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Bibb County, AL Estates Probate Files, Cullen Lee 1834-

Item ~ Emily Jane Lee. Relinquishment of right to administrator.  The State of Alabama, Bibb County}  To Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate the undersigned widow and relict of Cullen Lee deceased hereby relinquish my right to administrator on my deceased husband and hereby authorize you to appoint any person whom you may consider competent to discharge the duties of said administrator but claim what the law allows me as his widow this July 28, 1854.  Signed in my presence July 28th 1854.  Signed Emily her X mark Lee

Item ~ Cullen Lees Estate ~ Letters of Administration to Oliver S. Quinn Recorded in Book G. Page 637.  The State of Alabama, Bibb County} I Jno W. Suttle Judge of the Probate County of said county do hereby certify that letters of administration on the estate of Cullen Lee deceased were on the 9th day of August 1854 granted to Oliver S. Quinn who was duly qualified and given bond as such and is authorized to administer such estate. Dated this 9th day of August AD 1854. Signed Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate.

Item ~ Cullen Lee Estate administrators Bond. Recorded in Book G pages 636 and 637.  The State of Alabama, Bibb County} Known all men by these presents that we Oliver S. Quinn, Hopkins Stacy and Bryant Lee are held and firmly bound unto John W. Suttle Judge of Probate for said county for the time being and his successors in office in the penal sum of one thousand dollars for the true and faithful payment of which will and truly to be made we bind ourselves and each of us our heirs executors administrators jointly severely and finally by these presents sealed with our seals and dated this the 7th day of August AD 1854.  The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound Oliver S. Quinn has been duly appointed administrator of the estate of Cullen Lee late of said county deceased now if the said Oliver S. Quinn shall will and truly administrator the goods chattels rights and credits lands and disbursements of the said Cullen Lee deceased then this obligation to be void else in full force and effect in law.  Test: Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate.  Signed O. S. Quinn, Hopkins Stacy, Bryant Lee.  Approved this 9th day of August 1854 Jno. W. Suttle Judge of Probate.

Item    ~ Cullen Lee Estate appraisement Recorded in Book G. Page 638 Entered 19th August Record 30.  The State of Alabama, Bibb County, the following is a correct inventory and appraisement of the property belonging to that estate of Cullen Lee deceased on the 12th day of August 1854.
1 bay mare and colt    50.00
1 clock     7.00
2 hand saws 1 pair shap shoes 1 files 2.50
1 Dirn John and drawing knife  2.00
1 bridle     .25
1 lot of farming tools   6.00
1 log chain     2.50
1 double barrel shot gun   15.00
2 weeding hoes and 1 sprouting hoe 1.00
1 lot shoe tools    1.50
1 lot of leather and 1 sheep skin  1.75
1 field of cotton and corn   100.00
1 small patch of corn   5.00
1 field of corn    65.00
Signed Robert Parker, Mathew Fulgham, Daniel Kornegay

To the honorable Jno W Suttle Judge of Probate of Bibb County I hereby certify Robert Parker and Mathew Fulgham was duly by me to appraise the property shown them by the administrator belonging to the estate of Cullen Lee decd. And that they signed the same in my presents the 12th day of August 1854. Signed D. W. James J.P.

The State of Alabama, Bibb County, Personally appeared before me Jno W. Suttle Judge of the Probate Court of said county Oliver S. Quinn, admin, of the estate of Cullen Lee decd, being duly sworn deposith and says that the foregoing is a true inventory and appraisement of the estate of said deceased.  Sworn to and subscribed before me on this 19th day of April 1854.  Signed Jno. W. Suttle Judge of Probate and O. S. Quinn administrator.

