An Inventory and appraisement of the personal Estate of Elizabeth Linton decd appraised the 30th day of December 1830
1 Secretary and Book Case
1 pan cooking glasses
1 side boarde
1 sett dining tables
1 round walnut table
1 Looking glasses and brass knobs
2 beds, bedsteads and furniture
1 pr Brass Firedogs and Fender
1 Flax wheel and Reel
5 Sla(?) and 3 sets Harness
1 Flax hackle
2 Chambers dennyson and Jug
1 ? and Candlestick
2 walnut chests
2 beds, Bedsteads and Furniture
2 Counter(?), 2 sheets, 4 tablecloths, 4 towels (? ?)
Candle Snuffers and Sheepshears
3 Stands for custards
1 for Steelyard and Fire Shovel
1 lot crockery ware in cupboard
1 side saddle
Pack 1304 Estate of Elizabeth Linton Dec’d (1831)
1 loom warping bars of spool frame
2 spinning wheels and 2 pair cards
One negro man James was appraised at $425.00 and was claimed after the appraisement by Sr John Linton and was not sold.
We the undersigned do hereby certify that the within is a true inventory and appraisement of the personal estate of Elizabeth Linton decd as shown to and appraised by us on Thursday the 30th day of December 1830 and the Tuesday following
John Power Jr.
An account of Money recd (received) for the Estate of Elizabeth Linton deceased
1831 February) Recd. From A. Giles Esq(Esquire)
March Recd from David P Nicklin?
Rcd from John Boyd
Rcd from Brownlee
Rcd from Stirling Williams
Rcd from John Power
Rcd from Branford Yarbrough
Recd from In Miller
Rcd from Mitton Chiles?
Rcd from Doctr John Linton and Hamdon L Linton
Rcd from Law Hill
Rcd from Craven Fraser
Rcd from Ias Cobb
Rcd from Mores Clay?
Rcd from Chars M Glessen?
Rcd from Robert Black
Rcd from Green W. Huckabee
Rcd from William Parnel
Rcd from D. Sisley Courser?
An account of money paid out for the Estate of Elizabeth Linton deceased
1831 Paid Thos (Thomas) Scott his account
Pd Sarah Carithus her account
Paid wm Johnson for crying sale
Pd In Camron Esqr for Quallify appraisors
Pd Moses Taggart for administration?
Paid Moses Taggart for recording Inventory
Paid Hamdin S. Linton
Paid James H Justin
Paid Thos(Thomas) Parkin
Paid Doctr A. B. Arnold his afa(?)
Paid Wm. (William) and David Mc alister
Paid Austin Smith
Paid Robert Richey B.S. his hoh
Paid my slef an afa(?)
Personally came Wm. Baker Esqr
Adm. (administrator) of the Estate of Elizabeth Linton deceased and made oath that the above Cotween? Of ?? and expenditures of said Estate is just and true as here stated before ? 22nd May 1832
W F Baker
Moses Taggart CAD
An Inventory and sale of the personal Estate of Elizabeth Linton decd as sold on the 4th January 1831
Sold Doctr John N Linton Flasc wher C & hackle
“ “ “ Walnut Table
Sold Thos. (Thomas?) J. Linton 10 chairs
“ “ Check Reel
Amount that Thos. (Thomas?) J. Linton Purchases
(Side of the document)
Sale Bill of the Estate Elizabeth Linton decd.
Sales Estate of Elizabeth Linton decd.
Sold Hamorn L Linton
Sold Wm F Baker
Sold John Boy o Tudr
Sold Hugh W Bruce ?
Sold Beauford Yarbrough?
Sold Thos. Hodges ?
Sold Dr. Tennant
Sold Wm Brownlee
Sold Rbt McNur?
Sold G. W. Huckabee
Sold John H. Miller
Sold Saml. Huston
Sold Tep Cambele?
Sold GW Huckabee
Sold James Hubbard
Sold Mitton Chibs?
Sold Lasw Thompson
Sold Wm Parnce?
Sold Brauford Yarbrough
Sold james Hubbard
Sold Hugh W Prince
Sold John Boyd Jr
Sold Saml Hill
Sold Mitton Childs
Sold John Cillarten?
Sold Moses Clay
Sold Charles M. Bennen
Sold Milton Childs
Sold John L Allen
Sold John C Martin
Sold G.W Martin
Sold Larn Huston
State of South Carolina,
Know all men by these presents, that we, William F. Baker, Thomas Jones and Hiram(?) Tilman are holden and firmly bound unto Moses Taggart in the full and just sum of Ten Thousand Dollars—lawful money of this State, to be paid to the said Moses Taggart or his successors, ordinaries of this district, or their certain attorney or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and every of us, our and every of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, for the whole, and in the whole, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
Sealed with our seals, and dated the thirde day of December in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty
The condition of the above Obligation is such, that if the above bound William F. Baker Administrater of the goods, chattels and credits of Elizabeth Linton deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased which have or shall come to the hands possession or knowledge of the said William F. Baker Admin or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for her (?) and the same so made, do exhibit into the said Court of Ordinary, when his shall be thereunto required, and such good, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law, and do make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein when required by the said Court, and all the rest of the said goods, chattels and credits which shall be found remaining upon the account of the said administration, the same being first allowed by the said Court, shall deliver and pay unto such persons respectively as are entitled to the same by law: And if it shall hereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by the said deceased, and the same be proved in Court, and the Executors obtain a certificate of the probate thereof, and the said William F. Baker do in such case if required, render and deliver up the said Letters of Administration, then this obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force.
