Cain, Archibald. (Book B-470) Will Wr. 11 July 1879. Rec. 8 March 1881. My son, John M. Cain and my daughters, Nancy, Ellen, Flora Cain, one half of Lot 7. My wife, Mary Ann Cain, the farm we are now residing on. My wife to be exec.
Cain, Anna. (Complete Record R-223) 11 Aug. 1842. Joseph Hankins, adm. Settlement distributed to heirs: Zenas Bailey and wife, Joseph Hankins and wife, William Roab (Roach?) and wife, Samuel Herod and wife, John Cain, Archibald Cain, Henry Martin and wife, James Cain, Maria Cain, Andrew J. Cain, George W. Cain, Mary Ann Cain, Melissa Cain.
Cain, Jacob, decd. (Probate Book F-70) Andrew J. Cain, aged 13 yrs; George W. Cain, aged 11 years, Mary Ann Cain, age about 9 years, Melissa Jane Cain, aged about 6 years, infant heirs of Jacob Cain, decd. Joseph Hankins appointed guardian. F-507? May 1843, Joseph Hankins, guardian, Archer J., George W., Mary A., Malissa K. [The original should probably be Archer, not Andrew.]
Calloway, Joseph W. (Probate Book F-107) 15 March 1843. Eliza Ann Calloway, appointed gdn of Joseph B. Calloway, aged 5 yrs on the 2nd day of July next; Benjamin F. Calloway, aged 3 years on the 15th day of March 1843.
Cameron, Matilda. (Book A-179) 20 June 1854. To my husband Donald Cameron.
Campbell, Alexander. (Book A-530) Will Wr. 26 April 1871?, Rec. 16 June 1871 Half brother, John Ingram of Jeffersonville.
Campbell, John. (Will Book A p. 92) Administration.10 June 1818. William Epperson adm. with David Baker and Peter Hemphill, bond 1 Sept. 1818. Appraisers: Dawson Blackmore, John Maxwell, Thomas Boicourt.
Campbell, Mark. (Will Book B-144) Will Wr. 6 Sept. 1823. Rec. 6 Sept. 1825. Sisters: Martha Campbell; Ann Farr. Brother: James Campbell. Brother-in-law, Samuel Patterson. Witnesses. Thomas Jones and John Arbuckle. Book C Heirs: Martha Campbell; James Campbell; Samuel Farr and wife, Ann Campbell Parr. Land SE 20-3-9, patented by Mark.
Campbell, William. (Book A-412) Will Wr. 7 Sept. 1867. Rec. 30 March 1868. My wife, Elizabeth Campbell, and real estate to go to children. (Son, James H. only child listed by name.)
Caplinger, Adam. (Book D-316) Sarah Caplinger, administrator. Gabriel Lemen, security.
Book E-536, Nancy Caplinger, age 16, heir of Adam Caplinger, chose Gabriel Lemen, guardian. Sarah Caplinger, age 13 and 11 mos.; Adam Caplinger, age 11, Elizabeth Caplinger, age 9 yrs.
Caplinger, Solomon. (Book C) Son, Solomon, age 20, chose George McKay as guardian. Book D-141. Solomon, age 21.
Carlisle, John. (Book B-647) Will Wr. 7 Aug. 1882. Rec. 21 May 1883. My wife, Susan J. Carlisle and children (not named.)
Carr, John. (Book B) Jane Carr, widow. Children: Berthemus, Hamilton, Mary and Samuel Carr.
Carr, Josiah. See Kerr.
Carson, Thomas. (Book B-281) Will Wr. 3 Aug. 1876. Rec. 30 Aug. 1876. To my wife, Mary, and our children.
Carter, Robert. (Book A-132) Probate Book 6 June 1858. Rec. 17 May 1859. Daniel W. Ledgerwood, $100; Ebenezer Ledgerwood and Samuel Ledgerwood, $100. John Ledgerwood, adm.
Cavit, John S. (Probate Book D-138) Margaret Cavit, gdn. of John Cavit; Jane Cavit; Sarah Cavit, infant orphans of John S. Cavit, decd. Richard Cavit and James Stearns, sec.
