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COMMON PLEAS COURT RECORDS
JOURNAL 1830-1835

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The following records were copied from "Journal 3-4" as found in the office of the Clerk of Court at the court house at Ironton. Only records of genealogical value have been included. Civil actions have not been copied. Page on which record may be found in the original record is given in parenthesis.


Transcribed by Linda Blue Dietz


9-9-1830 - Will of Robert BAIRD late of Burlington produced 4-19-1830 and proven this court. Widow, Leah Baird. (4)
9-9-1830 - Thomas Hatfield appointed guardian of William HOWARD jr., minor son of William Howard Sr. (9)
9-9-1830 - William DAV1DSON granted license to keep grocery and retail spiritous liquors at his stand at mouth of Davidson Street in Burlington . (9)
9-9-1830 - Settlement by Charles Hatcher executor of will of Farley HATCHER. (9)
9-9-1830 - Peter KINGRA declared insolvent. (9)
11-29-1830 - Will of John McCORKLE produced. John Layne, executor. Robert McCorkle brother of deceased contested will. (10)

3-8-1831 - Samuel LANGD0N granted license to keep ferry across Syms Creek at his usual landing in Union twp. (16)
3-8-1831 - George JONES granted license co keep ferry across the Ohio River at his usual landing near the Hanging Rock. (16)
3-8-1831 - Sarah Horner and Joshua Horner appointed administrators of the estate of Moses HORNER, dec'd. (16)
3-8-1831 - Leah BAIN granted license to keep tavern in Burlington . (16)
3-9-1831 - Rev. John FORBUSH minister of Presbyterian Society granted license to solemnize marriages. (21)
3-9-1831 - Sally Boyd widow and relict of John BOYD appointed guardian of Malinda BOYD aged 10 yrs. 11 mos., Polly BOYD aged 8 yrs. 11 mos. & Matilda BOYD aged 6 yrs. 9 mos., minor children of John Boyd, dec'd. (22)
3-10-1831 - Marinda Wakefield and Elnathan W. Wakefield appointed adms. of the estate of Timothy WAKEFIELD, dec'd. (23)
3-11-1831 - Will of John DAVIDSON produced. John Davidson, executor. (25)
3-11-1831 - Susana DAVIDSON, widow of John Davidson relinquishes dower in estate.(26)
3-11-1831 - Jesse Dollarhide and Mary Dollarhide adms. of estate of Allen DOLLARHIDE file settlement. (26)
3-11-1831 - Reuben Kelly appointed guardian of Thomas DOLLARHIDE age 11 yrs., Sarah DOLLARHIDE aged 8 yrs. and Washington DOLLARHIDE aged 6 yrs., children of Allen Dollarhide, dec'd. (26)
3-11-1831 - Abraham MILLER granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio at his usual landing in Rome twp. (34)
3-11-1831 - William DAVIDSON granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at his usual landing at mouth of Davidson St. in Burlington . (34)
3-11-1831 - Reuben KELLY granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at his landing at his house in Upper twp. (34)
3-11-1831 - Katherine Hughs adms. of estate of Silas HUGHS files settlement. (34)
3-11-1831 - Samuel Huff adms. of estate of Ezekiel ALDRIGE files settlement. (34)
3-11-1831 - Asa Kimball appointed guardian of Joseph DAVIDSON aged 12 yrs., minor heir of Asa KIMBALL, dec'd. (34)
3-11-1831 - Charles KELLEY and John H. CHAFFIN granted license to keep tavern at house at forks of road near bridge across Hales Creek at Charles Kelley Mill in Elizabeth twp. (34)

6-9-1831 - Final settlement by Leah Baird and Curtis Scovill executors of Will of Robert BAIRD. Widow, Leah Baird. Children: Leah wife of John Charlton, Rufus Baird, Abner Baird, Moses Baird, Maria Baird, Robert Baird and Susanna Baird. (36)

9-7-1831 - Esther Austin widow of George AUSTIN , dec'd relinquishes dower. Will of George Austin proven at May term of court l827 (46)

