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CHURCH, Thomas from Dierdre Duewel (If you want original copy, contact Dierdre)
Last Will & Testament
FILED: Aug 15, 1833
Admitted to probates on the 15th day of Augt 1833
B______ same day in Book A of Wills page 185, 186, 187 & 188
[State of Illinois, Morgan County, Court of Probate]
Be it remembered that on this eighth day of August eighteen hundred and thirty
three that I Thomas Church of Morgan County Illinois being of sound mind and perfect
memory but weak in body do publish this as my last will and testament as follows. It is
my wish and desire that the house and lot in which I now live in Jacksonville on Morgan
Street first lot west of the ________ church be reserved intact until all the children
become of age by my wife Jane and under her direction and when the youngest arrives at
full age then I desire the above property sold and divided equally between my wife Jane
and my children William - Levi - Milton - Thomas M. - Elisa Graves - James - Martha
- Harriet - Samuel Sandford - Mary Jane - Benjamin Franklin - John Harvey - Susan –
all share and share alike and also I desire that the land lying on the south front(?) of the
town on each side of the road leading to Carrollton on two half quarters lying next the
town of Jacksonville as now laid out on the south the ___ of the lots not being
recollieted? be reserved and kept unsold until my youngest child becomes of age under
the direction of my wife Jane - and the profits expended for my wife’s benefit and minor
children - and after my youngest child becomes of age that the said farm or land be sold
and the proceeds of the sale be divided equally between my wife Jane and children James
- Martha - Harriet - Samuel S. Mary Jane - Benjamin F. John H. and Susan. Share and
share alike. I desire that the lots lying on the Carrollton road south of the town of
Jacksonville also the lot lying on State Street in Jacksonville that each lot on the second
block from the Square on the south side of the street also one lot immediately south of
Methodist Church - also one lot adjoining Caulkins on the west - and Vance(?) on the
east - in the first block from the north west corner of the square both in Jacksonville –
also eighty-acres of land lying north east from the Square in Jacksonville adjoining
Robert Metcalf’s farm on the north - and Zachariah(?) Gibbons on the east ________?
Ten miles from town - also all my horses and cows but one horse and two cows all the
above property I desire may be sold and out of the proceeds my debts be first paid - then
I give and bequeath of my children William - Levi - Thomas M. - Elisa Graves - one
hundred dollars each - to be paid after the debts are discharged and I give and bequeath
all the remainder to my wife Jane to be used in maintenance of my minor children - also I
desire that all my personal property except what may be reserved(?) - be sold
immediately after my decease and I give and bequeath all that remains after my debts are
paid to my wife Jane to be used by her in her and the minor childrens maintenance - as to
the household furniture I desire that the same may be kept as now - with the house for the use
of my wife Jane and minor children until the youngest becomes of age - and then
sold and disposed of as the house and lot as above and when the youngest child becomes
of age I desire that all my property then remaining on hand be sold and ascertained and I
give and bequeath to my wife Jane and children James - Martha - Harriet - Samuel S. –
Mary Jane - Benjamin F. - John H. and Susan to be divided equally among them share
and share alike - and if any or either of the above mentioned legatees die then the same
belonging the deceased shall be divided equally among the surviving children - that is of
the first four now of age - if any should die the living among them take equally of the
deceased part - and of the wife and eight minor children if any shall die the surviving
shall take equally of their share or shares. I hereby appoint John T. Jones and Peter
Hedinburgh of Jacksonville executors of this my last will and testament - of my notes
and accounts - I desire that the same may be immediately collected and the proceeds be
first applied to the payment of my debts - the balance I give and bequeath to my wife
Jane to be used by her for her own maintenance and that of the children now minors and
when the youngest becomes of age if there should be any remaining I give and bequeath
the same to my wife Jane and now minor children, equal shares, and if any or either of
said minor children or wife should die - the surviving take the same equally among them
- and further I desire that fifty-five acres of timber land lying in Morgan County about
one mile and half from the Square in Jacksonville __________ with North East Corner of
the sixteenth section be kept unsold and under the direction of my wife Jane until the
youngest child shall become of age - the proceeds if any to be used by her for her
maintenance and that of the now minor children - and when the youngest shall become of
age then the same be sold - and I give and bequeath the sum realized to my wife Jane and
now minor children - to be divided equally among them share and share alike - and if
either die the share or shares to be divided equally among the living - “William - Levi –
Thomas M. - Elisa Graves”