Chamberlain, Isaac. (Book E-66) Will Wr. 17 Sept. 1837. Rec. 4 Oct. 1837. Wife, Catherine, executor. Witnesses: Tilly H. Brown. Horace Stowe..
Chamberlain, Moses. (Book E-80) Heirs, 1837. William Brown Chamberlain, age 5, 25 Aug. 1837. Mary Frances Chamberlain, age 3, June 7th last; Caroline Almyra Chamberlain, age 1, July 10 last, John Brown gdn.
Chambers, James. (Book C) 1827. James Blankenship, guardian. Elizabeth Brandon, late Chambers; Jemima, Mathilda, Alexander, Jesse, Mary, 1818. Malinda Chambers, age 14 chose Isom Blankenship, gdn. (Book B) 1828 Mary Chambers, adm. (Book D-38) Jane Chambers, age 11, inf. Dau. of James Chambers Decd. Moses Brandon, gdn. James Blankenship security. (Book D-45) James Blankenship, gdn of Alex & Polly Chambers, inf. Heirs of James Chambers, 1832; sells lot No. 1, belonging to Alex to [and or sold to?] Moses Brandon; lot 2 belonging to Polly Chambers the E1/2 of NE 36-13-4 eighty acres. (D-11) May 13, 1832 James Blankenship, gdn of heirs of James Chambers, (D-73).
Chambers; Jemima, Mathilda, Alexander, Jesse, Mary. 1828: Malinda Chambers. Age 14, chose Isom Blankenship, gdn. (Book B) 1822) Mary Chambers, adm (Book D-38), Jane Chambers, age 11, infant daughter of James Chambers, decd. Moses Brandon, gdn. James Blankenship, security. (Book D-45), James Blankenship, gdn. Of Alex and Polly Chambers, infant heirs of James Chambers, 1832, sells lot no. 1 belong to Alex to Moses Brandon; lot 2 belonging to Polly Chambers, the E1/2 of NE 36-13-4 (eighty acres). D-11, May 13, 1832, James Blankenship, gdn of heirs of James Chambers. D-73.
Chambers, John. (Book A Book B) Enos Chambers, age 8 chose gdn.
Chambers, Mary. (Book B-5) Sept. 1823, Lancaster Twp., adm.
Chambers, Sarah. James Chambers, age 15, heir of Sarah, chose William Chambers, gdn.
Chambers, William. (Probate Book H-399) 1849, asks to be appointed gdn of his children: William, Joseph, Ann, Sarah and John. Wife was a Blankenship, decd.
Chapman, James W. (Book A-548) Will Wr. 14 Dec. 1871. Rec. 19 Feb. 1872. Wife, Nancy K.
Charlesworth, Samuel O. (Book B-622) Will Wr. 2 March 1857. Rec. 22 Feb. 1883. My wife, Emma, lot in Sering and Leonards add N [Short for North?]. Emma Eliza Charlesworth, books; my son, Arthur Benjamin Charlesworth, books, my dau. Anna Maude Charlesworth, books, my dau Mary Grace Charlesworth
Chase, Abraham. (Book E-77) Abraham Chase, appointed gdn. of Harriet W. Chase, age 12 years. Heir of Abraham Chase, decd.
Chasteen, Samuel. Will Wr. 12 Dec. 1836. Rec. 4 Feb. 1837. Wife, Margaret. Children, not named. Witnesses: Hiram P. Bennet and Jos. Hill. (Book E-199) 1838. Margaret Chasteen and Charlene Johnson, executors of will. Settlement made.
Childs, Lorain. (Book E-582) Heirs: Elvira Fidelia Childs, age 10; Amanda Jane Childs, age 8; Joseph Hawley Childs, age 6; Susan E. Childs, age 4; Hamline Childs, age 2 years.
(Book F-298) Elvira Fidelia Childs, Amanda Jane Childs, Joseph Hawley Childs, Susan E. Childs, and Hamline Childs.
