Estate Records of
John Bowyer 1843

Accounts Sales Est. Bowyer Jany 25th 1843

1000 lb fodder @ 50 Jemima Bowyer $5.00
1000 lb Do @ 55 same 5.50
1000 lb Do @ 57 same 5.70
bal do @ 60 James Crosland (resold)
lot of corn shucks George Bristow 3.00
14 bus shelled corn @ 46 Wm. Moore 6.67
bus pease @ 45 James Crosland (resold)
9 turkeys @ 32 Jemima Bowyer 2.88
1 grind stone same 3.75
2 pr steel yards same 1.00
450 lbs pork @ 4 same 18.00
45 lbs lard @ 4 same 1.80
pots & c. same 5.00
1 loom & gear same 1.25
1 wheel & cards same 1.30
1 lot coopers ware same .50
1 scree plate Thos. Quick paid 2.00
lot side irons Jemima Bowyer .35
1 lot tin ware same 1.00
1 gold watch same 70.00
2 half round tables same 7.50
side board & whats on it same 5.00
desk & drawers Goodwin Wallace 7.50
2 small tables Jemima Bowyer .50
1 walnut table same 3.00
16 chairs lot same 6.25
1 clock wooden same 5.00
1 looking glass same .80
1 lot of candle sticks same 1.05
1 lot book same 7.25
1 shot gun (d b) Peter Bowyer 26.00
1 rifle Thos. Bowyer 10.25
1 wagon & gear John Turnage (note) 125.00
1 barouch & harness Jemima Bowyer 60.00
1 old Spanish saddle do 3.00
1 saddle & bridle David Stephens (paid) 3.00
1 lot of farming tools Jemima Bowyer 8.20
1 lot do Thomas Watson (paid) 3.00
1 saw & square Jemima Bowyer .50
1 cutting box John Turnage (note) 2.62
1 sorrel mare Thomas Bowyer 60.00
1 bay horse, Button Jemima Bowyer 25.00
1 sorrel horse same 36.00
1 mule, Jack William Seals (note) 57.00
1 mare mule Peter Bowyer (note) 39.00
1 bay horse Jackson Stubbs (note) 8.00
1 cow & calf Jemima Bowyer 9.00
1 do - do same 10.50
1 red heifer Goodwin Wallace (note) 4.00
1 black do Jemima Bowyer 4.00
1 cow black Goodwin Wallace (note) 7.00
1 spotted heifer Jemima Bowyer 7.00
63 head of hogs @ 70 same 44.10
6 do fattening hogs @ 2.35 same 14.00
50 bush corn @ 40 same 20.00
50 do do @ 40 same 20.00
50 do do @ 40 same 20.00
50 do do @40 same 20.00
50 do do @ 35 Dan Beasely (note given) 17.50
50 do do @ 37 Washington Bundy (note) 18.50
50 do do @36 John Crosland (resold) 18.00
50 do do @35 John S. Hamilton resold 17.50
1 bed stead & furniture Jemima Bowyer 16.00
do do same 10.00
2 beds 1 stead & furniture same 16.00
1 bed 1 stead & furniture same 14.50
1 table same .25
1 pr brass dogs (?) & shovel same 1.50
1 do Iron same .50
1 small cradle same .25
1 demigohn (?) same .50
candle moulds & canister same .55
1 barrel flour same 5.50
1 do same 5.50
1 do same 5.62
1 old cotton gin Benjamin More (note) 1.00
1 do same (note) 14.00
1 pr wheels log & chairs H. W. Tiles (note) 5.25
1 old wagon (repairing) Jemima Bowyer 16.50
25 bush corn @ 36 Jackson Stubbs 9.00
25 do do @ 35 Jemima Bowyer 8.75
25 bush bale do @ 35 Jackson Stubbs 8.75
48 bush Bale do @35 Jemima Bowyer 16.80
168 lbs lot of fodder @ 40 same 6.72
9 bus lot of pease @ 40 same 3.60

 

 

South Carolina

Marlboro District

To Joshua David, Ordinary of Said District

The petition of Jemima Boyer, sheweth that John W. Boyer her husband, lately died intestate, leaving considerable personal estate undisposed of in any manner, your petitioner pray that citation may issue, citing all and singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased to shew cause on a given day if any they have why Letters of Administration should not be granted to your petitioner & she will pray & c.

