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1848-09-08 Transcript regarding OSA5004 George St. John probate
1848-09-08 Transcript regarding OSA5004 George St. John probate
 
 
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Christopher St. John 1 1616-17 Will
Christopher St. John 1 1616-17 Will
LL/1617/5 . W [ ]

1. In the name of god Amen : the xxijth (22nd) daie of Aprill, in Anno D[omi]ni 1616: I Christopher S[ain]t Joh[n]
2. of Highlightt (Highlight), al[ia]s Ychelole (Uchelola) in the Com[itatus] (County) of Glam[organ] Gent[leman], and dioc[e]s[e] of Llandaff, sicke in bodie, but wh[ole]
3. in minde, and in good and p[er]fect Remembrance (thanks be given unto th’Almightie god) Consideringe w[ith] my
4. self the frailtie of nature, that it is requisite and necessarie for ev[er]y Christian to be in a Continuall
5. readines for death, whensoev[er] the good will of god shalbe to Call him, doe hereby make ordeine, and
6. declare this p[re]sent testamente, Conteyninge herein my last will in man[ner] and forme followinge: that is to
7. saie, first I Com[m]ende my soule willinglie into the hands of th’almightie god, and my bodie unto the earth
8. whereof it came; there to be buried in Christian Buriall. Item I doe give, devise and dispose, al[l] my
9. whole man[nor] of Ychelole aforesaid, in possession and rev[er]c[i]on, and all Rents suits, And servic[e]s thereunto d[ ]
10. and app[er]teyninge, togither w[i]th sixe acres of meadowe lands, and one Mill, sett, lienge, and beinge w[i]thin th[e]
11. p[ar]ish of Wenvoe, unto my welbeloved son Sir William St John knighte, and to his heires males for e[ver]
12. and in defaulte of such heires, unto Christopher St John, the son of Thomas St John, for terme of
13. his naturall lif, and to his heires males for ev[er]: and in defaulte of such heires, unto William St John,
14. the son of Oliv[er] St John, for terme of his naturall lif, and to his heires males for ev[er]: and in defaulte of such
15. heires to the rightefull heires of mee the said Christopher St John for ev[er]. Allso my will is, that such form[er]
16. Grannts, bargaines and Leases by mee heretofore made, upon any of my lands arrable, meadowe, and
17. pasture, unto any of my tenannts be allowed and p[er]mitted, to be fullie, and whollie expired, and ended,
18. w[i]thout any im[m]peachmente, vexac[i]on, or molestac[i]on of any p[er]son or p[er]sons whatsoev[er]: all w[hi]ch form[er] grannts
19. and Demises, the w[hi]ch I have given, demised, and disposed for terme of lif or fee taile, I my self may
20. lawfullie approve and Justifie (as it may) more evidentlie appeare by one Indenture bearinge date
21. the iiijth (4th) daie of Februaryie, in the xxxixth (39th) yeere of the Reigne of o[u]r sov[er]reigne Ladie Elizabeth (of
22. famous memorie) of England, Frannce, and Irelande Queene &c (4th February 1596/7): made betwine Christopher St John
23. of Ychelole, al[ia]s highlighte, in the Com[itatus] of Glam[organ] gent[leman], of th’on[e] p[ar]tie, And Thomas St John, one of the
24. son[n]es of Christopher St John aforesaid gent[leman], of th’other p[ar]tie, as there more at large sufficiantlie
25. Doth and may appeere. And I doe make, ordeine, and appointe Elizabeth St John my wif, sole
26. Executrix, of this my p[re]sent last will and testament. Allso I doe utterlie revoke, and disannull all
27. and singular ev[er]y other form[er] testaments, wills, Legacyes, bequests, Executor or Executors, by mee in
28. any wise before this tyme, made, named, ordeined, or appointed. In witnes whereof unto
29. this my p[re]sent will and testamente made, I have heere putte my hande and seale, even the daie,
30. M[o]nthe, and Yeere first above written.