Chitwood, Amos. (Probate Book F-156) Will Wr. 19 Apr. 1842. Rec. 10 Oct. 1843. Republican Twp. Wife, decd. Sons: Daniel, $200 for medical expenses; Amos Jordan Grist Mill and five acres. [Amos Jordan & Others in one transcription]. Execs. Joshua Chitwood and William Boles. (Book F-404) Amos J., Maria Allen Chitwood, Cynthia Stonehouse (Chitwood); John Chitwood, Sophia Boles (Chitwood); William her husband, James, Joshua, Ailey Chitwood and James her husband.
Christopher, William. (Book A-110) Will Wr. 15 Sept. 1856. Rec. 6 Aug. 1858. Of Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio. My wife, Rebecca, sons, William, Alexander and Charles.
Church, Boswell. (Book B) Joel Church, adm.
Clark, James. (Book A-188. Book B-71) 16 March 1819. Notes in banks in Ohio and Conn. Lot in Vernon. Thos. Douglas, adm.
Clark, Samuel. (Book B Book E-318) Maria Clark, widow, adm. Guardian of Elizabeth Clark, age 10 years; Maria L. Clark, age 7; Anthony, age 4; Catherine, age 10 mos.
Clark, Thomas. (Book A) Wife, Ann.
Cline, John. (Probate Book H-398) Will Wr. 21 July 1849. Rec. [Not given by transcription] Son, Robert Martin Cline. Daughter: Lucy Ann Cline. Others, not named. Witnesses: John McCoy, Jonathan Storms and Isaac Christy.
Clayer, Henry. (Book A) Mary Shannon, adm. Peter Hemphill and John Coleman, security.
Cochran, John. (Probate Book D) Will Wr. 11 July 1836. Rec. 24 Sept. 1836. Wife, Polly, to have farm. Six children: Andrew, Ezekiel, Stephen, Martha, Elizabeth, and Sarah Ann. Witnesses: Campbell Kinnear and Benjamin Winsor.
Cockin, John. (Probate Book J-258) Will Wr. 15 Sept. 1852. Rec. 9 Dec. 1852. Nephew: George Beatty; Sister, Nancy Beaumont; Elizabeth Beatty, daughter of George and Ann Beatty. William Beatty, son of James Beatty. Nephew, John Lawton. Rest divided equally between Joseph Beatty, Mary Beatty, James Beatty, Hannah Montgomery, Mary Ann Beatty, Elizabeth Berin, Charlotte Gaines, Henrietta Martin. George Beatty, executor. Witnesses: Beverly Vawter and William Vinson.
Coleman, George. (Probate Book F-283) Will Wr. 20 March 1843. Rec. 15 June 1844. Madison, lot on Walnut St., between African Church and Crooked Creek. Wife, Elizabeth.
Collins, W.W. (Book B?) Will Wr. 17 Nov. 1879. Rec. 30 Dec. 1879. Lavina Collins, my wife, and my sons, P.J. and Smith Collins to be exec. My son, William A. Collins, three sons, James, Smith and Harry, money for watches, horse and buggy to my grandsons, Clifford and Frederick, sons of William A., Harry son of P.J. and James son of Smith.
Comingore, Daniel. (Probate Book G-150) (H-60) Will Wr. 1 Dec. 1846. Rec. 21 Jan. 1847. Son, Daniel, 123 acres, west end of farm I now live on. Wife, Rachel. Sons, John and Levi. Daughter: Elizabeth Davis and her children. Executors: wife and John Chambers. Witnesses: Andrew Wood, John Harris Robert Benham.
Comingore, Rachel. (Book A-3) Will Wr. 12 Nov. 1852. Rec. 8 March 1853. Everything I own at my death to my son, Daniel Comingore if he pays the following to my other children and grandchildren. Son, John, $10, dau. Betsys children, $10; Son, Levi, $10. Daniel appointed exec.
Comley, Absolom. (Probate Book E-186 or 188) Milton Stapp, gdn. of Eleanor Comley, age 15; Elizabeth Comley, age 11. Heirs of Absolom Comley. [One DAR transcription has this as Absolom Conley. Other correctly lists it as Comley.]
