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JESSAMINE COUNTY, KY

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Jessamine County
COURT RECORDS
Book A, Page 177
Jun 1805

Administration of the Estate of Vintner Cobb granted
unto Ambrose Cobb, who entered into bond with
James Baxter, Michael Creekpond,
his securities in the penalty of L180,
conditioned as the law directs, and the said Ambrose
having took the oath required by law.
Richard Finn, Thomas Steele, William V. Organ,
and John Walters appointed appraisors.


Jessamine County
COURT ORDERS
Book A, Page 178
Jun 1805


Jinney Cobb with the approbation of the Court,
made choice of Ambrose Cobb for her guardian who
together with James Baxter and John Foster, his
security, entered into and acknowledged their bond
in the penalty of L60,
conditioned as the law directs.

Polly Cobb with the approbation of the Court,
made choice of John Cobb for her guardian who
entered into bond with James Baxter and John Foster,
his securities, in the penalty of L60,
conditioned as the law directs.



Inventory
of the Personal Estate of
Vintner Cobb, deceased
,
as appraised by us this
13th day of July 1805.
Richard Fain, William Organ, John Walters
8 sheep
1 red cow
1 black cow
1 brindle cow
1 yearling steer
1 white cow & calf
1 bay stud colt
1 black yearling colt
31 hogs
1 loom & tacklings
1 spinning wheel
1 piece soal(sole) leather
1 set of spools
shoemakers tools
coopers tools
1 pair shears
1 ax and some old irons
1 gun and shotbag
dear(deer) skins
1 hand mill
1 Barshear plow
2 hows
1 floe break
2 hogsheads
1 ax
2 tubs
3 piggins
3 books
1 churn
old pewter
old iron
1 pot and oven
1 bed & furniture
1 bed & bedstead
1 bed & bedstead
1 iron cittle(Kettle)
1 rasor(razor) & lance
1 iron pot
1 table
1 basket
1 basket
1 coten wheel
1 bay mare
1 parsel of wool
1 bottle
1 parcle of flax
1 pare of gears
1 leather
Jessamine County,
to wit: This day
John Walters and William Organ
came before me, a Justice of the Peace for said County,
and was duly sworn to
appraise the
Personal Estate of Vintner Cobb, deceased
.
Given under my hand this
13th day of July 1805.
Samuel Morrow J.P.J.C.
(the worth of the items is also listed on original paper in columns of L-S-D)


Jessamine County
WILLS
Book B, Page 158
Aug 1805


Return of Sale
Personal Estate of Ventner Cobb, deceased
L/S/D/
Samuel Walterhis security Thomas Walter114"
William FaindoDavid Walters 11"
John Walters ----------------------------------- 210
Daniel IsbelldoBenj. Tilly 354
Chas. HunterdoSilas Lockhart 1111
Wm. TreadawaydoJoel Brumfield 219"
John MinordoChesly Woodard 126
David JacksondoJohn Foster 840
John FosterdoWm. Organ 157
John CobbdoJas. Walter & John Foster 2483
Josiah HaywooddoDavid Jackson 2133
Ambrose CobbdoRichard Fain 6176
Richard FaindoEvan Fain 9134
Jenny Cobb ----------------------------------- 270
Wm. Cobb but can't give security -
the property not his by terms of later(?)
The propety bid for the amount of


12


4"



Jessamine County
WILLS
Book B, Page 231
Aug 1805
Christopher Stak(?) rented the place for four years,
makes the fence of rails, then stakes and riders,
the same round the whole plantation
and at the time pays.....



7



1



0
William Duckworth to cash........................
Joseph Lowry.....................................
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~TOTAL

The Crier acct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Clerks acct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0
0
88

0
0
1
0
10

18
18
6
9
7

0
0
Jessamine County Court/ August 1805
The foregoing Amount of Sales of the
Estate of Vintner Cobb, deceased,
was this day produced in court
and ordered to be recorded.
Teste: Samuel H. Woodson, Clk.