{Seal} {Seal}
31. Christopher Saint ioh[n]


32. p[ro]bat[um] apud Llandaff
33. 28 May 1617 Coram
34. M__ Mag[i]stro(?) Joh___
35. ____

36. Sealed, signed, and deliv[er]ed in the p[re]sence of us:
37. William Spencer of Penmarke
38. John Rich John Rich[a]rd of Walters farme
39. Thomas Johnes of the same
40. John Davyes Clerk w[i]th others
 
 
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Christopher St. John 1 1616-17 Will - Cover Text
Christopher St. John 1 1616-17 Will - Cover Text
To (?) Highlight
Mr (?) Christopher St John esq
28 May . 161[6]7
 
 
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Christopher St. John 1 1616-17 Will - Watermark flagon with single flower, engraved A B
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England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858 about William Samt John
Name:	William Samt John
[William Saint John / St. John] 
[Willmi Samt John] 
Probate Date:	21 Jan 1563
Residence:	Ychellolye, Olund
England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858 about William Samt John Name: William Samt John [William Saint John / St. John] [Willmi Samt John] Probate Date: 21 Jan 1563 Residence: Ychellolye, Olund
Will of William St. John2, Esquire: Transcription

T: William Saint John

1. Inthe name of god Amen : in the X daye of January in the year

2. of the Lorde god in thousand 5ive hundred fiftye and ? of Wyllyam Seynt John of

3. ychellolye [Uchel-olau] in the countye of Glamorgan and diocesis of Landaff. Beynge sicke of body but

4. whole and perfect of rememberance. Dothe make my last wyll and testament in memorie and

5. forme followynge ? first I do ? give and bequeathe my soul unto almighty god and my

6. bodye to be buryed in the church of ychellolye. ITEM I do wyll ? and appoint all my

7. ? and lands of ychellolye to be divided in three partes my will ? ?

8. Of the fyrste parte to paye my debtes the seconde parte to gothell my daughter. These

9. ? partes I do wyll my executyne to have the onupvinge for the T? of viij years ?

10. From the daye of my burall unto the? And terme of viij years. ITEM the thyrde parte

11. I doe wyll unto my son and heyer beynge wythim age. ITEM I do wyll bequeathe ? asygne

12. And appoynte the onnapatyon and profits of my farm of ? wythe the ?

13. Unto my executre for the tearme of xxti years that is to saye from the daye of my

14. Buryall unto thende and terme of xxti years then ? unsnoynge and at thirde of

15. The saide tearme I do wyll devise assgne and appoynse the farme of wothinguvith a

16. Firesayid wyth thuppurte names to be devyded in two partes between my sonnes

17. Olyver Seynt John and James Saynt John and to theyre heyeres and assygnes the to same

18. Indvynge that the to sarye the ? ? the charge to Olyver and the morthe

19. Paere to James and if ? shall happen that one of them dae decesse before the terme

20. Of xxti yeares aforsayde then I do wyll and assygne that parte unto my sonne

21. Alexander and to his assygnes and if ytt happen that bothe my sonnes do decesse

22. Olyver and James before the forrsayde terme of xxti yeares be exxpiredde

23. That then I do wyll asigne and appoynte all the farme of withendaran foure

24. Sayde unto my sayde son Alexander and his assynges and if that my son Alexander

25. To decesse before the sayde tearme of xxti years be expired then I do wyll

26. Assygne and appoynte the whole farme to my son Xpofer and to his execuators

27. Admynistrators and assygnes durynge the said terme ITEM I make my wife

28. My whole executor of all my goods moveable and unmoveable my debpts payde

29. ITEM to my son in law Wyllyam ap Wyllym [daughter Catrin m. William ap Gwilym / Margred m. William ap Hywel / Joan m. Mathew Gibbon] ? ITEM to Thomas ? xvi

30. ITEM to Thomas Mathew my brother in lawe vte [brother to wife, Jane Mathew]. ITEM to Margam Approbart [??? George Morgan m. Catrin St. John his sister ???]

31. My brother in lawe amte. ITEM to Lewys Davydd vij te ? sealed and debyte

32. ? ? the ? of ? bottom Rycharde Beasthe Roberte Yorathe Ron upgonthe

33. Wyllyam Batt Rycharde Cotton utm Johannis andrne ? mmltis a ?



34. Probatum: ? 
 
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NLW: LL1669-61 Probate of William St John and Catherine Lewis of Highlight Glamorgan Wales Page 1 of 2
NLW: LL1669-61 Probate of William St John and Catherine Lewis of Highlight Glamorgan Wales Page 1 of 2
 
 
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NLW: LL1669-61 Probate of William St John and Catherine Lewis of Highlight Glamorgan Wales Page 2 of 2
NLW: LL1669-61 Probate of William St John and Catherine Lewis of Highlight Glamorgan Wales Page 2 of 2
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
OSA0028 Probate Mathias St. John, Jr.
 
