Person:Isaac Darland (1)

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Isaac Darland
m. BET 1784 AND 1794
  1. John DarlandABT 1789 - 1859
  2. Abraham DarlandABT 1796 - 1852
  3. Isaac Darland1798 - 1839
  4. Garret DarlandABT 1800 -
  5. Catherine DarlandABT 1802 -
m. 01 DEC 1818
  1. James B. Darland1820 - 1908
  2. Martha Jane Darland1822 - 1901
  3. John Darland1824 -
  4. Samuel DarlandABT 1825 -
  5. Mary DarlandABT 1828 -
  6. William L. DarlandABT 1828 -
  7. George W. DarlandABT 1828 -
  8. Martin Darland1832 -
Facts and Events
Name Isaac Darland
Gender Male
Birth[8] 12 Nov 1798 Bourbon, Kentucky, United States
Marriage 01 DEC 1818 Mercer, Kentucky, United Statesto Alsey Runnels
Property[2][3] 11 NOV 1822 Parke County, IndianaLand Purch
Other[9] 01 JUL 1833 Parke, Indiana, United StatesLegal
Death[8] 11 Aug 1839 Parke, Indiana, United States
Probate[4] 12 SEP 1839 Parke, Indiana, United States
Probate[5] 10 OCT 1839 Parke, Indiana, United States
Probate[6] 13 MAY 1842 Parke, Indiana, United States
Probate[7] 11 MAR 1847 Parke, Indiana, United States
Property[7] 17 MAR 1848 Parke, Indiana, United StatesLand Sale
Probate[7] 13 JUN 1848 Parke, Indiana, United States
References
  1.   Isaac Darland, 1839, in Parke County, Indiana, Probate.

    Administration of Estate - died intestate

  2. Entrees of Land: Index entry. , in Parke County Recorder.

    Copy not available due to fire in the courthouse c1831. See National Archives.
    Patent date: 1 January 1824, recorded vol. 3, page 41

  3. Isaac Darland, in National Archives Land Entry Files, Record Type: Land Entry File, Record Group: General Land Entry Files, File # 1050.
  4. Probate Order Book, in Indiana. Probate Court (Parke County); Indiana. Court of Common Pleas (Park County); and Indiana. Circuit Court (Parke County). Probate records, 1833-1921, Parke County, Indiana. (Salt Lake City, Utah), Bk 2, pg 100, 12 Sep 1839.

    Letters of administration granted to Alsey Darland. Filed bond with John Abbit as security.

  5. Isaac Darland Probate, in Indiana. Probate Court (Parke County); Indiana. Court of Common Pleas (Park County); and Indiana. Circuit Court (Parke County). Probate records, 1833-1921, Parke County, Indiana. (Salt Lake City, Utah).

    Isaac Darland Estate Box 1842 and Complete Record Probate Book 2, pg 421-424
    Appraisement of Personal Property by David Connelly, Zc.[Zachariah] Barnes, and Abraham Darland amt: $593.50

  6. Probate Order Book, in Indiana. Probate Court (Parke County); Indiana. Court of Common Pleas (Park County); and Indiana. Circuit Court (Parke County). Probate records, 1833-1921, Parke County, Indiana. (Salt Lake City, Utah), Bk 2, pg 392, 13 May 1846.

    Isaac Darland's Estate
    Now comes Alsey Darland admx and files an account current upon the adminstration of said estate which being examined by the court is approved & the several accounts there mentioned are allowed and it appearing to the court that there is a balance of $111.10 in said administrator's hands after the payment of all the debts presented against said estate, including costs of administration and the widow's dower. On motion it is ordered that said Alsey Darland be allowed the sum of $60 out of the dividend due John, Samuel, George W., Mary, William L., Martin Darland, heirs of said decedent for nursing clothing and raising said minors. WHereupon it is ordered that said administrator pay over to James B Darland and William Taylor & Martha his wife adult heirs of decedent $13.88 & 3/4 cents each which is now done and receipts therefore filed and to James B Darland as Guardian for the said heirs first above mentioned $23.33 being the balance of their distributive shares of said estate after deducting the allowance made as aforesaid to the said Alsey Darland which is accordingly done and the said guardian's receipt filed. and it is further ordered and decreed that this be taken as a final settlement of said estate. And it is ordered that the citation issued herein against said administrator be dismissed.

