONALD, DANIEL MC?, JOEL THOMPSON, JESSE JOHNSTON
Christian County Court May Term 1811: This last will and testament of WILLIAM CAMERON, deceased was exhibited in Court and proven by the oaths of ARCH. MCDONALD, and DANIEL MC? to be the act and deed hand and seal of said Cameron, deceased, and the will was ordered to be recorded and is thereupon truly admitted to record.
Teste: JOHN G. REYNOLDS

Will Book B, Trigg County, KY:
Page 147:
 WILLIAM CAMERON – mentions WILLIAM RANDOLPH guardian of infant heirs of WILLIAM CAMERON – JOHN, JESSE, NANCY, and MARGARET. 
Page 148:  WILLIAM CAMERON – Settlement with WILLIAM RANDOLPH as guardian of Cameron’s heirs – mentions EPHRAIM HERRISBERGER(?), JOHN MCCAUGHAN, CAMPBELL’s, DAVID RANDOLPH, JOHN ADAMS for rent year 1821, FAULKNER’s(?) for rent years 1822 & 1823.  Also, DANIEL CAMERON, JOHN MCCOVERY, JOHN CAMERON – April 15, 1826, JESSE CAMERON – November 3, 1827/January 5, 1828, NANCY CAMERON, and MARGARET CAMERON. 
Page 149:  “Commonwealth of Kentucky, Trigg, County Set,
I WILLIAM CAMERON, clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do certify that this settlement made by Commissioners with WILLIAM RANdolph as guardian of the heirs of WILLIAM CAMERON deceased, was on this 16th day of June 1828 returned unto said Trigg County Court, and being examined by the Court was approved and ordered to be recorded.  Whereupon said settlement together with this certificate hath been duly admitted to records in my office.  Given under my hand this said 28th day of June, 1828. WILL CAMERON” (Unknown who William Cameron, clerk, is or how he may be related)

Caswell, Mathew (daughter was Jane Caswell Jackson)
Will of MATHEW CASWELL establishes the information that he is the father of JANE who was the future wife of GILES (JACKSON). The land left to his son WILLIAM was passed on to JANE as directed by the will.

Cavett, Michael Whitley
From "Tennessee Records of Sumner County, Will Book, Vol. I, 1789-1822,
Historical Records Project #65-44-1499", April 15, 1936
(original page 324, transcribed will book page 139-140), LDS film #0024839
(copied as it was transcribed in the will book):

"In the name of God Amen, I MICHAL CAVATT of the county of Sumner and State of Tennessee being weak of body, but of sound and perfect mind and memory blessed be God for the same - Do make and publish this my last will and testament in the manner and form following, viz, First I give unto my beloved wife KATHARIN CAVOLT my plantation whereon I live during her widowhood or natural life with all the goods and chattels thereto belonging to be applied for the purpose of raising her family, I further bequeath or desire that my land at the marriage or decease of my wife KATHRINE CAVATT be equally divided between my four sons GEORGE, ALEXANDER, THOMAS, & CLAIBORN CAVETT. I also bequeath or desire that my two daughters MARTHA and ELIZABETH CAVETT have at the marriage or decease of my wife KATHARIN CAVETT one feather bed and furniture each and thirty dollars worth of property and to my daughter MARY SMART I desire that she may have five dollars worth of property at the marriage or decease of my wife KATHARIN CAVETT. Given and my desire is that my wife KATHARIN CAVETT be sole Executrix. Given under my hand and seal this 11th day of Oct. 1820.
MICHAEL CAVETT Seal
Sealed, signed and published in the presence of us STEPHEN W. BALDRUYR, JAS RONEY.

State of Tennessee, Sumner County Court 1st day of July Term 1821.
The last will and testament of MICHIAL CAVETT dec was produced in court for probate and proven by the oaths of JAMES RONEY one of the subscribing witnesses thereto. 4th day of said February Term 1821. The last will and testament of MICHAEL CAVETT dec was exhibited to court for probate and thereupon said will and testament was duly proved by the oath of STEPHEN W. BALDRIDGE one of the subscribing witnesses thereto, andsaid will and tesament having been proved in open court on a previous day of the present term of this court by JAMES RONEY the other subscribing witness thereto; whereupon said will and testament is ordered to be recorded - where upon CATHARIN CAVETT Executrix named in said will and qualified as such by taking the oath of an Executrix prescribed by law and by entering into bond with GEORGE CAVETT and THOMAS HALEMANHAR securities in the penalty of two thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs."

