1805: Insolvents for 1803 given in by Wm. Rainey, sheriff:
William Rainey in acct with County Court of Caswell. Amt. of stray money collected: 258 lbs. 10-2. Vouchers paid: james Forgher for bridge; Alexander Rose, John Campbell, Edmund Browning, Jesse Pearce, James Swainey for building Caswell old Goal. 80 lbs.
John Cate(s) Will: w.6 Jan 1785: Granddau. Ann Pyron; Margery Pyron; youngest son thomas Cate; daughters Elizabeth Beary and Nancy Griffin; son Joshua cate; grandson Joshua Cate; grandson Joshua Pyron; John Pyron; grandson John Cate, son of John; Wit: Thomas Cate, John Pyron, Jesse Robinson, Joseph Pogue.
Settlement estate of John Womack, decd. by Josiah Womack, adm. Cash received from Charlton Ingram, Wyatt Stubblefield, Clara Stone. Cash paid to Jethro Brown, W. Bethell, Col. J. Willson, John Lenox, James Grant, Thomas Jeffreys, J. Philpot, Mrs. Mills, Leven Downs, I. Griffin, James M. Burton, D. Burton, C. Ingram.
Sales estate of Benjamin Sewell. 21 Nov 1811. Sales to: Mrs. Salley Sewell, Miss Salley Sewell, William Smith, Charles G. Cock, James Martin, Vincent Griffin, Daniel Sewell, barnett Kemp, Thomas Graves (son Jacob), Jacob Grtaves, Jerre Rudd, Bartlett Estes, Azariah Graves, James Graves, Isaac Pinson, Stephen D. Watkins, et al,
P. 127: Book F, p. 309: July Court 1812
Settlement with Jane Jackson adm. of Thomas Jackson, Jr. decd. Payments made to Joseph Langley, Vincent and William Lea, james C.Smith, Robert H. Jackson, Alexander Griffin, Daniel Darby for crying sale, Barnett Kemp, Joshua Jackson, et al. By Greg Hightower and Joseph Dameron, Jr.