Item ~ Cullen Lee Estate Petition to sell crop.  Entered 19th August.  The State of Alabama, Bibb County}To John W. Suttle Judge of Probate the undersigned administrator of the estate of Cullen Lee deceased respectfully presents to your honor that Cullen Lee deceased, died leaving a small estate consisting of a small crop of Corn and Cotton and the fence around the crop is very bad and the hogs and cattle is breaking into the fields and destroying the crop that the deceased has left no person to save and gather said crop and to let the crop stand will prove a total loss to the estate by the stocks and expense of gathering your petitioner asked your honor to grant an order authorizing him to sell the crop in the field in at private sale as it stands both corn and cotton.  O. S. Quinn Administrator further propose of paying the debts of said decedent.  The State of Alabama, Bibb County} personally appeared before me Jno W Suttle Judge of Probate for said county Daniel Kornegay and Mathew Fulgham and after being duly sworn deposeth and saith that the facts set forth in the foregoing petition is true as stated.  Sworn to and subscribed before me August 18th 1854.  Signed Jno W. Suttle, Judge of Probate. Mathew Fulghram, and Daniel Kornegay.

Item    ~ No. 599 Cullen Lees Estate Sale Bill, Recorded in Book G pages 64011. Recorded 25th entered 31st August. State of Alabama, Bibb County, August the 26th, 1854. A sale of all the property belonging to the estate of Cullen Lee, deceased, sold August 26th, 1854.

P. M. Stacy  1 bay mare and colt  43.00
O. S. Quinn  1 field of Corn  67.50
Daniel James  1 field of Corn  4.00
P. M. Stacy  1 patch of corn  .25
P. M. Stacy  1 field of Cotton  105.00
P. M. Stacy  1 potato patch  6.00
A. W. Henderson  1 rifle gun   5.00
Pratt Kornegay  1 peor of Slylods  .60
Robert Parker  1 drawing knife  1.00
Robert R. Thompson 1 dissnijon  .62
Daniel Kornegay  1 lot plows   2.00
S. C. Brown  1 lot plows   .62
O. S. Quinn  1 umbrella   .80
S. Dill   1 lot plows   .50
I. J. Caddell  1 lot plows   2.60
S. Dill   1 log chain   2.25
Samuel Thompson  1 rake    .30
S. C. Brown  1 lot axes   .62
I. J. Caddell  1 hand ax   .15
Sarah Kornegay  1 con r shell   .55
P. M. Stacy  1 hoes    .54
A. W. Henderson  1 hand saw   .30
Jefferson Winddam  1 hand saw   .65
Samuel Thompson  1 sneap   1.00
     Total  245.88
The State of Alabama, Bibb County} Personally appeared before me Jno W. Shutte Judge of the Probate Court of Said county Oliver S. Quinn administrator of the estate of Cullen Lee deceased who being duly sworn deposith and says that the foregoing contains a true account of the sales of the property belonging to said estate sold on the 26th day of August 1884.  Sworn to and subscribed before me on this 29th day of August 1854. Signed Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate and O. S. Quinn admin.