Chun, Sylvester
1840: Marshall County, Tennessee, Will Book A. Page 99-100:
In the name of God Amen.  I SYLVESTER CHUN of the county of Marshall and state of Tennessee being in perfect mind & memory do make and ordain this my last will & testament in name and form following I give and bequeath to my wife OBEDIANA the following property two beds and Bedsteds and the furniture that belongs to ___ and one mair and side saddle. It is also my will that the ballance of the state is equallydivided between grandson WILLIAM CHUNN and my wife and that the above mentioned property be divided at my death. It is my will that all the household furniture belong to my wife her lifetime and then to be equally divided between my grandson WILLIAM CHUNN and my wife children ___ filing the two beds and bedsteds and furniture that is above mentioned. It is also my will that the tract of land where I now live on tobelong to my wife her lifetime and at her death it is my will that my grandson JARRET S. CHUNN have the land that I now live on.  I have here unto set my hand and seal it the 23 December, 1840.  SYLVESTER (X) CHUN
Witnesses: DAVID SHIRES, EDWARD HARRIS, MOSES ADKINS.  Proved in the May Term of Court 1841.

Darby, Thomas B. (son was Thomas M. Darby)
Henry County, TN, WillBbook H, page 707:
Will of THOMAS B. DARBY made 30 May, 1854, mentions his wife CALDINA (or CARENA) DARBY, daughter MARY N. DARBY MCGUMAN (or MCDERMON) married to CLEM MCDERMON, 7 sons, 2 daughters: including LOUISA A. PATIENCE, and son THOMAS M. DARBY. It also appears to mention upon his death in 1855 MARY H. GUTHRIE widow, a relick(?) of WILLIAM G. GUTHRIE dec'd.

(Upchurch) Darnall, Cilia
Will made 10 May 1848, Henry County, TN.

Darnall, Morgan
Will recorded in Will Book A-1 on page 51, King George County, VA:
Morgan's will was presented in court Friday, Oct. 7, 1726 by his widow ELIZABETH. Witnesses to his will were CHARLES MORGAN and TIMOTHY READING.

Darnall, Nicholas
Henry County, TN, Will Book A, Page 42:
In the name of God Amen, I NICHOLAS DARNALL SR., of the County of Henry and State of Tennessee
do make ordain and declare this instrument which is written to be my last will and Testament revoking all others.
Imprimis, All my debts of which there are but few and none of magnitude, are to be punctually paid, and legacies hereafter bequeathed, . . .

Page 43:
are to be discharged as soon as circumstances will permit in the manner directed.
Item 2. To my dearly beloved wife, SEALY DARNALL, I give and bequeath three hundred dollars Tennessee bank bills, and a horse to be valued at sixty dollars, and her saddle, and a cow and calf and two ewes, and a sow and pigs, and a trunk and loom and wheel and cards, and a bed and furniture and a table.
Item 3. I give and bequeath unto my beloved son, WILLIAM DARNALL one negro girl, named SHARLOT, to him and his heirs forever.
Item 4. I give and bequeath to my beloved son, THOMAS DARNALL, one negro boy, named HENRY, to him and his heirs forever.
Item 5. I give and bequeath unto my beloved daughter, PATSEY MELONE, a negro girl, named SILVEY, to her and her heirs forever.
Item 6. I give and bequeath unto my beloved son, NICHOLAS DARNALL JR., two negro boys, named ISHAM and DREW, to him and his heirs forever.
Item 7. I give and bequeath to my daughter, SUSANNAH LOGAN, one negro woman named KIS, and her two children, WILLIS and SAM, to her and her heirs forever.
Item 8. I give and bequeath to my daughter, NANCY INGRAM, one negro woman named NAN, and her two children, REUBEN and LEWIS, to her and her heirs forever.
Item 9.* I give and bequeath to my beloved son, HENRY DARNALL, one negro man named BILL, to him and his heirs forever.
Item 10. I give and bequeath unto my daughter, LUCY BONE, two negroes, named JOSEPH and BECK, to her and her heirs forever.
Item 11. All the rest and residue of my estate, real and personal, not disposed of in manner aforesaid, in whatsoever consisting, I desire may be sold by my executors and equally divided between my above named children, and also my sons, JAMES DARNALL and BENJAMIN DARNALL.
Lastly, I constitute and appoint my beloved sons WILLIAM DARNALL and NICHOLAS DARNALL,
executors of this my last will & testament.
In witness of all and each of the things here in contained, I have set my hand and seal this 18th day of August in the year eighteen hundred and twenty three. 
NICHOLAS DARNALL (Seal)
Attest:
JOHN MARBERRY
SAMUEL WYNN

State of Tennessee
Henry County Court December Term1823.
The foregoing last will and testament of NICHOLAS DARNALL, decd, was exhibited in open Court by the executors therein named and was proven by the oaths of JOHN MARBERRY and SAML WYNN the Subscribing witnesses there to and orders to be recorded.  JAMES HICKS, Clk. of Henry County Court

*Item 7 thro’ mistake is recorded in the (?)ean of Item 9 and via versa.

