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James McCleary and Isabella Moody

In-laws of William Berry

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10 Feb 1745/621 Augusta County, Virginia Order Book 1, page 6
Andrew McCord bound to peace towards James McCleary
1751-175221 Augusta County, Virginia Original Petitions Filed in County Court
Inhabitants near Capt. John Wilson's petition for a road from Capt. John Wilson's and John McClerey's fields, thence to James Wilson's fields, thence to Capt. John Christian's, and there to join with the road from Col. Patton's Mill to Tunkling Spring Meeting House: Robert Campbell, Mathew Wilson, John Wilson, Jr., James McCutchin, John McCutchin, Nathan Patterson, James Clark, John McClerey, Samuel McCutchan, William McCutchan, John Wilson, Thomas Kirkpatrick, James McClerey, John Clark, Samuel Downey
May 175321 Augusta County, Virginia Original Petitions Filed in County Court
1753-1754
Road established from Brown's bridge to the Glebe land, and Robert Campbell and John Trimble be surveyors, and with James Lusk, they clear and keep the same in order. We do appoint Robert Campbell and John Trimble overseers from John Brown's bridge to the Gleve House and the undernamed persons to clear the same: James Lusk, Robert Roberson, Samuel McCuchen, William Hunter, James Hunter, Robert Campbell's man, Mathew Wilson, William Wilson, John Wilson, Jr., John McCleery, James McCleery, Thomas Kirkpatrick and son, John Peevy, James Clarck, John Clarck, James Clark, Jr., Jacob Lockhart, James Lockhart, John Birtly, Josias Richards, William Marten, George Berry, William McFeeters, John McFeeters, William McFeeters, Jr., John Jameson, Patrick Marten, Joseph Marten, William Ward, Moses O'Freel and his man, Robert Philips, Robert Davis, Thomas Reed, Robert Scott, John Vance, Andrew Foster, William Bell, Alexander McKiney, John Speer, Abraham Mathan (Mashaw), Robert Young, John Young, Samuel Young, Hugh Young and his man, John Campbell, George Peevy, Robert McClenan, William Eackry, James Bell, Andrew Steel and his man, John McKiney, Patrick McCloskey, John McSlenan, John McCuchan, Samuel McCuchan, William McClintock, Thomas Peevy, James McCuchen, Duncken McFarlen
14 Mar 175421 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 2, Page 11
Valuation of improvements on 280 acres on Bull Pasture of William Wilson's by James McCleary, John Clark
15 Mar 175521 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Page 16
John Wilson, Gent., to James McClery, James Mitchell, James McCutcheon, Robert Wilson, William Thompson, Alexander McPheeters, Saml. McCutchon, trustees chosen by the Presbyterian Congregation of the North Mountain Meeting House. 12, 10, 6; 306-1/2 acres in Beverley Manor being the tract of land whereon the house now stands commonly known by the name of North Mountain Meeting House; Cap. James Lockhart's line; for the use of the members of said congregation adhering and continuing to adhere to the Synod of Philadelphia as it stands now constituted provided that if any member or members of the said Congregation who have paid any of the purchase money of said land shall or do change or turn to any other denomination or Religion, then their part of said money be repaid them and they to have no further demands on the same. Provided that surviving trustees may elect trustees to fill vacancies, and sell the land except 20 acres to be kept for the church and graveyard
22 Jan 175721 Augusta County, Virginia Original Petitions Filed in County Court, 1755-67
Inquest, 22d January, 1757, on John McCutchan, before Patrick Martin, acting coroner. Was accidentally killed by a tree falling on him. James Clark, Jr., William Clark, William Fulton, James Risk, Mathew Willson, Patrick Martin, Samuel McCutchan, James McCutchan, John Peny (?),
John Risk, William Berry, James Trotter, Robert Campbell, George Berry, John Clark, James Clark (Sen.?), James McCleery, Hugh Fulton
19 May 175921 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book No 2, page 321
James McCutchen's appraisement, by James McCleerey, James Lockhart, William Ledgerwood
175921 Augusta County, Virginia Parish Vestry Book Page 268
