Copyright 2000 by Robert W. Scott
Nay, James. (Book A-86) Will Wr. Sept. 1846. Rec. 23 Aug. 1848. Children: Samuel Nay, Mary Caplinger and John Nay, $100 each; Lucy Demaree, heirs, Sarah Noble, Mildred Perkins heirs, Martha Cline, Elizabeth Nay, Willet Nay, Nancy Nay and Harriet Nay. To be equal with Samuel, Mary and John. My wife, Nancy Nay. John H. Perkins, exec.
Nay, William. (Probate Book B-284) Will Wr. 26 March 1844. Rec. 15 June 1844. Son, Samuel H.; George B; dau: Rebecca Ann Paybody; Emily Maria Hempfield, all of Medina Co., Ohio. Wife, Elizabeth Nay. Children: Henry C., James P., Alfred, and Mary.
Nay, William. (Probate Book F-356) Elizabeth, Samuel H., George B., Rebecca Ann Peabody, Emily Maria Knopfield, James F. Nay, Alfred and Mary E.
Neal, Daniel. (Probate Book E) 1 Feb. 1846. John Monroe adm. On 21 Feb. 1848.
Heirs: William McKay and wife; John Monroe and wife; Noah Neal; J. Hollingsworth and wife; Harriet Neal; Sarah Neal p.. 282, settlement, 20 Feb. 1849
Neal, Helen H. (Book B-385) Will Wr. 31 July 1878. Rec. 17 Feb. 1879. My sister Narcissa Bachman, sole exec. Buy white marble monument for my brother, Alois O. Bachman; my husband, John L. Neal, Narcissa Bachman one quarter; Julia McKinney or her daughter, one quarter; Francis Ross, one quarter; my four sisters, Louisa Vawter, jewelry. My brother-in-law, Chas. Louis Holstein to be exec.
Neal, Jesse. (Complete Record U-189) 23 Jan. 1882. Charles L. Hankins adm. James Neal, Humphrey Neal, Albert McKay, sec.
Neaville, George Sr. (Book A-213) Will Wr. 26 Jan. 1860. Rec. 8 June 1861. To my son, George Neaville Jr. and my granddaughter, Jane Neaville and granddaughter Elizabeth Jane Neaville, $100 each. My wife, Elizabeth Neaville, my dau. Mary Fewell and Samuel Fewell and Margaret E. Fewell, her children, $25 each; to Martha Jeffries, child of my dau. Nancy Jeffries, $25.
Neaville, James. (Book C 1831) George Neaville, adm. (Book D)
Neaville, Thomas. (Book B) 1833. Eleanor, widow, Jemima, age 10 in 1840; James, age 6, in 1840; Thomas, age 6 in 1840. In 1840, Eleanor m. Joseph Kennedy. (Probate Book I) adm. George Neville, adm. Heirs: Thomas Neaville and Jemima, wife David Watson. (Book E 52) Settlement, Aug. 1837. Eleanor Neaville, widow; Jemima, age 5 last March James, age 3, last Feb., Thomas, age 1 last April. A. Neaville, gdn. (Probate Book F-81.) Jemima Neaville and Thomas Neaville, infant heirs of Thomas Neaville; Joseph Kennedy and Eleanor Kennedy, formerly Eleanor Neaville.
Needham, Lorenzo D. (Book E-591) Mahala Needham, adm. Sophia Needham, Jacob Lorenzo Needham and Mary Jane Needham, heirs. (Book ?) [Book not transcribed by DAR.] John R. Morledge apptd. gdn of Sophia Needham, Jacob Needham and Mary Jane Needham, infants. Mahala Needham, adm.
Neill, Samuel. (Book B-204) Will Wr. 17 Aug. 1870. Rec. 25 March 1875. Of Jennings Co. Sons: James, Samuel and John H. Present wife to have one third interest. Other children mentioned. Son, Willett A. Neall, exec.
Newbold, James W. (Book A-443) Will Wr. 6 May 1865. Rec. 17 Feb. 1869. To my wife, Maria T. Newbold, all estate. I request my body to be buried beside my decd son Albert A. Newbold at Pleasant Valley.
