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The following is from the Belmont County Inventory, Vol. 29; page 553:
    1891     legatee Ianthy A. Tolbert
                          F.B. Tolbert
                          E.F. Tolbert
                          S.A. Tolbert
 Inventory
 1. 1 cane seating rocking chair, sold $1.25, bought by Eli McKnight.
 2. 1 windsor rocking chair, sold $.75, bought by Wash Waddell.
 3. 1 large mirror, sold $1.00, bought by Dora Tolbert.
 4. 1 trunk, sold $.25, bought by E.A. Tolbert.
 5. 1 chest, sold $.25, bought by Jesse Thomas.
 6. 6 yards carpet, sold $.50, bought by Jas Jenkins.
 7. 9 yards carpet, sold $.75, bought by Jas Jenkins.
 8. 9 yards carpet, sold $.75, bought by Jas Jenkins.
 9. 1 small lamp, sold $.25, bought by Eli McKnight.
 10. 1 large lamp, sold $.50, bought by J.R. Roby.
 11. 1 bureau, sold $.75, bought be E.A. Tolbert.
 12. 1 dining table, sold $1.50, bought by Clara Tolbert.
 13. 6 chairs, sold $2.00, bought by Wm. Gwynn.
 14. 6 kitchen chairs, sold $.75, bought by Jonah Thomas.
 15. 1 stand, sold $.25, bought by Jonah Thomas.
 16. 1 lounge, sold $.40, bought by Clara Tolbert.
 17. 1 bedspread, sold $1.00, bought by Amanda Lynn.
 18. 1 bedspread, sold $.50, bought by Wm. Gwynn.
 19. 1 bedspread, sold $.50, bought by Jas. Jenkins.
 20. 1 bedspread, sold $.30, bought by D.A. Dowdell.
 21. 1 clock, sold $2.00, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 22. 1 kitchen cupboard, sold $.50, bought by Eli McKnight.
 23. 1 cooking stove, sold $2.50, bought by Wm. Gwynn.
 24. 1 breakfast table, sold $.40, bought by J.T. Craig.
 25. 1 breakfast table, sold $.75, bought by J.R. Roby.
 26. 1 churn, sold $.50, bought by Wm. Gwynn.
 27. 3 milk cans, sold $.25, bought by J.W./N. Martin.
 28. 12 stone fruit jugs, sold $.20, bought by Mary Drummond.
 29. 12 stone fruit jugs, sold $.20, bought by John McKnight.
 30. 12 stone fruit jugs, sold $.20, bought by Mary Drummond.
 31. 12 stone fruit jugs, sold $.20, bought by Mary Drummond.
 32. 12 glass fruit jugs, sold $.75, bought by Mrs. Tracy.
 33. 12 glass fruit jugs, sold $.60, bought by T.L. Johnson.
 34. 1 lot glass fruit jugs, sold $.60, bought by Wm. Gwynn.
 35. 6 one gallon jars, sold $.25, bought by Mary Drummond.
 36. 2 two gallon jars, sold $.15, bought by Jas Jenkins.
 37. 2 three gallon jars, sold $.15, bought by Eli McKnight.
 38. 1 four gallon jar, not sold, $.15, John McKnight.
 39. 1 wash board and tub, sold $.20, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 40. 3 augers and 1 hog hook, sold $.50, bought by Jonah Thomas.
 41. 1 hand saw, sold $.10, bought by W.K. Hollingsworth.
 42. 1 cross cut saw, sold $.75, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 43. 1 work bench, sold $.25, bought by David Castallo.
 44. 1 box, shovel, scythe, and postdigger, sold $.50, bought by G.W. Farra.
 45. 1 scythe and hoe, sold $.20, bought by H.H. Kaggs.
 46. 2 barrels and keg, sold $.15, bought by Jonah Thomas.
 47. 2 buckets and keg, sold $.15, bought by Eli McKnight.
 48. 1 large box, sold $.20, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 49. 1 fire shovel, sold $.05, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 50. 1 maul and wedge, sold $.10, bought by T.A. Walker.
 51. 4 flatcrocks, sold $.15, bought by Eli McKnight.
