just recently was sent the following on Scallorn. Hope it helps.
also you might try a mr. Robert Tapscott, he also researches Scallor.his e-mail is
JOHN SCALLORN LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Be it remembered that I, JOHN SCALLORN of the county of Madison and State of Alabama considering the uncertainty of this mortal and being weak of body but of sound mind and memory ------ be Almighty God for the same do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner following that is to say . First I will and desire that my Estate both real and personal may be kept together by my wife NANCY SCALLORN whom I do hereby appoint Executor of this my was Will and testament and that my Estate shall be ---- and--- conducted by them my said Executors for the purpose of ---- and educating each of my children as are underage and uneducated or unto my youngest son JEFFERSON shall arrive at the age of fifteen years by which time he may and I desire he should have as good an education as I have given my other children ( my desire being to deal alike with all my children, at which time I will and desire that my Estate shall be equally divided between all my children, reserving my for my beloved wife NANCY SCALLORN if she should be living and remains my widow until thatone Fifth part of my Estate for and during her natural life or widowhood, but at her marriage or decease I will and desire that the residue of my Estate be left to her shall be equally divided between al my children.
The following exceptions to the foregoing part of this my last will and testament is to be strictly observed and followed by my said Executor that is to say whereas I have given unto my tow sons JEFF SCALLOR and JOHN SCALLON, and they have received each a Horse Saddle and Bridle worth Eight Dollars when hey become of age and left me and it being my desire as I have already stated to deal alike with all my children I will and desire that each of my other sons as they arrive at the age of Twenty one years shall have out of my Estate and my said Executors are hereby required and directed to pay to each of them the sum of eighty Dollars in Current money of the Sate same as the Notes of the State Bank are at this time or a horse Saddle and Bridle worth that sum which ever they prefer, and whereas I have given my four Daughters NANCY LUNDY, JUDITH SMITH, ELIZABETH KEAL and AMELIA BEGLEY that are married each one bed and furniture, one cow and calf and ten dollars in cash except ELIZABETH KEAL, who has only received one bed and furniture. I will and desire therefore that my said Executors shall give to her out of my estate, one cow and calf and Ten dollar in like money as above whenever she or he legal representative may call for it, also I will that my said Executors shall pay out of my Estate to my two remaining LOUISA and MARTHA each the sum of ten dollars in like money as before one bed and furniture one cow and calf, when they severally becomemarry. also I will and desire that my said Executor shall at the months from and after my decease pay to each of my children that or have married the sum of Fifty Dollars in addition to the foregoing in like money as before stated except these that are indebted to my first letter of their respective accounts with my said Executor before will be entitled toreceive the above the above sum of Fifty Dollar, I also will and desire my said Executor shall pay to each of my youngest that are now under age the like sum of fifty dollars as they severally become of age or marry. In witness whereof I have herein to set my and seal this 18th day of May in year of our lord 1831
John Scallorn (seal)
signed sealed published and delivered by the said
Testator as and for his last Will and Testament
in presence of us who at his request and in his presence have subscribedour names as witness thereto
J. S. CALVERT
The State Of Alabama
County Court of Madison County the 9th day ofSeptember 1831
The last will and testament of JOHN SCALLORN dec’d this------- in open court for probate, and the execution thereofas to the ---contained in said will being duly proven by the -----L. Calvart, one of the subscribing witnesses thereto the said ordered to be recorded the-- minutes No 5 page 31. Pursuant order said will was duly recorded the 17th day September.TEST: Thos. ______
ALABAMA RECORDS, MADISON COUNTY, Al.
Pro. Rec. 5 p 464Will of JOHN SCALLORN.
Final settlement of the estate of JOHN SCALLORN by NANCY SCALLORN, admix. Sept. 1848. the following legatees have been paid in full: JAMES R. SCALLORN, FRANKLIN SCALLORN, GEORGE W. SCALLORN. JAMES H. LUNDY and wife, S. SMITH and wife, JOHN SCALLORN, JOSEPH SCALLORN, D. H. BIGLEY and wife, P. KEEL and wife, and WILLIAM SCALLORN. LOISA SCALLORN and ED B. BIGLEY and wife have been paid part of their shares.. JESSE SCALLORN has received nothing on his share so is to receive $306.25.
