Copyright 2000 by Robert W. Scott
Lame, Ephraim. (Complete Record C-109) John Bryant and wife Sarah, vs. Permelia Lame, William Keyser, Mary Keyser, William Allstott, Levina Allstott, Samuel Custer, Nancy Custer, James Lame. Petition for partition, 6 Apr. 1854. Ephraim Lame died 4 Dec. 1853. Left widow, Permelia; children: Sarah married Petitioner; Mary m. William Keyser; Levina m. William Allstott, Nancy m. Samuel Custer; Joseph, minor. Ephraim Lame died seized E1/2NE1/4 Sec. 14 Twp. 5N Range 10E; also 20 acres in W1/2SW1/4 NW14/ Sec. 13.
Lame, Hannah. (Book B) 1842. Heirs, John, Elizabeth, Lewis.
Lame, Joseph Sr. (Book B) adm. Heirs: Mary Lame, widow. Children: Peter Lame; Elizabeth Cox; Ephraim Lame; Joseph Lame; Caleb Lame; Mary Bryan; Sarah Donner?, Abel Lame; Lydia Bristow; Richard Lames heirs; John Lame; Nancy Hill. (Probate Book E-429) Mary, widow, Peter, Elizabeth Cox heirs; Ephraim Lame, Joseph, Caleb, Mary Bryan, Sarah Donner, Abel Lame, Lydia Bristow, Richard Lame, heirs; John Lame, Nancy Hill. (Probate Book C-4) Joseph Lame died 17 Apr. 1839. Land in NW 4-5-10. Father of twelve children: Peter; Ephraim; Elizabeth Cox; Joseph; Caleb; Mary Byram [different parts of transcription gives Byran, Byram, and Bryan]; Sarah Donner; Lydia Bristow; Richard; Abel; Jane and Nancy Hill. Wife, Mary, survived. Elizabeth Cox, dec. Children, John, Ruth, E.R.; Polly Bartlett, Sarah, Elizabeth, Asa, Abel, Lydia, last three minors Richard Lame, died 18 Feb.1840, left three children: John, Elizabeth and Lewis, minors. Norman Bryan and wife, Mary; John Donner and wife, Sarah; William H.P. Bristoe and wife, Lydia; Abraham Hill and wife, Nancy. (Probate Book E-429) settlement 1841. Mary and Caleb Lame, adm. Pg. 429, Lewis C. Hill, gdn of John Lame; age 7 on 9 Aug. 1841; Elizabeth Lame, age 5 on May 1841; Lewis Lame, age 3 on 26 Apr. 1841, heirs of Richard Lame, decd. Caleb Lame and John Wildman, exec. Pg 543, Hannah Lame, decd 1842, Lewis C. Hill adm. Heirs: John, Elizabeth and Lewis. Probate F-81. Mary Lame, widow; Joseph Lame, Sarah Donner, Abraham Hill, Abel Lame, William H. P. Bristow, Ephraim Lame, John Lame, Lewis C. Hill. Gdn. Peter Lame, Norman Bryan; John, Ruth, Sarah and Elizabeth Cox, heirs; Caleb and Mary Lame, adm. Feb. 1843. (Complete Record C-115 et seq) Abel Lame and others versus Parmelia Irwin, petition for partition, 12 July 1852. Abel Lame, William H. Bristow and wife, Mary Bryan and Norman Bryan, John Cox, Er Cox, Ruth Cox, Elizabeth Cox, Sarah Cox, Abel Cox, Asa Cox, Lydia Cox, James W. Bartlett, John R. Lame, Elizabeth Lame, Lewis Lame, Mary Hill, Martha Hill, James Hill, Jesse Hill, Rebecca Hill. Minors: James M. Bartlett, James, Jesse and Rebecca Hill; John R., Elizabeth, and Lewis Lame, Attorney, Warren N. Dunn. Joseph died seized of 157.5 acres in the NW1/4 Sec. 36 Twp. 5N Range 10E and 80 acres in the same section N1/2SW1/4, and 40 acres off the north side in the NE1/4, except for land conveyed to Caleb Lame.
Joseph Lame was father of Peter Lame, Ephraim Lame, Elizabeth Cox, Joseph Lame, Caleb Lame, Mary Bryan, late Mary Lame, wife of Norman Bryan; Sarah Donner, Abel Lame, John Lame, Nancy Hill, late Lame, wife of Abraham Hill; Lydia Bristow, late Lame, wife of William H. Lame, and Richard Lame. Elizabeth Cox departed life, left John Cox, Ruth Cox, Er (is this Eve?) Cox; Polly Bartlett; Sarah Cox; Elizabeth Cox; Asa Cox; Abel Cox; and Lydia Cox. Polly Bartlett died intestate leaving one child James Bartlett. Joseph Lame sr. died 18 Feb. 1840 (contradicting the 1839 date in another book) Richard Lame died leaving three children: John R. Lame, Elizabeth Lame, Lewis Lame. Nancy Hill died leaving these children: Mary H. Hill, Martha Hill, James Hill, Jesse Hill, and Reuben Hill.
Lame, Richard. (Probate Book E-429) John, aged seven on 9 Aug. 1841; Elizabeth, age five on May 1841; Lewis, three on 26 April 1841. Lewis C. Hill gdn.
Land, John. (Book A-64) Will Wr. 2 May 1856. Ann Land, my wife, so long as she remains my widow, all my estate; then to my son, John; son, Robert, have had an advance on their share.
Land, John. (Book A-328) Shelby Township. To my wife, Nancy, in lieu of dower, farm called Lame farm situate in Monroe Township (forty acres) and $2,000. My sons: James M., Alexander B. and Jonathan S; son, Henry Land and his heirs, William, Randall, Albert D.; my daus.: Mary Jane Crouch and her children; Nancy Ellen Land; Alice G. Land; Clarinda Land and Elizabeth C. Land, to be divided equally.
Landon, William. (Book A-284) Will Wr. Sept. 1863. Rec. 16 Oct. 1863. My wife, Selinda Jane, $1,500. Children of my dau. Sarah Rutledge. My sons, Francis M. Landon, George W. Landon. Dau. Barbara Litson and Henrietta Sucker, all property to be divided equally.
Landrum, William. (Probate Book D) Will Wr. 5 Sept. 1831. Rec. 11 June 1832. Wife Lydia. Children: Rhoda, Elizabeth, Thomas, James, Rebecca, Mary, John, William, Lydia, Arthur, Sally, and Nancy. At wifes death property to be equally divided except, Lucy Duncan, who had her share before I left Virginia.
Langeridge, William. (Book C) 1830. John, age 14; Stewart, age 16.
Lanier, Alexander Chalmers. (Book A-234) Will Wr. 5 Dec. 1819. Rec. 18 Apr. 1820. Wants to be buried decently and Masonically. Wife, Drusilla Lanier, bed and bedding; son James F.D., silver plat and sword. Wife appointed exec. Wit: John Meek and Jer Sullivan.
Lansbury, Joseph T. (Probate Book J-148) Will Wr. 13 March 1832. Rec. 13 June 1852. Wife. Witnesses: Henry Louis, Hiram Hillis.
Large, Samuel. (Book C) 1826. Jane and Ebenezer Large, adm. (Probate Book A?) 1834. Heirs: Margaret Ann Large McKee and William, her husband; Ebenezer Large; Robert Large; Elizabeth Large, adults; Mary, Jane, Elvina Large, minors.
Larue, Sarah E. (Book A-546) Will Wr. 26 Dec. 1859. Rec. 12 Feb. 1872. Husband was Caleb, decd.; sisters Mary and Eliza, bro. Richard.
Latta, Robert. (Book A-210) Will Wr. 19 Feb. 1861. Rec. 21 May 1861. Hanover Township; my son, John Brown, one half my property. My wife and brother to be exec.
Latta, Samuel. (Book A-10) Will Wr. 30 March 1852. Rec. 1 Aug. 1853. To my sons, William H. and Robert Latta, land in SW1/4 in section ? Twp. 3N Range 9E, also land in Salem Twp., Mercer Co., State of Penn.,. My dau. Eliza Jane, $1,500; to my daus. Mary and Martha, $1,200. My sons to be adm.
Lattimore, Daniel. (Deed Book E-52) 4 Dec. 1834. Heirs of Daniel Lattimore, widow; Ann Lattimore; Amos Chitwood and wife Prudence; Thomas Jones and wife, Jemima; John Lattimore and wife, Nancy; Abram McCarry and wife, Rhoda; Samuel Lattimore and wife, Polly, land in the E1/2 SW 30-4-9.
Law, Joel. (Book A-256) Will Wr. 8 Sept. 1835. Rec. 16 Sept. 1835., died 10 Sept. 1835.Wife, Susannah. Sons: Jesse, Charles, Isaac, Willis, and William, children of Susannah and Joel--Charles, Anderson, Leroy, Lewis, Daniel, Polly Ann, and Elizabeth., Graham Twp. Witnesses: Henderson Bell, Francis Barnes. Will contested by four sons, Jesse, Isaac, William, and Willis. 10 Feb. 1836. William Hendricks Jr. appointed gdn of Charles and rest of minor children of Joel Law, decd. Verdict 10 Aug. 1836. Will valid. (Probate Book F-37) November 1842. Lewis B. Law, aged 20 on the 18th day of May 1842; Daniel Law, age 16 on the 15th of July 1842; Elizabeth C. Law, age 11 years on the 9th day of September 1842 and Polly Ann Law, age eight years on the 9th day of March 1842, heirs of Joel Law, Susannah Law made their gdn.
Law, John. decd. (Probate Book F-40) Sarah Law, infant, aged about 15 years, came into court and made choice of John Barnes as gdn.
Lawler, John. (Book B) adm Heirs: Nicholas, Bennet, Thomas, Martin, James, John, Elizabeth Ann. (Book E-98) Bennett Lawler, adm of John Lawler, decd and Elizabeth Lawler, decd. Heirs as given above. Pg. 121, James Lawler, age 14, heir of John, chose Bennet Lawler, gdn and Bennett appointed gdn of Elizabeth Ann, under 14. Pg 177 Nicholas Lawler, gdn of John Lawler, age 12, heir of John.
