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To Peter Sproat, by account, settled and acknowledged,

395 65 To Richard Field, by note, due February 3rd, 1831,

700 00 Interest on same,

42 00 Making together,

-$2121 40 The amount of the personal estate, as per inventory, now on on file is

1275 28 Leaving a deficit, to be made out of the real estate, of

846 12 Your memorialist therefore prays your honor to grant him an order for the sale of the aforesaid real estate, or so much thereof as will be sufficient to discharge the said de-bts, and other demands, and such expenses as may hereafter accrue. February 3rd, 1832.

JOHN ROE.

Bond.

Know all men by these presents, that we John Roe and John Den, of the county of Clark, in the state of Indiana, are held and firmly bound unto the state of Indiana, in the sum of four thousand dollars, for the payment whereof, well and truly to be made and done, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly, by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated the 3rd day of February, A. D. 1832.

The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the above bound John Roe will truly and faithfully perform the duties and discharge the trusts committed to him, in the sale and disposal of the real estate of Richard Roe late of Clark county, deceased, agreeably to the order and decree of the probate court of said county, and will at all times faithfully administer such, and so mug of the said real estate, or the proceeds thereof, as shall or may, from time to time, be made assets in his hands, and dispose of the same according to law, and render, in the said probate court, a true and just account thereof, whenever he shall be thereunto required; then the above obligation is to be void and done effect;

otherwise to be be and remain in full force and and vir tue in law.

Signed, sealed and JOHN ROE, (seal.] delivered in presence of

JOHN DEN, (seal.] John SCRIBE.

Citation to heirs.

State of Indiana, Clark county, to-wit :

The state of Indiana, to Oliver Roe, and Henry Roe, heirs of Richard Roe, late of Clark county, in the state of Indiana, deceased, GREETING:

Whereas John Roe, administrator of the estate of the said Richard Roe, deceased, bas filed his memorial, suggesting to our honorable probate court, in and for said county, that the personal estate of the said deceased is insufficient to pay his debts, and praying our said court to grant an order for the sale of the real estate of the said deceased, or so much thereof as may be sufficient for the payment of the said debts; therefore you and each of you are hereby cited to be and appear before our said probate court, at the next September terin thereof, to be holden at the court house in Charlestown, on the first Monday of September next, and shew cause, if any you can, why the said real estate shall not be sold, and made assets for the discharge of the said debts.

Witness John Stiles, clerk of our said court, and (SEAL.] the seal thereof hereto affixed, at Charlestown

in the county aforesaid, the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1832.

JOHN STILES, Clerk.

Citation to the holder of a lien.

State of Indiana, Clark county, to-wit:

The state of Indiana, to Job Patterson, of Jeffersonville, in the county of Clark aforesaid, GREETING.

Whereas John Roe, administrator of the estate of Richard Roe, lata of said county, deceased, has filed bis memorial suggesting to our honorable probate court, in and for the said county, that the personal estate of the said deceais insufficient to pay his debts, and praying our said court to grant an order for the sale of his real estate; and whereas you are the holder of a lien on the said real estate, or on some part thereof, as it is said; you are therefore hereby cited to be and appear before our said court at the next September term thereof, to be holden at the court house in Charlestown in the county aforesaid, on the first Monday in September next, and shew cause, if any you can, why the said real estate shall not be sold, and made assets for the discharge of the said debts. Herein fail not.

Witness John Stiles, clerk, and the seal of the [SELL.] said court hereunto affixed, at Charlestown,

in the county aforesaid, the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1832.

JOHN STILES, Clerk.

Notice to non-resident heirs.

State of Indiana, Clark county, to-wit:

Clark county Probate Court, March term, 1832. John Roe, administrator of the estate of Richard Roe, deceased,

Application for

the sale of real vs.

estate. The heirs of the said Richard Roe.

