Daggitt, John. (Book A adm.) Catherine Daggit, widow; Simon, age 2, Nealy, age 17; John, age 12; Stephen, age 4, Orpha, age 10.
Daily, Rude. (Book B-514.) Will Wr. 16 Sept. 1879. Rec. 13 Aug. 1881. My wife, Nancy A. Daily, all rents, profits, etc. there being a marriage contract by the above parties. My son, Samuel G. Daily, his wife and children have already received their share; my other children, John Daily, William Daily, Emily J. Mayfield and Martin H. Dailey.
Davenport, William. (Book A-481.) Will Wr. 12 June 1869. Rec. 12 July 1869. Died in the state of Nebraska. Sons: John J. Devenport and William H. Devenport, both decd. Late of Woodford Co., Ill. Widow, Mary E.e. Son: Benjamin J. (Oto Co., Nebr.) Dau: Margaret E. Dewese (Logan Co., Kan.)
Davidson, Andrew. (Book A) adm. 1822
Davidson, Alexander. (Book B) 1834 Heirs are brothers and sisters: Moses, Thomas, James; Elijah Edwards and wife Charlotte; Isaiah Elliott and wife, Isabel; Harriet, Rachel; James Clanton and wife, Mary Ann; John Jewell and wife Sarah.(Book D-197) Alex Davidson, decd. James Davidson, adm. Page 221, Heirs repeated. Pg. 296, Land of A Davidson, NE of NE 19-4-10, 40 acres; one mill and mill seat on SW 20-4-10, 1 acre.
Davidson, Thomas. (Book D-3-43) [DAR gives this. Unclear if it is page 343 or three through 43.] 14 Feb. 1833, appraisers appointed. NW 1/4 29-4-10. Heirs of Thomas, Moses, Thomas, John Jewell and wife Sarah; Isabel, Rachel, Harriet, James Glanton (Clanton?), and Mary Ann. Moses and Alex not residents of state. Page. 103 Elijah Edwards appointed gdn. of Harriet and Mary Ann, infants, 1833.
Davis, Abijah. (Probate Book E-198) Will Wr. 27 Nov. 1837. Rec. 26 Dec. 1838. Saluda Twp. Wife, Catherine; granddaughter, Elizabeth Bennum and Sarah Catherine Bennum; SE corner of tract occupied by Robert Bennum; Robert to have use of ten acres till Sarah Catherine is 18. Twenty acres now occupied by my son, Joshua Davis; grandsons, William Littleton and Benjamin Fletcher, children of Joshua Davis. Son, Thomas Davis; his children, Abijah and Alexander. Witnesses: B.H. Warfield, Richard Voorhees, David Helm.
Davis, Edward. (Book B) adm., 1832. Book D 73-82-375-424-450-505, 1833. 18 acres Half of W1/2 SW1/4 30-3-9. John Arbuckle and A. Michael Manapile, appraisers. Robert Benham and John C. Patterson, adm. Elizabeth Davis bought land. Widow and heirs not named in Book B.
Davis, Francis. (Will Book A-85.) Will Wr. 15 March 1817. Rec. 2 June 1818. Son, Thomas; daughter, Milly or Molly. Other daughter first name not given. Grandson, John Davis. Adm. Thomas Davis. Witnesses: Richard Hubbard, Zachariah Davis. Thomas to have his plantation as long after death of wife. Molly to live their until she marries. Will is difficult to read, but he may have had both Molly and Milly as daughters.
Davis, James. (Probate Book B) adm. 1837. (Probate Book A) 1836. Mary R. Davis, mother and guardian of William W., David and James R. Davis. Land 24-3-8. (Book D-234) Mary R. Davis asks dower be set aside. NE 24-3-8, 1836, seventy two acres. Plat given on Pg. 451. (Book E-1) (F-1) Mary R. Davis, gdn. of William W., age 8, James R., age 20 Mos. (Probate Book E-2) 1837. John Arbuckle versus heirs of James Davis. NE 24-3-8, 160 acres. P. 36 gives seventy six acres to John Arbuckle on east side, west part to William W. Davis and James R. Davis.
Davis, Solomon. (Probate Book F-372) 1837. Mary, my wife to have plantation to sell. Polly Woodburn, daughter, Erastus Duncan, $25 (son), Betsy Davis, daughters. Handy and Charley, sons. (Book X-571) 1845. Mary Woodburn, Alexander Jones, Mary Davis, widow of James Davis, William Kempton, Handy T. Davis, Mary H. Davis, Preston Duncan.[One Transcription gives. William Duncan, Preston Duncan, Samuel Duncan & Sally Willock are not to share in property. [DAR transcribes this as Solomon Davis, but sons as Duncan.]
