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  • Name Isham Smith 
    Born 1756  Brunswick Co,VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Tax List/Entry 1798  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    p 15
    COLLIER district 
    Orphans Sep 1806  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Betsey Colley minor orph of Thomas, decd. Isham Smith appt gdn, Isham Rainey, Welcome Parks, sec 9/1806 Oglethorpe OM GB 
    Orphans Sep 1806  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Thomas Colley, minor orph of Thomas, decd. Isham Smith appt gdn, Isham Rainey, Welcome Parks, sec 9/1806 Oglethorpe OM GB 
    Land Deed 9 Sep 1816  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Oglethorpe County, Georgia Deed Book I
    Page 167-168
    September 9, 1816

    This indenture made this ninth day of September in the year of
    our Lord eighteen hundred & sixteen between Isham Smith & Palatiah his
    wife of the state of Georgia & County of Oglethorpe of the one part &
    George Latimer of the same County of the other part.

    Witnesseth that the said Isham Smith & Palatiah his wife for & in
    consideration of the sum of fifty dollars to them in hand paid at or
    before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt of which is
    hereby acknowledged, have granted bargained sold & confirmed unto the
    said George Latimer his heirs & assigns forever a certain tract or
    parcel of land situate lying and being in Oglethorpe County & State of
    Georgia on a branch of Troublesome Creek, containing ten acres e the
    same more or less it being part of a tract or parcel of land granted to
    Isham Smith.

    Beginning at an ash corner on the branch thence S. 60 W. to a stake
    corner, thence N. 40 W. to a post oak corner, thence N. 75 E. to the
    branch on Hartsfield’s old survey, thence the meanders of the branch to
    the beginning bounded at the time of survey east & south by Smith, west
    by Latimer, north by Hartsfield’s old survey.

    And the above mentioned Isham Smith & Palatiah his wife the aforesaid
    land & premises with their & every of their rights members &
    appurtenances thereof whatsoever to the said tract or parcel of land
    belonging or in anywise appertaining to the said George Latimer his
    heirs and assigns to his & their own proper use benefit & behoof in fee
    simple possession and will & shall warrant & forever defend by these
    presents against themselves their heirs executors & assigns.

    In witness whereof the said Isham Smith & Palatiah his wife have
    hereunto set their hands & affixed their seals the day & date above
    written ~~

    Signed Sealed & delivered Isham Smith {Seal}
    In Presence of Palley Smith {Seal)
    Mark Smith
    Bird Parks, J.P.
    Recorded October 31st, 1876
    Isaac Collier, Clk. 
    Inventory 1821  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    April Term Court of Ordinary 1821 ~
    State of Georgia
    Oglethorpe County

    Know all men by these present that we Nathaniel H. Smith, Bird Parks, Mark
    Smith & Charles Smith are held & firmly bound unto the Judges of the Court
    of Ordinary for said County & their successors in office in the sum of
    twenty thousand dollars……………as administrators of the goods chattels &
    credits of Isham Smith deceased……

    Signed Nathal H. Smith
    Bird Parks
    Mark Smith
    Charles Smith
    Attest: M. Rainey CCO 
    Inventory 14 Jan 1821  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Oglethorpe County, Georgia Estate Records
    FHC #1907380

    ISHAM SMITH
    Estate Case File


    State of Georgia
    Oglethorpe County

    Know all men by these presents that we Nathaniel H. Smith and Bird Parks,
    Isaac Collier, Mark Smith, Charles Smith & Harrison Smith are held firmly
    bound unto the Judges of the Court of Ordinary for the said County & their
    successors in office we bind ourselves our heirs etc and administrators
    firmly by these presents sealed with our seals & dated the 13th day of
    January 1821 ~

    The conditions of the above obligation is such that if the above bound
    Nathaniel Smith & Bird Parks temporary administrators of all & singular
    the goods chattels & credits of the said dec’d…………………….

