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William Haynes 
Submitted By:  Jean Hubbs Shay (gmpigma@home.com)

HICKMAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY WILL BOOK VOL. ONE (1822-1834)
Read and typed by Laura Willis
Indexed by Doris Dublin
Published 1994 Simmons Historical Publications Melber, Kentucky.......42609

WILL BOOK A page 55
Appraisement of the Estate of William Haynes, deceased
Personal Property includes:
A negro woman named Landis; Patsy, a negro woman; Sam, a negro boy; Rooth a negro girl; Harriet a negro girl; Phillip, a negro boy child; Ralph, a negro boy child; Hester, a negro woman; Michael a negro boy child; Lewis a negro man, Chesher a negro man; horses, yoke of oxen and cart, cattle, jule, hogs, tools, beds and furniture, kettle and pot, oven and lid and miller, pot hooks, andirons, oven and lid, table furniture, glass bottles, coffee mill, funnel and tin table, books, liiking glass, (probably looking) coopers ware, steelyards, saddles, Spanish saddles, old iron, gears, harness, waggon, grindstone, beef hide, Lela a negro woman, sheep shears, feather bed and furniture.
Total personal property appraised at $3529.00
(Spelling was not corrected, entered as written in the will book. GJS)

WILL BOOK A page 132
Apraisement of the Estate of William Haynes, deceased, was produced in open court, examined and ordered to be recorded this 21st March, 1831.

WILL BOOK A page 140
Sale of the Estate of WILLIAM HAYNES, deceased
Buyers were:

Polly Haynes
Hired Chesher, a negro; hired Candes and child; cow and yearling, beds and furniture, looking glass, cupboard ware, candlestick, kettle, skillet, oven and lid, pot, lot young hogs, andirons, pot rack, steelyards, gears, jars, boods, mare and colt, falling axe.

P. Priestley- Hired Lewis, a negro; gears

Regin Duvidge- Hired Patsey and child, motley cow and yearling

Gideon Jarrett- red cow and yearling, grindstones

Stephen Ray- yoke of oxen, cow

Robert Turner- Sundries

T. W. Williamson- two sows and pigs

John Hensley- steers

Simon Aldeman- lot of iron

John Rumley- shovel and bushings

David Menser- wedge, auger, shovel, weeding how

James Nichols- handsaw and drawing knife, falling ace, grubbing hoe

James Murphey- two hooks

Adam Haynes- Spanish saddle

Albert Dickerson- saddle and blanket

page 61
Marcus Milner- beef hide

George Stephens- claybank filley

Benjamin Enlow- roan horse, sorrel horse

John Gentry- gray horse

George Haynes- roan mare

James Turnes- sorrel stud horse

Mary Haynes- feather bed and furniture

Thomas Vincent- sheep shears

John Haynes- Hired Peter and Lila

Total amount received from sale of estate was $1041.98 3/4


WILLBOOK A page 142
Sale of Estate of William Haynes, deceased, was produced in open court, examined and ordered to be recorded this 15th June, 1831.

WILL BOOK A page 171
Dower of Mary Haynes, widow of William Haynes, deceased
We the commissioners, have allotted to Mary Haynes, widow of William Haynes, deceased, her dower as follows, viz, One negro man named Churcher/Chesher at the value of five hundred dollars, one negro woman named Delila at three hundred dollars, and five hundred dollars in cash and property that she purchased at the sale of the decedent, (Probably....Polly Haynes) amount in all to thirteen hundred dollars, which dower Mary Haynes professes to be satisfied with. Given under our hand this 19 January 1833.
Samuel Crossland
Joseph Roper
A. S. Tyler

WILL BOOK A page 172
Allotment of Dower to Mary Haynes, was produced in Court, examined and ordered to be recorded this 9 day of February 1833.
H. L Edrington, Clerk

WILL BOOK A page 174
Division of William Haynes, deceased
Motion for the appointment of commissioners to divide the negro slaves belonging to William Haynes, deceased, to his heirs, this 4th day of February, 1833.
Marcus Milner
William Ross
Affidavit of Marcus Milner and William Ross, was produced in court, examined and ordered to be recorded this 12th day of February, 1833

WILL BOOK A page 180
Division of the Estate of William Haynes, deceased
We, the commissioners, do make the following report :
To Robert Sale- Lilly and Phillip at $300;
To Mark Hubbs- Mary and Rafe and Betsey at $375;
To William Ross- Sarah and Mike at $275;
To Thomas Sales- Malinda and Adaline and Robert at $360-
To Marcus Milner- Lewis at $400;
To John Haynes- Peter at $400;
To George Haynes- Presley and Parley at $390;
To Henry Haynes- Candis and Calvin at $400'
To Sarah Haynes- Hester and Lyda at $355;
To Adair (probably Adam) Haynes- Samuel and Rutha at $350;
and Henry Haynes pays to Robert Sales $39.50 cents; Marcus Milner pays to William Ross $30.50 cents; John Haynes pays to William Ross $39.50 cents; Robert Sales pays to Thomas Sales 50 cents; Robert Sales pays to Adam Haynes $2.50 cents, giving to each one of the legatees, the negroes a next to their names, and to pay the several sums of money owed, making all them equal in value at three hundred and sixty dollars and 50 dents. Given under our hands this 14th day of February 1833.
Samuel Crossland
Joseph Roper
Benjamin Enloe

WILL BOOK A page 187
Settlement with John Haynes, Administrator of the Estate of William Haynes, deceased, was produced in open court, examined and ordered to be recorded this 6th day of May 1833

WILL BOOK A page 190
Repport of Guardian of Heirs of William Haynes, deceased
I, Marcus Milner, guardian of the heirs of William Haynes, namely Henry Haynes and Sarah Haynes, and report the amount of property, coming to my possession, in which I received four promissory notes on Mark Hubs, one due January 15, 1831 for $50, one due 19th March 1831 for $24, one due 1st day of January 1833 for $137.60 and one on George Haynes due 1st January 1833 for $67.20. Whole amount received $204.80, and no money on notes is yet collected this 2nd day of September 1833.
Report of Marcus Milner, Guardian of Henry Haynes and Sarah Haynes, was returned in Court, examined and ordered to be recorded this 9th day of November, 1833.