Connal, H.C. (Will Book A p. 5) 29 Dec. 1813 Property of mentioned. App: John Chambers, Alexander Chambers, Joshua Tull. Total $223.10; p. 9 22 Jan. 1814. Property
sold; p. 11, sold for $114.1350
Connally, Michael. (Book B-111) 5 Jan. 1874. My wife, Nancy, and after her death to my children or their heirs, except my dau. Mary Mouser. Her share to go to her son Andrew Finneran. My wife and David Everhart, execs.
Connel, Thomas. (Book A) Adm.
Conner, Lewis. (Will Book A-97.) Will Wr. 16 Sept. 1817. Rec. 19 Sept. 1816. Of Pittsburgh Twp. Wife, Polly, land, cattle, sheep, hogs, all possessions to raise children till of age. Son Lewis; other children. Witnesses: Jos. McIntosh, David Golay, Jas. McCarty. (Deed Book 16-207) John Conner and wife Elizabeth of Cass Co., sell land in SE1/4 2-5-11 interest in estate of Lewis Conner; (Deed Book 16-205) William B. Benefiel and wife Phoebe, Nancy Conner and Elizabeth Conner sell interest in 2-5-11 as heirs of Lewis Conner on 12 Feb. 1834. (Deed Book 16-210) Wharton and Elias Conner sell interest in 2-5-11 as heir of Lewis. (Deed Book D-345) James Conner and wife Mary, Atwell David and wife Rebecca and Jane Conner sell interest in 2-5-11 as heirs of Lewis Conner on 13 Sept. 1825. (Deed Book E-83) William Conner and wife Sarah, James Hayes and wife Sarah, and George Tucker and wife Mary, all of Wayne Co., Ind., sell interest in 2-5-11 as heirs of Lewis Conner on 11 Oct. 1837.
Connolly, Mary. (Book A-5-5.) Will Wr. 28 June 1870. Rec. 1 July 1870. Mrs. Mary McGuire, heir.
Conover, John Berlew. (Probate Book D) Will Wr. 23 July 1836. Rec. 29 Aug. 1836. Mother, Sarah Conover of Dayton, Ohio. John lived in South Hanover, Ind. Witnesses: John Bruner, Asahel Munson, Geo. W. Whitworth.
Conover, Obadiah B. (Probate Book D). Benjamin H. Conover, son, age 17, chose gdn. Tilly B. Brown. Probate book D-155.
Consley, Elizabeth. (Book B-634.) Will Wr.: 15 Dec. 1881. Rec. 26 Feb. 1883. My son, Jacob P. Consley, whole estate.
Consley, Thomas. (Complete Record I-186). Estate of Sarah Fix. August Term 1843. William Fix, gdn ex parte, swore that Consley died in 1832 owned land in the SE1/4 Sec. 12 Twp. 2N Range 9E. Consleys heirs included Sarah Consley who married Fix and seven others. Sarah died 1833 and left her children as heirs.
Conway, Henry. (Probate Book I-546.) Settlement of estate. Heirs: William Conway; Rebecca Woodfill; John West and wife, Eliza Jane West; Nancy Conway; Isaac Conway; Sarah Conway. Administrators: Robert Benefiel and William Robbins.
Conway, William. (Book A-246.) Will Wr. 13 June 1862. Rec. 21 July 1862. To my wife, Elizabeth. John W. Conway, Joseph William, George, Mary Ann Nicholson [Name is given as both Nichols and Nicholson]), Nancy Jane Giltner, Cornelia Conway, $1,000 each; To the children of Elias and Eliza Abrams, each $50, Elisa being decd. Also to children of A.G. Edwards and Ruth Edwards, my dau., now decd, $100. My Conway, John k and wife, and bro. James Wallace, execs.