Nichols, Isaac. ( ) 24 Aug. 1843 Jacob Nichols, Ebenezer Larger and Rachel his wife, William P. Spurgeon and Melinda, heirs of Isaac Nichols intestate, to divided real estate.
Mary Shepherd and Joshua of Jennings Co., Jacob L. Nichols and Catherine, Eliza and Alex McCallister,
Nichols, Jacob. (Deed Book G-167) Jacob Nichols vs. Nancy Ann Nichols and Mathias Nichols, Isaac Nichols, Thomas Chancy and Elizabeth. John Clark and Abby, James Bland and Sarah, Margaret Ann Nichols, William D. Nichols, Leona Catherine Nichols, infant heirs of Jacob Nichols, 16 March 18476. (Order Book 14-57) 3 Dec. 1856 Hester Furnish, formerly Nichols, adm of Jacob Nichols decd. vs. Rachel Jane Nichols, Mary Ellen Nichols, Isaac Nichols, Matilda Nichols, Martha E. Nichols, Malinda Nichols, Edessa Nichols, children and heirs of Jacob Nichols decd. 53.32 acres in the E1/2 NE1/4 17-5-10. Jacob Nichols petition for partition 15 May 1847. (14-151) vs. Charles Rose, Leona Rose, Eli Jones and Mary Jones.
Nichols, James. (Probate Order Book U-69). Administrator Daniel P. Monroe reports on 30 March 1882 that he unsuccessfully tried to collect money due the estate. (Book V pp. 582-584) distribution of $345.58 to heirs on 11 Aug. 1884. Already paid in full were Alexander Nichols and heirs of Margaret Jackson (Paid to Thomas Jackson gdn.) Paid to Permelia Arbuckle, $30; to James Nichols, $25; The sum of $221.40 to be paid: James Nichols, $9.55; Permelia Arbuckle, $4.55; Joseph Merwin, $34.55; Edward Nichols, $34.55; William Nichols, $34.55; John Nichols, $34.55; Joseph Nichols, $34.55; Richard Nichols, $34.55.
Nichols, Joseph. (Book B-219) Will Wr. 9 May 1875 Rec. 11 June 1875. Of Dupont, Ind. Sister, Mary A. Wildman. Wit: J.C. Rawlings.
Nicholson, Thomas. (Probate Book A) 1837 Died 1830, Nancy Nicholson; gdn of John P. and Benjamin F. Nicholson, land NW 6-2-10. Heirs: William A.; Jesse C.; Nancy Cutler, late Nicholson; Larkin; James H; Cynthia Whitton, late Nicholson; Matilda Smith, late Nicholson; and two infant children, John P. and Benjamin F. (Book C) 1830, Nancy and Larkin, adms.
Nickolson, John. (Book A-470) Of Trimble Co., Ky. Greenup Nickolson, $300.
Nichum, Catherine. (Deed Book E-446) 1841. Joseph Nichum, gdn for Mary Jane Nichum, age 17, George Wesley Nichum, age 14; heirs of Catherine; also Malinda Catherine Nichum; age 13; Andrew Jackson Nichum, age 9; Parthenia Nichum, infant heirs of Catherine.
Nichlaus, Jacob. Elizabeth Nichlaus, Gdn of Maria, age 19, Rosena, age 18, Margaretta, age 16, Frederick, age 14, Louza, age 9, Augustus, age 7, heirs of Jacob Nichlaus.
Nocks, Reuben. (Book C) See Reuben Knox.
Nodler, Ferdinand. (Book A-472) Will Wr. 26 Aug. 1867. Rec. 4 Nov. 1869. My wife, Mary Nodler; dau of Charles Nodler, Mary Nodler. [Not clear if Mary Nodler is the daughter of Charles Nodler or the daughter is not named.] Conrad Nodler, brother.
Nodler, Martin. (Deed Book 33-412) 7 Feb. 1871. Conrad Nodler, John B. Nodler and Terresa, his wife, Mary Nodler, Chas Nodler, Anna Nodler, Charlotte Pfau and Sylvester, her husband; Agnes Wehrle and George, her husband, all heirs at law. Quit claim deed.
Noon, Michael. (Book B-48) Will Wr. 2 Jan 1873 My niece Maria Noon, all my property, real and personal. Wit: Thomas Donlan and John Clark.