Davis, Thomas. (Probate Book E-308) Will Wr. 27 June 1839. Rec. 9 Dec. 1839. Wife, Betsy Smith Davis; farm Frac. Sec. SE 18-3-9, 120 acres north of Swanville, Republican Twp. Adopted son, Pleasant M.F.F. Kampton. Witnesses: Geo. Robinson, Hannah Hooker, Thomas F. Watts.
Dearborn, Richard. (Book D-226) Eliza Dearborn, widow; John Woodburn and Victor King, adm. (Book D-271) Eliza Dearborn, appointed gdn of Richard Dearborn, age 3; Sarah Martha Dearborn, age 1. (Book B) adm., wife, Eliza.
Defrocune, Mary Angela. (Book A-136) 19 July 1859. Age 57. To my sister-in-law of my first decd husband, Elizabeth Pollker, Herman Pollker, my husband, in Germany.
Delap, William. (Book C 1829) John King, gdn of George W. Delap, age 10; Mary, age 7, Elizabeth, age 5.
Demaree, Cynthia. (Probate Book F-192) David S. Demaree appointed gdn of Lana Jane Demaree age 16 years (Book F-190) Maria Demaree, aged 13, Daniel Perry Demaree, age 11; Henry Washington Demaree, aged nine; William Demaree, aged six years; and James Demaree, aged four years, infant heirs in Dower of Cynthia Demaree. [DAR records this as Cornelius Demaree Estate, but this appears to be the widow of Daniel Demaree.]
Demaree, Cornelius S. (Probate Book F-417) Sarah Jane,18 yrs; Maria Ann, 15 yrs; Daniel Perry Demaree, 13 yrs; Henry Washington Demaree, 11 years, William Riley Demaree, 9 years, James Madison Demaree, 11 yrs, Laodice Demaree, gdn.
Demaree, Daniel. (Book A) adm., (Book B) Wife Cynthia. Children: Cornelius; Henry; wife ______ [first name not transcribe] of Henry Voris, David, James, John. Samuel and Daniel, infants. (Probate Book G-379) Andrew Morton, gdn of John, Samuel and Daniel Demaree; Cornelius Voris, adm. Of estate of Daniel Demaree, 1847. (Probate Book C-270) Daniel Demaree, died 7 Dec. 1837, age 50; land NE 6-5-12. Land S1/2 SE 5-5-12. Wife, Cynthia, 1843, vs. Heirs, Henry, Phebe, David S., James H., John, Samuel, David, Cornelius. Children of Cornelius decd.: Laura Jane, Maria Ann, Daniel Levy, Henry Washington, William Riley, James Madison, minors. (Probate Book F-192) David S. Demaree appointed gdn of Lana Jane Demaree, aged 16, years, (F-190) Maria Demaree, aged 13, Daniel Perry Demaree, aged 11; Henry Washington Demaree, aged 9; William Demaree, age 6 years; and James Demaree, aged 4 years, infant heirs in Dower of Cynthia Demaree. (Probate Book F-194) Samuel Demaree, Daniel Demaree, Lana Jane Demaree, Maria Ann Demaree, Daniel Perry Demaree, Henry Washington Demaree, William Riley Demaree, and James Madison Demaree infant heirs of Daniel Demaree, decd. (DAR Note:This Daniel 1787-1837, buried Pleasant Presbyterian Cemetery)
Demaree, Daniel. (Probate Book G-223, Probate Book H-8) Will Wr. 21 Feb. 1845. Rec. 12 Apr. 1847. To William W. Demaree Sr., $200; to Samuel B. Demaree, $200; to Harrison Buford, husband of Nancy Ann Demaree, decd., $5, when Harriet Demaree shall reach age of 21; 2nd wife, not named; her children, Mary, John, Daniel L., William R., James H., Nathaniel, Sarah F. and Margaret. John to be cared for by family. (DAR note: This Daniel buried on his farm near Manville.)
Demaree, David. (spelled Dumaree) (Will Book A p. 77) Inventory, 1 Apr. 1817. Appraised by Alexander McNutee, Aaron Hogland, Michael Monroe. $177.50.
