Person:Alsey Unknown (2)

Alsey
 
d.BEF 26 APR 1839 , , Parke, Indiana,
Facts and Events
Name[1] Alsey
Gender Female
Marriage to William Reynolds
Death[2] BEF 26 APR 1839 , , Parke, Indiana,
Reference Number? 167
Reference Number? 3254
Probate[3][6] 19 AUG 1839 , , Parke County, Indiana,
Probate[4][7] 08 OCT 1839 , , Parke County, Indiana,
Probate[4][8] 12 NOV 1839 , , Parke, Indiana,
Probate[5][9] 13 NOV 1839 , , Parke County, Indiana,
References
  1. Parke County, Indiana, Clerk of Court, Estate of Alsey Reynolds: Boxes 1839, receipts signed by the heirs.
  2. Parke County, Indiana, Clerk of Court, General Index to Estates.
  3. Parke County, Indiana, Clerk of Court, Estate of Alsey Reynolds: Probate Order Book 2, pg. 84.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Parke County, Indiana, Clerk of Court, Estate of Alsey Reynolds: Boxes 1839.
  5. Parke County, Indiana, Clerk of Court, Estate of Alsey Reynolds: Probate Order Book 2, pg.107.
  6. Motion to grant letters of administration confirmed.
    Docketed: Abraham Darland vs. William Daniels, surviving admin.
    Docketed: John Abbit vs. William Daniels, surviving admin.
  7. Suit of John Abbitt filed 8 October 1839 [Damages $200.00]
    Estate of Alcey Reynolds, Boxes Year 1839
    Parke County Clerk, Rockville, Indiana

    State of Indiana, Parke county
    Parke Probate Court
    November Term 1839

    John Abbitt, plantiff complains of William Daniels, surviving dministrator [sic] of all and singular the goods and chattles, rights and credits which were of Alcy Reynolds deceased at the time of her death, who died intestate. etc. being etc. ______[smeared] a plea of trespass on the case upon promises. For that heretofore, to wit on the first day February 1838 at the county aforesaid the said Alcy Reynolds who is since deceased was justly indebted to the said plaintiff in the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars lawful money of the United States for the work and labour, care and diligence of the said plaintiff by him the said plaintiff before that time done, performed and bestowed in and about the business of the said Alcey Reynold and for the said Alcy Reynolds and at her special instance and request and also, for divers materials and other necessary things by the said plaintiff before that time found and provided and used and applied about that workd and labor_ for the said Alcy Reynolds and at her like special instance and request and being so indebted she the said Alcy Reynolds afterwards, in her life time, to wit, on the day and years aforesaid, in the county aforesaid in consideration of said indebtedness undertook and promised to pay him, the said plaintiff the said sum of money when she the said Alcy Reynolds should be thereunto afterwards requested so to do

    And whereas also the said Alcy Reynolds afterwards, to wit, on the day and year last aforesaid at the county aforesaid and before her death was justly indebited to the plaintiff in the further sum of one hundred and fifty dollars like lawful money for certain rooms and apartments and furniture of the said plaintiff before that time used, occupied and enjoyed by the said Alcy Reynolds at her special instance and request and by the permission of the said plaintiff and for meat, drink, fire, candles, attendance and other necessaries by the said plaintiff before that time found and provided for the said Alcy Reynolds and at her like special instance and request and also in the further sum of one hundred and fifty dollars like lawful money for diverse goods wares and merchandize by the said plaintiff before that time sold and delivered to the said Alcy Reynolds and at her like special instance and request and also in the further sum of one hundred and fifty dollars like lawful money for money by the said plaintiff before that time lent, advanced, to, and paid & laid out and expended for the said Alcy Reynolds and at her like special instance and request and being so indebted she the said Alcy Reynolds in consideration thereof afterward, to wit, on the day and year last aforesaid at the county aforesaid, undertook and then and there faithfully promised the said plaintiff to pay him the said several sums of money in this count mentioned when she should be thereunto afterwards requested

    And whereas also she, the said Alcy Reynolds afterwards, to wit, on the day and year last aforedaid at the county aforesaid, in consideration that the said plaintiff at the like special instance and request, had before that time permitted the said Alcy Reynolds to use and enjoy and that she the said Alcy Reynolds had accordingly used and enjoyed certain other rooms, apartments, and furniture of the said plaintiff and also in consideration that the said plaintiff at the like spicial [sic] instance and request had before that time found and provided other meat drink, fire, candles attendance and necessaries for the said Alcy Reynolds, she the said Alcy Reynolds undertook and then and there faithfully promised the said plaintiff to pay to him as much money as he therefore reasonably deserved to have of the said Alcy Reynolds when she should be thereunto afterwards requested. And the said plaintiff avers that he therefore reasonably deserved to have of the said Alcy Reynolds the further sum of one hundred and fifty dollars of like lawful money, to wit, at the county aforesaid where of the said Alcy Reynolds afterwards, to wit, on the day and year aforesaid, then and there had notice.

    Yet the said Alcy Reynolds in her lifetime and the said WIllain Daniels and one Isaac Darland in his lifetime, now deceased and whom the said William Daniels hath survived and which said William Daniels and Isaac Darland in the lifetime of the said Isaac Darland were administrators of all and singular the goods and chattles, Rights & credits which were of the said Alcy Reynolds deceased at the time of her death who died intestate after the death of the said Alcy Reynolds, and the said WIlliam Daniels surviving administrator as aforesaid after the death of the said Isaac Darland, not regarding the said several promises herein before set forth, but contriving and wickedly intending to cheat and defraud the said plaintiff, have not, nor have either of them as yet paid the said several sums of money or any part thereof (although often requested so to do) but to pay the same or any part thereof to the said plaintiff the said Alcy Reynolds in her lifetime, and the said William Daniels and Isaac Darland administrators as aforesaid after the death of the said Alcy Reynolds and in the lifetime of the said Isaac Darland wholly refused and the said William Daniels surviving administrator as aforesaid hath ever since the death of the said Isaac Darland hitherto wholly refused and still refuses so to do. To the damage of the said plaintiff two hundred dollars, and therefore he sues

    John W Abbitt plff
    By Wm. T. Noel his atty
  8. William Daniel administrator of the estate of Alcey Reynolds deceased in account as follows to wit:

    1839 Cash received of said estate$100
    1839 No.1 Oct 28 By cash paid Jane Robison one of the heirs$10.00
    No.2 Oct 25 By cash paid Elizabeth Robertson " " $10.00
    No.3 Oct 28 By cash paid Alsey Darland " "$10.00
    No.4 Oct 28 By cash paid Abraham Darland " "$10.00
    No.5 Oct 28 By cash paid John Abbott" "$10.00
    No.6 Oct 25 By cash paid James R. Reynolds" "$10.00
    No.7 Nov 9 By cash paid William Daniel""$10.00
    No.8 Nov 10 By cash paid William Reynolds" "$10.00
    No.9 By cash paid clerks fees 8.24
    No 10 By cash paid William P. Bryant 5.00
    No.11 By amt due ro administrator 6.76 _____ $100.00
    By amt of assets 100.00
    and due administrator 0.00

    November 12th 1839 [signed] mark of William Daniel adm
  9. Abraham Darland vs. William Daniels, adm.: by agreement the cause is dismissed at defendant's costs
    John Abbit vs. William Daniel, adm.: by agreement the cause is dismissed at defendant's costs