 52. 1 meat tub, sold $1.00, bought by Jas Jenkins.
 53. 1 grind stone, sold $1.00, bought by T.B. Heskett.
 54. 1 ladder, sold $1.00, bought by Eli McKnight.
 55. 1 lot old iron, sold $.20, bought by W.D. Vancuren.
 56. 1 lot old chain, sold $.10, bought by W.D. Vancuren.
 57. 1 log chain, sold $.50, bought by Jesse Thomas.
 58. 1 small log chain, sold $.30, bought by Geo. Hollingsworth.
 59. 1 mattock, sold $.10, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 60. 1 hay rake, sold $.75, bought by W.K. Hollingsworth.
 61. 1 lot wagon tire, sold $.30, bought by W.D. Vancuren.
 62. 1 harrow and plow, sold $1.25, bought by C.W. McGeath.
 63. wagon bed, plow, sold $.15, bought by J.W. Martin.
 64. 1 coal shovel, sold $.25, bought by J.C. Tracy.
 65. 2 corn cutters, sold $.15, bought by A.E. Gregg.
 66. 1 riding bridle, sold $.25, bought by J.F. Mercer.
 67. collar and harness, sold $.40, bought by J.H. Heskett.
 68. 1 collar, sold $.20, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 69. 1 set harness, sold $.40, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 70. 1 scoop shovel, sold $.25, bought by J.E. Hunt.
 71. 1 Oliver plow, sold $1.00, bought by J.W. Martin.
 72. 1 single shovel plow, sold $.50, bought by J.W. Martin.
 73. 1 double shovel plow, sold $.30, bought by Chas. Dowdell.
 74. 1 four prong fork, sold $.15, bought by W.K. Hollingsworth.
 75. 2 grain cradles, sold $.20, bought by Jas Jenkins & Ham Bigley.
 76. 2 horse blankets, sold $.25, bought by J.J. Heskett.
 77. 9 grain sacks, sold $.40, bought by F.L. Johnson.
 78. 2 slag chains, sold $.20, bought by John Haney.
 79. heavy wagon, sold $5.00, bought by Frank J. Lynn.
 80. hay rigging, sold $1.50, bought by Frank J. Lynn.
 81. road wagon, sold $8.00, bought by S.G. Grimsley.
 82. 1 lot corn fodder, sold $4.00, bought by J.J. Heskett & F.B. Tolbert & Eli McKnight.
 83. 1 lot corn in barn, sold $30.00, bought by J.J. Heskett & E.H. Stewart.
 84. 1 lot timothy hay, sold $6.00, bought by W.S. Vancuren.
 85. 1/2 mow of clover, sold $6.00, bought by W.S. Vancuren.
 86. 1 stack hay, sold $7.00, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
 87. 1 stack hay, sold $7.00, bought by A. Skaggs.
 88. 1 pet lamb, sold $2.25, bought by Eli McKnight.
 89. 1 spring calf, sold $8.00, bought by E.H. Stewart.
 90. 1 lot wheat, sold $19.55, bought by E. Armstrong.
 91. 1 lot oats, sold $19.50, bought by E. Armstrong.
 92. 3 hogs, sold $20.00, bought by J.J. Heskett.
 93. 1 old mare, sold $3.00, bought by E.A. Tolbert.
 94. 1 2-yr-old mare, sold $60.00, bought by S.G. Grimsley.
 95. 1 6-yr-old cow, sold $23.00, bought by T.E. Heskett.
 96. 1 3-yr-old cow, sold $20.00, bought by T.E. Heskett.
 97. 1 red heifer, sold $13.00, bought by J.J. Heskett.
 98. 1 red steer, sold $12.00, bought by E.H. Stewart.
 99. 7 lambs, sold $12.25, bought by Eli McKnight.
 100. 6 wethers, sold $18.00, bought by Jos Majors.
 101. 16 ewes, sold $44.00, bought by Wm. S. Walker.
         tea kettle, sold $.50, bought by Wm. Gwynn.
         2 skillets, sold $.40, bought by John Blackburn.
