Document. Heirs of Michael Pote and Elizabeth Weiss, Bedford County PA, 1837

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Intermediate Source: Ancestry Michael Caldwells Genealogy Database as of 8 February 2011] Original Source: Petition of Daniel Dick and Catharine his wife late Catharine Pote, to Bedford County, PA Orphans Court. January Term 1837, pp. 231-232.

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1836 Petition of Daniel Dick and wife Catharine, formerly Pote, daughter of Michael Pote and Elizabeth Weiss, detailing heirs of said Michael Pote and Elizabeth Weiss.

Bedford County, PA Orphans Court. January Term 1837, pp. 231-232.1836 Petition of Daniel Dick and wife Catharine, formerly Pote, daughter of Michael Pote and Elizabeth Weiss, detailing heirs of said Michael Pote and Elizabeth Weiss.

Bedford County, PA Orphans Court. January Term 1837, pp. 231-232.

To the Hon. the Judges of the Orphans Court of the County of Bedford. The Petition of Daniel Dick and Catharine his wife late Catharine Pote.

Respectfully represents that Michael Pote Senr. late of Woodberry Township and County aforesaid on or about the first day of February A.D. 1818 died intestate leaving a widow named Elizabeth and issue ten children to wit: Barbara intermarried with Henry Coy, who lives in Indiana County, Pa., Elizabeth intermarried with Charles Wilbaum who lives in Montgomery County Ohio, Michael who lives in Bedford County, Jacob who has since died leaving issue eight children to wit, Adam, Catharine, Michael, Mary, John, Susanna, Jacob and Andrew, all of whom are under the age of twenty one years, without any Guardian and live in Bedford County, Adam who lives in Montgomery Count, Ohio, Magdalena intermarried with Jacob Kettering, who lives in Montgomery County, Ohio, Mary intermarried with John Ober who lives in Indiana County, Pa., Margaret intermarried with John Dick who lives in Indiana County, Pa., and Catharine, intermarried with Daniel Dick, your Petitioner who lives in Bedford County and seized in his demesne as of fees of and in the following described Real Estate to wit: - One tract of land containing about 260 acres situate in the Township of Woodberry aforesaid, about 120 acres of which are cleared and the rest Woodland, adjoining lands of David Cowen, Henry Bechtel, Samuel Walters and others: Your petitioners therefore pray the County to award an inquest to make partition of the premises aforesaid to and among the representatives of the said Intestate, in such manner and such proportion as by the laws of this Commonwealth is directed, if such partition can be made without prejudice to or spoiling the whole thereof but if such partition cannot be so made, then to value and appraise the same and make a return of their proceedings according to Law. And they will pray &c.

Daniel Dick Catherine "her X mark" Dick

Witness: George Dick

[side note] I do hereby acknowledge to have received of David Cowen satisfaction in full of the amount of money coming on this ____ to each of the following named parties whose shares I hold and have placed them on record, except that of Wilbaum and wife which is not recorded, to wit: Charles Wilbaum & Elizabeth his wife, Adam Pote, John Dick & Margaret his wife, Daniel Dick & Catharine his wife, John Ober & Mary his wife, Jacob Kettering and Magdalena his wife.

Test. A.G. Cline, Daniel Dick

November 28, 1836.

The foregoing petition read, and the Court direct that notice of the application for the Writ of Partition be given to the minors of Jacob Pote decd. above the age of fourteen years, and notice to the next of kin of full age of those under 14 years.

By the Court.

Jany. 25, 1837. Guardians having been appointed at this Court for the minor children of Jacob Pote decd. on Motion of A.I. Cline Esq. Writ of Partition and Valuation of the Estate of Michael Pote Sen. awarded pursuant to the prayer of the said Petitioners: Notice thereof to be given to the Guardians of the Children of J. Pote and to those interested residing in the County personal notice - and to those residing out of the County by notice in one newspaper printed in the County.1836 Petition of Daniel Dick and wife Catharine, formerly Pote, daughter of Michael Pote and Elizabeth Weiss, detailing heirs of said Michael Pote and Elizabeth Weiss.

Bedford County, PA Orphans Court. January Term 1837, pp. 231-232.

To the Hon. the Judges of the Orphans Court of the County of Bedford. The Petition of Daniel Dick and Catharine his wife late Catharine Pote.