Thomas Huston, Wm. Reagh, in Capt. Alex. Buchanan's Company. James McCleerey, Thomas Kilpatrick, Samuel McCutcheon, Jr., James Gilmore, in Capt. Lockhart's Company. William Thompson, Edward Hall, in Capt. Wm. Christian's Company. John Poage, David Trimble, in Capt. Israel Christian's Company
19 Nov 176221 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 3, Page 198
John Peery's appraisement, by James McCleery, Jno. Jamison, Mathew Wilson. Recorded
18 Feb 176421 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 3, Page 348
James Rusk's estate appraised by Robt. Campbell, Mathew Wilson, James McClearey
20 June 176421 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 7, Page 650
Mathew ( ) Edmiston and Margret to Samuel Patterson, 55, 238 acres in Borden's tract, and conveyed to Mathew, 28th May, 1751; corner tract surveyed for William Smith; corner Wm. Cowden's land. Teste: Pat. Martin, James McCleerey, Jno. Mophet
9 March 176521 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 3, Page 388
Alexander Crawford's estate appraised, by Jno. Trimble, Geo. Berry. Jas. McClearey
11 Feb 176721 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 4, Page 30
James Huggart's will--Wife, Agness, negros; son, James, sole executor, 400 acres in Cowpasture; rest of the children; to sons, William and Thomas, and daughters, Jenny and Nancy, each 10 shillings. Teste: Chas. Knight, James McClearey. Proved, 19th Henry Gay
13 Nov 176721 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 4, Page 101
Martha Patterson's estate appraised (by James Ewing, John McPheeters, James McCleerey. John McCleere)
19 Aug 176821 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 4, Page 105
Mary Wilson's bond (with John Christian, James McCleerey) as administratrix of James Wilson
16 Nov 177321 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, Page 159
William McPheeters' appraisement recorded, by John Moffett, James McCleerey, John Young--Abraham Jenkin's account, Duval Bosanques account
9 Feb 177321 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, Page 457
John McCleery's will--To wife, Margaret; to son, James; executors, son James and John Thompson; to each daughter, 1 shilling; to son, John; to son, Samuel. Teste: Robert Clark, Mathew and Robert Patterson
17 May 177321 Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 19, Page 268
James McCleerey, James Mitchell, Robert Wilson, William Thompson, Alexander McFeeters, Samuel McCutchen, trustees of the North Mountain Meeting House (James McCutchen, another trustee, being dead), to Joseph Blair, surrounding the North Mountain Meeting House, joining Peter Keyl
No Date21 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book No 2, page 388
Alexander Crawford's estate appraised by Jno. Trimble, Geo. Berry, Jas McClearey
20 Aug. 177421 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 6, Page 4
James Clark's will--To daughter, Jean Clark (Clok), 2 shillings; to daughter, Elizabeth Regh, 2 shillings; to daughter, Sarah Clok, 2 shillings; to son, John, 2 shillings; to son, James, 2 shillings; to son, William's heir, 2 shillings; to daughter, Ane Dunlap, 2 shillings; to son, Alexander, 2 shillings; to son, Samuel, 2 shillings; to son, Robert, 2 shillings; to daughter, Marget, 2 shillings; to wife, Elizabeth. Executors, wife, and son Wm. Regh. Teste: James and John McCleerey, James Ewing. Proved, 17th March, 1778, by James McCreerey and Ewing
15 Aug 177721 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 5, Page 511
Robert Campbell's estate appraised by James and John McCleery, Mathew Wilson, Robt. Patterson
8 Oct 178121 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 6, page 208
Elizabeth Clark's will--To daughter, Jean Elliot's heirs: to well beloved daughter Elizabeth Breath (Reath, Reoth?) to daughter Sarah Elliot, to daughter, Sarah Elliot; to daughter, Anne Dounlap; to daughter Margaret Clenkaid; to son, John Gridle; to son, James, to son Alexander and to Alexanders wife; to found daughters; to son Samuel; to son William's heirs; to son Robert. E; Robert Patterxecutors, son Robert Clark and William Reaoh.
