The Estate File of William CARDIN

The film of the estate file was obtained through an LDS Family History Center. The page numbers were added by me. The pages are shown in the order in which they appear on the film. The backslashes (\\\\\) are shown when I was unable to decipher a word.

There are quite a few instances of what appear to be abreviations whose meaning is not clear to me. There were instances of what looked like "To" which I interpreted as "item". There were other instances that looked like "Do", which was usually an abreviation for "ditto", except that "ditto" didn't really make sense to me. I just left them as \\\.


PAGE 00 LDS FHC Film #1984420 State Archives Atlanta GA 3059 Mel - Marg Park 16 13 Dec 1994 32 KOD246125301303 15103 GA 0790A 14R Georgia Jasper Co Probate Court Estate Case Files 1809-1907
PAGE 01 Jasper County Cardin, William Estates
PAGE 02 Georgia } I certify that the within named Jasper County } Edward Price and Robert Sharman were duly sworn before me this 09 August 1825 Obadiah Edge JP
PAGE 03 Cardin, William estate 1825 Dicey Cardin widow Georgia } To the Honorable the Superior Court Jasper County } for the County aforesaid The petition of Dicey Cardin shewth, that she is the widow of William Carden now deceased, late of the County aforesaid who in his life time and whilst your petitioner was the lawful wife of him the said William Carden, and also at his death, was seized & possessed in fee Simple of a certain parcel of land, situate lying and being in the fourteenth District of originally Baldwin now Jasper County known and distinguished in the plan of said by half of Lot number Seven containing one hundred one & a half acres more or less to gather with all and singular rights [encumbrances?] and appurtenc es thereto belonging whereof your petitioner is now intitled to Dowery she having never relinquished the same or any part thereof and whereof she hath nothing. That the said William Cardin departed this life on the first day of November eighteen hundred and twenty four, that first day of January in the year eighteen hundred and twentyfive your petitioner notified all the parties interested that she should apply to this Honorable Court for a writ of petition to lay off & assign to her her Dower in & to said half lot of land
PAGE 04 and your petitioner avers that said Dower is to her of the value of five hundred dollars Wherefore she prays that three fit and proper & \\\\ freeholders of the County aforesaid may be appointed and that said Court will cause \\\ writ to be issued directed to said Freeholders or a majority of them, directing them to en- ter upon said land and premises and to admeas ure lay off and assign to your petitioner her Dower \\\\\\\ Matthew Phillips atty for Pet August 10th 1825 Georgia } Jasper County } By virtue of a writ of partition for Dower to as directed from the Honorable the Superior Court of this County aforesaid we have entered upon the within described premises and after measuring and ascertaining the quantity and quality of the same: have assigned and and set off to Dicey Carden widow of the late William Carden desd her Dower \\\\\ commencing on a line of Smith Davenports land fifteen chains above the N.E. corner and \\\\ with said line S 45 East 15 ch and then a S ?5 W 22 chains and 50 links to the line of James Carden and then a along said line N45 W 15chs then a N45 E22 chs and 50 links to the beginning containing thirty three and a third acres. Given under our hands and seals this 29th August 1825 Robt Sharman {} Edward Price {}