Item    ~ Cullen Lee Estate Account for Final Settlement Recorded in Book H of Administrators accounts Pages 626 to 627.  The State of Alabama, Bibb County} To the Honorable Jackson Gardner Judge of the Probate Court of said county.  Oliver S. Quinn administrator of the estate of Cullen Lee deceased which has hereforto been duly declared ensolvent files the following account and vouchers for final settlement of said estate.  The administrator charges with the accounts of said estate viz:  The amount of the sale bill of the property belonging to said estate as recorded in Book G pages 640 administrators accounts $245.88 2 articles insufficient in the above sale bill.  One mare and one field cotton amounting to $148.00 was sold subject to one mortgage in favor of C. Sanford and Son for a much larger account.  Amount received on note of S. Dill
1 note on Joshua Yates due Jan 25, 1852 (insolvent)  40.00
1 note on James Lynn due at date credited with $20.00 (insolvent) 14.00
1 note on Henry Johnson due October 5, 1854 (insolvent)  5.20
  Money received from S. Tedders estate  62.03
     Total    367.11
Administrator claims credits for the following items insolvent returned presence claims paid expenses of administrators court 10
1 note on Joshua Yates due Jan 25, 1852 (insolvent and returned)  40.00
1 note on James Lynn due at date credited with 30 insolvent returned  14.00
1 note on Henry Johnson due October 6, 1854 (insolvent returned)  5.20
Voucher no. 1 Thomas Miens amount paid for coffin    10.00
  Allowance to administrator     25.00
  Attorney fees Morrow     10.00
                   104.20
    Amount Brought Down   367.11
                   104.20
       Total            263.91
Court Costs to Judge Suttle    9.54
Court Costs to Judge Gardner   9.15
      Prin. & Interest Pays
Tuscaloosa Mfg. Company    23.74   3.70
Tuscaloosa Manufactoring Preference   12.03   12.03
Daniel Kornegay     8.41   1.35
Silas P. Kornegay     4.30   .68
J. H. Duff executor of Wilson    35.90   5.60
J. H. Duff executor of Wilson    2.34   .37
Jno. H. Duff     14.84   2.33
Jno. H. Duff     10.67   1.71
W. C. Duff     9.17   1.43
Jno H. Duff     8.06   1.26
Jno H. Duff     5.89   .83
John Elam     3.24   .52
Pierce Maziengo     14.80   2.34
R. Parker admin of H. Stacy    25.08   3.97
J. S. Kinney     36.20   5.69
James Cutts     236.82  37.70
J. W. Crawford     18.81   2.92
D. W. Yeager     4.34   .98
Arthur Avery     65.60   10.70
Arthur Avery     66.60   10.64
C. A. Finaley and Campbell    7.91   1.25
C. A. Finaley and Campbell    .64   .10
Butler and Butler     18.57   3.01
Butler and Butler     52.80   8.41
Butler and Butler     15.93   2.63
C. Sanford and Son     4.93   .81
C. Sanford and Son preference   121.29  121.29
The state of Alabama, Bibb County} personally appeared before me William W. Morrow an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said county Oliver S. Quinn administrator of the estate of Cullen Lee deceased who being duly sworn says upon oath that the foregoing accounts between himself and said estate is correct as to receipts and disbursements and that he has not used the funds of said estate to his own use.  Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of December 1856.  Signed Wm. W. Morrow and O. S. Quinn.

Voucher No.  1 ~ Presented this 21st day of October 1854.  O. S. Quinn Administrator.  Filed in office this 26th day Of October 1854 Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate.  1854  Estate of Cullen Lee to Thomas P. Mears Dr.
July 13th to 1 velvet Coffin      8.00
July 13th to cash paid for brising?  2.00
   Total  10.00
The State of Alabama, Bibb County}  Personally before me I. U. Cadle an acting Justice of the peace for said county Thomas P. Mears who deposeths that the above account is just and true and unpaid sworn to and subscribed before me on the 21st day of October 1854.  Signed John W. Keadle J. P. and Thomas P. Mears

Voucher No.  2  ~ Cullen Lee account with Tuscaloosa Manfgley 1854.
February 14 to 59 yards osnaburgs   6.49
February 24 to 3 yards calico    .60
February 24 to 3 yards Calico    .50
March 1 to balance on salt    1.25
March 7 to 1 fine hat    3.00
March 7 to 1 pair shoes    1.25 13.09
March 8 to 2 yards calico    .38
March 8 to 1 ¼ yard Jaconed    .31
March 8 to ½ yard swiss muslin   .25
April 28 to 16 doz 6 oz yarn    2.00
April 28 to 2 weeding hoes    1.12
May 20 to 8 years Calico    1.60
May 20 to 3 years Calico    .50
May 20 to 1 ¾ yards blue doms   .40 6.56
May 20 to 1 box hooks and eyes   .25 19.90
July 26 to 9 yards lawn    4.50
July 26 to ½ yard swiss muslin   .30
July 26 to 1 pair gloves    .25
July 26 to 1 pair cotton socks    .38
July 26 to 4 ½ yards black velvet   3.37
July 26 to 6 ½ yards Blued Doms   1.22
July 26 to 1 paper tack    .10 10.37
July 26 to brass tacks    .25
$10.37 is for shrouding  total   30.29
State of Alabama, Bibb County} Personally appeared before me Wm. W. Moore an acting Justice of the peace in and for said county T. F. Samuel who being duly sworn says that the above account of 30.29 against the estate of Cullen Lee is just and true and is wholly unpaid before me this 3rd day of November 1854. Signed Wm. M. Morrow and T. F. Samuel.