 
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Page 1 of 2 Probate for OSA5004 George St. John
Page 1 of 2 Probate for OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

March 30th 1854

Be it remembered that this ...
... ... during dispose the Honorable B.
L. Ridley Chancellor from this jurisdiction and
... where it appends
to the Court that the greater ... of the... money for the tract of land of ?
has been paid and the ... will second
it is therefore ordered, adjudged, vacated
by the Court that are the right to the claim
[marked out] [unknown]... the above [unknown] heirs at ---
[unknown] of George St. John deceased be &
the same is deceased [unknown] of there. The Heirs
of said George St. John deceased to
the following divided tract of land lying &
being in Cannon County district who 6--
on the [unknown] of Hills Crick constanting
by [unknown] one hundred acres more or less
bounded as follows to the west, on the north
west by the lands of Archibald Stone -- On
the south by the lands of William Bates
On the East by the lands of Nancy Scott
and the same is hereby resided by
Archibald Stone the [unknown] and his heirs
and assigns forever -- it is further ordered
by the Court that A. Stone pay to the Chaplin
of this Court an [unknown] sufficient to
the ballance of the costs of this cause
out of the wife said [unknown] ...
for which Exectuor ... issue



Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee 30 Mar 1854 (page 60-61?) Probate or Land Records
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Probate 1 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
Probate 1 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

126 Page 124 Book A 1840-1852 Clerk & Master of File Cannon Co [TN]

David M. Jarratt [Garrat or Farrat] Administrator of George St. John deceased
William St. John, Thomas St. John, Berry St. John, Arthur St. John
Martin St. John, _____ Goodall and wife Nancy and Berry St
John, children of Abner St. John, who was a son of deceased interstate
and [unknown] [unknown] [ maybe Mary Eastmore - probably identity of Abner's wife]
[row cut off of photocopy]
of December 1847. Before the Hon. B. L. Ridley Chancellor the
upon the probatum aff[unknown] and the Court not being sufficiently
informed as to whether or not it will be to the advantage of
the probationese to sell the lands in the probatum [unknown].
It is therefore ordered adjudged and disposed by the court that
the clerk testator be an purpose and [unknown] to the permanent terme
within or rest it with be more to the advantage of the heirs to
sell said lands than to make partition and that he also assist
..... and until the
causing in of said report all of the matters and things here
are ordered.


Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee December 1847(page 124-126) Probate or Land Records
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Probate 1 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
Probate 1 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

March 30th 1854

David M. Jarratt [Garrat or Farrat] Administrator of George
St. John deceased. William St. John, Thomas St. John
Berry St. John, Arthur St. John, Martin St. John
the sons of George St. John deceased [interstate?]
[row appears to be cut off from photocopy]
St. John deceased ... unknown ...
Alexander Warren Gustavus Thornton his wife Sarah
Jane Henry Thornton and his wife Elizabeth Catherine
George W. Warren, Martha Warren and the [unknown]
William Warren the [unkonwn] last being [minor children?]
[line unreadable]
friend Arthur Warren and they together
with the said Alexander Sarah Jane and Elizabeth
? being the children of Martha as Patsey
Warren as to was a daughter of the saidestate and died before her portion [unknown]
Martha who intermarried with - Nancy
Alvin who intermarried with _____
[Unknown] Miles and Mahara Miles
child of Catherine who was a daughter of said Interstate and died before [?]
The time past ? are ?
without ? ? ? theytheir must of second - unknown phrase -

*************************************************************************************************************
Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee 30 Mar 1854 (page 60-61?) Probate or Land Records
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Probate 1 of 3 OSA5004 George St. John
Probate 1 of 3 OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

Friday morining September the 8th day 1848, the [Honorable?]
[unknown] feasts L. Ridlay chancellor appearing over this [day?]
said took his seat over the bench and ordered county
of Cannon County, to open Court; which was accordingly
done

David M. Farrate, Adm[inistrato]r of George St. John deceased,
John St. John; William St. John, Thomas St. John, Barry St. John
Arthur St. John, Martin St. John, sons of George St. John died.
----Good all & wife[,] Nancy and Barry St. John children of
Abner St. John, who was a son of said, interstate[end of phrase], Alexander
Warren, Gustavus Thornton & his wife Sarah Jane, Henry
Thornton & wife, Elizabeth Caranine, George M. Warren
Martha Warren, Arthur Warren & William Warren - the
sons last named of whom are minors without a regular
guardian and appear by their father & next friend
Arthur Warren, Elisha Stiles, John Stiles, Martha, who
intermarried -- Nancy Amo who intermarried with
Catharine Stiles, Mahaby Stiles,, the two last who are
minor without a regular guardian and appear by
by their father & next friend Elisha Stiles

Ex parte.