    Signed Nathal H. Smith 
    Inventory 7 Apr 1821  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    FHC #0158778
    Oglethorpe County Inventory & Returns
    Pages 394-400

    INVENTORY & APPRIASEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF ISHAM SMITH, dec’d made the
    19th of January 1821

    Negro man Ned $450 Henry a Negro man $450 $900
    Negro man Toby $600 Bellinder a Negro man $100 $800
    Negro woman Violet $350 B___ a Negro woman $350 $700
    Negro boy Dudley $500 Willis a Negro boy $500 $1000
    Negro boy Jim $450 Lewis a Negro boy $275 $725
    Negro boy Jack $275 Rubin a Negro boy $275 $550
    Negro girl Esther $400 Charlot a Negro girl $400 $800
    Negro girl Mary $250 $250

    1 Bay horse $ 25
    1 Sorrel horse 45
    1 Bay mare 80
    1 Sorrel horse 50
    1 Sorrel mare 25
    1 Bay filly 40
    1 Brown bay mare 30
    7 Goats @ $2 each 14
    30 Geese 15
    1 Waggon and hind gear 90
    1 Ox cart & yoke 40
    1 Gigg & harness 130
    1 Gigg & harness 50
    1 Yoke of oxen 40
    1 Yoke of oxen & yoke 60
    2 Black steers 35
    1 White cow 20
    1 White cow & yearling 15
    Subtotal $6429
    1 Cow & calf 18
    1 Cow Yearling & bell 20
    1 Heifer 9
    5 Yearlings 30
    12 Head of Sheep 18
    1 Cuting machine 4
    1 Thrashing machine 20
    1 Fan Mill 30
    1 Pr. Stelyards 2
    1 man’s saddle 8.00
    1 Log & chain 1.50
    9 Club axes 4.00
    1 Broad ax & chopping ax 2.50
    3 Sythes & cradles 6.00
    10 Weeding hoes & one garden hoe 2.00
    19 Plow hoes & 8 stocks 19.00
    2 Cutsaws & one hand saw 11.00
    2 Augers & one chisel & lot of old irons 4.00
    1 Lot of swing __? & __? 4.00
    1 lot of back bands & traces & two spades 3.50
    3 Curry combs & 13 bushels wheat @ 75 cts 10.00
    22 Bushels of Rye @ 50 cts pr bushel 11.00
    9 Barrels 4.50
    1 Bed & furniture & bedstead 50.00
    2 Bed & furniture & bedstead 80.00
    3 Bed & furniture & bedstead 120.00
    2 Bed & furniture & bedstead 70.00
    3 __blankets & one rose blanket 10.50
    Subtotal $7001.50
    4 Bed quilts & 4 spotted blankets 40.00
    1 Chest, 2 flexwheel & heckle 7.00
    1 Barrel & 1 dish 31.00
    1 Glass & drawers 4.00
    1 Lot of books & two clocks 40.00
    1 Side board 5.00
    2 Trunks 4.00
    9 Counterpains & 12 sheets 78.00
    1 clock reel 1.50
    1 Trunk 2.00
    19 chairs 14.25
    1 Glass .50
    3 Pr. Fire irons 7.50
    1 Carding machine 40.00
    1 Pr. Flatirons & trivet 2.00
    1 Pr. Candle stands & snuffers 1.50
    5 Cotton wheels 11.00
    1 Bell mettle skillet 8.00
    2 skillets & 4 spiders 4.00
    4 Ovens & 3 pots 18.00
    1 Iron kettle & 3 pr. pot hooks 11.00
    1 Grid iron & 2 pot racks 3.50
    1 Shovel & tons & 4 bread trays 3.50
    6 Water vessels & 3 tables 6.50
    1 Loom, 7 slays, 3 pr. ? & shuttles 18.00
    1 Coffee mill & waffle iron 3.00
    1 Churn & pine chest 4.00
    1 Cupboard & walnut table 22.00
    1 Pr. Saddlebags 2.50
    Subtotal $7414.75
    8 Jars & 5 jugs & 13 bottles 10.75
    1 Lot of tinware & four jars $ 5.00
    7 Dishes & 9 bowls 9.00
    41 Plates, teapot, sallad dish & pitcher 4.00
    Lot cups & saucers & waiters 2.50
    8 Knives & forks & six spoons 2.25
    Set of china ware & waiter 12.00
    1 waiter, 2 decanters, 9 tumblers & three wineglasses 4.00
    2 Pitchers, salt stand, 1 sq. bottle & pepper cruet 2.00
    Warping apparatus 3.00
    3 hoes, 1 ? swingletrus & iron wedge 5.00
    45 Head of hogs 90.00
    1 Shotgun 15.00
    80 Barrels of corn 120.00
    Supposed 2000 pickled pork 100.00
    2 Stacks fodder 7.50
    8 Bales of Cotton 2268 lb. 294.84
    3 Razors & case, 2straps, hone & box & many weights 2.50
    1 Lot of Rope 4.00

