State of Missouri
County of Perry
Timon R. Manning
Guardian Bond of Mary Manning and Minerva Manning
13 June 1853
Know all men by these, presents that we, Timon R. Manning, as principal, and Lewis W. Moore and Isadore Moore, as securities, of Perry County, in the State of Missouri, are held and firmly bound unto the State of Missouri for the use of Mary Manning and Minerva Mannig, minors and heirs at law of Cornelius Manning, dec'd., in the sum of one thousand dollars lawful money for the true and faithful payment, of which we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly, severally and firmly by these presents, to which we have subscribed our names and seals this 13th day of June A.D. 1853.
The condition of the foregoing obligation is such, that if the above bound Timon R. Manning, who has been appointed Guardian and Curator of Mary Manning and Minerva Manning, minors, as aforesaid, shall fathfully discharge his duties acording to law, then the foregoing obligation or bond, to be null and void; otherwise to remain in full force and effect.
Signed, sealed and acknowledged in presence of
Henry S. Caldwell, Clerk of Perry County Court
By R. J. Waters, D. C.
Timon R. Manning
Lewis W. Moore
Recorded: June the 13th A.D. 1853
Test: Henry S. Caldwell, Clk
By R. J. Waters, D.C.
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