____________ Robert Metcalf” equal shares interlined before signing.
James M. Eads
James A. (H?) Graves
Thomas M. Carson
State of Illinois )
Morgan County )
Court of Probate )
Be it remembered that on the fifteenth day of August A.D. eighteen hundred and thirty
there personally appeared before this court James M. Eads & Thomas M. Carson
___________ of this subscribing witnesses to the foregoing last will & testament whose
signatures appears thereto & after being duly affirmed depose & say that they were
present at the time of executing the foregoing last will & testament and that they believed
the within named testator Thomas Church at the time of executing the same was of sound
mind & memory and that by his request they subscribed their names thereto as witnesses.
[signed] C.A. Willson(?) Judge of Probate
State of Illinois )
Morgan County )
Court of Probate )
We do solemnly affirm that this writing contains the true last will and testament of the
within named Thomas Church deceased so far as we know or believe & that we will well
& truly execute the same by paying first the debts & then the legacies mentioned therein
as far as his goods & chattels will thereto extend and the laws charges us and that we will
make a true & perfect inventory of all such goods & chattels rights _______ ______
comes to our hands or knowledge belonging to the estate of said deceased & render a fair
& just account of our executorship when thereunto required by law to the best of our
knowledge and abilities so help us God.
[signed] Peter Hedinburgh
Contributed by Bill Landers. Contact him for additional information.
Bristow Davis made his will in Morgan Co. on 3 Feb 1834 and died 15 May 1836. Because these dates were near 25 Dec 1833 when my Mary DAVIS m Geo. Wash. CROOKS, it occurred to me that Bristow may have been sufficiently ill in Dec 1833 to send Job DAVIS to vouch for Mary’s age and thus permit the marriage. So, I ordered the Probate file with hope that Mary would be mentioned. But alas, Bristow failed to mention most of his children by name.Will list the names found in the record in case someone on the list will benefit.The will of 1834 specifically left everything to Polly. The children were not to share unless it pleased Polly and if it pleased, they were to share alike. He requested his property not be sold ‘unless my beloved Polly may think fit to make it her will.’
Present: James D MORISON and David DAVIS.
A Codicil in 1835 directed Polly to ‘pay grandchild, Susanna SMITH, daughter of Elizabeth SMITH and Drew SMITH, five dollars when Susanna reaches 18.’
Witnessed by J..D. MORISON and David DAVIS.
Polly DAVIS, wife, was appointed administrix. Attest Aaron WILSON,
witnesses Berriman BEACHY and Davis BUNCH
The total estate amounted to $2200.87 of which $1570 was the value of 157 acres, appraised at $10 per acre. The appraisal of live stock, tools and house hold items was made 27th day of Jun 1836 and amounted to $630.87 1/2. But unlike other probates I have transcribed, there was no sale. This may have been because Polly was to inherit everything? Knowing this, the appraisers may not have felt accuracy was important. They seemed to be well acquainted with the going rate for tools and live stock, even the present crop of wheat at $37.50. I was amused to see the entry of 16 head of geese at $8, followed by ‘part of a sack of coffee’, also $8. It may be have been near the end of the day when they made this entry: “House hold and kitchen furniture too tedious to mention…$55.12 1/2.
The appraisers were:
William H. GREGORY
William A LANGSTON
Aaron WILSON, Probate Judge, Sworn before Davis BUNCH, J.P.
The probate was neatly wrapped up the 3rd day of March, 1837. bill
FOX, Elisha - Contributed by Susan Krueger The Last Will and Testament of Elisha Fox Deceased.
I Elisha Fox of the City of Jacksonville, Morgan County, State of Illinois, being of sound mind and memory do make this my Last Will and Testament, and do declare and publish this as my Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all fomer wills made by me. I.
I direct that my funeral expenses and all my just debts be fully paid. II.
Having in the past given to my seven children herein after named money, personal property and real estate of the total value set opposite each of their respective names to each of which I hereby direct that such sum is to be charged as an advancement.
To Flavias C Fox, Four thousand four hundred and fifty dollars; to Samuel L Fox, Twelve thousand five hundred dollars; to my deceased daughter Mary L runkle Five hundred dollars; to my daughter Emily J K Hart Three thougsand five hundred dollars; to my son Thomas U Fox Three thousand five hundred dollars; to my daughter Nellie May Sperry Twelve hundread and five dollars; to my son Eulalia E Fox, Three thousand five hundred dollars.