Voucher No.    ~ $4.75 Filed in office April 13th 1855. Jno W. Suttle Judge of probate. Presented to me April the 7, 1855.  Signed O. S. Quinn.
February 7, 1854 Cullen Lee dr to Jno H. Duff
February 7th to pointing two sweeps 1.25
February 7th to laying 3 scutte plows 1.50
February 7th to pointing two shovel plows 1.00
February 7th to mending grass rod .13
March 21st to pointing Frisian on singteher .25
April 18th to sharpening sweep  .25
May 13th to upaitting scrub broom .37
The State of Alabama, Bibb County} Before me D. M. James an acting Justice of the peace in and for said county personally appeared Jno. H. Duff who being duly sworn deposith and saith that the above account of four 75/100 dollars is just and true and remains unpaid in any part thereof, sworn to and subscribed before me the 7th day of April AD 1855.  Signed D. M. James J.P. and Jno. H. Duff
 

Voucher No.   ~ $40.00 Cullen Lee Note.  Presented this 26th day of December 1854 OS Quinn administrator. Filed in office 8th November 1855 and filing fees paid. J. M. Suttle Judge of Probate.  One day after date we or either of us promise to pay Arther Avery forty dollars for value received.  June the 20th 1849.  Signed Cullen Lee and Bryant Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ Presented this the 18th day of December 1854. OS Quinn.  File in office 18th June AD 1855 Jno M. Suttle, Judge of Probate.  Cullen Lee Deceased to Daniel Kornegay Dr. in 1854. 
July to 4 bushels of Corn   4.00
For fodder   .75
For 2 days hauling   2.50  
  Total  7.25
State of Alabama, Bibb County} Before me R. R. Thompson an acting Justice of the peace in and for said county personally appeared Daniel Kornegay who after being duly sworn deposith and sayeth that the above account of seven 25/100 dollars is just and true and remains unpaid sworn to and subscribed before me this 16th day of December 1854.  Signed Daniel Kornegay and R. R. Thompson JP

Voucher No.   ~ $3.71 Presented the 25th day of December 1854 O. S. Quinn. Filed in office June 18th 1855 Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate.  Cullen Lee to Silas O. Kornegay Dr. for 743 lbs of Oat at 50 cents per hundred. July 1854 $3.71  State of Alabama, Bibb County} before me R. R. Thompson an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said county aforesaid personally appeared before me Silas P. Kornegay who after being duly sworn deposeth and says that the above account is just and true and remains unpaid. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 16th day of December 1854.  Signed Silas P. Kornegay ad Robert R. Thompson., JP

Voucher No.  ~ Cullen Lee Note $2.45.  Received on the within May 8th 1854 two dollars.  Filed in office July 5th 1855 Presented July 11th 1855.  One day after date I promise to pay J. C. Campbell on order two and 45/100 dollars for value received.  October 17th 1849.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.  ~ $19.95 Received of the within note eight dollars and 5 cents March the first 1854 Filed in office the 21st day of January 1857 Jack Gardner Judge of Probate.  By the first day of March I promise to pay Hopkins Stacy or bearer nineteen dollars and ninety five cents for value received of him this the twenty fourth day of December 1853.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ T. P. Morrow account $10.00 Scottsville August 1854 the estate of Cullen Lee to Thomas P. Morrow Dr.
To 1 velvet coffin   $10.00
Received of O. S. Quinn administrator of the estate of Cullen Lee deceased ten dollars this the 9th day of September 1856.  Signed Thomas P. Morrow.

