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J. M. Smart, 1888
Settlement & Inventory

Source: Sumner County Inventories and Settlements Book, 1887 - 1895
page 69

Transcribed by Jan Barnes

April Term, 1888
Page 69

To the Hon. County Court of Sumner County as Executors of the Will of J. M. Smart, deceased we beg to submit the following Inventory viz:
3 head of horses, one two horse wagon, Two cows, 1 set Blacksmith tools, two shares, one Gound-hog thresher, one bugg, a crop of to bacco, which sold for $167.00, 15 Bushels of Wheat, 25 bbls of corn & 4 head of hogs, one account afc G. E. Alderson for $25.00.  This is all that has or should have come into our hands as said Executors.
Sworn to before me                                                                   Jas. W. Smart
Apr 23rd 1888                                                                            Executor
Harris Brown Clk

State of Tennessee    }
Sumner County          }   I Harris Brown Clerk of
the County Court of said County have this day had a final settlement with Jno. W. and Jas. M. Smart as Executors of the Will of J. M. Smart decd. and find there in account to wit:
The Executors after assuming possession of the personal effects of said J. M. Smart found the indebtedness of said estate so small that no sale was made further than the tobacco crop which brought                                      $167.00
                                               Rec'd of G. E. Alderson                                             25.00

                                               Total                                                                        $192.00
      By Amt. paid G. E. Alderson                                                          63.75
      By Amt. piad J. H. Dashwood                                                        29.90
      By Amt. paid Harris Brown Clk Probate Will & Letters               7.00
      By Amt. paid Mary J. Smart                                                          98.35

      By Amt. paid Clerks fee this Settlement & Inventory                   2.00          201.00
      Amt. overpaid and due Executor                                                                          9.00
The Voucher No 4 is also a receipt to the Executors for all the personal property unaccounted for above, but reported in Inventory, as having been delivered to widow.
Respectfully submitted
Apr 23 rd 1888.
Harris Brown Clk.

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