I direct and it is my will that each of said children and their heirs and legal representatives be charged with said sums set opposite their respective names as so much of an advancement to each of them. And I drect and will that the portion of Mary L Runkle, deceased, who would have taken a childs part under this will be divided amoung her three children, Elisha Runkle, Marion Runkle, and Lewallen Runkle, share and share alike, reminder to survivor. It bring my intention to divide my whole estate among my seven children equally share and share alike, and that after charging to each the sum heretofore given then and set down herein as an advancement if there is enough to make them equal to the sum received by Samuel L Fox as an advancement if there is enough property or estate for that purpose, share and share alike. III.
I direct and will and hereby appoint Thomas U Fox and Samuel L Fox, the executors of this my last will and testament, and hereby authorize them to sell at public or private sale any property personal or real estate that it may become necessary to sell to carry into effet this Will and settle my estate.
I hereby authorize my exectuors to convey by deed all such lands so sold to the respective purchasers for the purposes aforesaid.
Witness whereof I have herunto set my hand and seal this ninght day of January AD 1895. Elisha Fox (seal)
The foregoing will was signed by Elisha Fox, aforesaid in our presence and attested by us in his presence. Frank H. Thomas Frank J Irvinmonger
Whereas I Elisha Fox of the County of Morgan in the State of Illinois did make my last Will and testament in writing bearing date of the 9th Ninth day of January 1895 and did thereby provide in that Samuel L Fox my son should be charged the sum of twelve thousand and five hundred dollars $12000 as advancements to him, now instead of said provision I hereby direct that the said Samuel L only be charged with the sum of three thousand and five hundred dollars. I also direct that Flavis C Fox, my son be appointed and directed to act as my executor with Thomas U Fox instead of Samuel L Fox. I also and hereby declare this to be a codicil to my last Will and Testament.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand seal this September 21st 1895. Elisha Fox (seal)
The foregoing codicil to the this last Will and testament was signed by Elisha Fox in our presence and attested in his presence. Benjamin R Upham Geo W Smith
LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF SAMUEL GISH DECEASED
Admitted to probate on the 30 of March 1832
Recorded in Book A of wills Page b1.62 & 63
In the name of God, Amen. I Samuel Gish of the County of Morgan and state of Illinois being of sound mind and memory and understanding and considering the necessity of this life think best to make this my Last Will and Testament in the following manner though as touching my worldly estate, it is my will and desire that all my just debts be faithfully paid first. First, after all my just debts be paid I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Elizabeth Gish sixty five acres of land off the East side of the North East quarter of section twenty two in Township No. Sixteen North, Range No. Eleven west, to have and to hold the aforesaid land or if she should choose to sell deed and convey the land to whom she may think proper and if she sees fit to sell, the money is to be divided one half to my son David Gish and the other half is for the use of my beloved wife Elizabeth Gish.
Secondly, my mill and all the balance of my lands to be sold within twelve months after my decease to the highest bidder one half in hand and the other at accredit of twelve month and if my beloved wife Elizabeth Gish shall see proper to enter the place I now live on she may take one hundred dollars of the money of the mill place to enter the same and the said land to be for the use of my son David Gish after her death.
Third, my horses cattle and hogs I want my well beloved wife Elizabeth Gish to keep as many of each for her own use as she may think proper for her own uses and benefit and then the balance to be sold at public sale to the highest bidder and the money arising from all of said lands tenements and stock to be equally divided between my well beloved wife Elizabeth Gish and my son David Gish.
Fourth, I want my beloved wife Elizabeth Gish to have my son David Gish to be put to school till he learns to read write and cyper as far as the Double Rule of three.
Fifth, All of my household and kitchen furniture I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Elizabeth Gish for her use and benefit and for the raising of my son David Gish. I likewise make constitute appoint and ordain my beloved wife Elizabeth Gish my only and solo exectratrix of my last will and testament. I do hereby disallow records and disannul any and every former Testaments Wills Legacies bequeaths and Exectors by me in anywise before named willed or bequeathed ratifying and confirming this my beloved wife Elizabeth Gish to be my Last and Testamonial Investing Exectratrix with sole power to make titles to the said lands and tenements. In testimony where of I have set my hand and affixed my Last Seal, Samuel Gish (+ his mark)
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us, this tenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty two.