Cope, David. (Book A-372.) Will Wr. 15 Aug. 1821. Rec. 4 Feb. 1822. Wife, Charlotte Cope to have real estate. Son, James should be taught reading and writing. Estate to later be divided equally among children: Elizabeth Cope, Minery Cope, Pollyann Cope, Charlotte Cope, Jesse Cope, Margaret Cope, and Anna Cope. Exec. Jesse Cope and John Thomas Sr. Witnesses: Ebenezer Ingalis, James Bellow and Robert Barton. ( Probate Book A 1835) David died 1821. Charlotte, widow, gdn. of Jesse L. age 18; Margaret B., age 18; Ann M.F. Cope, age 16; Elizabeth Cope, wife of John Cope; Polly Ann, wife of Simon; Thomas; Charlotte, wife of Louis Mickins. (Book D-260) Charlotte Cope, gdn of Jesse L. Cope, Margaret B. Cope, Ann W.F. Cope, heirs of David Cope Decd. Page 321, land sold to John & Alex Reed.
Cope, James. (Probate Book G-302.) Will Wr. 13 July 1847. Rec. 21 Aug. 1847. Wife, Susanna; children, not named. Executors: wife and Peter Antell. Witnesses: John H. Bowen, Robert New, Robert Campbell.
Cope, Jesse L. (Probate Book A 1836.) Wife, Sarah Cope, decd; Samuel Dugan, gdn. Of George, Mary and Eleanor Cope. William Cope, gdn. of David Cope. Three children of age. Land 31-5-11. (Book C) Sarah Cope, widow. Heirs: Jonathan, William, Robert, David, George, Mary, Eleanor. (Book B) David Cope, age 19 in 1837; Sarah Cope, adm.
Cope, Jonathan. (Book A-207.) Will Wr. 18 Sept. 1819. Rec. 1 Nov. 1819. Oldest son, Jonathan, $5; youngest son, Jesse, $5, son, David land in 36-4-11, 40 acres. Four daus. Sarah Denny, Betty Hinton, Polly Hill, and Gaby? Chole (Cahill). Witnesses: John Thomas, William Cope, Joseph Thomas.
Cope, Sarah. (Probate Book A 1834.) Jonathan Cope Jr., adm. Heirs: Jonathan, William, Robert. Infant heirs, George, Mary, Eleanor, and David. George Cope, age 14, chosen, Samuel Dugan, gdn; also gdn of Mary and Eleanor Cope, under 14. Final settlement, pg. 380. Pg. 394, William Cope, gdn. of David Cope. Pg. 498, Samuel Dugan gives final report; Mary, Eleanor and George chose William Cope, gdn. (D-386.) Samuel Dungan reports on land of Jesse L. and Sarah Cope 1836. William Watlington buys land.
Copeland, James. (Book C-284.) July 1830 James Copeland, adm. of Elisabeth Williams, decd; final settlement, H.B. Hukell, gdn. of Samuel and Mary Jane Williams. W. Copeland, gdn. Of George M. Williams. Recd of Mary Skeen adm. of estate of David Skeen, decd. $14.25 part of portion of Eleanor P. Copeland, of estate of Eleanor Skeen, decd. 30 Apr. 1830
Copeland, James. (Book C 1829.) Appointed gdn. of his daughter, Eleanor P. Copeland, age 6 yrs.
Copeland, James. (Book A-207.) Will Wr. 10 June 1860. Rec. 24 April 1861. Polly Copeland, my wife; Mary Frances, daughter; Robert D. Copeland and James Madison Copeland, sons; Eleanor P. Warfield, $100; Allen A. Copeland, William H. Copeland, Eliza Ann Warfield. Malissa J. Salyers, Mary Frances Copeland.
Copeland, Samuel. (Book A, Book B-181.) Heirs: Wesley, Thomas, Elizabeth Williams, Daniel K. Mitchell and wife, Polly, Henry B. Hukill and wife, Rachel; John Copeland, Hezekiah M. Young and wife, Sarah. William Copeland, Milton Copeland, land NW 10-5-11, transferred by John Bice to Samuel 30 Jan. 1819. Book A gives Rachel, age 16, Wesley, age 20, William, age 11. Book B-148, names son, James, pg. 133. (Book C-180) distribution of shares to heirs. (Book C-295), 18 March 1822, Delilah Copeland, wife of Samuel; names heirs as given above. Land 1,100 acres. Negro George living in Woodford Co., Ky. (Will Rec. B-148.) 18 Oct. 1825. Samuel died 1821. Meshack Hyatt, adm. (Book A-294, 295) Rachel, 16 years 9 mos 11 days, chose James Copeland as gdn; Wesley, age 20 years 2 mos. 8 das, chose William Copeland; Milton or William age 11, chose James Copeland.
