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Sarah: Chancery Cause, Bedford County (Part 1 of 4)

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Dx. The State of Thomas Haynes Dec'd In account Current with William Gray Executor Cr 1806 To Amount of Sales of the personal Estate of Thomas Haynes Dec'd payable 1st January 1807 as pr return made by the Executor No 2 494.6.9 Cr for Contra To difference between the Inventory & amt. Sales 11.10.3 505.17.0 To paid Thomas L. McCleland attorney for defending the Title of the Dec'ds Slaves to Freedom 100.-.- To paid Nicholas Vanstarver for ditto 6.-.- January 21 To Arthor Newman for making the decedents Coffin as per Acct. No. 2 -.15.- May 21 To paid Rachel Jones fr Acct Rcipt &c. No. 3 1.16.3 Augt 25 To paid John Mosely pr Receipt for two Lawyers fees in the suit against Waugh No. 4 1.10.- " To 13 days hire of Waggon in January last } 5 1.19.- " To 6 days hire of ditto to haul Tobacco 18/ Hammer lost 2 } 5 1.-.- Sept 17 To Cash pd Sheriff $23.84 pr Recpt No. 6 7.3.1 " To Cash pd ditto pr do 7 -.4.3 Decr 2 To ditto pd Pleasant Jeter for crying [carrying] The Payment Estate fr Acct. } 8 0.16.6 1807 April 28 To Cash paid the Sheriff Everett's Costs the Executor against him in which suit the Executor was nonsuited for Receipt } 9 1.9.9 Decr 1807 To Cash paid Amount of Wm Phillips's Execution against the Excutor as for Clerks Certificate " 13 34.7.4 To Cash paid Lawyer defending Phillipss suit against the Executor } -.15.- 1806 Novr 291 To paid Walter Otey Jail Fees on Acct L Jones for Receit } 10 -.7.3 To Cost of nonsuit suit against Everett say plaintiffs Costs for Clerks Certificate $8.14 } 14 2.8.10 162.12 To Balance due the Estate Cr for Contra 216.7.2 £232.9.14 1810 Novr 16 To paid Walter Otey on Acct Jail Fees for F Mills for Acct N. 11 } 0.17.- To Costs of sundry suits brought by Haness executor against sundry persons considered Insolvent as per Clerks Certificate No. 12. $106.78 } 32.-.8 32.17.8 To List of sundry balances due from persons considered insolvent to wit David Reace £26.9.7 Charles Barnet £14.10.6 39.0.1 Frances Mills £10.0.4 S. L. Jones £50.5.9 & 60.6.2 Wm. W Clay to £9.0.5 Larkin Brown £10.0.6 19.-.11 118.7.2 To Interest on £118.77.2 from January 1807 to 16 Novr 1810 at 3 7 10 m 15 d 27.11.9 To Costs as per Clerks Certificate No. 15 2.4.2 181 -.7 To Balance due Haynes Estate Cr. pr Contra 2496.9.0 £2677.9.7 1806 March 1 By Amount of Inventory exclusive of twenty Negroes freed by Decidents will, as per Copy of Inventory No. 1 505.17.- By Amount of Sales as per Contra 494.6.9 By Cash found on hand 6.-.9 By sundry Balances as pr last returned to wit Wm Mitchell including a debt due from W & R Mitchell 536.1.1 Cornelias Noell 211.11.- Brown McCredie £60 255,15,5 ditto ditto due 1 Sept next, being for 4609 ac Tobacco & May 1806 at 27/3 per hundred } 62.15.9 William Minor 112.-.- Henry Hardy 20.8.10 Charles Bayne 14.10.6 David Reasa 24.9.7 Frances Mills 10.0.4 Stephen Jones 50.5.9 Thomas Waugh 30.18.- Wm W Clayton 9.-.5 Alesand Gray 1.10.- Wm Quarles 2.2.- Callohill Mannes 368.5.6 ditto ditto 119.13.- 1829.7.3 £2329.14.9 By Balance due the Estate as per Contra 2167.14.9 By Interest on £2167.2.6 from January 1807 to 16 Novr 1810i 3 y. 10 m. & 15 days } 503.17.4 By Cash rec'd of Heniott on acct. of an appeals in Chancery from Bedford Court to the high Chancery at Richmond for Lawyers fees to wit a Lawyers Fee in the County Cout £1/10.- ditto in Superior Court £5.0.0 } 6.10.- 1810 Novr 16 By Balance due Haynes Estate as per Contra 2496.9.- Pursant to an order of the worshipfull Court of Bedford Your Commissioners have proceeded to Settle the Acct Current between Wm. Gray Executor of Thomas Haynes & the Estate and find the balance as above of £2496.9.0 in favour of the said Estate.John [Otey?] David Saunders, Thomas Lumpking, Robert C. Whiteheld, [illegible] & [Alex?] Otey