Norris, Stephen. (Book B-672) Will Wr. 5 Dec. 1883. Rec. 29 Dec. 1883. My dau. Martha, $10; my son, Frank M., $10; Willis, $10; my grandchildren: Richard Norris, Edward Norris, Nettie Norris, $5.05 each; Laura B. Bader, $5.05. My step-daughter, Elizabeth Howlager, $10; Helena Goly, $10; Sophia Goly, $10; Susan Austrmuhele, $10. My step-son John Keller, $10. The remainder to my wife, Helena, and at her death to Chas. E. Norris.
North, Catherine H. (Book B-505) Will Wr. March 1862. Rec. October 1880. Town of Chazy, county of Clinton, New York. Wife of Russell C. North. Two houses and lots situated in the village of North Madison in trust for my son and child, John Heath North, when he reaches the age of 21; my sister, Mrs. Ann M. Branham, Railroad stock to my husband; one third to my brother, John G. Heath; one third to my sister, Ann M. Benham [sic Branham?] And one third equally to George G. H. Heath and my sister Isabella D. Whitehead; to Mrs. Catherine R. Crawford, my mothers gold watch and chain; my niece Isabella L. Whitehead; my sister in law, Addie Heath, brown silk dress, Emma Morledge and Annie M. Moorledge, granddaughter of the late Robert Branham; my cousin, Ann E. Carver and Albert G. Carver of Plattsburgh. To be buried on Staten Island and buried by my sister Eveline. Husband and brother and sister to be exec.
Norton, Samuel. (Will Book A p. 13) Adm. 26 Sept. 1813. (This may be error in DAR transcription of Samuel Thickston) p. 63, 27 Sept. 1815. Appraisers Willis Stucker, Eri Martin (sp?), William Norton, $34.1 P. 79. Samuel Alexander and Zebulon Foster, adm. 16 March 1818, sale, $3442.21. Due estate, $53.95. William McFarland.
Nuttallo, Linney Mrs. (Book A-462) Will Wr. 25 Aug. 1869. Rec. 25 Sept. 1869. To my son, Remus Nuttall.
Ogden, Daniel. (Book B) adm 1839. Heirs: Marcus, Izella, Daniel, who resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Book D) 158. Thomas Ogden, adm vs. Marcus Ogden and others. Thomas Ogden Jr.
Ogden, Thomas Sr. (Book A) Will Wr. 6 March 1864. Rec. 8 March 1864. My wife, Ruth, son, Thomas, the real estate, dau. Nancy, dau. Ruth, $5, dau. Martha, $5; dau., Hannah, $5; heir of my son, Daniel $1 each; dau. Sarah Ann, $5; dau. Margaretta, $5; dau. Nancy, $5.
Oldfield, James Sr. (Probate Book H-384) Will Wr. 14 Nov. 1844. Rec. 28 July 1849. Wife Deborah, lots in Madison. Dau: Ruth, son; James, all smiths tools; son, George, lots in Madison and Hanover, SW 12-3-9; wife and son, James, execs. Witnesses: John H. and Gaml Taylor. Codicil. Appoint Geo. Saberton and dau. Ruth, gdn of George, who is insane 12 Dec. 1844. 2nd codicil. 30 Dec. 1844. Ruth Oldfield and William Burgess appoint son-in-law and wife gdns. of George.
OLockley, John. (Deed Book H-212) Heirs of John OLockley Sr., 1822. Land granted by Pres. Monroe. Pricilla Johnson, late OLockley, 1833 to William OLockley, SE 5-4-10. [Hes apparently the same man as John OLoughlin.]
OLoughlin, John. (Will Book A-199) Will Wr. 7 Feb. 1819. Rec 19 Oct. 1819. George Washington OLoughlin, youngest son, SE 5-4-10. Sons, James and William, 32-5-10; sons Hiram and Pleasant, 27-5-10; grandson, John OLoughlin Jr.; daughter, Harriet OLoughlin. Lawsuit of George Strother of Gallatin Co., Ky. 123 acres in Locust, Gallatin Co., Ky., to five younger sons and dau. John Vawter gdn of Pleasant OLoughlin, age 10, 1820. [OLockley and OLoughlin probably same man.]