PAGE 05 Georgia } To Edward Price Jasper County } Robert Trippe and Robert Sharman Greeting You or a majority of you are hereby commanded and directed justly and without delay, you enter upon a certain Lot or parcel of land, situate lying and being in the fourteenth District of originally Baldwin now Jasper County known & distinguished in the plan of said District by half of lot No 7 number Seven containing onehundred one & a quarter acres and then and then admeasure lay off and assign the one third part hereof as well in the number of acres as in the value thereof including the improvements thereon, as the Dower of Di Cey Carden widow of the late William Carden deceased, who it appears to us as intitled to the same and that you return your proceedings in the premises together with this writ at the next Term of the Superior Court for the County afore- said. Witness the Honorable Augustine B Long \\\\\ Judge of said County this 12th day of August 1825 John Hill clerk
PAGE 06 Letters temporary to James Carden & James B. Goolsby
PAGE 07 Carden, William (dec.) James Carden (admin) 1824 James B. Goolsby admin Georgia, } To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: Jasper County. } WHEREAS James Carden and James B. Goolsby have made application to me for letters of administration on the estate and effects of William Carden, decd, And whereas in consequence thereof the necessary forms have been followed, and citation issued from this office, returnable to the next Court of Ordinary: And it being suggested to me that unless authority is granted to some person to collect and gather up the goods, chattels and effects of the said deceased, during that period of time, the same will be liable to be made waste and injured: Now, therefore, know ye that I, John C. Gibson Clerk of the Court of Ordinary of said county, by virtue of the power in me vested by the General Assembly, have and by these presents do grant unto the said James Carden & James B. Goolsby full power by the tenor of these presents, to collect and gather up all and singular the goods, chattels, &c. of the said deceased, and to keep the same without impeachment or waste until legal administration thereon shall be granted - and to render a just and true account of the same when thereunto required. GIVEN under my hand, this 21st day of September 1824 J C Gibson CCO
PAGE 08 Cardin, William 1824 James B. Goolsby (admn) James Cardin (admn) GEORGIA, Jasper county, By the Honorable the Justice of the Inferior court of said county, sitting for Ordinary purposes TO Jarrel Beasley, John Rivers Smith Davenport Lewis Dowdell & Zephaniah Harvey THESE are to authorise and empower you, or any three of you, whose names are above written, to appraise the goods and chattles of William Carden late of this county deceased, in dollars and cents, so far as the same shall be produced to you by James B. Goolsby & James Carden admr , or come to your sight or knowledge; you having first taken an oath before some Justice of the Peace for said county, well and truly so to do - a certificate of which you are required to return annexed to the appraisement. And when you have the same so appraised, you are to return an inventory thereof, signed by any three of you unto the said administrators within the time prescribed by law, together with this warrant. In testimony whereof, I have officially set my hand and seal, this first day of November 1824 J. C. Gibson CCO {}
PAGE 09 Inventory & apprais ment of the Estate of William Carden decd
