NO Will - intestate - Kansas 1893 - Elisha Dunnuck
Summary of court papers and transcribed final settlement - by Sue N. Haschemeyer
|1. Elisha Dunnuck of Princeton, in Franklin Co. KS died Nov. 6, 1893 at his home.|
|2 Affidavit in Proof of Death, filed Nov. 11, 1893 listing surviving heirs:
Mrs. Mary Dunnuck -- wife-----age 65 of Princeton,
Josephine Barhan -- - daughter age 37 of Greely twp
Ruth Davis - - - - - - - daughter, age 34 of Richmond . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .
Mollie Dunnock* - - - - daughter, age 32 of Princeton . . . . . . . . . . . . . *.[Mary Elizabeth Mrs. Jones]
Pearl Dunnock * - - - - daughter, age 20 of Princeton . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . .. . .* [Mrs. Hayes Cox].
(* Married names given in final settlement - December 1896.)
Personal estate: live stock and farming implements
Nov. 16, Mrs. Marry Dunnuck appointed executor - 1,000.00 bond.
Nov. 18 promise to make inventory given by Mary. Purchases cemetery lot at the Princeton Cemetery, lot 3, block 3. ($15.00)
|Nov. & Dec., 93 notice of appointment of administration in Ottawa Weekly Republican|
|Nov. 22, 1893 Appointment of Appraisers - livestock & farming equipment, buggy saddle & bridle and horse.
& 154 acres in Sec. 12, Town 19, range 19 of Franklin Co. KS, cooking stove
"left for widow & children: 1 wagon & 2 hourses, 2 cow, ?? , Turkeys and chickens, famley library of books warning a---ural cooking utinsels household goods, all of the food provisions in the house, fuel and livestock feed."
|Various bills presented against the estate - some medical ones - one allowed another disallowed due to statute of limiations. Nov. 15, 1895 Nov 19, 1894 Administrator's account|
Nov. 21, Dec. 1, and Dec. 23 1886 - Final settlement
State of Kansas
In the Probate Court
In the Matter of final settlement of the Estate of Elisha Dunnuck deceased,
Now towit this 23rd day of December 1886 this matter of the final settlement of the Estate of Elisha Dunnuck deceased haveing been continued from Dec. 1st 1896 to this time now comes on for further hearing. And the Court having heard the Evidence in the Matter of the Claim of P.J. McEchron against the Estate of Elisha Dunnuck deceased and being fully advised disallows said Claim of P.I. McEchron. And the Court finding that said Mary A. Dunuch has $123.61 in her hands belonging to the estate; It is hereby Ordered by the Court that said Mary A. Dunnuck Administratrix Disburse and pay out said $123.61 as follows to T.R. Thornbury $29.25 on his claim. to Mary A. Dunnuck Widow $47.18 To Josephine Barhan daughter 11.79. To Ruth Davis Daughter (11.79. To Mollie Jones , (nee Dunnuck) daughter #11.79. and to take receipts from said distributees. And to file in this court her receipts from said distributees within 60 days from this 23 day of December 1896. And when she shall have so complied with this Order sand and her bondsman shall be discharged from further liability, and said Mary A. Dunnuck files in this court her receipt from T.R. Thornbury for $29.25.