State of Illinois, Morgan County Court of Probates
Be it remembered that on the thirtieth day of March AD eighteen hundred and thirty two, Stephen Anderson and Andrew Arnett the subscribing witnesses to the within will and testament appeared before this Court and made oath to the same and that they subscribed their names thereto by the request of the Testator and that they believed the Testator at the time of executing the same to be of sound mind memory and understanding.
- Willson, Judge of Probate
Transcribed as best I could from a photocopy of the original that was provided by the Morgan County Circuit Court. Kenneth H. Soper, Jan 31, 2009
OMMEN, Omme Jacob - from the Cemetery Book - Tholen CemeteryJacksonville Journal of Friday, Jan. 3, 1896
Filed For Probate
The last will and testament of Omme Jacob Ommen, deceased, has been filed for probate with County Clerk Frank J. Heinl. The instrument, which is dated Nov. 21, 1888, is witnessed by John H. and Milton Brockhouse and provides that all the proceeds of the property, both real and personal, of O. J. Ommen, shall be devoted to the maintenance of his two youngest children, Charlie R. and Carrie Ommen, until they shall become of age, at which time the whole estate is to be divided equally among the nine children. John F., William and Jacob Ommen are named as executors.
ETHEL, James W. - Contributed by Bert Paredes
(Note: born 1785, probably Warren County, KY, died 6 Aug 1839, Morgan County, IL)
Court of Probate Justice of the Peace - Morgan County, Illinois
In the Matter of the Administration of the Goods, Chattels and creditsof James Ethel late of said county deceased.
To Matthew Stacy esq. probate Justice of the Peace of Morgan County:
The Petition of John H Barton & Aaron Dickerson Respectfully Showeth,
That the widdow of said deceased has relinquished her right to Letters of Administration on the Estate of said deceased to petitioners which relinquishment is herewith filed.
That said deceased departed this life, at the County afforesaid on the 6 day of this month August 1839 without leaving any last Will and Testament to the knowledge, information, or belief of petitioners that said deceased died possessed of certain personal property in the State of Illinois, the value whereof does not exceed the sum of about 8 hundred dollars, as your petitioners has been informed and believes; that said deceased has left him surviving a widdow to wit Rebecca Ethel and five children - to wit John W Ethel, Elizabeth Ethel, Parmelia, James and Zurilda and also one grand child to wit Willis J Ethel - who are the only next of kin: that said deceased was at & immediately previous to his death an inhabitant of the County of Morgan, by means whereof, as your petitioners has been informed and believes, the ordering and granting administration of all and singular the goods, chattels, and credits, whereof said deceased died possesed, in said State; and also, the auditing, allowing, and final discharging the accounts thereof, doth belong unto the Court of Probate Justice of the Peace of said County. Your Petitioners therefore prays, that you will appoint them administrators of all and singular the goods, chattels, and credits, which were of said James Ethel deceased.
And your petitioners will ever pray.
John H Banton
- James W. ETHEL, Additional Data:
Marriage record - Warren County, KY (from Genweb site) James Ethel and Rebecca Stice, 25 Feb 1812, his consent by father, Benjamin Ethel, her consent by mother Caty Long. both Witt. by James Ethel and Martin Elmore
Living in Morgan County, Illinois at death of father, Benjamin Ethel, in Oct 1828
Patentees, first owner of land at $1.25 per acre: James Ethel, T15N-R 12 N Section 17, (Location of Ethel Cemetery, Scott County, IL). Bought 26 Dec 1827
CENSUS 1830 Morgan Co., Ill., pg 119
m 10-15 : 2
m 15-20 : 1
m 30-40 : 1
f under 5 : 2
f 5-10: 1
f 30-40: 1
Military: fought in War of 1812 and Blackhawk War 1832.
War of 1812: Ethel, James, Private 14th Reg’t (Mitchisson’s) Kentucky Militia
He served under Andrew Jackson at New Orleans as a member of the Kentucky detached militia.
