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Kentucky, Wills and Probate Records, 1774-1989
Volume #, 1846-1852
In obedience to an order of the Boone County Court made at the February Term 1847 appointing us commissioners to make partition of all the real estate of Samuel Black deceased amongst his children and heirs, we the undersigned James Rice, James Marshall and Moses S. Rice. We proceeded? upon the premises of the s'd dec'd on the 5th of Feb. 1847 and were sworn by James Cordiers Esq. to perform the duty required by said order impartially without favor or affection to the best of our skiill and judgment. We proceeded first to ascertain by survey the quantity of land in possession fo the dec'd at the time of his death which we found to be 165 acres. We then after laying off dower of 55 acres for the widow of said dec'd out of the said 165 acres proceeded to make partition of the remaining 110 acres into the nine following described lots to wit:
[map] followed by detailed legal descriptions of each of the nine parcels.
Having thus made the divisions as aforesaid and believing them to be of equal value we proceeded by ballot to assign to each heir his or her particular lot which resulted as follows:
Enoch White and wife obtained Lot No. 9
Boggess and wife " " 1
Grubbs and wife " " 6
Margaret Black " " 4
Joseph Black " " 7
Benjamin Black " " 8
Mary Black " " 5
Isabella Black " " 2
Emily Black " " 3
All of which is respectfully reported to the Boone County Court given under our hands this 8th day of February 1847.
Commonwealth of Kentucky, Boone Count Court
April Term 1847
With respect to James Marshall & other commissioners appointed to make partition and division of the lands of Sam'l Black dec'd of this County amongst his heirs was produced in Court and no exceptions being made or sustained to same it is approved confirmed and ordered to be recorded which is done.
J.G. Hamilton, clk.
Mrs. Ellen Black's Dower
In compliance with an order of the Boone County Court made at the February Term 1847 requiring us to lay off, allot and assign to Mrs. Ellen Black her dower in the lands of her deceased husband Samuel Black, we the undersigned James Rice, Jamees Marhsall, William Utterback and Moses Rice met upon the premises of the s'd deceased on the 5th of Feb'y 1847 and were sworn by James Corlein Esq. to perform the duty required by the s'd order without partiality, favor or affection to the best of our skill and judgment, we proceeded in the first place to ascertain by survey the quantity of land in possession of the deceased at the time of his death which we found to be 165 acres. Out of the said 165 acres we then proceeded to lay off and set apart for dower as aforeseaid 55 acres which is recorded as follows to wit:
[detailed legal description]
The said dower includes the dwelling house and other buildings, a large proportion of improved and tillable land, fencing, and woodland enough to supply it with fire wood and rail timbers; and is in our opinion equ[..]ive in value to one third of the value of the aforesaid 165 acres.
All of which is respectfully reported to the Boone County Court, Given under our hands this 6th of February 1847.
Commonwealth of Kentucky, Boone County Court
March Term 1847
This report of the Commissioners appointed to lay off, assign and set aport to Ellen Black her dower in the lands of her deceased husband Samuel Black in this County whereof he died seized & possessed was this day produced in Court approved confirmed and ordered to be recorded which is done.