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Stephen Brummell - 1888

22 June 1888 - Application for Letters of Guardianship.  W.L. FULFORD states that Annie W. FULFORD is his wife and a minor and was the daughter of Stephen BRUMMELL; that her chattle estate is worth about $45.00 and that as her husband he is the proper person entitled to Letters of Guardianship.  /s/ W.L. FULFORD  (his Guardian's Oath followed)

1 July 1888 - The estate of Annie W. FULFORD, minor, in account with W.L.FULFORD, her guardian.  Received $40.00 from H.B. ANSELL, Clerk of Superior Court, being her share of the damages awarded against the N.S. Railroad for land condemned for its use which belonged to said ward and others.  /s/ W.L. FULFORD, guardian

5 Sept 1890 - Paid $40.00 to Annie W. FULFORD, now of full age.  /s/ W.L. FULFORD

5 Sept 1890 - Recd of my late guardian, W.L. FULFORD, $40.00 in full satisfaction and discharge of all amounts due me and I hereby release him and his securities on his guardian bond.  /s/ Annie W. FULFORD

[Source: Currituck County Record of Estates 1812-1926; Vol. Ashby-Brumsey (Microfilm G.030.1862908)]

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