Lawrence, Mary. D. (Probate Book I-599) Will Wr. 8 Jan. 1852. Rec. 24 Jan. 1852. Mother-in-law, Eliza Lawrence. Children: Alice, Barclay, and Josiah. Negro girl, Louisa. Brother, John R. Barclay, exec. Witnesses: John H. Wheeler, William C. Barclay.
Lawsday/Leweday?, John. (Book A-96) Will Wr. 30 Nov. 1857. Rec. 26 Feb. 1858. My wife, Anna Maria Louisa Leweday
Lawler, Thomas W. (Book B-662 or 682) [Transcription gives both page numbers] Will Wr. 28 Feb. 1872. Rec. 17 Jan. 1884. The following named heirs; William C. Lawler, Wm. G.B. Lawler, Joseph B. Lawler , Lazarus F.P. Lawler, Malissa J. Lawler, Jennetta Lawler who are my sons and daus.
Lawson, Sarah. (Book B-556) Will Wr. 10 Nov. 1879. Rec. 8 June 1882. To Lucy Lee, for use during her natural life, and then to her children. Farm in Milton Twp., the William Lawson farm. To James J. Sering one half interest, reserving acre for graveyard where my husband is buried; Melvin (Melvina?) Sample, $400; my bros. Elisha Short, Joseph Short and Jesse Short and my sister-in-law, the widow of Jefferson Short share and share alike; to Clara Sering, one half of my bed clothes.
Lawson, William. (Book B-105) Will Wr. 23 Sept. 1873. Rec. Nov. 1873. My wife, Sarah Lawson, all. Also to be adm.
Lay, John B. (Book B-333) 15 Aug. 1876. 66 years of age; my wife, Rosa, all personal property; Michael Lay, during life time of my first wife and three other sons, John Lay, George F. Lay, Leonard Lay, $25 each.
Leap, Francis. (Book A-307) Will Wr. 13 March 1859. Rec. 16 June 1864. Wife, Catherine.
Leavitt, Benjamin. (Book B) Adm. heirs: Phebe, widow. Hannah Burns; Joseph C. Leavitt; Benjamin C. Leavitt; Mary Miners heirs; Schuyler Burns and Hannah; Philander Leavitt; Carlin Leavitt; Joseph Leavitt; William Goulds, Mary Goulds, Benjamin Goulds. (Probate Book F-208). Philander C. Levitt and Caroline F. Leavitt, John H. Taylor, appointed gdn.
Ledgerwood, Jane. (Book B-674) Will Wr. 6 Apr. 1883. Rec. 31 Dec. 1883. Widow, John W. Ledgerwood; my daughter, Annie Ledgerwood, Martha (or Mattie), one acre of ground; my son, Ebenezer, sons, William and Daniel.
Ledgerwood, Nancy. (Book B-627) Will Wr. 3 Sept. 1883. Rec. 21 Oct. 1882. Everything to the pastor, W.Y. Monroe or his wife, Julia, and to my son, John Ledgerwood.
Lee, Charles. (Book A-274) Will Wr. 24 May 1863. Rec. 5 June 1863. (A preacher) My wife, Minerva R. Lee. Children.
Lee, Esther. (Book B-540) Will Wr. 13 Feb. 1873. $500 to Universalist Church in Saluda Twp, to be in hands of Daniel P. Monroe, my son-in-law, as trustee; my niece, Mrs. Esther Hudson, $200.
Lee, Harry P. (Book B-165) Will Wr. 19 Dec. 1872. Rec. 4 Sept. 1874. My wife, Jennett Lee, $200; Estate divided between four sons after her death or remarriage , Stephen P. William L., Lambert W., and Charles H. Lee. Daniel P. Monroe, exec.
Lee, James C. (Book E-206) Nathan Lee, gdn of Elizabeth Lee; William Lee; Henry Lee; Mary Ann Lee; George Lee; William Lee, and Catherine Lee, children of the late James C. Lee. Elizabeth, widow of James C. Lee, age 45. Pg. 121. Elizabeth and William Lee; minors in 1839. William Lee, gdn of heirs of James Lee, lot in Madison.
Lee, Jesse G. (Probate Book F-322) Charles, Bushrod, Sarah Ann, Caroline and Mary J., heirs (infant)
Lee, Nathan. Eizabeth Mathis, Susan Mathis, Warren, Hugh Cynthia? Lee?
Lee, R.S. (Book A-541) Will Wr. 26 Oct. 1871. Rec. 7 Nov. 1871. Wife, Sarah Lee.
Lee, Stephen. (Will Book B) July 1830. William Ross produced will of. (But the DAR records do not list contents.)
Lehnert, Anna. (Book B-451) Will Wr. 21 Feb. 1881.My son, John Lehnert, $100; my dau. Ann Lehnert, all household goods, rest to my children: Mathias Lehnert, Anna Lehnert, Mary Wald, John Lehnert and Peter Lehnert, all to be divided equally. John to be exec.
Leitch, Sarah. (Book A-167) Will Wr. 1 May 1854. Rec. 29 Dec. 1859. My son, Robert Leitch, $500; my dau. Sarah Leitch, $500
Leland, Eldridge. (Book B-229) Will Wr. 19 Feb. 1868. My wife, Mary, all real estate in Republican Township. Viola to have her support.
Lemen, Mary Y. (Book B-174) 27 May 1874. To my son, James Alexander Lemen.
Lemon, Augustus William. Adm (Book C) 1829.
Leoffel, Ralph. (Probate Book G-82) 1846. Peter Leoffel, brother; Jacob Leffel; John F. Haliman ad wife; Ralph Haliman and wife; John Hanci and wife; Jacob Brack and wife, heirs of Marty Batscheleat, decd.
Leonard, Charlotte Farnham. (Book A-257) Will Wr. 14 Nov. 1862. Rec. 1 Dec. 1862. Phebe Cobb, 53 shares of New Albany Insurance Co. To Mrs. Louisa F. Denny stock and the portrait of our father Wm. Farnham, painted by Trumbull in London. Also family Bible from our father, both of which I wish to descend to her grandson, William F. Denny at her death. Trunk No. 2 to Sybill A. Lambord of Augusta, Maine. Also a portrait of Daniel Farnham, Esq. #1, which is to go to Charlotte Armitage at death of Sybill A. Lambard. Portrait # of John H. Farnham and portrait #4, Evelyne M. Farnham to Charlie Lambard of Boston, Mass. To my nephew, M. Cobb of New York, portrait #5 Daniel Farnham Sr. Also family Bible owned by him (Daniel). Portrait of myself to my son, Ezra G. Leonard. Also landscape $14 painted by Mrs. Lee to George H. Phelps. Portrait of George Washington, #13, Rev. Orville Dewey #7 and Daniel Webster #8, the low Comedian #14, English Pheasant #15 and #16 to Catherine Ray Cobb, painting of Lords Supper #18 Water scene pained by Mrs Cobb, #22 to Ellen Cobb To Anna Davidson of Madison, Indiana, landscape, #23 painted by Mrs. Lee; to my son, Ezra G. Leonard, marble center table, etc. Hamilton W. Leonard, table; Florence Leonard, my Japan plate warmer; Gertrude Leonard, table; Maser Harry W. Leonard, waiter; Christ Church mentioned; Sarah Leonard Bower, my piano. Mrs. George A. Phelps, $10; Mrs. J.W. Chapman, $1; Rev. James Runcie and wife, furniture; each of my husbands grandchildren to have a naming ring. My son, Ezra to be exec.
Leonard, George W. (Book A-60) Will Wr. 2 Aug. 1853. Rec. 15 Apr. 1856. My wife, Catherine F. Leonard, $1,000 as my debt to her, to have possession of lots18 and 19 in addition west. My son, Ezra G. Leonard, my interest in hardware store and pay all debts; then equally divided between my children: Frances C. Phelps, Julia A. Chapman, Sarah T. Bower and Ezra G. Leonard. Son-in-law, Joseph W. Chapman and Ezra Leonard to be execs.
Lewis, Christiana. (Book A-189) Will Wr. 6 July 1860. Rec. 29 Oct 1860. My son, Jesse Lewis, $300, dau. Mary , $200, the heirs of Sarah Ryker, decd.; Tudor, Mary Ryker, Hester Alexander, Elizabeth Sailor, Jesse Lewis, Rebecca McKay, William Lewis and Martha Lewis. Robert Stevenson and Jesse Lewis, adm.
Lewis, Oliver. (Probate Book B) Will Wr. 27 Oct. 1832; Rec. 12 Aug. 1835. Wife, Susan. Sons, James E.; Edward G; lots on Walnut St.; Son: Chauncey B.; dau. Susan Montfort; Chloe Leavett; Orpha Bear; Sarah Ann Lewis.
Lichtman, Nicholas. (Book B-56) Will Wr. 27 Dec. 1867. Rec. March 1873. My wife, Barbara, she to be exec. Wit; Wm. T. Friedley and Charles Schessler.
Lick, John. (Book B) adm Book E 547, 553, 549. John Lick, settlement 1842. Susannah Lick, widow, adm. Julia Ann Lick; James William Lick; Maria Louisa Lick; Wilhelmina Lick, minors. Julia Ann, age 15; James W. 11; Maria L, age 5; Wilhelmina, age 2.
Lick, Susan. (Book B-157) Will Wr. 12 Mar 1873. Rec. 24 July 1874. My two sons, Wm. H. Lick and Henry A. Lick, all my property. E.Y. Dickey and William Johnson, witnesses.
Linck, Esther. (Book B-203) Will Wr. 22 Apr. 1867. Rec. 23 July 1875. Lot on the corner, Third and Cemetery Street to my son, William T. Linck. Wit: R.J. Hurlbut, Salathiel Grayson
Lindley, Alvin. (Book B) inventory
Lindley, Oliver. (Book B) 1825. Wife, Acenath Lindley.
Lindsey, Fulton. (JP p. 22) 17 June 1811, William Kerr, adm.; (Will Book A p. 20) inventory returned James West, Thomas Consley, Jacob Stucker, appraisers. P. 36, personal estate. 22 Feb. 1811. Appr: James West, Thomas Consley. [Hill transcription also has a Fulton Lindley transcription as follows. Is the 1821 date a mistake?] (A-20) 185 personal estate. adm 1821.
