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Eliza C. Harper, 1887
Final Settlement


Source: Sumner County Inventories and Settlements,
September, 1887 - November, 1909
TSL&A Microfilm 331


Transcribed by Jan Barnes
©2005

Pages 19-20, October Term, 1887

State of Tennessee
Sumner County
        I Harris Brown Clerk of the County Court of said County have this day had a final settlement with W. L. Harper Administrator of the estate of Mrs. E. C. Harper Decd., and find him in account to with:
Dr.
To Amt. as per Inventory $801.00
Interest on Notes     93.62
Total $894.62

Cr.
By cash to Burial Expenses Voucher  1  $51.10
By cash to Tomb Stones   55.00
By cash to Notice in paper Voucher    3     4.00
By cash to Lawyer fee Voucher          4     5.00
By cash to Clerk, Letters, Inventory, & Settlement     5.00  $120.90
Bal due  $773.72

To be divided into four heirs viz W. L. Harper, A. J. Gwin, Guardian, Mrs. M. A. Gwin and Mrs. M. C. Reed  gives to each    $193.43
The Administrator here exhibited his Receipts as follows:
A. J. Gwin Guardian   193.43
M. C. Reed   193.43
M. A. Gwin   193.43
Self (W. L. Harper)   193.43
Bal $773.72

Received of W. L. Harper Admr. of Eliza C. Harper decd. One Hundred and ninety-three dollars and forty three cents my share of my sisters estate this Dec. 11th 1886.
                                            M. C. Reed
Copy Test Harris Brown Clk.

Received of W. L. Harper Admr. of Miss Eliza Caroline Harper decd. One Hundred and ninety three dollars and forty three cents, my share of my sisters estate, this Dec. 11th 1886.
                                            M. A. E. Gwin
Copy Test Harris Brown Clk.

Received of W. L. Harper Admr. of Miss Eliza Caroline Harper decd. One Hundred and ninety three dollars and forty three cents for Sarah Catherine Gwin, Mary Ellen Gwin, and William Jessee Gwin, heirs of Sarah Louisa Gwin, Decd., their share of their aunts estate which I agree to take care of and pay over to them as the law directs.
This Dec. 11th 1886             A. J. Gwin
                                              Guardian

State of Tennessee
Sumner County
        Personally appeared before me, W. C. Knight, an acting Justice of the peace for said County, A. J. Gwin and made oath in due form of law that he executed the above receipt to W. L. Harper for the purposes therein contained and the date to it attached.
This 15th Oct. 1887.                       A. J. Gwin
W. C. Knight                                               Guardian
                    J. P.
Copy Test Harris Brown Clerk


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