PAGE 10 Inventory and appraisement of the goods and chattels of William Carden deceased One negro woman Fanny & her child Davy $500.00 " do man named Ned 500.00 " do woman " Amy 400.00 " do boy " America 350.00 " do woman " Dolly 150.00 " dark bay horse 80.00 " grey mare 80.00 " grey filly 70.00 " yoke work steers 80.00 " black cow & calf 16.00 " Red cow 12.00 " yellow cow 12.00 " Dunn Bull 8.00 " Small dunn Bull 6.00 " Dunn Heifer 5.00 Three Lead sheep 6.00 One cart 25.00 Sixty two head hogs 180.00 45 Barrels 4 bushels corn at $2.50 per barrel 92.00 Two Stacks of oats 10.00 Six Stacks fodder 22.50 37 bushels pees Bushels wheat at 87 per bu 32.54 One 70 gallon still H 50.00 1609 lbs Seed cotton at $2.50 per cwt 41.22 one bed beadstead & furniture 40.00 one do do & furniture 30.00 one do do & furniture 30.00 " Lot bed clothes 15.00 " do do do 34.00 " Trunk & chest 2.50 Three trunks 10.00 one lot books 1.50 " side board bottles \\\ flax \\\ box 9.00 ------------- 2734.50
PAGE 11 C 1 lot of leather \\\\ one hone $1.00 " shot gun & rifle 12.00 " Lot crockery ware 4.00 " Cubbard 10.00 " clock 10.00 " flax wheel & clock reel 4.00 " Toilett & glass 1.00 1 bedquilt 4.00 Nine chairs 4.00 One Lot Pewter & tin ware 16.75 " pair flat Irons 1.25 Two spinning wheels & 2 pair cards 4.00 One Lot Iron ware & castings 14.50 " scythe & cradle 1.50 eight beehives 16.00 Two saddles saddlebags & halters 13.00 One harrow plow 4 plows & 2 sets gear 6.50 " Log chain & old chain 2.25 seven axes & 2 wedges 8.00 One lot hoes 3.25 " Lot Tools 3.25 " Lot old Iron 0.50 Eleven hogsheads 5.50 eleven barrels 5.00 One lot tubs & pails 3.75 " Lot Sistern(?) & churn 3.00 Two pine tables, 1 pr Steelyards & 2 coffee mills 4.00 one cowhide, 2 bridles, 1 pr sheep shrs & 1 burning iron 1.87 " set knives & forks & flax hackle 2.00 Three Jugs & 1 Jar 2.00 one cuting box corn husks & flax 6.50 " fro & flax brake 1.00 Cash on hand 33.00 Four notes on Wm Aldred for twenty five dollars each due 25th december 1824 100.00 one note on Wiley W Williams for $1.25 due 28th March 1824 1.25 Two notes on Nathan Moffett for $25.50 & $17.50 due 27th September 1824 43.00
PAGE 12 One note on James Jackson for $4.25 due 30th August 1822 $4.25 An open account on Saml Barber for .37 do do do " Robert Beasley .37 do do do " Yancy Thornton .25 do do do " James P Harvey .25 do do do " Pleasant Potter .62 do do do " Jas Moore 1.18 do do do " Nathan Moffett .37 \\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 2.00 \\\\\\\\\\\\\ \.00 3 meal bags 1.50 a quantity of salt supposed to 1 bushel 1.25 We do certify that the above & foregoing is a Just and true appraisement of the goods & chattels of William Carden deceased, as far as was shewn to us by the Administrators of said dec, to the best of our Judgement - given under our hand Zephaniah Harris Jarrel Beasley appraisers Lewis Dowdell John Rivers I do hereby certify that the above appraisers were sworn to perform their duty as appraisers this 4th Noverber 1824 -- Obadiah Edge JP
PAGE 13 Ordinary Office Registered in book I Jasper County folio 349 10th March 1825 J C Gibson CCO
PAGE 14 Ordinary office } Registered in Book Jasper County } I folio 357 L8 this 30 Jany 1828 A R Buchanan CCO Return on the Estate of Wm Carden decd Administration Clrk Certificate Recorded