Teste; Charles Donnally, James McCleery, Geo Barry. Proved, 20th November 1781 by McCleery and Berry. Robert Clark qualifies
178121 Augusta County, Virginia Tithables
William McPheeters's List: Capt. James Bell, Samuel Bell, Sampson Sawyers, Jeremiah Freel, Jno. Young, Geo. Rhimor, Thomas Brown, Nicholas Leek, Francis Garner, Sr., James Hamilton, Jacob Bailor, Wm. Bell, Wm. Hanley, James Peerey, David Jackson, Wm. McCutchan, Wm. Sprowl, John Ott, Jno. McCutchan, Robert McChesney, Samuel Logan, Richard McConnal, Simon Carson, Thos. Rickets, Wm. Thompson, Jno. Kirkpatrick, James McNabb, Thomas Nelson, David Steel, Richard Graves, James Ewing, David Cail, Sr., Jno. Sharp, Sr., James McCleery, John Crawford, James Bell, Jno. Moffett, Wm. Brown, Jacob Kerpenter,Wm. Sterrot, Hugh Brown, Robert Rennick, Robert Brown, Michael McClure, Joseph Gerrison, John Scott, Joseph Trotter, Jno. McPheeters, Charles Berry, Thomas Mines, Jno. Cunningham, James Sprowl, Jno. McKemey, John Logan, Henry Minger, Samuel Clark, Edward Barker, Samuel Kowan, Thomas Eger, Joseph Blair, Jno. Williams, James Gilmore, Sr., Samuel Steel, Jno. Phillips, Benj. Brown, Wm. Burges, Walter Trimble, Geo. Keller, Robt. Trimble, Samuel Gray, John Joanes, Francis Garner, Jr., Alex.McKee, Geo. Curry, Samuel Lowrey, Geo. Peerey, John Peerey, Capt. Samuel McCutchan, Robert Cooper, Joseph Alexander, Robert McKnit, Wm. Usher, George Burton, Thos. Baird, James Clark, Thomas Hinds, Samuel Rusk, Samuel McCutchan, David Cunningham, James Ford,Wm. Ledgerwood, Thomas McNutt, Wm. Springate, Geo. Palmore, Jno. Jackson, Wm. Berry, Nicholas Vininger, James Gregory, Benj. Brown, Daniel Freel, James Brown, Jacob Deford, Samuel Brown, James Riddan, Benj. Joanes, Joseph Riddenhouse, James Trimble, John Clark, Wm. Cail, Geo. Berry, Wm. McPheeters, Francis Hull, Wm. Fultain, Robert Rush, Jacob Patton, Thomas Rankin, Robert Harris, Samuel McCutchan, Wm. Woods, James Rowan, Robert Bell, Capt. Jno. Cunningham, Mathew Wilson, Jno. Workman, James Gilmore, Jr., Arthur Hamilton, John Hamilton, James Trotter, Sr., Jno. Sharp, Wm. Shields, Sr., Wm. Scott, Coonrod Slusher, Jacob Nightover, Robert Wallace, Wm. Bell, Jno. Brown, James Cunningham, Samuel Haws, Frederick Fisher, Benj. Finley, Robert Commings, Elizabeth Stuart, Wm. Hamilton, Frances Haywood, Wm. McClintock, Jno. Hanley, Michael Coulter, Jno. Trimble, Jno. Summers, Ulrick Fulwader, Isaac Mines, Jacob Fulwader, James Conningham, Geo. Jameson, Wm. Hunter, Wm. Baird, Wm. Seewright, David Buckwhannon, Jacob Cail,Philip Olinger, Sr., Joseph Nelson, Robert Patterson, James Hathorn, David Trotter, Deeter Cail, Abraham Goodpaster, Samuel McCleerey, Moses Hays, Robert Hanah, Jno. Burners, Martha Downey, Wm. Shields, Jr., Robert Clark, James Phillips, Jno. Brown, James Cunningham, Samuel Haws, Robert Wallace, Wm. Bell, Martin Dickson, James Elliott, Jno. Brown, Samuel Rennick, Valentine Joanes, Wm. Crawford, Deeter Lowrey, Wm. Allen, Jno. Tilley, Jno. Trimble, Alex. McElroy, James McKnit, James McChesney, Robert Lester, Wm. Rush, Wm. Logan, Alex. Sprowl, Patrick Haul, James Ewing, Wm. Buckwhannon, David Cail, Wm. Blair, Philip Olinger, Jr., James Callison, Walter Cunningham, Thos. McGragor, Jno. Vininger, Samuel Moffett, James Trotter, Jr., James Crow
1782501 Augusta County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists
William McPheeters District
James McCleary
1 White Tithable
9 Horses
5 Neat Cattle
1783501 Augusta County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists
Captains Tate and Trotter
James McCleary
1 White Tithable
8 Horses
7 Cattle
15 Aug 1787475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Richd. Young's District
Jas McClary
1 black > 16
