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Administrative and Executor Notices
We'll attempt to put these in alpha order based on the name of the deceased


NOTICE

-- The estate of Elijah Cockrell, late of Jefferson twp, Scioto county, Jesse and John Cockrell, Admrs, [April 25, 1824, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Edward H. Edwards, late of Chillicothe, deceased. Samuel Edwards, Fred Edwards, Adms. [October 13, 1823, The Supporter; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Mary Glover, late of Portsmouth, Scioto county. Elizabeth Glover, Exr. [March 25, 1824, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- Estate of James Jackson, blacksmith, Mary Jackson, G. W. Dean, admrs. [Dec. 27, 1823, The Supporter]
-- The estate of David Knop, late of Cheshire, Gallia county, deceased. Joseph Mauk, Adm. [February 19, 1824, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Christina Leby, Jun., late of Green twp., Ross county. Mary Leby, David Leby, Adms. [November 8, 1823, The Supporter; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Joseph M'Garrough, deceased, late of Union twp, Fayette county, James B. Webster, Adm. [November 22, 1823, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The state of Hugh McKee, Jefferson twp, Ross county, William McKee, Adm. [March 24, 1824, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]

NOTICE -- To debtors against the estate of William Murphy, deceased. Alexander Holmes, Adm., Licking county. October 10, 1809 [The Supporter; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Moses Kirkpatrick, Chillicothe, deceased. William Kirkpatrick, and Samuel Taggart, Adms. [March 25, 1824, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Joseph Kirkpatrick, Sen., late of Chillicothe. William Kirkpatrick and Samuel Taggart, Adms. [March 25, 1824, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]

NOTICE --"That I have located 1000 acres of land on the waters of Paint and Indian Creeks, adjoining the lands of the two Mrs. Pattons, widows of Messrs. William and John Patton, deceased; of Peter Muhlenberg; James Crawford; Mr. Lumback; and other, on their west lines, and extending well purchasers under the sales made by my father....any persons trespassing or cutting timber from the premises will be made to account for so doing without descrimination. Those lands are for sale...just claims, or cash against my father, will be taken as payment", Angus L. Langham, [September 22, 1809 , The Supporter; CA, Sub by FoFG]

-- The estate of Jesse Phelps, Esq., late of Painesville, County of Geauga. Samuel W. Phelps, Adm. [April 12, 1809, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Jeremiah Ulm, Ross county, deceased, March 20. Francis Nichol, Adm. [March 24, 1824, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Samuel Waddle, Washington, Fayette county, deceased. Robert Waddle, Norman F. Jones, Admrs. [March 12, 1824, "The Supporter"; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- The estate of Alexander Walker, deceased, Twin twp, Ross county. Robert Dun, Exr. [November 8, 1823, The Supporter; CA, Sub by FoFG]
-- To Heirs, executors, etc., of John Zane, deceased, that Horatio Clark Bowen, William Uruhart Bowen, and Christopher Bowen, heirs at law of John Bowen, deceased, have deposited with the treasurer of the State of Ohio, the full amount of the redemption money, interest etc., for part of a tract of land - 889 acres, No. 3469, on Rokes Creek, entered in the name of John Bowen, of which 639 acres were sold to John Zane for the tax of 1800 and 1801. Now, therefore, the heirs will proceed in the next court of common pleas, Delaware county to exhibit proof of the right of redemption. June 8, 1809, The Supporter; CA, Sub by FoFG]

 

 





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