9-9-1831 - Curtis Scoville arid Leah Shields formerly Leah Baird executors of will of Robert Baird resign as executors and Leah resigns as guardian of minors. (52)
9-9-1831 - Leah SHIELDS and William Shields her husband appointed guardians of Moses BAIRD aged 13 yrs., Mariah BAIRD aged 8 yrs., Robert BAIRD aged 6 yrs. and Susanna BAIRD aged 4 yrs., heirs of Robert Baird, dec'd. (52)
9-9-1831 - Abner BAIRD aged 16 yrs., heir of Robert Baird chose William Miller as his guardian. (53)
9-9-1831 - Leah SHIELDS formerly guardian of Rufus BAIRD ordered to pay court $342. 17 being share of said Rufus Baird. (53)
9-9-1831 - Elisha B, Greene adms. of estate of William BAIRD files settlement, (53)
9-9-I831 - Preston Moore appointed guardian of Melinda BOYD aged 9 yrs., Polly BOYD aged 7 yrs. and Matilda BOYD aged 6 yrs., heirs of John Boyd, dec'd.(53)
9-9-1831 - Joseph McNight adms. of the estate of Charles McNight files settlement. Widow and four minor children mentioned but not named. (54)
9-15-1831 - Stephen Stewart appointed adms. of the estate of Richard CONDON, dec'd. (54)
10-19-1831 - Jacob Bumgardner appointed adms. of the estate of Daniel CONDON, dec'd. (53)

2-29-1832 - Maria V. F. Vintroux Herson adms. of estate of William VINTROUX, dec'd presents account to-wit; Francis Leclerq guardian of Lewis Edward Vintroux minor of William Vintroux, paid $266.00 for boarding said Lewis Edward from Nov. 11, 1824 to Nov. 11. 1828. Francis Leclerq guardian of Maria V. Carmella Vintroux, Helen Matilda Eugene Vintroux, William Vintroux, Celestine Vintroux, Clarissa Vintroux, Alphonzo Vintroux and Alphonsine Vintroux, minors of William Vintroux, dec'd, paid $250.00 for each for boarding, clothing and schooling each from Nov. 11, 1624 to Feb. 28, 1832.(61)

2- 29-1832 - Abraham D, DAVIDSON granted license to keep ferry across Ohio River at his usual landing at his house in Fayette twp. opposite mouth of Big Sandy. (63)

3- 1-1832 - William WATTS granted license to keep tavern at his house in Burlington formerly occupied by Elisha B, Greene as a tavern house, (66)
3-1-1832 - Settlement of estate of William VINTROUX, dec'd filed at August term 1827 by Maria Viryile Fanny Vintroux Harson, adms. with order at June term 1825 directing sale of real estate of which William Vintroux died seized. At this term Maria Viryile Vintroux paid $444.08 belonging to Lewis Edward, Maria V. Camilla, H. M. Eugene, William, Celestine, Clarissa, Alphonso and Alphonsine, children and heirs of dee'd.
(66)
6-4-1832 - Isaac Davisson executor of John DAVISSON, dec'd who was guardian of Harriet STOVER flies settlement. (71)
6-4-1632 - Isaac DAVISSON executor of John DAVISSON, dec'd files settlement.(71)
6-4-1832 - Thomas Campbell guardian of Joseph DAVISSON files settlement. (71)
6-4-1832 - Abraham MILLER granted license to keep ferry across Ohio River at his usual lauding in Rome twp, (71)
6-4-1632 - Andrew Wolf Sr. and John Clark, witnesses prove will of Andrew WOLF Jr. (72)
6-6-1632 - Titan Kimble end Alexander Campbell, witnesses prove will of John McCANE, dec'd. (75)
6-6-1632 - Charles Riggs guardian of Thomas RIGGS and Malinda wife of Alfred Haden files settlement. (75)
6-7-1832 - Reuben KELLY granted license to keep ferry across Ohio River at usual landing in Upper twp, (76)
6-7-1832 - John COLLIER granted license to keep ferry across Ice Creek at usual landing. (76)

8-27-1832 - Charles KELLEY granted license to keep tavern at a house at the forks of the road near bridge across Hales Creek at said Kalley Mill in Elizabeth twp, (80)
8-27-1832 - William DAVIDSON granted license to keep ferry across Ohio River at his landing at mouth of Davidson St . ( Burlington ), (80)
8-28-1632 - This day appeared in open court Nathaniel PRITCHIARD who made and filed his Declaration to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pensions for service rendered in the revolutionary war and the court does hereby declare their opinion after the investigation prescribed by the war department and from their personal acquaintance with said applicant he having been some years a member of the court that he was a revolutionary soldier and served as he states and the court further certify that Elisha B. Greene and William G. Robinson there being no clergyman residing in the neighborhood of applicant who have signed the above certificate are residents in this county and state and are personally known to the court to be creditable persons and that their statements are entitled to credit. (85)

