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Estate Records of Samuel T. Wimberly


Document 842

John Hollingshead Guardian of Mary Wilson, a minor, for final settlement.

To amot hire of slaves Jane a girl
about 16 years old & boy Tom about 9 years old, for the year 1859 - 70.00....

State of Alabama
Macon County

Personally comes John Hollingshead guardian of Mary Wilson and being sworn say that this account as stated is just and true and further he states that the said Mary Wilson about May 1865 named Julius Stewart who is over the age of 21 years and both reside in the county.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day
of October 1865

John Hollingshead
A. W. *
Judge of Probate


Document 843

The girl Jane died in Jany 1864, leaving a child (named Askew) about two weeks old, which with exception of about one month the boy kept & raised himself at his own expense.  This child with the boy Tom was freed by acts of Congress of the United States & he is not accountable to his work for them.


Document 1244

Lewis T. Wimberly Guardian for Philura A. Wimberly, minor
Guardian charges himself as follow

To hire of Henry for 1861 - $140.00
The woman Laura and her four children could not be hired
for anything.  Expense for keeping
estimates at $25.00

To hire of General & Sarah 1860 - $100.00
Mariah & Children were hired for the
the food and clothing for 1861 - $10.00

To hire of General for 1862
Laura & four children were on expenses
which was estimated at $30 for that year

Old Sarah was on expense at the sum of
$65 for the year 1862
Mariah & children hired for that year for food & Clothes

The amt of sale of Boy Charles
Oct 4 - 1862 - $1,300.00


Document 1254

Lewis T. Wimberly Guardian of Philura A. Wimberly, minor
Guardian charges himself as follow

To the hire of boy Henry for 1860 - $160.00
To the hire of woman Laura & 3 child.
  Est for 1860 - $45.00
To the hire of General & Sarah - 1860 - $140.00
To the hire of Mariah & 2 children - 1860 - $30.00
To the hire of Charles - for 1860 - $130.00


Document 1277

To Lewis Alexander, Judge of the Probate Court of Macon County

We hereby certify that at the request of Lewis T. Wimberly, guardian of Philura A. & Mary O. Wimberly & Amr. on estate of   Sam T. Wimberly jr decd. We examined and estimated the value of the hire of the following named negroes for the year 1860.

Those belonging to Philura A.

Henry                                  $160.00
Laura & three children          45.00
General & Lary                     140.00
Mariah & two children            30.00
           _______________

Belonging to Mary O.

Sally                                        55.00
Arnold                                     80.00
Fletcher, Westly & Tempy      00.00
           ____________________

To the estate of S. T. Wimberly jr decd.

Caty & four children                   00.00
Judy & three children                 25.00

March the 10 1865

Homer N. Smed
Noah Felton


Document 1315

Inventory of the Negro property belonging [to] Mary O. Wimberly minor heir of Sam T. Wimberly decd. recd by L. T. Wimberly the guardian upon the division of the Negroes belonging to said estate. 

Names of Negroes

Gilbert 20 yrs 1450.00
Sallie 14   900.00
Alfred 48   500.00
Arnold 16   700.00
Fletcher 10   700.00
Wesley 12   700.00
Martha 32   800.00
Tempy
8
700.00
6950.00

Document 1316

Inventory of the Negroes belonging to Sam T. Wimberly Jun. deceased heir of Sam T. Wimberly decd. received by the admr upon the division of the Negroes belonging to said estate. 

Names of Negroes

Hardy 30 yrs. 1200.00
Jerry 20 1500.00
Caty & Child 38   500.00
Judy & 2 children     800.00
Jim 6   500.00
Ann 8   700.00
Shadrick 10   900.00
Jack 6   350.00
Harriett
8
  600.00
7050.00

Document 1317

The state of Ala
Macon County

Personally appraised before me Lewis Alexander, Judge of Probate Court.  Lewis T. Wimberly Admr. of Sam. T. Wimberly, Junr, decd. and being duly sworn sayeth the above is a true and correct inventory of the Negroes belonging to said decd. heir as allotted by him in the distribution of his father's estate.

Feb the 13 1860
L. T. Wimberly

Sworn to & subscribed before me this 6th day of March 1861
Lewis Alexander
Judge of Probate


Document 1318

Inventory of the Negroes belonging to Philura A. Wimberly, minor heir of Samuel T. Wimberly, decd. recd by the guardian upon the division of the negroes belonging to said estate.

Names of Negroes

Henry 24 yrs 1400.00
Laura & 2 children   1800.00
William 6   450.00
General 50   600.00
Maria & Child   1450.00
Charles 17 1300.00
Old Lary
62
    01.00
7001.00

Document 1319

The State of Alabama
Macon County

Personally appeared before me, Lewis Alexander, Judge of Probate Court, Lewis T. Wimberly Guardian of Philura A. Wimberly a minor heir of Sam T. Wimberly decd. and being sworn sayeth the above is a true and correct inventory of the negroes belonging to said minor as allotted to her in the distribution of her fathers estate.

March 6/61
L. T. Wimberly

Sworn and subscribed before me 6th day of March 1861
Lewis Alexander
Judge of Probate


Document 1334

Negroes

General about 48 years of age a fellow   700.00
Hardy " 28    "       "    "   "     " 1100.00
Henry " 22    "       "    "   "     " 1200.00
Jerry " 18    "       "    "   "     " 1200.00
Gilbert 18    "       "    "   "     " 1000.00
Washington 18    "       "    "   "     "  1200.00
Jacob 16 a boy 1000.00
Fletcher 8  "     "   550.00
Bob 13 unsound boy   100.00
William   4 a boy   275.00
Joseph 57 years old   450.00
Alfred 46    "        "   600.00
Charles 15    "        "   900.00
Isaac 14    "        "   900.00
Arnold 14    "        "   800.00
Westly 10    "        "   550.00
Shadrick 8     "        "   550.00
Jim 4     "        "   275.00
Jack 4     "        "   275.00
Lucy 73 valueless   000.00
Patience 40 female   600.00
Peggy 3   200.00
Katy a woman 36 years of age   700.00
Martha 30    "       "   "   750.00
Judy 26 years defection in foot(?)   800.00
Laura 20    "      and child *sy 1250.00
Maria 19    "      and child Sam 1100.00
Sarah 60    "   200.00
Florinda 25 years of age 1100.00
Polly 16    "       "   " 1100.00
Rachel 11    "       "   "   700.00
Harriet   5    "       "   "   400.00
Frances 17    "       "   " 1000.00
Sallie 12    "       "   "   750.00
Temper 6     "       "   "   450.00
Ann 5     "       "   "   450.00

Personally appeared before me Samuel B. Harman an acting Justice of the Peace for the county and state aforesaid, N. G. Ourn <illegible>, Homer Sneed and Winfield Lampkin who being duly sworn deposeth and saidth that the foregoing described property was duly appraised by them and the amount of -- each article placed against said item.

Jan 26th 1858

S B Harman, JP
N G Ourn
Homer N. Sneed
Winfield Lampkin