Litson, Mrs. Ann. (Book A-451) Will Wr. 12 Apr. 1869. Rec. 20 May 1869. Hanover, Indiana. To my dau. Jane Brown Dunn, $100; my sons, Alonzo Rolla Litson; Miss Cecile Brandt to be gdn of my dau. and John Litson, gdn of my son.
Litson, John B. (Book B-180) 8 Sept.1874. My farm to be sold at private sale; out of the funds to my wife, Ann Litson, one third and all household goods, bedding etc. My afflicted dau. Fanny, $500; to my dau. Mariah Roseberry, $500; to my son Alonzo at age of 21 to John and David and dau. Mary Ann Gassaway, each $1; also my dau. Ann Law and Sarah Duffy, $1 each; personal property to be sold and divided among Job Hughes of Kent; James Evans and Mary Jane Rowland of Hanover, my good friends.
Litterer (or Littener), Henry. (Book A-270) Will Wr. 14 Aug. 1862. Rec. 3 Apr. 1863. To my niece Wilhemine Lietterer, dau of Frank, also mentions niece and nephew Lizzie and Freddie.
Little, Henry. (Book B-550) Will Wr. 24 Dec. 1881. Rec. 16 March 1882. My wife, Susan Smith Little, lot on Third street.
Little, William. (Will Book A-198) Will Wr. 18 Oct. 1819. Rec. 23,? 1819. Of Bottetort Co., State of Va. Brother, David, half my land, and John; other half to sister, Rebecca Little; others not named. Brother John Little, exec in Va.; Alex McNutt and John Robinson, exec in Indiana.
Littlejohn, John. (Probate Book F-2) John Warfield, gdn. Son of Samuel or Lemuel Littlejohn, decd, age 16 years
Lockridge, William. (Probate Book P-315) Nov. 1830. Steward Laughridge, age 16 and John Laughridge, age 14, infants orpans of Wm. Laughridge, chose Squire Hall as gdn.
James C. Lee and John Lee, securities.
Lodge, Benjamin F.C. (Book A-134) Will Wr. 30 Apr. 1859. Rec. 20 June 1859. To my sister, Mary Matilda Lodge, $6,000. To my sister, Eliza Margaret Louden, wife of James A. Louden; my Brother, John I. Louden; Brother, William H. Brother Walter B. Sister, Martha Jane Lodge; brother, Charles Edward Lodge; to my nephew Charles Franklin Louden, son of James and Eliza; to Rebecca Lodge, widow of my father, John Lodge.
Lodge, Caleb T. (Book 298) Will Wr. 24 Apr. 1876. Rec. 20 Apr. 1877. To my wife, Sarah W., family.
Lodge, Jezebad. (Book C) of Hamilton, Ohio. Caleb T. Lodge and Nelson Lodge, adm.
Lodge, Sarah W. (Book B-442) Will Wr. 24 Apr. 1877. Rec. 22 Oct. 1878. Widow of Caleb T. Lodge, decd; our son, James Lodge, gold watch; our dau., Eliza Mary Lodge, silverware; Sarah L. Bright; Indiana L. McKee; Harriet Newel Lodge, wife of James Lodge. Richard Hubbard as exec. Grandchildren.
Loew, Moses. (Book B-451) Will Wr. 25 July 1880. My wife, all real estate and personal. Frederick Schmidapp, exec.
Logan, Ezekiel. (Book B-126) Will Wr. 13 Sept. 1824. Rec. 3 Sept. 1825. Wife, Margaret. Children: Polly Maria Logan. Betsy Emeline Logan; James Lyle Logan; Angelina Logan; Francis Asbury Logan; Edith Parthenia Logan; Benjamin Harrison Logan. Probate Book C-139 also gives will.
Logan, George. (Book B-208) Will Wr. 2 Nov. 1867. Rec. 3 April 1875. Oldest Susan Griggs, decd, nothing to her heirs. Son, David Logan, James Logan, decd; son Samuel C. Logan, preacher; son, Erastus and son Alexander. Azabah Logan, wife of decd son Baxter Logan (three children), granddaughter, Emma E. Logan, dau. Margaret M. and Mary E. Logan. Wit: J.W. Scott, J.B. Garrett and J.S. Pringle.
Logan, John. (Book B-257) Will Wr. 15 May 1876. Rec. 29 March 1876. To my wife, Mary A. and my three children, Mary Elizabeth, Percilla Adaline and Maude Luella, land in 8-2-9.
Logan, William, dec. (Probate Book F-27) August 1842. Infant heirs, Robert Logan, aged about three years, and William Logan, 18 mos.
Lohman, Elizabeth. (Book B-279) Will Wr. 12 May 1876. Rec. 17 Aug. 1876. My husband, John Henry Lohman, and then to my nephew, Wm. F. Belser.
Long, Samuel. (Will Book A-53) Will Wr. 19 Aug. 1817. Brother, John, land, horse, shot bag, also an order on Abraham Long, a note on Willis Sullivan. Jacob Long to receive one half crop corn, tools, one third hogs. William Long, one quarter hogs. My aged mother to receive one half corn remainder hogs, all sheep, household furniture. Witnesses: John Kinman, Samuel Hays.
Loring, Richard. (Probate Book E-6) Will Wr. 20 Apr. 1837. Rec. 8, May 1837. Wife, Cynthia; and oldest ch: Eleanor Loring; Mary Ruth Suttles; Pamela Loring. Other children: Richard Franklin, Ruth, Charles, Daniel, David, James Samuel, Nathaniel, Jane and Larkin Loring. Wife and James Record, exec. Witnesses: Samuel Goodnow, James Crozier, Nathaniel Rector. (Probate Book F-427) Daniel Loring, infant, 15 years on the 18th day of August 1843, made choice of Daniel Rector as his gdn. Richard, 12 years, Charles V., 18 years; Daniel, age 16; David 14, James S., 13; Nathaniel, 12, Jane 10, Larking H., age 9. (F-449)?
Losey, Solomon Sr. (Book B-51) Will Wr. March 1867. Rec. 3 Feb. 1873. To my beloved wife, Lavina Losey, farm in Ripley Co. 60 acres. Wit: Geo. Golden and Jos. H. Losey.
Lott, Roberts. (Book A) Charles Stewart adm. 18 June 1822. (Book C) 1829, Margaret Ann, 18; Demarcus Lott, age 16; Lucinda Lott, age 14; William Lott, age 10. (Will Book B-281) July 1830. John D. Wellington, gdn., Margaret Ann Lott, Demarcus Lott, Lucinda Lott, William Lott, heirs of Robards. (Not Robert in this version.)
Louden, John. (Book B) Adm. 1840. One child, John, age 15 mos.
Louis, Henry. (Book A-509) Will Wr. 37 Apr. 1870. Rec. 2 Aug. 1870. My wife, Eley S.
Lounsberry, Calvin. (Book B 1839) Two children: James William and Simeon.
Lund, John. (Book A-64) May 2, 1856. Ann Lund, my wife, as long as she remains my widow, all my estate; then to my son John, son Robert, have had an advance on their share.
Lowry, Catherine. (Book B-327) Will Wr. 26 Jan. 1877. Rec. 21 Jan. 1878. To my youngest child, William Lowry, all property and real estate. My dau. Bridget Lowry to take charge of William.
Lynch, Michael. (Book C263) Will Wr. 2 May 1826. Rec. 22 Apr. 1830. Wife, Dinah. Dau. Polly Chinn. Witnesses: J.P. Crowe. R. Simenton.
Lynch, William. (Book C-263) DAR records say Will not copied.
Lyon, Samuel. (Book A) administration
Lyon, Samuel, (JP p. 60) 19 Apr. 1816, James Faulkner, granted letters adm. Dawson Blackmore, securities.
McCaghten, H.S. (Book A-71) Will Wr. 1 Dec. 1856. Rec. 13 Dec. 1856. My real estate to my wife and children. Children: Cynthia Ann, Kate, Mary Frances and Elizabeth. Annette. Youngest is son Francis N. My friend, Josiah S. Weyer adm. and also gdn of my children.
McCaine, Robert R.R. (Book B-255) Will Wr. 10 Dec. 1873. Rec. 11 Jan. 1876. Alexandria, state of Va., 10 Dec. 1873. My dear mother, Mrs. P.A. McClaine, all my estate. She also to be my exec. [DAR gives his name as McCaine and hers as McClaine.]
McCall, Thomas. (Book C) adm. 1841. Sally McCall, widow. Children: James A. McCall; Thomas B. McCall; Robert M. McCall; William D. McCall. Book E 499. Thomas McCall; Hezekiah A. Patton, adm. 1841. Heirs: Sally, James A, Thomas H., Robert E., William D.
McCall, James. (Probate Book H-341) Will Wr. 23 Feb. 1849. Rec. 25 May 1849. Grandchildren: Margaret Ann Taylor, dau of decd dau Catherine McCall to have share, 1 July 1851, when she will be 18 yrs old; grandson, Robert Marion McCall, son of decd son, Thomas McCall who will be 21 on 9 Aug. 1851. Wife, Jane and friend, James Graham, exec. Witnesses: Lyman Hoyt, David O. Stites.
McCall, Jane. (Book A-197) Will Wr. 22 May 1858. Rec. 28 Jan. 1861. To my granddaughter, Margaret Ann Armstrong. To my grandson, Robert McCall.
McCallister, Daniel. (Probate Book A-117) Will Wr. 19 July 1834. Rec. 20 Oct. 1834. Wife, Esther, adm, at her death 100 acres equally divided between her brothers and sisters. John McKay and Alexander McCallister, execs. Matthew McCallister, mentioned.