OLoughlin, John A. (Book A-199) Will Wr. 8 Feb. 1819. Rec. 19 Oct. 1819. George Washington OLoughlin, youngest son, land in 5-4-10 where I now live. four sons, $160 each. James and William, land in 8-5-10. Hiram and Pleasant (sons) land in 27-5-9. Grandson, John OLoughlin Jr., dau. Harriet OLoughlin, William Shannon, note for $333.33 1/4, interest until she is of age. There is a law suit pending against me in Gallatin Co., Ky., of George Strother. Wife (not named) 125 acres of land in Kentucky to be given unmarried sons as they become of age, five youngest sons and daus. Wit: James Rea and William Shannon.
ONeal, James. (Book B-404) Will Wr. 20 Dec. 1865. Rec. 6 Oct. 1879. My wife, Caroline, her support, then to my children and grandchildren, except son, Robert, who gets $1 only.
Ong, March C. (Book A-424) Will Wr. 20 Feb. 1868. Rec. 20 July 1868. To my husband, Oliver H. Ong and family.
Overstreet, William. (Book A-512) Will Wr. 6 Dec. 1869. Rec. 28 Sept. 1870. Wife, Edy. Bro. Samuel; Cousin, Silas.
Overton, James. (Book B-654) Will Wr. 28 Jan. 1882. Rec. 7 Sept. 1883. My beloved wife, Amanda, one quarter; one quarter to Sarah Maud Welch; one quarter to Robert Overton; one quarter to Rachel Overton.
Owen, Ezra D. (Probate Book J-257) Will Wr. 9 Sept. 1852. Rec. 2 Dec. 1852. Madison, wife not named. Two children, Mary, wife of William C. Vail; Theodore Adolphus Owen, a minor. Edwin Barbour, William Stapp, execs. Witnesses: Abraham Ennis, Howard Stapp.
Owens, George. (Book C) adm 1829.
Page, W.W. Sr. (Book B-522) Will Wr. 6 Dec. 1881. Rec. 21 March 1882. My wife, Rebecca Ann Page, all estate, Bachman monument. My son William to have my secretary; my grandson, William P. Foster and dau. Mary.
Park, Alexander. (Probate Book F-380) William Park, James Park, Janet McKeand, Jean Currie, Grisel Pauge (Pange), James Currie/Corrie, son-in-law. Grisel, wife.
Park, James. (Book B-264) Will Wr. 11 May 1876. Republican Township. My dau. Grace Taylor, wife of John Taylor, $200; my dau. Mary William, her heirs, etc; my wife, Jannett Park; Mary William took care of her mother; also my sons John and James and the heirs of my son Alexander Park, decd.
Park, Moody. (Book A-420) 9 March 1863. My wife, Mary Ann Park, children.
Patridge, (Partridge) Ira A. (Will Book A p. 80). 16 March 1818, Letters of adm to Edward Maxwell. Sec: John Maxwell and William Alexander. Adm 22 March 1820.
Patterson, James. (Book A-18) Will Wr. 13 June 1852. Rec. 30 March 1854. Saluda Township. To my son, William, my interest in land that was left to my wife Margaret by her father, William Bingham in Frac. Section 31 and Sec. 32-3-10; also money to the presbytery of Indiana.
Patterson, William. (Book A-467) Will Wr. 2 Oct. 1869. Rec. 26 Oct. 1869. My wife, Catherine, my house, etc, in Cedarville, Green Co., Ohio. Then to the descent of my son-in-law, Hugh Patterson Stewart.
Pattison, John C. (Book B) Will Wr. 12 Feb. 1837. Rec. 8 Dec. 1838. Wife, Mary. Sons: Daniel, John and Napoleon. Daughters: Martha, Josephine, and Thurza. (Book E-196) 6 Dec. 1838. Execs: Stephen Lee and A.C. Thom.
Patton, Aaron. (Probate Book A-194) Orlean Stafford and Jane, his wife; daughter of Huston Patton; son of Matthew who died 10 Oct. 1824. Jane, wife of Matthew Patton, died March 1833. James Patton, died without issue. Aaron died leaving several children. 100 acres on Betree Creek, Buncombe Co., N.C.
