ORDER BOOK 1847
JOHNSON, MITCHELL, BLACKBURN, HICKMAN, JONES
June 14, 1847
Robert Johnson, Harry Mitchell and William Blackburn proved they had
known John Johnson, deceased, a soldier of the last war with Great Britain
who died in Allen County, Kentucky in 1841. He was never married and
left no children so far as said witnesses knew, and that Patsy Hickman,
now a widow living in said County of Allen, is a sister of John Johnson,
deceased, and that John had no brother or other sister and that his parents
had been dead more than 30 years. John lived with Patsy and her husband
after his return from the army until his death. Robert Johnson states he
has seen discharge but what has become of it is not known. Robert Johnson
states that said John Johnson first enlisted in Sumner County, Tenn. with
an officer named Jones. He was in the Battle of New Orleans on January 8, 1815.
MOTLEY, RENICK, SMITH, STARK
September 13, 1847
Thomas Motley, administrator of Peton Renick, deceased, was released from
payment of 2 tythes because of an error.
On motion of Thomas Motley, administrator of the interest which John Motley,
deceased, signed in the estate of Drury Smith and Sally Smith, deceased, be
granted with him whereupon he took the oath required by law together with
James Stark security and executed bond of $1,000.
Settlement of John Martin, guardian of Jeremiah D. Stark, Samuel W. Stark,
James W. Stark and Kitty Ann Stark