ORDER BOOK 1848
PARRIS, WALKER, LOVELL, SPILLMAN, LANCASTER, McREYNOLDS
February 14, 1848
Elizabeth C. Parris, infant of George Parris, over l4, chose A. S. Walker
as her guardian.
Thomas C. Lovell, age 6, infant orphan of Patsy Lovell, deceased apprenticed
to Thomas Spillman.
Henry Robert Lancaster, age 8, bound to R.Y. McReynolds.
March 13, 1848
Richard Stubblefield appointed guardian to Frances A. Coleman, infant of
HUNT, McMURRY, WADKINS, ATWOOD, CLAYTON, THACKER, REAVES, FORDE
May 8, 1848
Report of Riley Hunt, guardian of America H. McMurry, infant orphan of Hinman
Report of James Wadkins, guardian to James, Frances and Polly Wadkins, infant
orphans of Osa Wadkins, deceased.
Report of James Atwood, guardian for Mary Clayton.
William D. Thacker appointed guardian to his infant daughter, Caroline J.
Thacker, with Dillingham D. Thacker as his security.
Report of R. S. Forde guardian of Sarah B. Reaves and Edmund W. Reaves.
JOHNSON, STARK, WILLIAMS, McELROY, BENEDICT, ASHFORD
June 12, 1848
John Johnson took oath of Constable. Security was James Stark, Henry and Charles
Isaac N. Williams and Thomas T. Williams made oath that James McElroy of Allen
County, late a pensioner of the United States died February 9, 1848. He drew
pension of $80 per annum, that the said certificate is not numbered, is dated
Oct. 18, 1833. He left no widow and William B. and James McElroy are his
Settlement of John Benedict, guardian to Beniller Ashford.
MARTIN, WOODCOCK, BARTON, EASTERS, DYSON, HATLER, DUNCAN, GUY
July 10, 1848
Report of James Martin, guardian to Walter and Levinia Easters.
Report of Smith Woodcock, guardian to heirs of Caleb Barton, deceased.
Report of David D. Dyson, guardian to heirs of Asa P. Hatler, deceased.
Report of David D. Dyson, guardian to heirs of Samuel Hatler, deceased.
Report of Alfred Duncan, guardian to Calvin Duncan
Report of Alfred Duncan, guardian to heirs of Matthis Guy, deceased.
WHITNEY, RIGSBY, PERRY, NEALE, CUSSENBERRY, ATWOOD,
MOTLEY, HAM, DODSON, WADKINS, COLLINS, PULLIAM, HATIER, GARRISON, MILLER
August 14, 1848
Report of Herman Whitney, guardian to Reavis and James Whitney.
Ann Frances, infant orphan of Rial G. Rigsby bound to Aaron Perry.
John Thomas Rigsby, infant orphan of Rial G. Rigsby, bound to Edward P. Neale.
Jefferson Vembrow Rigsby, infant orphan of Rial G. Rigsby, bound to James
Charles Theophulas Rigsby, infant orphan of Rial G. Rigsby, bound to Lemuel
(Another place gives infants of Green Rigsby)
Report of Henry Motley, guardian of Patty Motley, infant orphan of Edwin Motley.
Report of L. W. Ham, guardian of Tilman H. Dodson, infant orphan of Charles
Eliza J. Wadkins, poor infant, bound to Henry Collins.
Report of Thomas Motley, guardian to heirs of Francis Motley deceased.
Report of Robert P. Pulliam, guardian to heirs of Michael Hatier, deceased.
James Wadkins, poor orphan, bound to Eli D. Garrison. Report of David Miller,
guardian of Mary Miller.
HEELER, GRIGGS,SWEARINGEN, DURNAL
September 11, 1848
Power of attorney was produced, from Sebastin Heeler, Jane Griggs (late Heeler)
and Augustus Griggs, to Lemuel Swearingen.
Nancy Durnal, widow of William Durnal, applied for right of dower.
November 13, 1848
Report of Isaac Goodnight, guardian of Thomas C. Billingsly.
HOOD, GARRISON, SATTERFIELD, WEBB
Pleasant Hood agreed to take Elijah Garrison, Nancy Satterfield and Mrs. Webb,
paupers, at $5.00 per annum.
BLACKBURN, GOODNIGHT, RITCHEY, TAYLOR
November 14, 1848
Report .of William Blackburn, guardian of James P. and Mary E. Goodnight.
A summons against "Samuel Ritchey to show cause why Isaac Newton Taylor (now in
his possession) infant of Elizabeth Taylor should not be bound out.
December 11, 1848
Report of Wyatt Williams, guardian of Elizabeth and Nancy Morgan Ashby.