Voucher No.  ~ Presented July the 5th 1855 O. S. Quinn, admin.  Cullen Lee note $6.38.  Filed in office July 5th 1854. Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate. One day after date I promise to pay Charles P. Faidley administrator of the estate of  Jno C. Campbell deceased six and 38/100 dollars for value received May 7th 1854. Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ Cullen Lee Note Presented January 6th 1855. Filed in office 21st October 1856, Jackson Gardner Judge of Probate. $29.18  One day after date  I promise to pay to I. S. Kennedy on order twenty nine dollars and 18 cents for value received. Centerville February 16th 1854.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ Cullen Lee deceased acct.  $10.00 Presented this the 22nd day of December 1854. O.S. Quinn Administrator.  February 5th 1852.  Cullen Lee deceased to Pearce Mozingo Dr. to money paid and misapplied.  10.00  The State of Alabama, Bibb County}  Before me D. W. James an acting Justice of the peace in and for county aforesaid personally appeared Allenm I. Mozinjo who being duly sworn deposeth and saith that the above account of ten dollars is Just and true and remains unpaid or any part thereof sworn to and subscribed before me this 22nd day of December AD 1854. Signed D. M. James and Allen I. Maringho.

Voucher No.    ~ Cullen Lee Note $46.51. Presented this the 25th day of October 1854. O. S. Quinn administrator.  Filed in office July 18th 1855 Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate.  Received the written note eight and 46 cents bu sale of cotton in middle April 5, 1854.  Centerville, January 25, 1853.  One day after date I promise to pay to the order of Hiram Butler or bearer twenty six and 51/100 dollars for value received with interest from 1st January 1853.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.    ~ Cullen Lee Note $17.49  Presented this the 21st October 1854. O.S. Quinn Administrator.  Filed July 18th 1855 Jno W. Suttle, Justice of the Peace.
Centerville, February 14th 1854.  One day after date I promise to pay Butler and Butler or bearer seventeen and 9/100 dollars value received with interest from 1st January last.  Signed Cullen Lee

Voucher No.   ~ Cullen Lee April 1854 B. and B Presented filed in office July 18th 1855 Jno W. Suttle, Judge of Probate.  Presented this the 24th day of October 1854  O. S. Quinn Administrator.  Account of Cullen Lee 1854.
January 10 to 1 wash pan  .40
  1 shoes  .13 .53
February 16   1 vest   2.25
3 ½ lbs leaner?   1.75
8 ¼ tobacco    2.31 6.31
March 4 to 1 vial oil    .13 .13
April 5 1 pr. Shoes   1.50 1.50
June 17 1 silk hankerchif  1.00 1.00
July 17 1 panna haz   4.00
 1 pr calf shoes  2.00
July 21 1 box C oil   .38 6.38
   Total    15.85
State of Alabama, Bibb County}Personally appeared before me W W Morrow an acting Justice of the peace in and for said county J. D. P. Wilkenson agent for Butler and Butler who being duly sworn deposeth and sayth upon oath that the above account is just and unpaid. Sworn to and subscribed this day October 25 1855 Sigend Wm. W. Morrow JP and J. D. P. Wilkinson.