PAGE 15 The Estate of William Carden deceased {item} James B Goolsby admr Dc {item} one hundred forty one dollars 87 cents the amount as part of William Cardens Jr legacy as per voucher No 1 $141.87 {item} this sum paid to Mrs Dicey Carden widow as per voucher No 2 2 46.03 {item} this sum paid Nathan Moffett in full of his Legacy in right of his wife Alla Carden per vo No 3 11.00 {item} this sum paid James Carden in part of his Legacy as per Vo No 4 150.00 {item} this sum paid Britain Smith in right of his wife Nancy Carden in part of his Legacy as per Vo No 5 150.00 {item} this sum paid to Aaron Smith Esq for the cost of his papers in favor of William Carden as Wm Thornton as per papers & voucher No 6 3.12 -------- amount carried over 502.03
PAGE 16 Brot over 502.03 3/4 {item} this sum paid Yancy Thornton for \\\ of 1826. Voucher No 7 1.43 This sum paid John C Gibson Clerk of C of ordinary for return of 8 Jany 1827 as per Vo No 8 1.12 ------- 504.40 James B Goolsby admr of Wm Carden deceased {item} said estate Dc {item} this sum received in \\\ for the sale of real estate belonging to the estate of Wm Carden Dc $124.0\ {item} this sum on commission at 5 percent on 4755.97 $237.76 his James @ B Goolsby admr mark voucher in due form 10 Jany 1828 A R Buchanan CCO
PAGE 17 The estate of William Carden To James B Goolsby admr & James B Goolsby admr @ the estate of William Cardin @ Camat Ragland No 1 $10.00 For Receipt 2 3.50 @ This amount received of Isaac Daniel $3.00 Charles Morgan receipt 3 1.00 @ Interest on notes collected 6.00 J C Gibson Receipt 4 .62 9.00 J C Gibson Do 5 3.25 his Nathan Moffett Legacy 6 96.10 James X B Goolsby admr Obadiah Edge Guardian Rept 7 576.31 mark Nathan Moffett " 8 562.90 Dicey Carden " 9 220.50 Britain Smith 10 506.57 1980.57
PAGE 18 Ordinary office } Registered 31st Jany Jasper County } 1827 A R Buchanan CCO Return on the Estate of William Carden decd Examined and admitted
PAGE 19 Ordinary Office } Registered in book Jasper County } I folio 355 this 22nd day of March 1826 J C Gibson Clk No 8 amount of sale of negroes \\ belonging to the Estate of Wm Carden decd
PAGE 20 The following amounts annexed to each legatees name is the amount given in by them re- spectively of what they had received from the estate of William Cardin deceased in which amounts by consent of all parties inter- ested \\\ agreed to be correct James B Goolsby gave in the sum $47.00 John Emmons do 47.00 B Smith " 47.00 N Moffett " 92.00 James Cardin 422.00 ------ 655.00 amount of sale of negroes Fanny & Child bought by J B Goolsby $700.00 Ned " " 660.00 Amy " John Emmons 505.00 Dolly " Fleming Jordan 201.00 America John C Walker 500.00 ------- 2566.00 his James B X Goolsby admr mark 2566.00 655.00 ------- 3221.00
PAGE 21 Ordinary office } Registered in book I folio 356 this 2nd day Jasper County } of December 1826 J C Gibson CCO Return of the Sale of the land of Wm Carden decd
PAGE 22 Amount of sale of the whole of the real Estate in Jasper County belonging to the Estate of William Carden decd inclusive of Dowery - sold on the 7th day of February 1826 The land was purchased by Lewis Dowdell and Edward Price at the sum of $660.00 The above is a return of the sale of the real Estate of of Wm Carden deceased From under my hand \\ James B Goolsby admr
PAGE 23 Ordinary Office Registered in book I folio 355 Jasper County } March 25th 1826 J C Gibson CC No 8 Return on the estate of William Carden decd for 1825 Examined & Admitted
PAGE 24 The Estate of William Cardin decd \\ \\ J B Goolsby admr {item} Receipt on John Emmons for Vo 1 $552.00 Do Francis Moreland Voucher No2 6.50 " Matthew Phillips note 3 10.00 " Camak Ragland 4 13.75 " J & H Byron Russel 5 22.50 " Jas T Simons Do 6 1.00 " John C Gibson 7 4.87 " Frederick Dukes 8 10.00 " Charles Morgan 9 6.00 " Yancey Thornton 10 4.00 " J S D Byrom \\ 11 15.90 " J S Byrom \\ 12 3.00 The above is a true return of my actings & doings as admr of Wm Carden decd for the year 1825 James B Goolsby