1 black < 16
3 horses
3 cattle
1788475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Richd. Young's District
James McCleary
2 tithables
1 negroe > 12
3 horses
1789475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 3
A. W. Calla's List
Jas McCleary
Capt. Clays' Company
2 tithables
1 slave
2 horses
May 178921 Augusta County, Virginia Office Judgments January Causes
William Ledgerwood and Rebecca, his wife; William Berry and Rebecca, his wife; Esther Carrothers, by John Moffet, her guardian, and next friend, vs. John Frazier.--Ejectment, 1787. James Frazier's deposition, 19th October, 1790.--brother of John [Frazier]. John Brownlee testifies 14th November, 1788. Was acquainted with James Elder [Moody] and Robert Moody, his brother, upwards of sixty years ago, and they then passed for brothers and they then lived with their parents, Robert and Isabella Moody, and deponent was acquainted with them during the whole course of their lives. James Moody married Rebecca Wilson, by whom they had issue. Rebecca Moody who married William Ledgerwood, Jr. Isabella Moody, who married James McClery. James and Rebecca [Moody] lived within four miles of deponent at time of their marriage and they always passed for husband and wife. Margaret [Wilson] Christian, step-daughter of James Moody, deposes, 14th November, 1788. She was acquainted with James [Moody], the elder, and Robert Moody, his brother, near sixty years ago, and they always passed for brothers; deponent at age of twelve years was present at marriage of James Moody to Rebecca Wilson; they had issue, Rebecca [Ledgerwood] and Isabella [McCleary], above, and Esther Moody, who married John Moffett. Sarah [Wilson] Brownlee deposes, 14th November, 1788. Was acquainted with James and Robert about fifty-eight years ago and ever since till their death
1790475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 2
Capt. Hagan's Company
Jas McCleary
1 white tithe
1 black
1 black > 12
2 horses
10 Sept. 1792475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 2
Capt. Wall's Company
Jas McCleary
1 white male > 21
6 blacks
8 horses
20 cattle
11 Nov 1793475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 2
Capt. Wall's Company
Jas McCleary
1 white male > 21
7 blacks
5 blacks < 16
5 horses
18 cattle
106 acres
30 Apr 1794475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 2
Capt. Wall's Company
Jas McCleary
1 white male > 21
7 blacks
5 blacks < 16
5 horses 15 cattle
106 acres of 1st Rate land
400 acres of 2nd Rate land
1795475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 2
Capt. Wall's Company
Jas McCleary
1 white male > 21
7 blacks
5 blacks > 16
5 horses
14 cattle
106 acres of 1st Rate land
taxed in '92, '93 and '94
listed under Jas McCleary is the following:
Harrison Mill Cr 400 acres
1796475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 1
Jams McCleary
1 white male > 21
2 blacks > 16
8 blacks
5 horses
11 cattle
105 acres of 1st Rate land on Hickman Creek in Fayette County
In whose name Surveyed/Granted: A. Stewart
400 acres of 2nd Rate land on Mill Creek in Harrison County
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: Samuel McMullin
1797475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 1
James McCleary
1 white male > 21
2 blacks > 16
9 blacks
6 horses
105 acres on Hickman Creek
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: A Stearns
200 acres on Twins (Creek) in Franklin County
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: J McMullin
June 179821 Augusta County, Virginia District Court Records September 1789 to April 1793, Page 165
Deposition of James McCleary, June, 1798, in Fayette County, Ky., that in spring of 1742 he settled in Augusta.
