Nannie  O.  Coyle,

minor  heir

Box 211  No. 334

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Guardianship of  Nannie O. Coyle
Minor heir of  William Coyle deceased    Elston Green Guardian

Petition for order to sell Wards Real Estate at private sale
Order Book 23 page 152

Filed March 14 1882
Fred H. Chueden Clerk    Love & Morrison Attys Guardian


State of Indiana                                                In the Shelby Circuit Court
Shelby County SS                                            March Term


In the Guardianship of Nannie O. Coyle minor heir of William Coyle deceased
Elston Green Guardian
            Elston Green Guardian of said minor would represent to the Court that he was by this Court on the __ day of October 1881 appointed to said trust.  That his said ward  Nannie O. Coyle is the owner in fee simple of the undivided one seventh part in value of the following described Real Estate in Boone County Indiana towit:

            The South East quarter of the North East Quarter and the South half of the North East quarter of the North East quarter of section twenty (20) in Township twenty (20) North Range two (2) East containing in both said tracts sixty acres more or less  Descended to her from her deceased Grandfather Francis Coyle and her deceased grandmother Nancy Coyle.

 That said ward is the only child of  William Coyle deceased who was a son of Francis and Nancy Coyle.  That said Francis Coyle died intestate the owner of said Real Estate & personal Estate of her deceased grandfather Francis Coyle and grandmother Nancy Coyle probably the sum of One hundred dollars.

 That said ward has no other Estate dependent upon the settlement of any Estate or execution of any trust to the knowledge of this Guardian.

            And said guardian shows that said ward is a young lady and owing to her sex and non residence would be incapable to look after the same that her interest is small and undivided and that said Real estate does not now and probably will not for some years need any rent.

            That it would be to the interest in said Real estate and invest the money by loaning the same out at interest by which at least seven per cent can be realized thereon which would be a much better investment for said ward.

            That it would be to the interest of said ward to sell her said interest in said Real Estate at private sale without notice and he asks an order accordingly.                     Elston Green

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14 day of March 1882.

                                                Harry C. Morrison Master Commissoner of Shelby Co. Ind.

Contributed by Barb Huff

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