Do you know where old Court Books are stored at the Court House? In a deed, the first 4 JOHN McNEAL children apparently inherited Clinton Co.land, but I have been unable to find from whom. Their mother must have died, because John married there in 1837.I could find no Guardianship, but their father acted as Administrator of the land.The June 1838 deed names JOHN POND, Senr.having the land until an ACT of the Legislature,but did not give the date, or purpose of the Act.Nor could I find that John or son, Griffith Pond named the 4 McNeal children or their parents as heirs.All were neighbors, however, and had come from the same area in North Carolina. John Pond was in the Revolutionary War and I thought the ACT was probably concerning Bounty Land.I assumed there were early Clinton Co. Court Books that would have answers, and hired someone to go to the attic to search for old Court Books, since I am physically unable. He said he found nothing.Chancery Court Records should have a record of the transactions if Clinton Co.had Chancery Court, and I think all Ohio Counties had that. Does the Society have Indexes or record of heirs in cases like this, or film of Indexes or Court Proceedings?Where should I look if not?I am sharing data with cousins and would like to find this answer soon, but don't want to pass on erroneous data.Thank you for your attention.