1799475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 1
James McCleary
1 white male > 21
2 blacks > 16
10 blacks
7 horses
105 acres on Hickman Creek
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: A. Stevens
April 179921 Augusta County, Virginia Judgements (K to Z)
McPheeters vs. Moffett--James McCleery's deposition to be taken in Lexington, Ky., 1799
1800475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 1
Jas McCleary
1 white male > 21
2 blacks > 16
10 horses
6 cattle
105 acres on Hickman Creek in Fayette County
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: Joel Yearly
5 June 1801472 Fayette County Kentucky Records, Volume 2
page 488, Indenture, June 5, 1801 to Lewis Craig and Ellizabeth Craig, his wife, of Mason County, to James McCleary of Fayette County, for $235, 27 acres and 37 poles, on the waters of Hickmans Creek in Fayette County, beginning at McCleary's northeast corner, thence northeast. John Y Hiter, Samuel Ayres and Daniel Bryan, witnesses. Recorded June 24, 1801
24 June 1801472 Fayette County Kentucky Records, Volume 2
p. 489, Indenture, June 24, 1801, James McCleary of Fayette County, to Daniel Bryan of the same county, for $2351/2, a tract on the dividing ridge between Elkhorn and Hickman, 27 acres and 371/2 poles, beginning corner to James McCleary, Joseph Rutherford and Daniel Bryan, thence northeast. Recorded June 24, 1801
1802475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 1
Jas McClara
1 white male > 21
3 blacks > 16
11 horses
6 cattle
105 acres of 1st Rate land on S Elkhorn
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: no data given
200 acres of 2nd rate land on Twins (Creek) in Harrison County
1803475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 3
James McClara
1 white male > 21
3 blacks > 16
11 blacks
6 horses
1804475 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 4
James McClary
1 white male > 21
3 blacks > 16
11 blacks
5 horses
105 acres of 1st rate land on Hickman Creek
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: Stevens
200 acres of 2nd rate land on Twin Cr in Harrison County
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: Samuel McM??
1805476 Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books
Book # 3
Samuel Blair's List
James McClary
1 white male > 21
4 blacks > 16
12 total blacks
5 horses
405 acres of 1st rate land in Fayette County on Hickman Creek
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: Stevins
200 acres of 2nd rate land in Harrison County on Twins (creek)
In whose name Entered/Surveyed/Granted: Saml McClellan
Feb. 1816474 Fayette County Kentucky Records, Volume 4
page 550, Inventory of the personal estate of James McClary, dec'd, sold by George Berry, Administrator, (no total), recorded February Court 1816.
12 Feb. 1816483 Fayette County, Kentucky, January Court
Fayette County, Kentucky Will Book C, page 541

An Inventory of the personal estate and _(?) slaves of James McClary deceased appraised by Joseph Rutherford. Edwin Broddus Lewis Bryan James Carson January 15th 1816
__________________________________________________                $ cents
Robin a slave aged sixty six years 125
Shelby sixty(?) 100
Jack 500
Robin junr 525
Bill 475
Henry 500
George 400
James 350
Alexander 250
Sarah and two children Felliz and Billy 600
Patt and two children Jo and Billy 600
Milly and one child Harry 400
Suckey and one child Milly 400
Sally 200
One wagon and screw 100
One roan mare 5
One black mare 25
One black colt 25
One bay horse 15
One pide cow and calf 5
One red cow 9
One pide cow 5
Seven sheep 8.75
Fifteen head of hoggs 27.50
One log chain 4
Three Wheels and a reel 4
Five pilows 5
Three _(?) three _(?) and sundrys 6.25
One glass 2
One kettle four potts and sundrys 10.75
One bed & bed stead & furniture 8
Three bottles one bole(?) and Bakes(?) and hope(?) 3
One chest and cotton and woolen yarns 12
Four tubes two barrels and a grindstone 3

James Carson
Lewis Bryan
Edwin Broddus
Personally appearing before me Joseph Robb a justice of the peace Fayette County Kentucky the above signed commitioned(?) and made oath to the within to just to the best of their knowledge given under my hand the 12th day of Febry
Jos Robb
Fayette County to wit February Court 1816
This inventory and appraisement of the estate of James McClary decd was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.