Demaree, Samuel. (Will Book B-202) Will Wr. 1 June 1826. Rec. 6 Sept. 1826. Wife, Mary, land SE and SW1/4 5-4-11 dwelling house and sawmill. Daughter: Susannah Lee, one third personal property; granddaughter, Mary Best, one third personal property after wifes death; granddaughter, Nancy Ann Demaree; granddaughter Betsy Jackman one half of one third of personal property, wife of Henry and daughter of Polly Hamilton and James Hamilton. Inventory page 231-232, Dec. 13, 1826.
Denny, Christopher. (Will Book C-344.) Will Wr. 30 Dec. 1830. Rec. 15 Jan. 1821. Sons, James, John, Samuel and William. Daughters: Elizabeth Melton, Mary Melton, Cynthia Lame. Land 23-5-10. John H. Bowen, executor. Witnesses: J.H. Bowen, Elijah Hopper, Arnold Custer.
[DAR transcribed Elizabeth and Mary Melton's surnames as Witton, Melton is correct.]
Denny, H.P. (Probate Book B 291) Harriet F. Denny, age 16 chose Otis Sprague, gdn.
Denny, James Sr. (Book A-225.) January 1875. My wife, Cinthia Denny, $100, in addition to the $300 already paid. My two daughters, Cassandra Burton and Elizabeth Custer, all personal property, after decease of my wife. My three grandchildren, Elizabeth Morrison, James Morrison and Mary Jane Morrison, $1 each. My son, John W. Denny, $400 and 40 acres. Witnesses: Benjamin Penn and Enos Miles
Deputy, Joshua. (Book A-493) Will Wr. 7 July 1868. Rec. 2 May 1870. Widow, Polly. Sons: James W. Deputy; Joseph S. (His debt is canceled); Sons-in-law, Milton Smith and William Deputy. Hetty A. Nolton ( a debtor), debt canceled for her share of estate; Henry Deputy, debt canceled for his share of estate. Allen W. Deputy (son of Henry) Mark Deputy (son of Joseph S.) Other children: Solomon, William B., Polly M., Deputy, Sally Ann Office, Martha J. Smith, Elizabeth Hutchings.
Deputy, Solomon, (JP 59) 15 July 1816, Sarah Deputy and Joshua Deputy granted letters adm. Middleton Robinson, Henry Dixon, securities. (Will Book A p. 50) 15 Oct. 1816. Sale, $1,089.10. Page 55, Appraised by George Cardinal, Patrick Wilson, Thomas Gazeway. Bill of sale 24 July 1816, $440.36. P. 81, Joshua and Sarah gdn of Silvester Deputy, Esther Deputy, William Deputy, Joshua Deputy, Mary Deputy and Solomon Deputy, orphans of Solomon. P. 86. Joshua and Sarah give additional Security of $2,000, through Middleton Robinson and Henry Dixon.
Devaroche, John. (Book A-63) Will Wr. 17 May 1856. Rec. 11 June 1856. My wife, Mary, to have all and to be exec.
Deversey, Catherine. (Book B-613) Will Wr. 29 Nov. 1882. Rec. 26 Dec. 1883. Widow of late John Deversey, decd, my dau. Barbara Casper, one part; son, Nicholas Deversey, one part; Matthias Deversey, one part; my son, Jacob, the remaining part; to my son, Joseph, $25 or to his children by his first wife, Catherine Deversey and Louisa Deversey, equally.
Devroone, John. (Book A-63.) Will Wr. 17 May 1856. Rec. 11 June 1856. My wife Mary to have mill and to be exec.
Dibble J. (Probate Book E-508, 527, 562) Henry Dibble, adm. 1841. Widow, Sarah; children: Silas, Charles, George, Harvey, Alonzo, Sarah, John, Jonathan, Sylvanus.
Dickerson, Jesse. (Probate book A) 1835. Mentions Sarah and Abraham Dickerson. (Probate Book D-284) John Ritchie, adm. Page 464, widow and children. Page 467, Stephen Dickerson, age 18, Hester Dickerson, age 16, chose Sarah Dickerson, gdn. Court appointed gdn for John Dickerson, Henry Dickerson and Sarah Dickerson, minors under 14. John Ritchie, security.
