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Probate Record of David S. Hill

Source: Probate Records
Written: September 4, 1841

State of Illinois, Pike County,
Mr. James Johns and Oliver Johns do solemnly swear that we will well and truly
administer all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits and
effects of David S. Hill, deceased, and pay all just claims and charges
against said estate so far as his goods and chattels and effects shall extend,
and the law charge us and that we will do and perform all other acts required
of us by law to the best of our knowledge and abilities, Sworn and subscribed
to before me this 4th day of September 1841 P. Paullin Probate Justice of the
Peace James Johns Oliver Johns

Additional Comments:
This is one of several pieces of paper I copied from a file in the Pittsfield
City Clerk's office found indexed in the Common Law Record book listed under
2nd Day Aug Term A.D. 1847 Aug. 31st, page 14 #13: In the matter of the
Petition of James Johns and Oliver Johns. Administration of David S. Hill
deceased. Petition to sell Real Estate. Ordered that this cause be continued,
Index to estate papers D.S.H #529