McCartney, John. (Book C 1827) Heirs: Elizabeth, widow; James Sage, son-in-law; John G. Long, son-in-law; Maria McCartney, dau; William McCartney, son; Mary Ann McCartney, dau; Samuel McCartney, son; Hugh McCartney, son. (Deed Book Q-117) 1839. Heirs of John: James and Catherine Sage; Mariah McCartney; Samuel McCartney and Emily; Catherine, Mariah and Samuel, children of John McCartney, decd, land in 19-4-9. (Book B) died 1827. Children and grandchildren: Elizabeth J. McCartney, ? gdn of Hugh McCartney, son of John; Provy McCartney, gdn of Allen Thompson McCartney, William Franklin McCartney, Betsy Ann and Sally Jane McCartney, children of William, son of John; James McCartney, gdn of John, Elizabeth, James and William, infant children of Mary Ann McCartney, one of children of John. Mary Ann died 22 Aug. 1838. William died 1835. (Book C) 1827. Elizabeth McCartney, gdn of Samuel, age 12, Hugh age 6, children of John McCartney. (Book E-236) gives gdnship of children as above. John Lawler, John Sage and Stephen Bassett, appraisers.
McCartney, Mary Ann. (Probate Book E-234) Mary Ann, decd 1839; James McCartney, gdn of John, Elizabeth, James and William McCartney, infant heirs of Mary Ann. [The DAR transcribes this as estate of Mary Ann McCartney, but as she was a daughter of John McCartney, it seems unlikely that she was unmarried and these four heirs are named McCartney.]
McCartney, James. (Probate Book F-115) Will Wr. 1 May 1843. Rec. 22 June 1843. Williamson, youngest son, Margaret Sage, 2nd daughter; Daus. Sarah, Patsy, Amanda Ellen, Jane, 5th dau; Son, John, James and William, three oldest; daughter, Miriam Sharp, Eliza Ann Barney, Mary McCaslin. Wife, Jane McCartney.
McCartney, William. (Probate Book A 1835) Provy McCartney, adm. (Probate Book E-234) William McCartney, decd; 1839. Provy McCartney, gdn of Allen T., William P, Betsy Ann, and Sarah Jane, infant heirs of William McCartney.
McCarty, James. (Will Book A-164) Will Wr. 16 Feb. 1819. Rec. 27 March 1819. Wife, Polly, land SE1/4 13-5-11. Son, William, dau. Lydia. Exec. William B. Benefiel. Wit: George Benefiel and Lewis Conner. Polly m. Isaiah Stewart, given in Book B. (Probate Book E- 71) Final settlement, 8 Nov. 1837. William B. Benefiel adm. Heirs, Allen Carnine and wife, William J. McCarty.
McCarty, John. (Book C 1824) William McCarty, adm.
McCasland, William. (Book E-247) Will Wr. 9 June 1832. Rec. 17 May 1839. Wife, Eleanor, land W1/2 NW 2-3-9, eighty acres I now live on. Son, James H. McCasland.
Witnesses: William S. Wharton N. Lyle
McCaslin, William D. (Book B-124) Will Wr. 14 Jan. 1874 Rec. 24 Mar. 1874. My wife, Emily S. McCaslin one third. Children: Flowrella McCaslin, $100, America McCaslin, $00 bonds, Jasimah McCaslin, $400. Wife appointed gdn of children until they become of age. Wife to be exec.
McCauley, Joshua. (Book B-290) Will Wr. 17 Apr. 1874. Rec. 16 Nov. 1876. To my wife, Rebecca McCauley, and to children.
McClanahan, Robert. (Probate Book A-172) adm 1836 Samuel McClanahan, age 18 on 27 May 1838; William, 17 on 17 Nov. 1837 and George McClanahan, age 15, heirs of Robert McClanahan, decd. Brannock Phillips gdn. (Original transcription places these children with the Robert listed next. But this page is earlier and the date fits this first Robert Better.)
McClanahan, Robert. (Probate Book E-213) Lucy McClanahan, gdn of Harvey McClanahan, age 13; Sarah, age 10; James, age 7; Robert, age 6, Elizabeth, age 4; heirs of Robert McClanahan. Samuel Wells and Abr. Noaken, security.
McClanahan, Samuel. (Book A-465) Will Wr. 4 June 1867. Rec. 26 Oct. 1869. To my wife, Elizabeth McClanahan.
McClary, William, (Will Book A-16) decd. 18 May 1815, Elizabeth McClary, widow and relict granted letters, John McCaslin, security (Page17) to make inventory.
McClean, Charles. (Probate Book F-116) Will Wr. 17 July 1841. Rec. 28 June 1843. Madison. Son; William; granddau. Mary Anderson, dau of decd dau Catherine and James Anderson, lot 65 on East St.
McClean, Samuel. (Probate Book E-447) Samuel decd 1841. Elizabeth McClean, Charles, age 15, William Slaughter, gdn.
McClelland, James. (Probate Book E-453) Sarah McClelland, applies for arrears of pension of James McClelland who died 24 Jan. 1840 at his residence in Saluda Twp.
McClelland, Mary. (Deed Book 56-167) 28 Dec. 1888. Mary B. Decd. left heirs, William, John, James, Charles, Mary, Sarah Varnish, Martha McLaughlin, and grandchildren, Zadia, Charles and Allice. William and Sarah of Green Co., Mo., James and Jennie, Charles and Jeanne, all of Jefferson Co., John W. and Ida of Stone Co., Mo.
McClelland, Robert. (Book L-559) Estate of. Heirs: Isabella McCoy; Mary and Thomas Dunn; George W. McClelland; Eliza and Joseph Ryker; Cynthia and Charles Loring; Martha and William D. Hamilton; Samuel McClelland; William McClelland.
McClure, Branham. (Book A-452) Will Wr. 26 Jan. 1869. Rec. 25 May 1869. My wife, Frances to have everything to raise our children. Also, my wifes dau. Helen F. Elvin, to be one of my heirs.
McClure, Martha. (Will Book A-228) Will Wr. 31 July 1819. Rec. 21 March 1820, Madison. $100 to 1st Presbyterian Church of Madison. Niece, Martha McClure, dau of brother, David, bed and clothing. Land in Dayton, Ohio, to brothers: David, James and John. Sister, Laura [Lane Logan in one DAR transcription] Logan. Witness: George Logan. David McClure to be exec.
McConald, Thomas. (Book A-9) 22 Jan. 1814. Property sold at McConalds. P. 11, sale raised $114.1350.
McCord, David. (Probate Book F-299) Charlotte McCord appointed gdn of Isabell McCord, age about 7 years.
McCormick, Adam. (Book B) 1826. (Book C) Rachel McCormick, gdn of Cynthia, age 12, Nancy, age 10, Amanda, age 8, John, age 6, 1829. (Deed Book H-236) Heirs Frederick Duncan and Eliza Jane; Willis Jackson and Polly; James McCormick; Mary Ann McCormick; Cynthia McCormick; Nancy McCormick; Amanda V. McCormick; John P. McCormick. All of Jefferson Co. except Willis Jackson of Oldham Co., Ky., and James McCormick, of Cincinnati.
McCormick, Adam. (Probate Book D) Heirs: James McCormick; William Townsend and wife, Mary Ann, later McCormick; Cynthia McCormick, age 17; Nancy McCormick, age 16; Amanda McCormick, age 14; John P. McCormick, age 12. Frederick Duncan, gdn of all heirs of Adam. Rachel McCormick, sec.
McCormick, John M. (Book B-343) Will Wr. 9 May 1867. Rec. 27 May 1878. To my friend, Patsy Powell, late of Madison, now of Iowa, and her heirs; one half to my friend David G. Phillips and one quarter to John G. Sering. David and Sering to be exec.
McCormick, Thomas. (Probate Book H-372) Will Wr. 9 July 1847. Rec. 15 July 1849. Wife Pheneita Ann, exec. Lived in Madison. Witnesses: John H. Taylor, Moody Park.
McCoy, John. (Book A -306) Will Wr. 12 March 1864. Rec. 29 April 1864. Shelby Twp. My wife Nancy McCoy to have jurisdiction over all; at her decease to our children: Henry C, William H., Sarah Ann, Lewis and Sarah Jones. My married daus. Nancy Jane McCoy. Son John A. Sons Daniel and Wesley McCoy.
McCoy, Wesley. (Book A-272) Will Wr. 3 Apr. 1863. Rec. 22 April 1863. My wife, Isabella, and our children. Late of Canaan.
McCrory, Samuel. (Probate Book F-211) 1844. Heirs: Ann McCrory, widow. John McCrory, William Dunlap and wife; Polly Fleming; Isaac Herrod and wife; Ebenezer Watson and wife; Allen Hill and wife; Samuel H. McCrory; James McCrory; John Trulock and wife; John Allen and wife.
McCurry, Samuel E. (Book A-532) Will Wr. 26 Aug. 1868. Rec. 29 May 1871. Dau. Rhoda Ann, now wife of Giles Rice. Wife, Lucretia. Son, James Franklin.
McDill, James. (Probate Book E-408) Will Wr. 10 June 1840; Rec. Nov. 1840. South Hanover. Wife, Fanny W. McDill. Agnes Johnson step-daughter. Children: James Wilson McDill; Mary Margaret McDill and Martha McDill; sixty acres in Saluda Twp., forty acres NW 25-3-9; twenty acres, SW same to Theological Seminary of Associate Reformed Church at Oxford, Ohio, books. Execs. Thomas Shannon and wife, Fanny. Witnesses: Robert Simenton and A Spear.
McDonald, (Book A-8 and 9) Personal effects only.
McDonald, Roderick. (Will Book A p. 60) Inventory by William Crawford, James Edwards, Linsfield Branham. $280.50, 11 Oct. 1816. Sold for $238.1250
McDonough, Owen. (Probate Book F-134) July 1843. Two children, James and Mary Ann, put in Catholic orphanage in Cincinnati.
McGammon, Lucy. (Book B-171) Will Wr. 22 Apr. 1872. Rec. 2 Oct. 1874. Dau. Sarah Dixon, Patience C. Lewis. Sons: James McGammon, 1/5 to children Calametta Lanner (?), one fifth to children Mary Johnson. Exec. James McGammon.
McGee, Joseph. (Probate Book A 1835) Heirs. Ann Maria, widow. Ch: Mary Catherine, William H., Frederick N., Joseph F., Samuel P. McGee. Page. 25 Joseph McGee, 1837. Jacob Shue gdn of Frederick Nicholas McGee, age 12; Theodore McGee, age 10. (Book D-593) 1842. Anna Maria McGee, gdn of William H., age 20 in July; Frederick, age 17, next January and Theodore. William H. 20 in July next; Fred. 17 on Jan. 21, 1842; Samuel P. Age 9 Feb, 28, 1842. Heirs of Joseph McGee.