Patton, John. (Book B) adm. (Book C) H.E. Patton, adm. Died 1826. Infant children: James, Mary Ann, Sarah Emily. Grandchildren: Elizabeth. Hety Jane decd. James and Mary Ann Patton over 14, minors, chose Hez. E. Patton, gdn. Sarah Emily under 14.
Patton, Matthew. (Book B-107) Will Wr. 13 Aug 1824. Rec. 22 Oct. 1824. Wife, Jane. Sons: James, Caughby?, Huston Patton; Aaron Patton, now living in Buncombe Co., N.C. Daughters: Mary Long; Elizabeth Patton. Granddaughter, Jane Stafford, dau of Huston Patton. Son-in-law, Robert Rea. (Probate Book A) 1835. Mentions will of M.E. Patton. Aughtby Huston Patton; Robert Rea and wife Nancy, unknown heirs of Aaron Patton, decd of N.C.; William Long and wife, Mary, of Tenn. John Patton and wife, Elizabeth of Ky.
Paul, John. (Book C-358) Will Wr. 26 March 1827. Rec. 13 Apr. 1831. Wife, Sarah. Children: Ann P. Hendricks; Sarah G. Goode; John P. Paul. Grandsons: John Robert Cravens and Samuel Mackernesh Goode. Mrs. Jennie Mockbee mentioned.
Paul, John P. (Probate Book) A 1835. Adm. Died 30 Sept. 1835. William Hendricks. Ann P. Hendricks. Sarah G. Stevenson.
Pearce, James. (Probate Book A)1834, adm. (Book D-177) Thos. Watson, gdn of heirs.
Peddie, William. (Book B-313) Will Wr. 15 July 1877. Rec. 31 July 1877. My wife, Mary, and after her death to my children.
Penn, Ephraim. (Book A-74) Will Wr. 8 Dec. 1856. Rec. Jan. 1857. My wife, Mary Ann, all personal property; the rest to my children; Anna Millerous [Williams in one DAR edition.] John W. Penn, Susannah Mavity, wife of Henry, Rebecca Surber, wife of John, and Benjamin A. Penn. My son-in-law John Serber and my dau. to have control of farm. Henry Mavity, my son-in-law; a report that my son Benjamin is dead, the truth of which I do not know. Robert Kinnear to be exec.
Perdue, William. (Book B-59) Will Wr. Aug. 1871. Phillip W Perdue and Calvin R. Perdue, nothing. Sons: Jesse and William. Dau: Polly Rayhill; dau. Emily Ann Thompson; my son William Henry Perdues five children, $1 each. Jesse, adm. Wit: John Roe and Bard Elvin.
Perkinson, Elisha. (Book A-291) Will Wr. 7 Aug. 1860. Rec. 17 Aug. 1860. My wife, Mary, children mentioned, only Andrew named.
Perry, John M. (Book A-260) Will Wr. 28 Dec. 1862. Rec. 19 Jan. 1863. Smyrna Township. My infant children: Mary E. Perry, William Taylor Perry, Hester Ann Perry, Viola Perry, James Craig Perry. My other children: Indiana Lawler, John Lemuel Perry, William T. Perry, May E. Perry, Hersterain [sic] Perry, Viola Perry and James Craig Perry. No division to be made until youngest is 21 years of age. Exec: my brother-in-law, James H. Wilson. He also to be gdn of children.
Perry, Oliver. (Book A-45) Will Wr. 20 Oct. 1846. Rec. 30 June 1855. My son, Samuel Perry two third of real estate; son John Perry, $2 (he has had his share.) My friend George Wagner the other one third of my estate. My wife, Mary to have only what the law gives her. Jesse Wagner to have $30.
Peters, Peter. (Will Book A p. 14) Barbary Peters adm. Posts bond along with David McKay. May 1815.
Pfieffer, Christian. (Book B-345) Will Wr. 7 July 1873. Rec. 16 May 1878. Everything to my wife, Magdalena.
Pfeiffer, Frederick. (Book A-180) Will Wr. 4 Oct. 1859. Rec. 16 July 1860. My wife, Christina Pfeiffer; children: Helena, George Frederick and Charles Pfeiffer.