Be it remembered that this cause came
to the hands before Chancellor Ridley, and the [unknown] of
the clerk & [unknown] of this sale of the land, [unknown] is
the pleadings, which repart is in the words and [unknown]
following, committ.

In [unknown] to an inter[unknown[ decree
pro[unknown] in this cause on the 2nd day of December [1848].


Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee September 8, 1848 (page 133-134?) Probate
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Probate 2 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
Probate 2 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

126 Page 124 Book A 1840-1852 Clerk & Master of File Cannon Co [TN]

David M. Jarratt [Garrat or Farrat] Administrator of George St. John deceased
William St. John, Thomas St. John, Berry St. John, Arthur St. John
Martin St. John, _____ Goodall and wife Nancy and Berry St
John, children of Abner St. John, who was a son of deceased interstate
and [unknown] [unknown] [ maybe Mary Eastmore - probably identity of Abner's wife]
[row cut off of photocopy]
of December 1847. Before the Hon. B. L. Ridley Chancellor the
upon the probatum aff[unknown] and the Court not being sufficiently
informed as to whether or not it will be to the advantage of
the probationese to sell the lands in the probatum [unknown].
It is therefore ordered adjudged and disposed by the court that
the clerk testator be an purpose and [unknown] to the permanent terme
within or rest it with be more to the advantage of the heirs to
sell said lands than to make partition and that he also assist
..... and until the
causing in of said report all of the matters and things here
are ordered.


Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee December 1847(page 124-126) Probate or Land Records
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Probate 2 of 3 OSA5004 George St. John
Probate 2 of 3 OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

Friday morining September the 8th day 1848, the [Honorable?]
[unknown] feasts L. Ridlay chancellor appearing over this [day?]
said took his seat over the bench and ordered county
of Cannon County, to open Court; which was accordingly
done

David M. Farrate, Adm[inistrato]r of George St. John deceased,
John St. John; William St. John, Thomas St. John, Barry St. John
Arthur St. John, Martin St. John, sons of George St. John died.
----Good all & wife[,] Nancy and Barry St. John children of
Abner St. John, who was a son of said, interstate[end of phrase], Alexander
Warren, Gustavus Thornton & his wife Sarah Jane, Henry
Thornton & wife, Elizabeth Caranine, George M. Warren
Martha Warren, Arthur Warren & William Warren - the
sons last named of whom are minors without a regular
guardian and appear by their father & next friend
Arthur Warren, Elisha Stiles, John Stiles, Martha, who
intermarried -- Nancy Amo who intermarried with
Catharine Stiles, Mahaby Stiles,, the two last who are
minor without a regular guardian and appear by
by their father & next friend Elisha Stiles

Ex parte.

Be it remembered that this cause came
to the hands before Chancellor Ridley, and the [unknown] of
the clerk & [unknown] of this sale of the land, [unknown] is
the pleadings, which repart is in the words and [unknown]
following, committ.

In [unknown] to an inter[unknown[ decree
pro[unknown] in this cause on the 2nd day of December [1848].


Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee September 8, 1848 (page 133-134?) Probate
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Probate 3 of 3 OSA5004 George St. John
Probate 3 of 3 OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

Friday morining September the 8th day 1848, the [Honorable?]
[unknown] feasts L. Ridlay chancellor appearing over this [day?]
said took his seat over the bench and ordered county
of Cannon County, to open Court; which was accordingly
done

David M. Farrate, Adm[inistrato]r of George St. John deceased,
John St. John; William St. John, Thomas St. John, Barry St. John
Arthur St. John, Martin St. John, sons of George St. John died.
----Good all & wife[,] Nancy and Barry St. John children of
Abner St. John, who was a son of said, interstate[end of phrase], Alexander
Warren, Gustavus Thornton & his wife Sarah Jane, Henry
Thornton & wife, Elizabeth Caranine, George M. Warren
Martha Warren, Arthur Warren & William Warren - the
sons last named of whom are minors without a regular
guardian and appear by their father & next friend
Arthur Warren, Elisha Stiles, John Stiles, Martha, who
intermarried -- Nancy Amo who intermarried with
Catharine Stiles, Mahaby Stiles,, the two last who are
minor without a regular guardian and appear by
by their father & next friend Elisha Stiles

Ex parte.

