James Thompson (of Pike township)

— Last Will and Testament

Remembered that now, at the November Term of said Court, to wit on the twentieth day of November in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty six- the last will and testament of James Thompson late of said county deceased was foreduced to the court here which reads in the words following to wit, I James Thompson being of sound and memory in the presence of Almighty God do this twenty second day of July in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty six Bequeath and leave all my real and personal estate to my present wife Margaret Thompson except one cow which I give my daughter Elizabeth all to be at her disposal so long as she remains my widow but as soon as she ceases to be my widow by marriage, her right to all the property ceases. She then is to have one third of all the real and personal property, the balance of the estate to equally divided between Elizabeth Thompson, Cornelius Thompson, Laner Thompson, James Thompson, Owen Thompson, Naoma Thompson, Samuel Thompson, William Thompson, Rhoda Thompson, Hannah Thompson being all my lawfull children, all my debts are to be paid out of the estate. I hereby constitute David Moore and Margaret Thompson to be my lawfull executors of my estate to have full power to settle the ??
I hereby bequeath and have this as my last will and testament


[Following the will, Margaret's statement to decline executor position giving full executorship to David Moore.]


[Following Margaret's statement is the judge granting executorship to David Moore.] line


Samuel Thompson & others

— Guardianship

Common, Common Pleas March Term 1832 pg 570
William Henderson guardian of Samuel Thompson & others
On application, ordered by the court that William Henderson be appointed guardian of Samuel Thompson aged 12 years, William Thompson aged 10 years, Rhode Thompson aged 8 years and Hannah Thompson aged 6 years, On giving separate Bonds, in the sum of two hundred dollars each with John Crowley and Daniel ?orker Securities
(—This entry was not dated however, the previous entry is dated 12 Mar 1832, and following entry dated 14 Mar 1832)



Ulyses Steene

— Guardianship

William R Thompson guardian of Ulyses Steene
Nov 3, 1824, Court of Common Pleas, Coshocton County, Ohio
Steene Aged Eighteen years comes into court here and makes choice of William R Thompson to be his guardian, Whereupon the court appoint the said William R Thompson Guardian of the said Ulyses Steene and Ordered that he give bond in the sum of one hundred dollars with Ulyses Kinsey Security
(Common Pleas, November Term 1824 page 33)

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James Thompson of Washington township

— Last Will and Testament

In the name of God, Amen, I James Thompson of Washington Township being of perfect mind and memory, and considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and ??lefed the almighty God for the same, do make new publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following. That is to say that all my personal property is to be sold and divided a like a among my children, except my beloved daughter Elizabeth is to have do with as much as one of the rest of my heirs out of my personal estate and my beloved daughter Elizabeth and Lydia are to have a cow a piece and all my just debts and funeral expenses are to be paid out of my personal estate and my beloved son William is to have the profits of ? half of my farm as long as he lives and my daughter Elizabeth is to have the profits of the other half as long as she stays single and my son William is to have the hole place and pay Elizabeth the profits of the one have of the place as long as she lives single and after her death Lydia is to have the profits of the one half of the Place if she remains single and Elizabeth is to have the house where I now live in and the garden likewise and my son William is to have the whole place after the death of my daughters providing his living and after the death of my son William and my two daughters Elizabeth and Lydia I bequeath my Place to William's son Levi.
James Thompson
And I hereby appoint my son William Thompson my sole executor of this my last will and testament In witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal the fourth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight


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