Docket Entry, Allowed Claim from William A. Richardson, 30 December 1845 [Coolidge Administrator of the Estate of JS]
Docket Entry, Allowed Claim from , [, Hancock Co., IL, 30 Dec. 1845], Coolidge Administrator of the Estate of JS (Hancock Co., IL, Probate Court 1844–1848); Hancock County Probate Court, Probate Record, vol. A, p. 475; handwriting of ; Hancock County Courthouse, Carthage, IL; microfilm at FHL.
This day came T[imothy] Gridley Jr. Constable, and returned into Court a heretofore issued, to wit on the 26 day of November AD 1845, commanding administrator on the Estate of Joseph Smith deceased, to appear before this Court this day at 12 o.Clock M. and shew cause, if any he has why should not have a certan claim allowed against said estate. And it appears by endorsement on said citation that the same was duly served, by reading the same to the said administrator on the 4[th]. day of December AD 1845.
And afterwards, to wit, on this same 30h. day of December AD 1845 came by his Attorney Esqr. and presented this account against the estate of Joseph Smith deceased. And being called, and not appearing, after hearing the evidence, it is ordered that the said be allowed the sum of Forty dollars against the Estate of Joseph Smith deceased, 4[th]. Class And judgement is hereby rendered against the said for the cost in this case taxed at $1.94.