Gill Document 3A

Transcribed by Daniel B. Olds from a copy of the original generously provided by Jim & Brenda Hicks

Power of Attorney

Nancy Brice & W.T. Brice

The state of Texas

Grimes County

Know all men by these presents that we Nancy P. Brice formerly Nancy Laws and her husband W. T. Brice of the County of Grimes and State of Texas do make, constitute and appoint James L. Smith of the County of Grimes and State aforesaid our true and lawful attorney for us and in our names to demand, sue for and recover from Buckner Ray, administrator of the estate of Jesse Gill, deceased, and from all other persons indebted to us, any and all sums of money, debts, claims and demands due us from said estate, and to give, execute and deliver in our names sufficient receipts or acquit?? therefore and to adjust, settle or compound all debts or demands to us from said estate and if necessary to institute proper and necessary suits for the recovery thereof and the same to pursue to final judgment and execution and an attorney or attorneys under him for all or any of the purposes aforesaid to make and substitute and ? at pleasure to revoke. And we do hereby notify, allow and confirm all and whatsoever our said attorney shall do or cause to be done in and about the premises aforesaid by virtue of the presents, as fully as if we were personally present and we do hereby revoke any and all powers of attorney executed, by us heretofore, given by us for the purposes herein before mentioned.

In witness whereof we have herewith set our hands and seals using scrawls for seals this the 2d day of May AD 1872.

Nancy P. Brice (Seal)

W.T. Brice (Seal)

 

Gill Document 3B

Transcribed by Daniel B. Olds from a copy of the original generously provided by Jim & Brenda Hicks

The State of Texas

County of Grimes

Before me J.E. Teagee notary public within and for the county of Grimes and State of Texas duly commissioned and sworn personally affirmed Wm. T. Brice and Nancy P. Brice, who is to me well known, and acknowledges that they each for themselves executed, signed and ? the forgoing power of attorney for all the purposes therein set forth and ? and the said Nancy P. Brice wife of the said W. T. Brice, parties to the forgoing power of attorney dated May 2d, 1872, who having been examined and privately and apart from her said husband after having the same fully explained to her the said Nancy P. Brice declares and acknowledges that she signed and ? the same of her own free and voluntary accord and that she wished not to detract it.

To certify all which I hereunto set my hand and official seal at office in ? this 2d Day of May AD 1882.

J.E. Teagee

Notary Public Grimes County

Texas

 

Gill Document 3C

Transcribed by Daniel B. Olds from a copy of the original generously provided by Jim & Brenda Hicks

The State of Texas

Grimes County

Know all men by these presents that we Nancy Brice and her husband W.L. Brice principals and J.S. Laws as security acknowledge ourselves bound to pay to Buckner Ray administrator estate of Jesse Gill deceased the sum of five hundred dollars United States legal tender notes, and for the payment of which well and truly to be made we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators.

The condition of which above bond is such that whereas the said boundee Nancy Brice has made application to the said Buckner Ray administrator aforesaid, for her distributive share of the estate of Jesse Gill deceased, claiming the same as only heir at law and next of kin of Mahala Laws deceased, and whereas the said Buckner Ray administrator aforesaid has paid over to James Y. Smith the attorney in fact of the said Nancy Brice and her husband (rest of document missing)

 

Sources: Wake County courthouse records, Federal Census records.


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