Respectfully represents that Michael Pote Senr. late of Woodberry Township and County aforesaid on or about the first day of February A.D. 1818 died intestate leaving a widow named Elizabeth and issue ten children to wit: Barbara intermarried with Henry Coy, who lives in Indiana County, Pa., Elizabeth intermarried with Charles Wilbaum who lives in Montgomery County Ohio, Michael who lives in Bedford County, Jacob who has since died leaving issue eight children to wit, Adam, Catharine, Michael, Mary, John, Susanna, Jacob and Andrew, all of whom are under the age of twenty one years, without any Guardian and live in Bedford County, Adam who lives in Montgomery Count, Ohio, Magdalena intermarried with Jacob Kettering, who lives in Montgomery County, Ohio, Mary intermarried with John Ober who lives in Indiana County, Pa., Margaret intermarried with John Dick who lives in Indiana County, Pa., and Catharine, intermarried with Daniel Dick, your Petitioner who lives in Bedford County and seized in his demesne as of fees of and in the following described Real Estate to wit: - One tract of land containing about 260 acres situate in the Township of Woodberry aforesaid, about 120 acres of which are cleared and the rest Woodland, adjoining lands of David Cowen, Henry Bechtel, Samuel Walters and others: Your petitioners therefore pray the County to award an inquest to make partition of the premises aforesaid to and among the representatives of the said Intestate, in such manner and such proportion as by the laws of this Commonwealth is directed, if such partition can be made without prejudice to or spoiling the whole thereof but if such partition cannot be so made, then to value and appraise the same and make a return of their proceedings according to Law. And they will pray &c.

Daniel Dick Catherine "her X mark" Dick

Witness: George Dick

[side note] I do hereby acknowledge to have received of David Cowen satisfaction in full of the amount of money coming on this ____ to each of the following named parties whose shares I hold and have placed them on record, except that of Wilbaum and wife which is not recorded, to wit: Charles Wilbaum & Elizabeth his wife, Adam Pote, John Dick & Margaret his wife, Daniel Dick & Catharine his wife, John Ober & Mary his wife, Jacob Kettering and Magdalena his wife.

Test. A.G. Cline, Daniel Dick

November 28, 1836.

The foregoing petition read, and the Court direct that notice of the application for the Writ of Partition be given to the minors of Jacob Pote decd. above the age of fourteen years, and notice to the next of kin of full age of those under 14 years.

By the Court.

Jany. 25, 1837. Guardians having been appointed at this Court for the minor children of Jacob Pote decd. on Motion of A.I. Cline Esq. Writ of Partition and Valuation of the Estate of Michael Pote Sen. awarded pursuant to the prayer of the said Petitioners: Notice thereof to be given to the Guardians of the Children of J. Pote and to those interested residing in the County personal notice - and to those residing out of the County by notice in one newspaper printed in the County.

By the Court. Writ issued Feby 4, 1837.

To the Hon. the Judges of the Orphans Court of Bedford County. The Petition of Catharine, Mary, John, Susanna, Jacob and Andrew Pote, minor children of Jacob Pote late of Woodberry Township decd. by their Mother, Susanna Pote:

Respectfully represents that your petitioners are under the age of fourteen years and have no person legally authorized to take charge of their persons or Estate. They therefore pray the Court to appoint some suitable person Guardian for that purpose. And they will pray &c.
Susanna "her X mark" Pote for the above named minors.

Witness: I.F. Holsinger

January 25, 1837. The above petition read, and the Court appoint George Cowen Guardian of Catharine and Andrew Pote above named upon his giving Bond with security in Two thousand dollars to the Commth. for the use of said minors. David Cowen offered as bail in said Bond and approved of by the Court. (Bond filed).

Same day David Cowen appointed by the Court as Guardian over the persons and Estates of John, Jacob, Mary and Susanna Pote above named upon his entering into Bond with Security in Four thousand dollars to the Commth. for the use of the said minors. Henry Lowery offered as bail in said Bond & approved of By the Court. (Bond filed.)

By the Court. Writ issued Feby 4, 1837.

To the Hon. the Judges of the Orphans Court of Bedford County. The Petition of Catharine, Mary, John, Susanna, Jacob and Andrew Pote, minor children of Jacob Pote late of Woodberry Township decd. by their Mother, Susanna Pote:

Respectfully represents that your petitioners are under the age of fourteen years and have no person legally authorized to take charge of their persons or Estate. They therefore pray the Court to appoint some suitable person Guardian for that purpose. And they will pray &c.
Susanna "her X mark" Pote for the above named minors.

Witness: I.F. Holsinger

January 25, 1837. The above petition read, and the Court appoint George Cowen Guardian of Catharine and Andrew Pote above named upon his giving Bond with security in Two thousand dollars to the Commth. for the use of said minors. David Cowen offered as bail in said Bond and approved of by the Court. (Bond filed).