Dickerson, Lambert W. (Book A-255) Will Wr. 28 Sept. 1859. Rec. 28 Nov. 1862. All to my wife, Margaret. My son, William Hugh Dickerson, $100, after the death of my wives to my children; namely, Elizabeth G. Wells, John, Silas, Charlotte Smith, Stephen L. George K., William H., Esther, Mary A., and Julia L. Dickerson, 1/10 part. Daniel P. Monroe to be exec.
Dickey, Joel. (Book B-143) 26 May 1874. My wife, Sarah; children, Edward E. and John R.
Dickson, Abraham. (Book A-491) Will Wr. 11 Feb. 1869. Rec. 25 March 1870. Widow, Elizabeth; son, William J. Dickson, granddaughter, Eliza (Wm. Js dau); Mary Ealey, wife of Thomas Ealey was left a house by someone.
Dickson, Richard M. (Probate Book D 464) John Jacob Dickson, age 12. William M. Dickson, age 9. Heirs of Richard M. Dickson, chose George Robinson, gdn. (Name also spelled Dixson)
Dickinson, Jesse. (Complete Record C-131) 31 Oct. 1851 John Campbell and Esther, Sarah Dickinson the elder, Henry L. Dickinson, et al., vs. Cornelius Vannice, Sarah Dickinson, Jesse L. Barhoof, petition for partition. Jesse was co-owner of tract with John Dickinson in NW1/4S1/4 Sec. 23 Twp. 4N Range 10E. Jesse Dickinson left widow Sarah Dickinson the elder, children Esther Dickinson, now Campbell, Susan L. Dickinson, Caroline P. Dickinson, Sarah Dickinson. Susan m. Cornelius Vannice, resides in Iowa, Caroline m. George Borhoop who had child Jesse Theodore Borhoop. Caroline died somewhere in Kentucky. Esther Dickinson m. John Campbell. Sarah Dickinson the younger is under 18; Stephen L. Dickinson, living in Owen Co., Ky., sold his interest in the estate on 7 June 1848. Settlement, pager 133, widow received 1/3 part including the house; Susan Dickinson, now Vannice, 1/6; Jesse Theodor Borhoop, son of Caroline 1/6; Stephen L. Dickinson, 1/6; Esther Campbell, 1/6; Henry L. Dickinson, 1/6; Sarah Dickinson, 1/6. Page 126, Stephen L. Dickinson m. Juliann.
Dickinson, John. (Complete Record C-131) 31 Oct. 1851, died in 1835 as a co-owner of tract in NW1/4S1/4 Sec. 23 Twp. 4N Range 10E. (No other information about John.)
Dinwiddie, Archibald. (Will Book A p. 94) 12 Sept. 1818. Davis (?) Anderson, Samuel McClug, William McCaslin to appraise estate. (Book E-191, 192) Land, Sec. 2-3-9. Margaret Dinwiddie, gdn for John, age 3, Andrew, age 12, Jane age 6, orphans of Archibald; James age 16, Archibald, age 14, chose Robt. Simenton, gdn. (Book C) 1827. Heirs: William Dinwiddie; Betsy Smith; James Dinwiddie; Archibald Dinwiddie; Margaret Dinwiddie; Jane Dinwiddie; John Dinwiddie.
Dixon, Daniel. (Book E-1) Nathaniel Gregg, appointed gdn of Daniel Dixon. In settlement of estate of Daniel Gregg, 1832.
Dixon, Henry. (Will Book C-164; E-281) Will Wr., 19 Aug. 1839. Rec. 10 Sept. 1839. Wife, Alcy; sons: Jesse, Alexander, the youngest; Henry W., and John. Settlement of estate gives: John, Patrick; Daniel M. Hill and wife; Samuel, Ellison, Henry, Williamson, Jesse M., and Alexander Dixon. Witnesses: Thomas Hill and Walter Goodhue. (Probate Book F-90) John Dixon, Patrick W. Dixon, Daniel M. Hill and wife, Samuel Dixon, Ellison Dixon, Henry Dixon, Williamson Dixon, Jesse M. Dixon, Alexander Dixon, John and Henry Dixon, James? Smyth exec. (Complete Record I-164) 8 May 1843. Henry W. Dixon, John Dixon and James J. Smith, commissioners, recited that Dixon died 10 Sept. 1839. Will recited: Wife Alcy. Sons Jesse and Alexander to received horses, saddles and bridles as they may claim. Youngest son, Alexander, one suit of cloths. Son Henry W. fifty bushels of wheat. Wife Alcy to receive mansion home and proceeds of grain sale during her life. All real estate to be sold.? Inventory p. 165, sale p. 167, conducted 4 Oct. 1839.
