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Bond of Richard Maddock, Senior
Admor of John Layton, Junr, dec’d

Know all men by these presents, hat we Richard Maddock, Senior, James Rice & Felix Sims are held and firmly bound to the State of Missouri in the sum of three hundred dollars, to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, jointly and severally firmly by these presents, as witnesses our hands and seals this sixth day of February A. D. 1836. --

The condition of the above bond is that of Richard Maddock Senior, administrator of the Estate of John Layton, Junr deceased, shall faithfully administer said estate, account for, pay and deliver all money and property of said Estate, and perform all other things touching said administration required by law, or the order of any court having jurisdiction, then the above bond to be void, otherwise to remain in full force.

Richard Maddock {SEAL}
James Rice {SEAL}
Felix Seemes {SEAL}

Recorded February 6th, 1836, Fredk C. Hase, Clk

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State of Missouri
County of Perry
Missouri State Seal


Letters of Administration granted on
the Estate of John Layton, Junr, dec’d

To all persons to Whom these presents shall come; Greeting:

Know Ye, that Whereas John Layton Junior, late of Perry County deceased, died intestate as it is said, leaving at his death property within the State aforesaid, wherefore administration of all and singular the goods & chattels, lands & tenements, rights & credits of the deceased, is hereby granted and committed unto Richard Maddock Senior, he the said Richard Maddock having complied with the requisits [sic] of the Law in such case made and provided.

Witness Frederick C. Hase, Clerk of the County Court of Perry County, this 6th day of February, 1836.

Fredk c. Hase, Clk.

Recorded February 6th 1836, Fredk C. Hase, Clk.

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