Jessamine County
COURT RECORDS
Book A, Page 181
Aug 1805

Inventory and appraisement of the
Estate of Vintner Cobb, deceased,
returned and ordered to record.


Jessamine County
COURT RECORDS
Book A, Page 192

On motion of James Baxter and Michael Creekpond,
securities to Ambrose Cobb,
Administrator of Vintner Cobb, deceased -
it is ordered that the said Ambrose
be summoned to appear at our next court
and give counter security.


Jessamine County
COURT ORDERS
Book A, Page 210
Jan 1806

Jno. Walton appointed guardian to
Thomas and Ralph Cobb, infant orphans of
Vincent (as is spelling) Cobb, deceased,
who enters to bond with George Walker,
his security in the penalty of L200,
conditioned as the law requires.


Jessamine County
COURT ORDERS
Book A, Page 211
Jan 1806

It is ordered that Thomas and Ralph Cobb,
infant orphans of Vintner Cobb, deceased,
be bound unto James Overstreet to learn the trade
of a cooper and house joiner until they arrive
to the age of 21 years.



Supplement to the
KENTUCKY GAZETTE
Saturday 02 May 1807

James R. Overstreet,
living in Jessamine County, four miles from
Nicholasville on Boon's Station Road,
regarding a runaway apprentice
to the cabinet and house joining business,
named Thomas Cobb.


Jessamine County
COURT ORDERS
Book A, Page 335
Nov 1808

By consent of John Walters, guardian of Thomas Cobb,
and James Overstreet,
and with the leave of the court, the said James Overstreet,
to whom the said Cobb has been bound as an apprentice
to learn the joiners trade, is released,
and the said Cobb discharged from his apprenticeship.
(Note the following of Book B, Page 247, 1809)


Jessamine County
COURT ORDERS
Book B, Page 247
1809

Appraisement of
the Estate of J. Overstreet, deceased,
returned to court and ordered to record.


Jessamine County
COURT RECORDS
Book B, Page 57
Feb 22, 1814


. . . by taking a note
and that was delivered to me against Ambrose Cobb,
by John Cobb, Ambrose Cobb has had but L6.19.6 sec
per note, which makes L1.2.6 due to said Ambrose
to bec equal shares with the rest. . .
Agreeable to an Order of the County Clerk
of Jessamine County, to us directed,
we have this day taken into consideration
the vouchers and papers produced to us
by James Baxter, security for Ambrose Cobb,
Administrator of Vintner Cobb, deceased,
are of the opinion that the legatees of said
Vintner have reserved their proportions of the said
James Baxter, except L2.2.6,
which appears to be due to Ambrose Cobb and
the rent of the plantation for the years 1810 and 1811.
Given under my hand this 22 February 1814.
Francis Underwood

J.M. Purvey(?)
The Seven Pounds, Fourteen Shillings,
kept in my hands til they settle with me.
J. Baxter

Jessamine County, per County Court, 1814
The within report of commissioners as appointed
to settle with James Baxter,
security for Ambrose Cobb,
Administrator of Vintner Cobb, deceased,
was this day returned to court, examined, allowed
and ordered to record.
Teste, J.H. Woodson, Clk.


Jessamine County
COURT ORDERS
Book B, Page 233
Feb 1814


Samuel Rice and Daniel Anthoney
appointed commissioners to settle with
John Walters, guardian to Thomas Cobb,
and make report.

John McKinney and Francis Underwood
appointed commissioners to settle with
James Baxter, security for Ambrose Cobb,
Administrator of the Estate of Vintner Cobb,
deceased, and make report.




Kentucky Gazette
Monday, November 7, 1814

John Peniston,
living on the Hickman road near Nicholasville,
in Jessamine County, regarding a runaway apprentice
to the cabinet making trade, named
Ralph Cobb, age 15.









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