8-28-1832 - This day appeared in open court William GILLELAN who made and filed his declaration to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pension for services rendered in the revolutionary war and the said court does hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier and served as he states. (85)

8-28-1832 - This day appeared in open court Anthony CLARKE who made and filed his Declaration to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the 7th June 1832 and the said court does hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogation prescribed by the war department that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier and served as he states and the court further certifies that Peter Wakefield and Edward Mumahan who have signed the preceding certificate there being no clergyman residing in the neighborhood are creditable persons and that their statements are entitled to credit. (85)

8-26-1832 - This day appeared in open court John ELLISON who made and filed his Declaration to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 and the said court does hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogation prescribed by the war department that the above name applicant was a revolutionary soldier and served as he states and the court further certifies that William Miller and Elisha B. Greene who have signed the preceding certificate there being no clergyman having any acquaintance with said applicant being resident in the neighborhood reside In Burlington as stated and are persons veil known to the court as creditable persons and that their statements are entitled to credit. (85)

8-28-1832 - This day appeared in open court Robert McCONKLE who made and filed his Declaration to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pensions for services rendered in the revolutionary war and the said court does hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier and served as he states, (85-86)

8-29-1832 - This day appeared in open court Joseph LUMBAUGH who made and filed his Declaration to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pensions for services rendered in the revolutionary war and the said court does hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier and served as it states. (66)

8-29-1832 - This day appeared in open court John ROBERTS who made and filed his Declaration to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pension for services rendered in the revolutionary war and the said court do hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a revolutionary solder and served as he states* (86)

8-29-1832 - This day appeared in open court Frederick STUMBAUGH who made and filed his declaration to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pensions for services rendered in the revolutionary war and the said court having examined the applicant find that by reason of an infirmity occasioned by a paralytic shock he is unable to give any direct or intelligible testimony of his services or the names of officers except by an interpreter, his son John Stumbaugh and by this help a very imperfect testimony is obtained but from the evidence of Said John Stumbaugh and the applicant and Judge Reuben Kelley and Preston Moore who were acquainted with the applicant wit* nesses examined before us the court are of the opinion that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier that he enlisted in March 1781 and served to the conclusion of the war. Yet as to the term of service or the time when he was discharged the court gives no opinion except that he served from March 1781 till after the surrender of Cornwallis at York Town . (86)

8-29-1832 - This day appeared In open court Samuel LEYNE who made and filed his Declaration to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pension for service rendered in the revolutionary war and the court do hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and putting the interrogations prescribed by the war Department that the above named Samuel Leyne was a revolutionary soldier- and served as he states and the court further certifies that it appears to them that Robert McCorkle and John Stumbo who have signed the preceding certificate, there be no clergyman residing in the neighborhood, reside in said county and township near the said Leyne and that they are creditable persons and their statements are entitled to credit. (86)

8-29-1832 - Nathan LEEDOM declared insolvent. (S7)

8-29-1832 - Isaac Suitor son of Jacob SUITOR, dec'd appointed adms. of the estate said Jacob SUITOR, dee'd. (87)
8-29-1832 - Isaac Davidson executor of John DAVIDSON, dec'd who was guardian of Harriet Colmes formerly Harriet STOVER files settlement. (87)
8-29-1832 - Isaac Davidson executor of John DAVIDSON, dec'd who was guardian of Elizabeth LAMBERT formerly Elizabeth STOVER makes settlement. (88)
8-29-1832 - Richard Lambert makes settlement June 1831 of guardianship of Barbara HATFIELD formerly Barbara STOVER and of Joel STOVER. (88)
8-29-1632 - E. W. Wakefield and Marinda Beams formerly Wakefield adms. of estate of Timothy WAKEFIELD, dec'd, ask for more time to make accounting. (68)