McGlore, Mary Ann. (Book A-411) [DAR Will Wr. 26 Feb. 1868. Nieces and nephews.
McIntire, Eliza. (Book A-54) Will Wr. 29 Sept. 1854. Rec. 29 Dec. 1855. To my son, John Oliver McIntire, silver coffee pot, one silver teapot, silver slop bowl, one dozen silver bladed knives and forks, one large silver ladle, two silver-bladed pearl handled butter knives, one silver sugar bowl, one silver sugar tong, one doz silver teaspoons, six silver dessert spoons, 11 large silver table spoons, one silver fruit bowl, one silver caster set and all household goods.
McIntire, John. (Probate Book I-74) Will Wr. 4 Nov. 1845. Rec. 17 June 1850. Wife, Eliza. By deed of 1 Jan. 1835 to John McIntire, Truman Hamilton Cross, Edward Cross, Samuel Taylor Cross, children of Samuel T. and Emily Cross, decd, formerly Emily McIntire, his dau. Land SW 34-4-10. Witnesses: John M. Bramwell, William H. Phillips. Page 73. Adm. Eliza, wife age 70 years. John H. Cummins and Charles W. Wells, each of whom is husband of granddaughters of John McIntire, who died 17 May 1849. (Probate Book J-453) Heirs: Eliza McIntire; John C. McIntire; John Marsh, Eliza G. Marsh; Sarah Ann Burke; Thomas E. Burke; John M. Cross; Edward M. Cross; Eliza Juliet Wells; Charles G. Wells; Rachel A. Cummins; Sarah Ann Wells; Harriet N. Turpin; Thomas Turpin and Rachel A. McIntire; Minors: Samuel Cross; Oliver B. McIntire; Emily R. McIntire; Mary G. McIntire; Eliza L.C. Moore; John G. Moore and Emily D. Moore.
McIntire Margaret. Complete Record C p. 103 et seq. Richard M. McIntire versus James Y. Allison et al, petition for partition, 18 Apr. 1854. Case decided in Common Pleas Court. Margaret McIntire, daughter, departed life, unmarried, died seized of Lot 2 Block 4 McIntires addition west; Lot 4, Block 7; Lot 4, Block 4 Scotts Garden; the undivided 1/4 lot 58 original Platt of Madison, and the middle 17 and 1/3 section of Lot 107 on Main Cross. Each of the following received one seventh: Charles Wells and Eliza J. Wells; James Y. Allison and Rachel; Henry M. and Sarah; Thomas J. Turpin and Harriet A.; Emily H. McIntire; Oliver B. McIntire; Mary J. McIntire. Emily A., Oliver B., and Mary B., represented by guardian Leroy Beckett.
McKay, Abraham. (Deed Book 42-220) Heirs of Abraham. Enoch McKay of Hamilton Co., Elias H. and Martha McKay, Jonathan McKay and Nancy, John Shull and Mary, William Horton, Lewis McKay, Amanda Johnson and husband Cyrus of Dayton, Robert L. McKay, to Jonathan, Theodore, and Thomas McKay.
McKay, Alexander. (Book A-204) Will Wr. Sept. 1818. Rec. 25 Oct. 1819. My beloved wife, Barbary. Three sons: Angus, John and George. John and George, eighty acres. Brother, Thomas. Four daus: Jane, Janet, Mary and Margaret, furniture. Wit: Thomas McKay Sr. William McCasland and Thomas McKay and wife to be exec. Payment from John McFaran of Barren Co., Ky., for land near Glasgow for place sold him.
McKay, Ellis. (Probate Book J-68) 1832. Heirs: David Cain, gdn of Francis Marion McKay, Mary Isabel McKay, Isaac F. McKay, Nancy Adaline McKay, all minors.
McKay, Floyd. (Book B-548) Will Wr. 20 Feb. 1882. Rec. 16 March 1882. My wife, Lucinda McKay and at her death to my children, except my dau. Louisa who is to have $200 now. Otto, son of Mary Lauderbaugh. Albert McKay.
McKay, George. (Book B) Will Wr. 16 Feb. 1819. Rec.23 Aug. 1835. Wife Elizabeth. Children: John Francis, Barbara, and Alexander.
McKay, George (Book F-88) Sept. 1843. John and Mary McKay, executors. Probably same as next George McKay.
McKay, George. (Book F-154) Will Wr. 19 Apr, 1843? Rec. 19 April 1854. [DAR gives Apr. 19, 1843 on one transcription, but doesnt indicate if thats the date of writing.] My wife, Mary. Three sons: Thomas Hall, Robert Henderson, George William.
McKay, Sidney. (Complete Record U-64) 27 Oct. 1883, Ben B. Williams adm.
McKean, Andrew. (Probate Book G-290) John McKean, inf. 1847. Margaret Dunlap, widow of Andrew McKean, husband John Dunlap.
McKean, John. (Probate Book F-1) August 1842. Margaret appointed gdn of John McKean, infant heir of Andrew M. McKean, decd. John aged about five years.
McKeand, James. (Book B-433) Will Wr. 27 Oct. 1879. Rec. 1 May 1880. All real estate in Saluda Township to my wife, Sarah J. McKeand.
McKeand, William. (Book A-416) Will Wr. 1 Oct. 1858. Rec. 15 Feb. 1868. My dau: Martha Haite; son, James; dau. Margaret Woods, $10, each. Other children: Gazel McKeand and Jennette McKeand and Alexander McKeand.
McKee, David D. (Book B-761) Will Wr. 30 July 1877. Rec. 1 Dec. 1882. Hanover town, my late wife, Jane B. McKee, exchanging land in Illinois with Rachel Parvin. I got her portion of the old Butler homestead in Jefferson County, also land in Nebraska. My dau. Harriet Jane McKee, equal shares to the children of my late wife, Jane McKee, my two daus. Mary E. McKee and Rachel Ann McKee, $750. My first wife was Lucy Ann McKee , Anna R. McKinney, child of my decd dau. Sarah. Insurance to be divided. My son, Noble to be exec.
McKee, James. (Probate Book A) 1836, died Aug, 183_. Nancy McKee, adm, widow. Heirs: Susan Waugh McKee, age 9 yrs; Maria Jane McKee, age 7.
McKendall, Frank (?). [Or is this Frank M.C. Kendell?](Book B-53?) Will Wr. 20 Dec. 1880. Rec. 20 June 1880. [Perhaps the will was written June 20 and recorded Dec. 20, but this is as given by the DAR transcription.] My friend John R. Cravens to be exec.
McKinley, Elizabeth. (Book C) Adm. 1827, James McKinley son, adm.
McKinley, Guniea? (Will Book B-279) Age 14 or 16, chose Milton Stapp, gdn.
McKinley, John. (Book B) adm. No children. Heirs are brothers and sisters, James McKinley, Sarah w of Henry Fix, Samuel McKinley, William McKinley, Robert McKinley, Nancy Watson, Polly Johnson, Gemima w of David C. Fix, Isabella Brown. [DAR puts Bowman in parenthesis.]
McKinley, John. (Probate Book J-409) 1852. Heirs: widow, Sarah Ann Hutsell; Ch. Mary Elizabeth, Amanda Caroline, minors.
McKinley, Samuel. (Will Book B-120) Will Wr. 13 Nov. 1824. Rec. 13 Jan. 1825. Wife Elizabeth; James, oldest son; Samuel, John, William, Robert; dau. Nancy, Mary D. Downs, Isabella, Sarah, and Nancy. Land in Henry Co., Ky. Bro. Robert in Ireland and two sisters in Ireland. (Book C) 1827 gdn for Isabella, age 10.
McLaughlin, James D. (Complete Record T-460) 17 Dec. 1881. David J. Spencer, adm. Lewis Gordon, Sec.
McNeeley, John. (Book A-273) Will Wr. 31 Dec. 1861. Rec. 28 Apr. 1863. My wife, Margaret Ann, 160 acres. Our children, James McNeeley, Susanna Arbuckle, heirs Marty Catherine Wasson, Frederick McNeeley, John McNeeley, Jeremiah McNeeley, William H., George, Elizabeth Bussey, Samuel Thomas and Jacob.
McNew, . (Book B) Orphans. Betsy, Nancy, James, and Hamilton McNew. Alex Kennedy, gdn.
Madden, William, decd. (Probate Book F-139) Louisa Madden, widow, Abner Madden, Henry Madden, Richard Madden, Matilda Madden and Mahala Madden, all under the age of 21. (Complete Record I-189) August Term 1843. Louisa Madden surviving adm. Of heirs of William Madden. On 20 May 1842, she moved that the estate was insufficient to pay debts and asked to sell land. Page 190, heirs under 21 were Abner, Henry, Richard, William, Matilda, and Mahala, to be made defendants.
Maddox, Thomas. Adm (Probate Book 267-243-327)
Mahon, George. (Book A-289) Will Wr. 19 Dec. 1863. No relatives. (?)
Malcolm, Tubman. (Book F-360) Will Wr. 6 Dec. 1844. Rec. 20 Dec. 1844. Five daughters: Rachel Malcolm; Nancy Culver; Nelly Craig; Elizabeth Kinney; Mary Rogers. Son: William to have eighty acres in Milton where I now reside. Son William, exec. Witnesses: Stovall Wilkins, Thomas Neill. (F-360-365-416-425) Land in W1/2 NW 18-4-12 eighty acres, 11 Jan. 1845. William Malcolm, adm. Bill of sale filed. Rachel Malcolm, age 19 chose Joseph Craig gdn.
Mallory, Timothy. (Will Book B-404) Will Wr. 30 Oct. 1867. Wife, Hannah Maria Aikens, widow of Joseph Burnham. Her youngest child, Emilie Gazelle Burnham.
Manaugh, Mary. (Book B-44) Will Wr. 26 Oct. 1867. Rec. 13 Nov. 1872. My dau., Martha, $200; my son, Samuel, $5; my son, James Manaugh, $5; my son, William Manaugh in California, $5; my dau., Mary Melley (or Moloy?) Later of Clark Co., $5; my four daus: Nancy Cravens, Jane Belding, Martha Manaugh and Samantha A. Arnold. Alex G. Thompson, exec. Wit: Wm McNeal and John M. Morton.