October 28th 1842 Jemima Bowyer

A true and perfect inventory and appraisement of all the goods and chattels and personal property of John W. Bowyer late of Marlborough District deceased, made by us whose names are hereunder written the 10th day of January 1843.

1 wagon and gear $80 1 barouch & harrness $100.00 180.00
1 old ditto $18 2 old saddles & bridle $3 21.00
1 lot tools, saw drawing knife, axes & c 10.00
1 sorrel mare $80, 1 bay horse (Britton) $25, 1 bay do Tom $25 130.00
1 do horse Bairn $40 1 horse mule $35 1 mare ditto $35 110.00
1 lot plows, cutting box, axes, traces, harness & c 7.00
1 cow & calf $8 5 head more of cattle $25 33.00
8 sows & pigs $32 24 head shoats & c $24 9 Turkeys $3.60 29.60
6 head hogs in pen 8.00
1 lot corn in shuck supposed to be 500 bushels @ 50 250.00
1 lot shucks $2 1 lot fodder supposed to be 5,000 @ 60 per 100 32.00
1 lot shelled corn suppose 14 bushels @ 50 1 lot peas suppose 10 bus @ 50 12.00
2 cotton gins $20 1 grindstone $3 2 pr steel yards 2.50 25.50
1 lot salted pork suppose 500 $20 1 lot lard 22.50
1 lot pot ware $7 1 loom & hear $2 1 wheel & cards 1.75 10.75
1 lot cooper ware sifer & c $2 1 lot sad irons 50 2.50
2 half round tables $10 1 side board & contents $15 25.00
1 desk drawers $7 2 small tables $2 1 folding table $5 14.00
1 lot chears $4 1 baker & fat tub $2 1 clock 10 16.00
1 looking glass 75 1 lot candlesticks 50 1 lot books 8. 9.25
1 bed, stead & furniture $15, 1 ditto & ditto $15 30.00
1 pr fire dogs & shovel 1.25 1 pr brass do 2.50 3.75
1 bed stead & furniture $15 1 small table 50 15.50
2 do & 1 stead & bed cloths $20 wearing apparel 50 20.50
1 gold watch $70 1 crib $1 Demijou, canteen & candleholder 72.00
3 barrels flour $15 15.00
1 negro boy Jack $250, 1 ditto Bill (big) $500 750.00
1 do woman Lissa $350, 1 boy little Bill $250 600.
2509.85
Inventory & appraisement J. W. Bowyer Cont.

amount bro. Forwd

2509.85
Debts due the decd (notes)
Notes considered good
Silas Skipper $22 John Odom 2 notes $100 ea 322.00
Joseph Bennet 106 Lewis Brigman $187.70 293.70
Silas Skipper 17.80 Joel Philips & L. B. Bright 3 notes $91.66 99.68
Solo. Phillips $85 ditto $111 L. B. Bright 4.68 224.63
G. Wallace 6.85 Jackson Stubbs $200 C. Stanton 18.08 224.63
Sol. Philips $5 Wm. Graham $6 11.00
Atty rec for A. Breedens 3 notes 2850.00
Doubtful
John McKinon $63 James Beverly execution 9.50 13.50
Jno. R. Brice $20 Jos. I Woods baln----- A. S. McDaniel 7.81 27.81
Jesse Bristow 17.25 Danl L. McLaurin 4.87 22.12
Thomas Stubbs Jr. 1941 T. I. Campbell 20.70 40.11
Danl L. McDaniel & Wm. Easterling 5.00
Desperate
Thomas Bristow 6.50 Martin Surls $143.7 do 122.15 271.72
Jas Cook 2 notes $30 John Wilks 18.95 C. T. McRea $25 73.95
Accounts
Wm Pearce $51.77 Nelson Bristow 2.14 Jno. Speight 31.12
Jno Bristow 7.88 Mary Webster 5.50 Silas Skipper 6.41
Aaron Breeden baln 13.93 Wm Petman 58.33
Jno. Adams Sen 2.21 Jno. McQueen $19 Martha Bright 20.24
Peter Smith 6.15 Tobias Calder 6.81 John Odom 3.45
Wm Seals 2.22 Robinson Hubbard 1.80 Chs Stanton bal. 11.88
Jas. McQueen bal $7 Wm Smith 1.62
Annanias Graham 4.84 Ann F. Stubbs 3.93
Wm McCachin $1 Kendricky assignment of Judgm Stubbs $100
Godfrey Odom 3, Stafford Gibson 8.86
Duncan Wright 1.38 John Wright 1.50
William B. Hamilton $58.80