    1 note on John Dickson due 2nd Jan’y 1820 for 42.00
    1 note on Wiley Clourdis & P Purdue due 10 May 1820 100.00
    1 note on John Dickson due 1st Nov’r 1820 45.00
    1 note on Thos. Scroggin for 11.54 ½ due Oct 1810 5.54
    1 note on Miles Smith due 12th Jan’r 1820 230.84
    1 note on Hardeman & Lyon due 3rd of May 1820 1000.00
    1 note on N.H. Smith 13th may 1820 60.00
    1 note on Jas. H. Smith due 13 May 1820 400.00
    1 note on J.H. Rauers due 19th Sept’r 1820 100.00
    Subtotal $10,648.47

    1 note on Wm. Right for $100 due 1st Nov’r 1819 with credits
    for $50 50.00
    1 note on Zenos Brouson due 23rd Nov’r 1820 94.00
    1 note on John Walton due 10th May 1820 400.00
    1 note on Sherod Rland for 60 dollars due 7th March 1820 credit
    $30 30.00
    $11,222.47

    We do hereby certify the foregoing to be a true inventory & appraisement
    of the goods & chattels of Isham Smith dec’d so far as was produced to us
    by the adm’r to the best of our knowledge & understanding.
    Isaac Collier
    Thos. Scroggins (his mark)
    Appraisers Robt. Maxwell
    Thos. Glass
    Jno. Birdson
    Isham Rainey

    I hereby certify that the above appraisers was (sic) sworn to do their
    duty as appraisers according to law ~ this 19th Jan’y 1821 ~
    Thos. Duke, J.P.
    Recorded the 7th day of April 1821 ~ Matt Rainey, CCO
    A SALE OF PART OF PERISHABLE PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF ISHAM SMITH
    DEC’D, MADE ON THE 23RD DAY OF FEBRUARY 1821 ~

    N. Smith
    8 goats $8.50
    1 sow 4.50
    10 shoats 21.50
    1 yoke & steers 50.00
    1 cow & yearling 14.75
    1 heifer 7.00
    $105.25

    Mark Smith
    Six sheep 7.00
    Six sheep 6.00
    1 yoke steers & 1 steer & bull 46.00
    1 heifer 7.00
    $66.00

    Harrison Smith
    2 sows & 21 shoats & yoke of oxen $72.50

    Charles Smith
    211 lbs pork 10.02
    2 heifers 9.50
    30 geese 15.00
    1 bay filly 53.00
    $87.52
    Dudley Dunn
    One white B__ $15.00

    Benny Arnold
    Cow & calf $16.25

    Thomas Duke
    Ox cart $38.62

    Joseph Hubbard
    Riding chair $50.00

    Bird Parks
    Two bells $ 1.81

    Total $452 96

    Nathaniel H. Smith
    Bird Parks, adm’rs

    Recorded 7th April 1821 ~ Matt Rainey, CCO 
    Court Jan 1822  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    January 1822 Term of Inferior Court
    James H. Smith vs. Nathaniel H. Smith & Bird Parks Representatives of
    Isham Smith, dec’d. May 27, 1822 the jury found for the plaintiff the sum
    $337.25. James H. Smith was a merchant. His bill was included, which
    starts in 1819 and ends Jan 8, 1821. Parts were charged to “Smith” and
    parts to “Rainey”. The Rainey bought lots of brandy and rum. A William
    B. Rainey attested to the correctness of the charge account 
    Died c 1823  Oglethorpe Co,GA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Inventory Jun 1828  Oglethorpe Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Ordinary Office Page 400
    Yearly & final Return on the Estate of Isham Smith dec’d by Nathaniel H.
    Smith acting administrator.