Voucher No.   ~ Cullen Lee Estate 7.27.  Presented this the 7th day of March 1855 O. S. Quinn, admin.  Filed in the office April 18th 1855. Signed Jno. M. Suttle Judge of Probate.  $7.27 One day after date I promise to pay Jno. Duff or order seven dollars and twenty seven cents value received.  September 14th 1851.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.    ~ Presented to OS Quinn Admin. April 7th 1855.  Filed in Office 8th November 1855. Filing fees paid, signed Jno M. Suttle Judge of Probate.  One day after date I promise to pay D. W. Yeager or bearer the sum of three 50/100 dollars this 18th day of November 1853.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ Presented this the 7th day of March 1855 O. S. Quinn.  C. Lee Note. $6.50  Received in office April 18th 1855 Jno M. Suttle Judge of Probate.  $6.50 One day after date I promise to pay Jno Duff or bearer six dollars and fifty cents with interest from the first of January for value received this the 15th of February 1854.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ C. Lee Note $10.00 Presented this the 7th day of March 1855 OS Quinn administrator.  Filed in the office April 13, 1855. Jno W. Suttle, Judge of Probate. $10.00 one day after date I promise to pay Jno Duff on order ten dollars value received September 14th 1851.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ C. Lee Note. $2.10  Presented this 7th day of March 1855.  O.S. Quinn administrator.  Filed in office April 13th 1855 Jno. M. Suttle, Judge of Probate.  One day after date I promise to pay Jno H. Duff executor of the estate of L. W. Wilson deceased two dollars and ten cents for value received this the 15th day of February 1854.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No. 25 ~ Cullen Lee Note $14.25 Presented August 29th 1854 OS Quinn Filed in office October 25th 1855 Jno M. Suttle, Judge of Probate.  One day after date I promise to pay J. W. Crawford or bearer fourteen and 25/100 dollars for value received.  January 1, 1853.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ Presented this the 1st day of March 1855 OS Quinn.  Cullen Lee Note $7.40. Credit to Dr. $4.34 filed in office April 15th 1855.  Jno M. Suttle, Judge of Probate.  $7.40 One day after date I promise to pay W. Duff or bearer seven dollars and 40 cents for value received the 28th day of June 1852.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ Lees Note $29.20.  Received ion the written note twenty dollars November 1853.  Presented this the 7th day March 1855 O.S. Quinn Filed in office April 17th 1855 Jno M. Suttle, Judge of Probate.  $29.20  One day after date I promise to pay Jno H. Duff executor of the estate of L. W. Wilson twenty nine dollars and twenty cents value received February 16th 1853.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.    ~ Cullen Lee Account for 1854 $4.25 March the 24th 1855 presented to Mr. OS Quinn administrator  Filed in office June 28th 1855 Jno M. Suttle, Judge of Probate.  1854 To Sanford and Son Dr.
January 9 to 1 simmons   1.50
January 21 to 1 plu tobacco  .25
January 28 to 1 set plates  .38
June 3 to 2 pair boys shoes  2.00 2.13
June 3 to 1 fin comb  .12 2.12
   Total   4.25
The State of Alabama, Bibb County} Personally appeared before me C. H. Coleen an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said county, lucas Winship who being duly sworn deposeth and sayeth that the within account is just correct and unpaid.  Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 2nd day of November 1854.  Signed Charles H. Collins, J.P. and Leucrine Winship.

Voucher No.   ~ Cullen Lee Note $44.63.  March the 24th 1855 presented to me OS Quinn administrator. Received by Montgay on cotton crop.  Filed in office June 28th 1855 Jno M. Suttle Judge of Probate. $41.63 Centerville.  January 10th 1854 One day after date I promise to pay to Charles Sanford and Son or bearer forty one and 63/100 dollars value received.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.  ~ Cullen Lee Note $21.68  March the 24th 1855 Presented to OS Quinn Administrator.  Received by mortgage on corn and cotton crop.  Filed in office June 28th 1855 Jno M. Suttle Judge of Probate. $21.68 Centerville, June 14th 1853.  One day after date I promise to pay to Charles Sanford or bearer twenty one 68/100 dollars for value received.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.    ~ $45.00 Cullen Lee Note Presented this the 26th day of December 1854 OS Quinn.  Filed in office November 8th 1855 filing fees paid Jno W. Suttle, Justice of the Peace.  On the twenty fifth of December next I promise to pay Arter Avery forty five dollars for value received of him July the 10th 1850.  Signed Cullen Lee, Samuel Tedders and Bryant Lee.

Voucher No.   ~ Cullen Lee Note $24.27 March the 24th 1855 Presented to me OS Quinn administrator received by mortgage in cotton crop.  Filed in office June 28th 1855 Jno M. Suttle Judge of Probate.  Centerville, June 17, 1852 One day after date I promise to pay to Charles Sanford or bearer twenty four 27/100 dollars  for value received.  Signed Cullen Lee.