Dixon, John. (Book B) Adm.
Dixon, Patrick. (Book B) 1823
Dixon, Richard M. See Dickson
Donnahoe, (Donahue John) (Book B-66) Will Wr. Feb. 1873. Rec. May 1873. My wife, Lavina, personal and real estate for her natural life; my daus, Sarah Catherine and Laura, my present residence; my sons, John, James and Paul. James Donahue, adm. Witnesses: E.T. Dickey, John R. Dickey and Wm. A. Gray.
Doolittle, . Rachel Doolittle, infant, 1821. [Deceaseds name not given.]
Doolittle, Martha. (Book A p 21) Will Wr. 11 1874 Rec. 20 Apr. 1875. Husband, Rolla Doolittle, lot 37 Old town Madison. (Deed Book 17 p. 437-438. Deed 19 p. 284-285). Three daughters, Georgia Ann Fitch, Eliza E. Watts, Jesse B. Doolittle. Husband to be exec.
Dorsey, Adelaide P. (Book A-65) Will Wr. 20 Feb. 1856. Rec. 15 July 1856. To my son, James H., my family Bible; to my son, Andrew J. and Charles Henry and My daughter, Mary C., all real estate to be owned by them equally.
Doss, Nancy. (Book A-212) Will Wr. 25 Feb. 1875. Rec. 17 April 1875. Children, John H. Doss and Ferwainna ? Doss; mother, Eliza McClannahan, gdn of my children and also my exec. [DAR transcript has type overs on the name Doss, which could also be Does.]
Douglass, Thomas. (Deed Book H-295) Names mother, Catherine, widow of John B. Douglass, late of Meriden, Conn. Lot in Madison, 243? 12 Apr. 1819.
Douglas, Simon H. (Book C) Will Wr. 20 Sept. 1830. Rec. 7 Oct. 1830. Lebanon, Warren Co., Ohio, adm.
Douglas, J.H. (Will probate book C-311) (not copied, according to Mary Hills notes)
Douthitt, Docia. (Book B-58) July 1872. My dau. Sarah C. D ______ [probably Douthitt], equally divided. James Douthitt, Thomas W., Silas D., Harriet Argner (Aigner?), Arvin Clarkson. Sarah C. D. _______, my children and or their heirs. Witnesses: Wm. Monroe and Amos Lockman. [Given the overlap in heirs list, Docia, is likely the same as Dorkey, wife of Thomas Dowthitt below. The transcription of some names are questionable.]
Dow, Thomas. (Guardianship) 25 Oct. 1855. William Dow, gdn of William, Robert, Thomas. Robert, William, Agnes, Jesse. 10 Sept. 1866. John Dow, gdn. (Deed Book 27-554) John, Thomas, Jeannette, Margaret and Nancy Dow, Robert, William, Agnes, and Jessie Storie, heirs of Thomas and Christie Story, widow, all of 5-4-12, except 15 acres to widow.
Dowthitt, John. (Book A-502) Will Wr. 14 Sept. 1857. Rec. 11 Feb. 1870. Wife, Dorkey. Sons: James, Silas, Thomas and Topley. Daus. Ann Clarkson and Nancy Mifford, Jane Johnson, and Sarah Catherine Russett (Russell?), Harriet Ward. Grandchildren: James Criswell and Laddy Raizor.
Driggs, Nathaniel. (Probate Book F) [Page number not transcribed] Sarah Driggs, widow, gdn of Maria Ann Boon, late Maria Ann Driggs, William S. Driggs, Lloyd B, Jonathan Austin? and Almyra, his wife; Sarah Ann, Samuel T. and Parthenia A, age 18 yrs, 10 mos.; Samuel T. 16 yrs 10 mos.
Dryden, John. (Book A-243) Will Wr. 7 May 1862. Rec. 9 May 1862. My wife, Polly Dryden, our homestead; to my daughter, Julian (?) Taylor, $145, she has already recd $300; my dau Rachel I. Law, $300, having recd $300; my dau, Sarah Stratton, $128, already has had $382. My sons: Thomas, Reuben H. Charles W., I have already given each $600; my youngest dau, Mary, $300, my son-in-law Charles L. Law to be exec.
