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Chappell, James M. v. Meadows, Osborne and wife, etc: Chancery Cause, Halifax County

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1847 Sep 1 By amt due the Est 47.00 113.90 To Cash pd Corn for settling this a/c 5.00 18947 Sep 1 By amt due 47.00 108.90 155.90 " amt due for Sale Negroes 365.68 1306 1671.68 Amount of advancements made by Francis Drinkard to his children in his life time To Francis Drinkard 1 Negro Man Phil 700.00 To Halcomb Bailey who married Patsy Drinkard 1 Negro Woman Jenny & child 650.00 To John Drinkard 1 Negro Woman Rebecca $650 $ sev sums of money 700. To Ostorne Meadows 1 Girl 250. To Branch Drinkard 1 Negro Girl Fanny 650.00 To Beverly R Drinkard " advancements in Money and paid claims bond &c. to the amount of four or five hundred dollars say 450.00 Note: The above account made from the affidavit of Mrs Polly Drinkard the wife of Francis Drinkard dec'd it being the only evidence produced Agreeably to a decree of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for the County of Halifax Apl Term 1849. Your Commissioner has reformed the account as directed and find the admr is indebted to the est the Sum of $155.90 interest included to 1" Sept 1847 The amt for which