PAGE 25 Ordinary office } Recorded in Book I Jasper County } folio 385 \\ this 1st March 1828 A R Buchanan CCO No 15 Divission of the Estate of Wm Carden decd Recorded
PAGE 26 Georgia } Jasper County } We hereby certify that in conformity with an order from the Honorable, the Superior Court of Jasper County, when sitting for Ordinary purposes to us directed, we have proceeded to investigate this Record and papers in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Ordinary on the Estate of William Carden late of said County decd and do find that there are yet owing from the administrators the following sums - \\ To Dicey Carden the sum of one hundred and seventy six dollars and sixty nine cents $176.69 To John Emmond, the sum of 173.97 Britton Smith has recd the sum of Thirtyeight dollars seventysix & cents over what is due him from estate To James Carden the sum of sixteen dollars fortyone & cents 16.41 To Nathan Moffett the sum of Twentysix dollars & seventy cents 26.70 William Cardin Junr has recd over what is due him from said estate forty dollars fiftyeight & cents Given under our hands and seals this thirtyfirst day of Januay 1828. Fleming Jordan {} Edward Price {} Philip B Pritchett {} J C Gibson {}
PAGE 27 Return on the Estate of William Carden decd Exd & admitted Ordinary office } Registered in book I folio 354 this 11th day Jasper County } of March 1825 J C Gibson Clk
PAGE 28 {item} The estate of William Carden deceased {item} James B Goolsby & James Carden admr of same estate 1824 By amount of money received of Sept 21 {item} Temporary Letters of admr James Jackson on note $ 4.25 as per voucher No 1 $5.87 -- int ----- .75 ---- Nov 1st Letter of administration " 2 4.12 5.00 Plat & grant for Lot No 7 in 4th \\\\\ 3 12.00 James B Goolsby } James Carden } admr {item} cash for \\\\\\ & for the use of the family 22.31 {item} \\\ of sale & other incident expenses \\\\ 8.00 Georgia } I certify that vouchers were produced Jasper County } for no
PAGE 29 Ordinary office } Registered in Book Jasper County } K folio 248 this 10th July 1827 A R Buchannan CCO Return on the Estate Wm Carden minor for 1828 Admited Recorded
PAGE 30 William Carden Minor 1825 {item} Obediah Edge gar 1826 } {item} Cash paid Clerk for letters of Guardianship No 1 $1.50 Octr 16 } " paid William Carden in full 2 $574.81 -------- $576.31 Ce By cash received on acct of } $576.31 said minor } -------- O Edge guardian Voucher in due form 1st May 1827 A R buchannon CCO
PAGE 31 Registered in Book J folio 358 this 30th Jany 1828 A R Buchannon CCO Return on the Estate of Wm Carden decd Admited on Clerks Certificate Recorded
PAGE 32 The Estate of William Carden deceased {item} James Carden admr \\ John C Gibson {item} this sum paid A R Buchannan clk for Return voucher No 1 62 {item} Cash paid Clk for this return 2 62 {item} this sum paid out for expensies in collecting note on William Alread 3.00 ---- $4.25 Vouchers in due form & Reasonable this 20th Jany 1828 - A R Buchannan CCO James Carden admr
PAGE 33 Order to divide the Estate of Wm Carden decd Admited
PAGE 34 Court of ordinary Jany Term 1828 Present their Honors B Crawford W Daprie & L Williams Justices upon the petition of James B Goolsby and James Cardin admrs on the Estate of William Carden decd praying a division of said Estate and it appearing to this Court that all the parties in interest have given their consent to have an order for the division of said Estate It is therefore ordered that Fleming Jordan John C Gibson Edward Price Lewis Dowdell & Phillip B Pritchett be appointed persons to divide the Estate of said deceased according to law A True Copy from the Minutes this 15th Jany 1828 A R Buchannan CCO