Be it remembered that this cause came
to the hands before Chancellor Ridley, and the [unknown] of
the clerk & [unknown] of this sale of the land, [unknown] is
the pleadings, which repart is in the words and [unknown]
following, committ.

In [unknown] to an inter[unknown[ decree
pro[unknown] in this cause on the 2nd day of December [1848].


Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee September 8, 1848 (page 133-134?) Probate
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Probate Clipart
Probate Clipart
 
 
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Probate Page 2 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
Probate Page 2 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

March 30th 1854

Be it remembered that this ...
... ... during dispose the Honorable B.
L. Ridley Chancellor from this jurisdiction and
... where it appends
to the Court that the greater ... of the... money for the tract of land of ?
has been paid and the ... will second
it is therefore ordered, adjudged, vacated
by the Court that are the right to the claim
[marked out] [unknown]... the above [unknown] heirs at ---
[unknown] of George St. John deceased be &
the same is deceased [unknown] of there. The Heirs
of said George St. John deceased to
the following divided tract of land lying &
being in Cannon County district who 6--
on the [unknown] of Hills Crick constanting
by [unknown] one hundred acres more or less
bounded as follows to the west, on the north
west by the lands of Archibald Stone -- On
the south by the lands of William Bates
On the East by the lands of Nancy Scott
and the same is hereby resided by
Archibald Stone the [unknown] and his heirs
and assigns forever -- it is further ordered
by the Court that A. Stone pay to the Chaplin
of this Court an [unknown] sufficient to
the ballance of the costs of this cause
out of the wife said [unknown] ...
for which Exectuor ... issue



Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee 30 Mar 1854 (page 60-61?) Probate or Land Records
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Probate page 2 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
Probate page 2 of 2 for OSA5004 George St. John
PROBATE OSA5004 George St. John of Cannon, Tennessee

March 30th 1854

David M. Jarratt [Garrat or Farrat] Administrator of George
St. John deceased. William St. John, Thomas St. John
Berry St. John, Arthur St. John, Martin St. John
the sons of George St. John deceased [interstate?]
[row appears to be cut off from photocopy]
St. John deceased ... unknown ...
Alexander Warren Gustavus Thornton his wife Sarah
Jane Henry Thornton and his wife Elizabeth Catherine
George W. Warren, Martha Warren and the [unknown]
William Warren the [unkonwn] last being [minor children?]
[line unreadable]
friend Arthur Warren and they together
with the said Alexander Sarah Jane and Elizabeth
? being the children of Martha as Patsey
Warren as to was a daughter of the saidestate and died before her portion [unknown]
Martha who intermarried with - Nancy
Alvin who intermarried with _____
[Unknown] Miles and Mahara Miles
child of Catherine who was a daughter of said Interstate and died before [?]
The time past ? are ?
without ? ? ? theytheir must of second - unknown phrase -

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Source: Courthouse Documents from Cannon County, Tennessee 30 Mar 1854 (page 60-61?) Probate or Land Records
Note original source not provided on photocopy. This source was documented by Suzanne St. John.

Credit:

4 Oct 2016 Transcription by Suzanne St. John

Photocopies provided by Neale and Kathy Clifton mailed to Suzanne St. John

Neale and Kathy Clifton credit Naola Pennington (deceased) with providing them many of their documents.  
 
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Signature of Christopher St. John 1 from 1616-17 Will
Signature of Christopher St. John 1 from 1616-17 Will
 
 
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Signature of Christopher St. John 1 from 1616-17 Will.png
Signature of Christopher St. John 1 from 1616-17 Will.png
 
 
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St. John William d. Dec 1563.jpg
St. John William d. Dec 1563.jpg
 
 
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Will of Abraham St. John, 1835
Charlotte, Virginia, USA
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Will of Abraham St. John, 1835 Charlotte, Virginia, USA page 1 of 2
 
 
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Will of Abraham St. John, 1835
Charlotte, Virginia, USA
page 2 of 2
Will of Abraham St. John, 1835 Charlotte, Virginia, USA page 2 of 2
 
 

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