 

In addition to the above we were shown some books with various statements of accounts many which appear to have been promiscuously made, and are of opinion that it is not necessary to encumber his return with a transcript of them.

Approved by us the day and date above written

    1. W. Liles

Thomas Quick

Jno W. Stubbs

Samuel Odom

Younger Newton

Appraisers

 

Dr the Estate of John W. Boyer decd

1844 To cash paid I. W. Stubbs magistrate costs .87
" " " for Sarah Boyer vz
" " " 1 pr shoes $1 shawl of M. Townsend 75 1.75
" " " 1 pr do. of Townsend 75 1 spellg book 10 .85
" " " 4 yds calico of Townsend & Douglass 16 1/3 .56
" " " yds muslin 11 .11 3.39
" " " for Cornelia vz
" " " 1 pr shoes at Sawyard 1.00
" " " 1 shawl of M. Townsend 75 .75
" " " 1 pr shoes .75
" " " 1 cobb reader of T. L. Douglass .20
" " " 4 yds calico 16 1/3 .68
" " " yds muslin .11
" " " J. W. Huckabee tuition 5.46 8.95
" " " for Ann E. Bowyer viz
" " " 1 pr shoes at Sanyard 1.25
" " " 8 yds calico @ 31 8 yds homespun 16 at T & D 2.65
" " " 1 feather fan, powder & puff .88
" " " 1 pr scissors 25 1 pr kid slippers 1.38 1.63
" " " 6 yds homespun 1.00
" " " of M. Townsend 1844 8 yds musdelain 3.00
" " " blk cambric silk & thread .31
" " " 1 pr stockings .25 10.97
" " " For Thomas Boyer
" " " cash $1 paid F. David $5 6.00
" " " of M. Townsend, cannass pading silk & thd .90
" " " T & D 1 bar lead 10 1 pr pumps 2.25 2.35
" " " 3 yds gambroon 30 1 pr handles $1 1.90
" " " 4 yds chambry @ 25 1.00
" " " gr. Paper 13 1 money purse 25 .38
" " " 2 pr hose 50 doz buttons & silk .38 .88
" " " 2 linen collars & spool thread .60
" " " 3 bars lead 25 cash 50 .75
" " " 1 pr calf brogans 21.25
carried up to Cr side 17.01 29.60
amount brot ford 29.60
for Thomas Boyer brot over 46.20
To cash paid William Munneryer 5.28
" " " I Q Stephens 2 accts 1.50 $ 1. 2.50 53.98
For Peter Boyer
of Townsend & Douglas
5/8 yds homespun 15 1 nest patterns $1 1.15
1 yd cambraic 16 buttons 12 silk 20 .32
powder & shots 25 3 yds bro. Linen drill 37 1.37
1 pr gloves 38 3 yds bro. Homespun 37 .75
buttons & thread 38 1 best pat & trimings 1.50 1.88
3 yds bro drile 42 1 yd silk serge 1.67
blk cambric 16 1 yd twist 10 wadding 13 .39
1 yds sileic 38 3 sks silk 10 yds serge 31 1.06
4 cravat & cury comb 1.13
paid I Q Stephens acct 1.00
cook & southd 2 bunches fiddle strings & bass .31
1 collar & bosom .75 11.78
For Thomas omitted
1 geaze cap $1 bridle & stirrup leather 1.75 2.75
Feb 4 cash paid Wm Davis baln proven a/c 5.40
May 1 cash paid ordinary fees 5.00
cash paid State & local tax 4.95
113.47
in acct with Jemima Boyer admr Cr
By cash recd for hire of Big Bill 1845 50.00
" " " of John Odom on note 49.63
" " " Est. Geo Bullard on Judgm 18.50
" " " George Standton on a/c 3.75
" " " Bright & Philip on Judgm’s $100.10 40.63 140.73
" " " for Mill Irons 35.75
" " " of T. C. Lang on acct 7.51
" " " John Toler note 3.00
" " " Liab Chavis land rents 5.00
" " " Fairly refunded of negro hire 5.00