Same day David Cowen appointed by the Court as Guardian over the persons and Estates of John, Jacob, Mary and Susanna Pote above named upon his entering into Bond with Security in Four thousand dollars to the Commth. for the use of the said minors. Henry Lowery offered as bail in said Bond & approved of By the Court. (Bond filed.)

To the Hon. the Judges of the Orphans Court of the County of Bedford. The Petition of Daniel Dick and Catharine his wife late Catharine Pote.
Respectfully represents that Michael Pote Senr. late of Woodberry Township and County aforesaid on or about the first day of February A.D. 1818 died intestate leaving a widow named Elizabeth and issue ten children to wit: Barbara intermarried with Henry Coy, who lives in Indiana County, Pa., Elizabeth intermarried with Charles Wilbaum who lives in Montgomery County Ohio, Michael who lives in Bedford County, Jacob who has since died leaving issue eight children to wit, Adam, Catharine, Michael, Mary, John, Susanna, Jacob and Andrew, all of whom are under the age of twenty one years, without any Guardian and live in Bedford County, Adam who lives in Montgomery Count, Ohio, Magdalena intermarried with Jacob Kettering, who lives in Montgomery County, Ohio, Mary intermarried with John Ober who lives in Indiana County, Pa., Margaret intermarried with John Dick who lives in Indiana County, Pa., and Catharine, intermarried with Daniel Dick, your Petitioner who lives in Bedford County and seized in his demesne as of fees of and in the following described Real Estate to wit: - One tract of land containing about 260 acres situate in the Township of Woodberry aforesaid, about 120 acres of which are cleared and the rest Woodland, adjoining lands of David Cowen, Henry Bechtel, Samuel Walters and others: Your petitioners therefore pray the County to award an inquest to make partition of the premises aforesaid to and among the representatives of the said Intestate, in such manner and such proportion as by the laws of this Commonwealth is directed, if such partition can be made without prejudice to or spoiling the whole thereof but if such partition cannot be so made, then to value and appraise the same and make a return of their proceedings according to Law. And they will pray &c.

Daniel Dick
Catherine "her X mark" Dick

Witness: George Dick

[side note] I do hereby acknowledge to have received of David Cowen satisfaction in full of the amount of money coming on this ____ to each of the following named parties whose shares I hold and have placed them on record, except that of Wilbaum and wife which is not recorded, to wit: Charles Wilbaum & Elizabeth his wife, Adam Pote, John Dick & Margaret his wife, Daniel Dick & Catharine his wife, John Ober & Mary his wife, Jacob Kettering and Magdalena his wife.

Test. A.G. Cline, Daniel Dick

November 28, 1836.

The foregoing petition read, and the Court direct that notice of the application for the Writ of Partition be given to the minors of Jacob Pote decd. above the age of fourteen years, and notice to the next of kin of full age of those under 14 years.

By the Court.

Jany. 25, 1837. Guardians having been appointed at this Court for the minor children of Jacob Pote decd. on Motion of A.I. Cline Esq. Writ of Partition and Valuation of the Estate of Michael Pote Sen. awarded pursuant to the prayer of the said Petitioners: Notice thereof to be given to the Guardians of the Children of J. Pote and to those interested residing in the County personal notice - and to those residing out of the County by notice in one newspaper printed in the County.

By the Court. Writ issued Feby 4, 1837.

To the Hon. the Judges of the Orphans Court of Bedford County. The Petition of Catharine, Mary, John, Susanna, Jacob and Andrew Pote, minor children of Jacob Pote late of Woodberry Township decd. by their Mother, Susanna Pote:

Respectfully represents that your petitioners are under the age of fourteen years and have no person legally authorized to take charge of their persons or Estate. They therefore pray the Court to appoint some suitable person Guardian for that purpose. And they will pray &c.
Susanna "her X mark" Pote for the above named minors.

Witness: I.F. Holsinger

January 25, 1837. The above petition read, and the Court appoint George Cowen Guardian of Catharine and Andrew Pote above named upon his giving Bond with security in Two thousand dollars to the Commth. for the use of said minors. David Cowen offered as bail in said Bond and approved of by the Court. (Bond filed).

Same day David Cowen appointed by the Court as Guardian over the persons and Estates of John, Jacob, Mary and Susanna Pote above named upon his entering into Bond with Security in Four thousand dollars to the Commth. for the use of the said minors. Henry Lowery offered as bail in said Bond & approved of By the Court. (Bond filed.)

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