Att John D Goring(?) clk

Feb. 1816474,483 Fayette County, Kentucky, February Court
Fayette County, Kentucky Will Book C, page 550

An inventory of the personal estate of James McClary decd sold by George Berry Administrator
___________________________________________________                       $ cents
George Berry 1 pair cards 0.25
George Craine 1 pair chains, hames and collars 0.68
John Tally. 1 pair schiachery(?) 1.44
Saml Bryan 1 frow 0.56
Elijah Lions One axe 1.64
George Berry One axe one grubbing hoe. 1.56
George Berry Sundrys crockery ware 0.50
Jno Atchison One hoe. 1.00
Jno Atchison do 1.18 3/4
Jno Atchison do 0.90
Littleton Jeter one cooper adze 1.62
Aaron Craine one log chain 6.50
Rasberry Amoz. one pair spurs. 0.62
Jno Atchison one axe and two hoes. 0.75
Patrick Keegan one bill(?). 0.31
Jacob Crawl one pair stityards(?) 3.00
Lewis Bryan one box tw razors. 0.25
George Craine. two seals one weight 0.31
George Berry one auger and flat iron 1.12
Aaron Crane one hame 1.50
Jno Atchison one clivis & one bell. 2.00
Littleton Jeter two pewter dishes 0.50
Martin Wymore foot(?) adze 0.62
Patrick Keegan. two hatches 1.60
Hamilton Atchison one x cut saw 8.50
Jas Moore one grind stone 2.00
Jno Pettit one bunch yarn 5.50
Geo Berry one bunch yarn 2.00
Aaron Craine Geography & Dictionary 1.75
John Tally(?). one parcel(?) rolls 2.62 1/2
Hamilton Atchison two wheels 4.26
Hamilton Atchison chick reel and big wheel 0.25
Hamilton Atchison saddle & saddle bagg 0.25
Jno Pettit. one parcel of raw cotton 0.40
Charles McDonnel. bed bedstead & furniture 10.18 3/4
Elijah Lyons one bole quart measure mowed _(?) 1.43
Elisha Jeter one bolt of bottly(?) 1.50
Saill(?) Gilmore one kettle 2.82
Geo Craine one frat(?) 2.12 1/2
Jno Atchison two pols(?) 1.50
Jno Pettit. one oven 0.50
James Baty one chain 0.15
Jno Pettit. one lot of coopers ware 1.18 3/4
Jacob Crawl two barrels 0.75
Aaron Craine two barrels one parcel of wheat 1.23
Jas Carson table and piggin 0.15
Young S Sandford three chairs 1.32 1/2
Henry Edon. one chest 4.25
Jno Clark one jack screw 8.50
Elijah Lions one plow 3.50
James Baty one plow 4.06 1/4
Abraham Craine one gun 4.12 1/2
George Berry two pair pothooks 1.00
Elijah Henry four fat hoggs 25.00
Jno Tally lot of hogz 11.00
Jno Pettit. seven sheep 7.50
Geo Berry one cow and calf 5.68 3/4
Jas Moore one red cow 11.00
Jno Atchison one red heifer 8.06 1/4
John Clark one black heifer 6.12 1/2
Downing Jenkins one black mare 30.12 1/2
Joseph Rutherford one bay horse 30.25
Aaron Craine one brown colt 20.00
Joseph Rutherford one roan mare 3.37 1/2
Hamilton Atchison one waggon 101.00
Abraham Craine two bags 1.56 1/4
Joseph Bryan 1 kegg 0.37 1/2
Luke Covington one parcel of corn 1.68 3/4
George Berry one table 0.25
Jno Pettit one tub 0.25

George Berry administrator
Fayette County to wit February Court 1816
The account of the estate of James McClary deceased was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded
Att John D Young clk

 

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