- ETHEL, Willis J. - Contributed by Bert Paredes (Note: born 6 Aug 1815 in MO and died 25 Oct 1838 in Morgan County, IL)
Morgan County Probate Case 257
State of Illinois Morgan County
Court of Probate Justice of the Peace
In the matter of the Administration of the Estate of Willis J Ethel deceased. To Matthew Stacy Probate Justice of the Peace of said County, the Petition of John T. Taylor
That Luietisha Ethel the widow of said deceased has relinquished here her right of Administration Which relinquishment is herewith filed upon said estate to your petitioner. That said Willis J. Ethel departed this life at the County aforsaid on the 25th day of the October 1838 without having made any last will and testiment to the knowledge, information , and belief of petitioner; that said deceased died possessed of certain personal property in this state the value whereof does not exceed the sum of about 3 hundred dollars as your petitioner has been informed and believes that said deceased has left him surviving a widow to wit Luietisha Ethel, who is the only next of kin of said deceased except his father James Ethel, & his mother Rebecca Ethel and 2 brothers & 3 sisters to wit John M. Ethel, & James H Ethel, Elizabeth, Permelia Jane, Zerelda Ethel, that this said deceased was at the time and for several years previous to his death an inhabitant of the county of Morgan by reason whereof as your petitioner is informed and believes the ordering and allowing of letters of administration belongs unto the court of Probate Justice of the Peace of said County your petitioner would therefore pray that you grant to him letters of administration upon the estate of said deceased and willever pray.
John T Taylor
State of Illinois
I John T Taylor do solemnly swear that I heard the within petition read to which I have subscribed my name and that I know the contents thereof to be true accept as to those matters stated therein to be on information and belief and as to those matters I believe them to be true.
John T. Taylor
Sworn and subscribed
to before me the 29 Oct 1838
Probate Justice of the Peace
(Note: this John T. Taylor is either the uncle or grandfather of the widow, Lutitia Taylor ETHEL)
- Willis J. ETHEL, Additional Data:
Illinois Land Sales (on-line):
7/18/1836 Willis J Ethell - 80 acres at $1.25 Federal Sale, in Morgan County, sec 12, township 15N, meridian 3, and 40 acres at $1.25 Federal Sale, in Morgan County, sec 12, Township 15N, meridian 3.
7/23/1836 Willis J Ethel - 40 acres at $1.25 Federal sale, in Morgan County, sec 5, township 15N, Meridian 3.
Married Lutitia Bratten TAYLOR on 11 Jan 1838, Morgan County, IL, performed by James W. ETHEL (Note: We have a copy of this marriage license from the Morgan COunty Clerk)
(***Final Note: My wife’s g-grandfather, the son of Willis J. ETHEL, also named Willis J. ETHEL, was born 22 Jan 1839, after his father’s death, and is thus not listed in his father’s probate, but is listed in that of his grandfather, James W. ETHEL, who died when the younger Willis was 7 months old.)
RATLIFF, Thomas H - transcribed and contributed by Krista Willis Holst
Probate of Thomas H Ratliff –
Court of probate Justice of the Peace – Morgan County, Illinois
In the Matter of the administration of the Goods, Chattels and credits of Thomas H Ratliff deceased.
To Matthew Stacy Esq. Probate Justice of the Peace of Morgan County
The Petetion of William J Ratliff respectfully showeth that Thomas H Ratliff is dead.
That said deceased departed this life at his residence in said county on the 9th day of June 1845 without leaving any last will and testament to the knowledge, information or belief of petitioner; that said deceased died possessed of certain personal property in the State of Illinois, the value whereof does not exceed the sum of about three hundred dollars, as your petitioner has been informed and believes that said deceased has left him surviving Eleven children and no widow. William J Ratliff, Jane C Henderson, Thomas Ratliff, John Ratliff, Maria Dean, Richard Ratliff, Robert Ratliff, Granville Ratliff, Mary Benjamin, Balis P Ratliff, Joseph Ratliff who are the children and only next of kin; that said deceased was at or immediately previous to his death, an inhabitant of the County of Morgan, by means whereof, as your petitioner has been informed and believes, the ordering and granting administration of all and singular the goods, chattels, and credits whereof said deceased died possessed, in said State; also , the auditing, allowing and final discharging the accounts thereof, doth belong unto the Court of Probate Justice of the Peace of said County. Your petitioner therefore prays, that you will appoint your petitioner and Lewis Dean administrators of all and singular goods, chattels and credits which were of said Thomas H Ratliff deceased. And your petititioner will ever pray.
William J. Ratliff.
