Will Of Jonah C Rogers
Donated by Linda Rogers Weiss
Roll # 672 Will of Jonah C. Rogers Ann Rogers, Admrx. Administration Bond dated 16 November 1841. $1000. Ann Jane Rogers, Admrx of Jonah C. rogers. Bondsmen: Ann J. Rogers, Julia Ann Davis and John D. Shaw. Witness: David Gibson. Inventory (no date) Appraisers: Silas Rogers, John Lowrimore and Henry Williams. Bond book C, page 43 and 44. We the minor children of late Jonah C. Rogers pray tht Daniel Stevenson be appointed our guardian. 24 May 1847. Signed: John B. Rogers and Thomas G. Rogers. Witness: J. D. Johnson. Account currant with Daniel Stevenson guardian. March 1848. In the court of Ordinary. Jesse Adkinson and H. G. Fladger made oath that they are acquainted with the real estate of late Jonah C. Rogers and they do not think it exceeds in value one thousand dollars. Witness: Ed B. Wheeler, Ordy 8 Jany 1844. Land sold to Griffin C. Rogers $111.50 120 acres. Petetion of Abraham Gasque sheweth that Jonah C. Rogers died intestate leaving his widow Ann G. Rogers, Martha Rogers, thomas Rogers and Benjamin Rogers his children. Petitioner has married said Ann G. Rogers the widow. Shows that Jonah C. Rogers was seized and possessed at the time of his death a certain tract of land in Brittons Neck on waters of Great Pee Dee River on the great marsh containing about 120 acres bounded by lands of late William H. Greaves, John
Lowry Moore, John Rogers, Sr. ect. Prays for division. 8 Jany 1844. Signed: Absalom Gasque. Witness: Jesse Adkinson. Absalom Gasque and wife vs. Martha Rogers, thomas Rogers and Benjamin Rogers. Absalom Gasque guardian of Martha, Thomas and Benjamin Rogers. 8 Jany 1844. Summons to Martha Rogers, Thomas Rogers and Benjamin Rogers, legal heirs and representatives of Jonah C. Rogers who died intestate. Hugh G. Fladger and Jesse Adkinson made oath that they are of the opinion that lands of Jonah C. Rogers cannot be divided and recommend sale. 15 jany 1844. Account current with Daniel Stevenson guardian of Jonah C. Rogers 1847. Paid out to A. Richardson and V. Richardson $70.00. Martha my wife part $33.65. Account current with Daniel Stevenson guardian of Jonah C. Rogers. 1849 to April 1850. paid Thos. G. Rogers and John B. Rogers.