Return to Currituck Co.
Currituck County Estates
William Beasley - 1902
13 Aug 1902 - A typed letter on Nags Head Hotel stationary. We the undersigned heirs and distributees of William BEASLEY, deceased, do hereby waive our rights to qualify as the administrator of said William BEASLEY and do decline to so qualify, and do request the Clerk of the Superior Court of Currituck County to appoint Mr. Robert FLORA or some other suitable person as such administrator. /s/ William [x] BEASLEY, Margret? J. BOWDEN. Witnesses: [first name unreadable] POWELL, William BOWDEN
14 Aug 1902 - Application for Letters Testamentary. A.M. SIMMONS being duly sworn, doth say: That William BEASLEY, late of Currituck county, is dead, without leaving any will and testament; and that A.M. SIMMONS is the proper person entitled to Letters of Administration on said estate. Further, that the value of the estate is worth about $[nothing written], so far as can be ascertained at the date of this application; and that William BEASLEY is entitled as heir thereof. /s/ A.M. SIMMONS (oath of administrator follows this document)
28 Aug 1902 - Final Account of A.M. SIMMONS, administrator of the estate of William BEASLEY, deceased. Mentions paid William BEASLEY, next of kin of William BEASLEY, $129.00. After all debts were paid the estate was worth 32 cents.
[Source: Currituck County Record of Estates 1812-1926; Vol. Ashby-Brumsey (Microfilm G.030.1862908)]
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