    28 Apr 1st Paid Welcome Parks as per recpt No. 1 80.00

    25 Feby 28 Paid Charles Smith as per recpt No. 2 80.00

    25 Feby 28 Paid Harrison Smith as per recpt No. 3 80.00

    28 March 25 Paid Miles Smith as per recpt No. 4 80.00

    26 May 10 Paid Harrison Smith as per recpt No. 5 51.22

    25 Feby 28 Paid Mark Smith No. 6 80.00

    25 Feby 28 Paid Thomas Duke No. 7 80.00
    $531.22

    Nathal H. Smith acting admr. 
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    Smith DNA GRP-R-M269-32 Smith Branch: Nicholas Smith b before 1656 VA m Elizabeth Flood (Surry Co VA) (Kit# 6485****/YDNA)), Smith Branch: Nicholas Smith b 1657 m E Flood 2. William 3 Josiah 4, Miles(Tree Only-No DNA), Smith Branch: Nicholas Smith b 1657 VA m E Flood (Kit# 1456****/FF/Aut), Smith Branch: Nicholas Smith b 1657 m E Flood 2. William 3 Josiah 4, Isaac (Kit# B175****/YDNA))
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    Father William Smith,   b. c 1730, Surry Co,VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Nov 1815, Patrick Co,VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 85 years) 
    Mother Hannah Jackson,   b. c 1730,   d. 18 Mar 1823, Patrick Co,VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 93 years) 
    Married c 1750  Surry Co, VA, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Census (Family) 1782  Surry, VA, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Census (Family) 1820  Patrick, VA, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F9038  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Palatiah Harrison,   b. 1758,   d. 1821  (Age 63 years) 
    Children 
     1. Nathaniel H Smith,   b. c 1775, Brunswick,VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Oct 1831, Coweta County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 56 years)
     2. Mary Smith,   b. c 1776, Brunswick,VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1850, Coweta County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 74 years)
    +3. William Miles Smith,   b. c 1776, Brunswick,VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1839, Coweta County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 63 years)
    +4. Rebecca Hardeman Smith,   b. c 1794, Brunswick,VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1834, Talbot,GA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 40 years)
    +5. Charles Smith,   b. c 1786,   d. c 1834, Coweta County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 48 years)
     6. Mark Smith,   b. 25 Jul 1782, VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Jul 1844, Coweta County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 62 years)
    +7. Martha Elizabeth Smith,   b. c 1785, VA,USA Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 15 Jun 2014 
    Family ID F6433  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 1756 - Brunswick Co,VA,USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsTax List/Entry - p 15 COLLIER district - 1798 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOrphans - Betsey Colley minor orph of Thomas, decd. Isham Smith appt gdn, Isham Rainey, Welcome Parks, sec 9/1806 Oglethorpe OM GB - Sep 1806 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOrphans - Thomas Colley, minor orph of Thomas, decd. Isham Smith appt gdn, Isham Rainey, Welcome Parks, sec 9/1806 Oglethorpe OM GB - Sep 1806 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLand Deed - Oglethorpe County, Georgia Deed Book I Page 167-168 September 9, 1816 This indenture made this ninth day of September in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & sixteen between Isham Smith & Palatiah his wife of the state of Georgia & County of Oglethorpe of the one part & George Latimer of the same County of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Isham Smith & Palatiah his wife for & in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars to them in hand paid at or before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, have granted bargained sold & confirmed unto the said George Latimer his heirs & assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in Oglethorpe County & State of Georgia on a branch of Troublesome Creek, containing ten acres e the same more or less it being part of a tract or parcel of land granted to Isham Smith. Beginning at an ash corner on the branch thence S. 60 W. to a stake corner, thence N. 40 W. to a