Copeland, Thomas. (Deed Book 2-654.) Thomas Copeland and wife, Sarah to Smallwood and Elijah Copeland, SW 20-50-11.
Corya, Isaac. (Book A-115.) Will Wr. 8 July 1858. Rec. 9 Sept. 1858. Of Lancaster Twp. My three daus. Caroline M., Emily W, and Susan D.; Sons: Asbury S. Michael H., William F., James and John O, Lafayette C., David W.
Cosby, Archibald. (Probate Book D) Will Wr. 16 June 1835. Rec. 11 Aug. 1835. Lived in Madison. Wife, Malinda. Daughter, Caroline has recd. all of first wifes estate. Other children to share equally.
Cosby, John. (Causby) (Probate Book I-79.) Wr. 18 Apr. 1850. Rec. 6 July 1850. Wife: Malinda. Children: William, Sarah, James, Malinda, Mary, John, and Joseph. John and Joseph are the two youngest. Henry Cosby and Polly Robinson, son and daughter of my decd. brother, Henry. Decd son, Robert. Wife, David Brown and John Chambers, executor. Witnesses: James Aberdein and Andrew Wilson.
Cosby, Malinda. [DAR Records has this initially as Cosley, but children as Cosby] (Book A-85.) Will Wr. 21 July 1857. Rec. Sept. 1857. To my daughter, Sarah Cosby, $100 and my two infant sons, John Cosby and Joseph Cosby, share and share alike. My other children, William, James, Malinda and Mary.
Cosby, Sarah. (Book B-63.) Will Wr. 24 March 1873. Rec. 5 May 1873. My niece, Mary Fox of Cincinnati, Ohio. Bro. Joseph Cosby. Niece, Sarah Wilson. Sister, Mary E. Fox; to Sarah Thornton, bedstand and pillows. Charlotte Thornton, feather bolster; Marie Flood, dishes. Mrs. Harriet Thornton, all money after expenses to go to upkeep of family cemetery near Kent road four miles from Madison. Elias Wallace, adm. Witnesses: Jerome Mullen, Julia Anderson.
Cosby, Richard. (Probate Book F-112) Will Wr. 7 Mar. 1843. Rec. 3 June 1843. Wife Henrietta; son Thomas and other children. Son-in-law Vaton Smith.
Cosby, William. (Book A-31.) Will Wr. 22 July 1854. Rec. 4 Nov. 1854. Being 35 years of age this day, my wife Sarah Ann until she remarries, then to my five children: Floyd Ann [?], Oliver Lewis, Emma Caroline, William Luther and Charles Edward. My wife, sole exec.
Cowden, John D. (Probate Book H-460.) Will Wr. Sept. 1848. Rec. 1 Oct. 1849. Daughter: Elizabeth Cowden Harper; two negro slaves I own in Ky. Wife Margaret and her children, three slaves in Ky. Executor: John A. Markley. Witnessed at Madison, Ind., by Wm. H. Taylor, Wm. H. Dutton.
Cox, Asa. (Book B.) Adm.
Cox, Asa. (Probate Book E-453.) Err Cox, Mary Cox, Peter Lame, Mary Lame, Martin Calvert, Elizabeth Calvert, Theophilus Bryan, Hannah Bryan, John Watts, Ruth Watts, Henry Cox, Christina Cox, Asa Cox, Mary Cox, William Beebe, Nancy Bebkee, Sarah Cox, George M. Cox, Ruth Cox, the widow of Asa Cox.
