Ezekiel Daniel Probate Records
Taken from Marion Probate Records, Vol 1, p 157: Roll #235
Exekiel Daniel. Wm Taylor, Exor. Will dated 10 August 1839. Witnesses: D. Berry, Nathaniel Whittington and H. Hays. Proved by D. Berry 13 Sept. 1842. To son Henry Daniel my eldest. Leave property to be sold and divided by exor to Mary Meggs, Martha Pipins, Susannah Taylor, Barba Summerford, Elizabeth Hays, Minery Daniel and my grandson Henry Daniel.
Recorded Book B, page 129. Warrant of appraisement 13 Sept. 1842. Appraisers: Jesse Peritt, D. Berry and Nathaniel Whittington sworn 16 Sept. 1842. Appraisement (no date) Certified 16 Sept. 1842. Sale (no date) Purchasers: W. Taylor, Levi Gibson, Mary Meggs, Joel Meggs, D. Berry, Minery Daniel, Chesley Daniel, H. Patterson, and Hector Patterson.
Account Current with W. Taylor 1842. Pd. Dr. Hale, paid Stephen Grice and William Dew. 7 heirs $17.52 each 14 Dec. 1843. Ex Parte. The petition of William Taylor guardian of Henry Daniel under will of Ezekiel Daniel sheweth that Ezekiel Daniel died Intestate leaving a certain real estate; situate and lying in Marion Dist. 280 acres land leaving as his heirs at law your petitioner, Mary Meigs wife of W. Meigs, Martha Pippins, Susan Taylor, wife of William Taylor, Jr. Minor Daniel, Barbara Summerford, Elizabeth Hays, wife of W. Hays that your petitioner desires a partition or sale of same so, that each heir may have that share to which by law they are entitles. 14 Nov. 1842. William Taylor. Sold land to John C. Hays for $250.00 5 Dec. 1842. Summon Heirs of Ezekiel Daniel decd. to Mary Meigs, wife of Wm. Meigs, Martha Pippins, Susan Taylor, wife of William Taylor, Jr., ----------Daniel, Barbara Summerford, Elizabeth Hays, wife of W. Hays, legal heirs of Ezekiel Daniel. 8 Nov. 1842, D. Berry and S.A. Hairgrove valued land at less than $1000. 3 Oct. 1842.
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