Dryden, Reuben . (Book B-299) Will Wr. 4 Apr. 1877. Rec. 21 Apr. 1877. Graham Township. My wife, Rebecca Ann, my lawful heirs: Rebecca Ann Dryden, Margaret E. Dryden and Willie E. Dryden.
Dubach, John. (Book B) adm. (Book D-512). 1837. Maria Catherine, adm. (E-273) Heirs: Mary Ann, Charlotte Maria, George Washington, John, David, Frederick Louis, and Maria C. Widow.
Dunlap, William. (Complete Record I-215) Court 13 Nov. 1843, John King was appointed gdn of heirs of William Dunlap on 20 July 1829: George W. Dunlap, age 10, Mary, 7, Elizabeth 5. Robert Kennedy, James Alexander, Joseph Northcroft.
Dungan, John. (Probate Book F-197)Will Wr. 11 Oct. 1843. Rec. 6 Dec. 1843. Wife, Eleanor: land W1/2 SW 3-3-9; two acres 4-3-9. John H., N1/2 NW 3-3-9. Mary R. Davis; Sarah Shaleday; Martha Reed; Nancy Dungan; Eliza Shaledays children, John Simpson Shaleday and Eliza Jane Shaleday; S1/2 NW 3-3-9 and NE 10-3-9, except ten acres to James McMillian. Williamson Dunn, executor.
Dunning, Alfred. (Book B-449) Madison. Will Wr. 14 Apr. 1877. Rec. 17 July 1880. My house on corner of Broadway and Presbyterian Ave. to my brother and sister, Hannah Dunning, Martha Bowman, (Brown?) Benjamin Dunning and Joseph F. Dunning; Robert Bowman and Brunswick, Maine, and Samuel Polleys of Madison to be exec.
Dunwiddie, Archibald. (Book A-172 and 251) Margaret, approved gdn of John 3 yrs, 3 mos. 12 days; Andrew, 12; Margaret, 11 yrs, 1 mos., 11 days; Jane, age 6 yrs, 8 mos.
Dutton, William. (Will Book E-245) Wr. 20 Feb. 1840. Rec. 14 May 1840. Wife, Mary, lot on High and Cherry. Son, William H., store on corner Main Cross and Mulberry; son, George H., a minor. Jeremiah Sullivan, executor. Witnesses: S.C. Stevens, Moody Park, David Paine. (Book B) adm. Died April 1840. Wife, Mary. Children: William M. Amanda . Wills, wife of William Wells; George H.; Eliza; Sophronia, Stephen F. (Or T.?), Oscar and Mary L. Dutton. (Probate Book F-64) Sullivan appointed gdn of Heirs, Eliza Dutton, Sophronia Dutton, Stephen L. Dutton, Oscar H. Dutton, Mary L. Dutton, infant heirs of Mary Dutton, dower, share. (Complete Record I-643) August Term 1843. Will is also given in the Complete Probate Record Vol. C. p. 1. The will notes that Dutton owned a lot on the corner of High St. and Cherry Lane that extends to Second St. for his wife Mary. Proceeds from the sale of his estate were to support his minor children. This included dividends of bank stock. Mary was to receive $1,000 a year from the estate, $500 a year quarterly if she survived the childrens majority. Son William to receive $4,000, friend Almira Shields, $100. The remaining children were to receive an equal share of the remaining distribution. Page 5 gives the inventory on 5 June 1840. This included contents of three stores: Milton, Edinburg, and Columbus. The residence in August 1855 was $16,028.76. Page 52 lists widow Mary. Children: Amanda who married William Wells of Madison; William M.; Eliza who married Howard J. Collins; George H. Dutton; Sophronia Dutton; Stephen L. Dutton; Oscar H. Dutton, and Mary L. Dutton. Amanda died by 1855 leaving two children: William D. Wells and Benjamin Wells. George had died unmarried with no issue. William Wells was guardian of his children. William Wells, Benjamin Wells, and John Taylor were guardians of Mary Dutton; Sophronia married Easton. Stephen Dutton and Mary Dutton were unmarried at the settlement of the state.
Duvall, William. M. (Book A-82) Will Wr. Sept. 1856. Rec. August 1857. I wish to be buried close to my brother Joseph M. Duvall on Michigan Road Hill; my mother, Maria R. Duvall, interests on all my money; my brother, James F, and sister, Ann Neal, all personal estate, divided equally. John S. Neal, exec.
Dyer, Samuel. (Book B) Samuel Dyer, age 18, 1823, chose gdn.