PAGE 35 Return on the estate of William Carden decd Examined and admited Registered 31st Jany 1827 A R Buchannan CCO
PAGE 36 The estate of William Carden {item} James Carden admr \\ Britain Smith receipt Voucher No 1 $60.00 John C Gibson Rept 2 .62 Nathan Moffitt 3 7.02 ------- 68.04 James Cardin admr {item} the Estate of Wm Cardin Decd \\ {item} Int on 100 dollars loaned Jas B Goolsby $4.00 {item} the sum of 33.00 on hand at the death of William Carden decd and which should have been returned before James Carden admr Vouchers in due form J C Gibson CCO
PAGE 37 Ordinary office } Registered in book I folio 356 this Jasper County } 28th March 1826 J C Gibson Clk No 15 Examined & Admited Return on the Estate of William Carden decd for 1825
PAGE 38 The Estate of Wm Carden deceased \\ {item} James Carden Admr {item} this sum paid Nathan Moffett as per receipt Voucher No $56.79 James Carden to the Estate of Wm Cardin decd \\ {item} four notes with interest received on William Allread amounting to $104.33 {item} promiscuous sums amounting to 2.93 -------- $108.27 This is a true Return of my actions & doings as admr on the estate of Wm Cardin deceased for the year 1825 James Carden Voucher \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
PAGE 39 Dol cts Francis Argo 1 bridle 18 James Cardin 1 bushell corn 06 Nathan Moffett 1 halter chain 25 do " 1 dish 43 do " 1 bason 31 do " 1 ditto 37 do " 2 fat cags 12 James Cardin 1 pocket book & lock 18 Edward Price 3 shoats 1 25 Francis Burks a garden of greens 1 81 James Daniel Some loop plank 18 John Rivers 3 benches 25 John Seymore To balance of wheat 6 25 James Cardin 5 barrels of corn 9 06 amount brought forward 1305 12 73 49 amount of articles in this bill $1399 37 Not added before 73.49 James B Goolsby } admr James Cardin } Sale of the personal Estate of William Carden decd Ordinary office } Registered in book I folio 357 Jasper County } March 10th 1825 J C Gibson Clk
PAGE 40 An Inventory of the personal Estate of William Cardin deceased Sold the 23rd of december 1824 by James B Goolsby, and James Cardin Admr of Said deceased Purchasers names Articles purchased Dol cts H Strikland 3 barrels 62 W Trippe 3 ditto 50 W Cardin 3 do 25 John Norwood 5 Hogsheads 1st choice 1 75 E Price 5 do 2nd choice 1 06 James Thompson 1 Cuting box 75 William Holt 3 tubs 25 Thomas Hickson 1 large Tub 25 W Pitman 1 lot of tubs 62 E Price 1 Jar & keg 56 W Cardin 2 axes 4 12 Thos Hickson 2 do 2nd choice 1 00 James Patton 1 axe & two wedges 1 18 Thos Hickson 1 mattock & grubing hoe 1 93 A Stephens 2 augers 1 gouge & chissel 06 James Cardin 3 axes 1 50 H Strickland 1 pair Stilyards 62 M Edge 1 handsaw hammer & D knife 1 93 Jas Cardin 1 fro 1 78 M Edge 2 hoes 75 J B Goolsby 2 do 25 James Cardin 2 Ploughs 62 21 81
PAGE 41 Purchasers names Articles purchased Dol cts amount brought forward 21 81 James Cardin 1 Jug 1 18 M Edge 1 Harrow and plough 1 25 W Folds 1 plough Traces & 1 12 R Trippe 1 collar & traces 1 18 James Cardin 1 Side leather 1 56 W Cardin 1 Copper still 41 00 J Cardin 2 pieces leather 62 George Garrett 5 bushels wheat 5 00 E Price 5 ditto 4 68 Charles Morgan 5 ditto 4 68 Frederick Dukes 10 ditto 9 37 E Price 5 ditto 4 68 Jas Cardin 1 grindstone 2 18 O Edge 1 bell 62 James Cardin 2 ditto 1 87 W Cardin 1 Set razors 81 Jarrel Beasley 1 Raisor 56 John Seymore 1 gunlock 12 James Jeter 1 pail 50 D F Walker 1 do 68 " " one do 56 Dawson Heath 2 fat hogs 18 62 Priscilla good 5 hogs 1st choice 31 06 Nathan Moffett 5 do 2nd do 24 43 Henry Strickland 5 do 3rd do 21 25 Fracis Burks 5 do 4th do 16 50 James Turner Jun 5 do 5th do 11 00 229 00