Sealed and delivered in the presence of John Taggart
Thomas A. Williams (M?) or (W?) F. Baker
Amt of money recd on accounts of the Estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Linton Decd.
Recd from David Lesay(?) paid A. Hunter his note
Recd from Thos (Thomas) Hooges (?) paid Thos. J. Linton as for recd
Recd from Tas Hubbard pd. The ordinary for first ?
Recd from Land Thompson
Recd from G. W. Martin
Personally came Wm. F Baker Admin of the Estate of Elizabeth Linton decd and made oath the above return (?) of receipts and expenditures of said Estate is just and true as ?
Before me ? January 1830(?)
Moses Taggart Att? M(?) F Baker
By Moses Taggart, Esq. Ordinary for the District aforesaid. Whereas William H. Baker Admin of the Good and Chattels of Elizabeth Linton deceased, has petitioned the Court for Liberty to sell the personal property of said Estate; and it appearing proper, upon due investigation to grant the prayer of the said petition:
These are therefore to permit and empower the said William H. Baker on the 4th day of January next to expose to sale at public out-cry the property of said estate, which may have come into hands, to the highest bidder, on a credit of Twelve months, for all sums above two dollars taking bond, with sufficient security; for all above two dollars, and all sums under, cash on delivery, fifteen days’ previous notice to be given by public advertisement and a return of the proceedings of said sale to be by him made to the Ordinary’s office aforesaid, within the time prescribed by law.
Given under my Hand and Seal, this third day of December Anno Domini, one thousand eight hundred and thirty and of American independence the fifty fifth.
South Carolina Printed at the Courier Office –Augusta
Whereas William ? Baker has made suit to me to grant him letters of Administration of the Estate and effects of Elizabeth Linton late of said district
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said Elizabeth Linton deceased, that they be and appear before me, in the court of Ordinary, to be held at …..on Friday next after publication hereof, to show cause, if any they have, why the said administration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and seal, this twenty fourth day of November in the Year of our Lord 1830 and in the fifty fifth year of American Independence.
Published Moses Taggart O.A.D.
State of South Carolina, Abbeville District
By Moses Taggart, Esq. Ordinary of the said District.
These are to authorize and empower you, or any three or four of you, whose names are here under written, to repair to all such parts and places within this State, as you shall be directed unto by Wm. H. Baker Admin. Of the Estate of Elizabeth Linton deceased, wheresoever any of the said goods and chattels are or do remain, within the said parts and places, and which shall be shewn unto you by the said William H. Baker Admin and there view and appraise all and every the said goods and chattels, being first duly sworn to make a true and perfect inventory and appraisement thereof, and to cause the same to be returned under your hands, or any three or four of you, unto the said Adminstrata on or before the thirde day of February next.
Witness Moses taggart Esq. Ordinary of the said District, the thirde day of dec in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty and in the Year of American Independence the fifty fifth.
To Messrs. Wm M Collestor, Geo W Morteir(?), John Power P. Starting Williams and Edward Telman or any three or four of them.
An account of money due the Estate of Ms(?) Elizabeth Linton deceased on the 4th of January 1831.
Due in the comps (?)
Due from A. Giby Esq.
Due form Oswald M Lin
Wamaut(?) of appraisement Estate of Elizabeth Linton decsd (deceased)
Abbeville district Personally appeared me the subscribing justice William W Alister Sterling William, Geo W. Martin and John Power Jun? and were duily sworn to make a true and just appraisement of all and singular the goods & chattels of Elizabeth Linton decsd, which shall be procured W. F. Baker administrator of the state of land Elizabeth Linton that they will return the same certified under their hands(?) unto the W. F Baker administrator with the time prescribed sworn to this 30th Dec. 1830 before me.
Lm Carmeron(?) William McCallister
G N(?). Martin
John Lomer Jr.
Daniel Sparrow Will
In the name of God Amen. I Daniel Sparrow of the county of Polaski being in perfect health of Body and of Perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God. Calling unto mind the mortality of my Body, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament, that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the Hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in deout Christian Burial at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the gaural? Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God. And as touching such worldy estate wherewith it has pleased god to bless me in this life. I give demise and disposed of the same in the following manner and form.
I do give and bequeath to Christian my dearly beloved wife and to Henry and Fanny my two living fors? all my property both real and personal for the support of said Christian. Henry and Jams? During the time said Christian shall live and at her said Christians death said property to be divided equally among the heirs and I do hereby utterly disallow all former wills by me in any wise before named ratifying and confirming this
and no other to be my last will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty eighth day of December eighteen hundred and sixteen(?)
Signed sealed and declared
in the presents of us who in his Daniel Sparrow
presents and in the presents of
each other have hereunto
subscribed our names
Lands X Standley
Personally appeared in open court Lands Standly and after being duly from sairth that he saw Daniel Sparrow signed seal and deliver the within Instrument as his last will and Testament and that he saw arche Daniel and Biggory Leighton Suby criethe as witnesses with himself that he believing said Sparrow was in his proper senses.
From to this 11th January 1878
The Moreland? CCo Protur his
Lands X Standley
Entered 21 August 1878
Robert Morelands C.C.O
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