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Record of Bondage
WILLIAM DARNALL, Executor's Bond. Recorded 30th March 1824:

Know all men by these presents that we WILLIAM DARNALL, NICHOLAS DARNALL, JOSEPH SKAGGS, JESSE C. GAINER, HENRY DARNALL, ROBERT SWOR and LEVI BONE, all of the County of Henry and the State of Tennessee, are held and firmly bound unto WILLIAM CARROLL, Governor, in and over the State of Tennessee in the sum of five thousand dollars, to be paid to the said Governor and his successors in office, to which payment will and truly to be made we bind (?)ary  over heirs execution of administrators jointly (?)  firmly by these presents Sealed with our  Seals and dated this 1st day of December 1823.
The bondsman of the above obligation is such that if the above bondsmen WM. DARNALL and NICHOLAS DARNALL executors of the last will and testament of NICHOLAS DARNALL, dec’d, do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods of said decd. which have or shall come into the hands, possession or knowledges of this the said WM and NICHOLAS DARNALL or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for them and the same so made do exhibit to this Court within ninety days after the date of these presents and further do make or cause to be made a true and just account of their said executorship within two years from the date of these presents and all the rest and residue of the said good and
(?) and (?) which shall be found remaining upon the said executors account, the same being for examined and which of by the Court shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons respectively as the same shall be due unto person and to the true intent of meaning of the acts in such case made and proved then the above obligation to be void else to remain in full force and effect.  In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands of Seals this day and year above written.
WILLIAM DARNALL (Seal)
NICHOLAS DARNALL (Seal)
JOSEPH SKAGGS (Seal)
JESSE C. GAINER (Seal)
ROBERT SWOR (Seal)
HENRY DARNALL (Seal)
LEVI BONE (Seal)
Attest: JAMES HICKS

Page 44 & 45
An Inventory of the Estate of Nicholas Darnall, Dec’d.
December 19th, 1823:
Some of the buyers from the estate: 
CHARLES ROBERTS, PETER KENDALL, JOHN MARBERRY, BOOTHE MALONE, LEVI BONE, WILLIAM S. DARNALL, BRIANT BUNCH, ISAIAH KERBEY, THOMAS TOWNSEND, ALBERT PETTY, JOHN A. NEWLIN, AMOS H. LACEY, WILLIAM ROSS SR., JOSHUA FINDLEY, JOHN MILLS, JAMES ASHLOOK, ROBERT SINKLER, THOMAS LAURISON, THOMAS L. DARNALL, LEWIS FINLEY, THOMAS FRAZIER, LUCY BONE, SOLOMON WILLIAMS, DAVID UPCHURCH, JOSEPH DUNKIN, THOMAS DELOACH, JACOB HOOVER, JOHN L. ALLEN, JOHN HARRISON, BENJAMIN CHAPMAN, HENRY BRANSON, ANDREW RUSHAW, WM ROSS, JOHN H. CRUTCHEN, JOHN DUDGEON, LACY DARNALL, CELIA DARNALL, THOMAS VANENTINE, AMOS H. LACY, THOMAS GRAY, JOHN LEA, JAMES ASHLOCK, HENRY WRIGHT.
BOOTHE MALONE bought
hoe $1.50
1 cart of oxen $70.00
6 hogs 3rd choice $30.00
1 fodder stack $5.00
10 box of corn $18.37 ½
1 bill 62 ½ cents
1 pair saddle bags $2.75

Page 102
Record of Bonds & Wills:
We the undersigned Persons appointed by the Worshipful Court of Henry County to with NICHOLAS DARNALL on of executors of the estate of NICHOLAS DARNALL SR. dec’d hand examine the vouchers in the hands of ? Executor and find that he is charged(?) ? with the sum of $2824.57 ¾ and we find he is entitled to a credit of as per . . .

Page 103:
vouchers No 1 $59.25 also to $266.00 per voucher No 2 per voucher No 3 25.31 ¼ per voucher No 4 264.62 . . . (there are a total of 72 voucher Numbers not listed on this transcription) . . .

