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AYCOCK /ACOCK Family - Warren County North Carolina

Submitted by Ann E. Brosnahan

 

Copied at the NC National Archives by Ann Brosnahan 2006

 

Records of Estates, Warren County, North Carolina, Volume IV

Minute Docket - Court Of Pleas and Quarter Session 1852-1854

 
Page 1.

(1)

  HENRY ACOCK The Court ordered the County Trustee to pay WILLIAM C. CLANTON four dollars for a coffin for the estate of the dec’d., May Ct., 1852
     
(8)   MARIAH AYCOCK The Court ordered the County Trustee pay WILLIAM R. HARRIS for making a coffin for the said MARIAH, Aug. Ct., 1853.
     
(9)   SALLY AYCOCK Inventory and account of sale by RANSOM AYCOCK, admr Feb. Ct., 1853.
     
(10)   WILLIAM AYCOCK The widow NANCY AYCOCK having relinquished her right to administer, administration was grtd. to John W. White, Feb Ct., 1854.
 
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(136)

  As the result of a suit by John King et-al SAMUEL AYCOCK et-al the remaining sum of money in the hands of the Clerk was divided into shares as follows: (1) 1/11 to JOHN KING as assignee of ALLEN KING; (2) 1/11 to SAMUEL A. WILLIAMS as admr. of HENRY AYCOCK; (3) 1/11 to RANSOM AYCOCK; (4) 1/11 to LUCAS LANCASTER, assignee of LEMUEL LANCASTER; (5) 1/11 to HENRY HARRIS: assignee of ABNER AYCOCK; (6) 1/11 to HENRY HARRIS, admr. Of MARY SHAW; (7) 1/11 to WILLIAM C. CLANTON, assignee of WILLIAM AYCOCK; (8) 1/11 to WILLIAM C. CLANTON, assignee of RICHARD AYCOCK; (9) 1/11 to SALLY AYCOCK; (10) 1/11 to NANCY AYCOCK; and (11) l/11 to SAMUEL AYCOCK, Feb. Ct., 1852.
 

Records of Estates, Warren County, North Carolina, Volume IV

Minute Docket - Court Of Pleas and Quarter Session 1854-1857

 
Page 11.

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   SALLY AYCOCK Accounts ordered examined with SAMUEL A. WILLIAMS, admr., Nov. Ct. 1854
     

(177)

   WILLIAM AYCOCK Accounts ordered examined with JOHN W. WHITE, admr., May Ct., 1856. JOHN W. WHITE, was aptd. gdn. of the children of the dec’d. Nov. Ct. 1856.
 
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(939)   HENRY HARRIS et al petitioned SALLY AYCOCK et al for a division of land, Apr. Ct., 1851, Oct. Ct., 1851, April Ct., 1852, Oct. Ct., 1852, Mar. Ct., 1853, Oct. Ct., 1853, Mar. Ct., 1853, Oct. Ct., 1853, Mar. Ct., 1854, Sept. Ct., 1854, Apr. Ct. 1855. Record notes that SALLY AYCOCK was an idiot, and her former guardian had died. The defendants SAMUEL AYCOCK and AUGUSTUS AYCOCK lived out of state. The following persons were entitled to shares of the land; (1) 5/9 to HENRY HARRIS; (2) 1/9 to VIRGINIA A. WRIGHT, MINERVA H. WRIGHT, WILLIAM D. WRIGHT; (3) 1/9 to SALLY AYCOCK, MARY AYCOCK, MARTHA ANN AYCOCK, ANN MARIA AYCOCK, and FRANCES AYCOCK (all heirs of CLAIBORNE AYCOCK, dec’d.); (4) 1/9 to MARY AYCOCK, AUGUSTUS AYCOCK, ELIZA DUNCAN was the WIFE of GORDON DUNCAN.

Lemuel Lancaster and wife petitioned the estate, Apr. Ct., 1855, noting that SALLY AYCOCK was a lunatic and had died interstate, and by the petition they requested a share of her estate. Record notes her estate should be divided among her brothers and sisters or their living issue as follows: (1) 1/10 to her sister SUSAN, wife of LEMUEL LANCASTER; (2) 1/10 to her sister TEMPY, wife of ALLEN KING; (3) 1/10 to her brother RICHARD AYCOCK; (4) 1/10 to her brother ABNER AYCOCK; (5) 1/10 to her brother SAMUEL AYCOCK; (6) 1/10 to her brother RANSOM AYCOCK; (7) 1/10 to be divided among the heirs of her dec’d. sister MARY SHAW, specifically (a) 1/3 of 1/10 to ALEXANDER SHAW, son of MARY SHAW; (b) 1/3 of 1/10 to MARY

 

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(939)   LAMBERD, the only child of MARY LAMBERD, dec’d. , who was a daughter of MARY SHAW; and (c) 1/3 of 1/10 to be divided among MARY SHAW, ALICE SHAW, and AUGUSTIN SHAW, the only children of JAMES SHAW, a dec’d. son of MARY SHAW; (8) 1/10 to be divided among the children of her dec’d. brother CLAIBORNE AYCOCK, specifically (d) 1/5 of 1/10 to SALLY, wife of SION CARLISLE; (e) 1/5 of 1/10 to MARY AYCOCK; (f) 1/5 of 1/10 to MARTHA ANN, wife of SANDY STALLINGS; (g) 1/5 of 10 to ANN MARIA, wife of JAMES CARLISLE; and (h) 1/5 of 1/10 to FRANCES AYCOCK, a minor with NANCY AYCOCK her gdn.; (9) 1/10 to the children of a dec’d. brother HENRY AYCOCK, specifically (i) ¼ of 1 /10 to MARY AYCOCK; (j) ¼ of 1/10 to AUGUSTUS AYCOCK ; (k) ¼ of 1/10 to JOHN AYCOCK; and (1) ¼ of 1/10 to ELIZA, wife of GORDON DUNCAN; and (10) 1/10 to be divided among the children of WILLIAM AYCOCK, a dec’d. brother, specifically (m) 1/11 of 1/10 to SALLY AYCOCK; (n) 1/11 of 1/10 to AUSTIN AYCOCK; (o) 1/11 of 1/10 to GEORGE AYCOCK; (p) 1/11 of 1/10 to MARY AYCOCK; (q) 1/11 of 1/10 to EDWARD AYCOCK; (r 1/11 of 1/10 MARTHA AYCOCK; (s) 1/11 of 1/10 to SUSAN AYCOCK; (t) 1/11 of 1/10 ANNA AYCOCK; (u) 1/11 of 1/10 WILLIAM AYCOCK; (v) 1/11 of 1/10 JOHN AYCOCK; and (w) 1/11 of 1/10 to EMILY, wife of _______ REDMOND, Apr. Ct. 1855. WILLIAM F. HILLIARD and wife el-al petitioned for a division, Apr. Ct., 1855. Record notes the infant petitioners were MARY, ALICE, and AUGUSTIN SHAW, all tenants in common of 1/3 part of land, subject to the dower of the petitioner ELIZABETH HILLIARD, formerly the widow of JAMES SHAW, Apr. Ct. 1855.
     
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(1173)   MARY ANN AYCOCK petitioned for a division of slaves, Feb. Ct. 1854.
     
(1176)   NANCY A. AYCOCK petitioned for her year’s provisions, May Ct. 1854
 

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