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Alfred Dozier - 1897 & 1905
[There were 2 folders but I've combined them here.  See his will here.]

21 Nov 1898 - Application for Letters Testamentary.  A paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Alfred DOZIER, deceased, was exhibited in open Court by Edmond SNOWDEN, one of the executors therein named and is duly proven by the oath and examination of Edmond SNOWDEN and Geo. C. SANBORN, the subscribing witnesses thereto.  It is therefore adjudged that said proof is sufficient to have this will admitted to probate.  /s/ E.W. ANSELL, CSC

21 Nov 1898 - Executor's Oath taken by Edmond SNOWDEN.  /s/ Edmond SNOWDEN

21 Nov 1898 - Application for Letters Testamentary.  Edmond SNOWDEN states that Alfred DOZIER is dead and that his property consists of horses, carts, buggies, farming utensils, cattle, hogs, etc. and is worth about $300.00 and that Noah, Elijah, Martha, Ailsa, Lemuel, Sarah Jane, Alonzo, George, Alfred, and Ella DOZIER are the parties entitled to the same.  /s/ Edmond SNOWDEN

Mar 1899-8 July 1901 - Final account of Edmond SNOWDEN, executor of Alfred DOZIER, deceased.  Mentions paying Dr. S.M. MANN for medical bill and paying the widow [not named] for maintenance of her children.  /s/ Edmond SNOWDEN, Executor

29 Sept 1905 - Petition for order to sell personal property for cash.  /s/ E.W. ANSELL, CSC

1 Apr 1905-6 Feb 1907 - Final account of Edmund SNOWDEN, executor of the last will and testament of Alfred DOZIER, deceased, as to money having come into his hands since the 1st final account.
        1 Apr 1905 - Received $215.00 from sale of land
        6 May 1905 - Paid Alsie J. DOZIER, Elijah DOZIER, Sarah J. BRUMSEY, Lem DOZIER, Mary COWELL, Alonzo DOZIER, and Martha DOZIER $5.00 each as their distributive share
        6 Feb 1907 - Paid Noah DOZIER $124.00 according to the will
/s/ Edmund SNOWDEN

[Source: Currituck County Record of Estates 1812-1926; Vol. Brumsey-Ferebee (Microfilm G.030.1862909)]

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