Page 104 (cont.):
or find that the receipt to and vouchers amount to $2582.31
which would have a balance in Executors hands $242.26 ¾
we find also that ? Executor has in his hands the sum of three hundred dollars not shown on Inventory $300.
542.26 ¾
We also find that WILLIAM DARNALL thru other Executors to the estate has in his hands $600 besides interest which shows that NICHOLAS DARNALL has paid out to Legatees and for debts ? $57.7 ¾ cents more than the sum he is charged with as Executor besides fifty dollars which we allow said Executor for services and also nine dollars for corn sold to LEWIS FINLEY and not otherwise accounted for making in ? ? ? ? 57.7 ¾
then fifty for services is 50.
then 9 dollars for corn LEWIS FINLEY 9.
as per No 75 in file making the sum of $116.72 ¼
We also find that NICHOLAS DARNALL the Executor is a legatee & equally entitled to a dividend of the estate with the balance of the heirs given under our hands this ? ? in the town of Paris in the year 1830.
JULIAN FRAZIER & DANIEL WYNN
Error ? by the parties approved by the County.

Darnall, Waugh
Will found in Tyler's Quarterly and in Will Book of King George County, VA:
Presented into court by his widow ELIZABETH. Witnesses to will were CHARLES TRAVERS and TIMOTHY SULLIVAN.

Duncan, Jesse
Shelby County, KY, Wills (FHC film 259,251 & later):
Will Book 5, Page 246:
15 Sept. 1821, estate of JESSE DUNCAN, inventory returned by appraisers, approved by JACOB DUNCAN, admr. (no will located).

6-66: 22 Sept. 1821, sales of estate to ALLEN DUNKIN, ANDERSON DUNKIN, JACOB DUNKIN, ELIJAH POLLARD, JOHN RADFORD, JACOB LEFLER, JOHN MEADOWS, MAGGA DUNKIN, JACOB MERIWETHER, JOHN MERIWETHER, REBECCA DUNKIN, MILDRED DUNKIN, JOHN PERKINS, THOMAS BAUGH, DAVID PERKINS, MARGARET DUNKIN.

7-35: March, 1825, final settlement by JACOB DUNCAN, admr.
Additional information from VIVIAN RUEGGE to ALICE DUNCAN

9/1981: Shelby Co. KY, Oct. Court 1825, Estate of JESSE DUNCAN, Adm. ANDERSON DUNCAN. Heirs: ANDERSON DUNCAN, JOHN M. MERRIWEATHER; ALLEN DUNCAN; JACOB LEFFLER (ELIZABETH LEFFLER named in another document); JACOB DUNCAN; BENJIMAN DUNCAN; REBECCA DUNCAN; MAGGA DUNCAN; and heirs of WM. DUNCAN. Mentions debt to NANCY DUNCAN of $15.00.

Additional information:
Shelby Co. KY Deed Book I, Page 217:
24 Oct. 1807, JESSE DUNCAN at this time of the Co. of Buckingham but who is about to remove to State of KY, to CHESLEY GLOVER and JAMES ANDERSON of Co. of Buckingham who are also about to remove to KY, mortgage of negroes, recorded Buckingham Co, VA, 14 Dec. 1807. Wit. ROLFE ELDRIDGE, B. GAINES, WILLIAM GLOVER, JESSE GLOVER, EDMUND GLOVER JR. Rec. Shelby Co., KY, 17 Oct. 1808. (FHC film 259,231)
Shelby County Courthouse
Appraisement of slaves and personal property of Jesse Duncan, dec'd - Sept. 15, 1821... total $1812.02.
Signed JAMES FORD, WM. W. FORD, JOHN RADFORD.

From JESSE DUNCAN, dec'd, vouchers:
Christiansburg, Oct. 1st, 1824: JACOB DUNCAN, admr. JESSE DUNCAN, dec'd ... medicines and attendance on MATILDA, JIM, PHILIS AND FAN (slaves) - also twenty-nine visits $60.00; JACOB DUNCAN guardian to MARGARET DUNCAN; JESSE DUNCAN dbtr to NANCY DUNCAN, to $15.00 lent silver $15.00 NANCY. This day ELIZABETH LEFLER appeared before me, justice of peace said she heard JESSE say he loaned NANCY $15.
JESSE DUNCAN Admr. Settlement, 1825 March, (Rec. Bk. 7, p. 35)
Shelby Co. S. Ct. November Court 1824; Ordered that SETH COOK and GEORGE PEARCY be appointed Commissioners to settle with JACOB DUNCAN Admr. of JESSE DUNCAN dec'd and make report. Att. JA. L. WHITAKER, Clk.
The estate of JESSE DUNCAN, dec'd to JACOB DUNCAN admr. of sd. estate
Debts: to paying Isaac (?) on note, 12.00
to paying NANCY FLOOD, late NANCY DUNCAN, 15.00
season of two mares
off execution on Decedent (?), 5.99
doctor for attending negroes, 60.00
clerk fee
funeral expenses, 15.00
personal services, 30.00
midwife in 3 cases, 5.00
commissioners, 2.00
in favor of GEORGE RADFORD, 13.00
spirits for sale & sick & buyers, 13.00
etc. Signed SETH COOK