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Court Probate Record for James Johns

Source: Probate Record
Written: September 4, 1841

State of Illinois Pike County Court of Probate Justice of the Peace

This day came James Johns who being duly sworn does depose and say that David
S. Hill on whose estate letters of administration are requested by teh said
James Johns and Oliver Johns is dead and died intestate so far as he has
knowledge and believes on or about the 17th day of Aug. A.D. 1841. Sworn to
and subscribed before me at my office in Pittsfield in open court this 4th day
of Sept. A.D. 1841. P. Paullin PJP James 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