Mancha, Henry. (Book B-629) Will Wr. 12 Apr. 1882. Rec. 15 Dec. 1882. Of Wirt. All to my son, John; three other children.
Mann, Robert. (Book B-85) Will Wr. 14 Feb. 1872. Rec. 27 March 1872. My father, all my property and after his death to my brothers, James and William Mann. Wit: Robert Mann, William W. Neal.
Mannion, Ellen. (Book B-591) Will Wr. 16 Sept. 1882. Rec. 23 Oct. 1882. Of North Madison. John Mannion, $150; my sister, Bridget, half interest in house; my nephew Joseph Mannion, son of my brother, John; my sister Mary Delaney.
Manville, Butler. (Book B-234.) My son, George Manville, bedstead, etc; my granddaughter Sarah Manville, daughter of my son Nicholas, one bed stand; my four daus-in-law, Henrietta Manville, Abbersina Manville, Mary, and Sarah Manville. $50 each. Son Joseph, son Murry Manville, son Robert, children of my son Nicholas, decd. Two sons to be exec.
Marquis, Ebenezer. (Book B) adm 1826. Jane R. Marquis, widow, adm. (Book C) 1827.
(Probate Book S-243) Ebenezer D. and Samuel, heirs of Ebenezer Marquis, mentioned in probate of Samuel Marquis estate.
Marquis, John. (Book A-529) Will Wr. 4 Apr.1864. Rec. 5 May 1871. My wife, Alice. Son, Robert, and other children.
Marquis, Samuel. (Book B-506) Will Wr. 29 May 1843. Rec. 25 Oct. 1845. Samuel of Ripley Co. Sons: Israel, Robert, John, George, David, and two sons of Ebenezer. Daughters: Eliza and Jane. John Marquis and Samuel Eccles. Witnesses: Samuel Eccles and James East. (Probate Book S-243) Heirs: Robert Marquis; William Elliott and wife; John Marquis George Marquis and his heirs; David Marquis; Ebenezer D. and Samuel, heirs of Ebenezer Marquis.
Marshall, Daniel. (Book A-199) My seven oldest children: Rebecca, Hannah, Isaac C., Elenor, Mark A., William W. and Mary M. Marshall, $1 each. My wife, Catherine Marshall.
Marshall, Hannah. (Book A-78) Will Wr. 20 Feb. 1857. Rec. March 1857. My sister, Ellen Grotius, late Ellen Marshall, $100, her husband, William Groteus; my sister, Rebecca Marshall. [DAR gives both Grotius and Groteus spelling.]
Marshall, Margaret. (Probate Book D) Will Wr. 14 Aug. 1834. Rec. 18 Sept. 1835. Daughter of William Marshall, land in Republican Twp., inherited from father, given to Brother Thomas children. Sister: Polly Officer, two sons, Jams and William. Brother Roberts two daughters.
Marshall, Robert. (Book C) 1828. Republican Twp. Sarah, age 5, Margaret, age 3.
Marshall, Robert. (Probate Book D) Will Wr. 16 Sept. 1831. Rec. July term 1832 in Fayette Co., Ky. Wife, Elizabeth. Sons: James, Samuel Joseph, Robert Glass. Dau: Eliza G., Irwin and Sarah. Land near Madison where son, Joseph now lives. Land in Ky., in Scott Co., Ind., at Vernon, a section near Troy, Ohio. Negroes, except two reserved for wife, are to be transported to Africa. Codicil names John M. Irwin.
Marshall, Robert. (Book A-319) Will Wr. 30 Apr. 1864. Robert Marshall, my son, and my dau. Elizabeth Foster Marshall to be execs., also gdns of my two minor children, Sarah Amelia and Mary Jane Marshall. All to share equally.
Marshall, Samuel Vance. (Book A-194) Will Wr. 27 Sept. 1860. To my niece, Mrs. Margaret M. Moore, only surviving dau. of my brother, Rev. James L. Marshall, decd (Bethel Church.)
Marshall, Thomas. (Book A-101) Will Wr. 1 July 1852. Rec. 8 May 1858. Lucy Ann Marshall, dau. of my son, Robert Marshall, decd, $50; my wife, Melinda; son, Samuel Marshall, 35 acres also sons: Columbus, John, Luther, William; and my dau. Sally Warble and my dau. Armilda.
Martin, Mary. (Book A-535) Will Wr. 25 July 1871. Niece, Jane Kavanaugh or Jane Martin, sons, James, John and Peter.
Martin, William. (Book B) 1825 Wife, Ester. Republican Twp. NE 17-3-9. Heirs: John, Robert, James Samuel, Isabella, Henry Martin gdn.
Martin, Thomas. (Book A-521) Will Wr. 4 Aug. 1869. Rec. 10 Feb. 1871. My wife Alice; son, Robert; other children.
Mathews, William. (Book B-177) Will Wr. 5 July 1874. Rec. 1, 1874. Wife to have all during her lifetime then to our children. Wit: Robert A. Whitham and Wm. M. Mathews.
Matthis, John. (Book A-237) Will Wr. 7 Nov. 1860. Rec. 1 Apr. 1862. Children by my first wife, Nancy Latin, seventy eight acres; William Matthis, 160 acres; Betsie Horton, 120 acres, Polly, 120 acres (formerly Polly Miles.) Ruth Beckly 160 acres; Ailly formerly Ailly Miles, five hundred dollars cash. My wife, Susan Mathis, the farm and homestead on which we live, one third personal property. Nathan, son of my present wife. Wife Susan is not empowered to sell any of the estate. Witnesses: Robert Stevenson, Walter Scott.
Mavity, Jesse. (Complete Record I-174) 11 May 1843. Joseph Tilford administrator to sell real estate. On 12 Aug. 1842, adms. sold land to William B. Brazleton for $250. However, Brazleton was in the Kentucky Penitentiary for three years at that back. Administrators petitioned to sell same land in SE1/4 Sec. 5 Twp 9 Range 3E in Republican Twp.
Maxwell, Edward. (Book B) Jane C., widow; Susan W.; Samuel D.; Mary A.; John M.; Julia A.; Gabriella. Book B 1838, wife, Jane states Edward moved to Illinois, died soon after. Asks to buy house in Hanover. Probate Book D heirs: Samuel Davis Maxwell, age 16; Susan Weir Maxwell, age 18; Mary Adeline Maxwell; age 14; John Milton Maxwell, age 12; Julia Ann Maxwell, age 11; Sarah Eliza Maxwell, age 9; Gabriella Tilford Maxwell; age 2. Jane Maxwell, mother, gdn.
Maxwell, Samuel C. (Book B) 1841. Heirs: Joseph M. Tilford and Mary Ann Maxwell, his wife; Preston P. Wiley and Lucinda Maxwell, his wife; James A ., Lucinda and Nancy Jane Batterton, children of Eliza Maxwell Batterton and David Batterton; Edward F. Maxwell, Harvey Maxwell; Polly Maxwell; Maria A. Maxwell; Julia Maxwell. (Book E-1) Sarah Maxwell, gdn of Julia C. Age 11; Maria A, age 7, infant heirs of Samuel C. Maxwell, dec. (Book E-509)1841, settlement. Sarah Maxwell; David Batterton, gdn. Preston P. Wiley and Lucinda ; Jos. Milford and Mary Ann; William T Maxwell; James A. Maxwell; Edward F. Maxwell; Harvey H. Maxwell; Emily R Maxwell; Julia C. Maxwell; Maria A. Maxwell. (D-563) Heirs: Sarah, widow; William T.; James A.; Edward F: Harvey B.; Emily M. ; Julia C.; Maria A.
May, John. (Book A Book C) 1827. Two heirs, Richard May and Dudly Beebe, who married Jane May decd.
Mayberry, Benjamin. (Book B or D) Adm. (Probate Book F-44) Nancy Monroe renounced the guardianship of Truman B. Mayberry, Rebecca Jane Mayberry, Henry B. Mayberry, Elizabeth Eleanor Mayberry, and Benjamin Mayberry, heirs of Benjamin Mayberry, dec. The court appoints Morgan Patton gdn of Truman B Mayberry, age 13 yrs 10 mos. And 6 das; Rebecca Jane Mayberry, aged 11 yrs, 5 mos; Harry B. Mayberry, age 9 yrs on the 20th day of Nov. 1842; Elizabeth Eleanor Mayberry, aged six years, 4 mos. and 23 das; and Benjamin Mayberry, aged three years, six mos and 25 days, infant heirs of B. Mayberry.
Mayfield, Joshua. (Book B-73) Will Wr. 9 Apr. 1873. Rec. 10 June 1873. Divided equally between my children, Francis F. Mayfield, Jeptha Mayfield, James Mayfield, Granville B. Mayfield, Burdett Mayfield, Louise O. Golay, Casander Wood, and Sarah E. Chambers. Burdett Mayfield, exec. Wit: George B. Lewis and George Ralston.
Mead, Eli. (Book C) 1830. Reuben Mead, age 10.
Means, Isaac. (Complete Record T-159) 4 May 1881. David J. Spencer, adm.
Means, Israel. (Book B-41) Will Wr. 3 Oct. 1872. My wife and own children (?) Wit: L.J. Woollen, Michael Kontz. (?)
Means, William and Elizabeth (Miscellaneous Records 2-234) 16 Aug. 1890. Power of Attorney to David Spann. Joshua H. Means, unm. Charles P. and Elizabeth Means of Switzerland Co., sons of William and Elizabeth Means, intestate; John H. Means of Little Rock, Ark. Eliza Clemens and John Clemens, Mary F. Westrick and George Westrick of Kentucky children of Israel Means, son of William and Elizabeth Means; James and Amanda Means, of Ripley Co., and Mary Means, unmarried of Jefferson Co, Mathilda and Henry Sauvine of Switzerland Co., Martha J. Rales? And Jonathan of Ripley Co., also sons and daughters of William and Elizabeth Means, Elnora Lewis and Peter Lewis, Anna Banta and Lafayette Banta, Indiana and Edward LeClerc of Switzerland co., Endora and Daniel Leap, sons and dau. of Sarah LeClerc, dau of William and Elizabeth Means.
