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In the matter of the Estate of Laura Chappuis, Deceased


State of Missouri
County of Perry
Missouri State Seal


Wednesday, March 15, 1922
Grant of Letters of Administration and Approval of Bond

Now comes William Chappuis, Clara Chappuis, Mary Chappuis and Cora Chappuis, children of Laura Chappuis deceased, and request the Judge in Vacation this 15th day of March 1922, to grant Letters of Administration in the estate of their mother, Laura Chappuis, to William A. Sutterer.

And now comes William A. Sutterer and files his affidavit as required by Law, showing that said Laura Chappuis departed this life at Perry County, Missouri, March 11, 1922, intestate, leaving William Chappuis, son, Clara Chappuis, Mary Chappuis, Cora Chappuis, Julia Chappuis and Emma Chappuis, daughters, minors, as her hold and only heirs, and stating that he will make a perfect inventory and faithfully administer the estate, pay the debts as far as the assets will extend and the law directs, and account for and pay over all assets which shall come to his knowledge or possession.

And it appearing to the Judge that said Laura Chappuis died possessed of personal property of the probable value of Fifteen Hundred Dollars and that said William A. Sutterer is competent and by law entitled to administer on said estate.

It is therefore ordered that Letters of Administration of the goods, chattels, credits and effects of said deceased, be issued to the said William A. Sutterer, and that he enter into Bond to the State of Missouri in the penal sum of Three Thousand Dollars, with two or more sufficient sureties, residents of the County of Perry, State of Missouri, conditioned according to Law.

And now here said William A. Sutterer presents his Bond in the sum of Three Thousand Dollars, signed by himself as principal and George J. Mecker and Chas. E. Cashion as sureties, which Bond is now here approved by the Judge in Vacation, and the said William Sutterer qualifies as such Administrator and enters upon the discharge of the duties of his trust as such.

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State of Missouri
County of Perry
Missouri State Seal


B. J. Ernst, Plaintiff
vs.
said Estate and William A. Sutterer, Administrator, Defendants
Demand on Account
August 18, 1922

Now come the parties to this suit into open Court. The Administrator having waived he right to notice.

The trial proceeds by submitting cause to Court on the evidence from which the Court finds that plaintiffs demand is founded on an account for woodwork and blacksmithing for said deceased, for the sum of $49.85.

It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Court that plaintiff’s demand for said amount be allowed against said estate and that same be paid as of the 5th Class.

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State of Missouri
County of Perry
Missouri State Seal


Dr. L. L. Feltz, Plaintiff
vs.
said Estate, and William A. Sutterer, Administrator, Defendants
Demand on Account
August 18, 1922

Now come the parties to this suit into open Court. The Administrator having waived the right to notice.

The trial proceeds be submitting cause to the Court upon evidence from which the Court finds that plaintiff’s demand is founded on an account for medical services rendered said deceased on which there remains unpaid the sum of $24.00.

It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Court that plaintiff’s demand for said amount be allowed against said estate and that same be paid as of the 2nd Class.

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State of Missouri
County of Perry
Missouri State Seal


Christina Klump, Plaintiff
vs
said Estate and Wm. A. Sutterer, Administrator, Defendants
Demand on Two Notes

Now come the parties to this Suit into open Court. The Administrator having waived the right to notice.

The trial proceeds by subitting cause to the Court on the evidence from which the Court finds that plaintiff’s demand is founded on two Notes signed by deceased as principal; one note dated November 3, 1916 - 1 day at 5% on which there remains unpaid at this time $108.58 principal and interest.

And also one note dated March 18 - 1916, due 1 day after date at 6% interest, on which there remains un paid at this time $56.78 principal and interest, the total amount of principal and interest due from both notes being $165.36.

It is therefore ordered by the Court that plaintiffs demand for said amounts be allowe against said estate, and allowed as of the 5th Class.

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State of Missouri
County of Perry
Missouri State Seal


F. E. DeLassus, Plaintiff
vs
said Estate and Wm. A. Sutterer, Administrator, Defendants
Demand on Account

Now come the parties to this Suit into open Court. The Administrator having waived the right to notice.

The trial proceeds by submitting cause to the Court upon evidence from which the Court finds that the plaintiff’s demand is founded on an account for medicine for deceased, on which there remains unpaid the sum of $12.27.

It is therefore ordered and adjudged by the Court that plaintiff’s demand for said amount be allowed against said estate and that same be paid as of the 5th Class.

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