Hannah Davis, Guardian of

Elizabeth  Davis, Thomas  and  Cynthia  Davis

Final Exhibit

March 1862

Filed in open Court

March 14th 1862

A. Blair, Clk.

State of Indiana}ss                                         Common Pleas Court
Shelby County } March Term 1862

To the Honorable the Judge of said Court.
The undersigned guardian of the persons and Estates of Elizabeth Davis, Thomas Davis and Cynthia Davis Minor heirs of Greenberry Davis decd, respectfully reports to the Court that She never received any money belonging to her said wards, other than the rents and profits of the little farm she lives on, and that she has raised educated and clothed said heirs, and has not taken any account of the rents and profits of the farm, nor has she charged said heirs for raising educa- ting and clothing them but thinks the children would be largely indebted to her if she had kept an accurate account of receipts and expenditures on account of said wards.  She has paid J. Vernon his Clerk fees $3.82.  She has paid A. Blair his Clerk fees  $5.00.  She reprsents also that Said heirs will all be of full age next August.  She therefore asks now to be discharged from her said trust.
Signed:  Hannah Davis   x  her mark    

Sworn to and subscribed before me February 28, 1862.
Signed:  A. Blair Clerk

Recd of Hannah Davis guardian of heirs of Greenberry Davis decd three dollars & Eighty two cents in full for my fees taxed against her as such guardian.
February 28th, 1862                                         J. Vernon late Clk

$5.00 Recd of Hannah Davis guardian for the heirs of Greenberry Davis decd, the sum of five dollars in full for my fees & Sheriff fees taxed against her.
February 28, 1862                                         Alonzo Blair Clerk

Transcribed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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