I'm writing regarding Genealogy research, on my ancestor, Peter Arney.
Concerning the book below:
Overton County, Tennessee County Court Minutes Feb 1844 - Nov 1849
Please see the notations, from the book (below):
Ordered by the Court that John BROWN of the 3rd District be releast the payment of a pole tax wrongfully listed to him for the present year 1846.
Upon motion it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Peter ARNY died intestate on the 16th day of August 1845 in the County of Overton leaving no will and that he resided in the County of Overton State of Tennessee at the time and a long time previous to his death, and it further appearing to the Court that all those persons entitled to priority in the administration of said decedents estate had failed or refused to take out letters of Administration upon said decedents estate, it is therefore ordered that E. L. GARDENHIREbe appointed Administrator of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of the said Peter ARNEY deceased, who came into court with James MCMILLIN, William H.TURNER and William TURNER his securities and acknowledged bond in the sum of five thousand dollars and was qualified as the law directs, Whereupon it is ordered that letters of Administration issue to him
State of Tennessee() Overton County()To E. L. GARDENHIRE a citizen of Overton County.It appearing to the Court now in session that Peter ARNY has died in the County of Overton State of Tennessee on the 16th day of August 1845 leaving no will and the court being satisfied as to your claim to and you having given bond and qualified as directed by law, and the court having ordered that letters of Administration be issued to you: These are therefore to authorize and empower you to take into your possession and control all the goods, chattels, claims and papers of the intestate, and return a true and perfect inventory thereof to our next county court to collect and pay all debts, and to do and transact all the duties in relation to said estate which lawfully devolve
on you as administrator, and after having settled up said estate, to deliver the residue thereof to those who are by law entitled. Witness J. B. HARRISON Clerk of said Court at office this 6th day of July 1846. J. B. HARRISON Clk.
E. L. GARDENHIRE administrator of the Estate of Peter ARNEY deceased this day returned an Inventory of said estate which is ordered by the Court to be put of Record and filed.
"Inventory of said estate which is ordered by the Court to be put of Record and filed"
May I ask, where can I find this Inventory of Peter Arney's Estate?
Would it have been recorded and saved on Microfilm?
I would really like to get a copy of this, please.
I know, that the book, is merely a "transcription" of the actual records. Do the actual records exist on Microfilm?
Thank you, for your time, consideration, and cooperation, I truly appreciate it.