The document is "An account of the Administration of the Goods & Chattels Rights & Credits which were late of George Yaekle late of Mahoney Township deceased by Isaac Depoy and Ann his wife late Ann Yaekle administratrix & George Yaekle administrators of the Said Goods & Chattels, rights & Credits as follows to wit--"(Listing of payments and disbursements).Signature--"Exhibited into the register Office at Sunbury for the county of Northumberland this 27th Day of May AD 1802 for the Administrators being first sworn thereto:signed by George Yeakley (in German) (Jr.) and Isaac Depoy in behalf of his wife Ann Depoy (later Ann Yeakle)"
I know absolutely nothing about handling estates in the 1800's, but George, Sr had borrowed 40 pounds from Henry Walter before he died and this listing pays 20 pounds to Henry Walter and another 87 pounds to Henry Hehn on a bond and note from the estate.I believe that George, Jr. kept the land (300 Acres)--and probably these type matters not being cleared would keep the estate from being closed???There is still a balance in the account of 83 pounds in favor of the administrators.
There is also a document in Orpan's Court dated April 1794 dealing with the issue of the 300 acres of land and George, Jr. agrees to pay 647 pounds for the land to the heirs.
I have never seen anything in Yeakley genealogy records about Anna remarrying after George's death, but I now thing she did marry.