Pfeiffer, Helena. (Book B-412) Will Wr. 16 Nov. 1879. Rec. 25 Nov. 1879. To my little sister, Ida Therwiger (?); my uncle Theodore Busche, to be exec. Wit: Fred Pfeiffer and Louisa Pfieffer.
Phelps, Willis Bangs. (Book B-546) Will Wr. 29 Jan. 1882. Rec. 27 Feb. 1882. My mother to have my Bible. Brother, John gold studs; sister Genevieve, seal ring; my brother, John B. Phelps of Springfield, Mass. My uncle Frederick O. Brooks to be exec.
Phillips, Evan. (Book B-274) Will Wr. 11 Dec. 1875. Rec. 7 July 1876. One third to Caleb Phillips; one third to William G. Phillips heirs; one third to Salome Snider heirs.
Phillips, Ezekiel. (Book B-102) Will Wr. 17 Oct. 1824. Rec. 25 Oct. 1824. Wife, Peggy. Children: Polly, John, Reuben, Rhoda and Lurana, infants.
Phillips, John Sr. (Book A-123) Will Wr. 28 Sept. 1858. Rec. 25 Oct. 1858. My wife, Mary Phillips, $300; dau. Margaret, dau. Caroline; son, Allen W. And William McClanahan to be exec.
Phillips, John J. (Book B-455) 18 Apr. 1879. My wife Elizabeth; then to our sons, John L., William Scott, and Joseph Rogers; my daus. Mary Jane, Julia Ann. John L. Phillips to be exec.
Phillips, Robert. (Book A-105) Will Wr. 9 June 1858. Rec. 31 July 1858. Shelby Township. My wife, Rebecca, and after her death to my 13 children, namely: Polly, Rachel, Nancy, William H., James W., John J., Francis P., Marion D., Robert W., Doctor F., David G., Susan and Rebecca Jane.
Picken, James. (Probate Book E?-426) ]Will Wr. 18 Dec. 1847. Rec. 14 Jan. 1848. Lived in Madison. Children: son, George is in grocery (business?) With his dau Mary Louisa, minor. Exec: James Niven.
Pingrey, James W. (Book D-283)? Will Wr. 11 Feb. 1839. Rec. 21 Sept. 1839. James Sanders Pingrey, Eliza Pingrey, widow, execs. Oldest daughter, Mary Eliza; oldest son, Joseph. Minors: 2nd dau, Jemia; 3rd dau Malissa; 2nd son, Lorenzo; 4th dau, Emily. Witnesses: Andrew Rozey,? John W Ferris, Nancy L. Feris.
Polleys, Samuel. (Book B-698). Will Wr. 24 Apr. 1887. Rec. 1884.? Eley M. Gleason, wife of Dexter Sherman (who is the dau. of my late sister Mary P. Cutter) $4,000; Elizabeth A. Smith, dau. of my sister, Louisa P. Smith, $4,000; John M Gage, son of my sister Fanny, $4,000, her husband is Capt. Joe Mountfort; my sister, Louisa P. Smith, wife of George A. Smith of Portland, Maine; my nephew, John Polleys, son of my brother, John; Sarah Elwell, dau of John Polleys (her husband is E.P.M. Elwell); brother, John Polleys, Woodbury M. Polleys; heirs of Zebedee W. Polleys, Mary Eliza Warren and Sarah Eley May.
Poole, George. (Book A-230) Will Wr. 16 Nov. 1853. Rec. 13 Feb. 1861. Of Kent, Republican Twp. Wife. (Not named)
Poston, Jonathan. (Book A-109) Will Wr. 7 Aug. 1815. Rec. 16 Sept. 1815. A Doctor. My wife, Kitty H. Poston, one half of estate. Son: Orpheus. Kitty H. Poston, exec. with Levi Poston. Wit: John Sering, James Hicks and W. Hendricks. (Will Book A-39) Inventory. Appr: James Ross, John Howes (Hewes?) House sold to Henry Restine. (Book B-106) (Will repeated?)
Poston, Levi. (Book B) 1834 wife Nancy. Children: Eliza, Levi, Mary, Priscilla, Susan, Nancy, Cynthia Jane. Elijah and Thomas Poston of Switz Co. Evidently children of 1st wife. Mary Poston is wife of William Rogers. Levi owned 160 acres in NE 19-5-12; 160 acres NW 19-5-12.