         3 breadpans, sold $.20, bought by Mrs. Hughes.
         windmill, sold $.75, bought by F.B. Tolbert.
         2 bridles, lines and hames, sold $.11, bought by J.C. Tracy.
         jointer for plow, sold $.15, bought by Jonah Thomas.
         1/2 rick straw, sold $4.00, bought by A.A. Skaggs.
         1/2 bushel measure, sold $.15, bought by A.J. Heskett.
 Real Estate
   part of Section 30 Township 7 of Range 5, Belmont Co., SE corner of SE 1/4 of said section, 92 acres.
   Also another tract in same 1/4 section.
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 $421.16 of sale
First Account, Volume 10, page 217; 20 Oct 1892
William M. Tolbert gave bond of $6,000.00
L.C. Talbott & Alonzo Green as sureties.
30 Nov 1892 settlement account filed
received $941.67 on real estate.
Paid:
11-4-1891 H.H. Gregg, appraiser.
11-4-1891 T.Y. Johnson, appraiser.
11-5-1891 H.W. Bigley.
11-6-1891 J.W. Martin, appraiser.
11-9-1891 John J. Heskett.
11-9-1891 L.S. Thompson.
3-30-1892 H.W. Bigley.
4-2-1892 J.G. Bolon.
4-2-1892 Wilson S. Vancuren.
4-2-1892 J.W. Piper, M.D.
4-4-1892 Eurastus F. Tolbert     $65.00
4-5-1892 J.H. Colvig      $32.00
4-8-1892 A.M. Tolbert      $90.00
4-8-1892 A.M. Tolbert, guardian     $90.00
4-7-1892 James F. Tallman, P.J.      $65.60
4-16-1892 Blanch Tolbert, assignee   $90.00
5-3-1892 Colpitts & Boswell     $85.00
6-3-1892 S.A. McKnight     $50.00
6-3-1892 Do       $40.41
7-9-1892 Taxes       $11.60
2-1-1892 Taxes       $17.88
2-25-1892 W.S. Walker      $2.30
8-19-1892 F.B. Tolbert      $2.00
10-15-1892 J.M. Beckett, Rec.     $1.00
10-21-1892 John J. Heskett, N.P.     $1.00
10-21-1892 Do       $22.00
11-30-1892 Taxes 1892      $21.62
11-29-1892 James B. Lynn      $3.77
balance        $584.62
published in Belmont Chronicle 31 Dec 1892
expense of last sickness and funeral     $143.41
Second Account; Volume 10, page 491
Jan 1893 sold wheat      $9.05
Mar 30, 1893 F.B. Tolbert, note for real estate
         $941.67
Mar 30, 1893 interest on same     $56.50
Mar 30, 1893 sold F.B. Tolbert's note for real estate
         $941.66
Jan 12, 1893 Blanche Tolbert Mellor     $45.00
Jan 12, 1893 A.M. Tolbert, guard.        $45.00
Jan 12, 1893 A.M. Tolbert      $45.00
Jan 12, 1893 E.C. Tolbert      $45.00
Jan 12, 1893 F.A. Tolbert, legacy     $40.00
Jan 12, 1893 E.F. Tolbert      $45.00
Jan 12, 1893 S.A. McKnight     $45.00
Jan 12, 1893 F.B. Tolbert      $45.00
Jan 12, 1893 Wm. M. Tolbert     $45.00
published in Belmont Chronicle on or about May 6, 1893
Third Account; Volume 12, page 67
May 10, 1893 E.F. Tolbert      $177.55
May 10, 1893 A.M. Tolbert, Guardian    $177.55
May 10, 1893 F.A. Tolbert      $177.55
May 10, 1893 Blanche Tolbert Mellor, Assignee
         $177.55
May 11, 1893 E.C. Tolbert      $177.55
May 11, 1893 A.M. Tolbert      $177.55
May 15, 1893 Frank J. Lynn, Executor   $222.55
Aug 18, 1893 F.B. Tolbert      $177.55
Oct 16, 1893 A.J. Tolbert      $222.55
Nov 13, 1893 S.A. McKnight     $177.55
Apr 12, 1894 Wm. M. Tolbert     $177.55

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