Cox, Christopher. (Probate Book D-126.) Chris. Cox, decd. William C. Sullivan, adm. P. 156. Inventory 1 Feb. 1834. P. 410. Heirs: Susan Cox, age 16; chose Geo. W. Coghill, gdn. James Littlejohn, appointed gdn. of John A. Cox, age 13; Christopher Harrison Cox, age 12; Charlotte Cox, age 8. Pg. 391, final settlement. Pg. 465, James Littlejohn, appointed gdn. for children. Probate Book A 1834.
Cox, Edwin R. (Book B-239.) Will Wr. 18 Dec. 1872. Rec. 28 Dec. 1875. To my beloved wife, Nancy W. Cox, for support of herself and our children (not named). Witnesses: Henry C. Kyle and Thomas J. Humphrey.
Cox, Elizabeth. (Complete Record C-115 et seq.) 12 July 1852. Elizabeth Cox departed life leaving these children: John Cox, Ruth Cox, Er Cox (could this be Eve?), Polly Bartlett, Sarah Cox, Elizabeth Cox, Asa Cox, Able Cox, Lydia Cox. Her heirs were defendants in petition to partition estate of Elizabeths father, Joseph Lame Sr.
Cox, Gillium H. (Book B-649.) Will Wr. 7 Aug. 1882. Rec. 21 May 1883. To my wife, Emma Cox.
Craig, Catherine. (Book B-233.) 23 Jan. 1875. To Emily Craig, my sister, $100; Walter S. Roberts, my nephew; John Roberts, my nephew; bros. John Craig and James Craig.
Craig, DeKalb. (Book A-326.) Will Wr. 19 Sept. 1864. Rec. 23 Feb. 1864. Municipolis, county of Hemepin, state of Minn. To my wife, Nettie F. Craig.
Craig, James. (Book B-272.) Will Wr. 24 Oct. 1861. Rec. 14 June 1876. Being about to join the 6th regiment of Indiana Volunteers now in Kentucky to my wife, Margaret Craig and my dau. Elizabeth.
Craig, John Sen. (Book A-130.) Will Wr. 23 Apr. 1859. Probated 10 May 1859. My wife, Margaret Craig to have during her life time. To my grandson, Robert Dunlap, son of my daughter, Margaret Dunlap, wife of John Dunlap. My sons, Robert B. and William. My daus. Mary Andrew (wife of John Andrews) and Ellen Craig, one third interest.
Craig, John J. (Book A-519.) Will Wr. 18 Dec. 1870. Rec. 2 Jan. 1871. Wife, Nancy. Sons, John, James H. And William. Daus. Catherine, Emily, Mary Ann Coats.
Craig, Margaret. ( Book A-313.) Will Wr. 30 Aug. 1861. Rec. 6 Sept. 1864. My son, R.B. Craig, $200; my dau. Mary Andrews, $200; grandchild, Robert Dunlap, $100 and to heirs of my son, John Craig, decd of Cincinnati, $100. The remainder to my dau. Ellen Craig.
Crane, James. (Book B 1824.) Adm.
Crane, Simeon H. (Probate Book F.) p. 80. Feb. 1843. Mary Crane, Sarah Matilda Crane, John Caleb Crane, Nathan Crane, Elizabeth Crane, Simeon Crane and John Crane, heirs of Simeon H. Crane dec.
Crank, Cynthia G. (Book B-652.) Will Wr. July 1882. Rec. 27 Aug. 1883. Lancaster Township. Whole estate to my son, Orson W. Crank.
Cravens, James W. (Book A-203.) Will Wr. 29 Nov. 1860. Rec. March 1861. My wife, Hannah B. Cravens and my children, Emma Jane, John and Honora Ann. My sister, Martha A. Cravens, my mother, Mary Cravens.
Cravens, Robert. (Book A. adm.) (Book B) adm 1826. (Book C) Sarah G. Goode, gdn of John B. Cravens, orphan of Robert Cravens and Samuel M. Goode, infant of Samuel H. Goode.
Cravens, Thomas. (Book A-185.) Will Wr. 16 Aug. 1860. Rec. 29 Aug. 1860. My daughter, Lucinda C. Thompson, use of the farm. My two sons, John Gill and Thomas Milton. Ellen C. Collett to be exec.