8-29-1832 - Charles Riggs guardian of Malinda HASTINGS formerly Malinda RIGGS and of Thomas RIGGS makes settlement. (89)

10- 26-1832 - Nancy Shute, widow and George Koons appointed adms. of the estate of John C, SHUTE, dec'd. (39)

11- 29-1832 - Amherish S. KIMBALL aged 20 years, heir of Asa Kimball, dec'd, chose his brother, Asa Kimball as his guardian. (90)

11-29-1832 - Will of Reuben BRUMLETT, dec'd produced by John McKea and William Freeman, executors. (90)

3-11-1833 - This day appeared In open Court Henry MANNON who made and files his Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pensions for service rendered in the Revolutionary War and the court does hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and putting the interrogations prescribed by the war department that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary soldier and served as he states and that it appears to the court there being no clergyman residing in the neighborhood of the applicant and that William Holderby and Joseph Davidson who signed the above certificate are creditable persons and their statements are entitled to credit. (95)

3-11-1833 - Samuel LANGDON granted license to keep ferry across Symmes Creek at his usual landing. (95)
3-11-1833 - Abraham D. DAVIDSON granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at his usual landing. (93)
3-11-1833 - Overseers of the poor of Rome twp. file inventory of property of Robert SETLAND a lunatic and David McLaughen appointed guardian of said Setland.(96)
3- 12-1833 - This day appeared in open court Zachariah DAVIS who made and filed his declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the 7th of June 1832 granting pensions for service rendered in the revolutionary war and the court does hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary soldier and served as he states. (96)

3-12-1833 - This day appeared in open court William LOCEY who made and filed his Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the 7th of June 1832 granting pensions for service rendered in the revolutionary war and the court does hereby declare their opinion that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary Soldier and served as he states. (96)

3-12-1833 - This day appeared in open court Isaac RIEL who made and filed his declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the 7th of June 1832 granting pensions for service rendered in the revolutionary war and the said court do hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and after putting .the interrogation prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary Soldier and served as he states and that it further certifies that it appears to them that George Sparling is a resident of Upper township as he states and is a creditable person and that his statement is entitled to credit. (96)

3- 12-1833 - in will of Rosanna BRYANT, dec'd court issues commission to Common Pleas Court of Marion County , Ohio to take deposition of Horatio II. Wheeler a subscribing witness. (101)

4- 6-1833 - Robert McCorkle, son. appointed adms. of estate of Robert McCORKLE. dec'd. (101)

6-17-1833 - Will of Charles MARKIN produced in court by Lucinda D. Markin. executrix, (106)
6-18-1833 - Will of William C. JOHNSTON produced by Benjamin Johnston and Thomas Campbell, executors. (111)

6-19-1833 - This day in open Court William LOCEY who made and filed his amended Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the 7th of June 1832 granting pensions for service rendered in the revolutionary war here set out the Declaration and the court does hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogation prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary Soldier and served as he states and the court further certifies that it appears to them that Samuel Haskell who has signed the preceding certificate is a clergyman resident in Rome township in Lawrence County and that Thomas Walton who signed is a resident of the same township and are creditable persons and their statements entitled to credit. (114)

6-19-1833 - This day in open court Zachariah DAVIS who made and filed his amended Declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress of the 7th of June 1832 granting pensions for service rendered in the revolutionary war here set out the Declaration and the court do hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogation prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a Rev-olutionary Soldier and served as he states and the court further certifies that it appears that James Haskell who has signed the preceding certificate is a clergyman resident of Rome township aforesaid and Thomas Walton who signed is a resident of the same township and are creditable persons and their statements are entitled to credit, (114)

6-19-1833 - Will of Rosannah BRYANT produced by John Bryant, executor. (115)

6-20-1833 - Israel L. Suiter appointed adms. of the estate of Hiram G. SUITER, dec'd Widow, Lettie Sparling late Lettie Suiter. (115)

9-17-1833 - William DAVIDSON granted license Co keep ferry across the Ohio River at his usual landing at the mouth of Davidson St , in Burlington , (122)

9-18-1833 - Pleasant ELLINGTON granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at or near Hanging Rock in Upper township, (124)

1-28-1834 - Will of Andrew ELLISON, dec'd produced by Jane G, Ellison, Dyre Burgess and Joseph Riggs, executors(125)