post oak corner, thence N. 75 E. to the branch on Hartsfield’s old survey, thence the meanders of the branch to the beginning bounded at the time of survey east & south by Smith, west by Latimer, north by Hartsfield’s old survey. And the above mentioned Isham Smith & Palatiah his wife the aforesaid land & premises with their & every of their rights members & appurtenances thereof whatsoever to the said tract or parcel of land belonging or in anywise appertaining to the said George Latimer his heirs and assigns to his & their own proper use benefit & behoof in fee simple possession and will & shall warrant & forever defend by these presents against themselves their heirs executors & assigns. In witness whereof the said Isham Smith & Palatiah his wife have hereunto set their hands & affixed their seals the day & date above written ~~ Signed Sealed & delivered Isham Smith {Seal} In Presence of Palley Smith {Seal) Mark Smith Bird Parks, J.P. Recorded October 31st, 1876 Isaac Collier, Clk. - 9 Sep 1816 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsInventory - April Term Court of Ordinary 1821 ~ State of Georgia Oglethorpe County Know all men by these present that we Nathaniel H. Smith, Bird Parks, Mark Smith & Charles Smith are held & firmly bound unto the Judges of the Court of Ordinary for said County & their successors in office in the sum of twenty thousand dollars……………as administrators of the goods chattels & credits of Isham Smith deceased…… Signed Nathal H. Smith Bird Parks Mark Smith Charles Smith Attest: M. Rainey CCO - 1821 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsInventory - Oglethorpe County, Georgia Estate Records FHC #1907380 ISHAM SMITH Estate Case File State of Georgia Oglethorpe County Know all men by these presents that we Nathaniel H. Smith and Bird Parks, Isaac Collier, Mark Smith, Charles Smith & Harrison Smith are held firmly bound unto the Judges of the Court of Ordinary for the said County & their successors in office we bind ourselves our heirs etc and administrators firmly by these presents sealed with our seals & dated the 13th day of January 1821 ~ The conditions of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Nathaniel Smith & Bird Parks temporary administrators of all & singular the goods chattels & credits of the said dec’d……………………. Signed Nathal H. Smith - 14 Jan 1821 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsInventory - FHC #0158778 Oglethorpe County Inventory & Returns Pages 394-400 INVENTORY & APPRIASEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF ISHAM SMITH, dec’d made the 19th of January 1821 Negro man Ned $450 Henry a Negro man $450 $900 Negro man Toby $600 Bellinder a Negro man $100 $800 Negro woman Violet $350 B___ a Negro woman $350 $700 Negro boy Dudley $500 Willis a Negro boy $500 $1000 Negro boy Jim $450 Lewis a Negro boy $275 $725 Negro boy Jack $275 Rubin a Negro boy $275 $550 Negro girl Esther $400 Charlot a Negro girl $400 $800 Negro girl Mary $250 $250 1 Bay horse $ 25 1 Sorrel horse 45 1 Bay mare 80 1 Sorrel horse 50 1 Sorrel mare 25 1 Bay filly 40 1 Brown bay mare 30 7 Goats @ $2 each 14 30 Geese 15 1 Waggon and hind gear 90 1 Ox cart & yoke 40 1 Gigg & harness 130 1 Gigg & harness 50 1 Yoke of oxen 40 1 Yoke of oxen & yoke 60 2 Black steers 35 1 White cow 20 1 White cow & yearling 15 Subtotal $6429 1 Cow & calf 18 1 Cow Yearling & bell 20 1 Heifer 9 5 Yearlings 30 12 Head of Sheep 18 1 Cuting machine 4 1 Thrashing machine 20 1 Fan Mill 30 1 Pr. Stelyards 2 1 man’s saddle 8.00 1 Log & chain 1.50 9 Club axes 4.00 1 Broad ax & chopping ax 2.50 3 Sythes & cradles 6.00 10 Weeding hoes & one garden hoe 2.00 19 Plow hoes & 8 stocks 19.00 2 Cutsaws & one hand saw 11.00 2 Augers & one chisel & lot of old irons 4.00 1 Lot of swing __? & __? 