Person:Milly Gibson (1)

Milly Gibson
b.1782? Virginia
m. 17 May 1780
  1. Milly Gibson1782 - aft 1859
  • HAle Hatfield1779 - 1841
  • WMilly Gibson1782 - aft 1859
m. abt 1798
  1. Andrew Hatfield1799 - 1879
  2. Unknown Hatfield1801 - 1801
  3. Elizabeth Hatfield1803 -
  4. Nancy Hatfield1810 - 1891
Facts and Events
Name[1] Milly Gibson
Gender Female
Birth[1] 1782? Virginia
Marriage abt 1798 Virginia(his 1st wife)
to Ale Hatfield
Divorce 4 Apr 1836 Greene County?, Indianafrom Ale Hatfield
Other[2] 24 Sep 1859 Wayne County, Kentucky
Death[2] aft Sep 1859 Campbell County, Tennessee
  1. 1.0 1.1 Campbell County, Tennessee. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 345, house/family 913/913.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bork, June Baldwin. Wayne County, Kentucky. (Huntington Beach, California: J.B. Bork], 1972-1979), "Biographical Sketches and Civil Court Records," Vol. 4, p. 252.

    James Gibson & George Gibson, Administrators of George Gibson, deceased.

    The Administrators complain against Milly Hatfield who is a non-resident and is one of the Legaties and heirs of George Gibson, dec'd, and will be entitled in the distribution of said estate. However, Milly became indebted to James and George Gibson, the Administrators, for $155 on 3 Aug 1838. It was agreed between the three of them that Milly, out of her share of the estate, they were to retain and be paid the amount of the note as of her agreement. We are informed that Milly has sold her interest in said estate to Moses Sallee and he has not paid Milly the amount he agreed on and we, James and George Gibson, believe the purpose of this transaction was to prevent us from collecting from Milly on the Note. Said Moses Sallee has executed and gave his obligation to the son-in-law of Milly, John McCoy, who is a non-resident. May it please your honor to grant an Injunction and restraining order against Moses Sallee prohibiting him from paying over to Milly Hatfield & John McCoy until the matters in this Suit can be heard.

    This Bill filed 24 Sep 1859.