Voucher No.    ~ Presented May 23, 1855 OS Quinn Principal $394.50, Interest 51.28, Total $445.78.  Interest paid on this note January the 1st 1853.  Received of the within note two hundred and forty dollars and fifty cents November the 30, 1855.  Filed in office August 29. Jno M. Suttle, Judge of Probate.  One day after date we or either of us promise to pay James Cuts three hundred and ninety four dollars and fifty cents for value received of him March the __ 1852.  Due on this May 19th 1855--$204.16  Signed Cullen Lee and Bryant Lee

Voucher No.   ~ $2.80 John Elam’s claim.  Filed in office the 19th day of March 1855 Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate.  Cullen Lee deceased dr to John Elam 1854. due Jan 1st 1855
4 plugs tobacco   1.20
8 yards Calico   1.60
   Total  2.80
The State of Alabama, Bibb County} Personally appeared before me Wm. M. Morrow an acting Justice of the Peace in and for said county Durbeu Elam who being duly sworn says upon oath that the above accounts against Cullen Lees decd in favor of John Elam is just correct and unpaid.  Sworn to and subscribed before me this 19th march 1855.  Signed Wm. M. Morrow and Derbun Elam.

Item  ~ Cullen lee estate allegation of insolvent. Recorded in book H pages 183 to 185 record 106 1st Monday in September.
The state of Alabama, Bibb County} To the honorable John  W. Shuttle Judge of the probate court of said county.  Olover S. Quinn administrator of the estate of Cullen Lee, decd. Respectfully represents to your honor that to the best of his knowledge and belief the property belonging to said estate is insufficient to pay the debts against the same and that the said estate is insolvent.  The administrator therefore prays your honor that such Proceedings may be had upon said estate that the same may be duly declared insolvent.  The following is a list of the evidences debts due the estate of Cullen Lee decd which encompasses all the accts belonging to said estate.  There being no real estate belonging to the same.  The amount of the sale bill of the property belonging to said estate swold sold August 26th 1854 and due the 26th 1856 for $265.88 After deducting from said sale the amount of a morga? In favor of Charles Sanford and Son made by said inteste on property included in said sale bill to secure the payment of the following notes. Viz
1 note dated June 17th, 1852 due on day after date for 24.27
1 note dated June 14, 1853 due one day after date for 21.68
1 note dated January 10, 1854 due one day after date for 41.63
interest on said notes until 26th of August 1855 the amount account of said sale bill is due 15.15
The amount secured by the mortgage when sale bill is due 102.73.

The amount of sale bill after deducting the amount secured by mortgage 143.15
1 note on S. Dill due 25th December 1854 for 15.00
1 note on Joshua Hatesdin 25th January 1852 (doubtful) 40.00
1 note on James Lynn not dated due one day after for 44.00 credited February 5, 1853 with 30.00 which leaves14.00, one note on Henry Johnson due 6th October for 5.20
The following is a statement of the claims against the estate of Cullen Lee decd which have came to the knowledge of administrator viz
1 note due James Cutts Bibb County (dates when due unknown) for 204.16
1 note to Daniel Kornegay due 1st August 1855 for (Bibb County) 7.25
1 note to Silas P. Kornegay Bibb County due 1st January 1855 for 3.72
1 note to Pearce Mazengo Bibb County, due Feb. 8th 1852 for 10.00
1 note to Thomas T. Meins Bibb County, due July 12, 1854 (Preference debt) 10.00
1 note Tuscallosa Co Bibb County due Jan 1, 1854 (part pref debt) 30.27
1 note John Elam, Bibb County, due 5th Jan 1855 2.80
1 note John H. Duff Bibb County, due 16th Feb 1854 6.50
1 note John H. Duff Bibb County due 14th September 1851 7.27
1 note John H. Duff Bibb County due 14th September 1851 10.00
1 note John H. Duff Bibb County due 1st January 1855 6.75
1 note W. C. Duff Bibb County due 29th January 1854 7.40
1 note Jno H. Duff Ernse Bibb County, due February 16, 1854 2.10
1 note John H. Duff Ernse Bibb County, due 16th February 1853 29.00

The State of Alabama, Bibb County} Personally appeared before me John W. Shuttle Judge of Probate for said county O. S. Quinn administrator of the estate of Cullen Lee deceased and made oath in due form of Law that the foregoing schedules is correct as far as his knows of his own knowledge and so for as he has been informed by others is correct sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of June 1855. Jno W. Suttle Judge of Probate, and O. S. Quinn, administrator.

 

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