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In the circuit superior court of law and chancery for the county of Middlesex April term 1845 Judy Wood, George Butler Lucy Butler William Butler Mary Butler Martha Wood and Abram Wood plts Vs Elliote Gardner admor de bonis non with the will annexed of Nancy Watts decd George Wright executor of Richd Claybrook decd George Sannders admor of John Watts and Lewis B Seward admor of Charles Watts decd deft In chancery This cause came on to be heard upon the bill answer and exhibits and was agreed by counsel on conservation whereof the court without deciding any principal involved in the cause doth order this the defendant George Wright exor of Richd Claybrook decd do render before the commissioner of this court an account of the transactions of his testator as exor of Nancy Watts decd thus the defendant Lewis B Seward admor of Charles Watts decd do render before the said commissioner an account of the transactions of his intestate as admor de bonis non of the said Nancy Watts, this the defendant George Sannders admor of John Watts do render before the said comr an account of the transactions of his intestate as admor de bonis non of the said Nancy Watts and that the defendant Elliote Gardner admor de bonis non of said Nancy Watts do also render an account of his transactions as admor, he making up [thus?] accounts the said commissioner is authorised to receive as prima facia correct any account which may have been settled of the said defendants before commissioners of the county court and admitted to record which several accounts the said commissioner will audit state and settle and upon the same to the court with any matter specially stated deemed pertinent by himself or required to be so stated by any of the parties The making up said accounts the said commissioner is directed so to state this as to show what portion of the funds coming to the hands of the several representatives of Nancy Watts are the proceeds of the hires of the complainant and what portion [was?] received from other sources and also to distinguish between hires accuring since the institution of this suit and those previously due and the commissioner is authorised to examine the parties in solemn form upon interagations touching the subject matter of said accounts A copy Teste James E Healy D.C.M.C.