Crawford, David. (Book A-326.) Will Wr. 10 Oct. 1861. Rec. 17 Oct. 1861. To my wife Sarah, as long as she lives, then to my son, William Crawford; my son, Jeremiah, $10; my dau. Mary Snodgrass, $10; Margaret Nay, $10; Delia Crawford, $10; Maria Cavia, $10.
Crawford, Isaac. (Book B. 1826.) Isaac Crawford, age 14, chose gdn. Mary Crawford widow of Isaac; property sold at home of James Crawford, 1826.
Crawford, Samuel. (Book A-21.) Will Wr. 6 March 1850. Rec. 12 Apr. 1854. Son, Samuel Crawford, all the farm if he pays my other children the following: Rebecca Crawford, $112; Rachel Currie, $112; Polly Crawford, $112; James Crawford, $112; Joseph Crawford, $112; Margaret Jane Crawford, $112; Martha Crawford, $112.
Crawford, Thomas. (Book A Probate Book A.) 1835. Jane Crawford, widow; land in 26-40-10. Heirs: William B. Brown and wife, Alice Crawford Brown; Thomas H. Crawford. Samuel T. Crawford; James Crawford. Book D-320.
Crawley, Thomas. (Book A.) adm.
Crittenden, Mings. (Book B.) 1840.
Crothers, John. (Book A-301.) Will Wr. 4 Apr. 1859. Rec. 4 March 1864. My wife, Jane, to have everything.
Crowe, John Finley. (Book A-168.) Will Wr. 16 Jan. 1860. Rec. 25 Jan. 1860. My daughter, Caroline E. Coulter, $400 for the benefit of her two sons, John Merle and Stanley; my son, Benjamin Walter, all my wearing apparel. Execs. James Blythe Crowe and Joshua Bolless Garritt.
Crozier, John. (Probate Book Y 645.) Will Wr. 22 Aug. 1845. Rec. 29 Dec. 1845. Madison, 1st house on 3rd St., deed from Hiram B. Seamon, 1844.
Culbertson, William. (Book B.) 22 May 1826. Appraisers, Abr. Hite and William Gordon. (Book B-214) Inventory.
Cummins, David. (Probate Book F-290.) Will Wr. 23 July 1844. Rec. 12 Aug. 1844. Wife, Anna D. (Only married a short time.) Children: Jacob White Cummins; John Robert Cummins; Josina Cummins; Mary Jane Williams, wife of Nicholas O. Williams; Sarah S. Cummins; David Cummins; Martha Ann and Frances Ann Maria, these two infants.
Cunningham, William. (Book B-360.) Will Wr. 23 Nov. 1863. Rec. 15 Sept. 1875.
Jefferson Co., Ky. To my wife, Kegiah, [probably Keziah] to receive all and also to be exec.
Curry, John. (Probate Book E-214.) Will Wr. 31 May 1838. Rec. 13 Feb. 1839. South Hanover. Daughters: Harriet Thornton to receive income from firm of Walker and Curry. Daughter: Ann B. Curry; Eliza Thornton, lots in Hanover; grand children (Ann and Elizas children.) Son: William R. Curry, now living in Montreal. Servant Lucy to be set free provided she can get security to satisfy Co. Court of Oldham, where she now lives. David Walker, executor. Witnesses: James Morrow, Thomas W. Hynes.
Curtis, John. (Book B-575.) Will Wr. 11 Aug. 1866. Rec. 11 Sept. 1882. To my wife, Nancy Curtis, and after her death to my dau. Elizabeth Curtis.
Cutler, Otway. (Will Book A-186.) Will Wr. 6 April 1819. Rec. 9 July 1819. Wife, Harriet. Only Daughter, Sophia Ann Cutler. Brother, Alfred. Mentions Evaline Cutler, age 14 and Margaret Ann Haas. Executors: Michael Haas, Ezra Haas. Witnesses: James Ward, Joseph Switzer and Jacob Cutler.