3-10-1834 - Abraham MILLER an ordained deacon of the Methodist Episcopal Church granted license to solemnize marriages in absence of an Elder. (131)

3-11-1834 - Samuel LANGDON granted license to keep ferry across Symmes Creek at his usual landing. (132)

3-11-1834 - Abraham D. DAVIDSON granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at his usual landing in Fayette township. (132)

3-12-1834 - This day appeared in open court Joseph L. ROWLEY who made and filed his declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of congress of the 7th June 1832 granting pensions for service in the Revolutionary War and the court does hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogation prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a revolutionary soldier and served as he states and the court further certifies that it appears to them that Joseph Davidson and Asa Kimble who have signed the certificate reside in Union township in said county and are both creditable persons and that their statement is entitled to credit and that there is no clergyman residing in the neighborhood acquainted with said Joseph Rowley or who can testify as to the reputation of his serving as a Revolutionary Soldier. (135)

3-12-1834 - Asa KIMNSLL vs. Thomas W. WAKEFIELD, at al. Bill In Chancery. Timothy Wakefield, dec'd. Widow, Marinda now the wife of George W, Beams, she had an infant son after Wakefield's death, which died but was his child, children; Thomas L, Wakefield of Granville, Mew York; Harriet Wakefield of Vermont; Rebecca wife of Joel Howe of Vermont Sarah wife of Rufus Ewens of New Jersey; Auratha wife of Michael Johnston of New York. (131)

3-13-1834 - Sarah Brood appointed admsrx of the estate of Henry H. BROOD, dec'd.(141)
3-13-1834 - Louisa MYERS daughter of John Myers of German chose Henry Verdant of Lawrence County as her guardian. (141)
3-14-1834 - Thomas Hatfield resigned as guardian of William HOWAN. (142)
3-14-1834 - Jane G. ELLISON widow of Andrew Ellison, dec'd files for dower under will of deceased. (142)
7-15-1834 - Judeth M. PRATT daughter of William Pratt, dec'd, chose Joshua Pratt as her guardian. (152)
7-15-1834 - Anna Miller widow of Jacob MILLER, dec'd relinquishes right to adms. estate in favor of Oliver Miller and Charles Wilgus who were appointed adms. (152)

7-15-1834 - Abraham MILLER granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at his usual landing in Rome twp. (152)

7- 18-1834 - Edward Morse appointed adms. of the estate of James TUMLINSON, dec'd.(157)

8- 28-1834 - Lawrence Gillet, brother of dec'd appointed adms. of the estate of Fidelis GILLET, dec'd as deceased left no widow or children of age. (159)

8-28-1834 - Bartemus Bardsley appointed guardian of Perceval GILLET aged 6 yrs and Harriet GILLET aged 15 months, minor children of Fidelis GILLET, dee'd. (159)

11-12-1834 - William HOWAN aged 14 yrs. on 28 August last, heir of William HOWAN, dec'd, chose Martha HOWARD, his mother as his guardian. (166)

11-12-1834 - John STOVER aged 16 yrs., heir of John Stover, dec'd chose Walter Whitten as his guardian. (166).

11-12-1834 - Joseph WHEELER granted license to keep tavern at his house in Burlington. (166)

11-12-1834 - A. H. FRIZELL produced his credentials proving hire an attorney. (166)

11-14-1834 - William DAVIDSON granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at his usual landing. (170)

11-14-1834 - Samuel STOVER aged 18 yrs., son of John STOVER, dec'd chose William Lambert as his guardian. (170)

11-14-1834 - Pleasant ELLINGTON granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at landing near or at Hanging Rock. (170)

11-14-1834 - Marcus Hopkins appointed adms. of estate of William NIXON, dec'd. (173)

1-19-1835 - Rebecca Russell, widow and Lewis Singres appointed adms. of the estate of Jeremiah RUSSELL, dec'd. (175)