$318.87
to cash amount brot from Dr. side 29.60
for Thomas Boyer cont. 17.01
to cash pd T & D 1 Blk fur hat $3.75 3.75
" " " 1 pr suspenders 63 1 silk hose 1.25 1.88
" " " 1 yd bl homespun $1 1.00
" " " 3 yds kentuck jeans $2 buttons thread 19 2.19
" " " pr gloves 31 vest pattern 75 buttons 6 1.12
" " " yd blk chambre 12 silk 6 .18
" " " yd homespun 9 coat buttons 38 .47
" " " yd padding 30 1 yd homespun 10 .40
" " " silk 10 doz flints 6 3 yds K. Jeans @ 70 2.16
" " " ---@ 25 yds padding 30 yd canvas 19 .74
" " " yd cambre 16 1 sett buttons 63 .79
" " " silk & thed 37 1 yd tweed 10 wadding 13 .60
" " " 3 yds fancy cassimer for $4 bro holland 31 4.31
" " " buttons 15 silk 12 thread 6 .33
" " " powder 13 .13
" " " of McCollum powder 12 1 br brim hat 3.75 3.87
" " " of McCollum 3 yds grantwill for $1 pr slippers $1 2.00
" " " of McCollum powder 13 1 girth 25 powder & shot 50 .88
" " " of McCollum 1 pr merino gloves .38
" " " of Cook & S 2 Bosom & Collars 1.50 yd Linen 25 1.75
" " " of Cook & S 1 spool cotton 10 doz shirt buttons 10 .20
" " " of Cook & S fish hooks 6 .06
carried forward 46.20 29.60

 

Jemima Bowyer admr of John W. Bowyer decd appeared before me and made oaths that the foregoing is a true acct of her receipts & expenditures on acct of the est of said decd for the year 1846 to the best of her belief

before me the 28 June 1847 Jemima Bowyer

Jos. David Ordy

South Carolina

Marlboro District

To Joshua David Ordinary of said District

The petition of Jemima Bowyer administratrix of the good and chattels of John W Bowyer late of said District decd Sheweth

That the personal property of said estate consists of stock of various kinds, household and plantation articles, corn, fodder & c, most or all of which is liable to loss & waster, and she is of opinion that it would be most advantageous to all concerned, to sell the whole of said goods & effecting such credit as you may deem most proper therefore she prays an order or permission so to do & she will pray & c

Jany 10, 1843 Jemima Bowyer

Warrant of Appraisement

State of South Carolina

Marlborough District

By Joshua David Esq., Ordinary of said District.

These are to authorize and empower you, or any three or four of you whose names are here under written, to repair to all such parts and places within this State, as you shall be directed unto by Jemima Bowyer Administratrix of the goods and chattels, rights and credits of John W. Bowyer deceased, wheresoever any of the said goods and chattels are or do remain within the said parts and places, and which shall be shown unto you by the said Administratrix and there view and appraise all and every the said goods and chattels, being first duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God, to make a true and perfect Inventory and appraisement thereof, and to cause the same to be returned under your hands, or any three or four of you, unto the said Jemima Bowyer on or before the first day of March next.