Alabama record Vol. 124
Book O, p 639
Power ofattorney, JESSE W. SCALLORN, LAVINIS B. SCALLIANS, JOHN PENNEL KEEL, LAVINIA SCALLORN, and ELIZABETH KEEL, all of Gibson Co., Tenn. To JOHN SCALLION JR. of said County and state to sell tract of land in Madison County, Ala. part of the estate of JOHN SCALLIANS SENR. dec’d 24 Dec 1823.“ JAMES H. LUNDYS and NANCY LUNDYS name struke our before signing. “Signatures, LUVINIA B. SCALLORN, LAVINIA SCALLORN, PENNELL KEEL, ELIZABETH KEEL, JESSE W. SCALLORN.“LUCINDA B. SCALLORN, LAVINIA SCALLORN and ELIZABEH KEEL, being examined separate and apart from their husbands..... “Acknowledged before THOMA FITE, Clk, C. C. Gibson Co., Tenn.
p 64027 Jan. 1834JESSE W. SCALLORN, PENNEL KEEL., LAVINIA SCALLORN, LAVINA SCALLORN andELIZABETH KEEL by their attorney in tract
JOHN SCALLORN of Gibson co., Tenn. to NANCY ICE of Madison Co., Ala. SW of 32 T2 R 1 W and N 1/2 of NW of 5 T3 R1 W.
SCALLORN, JOHN deceased, Petition for Sale of Negroes and land.
JOHN SCALLORN, JESSE SCALLORN, JAMES H. LUNDY and wife NANCY, STEPHEN SMITH and wife JUDITH, PENNEL KEEL and wife ELIZABETH, are non-residents.
*( JOHN W. )* OTEY, guardian of MARTHA W. SCALLORN over 14; WILLIAM and JOSEPH SCALLORN reside in Morgan co.; DANIEL H. BIGLEY and wife AMELIA *( m. 1830 *, LOUISA, JAMES M., FRANKLIN and GEORGE W. SCALLORN, residence, Madison co. Dec. 19, 1844 Book 10, p. 190.
SMITH, ELIZABETHdied without will. SAMUEL SMITH applies for letters of administration. Securities: HARRISON T. CARR, WILLIAM F. WHITMAN. Dec. 28, 1844. Book 10, p. 195
SALE, HUMPHREY B.died without will. JOHN W. OTEY applies for letters of administration. Securities: RODAH HORTON, JAMES ROBINSON. 11 Mar. 1846Book 11, p. 185
BIBB, WILLIAM, SENR. and wife SALLY to DANIEL M. BRADFORD, part of SE-1/4 sec. 2 T4 R1 W. 23 Jan. 1832Book M, p. 537.
BIB, DAVID P. and wife MARY to EDWARD G. BETTS, ELISHAH F. BETTS, ELIZA JANE BETTS, MARTHA C. BETTS, VIRGINIA A. BETTS and AUGUST A. BETTS, infants and heirs of CHARLES BETTS dec’d: MARTHA BETTS is their guardian.13 September 1842. Book T, p. 375
BIGLEY, DANIEL H. and wife AMELIA, to NANCY SCALLORN, “ interest in one undivided one-fourteenth of the SW of Sec. 32 T2 R1 W, N-1/2 of NW of T S-1w, and one undivided 1/13th part of one undivided 1/14th part of said land it being the part allotted THOMAS I. (0f J.?) SCALLORN dec’d infant heir of JOHN SCALLORN SENR. dec’d and it being the Same (land) of which the said JOHN SCALLORN died possessed; DANIEL H. BIGLEY, by virtue of marriage with AMELIA SCALLORN, daughter of JOHN SCALLORN dec’d....Wir.: J. S. CALVER, J. E. KELLY. 6 March 1835. Book P, p. 309.
BINFORD, THOMAS L. and wife HARRIET, to GEORGE S. SMITH and JOHN BLUNT, trustees for said HARRIET, who brought into the coverature certain property.....6 July 1835. Book I & J. p. 482
BINFORD, ADDISON and wife SARAH to PETER BINFORD. 24 Apr 1827 Book L, p. 141.
BINFORD, PETER dec:d HENRY A. WINFORD, executor and one of the heirs, to ISAAC SKILLERN.
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