PAGE 42 Dol cts Amount brought forward 229 00 Dicey Cardin 1 Flax wheel 11 00 James Jeter 1 Teil 1 18 James Cardin 1 Saddle 7 00 Jordan Gaunt 1 Saddle 4 62 Elias Hines 1 Large chest 2 25 James Turner Junr 1 old trunk 18 William Pitman 1 gam & two trays 50 Jordan Gaunt 1 lot of Saddle bags 1 12 Wm Holt 1 Shot gun 6 25 Marlin(?) Edge 1 Rifle gun 10 06 Wm Folds 1 jug 18 Jas Cardin 1 bucket knives & forks 2 81 Jas Turner Junr 1 lot of plates 43 do " 1 lot of bowls 37 Jas Patton 1 lot of glass 43 Wm Pitman 1 lot of earthen ware 1 00 do " 1 lot Candles Moulds 12 " " 1 candlestick 18 Wilie Williams 1 lot of Tin 12 James Cardin 1 lot of tin cups 18 Wm Pitman 1 tin strainer & spoon 12 do " 1 gridiron and baker 1 68 Jas Patton 1 pair flat Irons 1 18 Wm Cardin 1 gray mare 77 25 Spencer Crane 1 brown bay horse 101 00 do " 1 small gray mare 78 00 Francis Burks 1 Sow & ten pigs 5 25 533 56
PAGE 43 amount brought forward 987 18 John Seymore 1 counterpane 1 00 do " 1 ditto 75 Henry Trippe 1 ditto 50 Dicey Cardin 1 ditto 56 Henry Trippe 1 ditto 68 do " 5 pillow cases 62 James Cardin 1 bed quilt 2 06 Jackson Fitzpatric 1 ditto 2 87 J Seymore 1 sheet 50 do " 1 do 16 J Daniel 1 do 50 J Seymore 3 pillow cases 50 William Cardin 1 counterpane & 2 pillow cases 6 25(?) J Fitzpatric 1 Counterpane 2 62 James Cardin 1 Counterpane & 2 pillow cases 2 37 J Fitzpatric 1 Counter pane 2 62 Dicey Cardin 1 Counterpane & 2 pillowcases 1 00 James Cardin 1 counterpane 1 31 William Cardin 5 pillowcases 1 00 James B Goolsby 1 cupboard 7 18 Frederic Duke 1 tin bucket 43 James Cardin 1 coffee mill 56 David Andrews 3 meal bags 1 37 Edward Price 1 coffee mill 06 do " 1 table 25 Theopolus Freeman 1 wheel 2 06 Edward Price 1 gum & churn 12 F Freeman 1 old wheel 2 06 Edward Price 1 table 43 1029 75
PAGE 44 Purchasers names Articles purchased Dol cts John Hitchcock 5 hogs 6th choice 8 00 amount brought forward 1029 75 David Davenport 5 do 7th do 8 12 Henry Strickland 5 do 8th do 5 00 John Seymore 1 bobarrow 1 50 Jackson Fizpatrick 3 head of sheep 7 00 James Hambrick 1 yoke of oxen & yoke 81 00 Jarrel Beasley 1 pied Bull 8 00 John Seymore 1 Dun bull 6 37 Wilie Harris 1 Cow and calf 15 12 Jesse Stephens 1 cow and calf 15 50 Joel Rivers 1 cow with one horn 12 25 Wesley Griggs 1 Small pied steer 3 37 James B Goolsby 1 heifer 3 25 James Hambrick 1 ox cart 30 00 Edward Price 1 log chain 2 25 James Cardin 1 side board 5 37 Jas Cardin 1 lot bottles and books 1 00 " " 1 hone 75 Wm Folds 1 looking glass towel & slate 75 Dicey Cardin 1 bed & furniture & bedstead 11 62 W Cardin 1 bed & furniture & bedstead 38 00 Dicey Cardin 1 Trunk 1 00 James Cardin 1 Small trunk 2 00 Wm Cardin 1 large Trunk & toilet 3 75 James Thompson 2 chairs 1 62 do " 4 do 2 50 Boswell Smith 2 chairs 25 1305 12
PAGE 45 Entered
PAGE 46 Carden, Wm Disey Carden - Widow Jasper Supr Court Feby Term 1826 It appearing the Court that the return of the partitioners appointed by the Court at Au gust Term 1825 to lay off and assign to Disey Carden widow of Wm Cardin deceased her Dower in to the real Estate of said Wm Cardin is now in Court - and that the same is in due form & legal form. We therefore ordered that said Return be received and admitted of Record
PAGE 47 Notice to Obediah Edge Guardian Copy