    Guardianship of Minors:
    On application of James B. Darland, and the Court being satisfied that John Darland, Samuel Darland, George Darland, Mary Darland, Willoam L. Darland, & Martin Darland, heirs of Isaac Darland deceased are minors & residents of said County, and the said James B. Darland having filed his bond in the sum of five hundred dollars, conditioned according to law with John Abbit his security therein approved by the court Therefore ordered that the said James B. Darland be and he is hereby appointed Guardian for the persons and property of the said minor heirs -- Whereupon the said James B. Darland was duly sworn in open court truly and faithfully to perform the trusts devolving on him as such Guardian.

  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Complete Record Probate Book , in Indiana. Probate Court (Parke County); Indiana. Court of Common Pleas (Park County); and Indiana. Circuit Court (Parke County). Probate records, 1833-1921, Parke County, Indiana. (Salt Lake City, Utah), Bk 6, page 358-363, 11 Mar 1847.

    Isaac Darland Estate
    11 Mar 1847: Petition of James B. Darland of the persons and estate of George Darland, William S. Darland and Martin Darland, heirs of Isaac Darland deceased sheweth that their desends to the said heirs from their said father the following tract of land, to wit: The east half of the southeast quarter of section 11 in township 16 N of range 7 W, containing eighty acres: that John Darland and Samuel Darland who were his wards are now of age and have sold their interest in said land; and that Mary Darland another heir for whom he was guardian had married one Jordan Dodge; that there were in all eight heirs who have each an equal interest and a widow who has dower, in said tract of land, and consequently that the interest of his wards being so small, is almost valueless. The widow and most of the other heirs having sold their interest, the greatest portion of said land is now in the hands of strangers. In view of these facts the guardian is of opinion as are also the other relatives of his wards that it is their decided interest that their interest in said land should be sold and the proceeds vested in wild lands in the state if Illinois where himself as well and his wards reside. He has found a purchaser to whom he is of opinion he can sell the interest of said heirs in the said tract of land for its full appraised value of $210. He therefore prays the court to order him to sell said lands at private sale, at the appraised value, and on such terms as may be deemed best in order that the proceeds may be vested in wild lands in the state of Illinois.
    [signed] James B. Darland, guardian

    Court ordered sale and appointed Abraham Darland and Harvey N. Adams to appraise.
    Appraisal returned as $70 each, total $210.
    Guardian files $400 bond with Abraham Darland as surety.
    Property sold to Samuel A McCampbell for the sum of $225 and promissory notes received: one for $50 due in ten days, one for $75 due in ten days and one for $100 due in 12 months with Harvey N. Adams as security.
    Land Sale 17 Mar 1848 : part of E 1/2 SE 1/4 S11 T16 R7 Parke County, Indiana
    Deed issued by Addison L. Roache, commissioner to Samuel McCampbell

    13 June 1848: Guardian reports that full amount of the purchase money has been paid $225 principal and $1.50 interest.
    Court confirms the sale and appoints Addison L Roache as commissioner to convey the land

  8. 8.0 8.1 Isaac Darland, in Barth, Barbara; Judith Smith Cassidy (editor); and Harry Macy Jr (editor). The Dorland Enigma Solved: A Revision of the Dorland Genealogy. (Sandisfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States: Diane Barth Swartz, 2007), p 224-225.
  9. ROCKVILLE, PARKE COUNTY, INDIANA AUGUST TERM 1833 Be it remembered that
    heretofore towit at a circuit court began and held at the court house in Rockville county of Parke State
    of Indiana on monday the sixth day of May in the aforesaid the Grand jury towit ... under the authority
    of the said State of Indiana upon their oath present that Samuel Reynolds late of said county Laborer
    John Reynolds late of said county laborer William Daniel late of said county laborer Robert Reynolds
    late of said county laborer Isaac Darland late of said county laborer and certain other perons whose
    names are to the jurors aforesaid unknown on the first day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand
    and eight hundred and thirty two with force and (arms) at the county of Parke aforesaid did all riotusly
    routously and unlawfully meet together to do an unlawful act of violence upon a common cause towit to
    commit an assult and battery upon one Robert Robison otherwise called Robert Robertson ... breaking
    down the door of the dwelling house of the said Robert Robison otherwise called Robert Robertson ...
    unlawfully riotously and routously striking beating bruising wounding and ill treating him the said Robert
    Robison otherwise called Robert Robertson then and there (erased) unlawfully riotously and routously
    did an evil example of all others in the like case offending con trary to the form of the statute in such
    case made and provided and against the peace and dignity of the State of Indiana...