Dated July 1, 1845
Bill of Sale of the personal property of Thomas H. Ratliff deceased held at his residence this 25th day of July 1845
Purchaser’s Name Description of property cost Robert Ratliff One weeding hoe .14 3/4 William Layton One grubbing hoe 0.75 Joseph Ratliff One ax 1.00 Lewis Dean One lot of harness and chain 1.25 Lewis Dean One part of stretchers 37.50 Daniel Willson One levis .12 1/2 Daniel Willson One diamond plow 3.50 Jane Henderson One reel 0.50 JW Ratliff One big wheel 0.25 James F Davis One lot of old rion 37.50 Abram Ansborn One old ax 12.50 Jane Henderson One fire shovel .06 1/4 Jane Henderson One sieve .12 1/2 Wm. Ratliff One bell 87.50 Lewis Dean One iron wedge 0.25 GW Ratliff One large pot 2.00 Charles Benjamin One skillet .31 1/4 GW Ratliff One stew pot .87 1/2 William Johnson Two skillets 0.75 Lewis Dean One flat iron 0.31 Charles Benjamin One flat iron 0.31 Wm Layton One lot of tin ware 0.20 Wm Ratliff One churn 1.00 Wm Ratliff One pail 0.31 Lewis Dean One pigim .12 1/2 GW Ratliff One bucket 0.25 Joseph Ratliff One chest 11.50 Robert Ratliff One old chest 0.31 Charles Benjamin One shot gun 1.56 John Ratliff One shot gun 2.20 Wm Ratliff One shot gun barrel 0.35 Wm Ratliff One table 2.00 Wm Ratliff One bedstead 2.00 GW Ratliff 3 chairs 1.62 1/2 GW Ratliff 3 chairs 1.12 1/2 Wm Ratliff 3 chairs 1.12 1/2 Lewis Dean One pr pot hooks 0.20 Robt Ratliff One hamer .37 1/2 GW Ratliff One pr pot hooks 0.20 Jane Henderson One barel .06 1/4 GW Ratliff One lot of old barrels .12 1/2 Daniel Willson One bridle 0.70 Charles Benjamin One steer 3.50 Charles Benjamin One black sided steer 3.62 1/2 Joseph Ratliff One heifer 3.00 Wm Layton One red cow 6.60 Richard Ratliff One brindle cow 9.00 John Turley One lot of six hogs 24.00 John Turley One lot of six hogs 18.60 John Turley One lot four hogs 6.12 1/2 Jane Henderson One lot of two hogs 1.00 W Moss, Jr One lot of 5 sheep 7.06 1/4 Benjamin Moss One lot of 5 sheep 5.25 Benjamin Moss One lot of 5 sheep 3.12 1/2 Joseph Ratliff One sorel mare 60.00 Philip Thompson One bay mare 50.00 Richard Ratliff One grey filly 35.50 Edward Samors One wagon 35.00 Robert Ratliff One breast yoke and chain 1.00 Robert Ratliff One set of breaching 3.00 Daniel Willson One farming mill 18.50 Lewis Dean One bee stand 1.62 1/2 Robert Martion Two bee stands 2.25 Charles Benjamin One piece of sole leather 2.56 1/4 Wm Moss Jr One pair sheep shears .62 1/2 Jane Henderson One wooden box and mug .12 1/2 Jane Henderson One lot of plates .37 1/2 Lewis Dean One pitcher 0.27 Wm Reed Pepper box and salt cellar 0.25 Lewis Dean One teapot .06 1/4 Isaac Moss One bottle 0.10 Issac Moss One cupboard 3.00 Jane Henderson One clock 2.50 Richard Ratliff One bed and stead 9.06 1/4 GW Ratliff One bed and stead 11.00 Wm Ratliff One bed 10.50 Lewis Dean One bed stead 1.50 Joseph Ratliff One bed cover 1.87 1/2 Robert Morison One coverlet 4.00 Robert Morison One coverlet 4.00 Charles Benjamin One coverlet 4.00 Wm Johnson One coverlet 4.31 GW Ratliff One bed cover 1.85 Robert Kershaw Three bed covers .72 1/2 Robert Morison One blanket 1.12 1/2 John Ratliff One blanket .62 1/2 Charles Benjamin One jar .18 3/4 Jane Henderson 3 crocks .43 3/4 GW Ratliff One lot of eleven geese .47 1/2 GW Ratliff One coffee mill 0.41 Isaac Moss One blanket .37 1/2 Cornelius Turley One basket 0.25 Total 398.79