Witness, Joshua David Esq., Ordinary of the said District, the third day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-three and in the sixty-seventh year of American Independence.

To Messrs. Holden W. Liles, Thomas Quick, John W. Stubbs, Samuel Odom and Younger Newton.

Memorandum,

That on the tenth day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty three, personally appeared before me, Joshua David Ordinary of said District, -

Holden W. Liles, Thomas Quick, John W. Stubbs, Samuel Odom and Younger Newton

being five of the appraisers appointed to appraise the goods and chattels of John W. Bowyer, late of Marlboro deceased, who being duly sworn, made oath, that they would make a just and true appraisement of all and singular the goods and chattels of the said John W. Bowyer, deceased, as shall be produced by Jemima Bowyer administratrix of the estate of the said deceased, and that they would return the same certified under their hands, unto the said administratrix on or before the first day of March next.

Sworn, the day and year above

Written, before me,

Josa David

Ordy M. D.

Dr the estate of John W. Bowyer in acct

1843

Jany 6

To cash pd C. P. Judd by Shff Bristow per order 82.12
July 20 " " " M & B. D. Townsend proven a/c & note No. 1 87.72
" " " A Breeden in part proven a/c No. 2 35.00
" " " Dr. B. J. Williams proven a/c No. 3 107.25
" " " McCollum & c note & proven a/c No. 4 32.31
" " " D. A. McRae & c proven a/c No. 5 13.38
" " " C. W. Dudley note due Tho. Stubbs No. 6 16.18
" " " E. P. Ervin note due H. Patterson No. 7 33.35
" " " J. W. Bowyers order on Shff to C. W. Dudley No. 8 69.15
Aug 2 " " "McIver & Ingles note to Bryan & Buchannon No. 9 69.10
" " " Keeler & c a/c No. 10 25.00
Aug 7 " " " Tho. Quick note & int. No. 11 26.75
Aug 8 " " " W. G. Feagin proven a/c No. 12 8.00
Sept 20 " " " C. W. Dudley proven a/c No. 13 10.00
Jany 21 " " " G. Wallace cr on note part No. 14 30.00
27 " " " David Sedberry a/c No. 15 8.50
Feby 28 " " " Tax No. 16 4.80
Mar 31 " " " M. Vann for Ann No. 17 3.00
Apr 21 " " " Ordinary fee No. 18 8.00
Nov. 21 " " " John L. Fairly a/c No. 19 6.00
22 " " " D. Johnson a/c proven No. 20 2.50
Dec 4 " " " H. Patterson a/c proven No. 21 3.50
10 " " " Dr. McLean a/c proven No. 22 26.12
26 " " " E. J. Leviner account proven No. 23 1.16
30 " " " Jackson Stubbs a/c proven No. 24 2.36
" " " Jno W. Stubbs a/c proven No. 25 .50
" " " Jno Parham a/c proven No. 26 3.71
" " " Thos Brigman a/c proven No. 27 1.67
" " " Noah Gibson account proven No. 28 5.00
" " " costs to magirstate & constable 2.14
" " " Tuition No. 29 12.30
" " " Mrs. Adams on note cr. on note 210.00
" " " Mrs. Dozier on note cr on note 161.00
" " " McCollum No. 30 .25
carried over 1009.82
amot brot forward 1009.82
To cash pd John Stubbs part note cr on note 55.00
" " " James Jones part note cr on note 17.55
" " " Ben Moor part note cr on note No. 31 147.87
" " " N. P. Peabody part note No. 32 1.00
" " " W. Davis a/c in part 7.00
" " " A. Breeden 72.00
" " " Townsend No. 33 33.58
Sundries furnished P. B. Bowyer this year per a/c 19.28
Do Do Thomas Bowyer this year per a/c 37.93
Do Do A. E. Bowyer this year per a/c 8.52
1409.55
with Jemima Bowyer admix Cr
1843