PAGE 48 Georgia } To Obadiah Edge Guardian Jasper County } for William Carden one of the Legatees of William Cardin deceased \\\ you are hereby notified that at March tem of the Court of Ordinary to be held in & for Jasper County, we shall apply for an order to sell the whole of the negroes belonging to the estate of said William Carden deceased in terms of the law etc Jany 19th 1825 James B Goolsby & James Carden admr
PAGE 49 Notice to Britain Smith Original the admr will retain this origianl & serve the copy \\
PAGE 50 Georgia } To Britain Smith Jasper County } One of the Legatees of William Carden deceased Sir - you are hereby notified that at the Court of ordinary to be held in & for Jasper County on the first monday in March next, we shall apply to said Court of ordinary for an order to sell the whole of the negroes belonging to the estate of William Cardin deceased in terms of the Law in such case made and provided Jany 18th 1825 James B Goolsby & James Cardin administrators
PAGE 51 Notice to Nathan Moffet Copy
PAGE 52 Georgia } To Nathan Moffeet one of the Jasper County } Legatese of William Cardin deceased Sir - you are hereby notified that at the Cour t of ordinary to be held on the first monday in march next we shall apply to said Court of ordinary for an order to sell the whole of the negroes belonging to the Estate of William Cardin deceased, in terms of the law, in such cases made & provide Jany 18th 1825 James B Goolsby James Cardin administrators
PAGE 53 Power Attorney From John Emmons To James B Goolsby
PAGE 54 Georgia Know all men whom it may Jasper county concern that I John Emmons of the county of Monroe in the State of Alabama, for divers good causes me hereunto \\- \\ing have constituted and appointed and by virtue of these presents do constitute and appoint James B. Goolsby of the County first aforesaid my true and lawful attorney in my name and stead to act on all matters and things connected with my de- \\\\ and share in the Estate of William Cardin deceased. And I do hereby autherise my said attorney to collect, receive and in my name receipt for all moneys or other things that may be coming to me out of said Estate and to give lawful discharges and generally to perform all acts touching the same which I might or could lawfully perform were I personally present at the \\\\\ thereof - Con firming and Ratifying whatsoever my said attorney shall or may lawfully do or cause to be done in and about the premises by virtue of these presents. In testimony where of I have hereto set my hand and seal this 7th day of July 1825. Test John Emmons {LS} Wm Barker Jesse Loyall JP
PAGE 55 Notice to Dicy Cardin Copy
PAGE 56 Georgia } To Dicy Cardin - one of the Legatese Jasper County } of William Cardin - deceased Miss - you are hereby notified that at the Court of ordinary to be held on the first monday in march next we Shall apply to said Court of Ordinary for an order to sell the whole of the negroes belonging to the Estate of William Car- din deceased. in terms of the law in such cases made & provided Jany 18th, 1825 James B Goolsby & James Cardin administrators
PAGE 57 Notice to Britain Smith Copy
PAGE 58 Georgia } To Britain Smith one of the Legatees Jasper County } of William Cardin deceased Sir - you are hereby notified that at the Court of ordinary to be held on the first Monday in March next we shall apply to said Court of Ordinary for an order to sell the whole of the negroes belonging to the estate of William Cardin deceased in terms of the law in such cases made & provided Jany 18th, 1825 James B Goolsby & James Cardin administrators