Monday, November 12, 2012

Amanuensis Monday - Sale Bill, Estate of Houston G. Hankins



Sale bill of the property belonging to the Estate of H G
Hankins dec'd sold on the 22 day of Febry 1862

Mary Hankins one trundle bed and stead 1.50
Mary Hankins 1 Table .50
Mary Hankins 1 Safe 2.00
Mary Hankins 1 Bureau 3.00
Joseph Morton 1 Shot gun 2.00
Mary Hankins 1 Bed Sted 1.00
Mary Hankins 1 Clock .25
M. M. Morton 1 Crop cut saw 4.10
Joseph Loving 1 Crusher 5.50
W B Lovan 1 Wheat fan 12.50
Mary Hankins 1 Buggy 8.00
J. M. Lovan 1 Logchain .80
Richard Paris 1 fifchain .40
Matison Hankins 1 Saddle .60
P Prowning 1 mare 11.00
John V. Kinnett 1 pair of Gears 1.20
P J Graddy 1 plow .70
L S OBryan 1 plow .50
Matison Hankins 1 Cutting Knife .25
J. P. Loving 1/2 of a thrasher 9.50
Mary Hankins 1 sow & pigs 2.00
W. T. Noil 1 Crop of Tobacco 200.00
T. S. O'Bryan 1 Sheep .95
H. J. Davis 1 ax .75
John V Kinnett 1 cow 6.65

John W Lovan Admin

Kentucky
Hopkins County
Clerks Office County Court Augst 18th 1892

I, the undersigned, Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid
and Sucessor to Orlean Bishop late clk, certify that this sale bill of the
estate of H G Hankins dec'd was lodged in my office and as appear by
an official indorsement thereon was left for record on the 14th day of July last. Wherefore I have duly recorded this sale bill and this
certificate in my office

attest Sam B Greenfield clk

Source: Hopkins County, Kentucky, H. G. Hankins, Will Book 10: 509; "Kentucky Probate Records, 1792-1977," digital images, Family Search (www.familysearch.org : accessed 29 October 2012).

Houston G. Hankins, son of Barnabas Hankins and Sarah Fox.

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