Jany 6

By cash recd of Shff Bristow for W. Judd 82.12
16 " " " do do do 50.00
July 20 " " " of Do. balance in his hands of

care, J. W. Bowyer vs A. Breeden exclusive

of amount of J. E. David purchase not paid

 

572.50

" " " of William Davis 4.00
" " " of A. F. Stubbs 3.75
" " " of Wm Seals purchase at sale 30.00
" " " of Wash. Bundy 9.00
" " " of Wm. Smith .62
" " " of Peter Hubbard .75
" " " of James Beverly 5.62
" " " of Wm Pearce 2.00
" " " of S. Soepper 16.00
" " " of Dr. Crosland for lumber for roads 31.00
" " " of Charles Stanton 47.00
" " " of Mary Webster 1.50
" " " of John Odom 106.00
" " " of Ben Moor sales 15.00
" " " of adm Jno Turnage 127.62
" " " of Lewis Brigman 105.97
" " " of Jordan Chavis 2.35
" " " of J. David Ordinary amot over paid
on cash ordinary vs J. W. Bowyer 119.00
" " " of William Moor 6.00
" " " of Jackson Stubbs 154.08
" " " of Shff part cases Philip & Scipper 129.00
1620.89

 

 

Administration Bond

South Carolina

Marlborough District

Know all men by these presents, That we Jemima Bowyer, Philip W. Pledger & Theophilous Odom are held and firlmly bound unto Joshua David Esq., Ordinary for the aforesaid District, in the full and just sum of Ten Thousand Dollars, to be paid to the said Joshua David or his successors, Ordinaries of this District, or their certain Attorney or Assigns, to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves and every of us, our heirs, executors and administrators, for the whole and in the whole, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals, and dated the third day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-four.

The condition of the above Obligation is such, That if the above bounden Jemima Bowyer administrix of all and signular the goods, chattels and credits of John W. Bowyer deceased, do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, and chattels, and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of her the said Jemima Bowyer, or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for her, and the same so made do exhibit or cause to be exhibited into the Ordinary’s Office of this District, at or before the first day of March, next ensuing; and the same goods, chattels, and all the other the goods, chattels and credits of the deceased, at the time of his death, which at any time hereafter shall come to the hands or possession of the said Jemima Bowyer, or into the hands or possession of any other persona or persons for the said Jemima, do well and truly administer according to law; and further, do make or cause to be made a true and just account of her administration, according to law, and all the rest and residue of the said goods, chattels and credits, which shall be found examined and allowed of by the Ordinary of this District for the time being, shall deliver and pay unto such person or persons, respectively, as the said Ordinary by his decree or sentence, pursuant to the true intent and meaning of the statutes and acts of Assembly of force in this State, for the better settling of intestate’s estates, shall limit and appoint; and if it shall hereafter appear that any last Will and Testament was made by the said deceased, and the executor or executors therein named, do approved accordingly, if the said Jemima Bowyer, within bounden, being thereunto required, do render and deliver up the said Letters of Administration, approbation of such Testament being first had and made to the said Ordinary. Then this Obligation to be void and of none effect, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue.

Signed, sealed and delivered, Jemima Bowyer L.S.

in the presence of P. W. Pledger L.S.

  1. R. DonaldsonTheophilous Odom L.S.

 

South Carolina

Marlboro District

By Joshua David Ordinary of said District

Whereas Jemima Bowyer Administrix of the goods and chattels of John W. Bowyer deceased has petitioned the court for liberty to sell the personal property of said estate: and it appearing proper upon due investigation to grant the prayer of said petition.

