William LIVERS d/ before Jan 1809 widow - Ann (adm) and 4 minor children - - Arnold LIVERS - David LIVERS - Joseph LIVERS - Mary LIVERS Land - "First Choice of Arnold’s Delight"; and "Third Choice of Arnold’s Delight" (five miles from Emmitsburg, 4 miles from Graceham, one and a half miles from St Mary’s Seminary); property had new frame house, not quite finished, and a stream running directly through it; was near the mountains, fenced and ideal for tanyard. In Oct 1807, William LIVERS signed a note owing Thomas LIVERS 8 pounds, 15 shillings and 6 pence cm of MD and witnessed by Joseph LIVERS, saddler. On 2 Mar 1809, Thomas claimed the note had not been paid. William also owed Henry KUHN in Jan 1805, Peter SHOVER in Apr 1802. On 26 Mar 1813, bond secured by John DUBOIS and Samuel OGLE, with Samuel OGLE named as guardian of the minor children’s interests. Trustee was Frederick A. SCHLEY and was selling 60 acres, clear of dower rights; on 11 Sep 1813, sale was made to the widow for $1,475. The widow received $223.54 and each child received $99.25; finalized 18 Sep 1813.
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