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James A. Hankins Estate Inventory

James A. Hankins Estate sale inventory

 

A List of the sale of James A. Hankins Disease [Deceased?] October 31st 1855 as follows

 

1 Cow and yearling D.H. Miller for           10.25            D. H. Miller

1 Brindle Cow                                        $9.25            D. H. Miller

1 Heifer                                                   7.75            Isaih Stanford

1 Blk Heifer                                             6.25            Thos. Hankins

1 Grey Mule                                          71.00            Wm. W. Hawkins

1    "    Mule                                          55.00            Wm. B. Taylor

1 Saddle                                               $9.00            Stephen Hankins

1 Clock                                                   3.00            Lavisa Hankins

1 Grind Stone                                             75          Lavisa Hankins

 

                                                                                          James M. Morton

                                                                                                              Clk  

 

Original in possession of Gale and Virginia Sanders, transcription by Paul Hays, April 2004

 

 

[James A. Hankins: James Alexander M. Hankins, 12/27/1832 1855, (the Deceased) son of Martha Morton & John Miller Hankins, husband of Lavisa A. Clearman, daughter of Margaret P. Rush & John Van Clearman;

D. H. Miller relationship to the Deceased, if any, unknown;

Isaih Stanford: Isaiah Stanford - relationship to the Deceased, if any, unknown;

Thos. Hankins: Thomas George Anderson Hankins, 11/10/1829 - c. 4/13/1864, brother of the Deceased;

Wm. B. Taylor: William Burton Taylor, 4/9/1818 2/27/1863, brother-in-law of the Deceased;

Stephen Hankins, c. 1805 c. 1870, uncle of the Deceased;

Lavisa Hankins: Lavisa A. Clearman, c. 1831 - ?, widow of the Deceased;

James M. Morton, the Court Clerk, was James Mackison Morton, son of Mary A. [--?--] & Dr. James B. Morton, and probably a first cousin of the Deceased

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