Lewis BROWNING petitioned for his claimed interest to 1/6 part of the estate of John CARTER in this suit filed against Samuel LILLY. John CARTER, dec'd (will 6 Jan 1786; 16 Jan 1786) widow - Mary and children, sons - who he left real estate - John CARTER - Joshua CARTER - Solomon CARTER - David CARTER - William CARTER - James CARTER daughters - - Mary LUSTER - Sarah DAVIS - Elisabeth CHENOWETH granddaughter - Deborah DAVIS grandsons - John CARTER, William CARTER, Daniel CARTER Executor - Jeremiah BROWNING. Witnesses - John HAMILTON, Cassandra BROWNING, Rebacke HAMILTON. William CARTER sold his interest to Samuel LILLY. On 15 Jun 1801, Samuel LILLY delivered bond of conveyance to Alexander COULTER, then of Frederick County, now of Baltimore County. 1809 - Lewis BROWNING tendered money with interest for bond from Samuel LILLY to Alexander COULTER, then of Frederick County. On 15 Feb 1809, Alexander COULTER sold to Lewis BROWNING all right and title. File closed 14 Dec 1812.
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