Poston, Samuel. (Book B) Adm. 29 March 1823. Owned Land NE1/4 8-5-12; 4-2-8, Jefferson Co. SW 9-5-12, Switzerland Co. James W. Haskell, adm. 19 March 1824. (Deed Book E-41) Names wife, Jemima.
Poston, Thomas. (Book B-191) Will Wr. 26 Dec. 1874. Rec. 25 Jan 1875. Wife, Harriet Poston; daus: Nancy H. Simpson, Mary S. Poston. Four children. James W. Poston, Thomas F. Poston. Wit: Robert F. Copeland, Joshua Wehr.
Powell, Nathan. (Book B-568) Will Wr. 8 Dec. 1875. Rec. 7 Aug. 1882. My wife, Mary Frances Powell, the dwelling house and content s and $3000.00 (?) [DAR transcribes this as $3000,000.00.] In addition to some investments. My children: William H. Mary P. Graham, Stella Frances Powell, Louis Lanier Powell, LeGrande Franklin Powell, Edward Everett Powell and Nathan Powell, land in Missouri and Louisiana to be sold.
Prenatt, Francis J. (Book B-686) 22 Jan. 1884 [DAR does not give whether this is written or recorded date.] Most to Catholic Church; my predeceased wife, Mary C. Prenatt, and father Francis Prenatt; my brother-in-law Daniel E. Doherty of Louisville, gdn of my children: Francis, Joseph, Mana (?) Jane McClelland; Mary Louise Prenatt and all those who may be born until me after making of this will. Brother-in-law Charles Green to be exec. One third to my wife, Nellie.
Prenatt, Mary C. (Book B-352) Will Wr. 5 Sept. 1877. Rec. 24 June 1878. Of the city of Madison, all to my husband, Francis J. Prenatt. My brother, James H. Cunningham to be exec.
Prentiss, Irwin H. (Book A-291) Will Wr. 18 Aug. 1862. Rec. 31 Dec. 1863. All to my beloved wife, Ruth. Thomas Ogden, adm.
Prentiss, Nathaniel S. (Book A-122) Will Wr. 4 Jan. 1859. Rec. 12 Jan. 1859. Wife, Eliza J., son, Irwin, son, Belmore.
Prentiss, Ruth N. (Book B-253) Jeffersonville, Clark Co. My sister, Martha Bailey, wife of J.R. Bailey. My late husband, Irwin Prentiss. Hazel N. Odgen [sic Ogden?] Two notes.
Propst, Joseph H. (Book B-459) Will Wr. 5 Jan. 1881. Rec. 15 Jan. 1881. My brother, Henry Propst, $1,500; my sister, Mary Haag, $500; my sister, Louisa Propst, $500; my sister, Elizabeth Propst; my father, Francis Propst. Henry Hiesse, to be adm.
Prothero, Evan. (Probate Book A) 1835. Peggy and Enoch Prothero, adm.
Puffer, (Pieffer), Mary. (Book B-356) Will Wr. 26 Sept. 1872. Rec. 15 July 1878. To my dau. Susan J. Wood, my only living child.
Pulliam, Moody Jennings. (Probate Book C-12). Will Wr. 19 Nov. 1841. Rec. 14 May 1846. Wife, Polly, E1/2 4-7-11; NESW 4-7-11. Grandson, William Skean Woodfill, son of Gabriel and Eleanor Woodfill, 2-5-11, SE-2-5-11, Jefferson Co. Granddaughter, Mary Eleanor Woodfill, dau of Gabriel and Eleanor Woodfill, SE 5-7-11 Ripley Co. If legatees are decd, Indiana M.E. Conference to get property. Brother, Robert Pulliam and wife, exec. Witnesses: Elizabeth Pulliam; Jacob Overturf: Robert Pulliam; Benjamin Whitham. Supplement: 14 Apr. 1846, land bought of Greenbury Cavander to go to grandson. Lot in Canaan to Harvey J. Pulliam.
Putt, William (Book ?) Will Wr. 28 Dec. 1835 Leaves cow, calf, axe and shows to John Winn? Sale names Mary, Putt, James Putt. (Probate Book)......acres 35-4-11. No heirs but father, Solomon Putt of Ky.