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Miles Farrow - 1824
NC State Archives; Original estates records 1745-1904; CR.053.508.23; Hyde Co. Court Minutes

Feb. Term 1822 - Lydia Farrow, widow of Miles Farrow, dec'd., relinquishes her right of administration on his estate to Israel Watson.  Court ordered that Israel Watson, adm'r. of Miles Farrow, dec'd., have leave to sell perishable property.  Ordered that Israel Watson, adm'r. of Miles Farrow, dec'd., have leave to sell the right of deceased in 1/2 of a Negro girl named Dorcas on 6 mos. credit.

Aug. Term 1822 - Israel Watson, adm'r. of Miles Farrow, dec'd., returned into court an inventory & account of sales.  Lydia Farrow, widow of Miles Farrow, gets 1 year's provision.

Nov. Term 1822 - Ordered that commissioners audit & settle the guardian accounts of Miles Farrow, dec'd., former guardian of Asenath Farrow.

May Term 1823 - Ordered to audit & settle the accounts of Miles Farrow, dec'd., & Thomas Farrow, dec'd.

Aug. Term 1823 - Ordered that Lydia Farrow have guardianship of Charity Ann Farrow & Naomi Miles Farrow with bond of 500 # each.  Miles Farrow, former guardian of Asenath Farrow, by Israel Watson, adm'r. of Miles Farrow, returned his guardian account.

Aug. 31, 1824 - The sum of $302.07 due from Asenath Farrow estate to the Miles Farrow estate.  Paid $133.53 to William Jennett, adm'r. to Asenath Farrow's estate, it being 2/3 of the debt due from Miles Farrow's estate to Asenath Farrow's estate  Paid $24.66 to William Jennett, one of the heirs of Thomas Farrow, it being his share in full due by Miles Farrow, executor of Thomas Farrow, dec'd.

Nov. Term 1824 - Commissioners returned to court their decision on the estate of Miles Farrow.  Account of Israel Watson, adm'r. of Miles Farrow, dec'd., was returned.

1825 - Oliver Gibbs in right of his wife, formerly Lydia Farrow, in account current with Charity Ann Farrow and Naomi M. Farrow, orphans of Miles Farrow, dec'd.

Nov. Term 1838 - Leroy M. Swindell & wife, and Naomi M. Farrow petition the court to sell slave.  It is ordered that slave, Ann Mariah, be sold by Col. Benjamin Watson at public auction.  On Jan. 26, 1839 Ann Mariah was bought by Thomas Ballance for $581.00.

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