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Jacob: Chancery Cause, Powhatan County (Part 2 of 2)

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From the foregoing account it appears that there was due by the Exor: Higginson Hancock to the estate of his testatrix on the first day of May 1841 the sum of $2124.59. The items of debt in the said account were supported to the satisfaction of your Commissioner. The Exor has not been charged with interest on the balance in his hands on the 31 December 1840 from that time until the present date because it appears by certificates from the Farmers Bank of Virginia and the Exchange Bank of Virginia in Richmond that the exor had remaining to his credit in the Farmers Bank on the 2 Jany 1841 $1453.66 and in the Exchange Bank on the 22nd of the same month $500 which sums have since remained there to his credit. It appears from the former accounts settled by your commissioner that the pecuniary legacies left by the Will of the testatrix to Sally L and James G Flournoy, Eliz'th Pleasants, Eliz'th P. Rux, Sarah W. Rux and Mary Jackson have been paid by the Exor: and the said Exor states to your Commissioner that the specific legacies left by the Will of the said Testatrix have been satisfied by delivery to the different legatees of the articles

Jno: W. Dance. Com. bequeathes them respectively } May 1st 1841. Fee $3.00 Debites in this account.