Meddock, Emanuel. (Medagh, Maddox, etc.) Will Wr. June 1823. Rec. 14 Aug. 1838. Son: Gerardus; daughter, Margaret Patterson. Wife not named. William Hall, exec. Witnesses: Silas Stapp, James R. Wallace, signed on 15 Oct. 1823. (Probate Book E-143). (Book C) 1828?. Peter Ryker, adm. Leah Ryker Medagh, widow. Adm. (Book C-152-155-190-316-323-331-350).
Meek, Alexander. (Will Book A-339.) Will Wr. 12 Oct. 1821. Rec. 9 Nov. 1821. Land W1/2 2-10-11; NE 1/4 3-4-11. Lots in Brownstown, Paoli, Lexington. Wife, Martha; mother-in-law Mrs. Elizabeth Shull McCullough. (Book A-457). Martha Meek appointee gdn.; Eliza 12-5-20 (sic); Alexander Hamilton, 10-2-6; William Marshall, 7-8-16 (sic?); Fielding Bradford 4 on the 10th of December, Martha yr [age?] on 10 July 1822. (Book A-337) W1/2 of 2-10-11, also real estate in Brownstown, Jackson Co., Paoli in Orange Co., Lexington in Scott Co., to Martha my wife; mother in-law Mrs Eliza McCullough, children. Ex. William Hendricks and Jeremiah Sullivan. Wit.: David G. Brite, N.B. Palmer, W.B. Main. (Book 2, 1822-1824.) Martha gdn of Eliza, Alexander H., William, Martha and Fielding.
Meek, Martha. (Probate Book A) 1836. Heirs: Hamilton Meek; William M. Meek; Fielding Meek; Martha.
Mermoud, George. (Book A-59) Will Wr. 7 Dec. 1855. Rec. 1 March 1856. My wife, Dicy Mermoud. All real estate and personal property in Ripely Co. My son, George W. Mermoud, land, etc.; my dau. Patsy Hays and Fanny Vawter, my grandson, James Smith and grand daughter, Mary Jane Smitha, each $5.
Meuser, Mary, heirs. (Probate Book F-453)
Meyer, Andrew. (Book B-250) Will Wr. 10 May, 1875. Rec. 13 Nov. 1875. Hamilton Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. My wife Maria Meyer, my land; wife to be exec.
Milan, Patrick. (Book B-49) Will Wr. 25 Nov. 1872. Rec. 16 Dec. 1872. My wife, Mary, all real estate. Wit: Robert Dunlap and Wm. Phibbs.
Miles, . (Probate Book F-374) Alfred Miles and Mary his wife, Sarah P., Mary Jane, William Miles and Jesse Miles.
Miles, Amos. (Book B) adm. Wife, Catherine, 1825.
Miles, David. (Book B) adm. Probate Book A 1835. James Miles, adm. Heirs: Mary Ann Miles; Hannah Miles; Jonathan Miles; Mahuttah Miles; John Miles; Martha Miles and Letitia, all but first two infants. Evan Miles mentioned.
Miles, Isaac. (Book A-23). Will Wr. 2 March 1852. Rec. 25 May 1854. My granddaughter, Eliza Sample, bed and bedding, trunk and Holy Bible; my son, Samuel Miles, his note; Jesse Miles, $100; John Miles, $100; Isaac Miles, $100; Samuel Miles, $100. My dau. Rachel Sample.
Miles, William B. (Book B-36) Will Wr. 11 Feb. 1871. Rec. 1 Oct. 1872. My beloved wife, Letitia Miles. Land in 8-5-12. My son, Edward P. Miles; dau. Harriet L. Miles; Son, Albert G. Miles; son Truman B. Miles; son, William H. Miles. My nephew, Eugene S. Miles, one horse; Edward B. Miles and Albert, appointed exec. Wit: Elliott J. Vestile, Charles Wooley and Willis H. Ryker.
Miller, Agnes D. (Book B-382) Will Wr. 16 Apr. 1878. Rec. 8 Apr. 1879. My son, John H. Miller, one quilt and he to be exec. My two grandchildren, James T. Miller and Helen M. Miller, son and dau. of my decd son, Daniel H. Miller; my son, Thomas H. Miller, household goods; my son, Hutton H., one quilt and one blanket and half of my queensware, and Matilda his wife; my son, Hugh K. Miller, one quilt and one blanket; my son, Franklin J. Miller, one quilt and $100; to Isabella Miller, bed and bedding; grandson Albert Miller, son of John H. Miller, $100. Thomas H. to be exec.
Miller, Benjamin. (Will Book A-250) Will Wr. 23 July 1862. Rec. 12 Aug. 1862. Hanover. $50 to Presbyterian Church of Hanover Township; $25 to Presbyterian Theological Seminary; to Lucy Ann Dorsey, bed and bedding and $100. The rest to my wife, Sarah Miller; my son James W. Miller; daughter, Mary Miller. All the rest to my children: Rebecca; James W.; Sarah J.; Michael A.; Benjamin H. And John W. Miller. Henry Lee, exec.
Miller, Dorothea. (Book B-542) Will Wr. 23 Sept. 1881. Rec. 3 Feb.1882. My three children, Henry and William Snitzer and Matilda Zoeller, all my real and personal estate.
Miller, Gabriel. (Book B-530) Will Wr. 13 Sept. 1880. Rec. 20 Oct. 1881. Sarah Young, my dau. Wife of Thomas Young, $100; everything else to be divided equally among my children: Elizabeth Alums, decd, wife of Henry Allums, decd; Eliza Gray, wife of Anderson Gray, decd; Mary Chaplain, wife of Charles H. Chaplain; Sarah Young, wife of Thomas Young; Susan Stonestreet, decd, wife of Wm. Stonestreet, decd.; Thomas Miller, Louis Miller and Rebecca Blackburn, wife of Thomas Blackburn, the part of my decd dau. Elizabeth Allums, between her children, Andrew, Elisha, Frank and Orra; to children of my decd. dau. Sarah Stonestreet, David, Maria, Laura and William Stonestreet.
Miller Henry. (Probate Book) A 1833. Died 1833. (Will in Probate Book D) Will Wr. 13 June 1833. Rec. 28 March 1834. Wife, Magdalene; Magdalene Zenor, a girl whom they had raised; two nieces, Phebe Zenor and Elizabeth Wells. (Book A) wife, Magdalen Miller; land NE 1-4-8, 36-5-8. Magdalene Zenor, widow lives with David Zenor; property to go to Phebe Zenor and Elizabeth Wells. Children of Phebe: Betsy, Magdalena, Lydia, Sally, Catherine, Harriet, Matthias, Malinda, and Henry Zenor. Children of Elizabeth: Phebe, Henry, John, Green, and Elizabeth Wells, minors. David Zenor, gdn. Henry Miller left no heir but wife. Alex. Miller got land.
Miller, James H. (Book C) 1830, adm.
Miller, Jesse. (Book B-31) Will Wr. 21 Feb. 1870. Rec. July 1872. My dau. Catherine Miller, homestead farm in Dunbar Twp., Fayette Co., Pa. Her children, namely Lowry B. Miller, Sarah Jeanna Miller, Charles Miller, William Miller and Mary Miller or survivors of them, reserving one half acres for the family burying ground, granting to James and Mary Allen, a right of way to and from coal bank to and from Youghiogheny River, privilege of mining and hauling coal. My niece, Maria Miller, two feather beds; my brother, David Miller, James Allen Johnson, exec.
Miller, John. (Book-117) Will Wr. 24 Oct. 1860. Rec. 6 Feb.1874. I, John Miller, a minister of the Gospel to my beloved wife, Margaret; children, John Miller, Corydon Miller and Laura Miller, Wesley R. Miller, Jordon Giles, Martha E. McCallister. (B-338) Dated 26 Feb. 1868. 5 April 1872. This is a codicil. To my dau. Laura Miller, my piano.
Miller, Robert. (Book A-42) Will Wr. 8 Sept. 1848. Rec. 4 Apr. 1855. John Alexander, Samuel, James D., Jonathan Miller and Sallie Gener (?) Each $1; Rohela (?) Miller, $15; Hannah Miller, my wife, Jane Thomas heirs $1 (My wifes heirs, Joshua, Robert, Mary Ann and Harriet Miller, land to my two boys, Robert and Joshua when Robert reaches age of 21. My wife to be exec.
Miller, Margaret. (Book B-330) Will Wr. 21 July 1877. Rec. 18 Feb. 1878. My dau. Laura Miller; my husband, John Miller; Jordan Giles, my child and child of said John Miller.
Millet, Alva H. (Guardianship Book) 28 July 1858. Heirs: Alva, Eliza, Mary A. Lorilla Millet, gdn.
Miner, Bela O. (Book A) inventory. (D-97) George W. Miner, age 19, chose Chauncey B. Lewis, gdn.
Miner, Robert. (Will Book A-202) 25 Aug. 1857. Children: Thomas, Elizabeth Layton, Jonathan Miner, Betsy Powell; Robert S. Miner; David W. Miner; Emeline Millhouse. Benj. Allen, exec. Grandchildren: Andrew, Robert, David, Spencer, Allen, Mary Jane and William, heirs of William H. and Mary Miner Latta. Grandson, Andrew Spencer. To Andrew Latta, Mary Jane Latta, and William Latta, heirs of William H. Latta and Mary Latta, late Mary Miner; my grandson, Andrew Spencer, $100 if he returns from California; to my grandchildren, Robert E. McFatten, $25, James H. McFatten, $5, William H. McFatten, $25; my son, Thomas Miner, $1, to my other children: Elizabeth Layton, Jonathan Miner, Patsy Powell, Robert H. Miner, David W. Minor. Emeline Millhouse. Benjamin Allen to be exec.
Mitchell, James K. (Complete Record I-159) 25 Feb. 1843. William Gardner vs. Oliver S. Pitcher and William H. Phillips, adms. Mitchell died 5 Oct. 1840. Page 160, James N. Hukill vs. Adms. Page 161, 23 Dec. 1847 Cornelius Voris versus estate. According to the suits John Stivers administered Mitchells estate for a while without settling it. On 17 May 1843, Stivers successfully appealed a court ruling against him regarding a debt. Page 194. August Term 1843. William W. Thompson appealed a decision regarding a debt.