The said John Roe having filed his memorial, suggest ing the insufficiency of the personal estate of the deceased to pay his debts, and praying an order of this court for the sale of the real estate, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that Oliver Roe and Henry Roe, heirs of the said Richard Roe deceased, are not residents of the state of Indiana; it is therefore ordered, that notice of the pendency of the said memorial be given by causing a copy of this order to be inserted, three weeks in succession, in the Statesman, a weekly newspaper, published in Charlestown, in the county aforesaid, before the third day of May next, that the said Oliver Roe and Henry Roe may be warned to appear in this court, at the next September term thereof, to be holden at the court house in Charlestown, on the first Monday in September next, to shew cause, if any they can, why the said real estate shall not be sold, and made assets for the discharge of the said debts. By the court.

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March 3rd, 1832. JOHN STILES, Cľk.

Notice to a non-resident holder of a lien.

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State of Indiana, Clark county, to-wit:

Clark county Probate Court, March term, 1832. John Roe, administrator of the estate of Richard Roe, deceased,

Application for

the sale of real

estate. John Patterson.

The said administrator having filed his memorial, suggesting that the personal estate of the deceased is insufficient to pay his debts, aņd praying an order of this court for the sale of the real estate, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that the said John Patterson, who holds a fien on the said real estate, or on some part thereof, as it is said, is not a resident of the state of Indi. ana; it is therefore ordered, that notice of the pendency of the said memorial be given, by causing a copy of this order to be inserted in the Statesman, a weekly newspa per published in Charlestown, in said county, three weeks in succession, prior to the third day of May next, that the said John Patterson may be warned to appear before this court, at the next September term thereof, to be held at the court house in Charlestown, in said county, on the first Monday in September next, to shew cause, if any he can, why the said real estate shall not be sold, and made assets for the discharge of the debts aforesaid. By the court.

Test, JOHN STILES, Cl’ka March 3, 1832

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Clark crunty Probate Court, September term, 1832.

Whereas John Roe, administrator of the estate of Richard Roe, late of said county, deceased, on the 3rd day of February last, filed his memorial, setting forth, that the personal estate of the said deceased was insufficient for the payment of his debts, and shewing sundry messuages and tenements which were the real estate of the said deceased, at the time of his death, and praying an order of this court for the sale of the said real estate; and now, the heirs of the said Richard Roe having been duly notified, and no cause having been shewn to the

contrary, it is ordered, on due proof and consideration of the premises, that the said John Roe do, on the fifth day of October next, expose to public sale, one hundred acres of land, designated by the letter D, in the survey, number one hundred and five, in the Illinois grant, being a part of the real estate of the said deceased, at the time of his death, and that he sell the same for the purposes in the said memorial mentioned. And it is further ordered, that he, the said John Roe, previous to offering the said land for sale, do give at least twenty days notice of the time and place of said sale, by putting up written advertisements thereof in three of the most public places in the vicinity of the said land, and also by advertising the same, three weeks in succession in the Statesman, a weekly newspaper published in Charlestown; and that he make report of his proceedings herein, to this court, at the next term after said sale.

By the court. Test.
Sept. 3, 1832.

JOHN STILES, Cl’k.

Application for further time.

To the honorable Richard Fen, judge of the probate court of Clark county, in the state of Indiana; The petition of John Roe, administrator of the estate of Richard

Roe, deceased, respectfully sheweth, that in pursuance : of an order of this honorable court, made at the last September term, for the sale of one hundred acres of land de. signated by the letter D, in the survey, number one hundred and five, in the Illinois grant, late a part of the real estate of the said Richard Roe, your petitioner did, on the fifth day of October last, expose the said premises to public sale, but no person offering an adequate price, the same remains yet unsold. Your petitioner therefore prays your honor to grant him such further time for the sale of the premises aforesaid as may be deemed reasonable. And your petitioner will pray, &c. October 6, 1832.

JOHN ROE.

Report of sale. To the honorable Richard Fen, judge of the probate. court of Clark county, in the state of Indiana; John Roe,

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