3-30-1835 - In the matter of Robert McCORKLE's Pension an application made in open court it is ordered that the following facts be certified as satisfactory form,. Viz. That Robert McCorkle of Lawrence County Deceased died on the tenth March 1833 and that he was a pensioner that he has left no widow that the following named persons are children and lawful heirs of said Robert McCorkle Deceased to-wit: Robert McCorkle, Andrew McCorkle, James McCorkle, John McCorkle, Jacob McCorkle, Betsey wife of Thomas Templeton, Catharine wife of Rolen Brammer, Sally wife of John Cantwell, Polley wife of John Morrison, also that Samuel McCorkle a child of said Robert deceased is dead leaving Robert F. Davis and Joel his lawful children and heirs. (180)

3-30-1835 - William W. DAVIDSON granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at or near his landing opposite the mouth of Big Sandy. (180)

3- 31-1835 - Daniel McCORKLE aged 15 yrs, son of Samuel McCorkle, dec' d, chose Rolen Brammer as his guardian. (183)

4- 1-1835 - Thomas ASHM0RE declared insolvent. (186)

4-2-1835 - William Churchill appointed guardian of William CHURCHILL aged 12 yrs. Melissa CHURCHILL aged 7 yrs., Mendall CHURCHILL aged 6 yrs., Julia CHURCHILL aged 3 yrs. and Solomon CHURCHILL aged 1 yr. , children of Solomon Churchill, dec'd. (192-193)

4-3-1835 - Mary Jane ELLISON aged 13 yrs. past daughter of Andrew Ellison, dec'd chose Robert Patterson as her guardian with said Patterson also appointed to serve as guardian of Andrew Jackson ELLISON aged 10 yrs., Marcissa P. ELLISON aged 7 yrs., John A. ELLISON aged 4 yrs. and Archibald B. Ellison aged 1 yr., children of Andrew Ellison, dec'd. (196)

4-3-1835 - On application of the overseers of the poor of Rome twp,, Johnston Bell appointed guardian of Thomas HOWAN. (196)

4-3-1835 - William WARD granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at or near his landing. (196)

4-3-1835 - Elizabeth CHURCHILL aged 14 yrs. past, daughter of Solomon Churchill chose William Churchill as her guardian. (196)

4-3-1835 - Samuel LANGDON granted license to keep ferry across Symmes Creek at his landing in Union twp, (196)

4-3-1835 - Charles Wilgus appointed adms. of estate of Jacob MILLER, dee'd. (197)

7-1-1835 - Abner SMITH granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River near his usual landing opposite town of Guyandotte in Union twp. (209)

7-1-1835 - Request that accounts be returned to court by Daniel Winters guardian of John Bumgarner, Mary Ann Bumgarner and Eliza Jane Bumgamer heirs of Abraham BUMGARNER, dec'd. Winters relinquishes guardianship. (209)

7-1-1835 - Jesse COON a minister of the Regular Baptist Church granted license to solemnize marriages, (210)

7-1-1835 - Lucius TAYLOR declared as insolvent. (210)

7-1-1836 - Will of Robert MASSIE proven by John Higgins and Jesse Coon two witnesses. (210)

7-24-1835 - Margaret WARD declared prisoner on charge of murdering a male child.(216)
10-26-1835 - Sarah Singers, widow and Mark Singers, son of dec'd appointed adms. of the estate of Thomas SINGERS, dec'd. (217)

10- 26-1835 - William McKee and Curtis Scovill appointed adms. of the estate of William McKee Jr., dec'd. (217)

11- 24-1835 - Jacob Bumgarner appointed guardian of John BUMGARNER aged 10 yrs. and Mary Ann BUMGARNER aged 8 yrs., children of Abram Bumgarner, dec'd. (229)

11-25-1835 - William DAVIDSON granted license to keep ferry across the Ohio River at his usual landing. (232)

11-26-1835 - Petition for Dower in 100 acres Section 19, Township 1, Range 18. 1/3 part, Daniel Winters and Rebecca his wife; the remaining part to John Bumgarner and Mary Ann BUMGARNER minors by Jacob Bumgarner their guardian. (235)
11-26-1835 - Pleasant ELLINGTON granted license to keep ferry at or near Hanging Rock. (236)
11-26-1835 - John DUNLAP declared an insolvent. (236)
11-26-1835 - Garland W. MEEKS granted license to solemnize marriages. (236)
11-26-1835 - Peter Ionbarger guardian of Susanna STOVER, John STOVER and Samuel STOVER filed accounts. (237)
11-26-1835 - David K. COCHRANE granted license to keep tavern in Burlington .(237)





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