From Transcribe Wiki
Revision as of 11:31, 22 January 2022 by Kmh33469 (talk | contribs)
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Conns Exor vs Con and others Bill in [illegible]

1833 June

Bill and Exhibit filed and [illegible] July Cont Accpt. Cont Sept. answers of J. R. Robinson guardian ad litem to infants and the answer of Elizabeth Doogan, Sophia Stafford, William Swift, Nelson [illegible] filed gen upon and sit for hearing as to them and cont. [illegible] term decree for decree filed and cont 1834 April term Cont. Sept. term decree [illegible] filed and cont. 1835 June decree [illegible] decree filed and cont.

The fair [illegible] of the will is that the specific legacy to Mary Conn is exempted from the pay of debts and cannot be applied to that purpose unless all the other funds provided [illegible] [proves?] [insufficient?] for that purpose. That she has not relinquished her legacy or waived her right by permitting this [illegible]. The slaves although [illegible] [illegible] liable to pay debts and may be hired out or sold for such time as may be [illegible] for [illegible]. Account to be settled on these [illegible]