Mitchell, Robert. (Book A) adm. (Book C) 1830. Thomas Henton, gdn of Nancy Mitchell, age 13; Robert C. Mitchell, age 11. Property kept by widow. July 1830.
Mitchell, Sarah. (Probate Book H-154) Will Wr. 21 June 1848. Rec. 14 Oct. 1845. Sister Catherine Hall. Witnesses: O.S. Pitcher, James Hill.
Mitchell, Thomas. (Book A) adm. (Book C) 1830.
Moderwell, Adam. (Probate Book C-226) Will Wr. 22 Dec. 1846. Rec. 3 May 1847. Wife, not named. At her death one third to niece Martha Waltes of Boonville, Mo., one third to Margaret Kinney, eldest daughter of Joseph Kinney; Boonville, Mo.; one third to Martha Simpson, dau of Joseph Simpson, Holmes Co., Ohio, and Jackson Gris (?) of Madison, Indiana. Brother, John Moderwell to get clothes. Witnesses: Moody Park, David. Loring. Exec. William McKee Dunn.
Moncrief, Abner. (Book B-77) Will Wr. 1 July 1873. Dated 27 Jan. 1873. [DAR gives dates this way.] I have already given to my children; all real estate to my wife, Ann; Wit: William Y. Monroe and C.D. Amsden.
Moley, Mary Jane. (Book B-408) Will Wr. 2 Sept.1879. Rec. 25 Nov. 1879 of New Albany, Ind. To my husband, Michael Moley, all my real estate and also to be exec.
Monfort, Henry. (Book A-538) Will Wr. 10 July 1867. Rec. 28 Oct. 1871. My wife, Susannah. Daus: Louisa Spinks, wife of John C. Spinks. Susannah Davis, wife of John H. Davis. Sons: Robert H. and Cornelius B.
Monroe, Lyman. (Book A-174) Will Wr. 26 Jan. 1860. Rec. 20 March 1860. My wife, Sarah Monroe. Book F p. 188?. Heirs of Lyman. Elizabeth Neal, Lyman Heirs?, Alexander, John, James, William, Caleb, Marietta Neal, H. Beckely?, Elizabeth Neal.
Monroe, Michael. (Book C) 1831. Solomon Monroe, adm. (Deed Book - 117) 1834, land N1/1 SW 5-5-9. Susanna Monroe, Sarah Tilford, Solomon P. Monroe; George Monroe Andrew Wood and Nancy; John W. Houghland and wife Mary; Margaret Monroe and Elizabeth Monroe. (Deed Book 7-690) 1844 names William Monroe and wife, Sarah; George Monroe; Andrew Wood and wife, Nancy; Margaret Monroe; J.W. Houghland and wife; Michael M. Anderson and Elizabeth; Milton Stapp Monroe.
Monroe, Philip. (Book A-24) Will Wr. 5 March 1854. Rec. 7 June 1854. Of Republican Township. My wife, Jane Monroe, the farm on which we live; then to my son, William Perry Monroe; my daus. Minerva Monroe; Eliza Ellen Monroe; Hannibal Fletcher Monroe, $1; my dau. Cynthia Monroe, $10; dau. Charlotte $1; dau. Harriet, $1, dau. Lucretia, $1.
Monroe, William. (Book B-309) Will Wr. 17 Feb. 1874. Rec. 28 May,1877. Kent, Indiana, Republican Twp. My wife Eliza J. Monroe; she also to be exec.
Montford, Henry. (Will Book A-538) Will Wr. 10 July 1867. Wife, Susannah; daughter, Louisa Sparks, wife of John C.; Robert H. Montford; Cornelius B. Montford; Susannah Davis, wife of John H. Witnesses: Jeremiah Sullivan, Moody Park.
Montgomery, William. (Probate Book H-312) Will Wr. 27 May 1848. Rec. 10 Apr. 1849. Wife, Sarah, formerly wife of John Payne. Decd had children so heirs by 1st wife, Mary and heirs of Sarah to share alike. Witnesses R.E. Stratton, William W. Woolen. (Probate Book I) Heirs of William Montgomery and Sarah Montgomery, late Sarah Payne. John Montgomery; John Calbert and wife, Nancy; Samuel Calbert and wife, Eliza; Joseph Calbert and wife Nancy; Samuel Montgomery; William Payne and wife, Sarah; Andrew M. Payne; John Payne; Sally Jane Payne; Jeremiah Crawford and wife, Betsy Ann; Jacob J. Payne; Milton Payne.
Montigny, Francis Paul. (Probate Book I-172) Will Wr. in French. Probated 12 Nov. 1856 Witnesses: Michel Desire Picot.
Mooney, Isaac. (Book C) 1828. Mathilda Mooney, widow. Children, Sarah Ann; Jane and Rachel, infants. (Book B) Summer 1830. H. Stout adm., Isaac Mooney, insolvent.
Moore, Elizabeth. (Book C- 297) Elizabeth Moore decd, Beverly Vawter, adm 1844. Pg. Page 335 Dower of Eliz. Moore, NE? 26-5-10. Andrew J Moore; James M. Humphreys and Jos. Steele, gdn. Ben. N. Fultz and Arnold Custer, gdn.
Moore, Joseph M. (Book A-102) Will Wr. 8 Jan. 1858. Rec. 28 Jan. 1858. My wife, Deborah and children. My cousin, James M. Ray to be exec.
Moore, Sarah. (Book P-221?) (Book C) Sarah Moore; late Sarah Logan, 1844, dower NW 6-3-9. [DAR combines this with William Moore estate, but it doesnt seem likely.]
Moore, William. (Book C) 1829. Elizabeth Moore, adm. Probate Book A 1836. Heirs: James M. Humphreys and wife, Nancy; Leonna Moore, wife of Arnold Custer; John M. Moore; Elkanah Moore; Andrew J. Moore; William M. ; Mary Jane Moore; Elizabeth Moore; David O. Moore; last four minors. Diagram showing division of land pg. NE 35-5-10? (Book B) 1825 Sale pg. 149, Elizabeth Moore and Samuel C. Humphreys, adm. (Book B-123), adm. Of William Moore, 1 Aug. 1825. Elizabeth Moore and Samuel Humphreys adm. Pg. 149, inventory by Reul Custer and Pat. Humphreys. (Book C-49) settlement. (Book I) Page 303? David P. Moore, age abt 20, Jos. Steele, gdn. 12 Nov. 1845. Page 409? Nine Heirs of William Moore: SE 26-5-10. Land cannot be divided without damage, Henry Jackman, George Wagner. Caleb Lame.
Morgan, Stockley. (Book B-17). Will Wr. 12 Feb. 1866. Rec. 7 May 1872. To my friend Robert Scott. Also to Mary Rebecca, Robert, and Richard Scott, children of Robert Scott Jr., decd., and three children of George L. Scott, decd; the six children to share and share alike. Wit: David G. Phillips, and James Deputy.
Morris, James. (Book B-639) Will Wr. 20 Jan 1877. Rec. 20 Apr. 1863. My wife, Mathilda Morris, all estate.
Morton, Andrew. (Will Wr. A-242) Will Wr. 22 March 1862. Madison. My eldest dau., Leah, house and lot, also household goods to be divided equally among my three daus. Also to my two daus, Jane Morton and Anna Morton, $400 each; all rest to be divided between my four children equally, namely, John, Leah, Jane and Anna. Bro-in-law, William Weir to be exec.
Morton, Henry. (Book B-351) Will Wr. 27 June 1873. Rec. 7 June 1878. My wife Jane B.
Morton, John. (Guardianship Book) 3 Feb. 1859. Jennette Morton, gdn of William, Jennette, Mary, Elizabeth, Robert, Jane, Susan, and Ann, heirs of John Morton.
Morton, Leah. (Book A-271) Will Wr. 18 March 1863. Rec. 8 Apr. 1863. House and lot to my sisters Jane and Ann T. Morton. My brother, John Morton.
Moss, Chas. H. (Book B-394) Will Wr. 17 May 1879. Rec. 20 June 1879. My wife, Fannie Moss, all money and real estate.
Moulthrop, Henry B. (Complete Record I-181) August Term 1843. David C. Branham and Cynthia Moulthrop adms., letters granted 17 July 1842. Page 182, inventory. Page 183, sale conducted 20 Aug. 1842.
Mounts, Amos. (Book B) adm. Heirs: Martha Smith: James C. Mounts; Preston Mounts, Hannah Childs, Robert Mounts. Thomas Ramsay Sr. gdn. of Thomas Mounts. (Book B or E-185) Amos Mounts decd 1838, gives same heirs.
Mounts, John N. (Book D-72) 1837. Tamar Mounts, gdn of Mary Jane, age 5 on 14 Oct. 1837; James Amos, age 2 on Feb. Next.
Mounts, Thomas. (Book B) Only son, William A. Mounts, Thomas Ramsey, gdn.
Murdock, Henry. (Book B) adm 1828. Harvey and Eli Murdock, mentioned.
Murphy, Patrick. (Book A) inventory.
Murray, Veniah. (Book B-536) Will Wr. 16 July 1868. Rec. 14 Oct. 1874. Wayne Co., Ind. To my dau. Victoria V. Murray, $3,000; dau. Charlotte Lawson, $10; son, Jesse M. Murray, $10; Falcoan McCrawfair [Sic. Crawford?], son of my dau. Parmelia D. Crawford, decd. $10. My wife, Sarah to be exec.
Murry, James. (Book B-195) Will Wr. 19 Nov. 1875. Rec. 6 July 1875. Wife Eliza Murry, children. Wit. Matthew H. Gray and Wm. A. Gray.
Musprier, Godfrey. (Book B-336) Will Wr. 19 May 1877. Rec. 18 March 1878. Pheaby, my wife, all real estate. My children: Charlotte Rankin, Henry Musprier, Pheaby Gaswell, Rebecca Ferguson, Caroline Musprier, and Francis M. Musprier; Florence King, the dau of my decd dau. Elizabeth King to have an equal portion.