4.00 1 lot of back bands & traces & two spades 3.50 3 Curry combs & 13 bushels wheat @ 75 cts 10.00 22 Bushels of Rye @ 50 cts pr bushel 11.00 9 Barrels 4.50 1 Bed & furniture & bedstead 50.00 2 Bed & furniture & bedstead 80.00 3 Bed & furniture & bedstead 120.00 2 Bed & furniture & bedstead 70.00 3 __blankets & one rose blanket 10.50 Subtotal $7001.50 4 Bed quilts & 4 spotted blankets 40.00 1 Chest, 2 flexwheel & heckle 7.00 1 Barrel & 1 dish 31.00 1 Glass & drawers 4.00 1 Lot of books & two clocks 40.00 1 Side board 5.00 2 Trunks 4.00 9 Counterpains & 12 sheets 78.00 1 clock reel 1.50 1 Trunk 2.00 19 chairs 14.25 1 Glass .50 3 Pr. Fire irons 7.50 1 Carding machine 40.00 1 Pr. Flatirons & trivet 2.00 1 Pr. Candle stands & snuffers 1.50 5 Cotton wheels 11.00 1 Bell mettle skillet 8.00 2 skillets & 4 spiders 4.00 4 Ovens & 3 pots 18.00 1 Iron kettle & 3 pr. pot hooks 11.00 1 Grid iron & 2 pot racks 3.50 1 Shovel & tons & 4 bread trays 3.50 6 Water vessels & 3 tables 6.50 1 Loom, 7 slays, 3 pr. ? & shuttles 18.00 1 Coffee mill & waffle iron 3.00 1 Churn & pine chest 4.00 1 Cupboard & walnut table 22.00 1 Pr. Saddlebags 2.50 Subtotal $7414.75 8 Jars & 5 jugs & 13 bottles 10.75 1 Lot of tinware & four jars $ 5.00 7 Dishes & 9 bowls 9.00 41 Plates, teapot, sallad dish & pitcher 4.00 Lot cups & saucers & waiters 2.50 8 Knives & forks & six spoons 2.25 Set of china ware & waiter 12.00 1 waiter, 2 decanters, 9 tumblers & three wineglasses 4.00 2 Pitchers, salt stand, 1 sq. bottle & pepper cruet 2.00 Warping apparatus 3.00 3 hoes, 1 ? swingletrus & iron wedge 5.00 45 Head of hogs 90.00 1 Shotgun 15.00 80 Barrels of corn 120.00 Supposed 2000 pickled pork 100.00 2 Stacks fodder 7.50 8 Bales of Cotton 2268 lb. 294.84 3 Razors & case, 2straps, hone & box & many weights 2.50 1 Lot of Rope 4.00 1 note on John Dickson due 2nd Jan’y 1820 for 42.00 1 note on Wiley Clourdis & P Purdue due 10 May 1820 100.00 1 note on John Dickson due 1st Nov’r 1820 45.00 1 note on Thos. Scroggin for 11.54 ½ due Oct 1810 5.54 1 note on Miles Smith due 12th Jan’r 1820 230.84 1 note on Hardeman & Lyon due 3rd of May 1820 1000.00 1 note on N.H. Smith 13th may 1820 60.00 1 note on Jas. H. Smith due 13 May 1820 400.00 1 note on J.H. Rauers due 19th Sept’r 1820 100.00 Subtotal $10,648.47 1 note on Wm. Right for $100 due 1st Nov’r 1819 with credits for $50 50.00 1 note on Zenos Brouson due 23rd Nov’r 1820 94.00 1 note on John Walton due 10th May 1820 400.00 1 note on Sherod Rland for 60 dollars due 7th March 1820 credit $30 30.00 $11,222.47 We do hereby certify the foregoing to be a true inventory & appraisement of the goods & chattels of Isham Smith dec’d so far as was produced to us by the adm’r to the best of our knowledge & understanding. Isaac Collier Thos. Scroggins (his mark) Appraisers Robt. Maxwell Thos. Glass Jno. Birdson Isham Rainey I hereby certify that the above appraisers was (sic) sworn to do their duty as appraisers according to law ~ this 19th Jan’y 1821 ~ Thos. Duke, J.P. Recorded the 7th day of April 1821 ~ Matt Rainey, CCO A SALE OF PART OF PERISHABLE PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF ISHAM SMITH DEC’D, MADE ON THE 23RD DAY OF FEBRUARY 1821 ~ N. Smith 8 goats $8.50 1 sow 4.50 10 shoats 21.50 1 yoke & steers 50.00 1 cow & yearling 14.75 1 heifer 7.00 $105.25 Mark Smith Six sheep 7.00 Six sheep 6.00 1 yoke steers & 1 steer & bull 46.00 1 heifer 7.00 $66.00 Harrison Smith 2 sows & 21 shoats & yoke of oxen $72.50 Charles Smith 211 lbs pork 10.02 2 heifers 9.50 30 geese 15.00 1 bay filly 53.00 $87.52 Dudley Dunn One white B__ $15.00 Benny Arnold Cow & calf $16.25 Thomas Duke Ox cart $38.62 Joseph Hubbard Riding chair $50.00 Bird Parks Two bells $ 1.81 Total $452 96 Nathaniel H. Smith Bird Parks, adm’rs Recorded 7th April 1821 ~ Matt Rainey, CCO - 7 Apr 1821 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCourt - January 1822 Term of Inferior Court James H. Smith vs. Nathaniel H. Smith & Bird Parks Representatives of Isham Smith, dec’d. May 27, 1822 the jury found for the plaintiff the sum $337.25. James H. Smith was a merchant. His bill was included, which starts in 1819 and ends Jan 8, 1821. Parts were charged to “Smith” and parts to “Rainey”. The Rainey bought lots of brandy and rum. A William B. Rainey attested to the correctness of the charge account - Jan 1822 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - c 1823 - Oglethorpe Co,GA,USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsInventory - Ordinary Office Page 400 Yearly & final Return on the Estate of Isham Smith dec’d by Nathaniel H. Smith acting administrator. 28 Apr 1st Paid Welcome Parks as per recpt No. 1 80.00 25 Feby 28 Paid Charles Smith as per recpt No. 2 80.00 25 Feby 28 Paid Harrison Smith as per recpt No. 3 80.00 28 March 25 Paid Miles Smith as per recpt No. 4 80.00 26 May 10 Paid Harrison Smith as per recpt No. 5 51.22 25 Feby 28 Paid Mark Smith No. 6 80.00 25 Feby 28 Paid Thomas Duke No. 7 80.00 $531.22 Nathal H. Smith acting admr. - Jun 1828 - Oglethorpe Co, GA Link to Google Earth
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