These are therefore to permit and empower the said Jemima Bowyer to expose to sale at public outcry the whole of the goods, the property of said estate (except the negroes) to the highest bidder on a credit until the first day of January next for all sums of five dollars and upward taking notes with good and sufficient security, for all sums under five dollars cash on delivery fifteen days pervious notice of said sale to be given by public advertisement and a return of said sale to be by her made to the ordinary office aforesaid within the time prescribed by law.

Given under my hand and seal the tenth day of January A.D. 1843

Jos David Ordy M.D.

 

Adminstrator’s Oath - Cheraw Gazett Office

State of South Carolina

Marlborough District

By Joshua David Esq., Ordinary

Personally appeared before me, Jemima Bowyer Administratrix of John W. Bowyer Administratrix of John W. Bowyer decd who being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God, made oath, and said that she would produce to show to the appraisers who shall be appointed by the Ordinary, and inform them of, all and singular the goods and chattels of John W. Bowyer deceased, which already have or shall before the day of making the appraisement, come to her hands, possession or knowledge, and that the said John W. Bowyer deceased, died without any will, so far as she knew or believed, and that she would well and truly administer all the singular the goods, chattels, rights and credits of the said deceased, and pay all his just debts, as far as the same will extend and the law require of her and that she would make a true and perfect inventory of all said goods, chattels, rights and credits, and return a just account when thereunto required.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this third day of January 1843. Jemima Bowyer

Jos. David

Dr Estate John W. Bowyer in

1845
Mar 10 To amot paid G. Wallace proven a/c No. 1 36.13
Apr 9 " " " M. Townsend No. 2 10.62
Mar 23 " " " Mary Adams on Note 9.00
May 12 " " " same No. 3 333.38 342.38
Apr 10 " " " S. R. Thomas repairg gin brush No. 4 5.00
" " " " " John Thomas proven a/c No. 5 19.87
Mar 25 " " " Taxes No. 6 4.14
May 5 " " " McQueen & Thornwell atty No. 7 50.00
" " " Shff Judg & Int to E. Dozier No. 8 114.80
July 29 " " " S. Keeler (repairg saddle) No. 9 3.00
" " " John Herndon for fencing 5.00
" " "Townsend & Douglas for Thos Bowyer 21.80
" " "Jno McCollum for same 18.03
" " "Mending book 75 1 pr shoes 2.00 2.75
" " "1 vest pattern & trimming 1. Cash 2. 3.00 45.58
" " "For Peter Bowyer
" " "to John McCollum 12.17
" " "Townsend & Douglas 6.98
" " "D. B. McArn .73 19.88
" " "for Ann E. Bowyer
" " "to John McCollum .13
" " "D. B. McArn 4.45
" " "1 dress 1.60 1 pr shoes 1.50 shawl 1.75 4.85
" " "1 Do. 1.63 1.63 11.06
" " "pd for Cornelia Bowyer
" " "to D.B. McArn .28
" " "Townsend & Douglas 1.25
" " "F. Linch for pr Bootees .87
" " "Huckabee for tuition 3.93
" " "Bonnet .50 6.83
" " " Sarah Bowyer Tuition 2.53
" " "F. Lynch pr bootees 87 Bonnet 50 1.37
" " "D.B. McArn 28 Townsend & Douglas .88 1.16 5.07
for nails & hinges 1.92

 

In Account with Jemima Bowyer admt Cr

1845
May 5 By cash recd from Sales Pearces Land 550.82
" " " G. Wallace on notes & int 44.88
" " " Jno & S. Thomas a/c 20.00
" " " Silas Scipper on note 2.00
" " " John Herardon rent 45.00
" " " Thomas Quick rents 8.00
" " " John Odom on note 65.00
" " " Mr. Fairly on acct negros hire refunded 5.00

 

South Carolina

Marlboro District

Personally appeard Mrs. Jemima Bowyer admr of the Est of John W. Bowyer decd & made oath that the above is a just and true accot of her receipts & expenditures on acct of said Estate for the year 1845 to the best of beleif.

Sworn to 1st May

1846 before me Jemima Bowyer

Jos. David Ordy M.D.

 

 

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