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From: Joe and Sharon Mills <>
Subject: RE: [BRE] Kessler/Nichols
Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2004 08:08:53 -0500
My notes on George Younce say that I received (at least part of) the
probate packet from another researcher, and it may have appeared on the
OHMIAMI list. There are several forms missing, including the naming and
bonding of administrator, what was set off to the widow, disposition of
estate. However, Philip Younce eventually disposed of the property, so
it's unclear to me how the authority was divided. I have the
guardianship that Philip Younce had over several of George's minor
children, excluding the youngest, whose maternal grandfather acted in his
Here's what I included in notes, which has names of sale attendees. I
highlighted those that were family or connected.
Miami Co OH probate packet Case #15 for George Younce Partly summarized as
misc papers: 1830 doctor's bills for heirs during March and April(one
medication specified was quinine).
May 26, 1830, inventory of estate mentions lumber, livestock, blacksmith
tools, hogs, barrels of flour, tools, wool, and loom. Appraisers included
W A Jay, William Fincher, Lyman Wheelock.
June 22, 1820 estate sale shows buyers Isaac Dunkin, Jno Thomas, JOHN
YOUNCE, William Jordan, Jacob Eller, James Jay, Frederick Stevens, JOhn
Miller, Abner Vose, Israel Hepler, John Ferry, Francis Million, Henry
Wever, EDMUND BURKET, JOhn G Young, John Honeyman, Peter Fies, Jesse
Hoover, PHILIP YOUNCE, JOHN YOUNCE, David Jenkins, PHILIP YOUNCE, JNR.,
SUSANNA YOUNCE, Lyman Wheelock, John Mote, John Roderick, Henry Fouts, John
Roderick, Andrew Burnsides, Eli Hollingsworth, Isaac Jenkins, George Smith,
ALEXANDER YOUNCE, NOAH HOOVER, John Smith, Joseph Newman, Titus IVes, John
Kepler, WILEY MICHAEL, Thomas Macy, John Spencer, William Jeffries, Eli
Shearer, David Mote, Henry Yount, JACOB BURKET, John Hoover, Thomas
Pearson, George Helm, Isaac Thomas. Total realized was $546.87. The widow
bought an English reader, 6 chairs, 1 side saddle and bags, 2 bowles, 1
loom, 25 guse?, 1 meat tub, 1 pickling tub, 1 woolen wheel, a quill wheel,
a cow, 1 mare and colt.
undated receipt shows John Kepler, Admr of the Estate showing an
accounting. Added to the amount for sale of (personal property) are
several receipts of (partial list) Henry Younts...John Younce...Philip
Younce...joseph Byrkits....Philip YOunce...Frederick Younts,...Joseph
Younce...Noah Byrkits,...Susanna Younce...David Byrkits....
4 Jun 1830 a statement showing debts due and owing to the estate included
(parrtial list) ...John Younce...David Burket....
At 10:10 PM 4/3/2004, you wrote:
>The exact date for the deed transaction is 3 Feb 1830, from Miami County
>Deed Book 26, p 635. To my knowledge, this is the last date that Elder
>Phillip's brother [Johannes] George Younce is known to be alive.
>You mention a probate of which I have no knowledge. There is a
>guardianship # 528 filed by Elder Phillip Younce for his nephews and
>niece, Larkin, Samuel, Elijah, Redwine, Phillip, Alexander and
>Elizabeth, minor heirs of George Younce on 22 May 1830 in Miami Co OH.
>You said: "but in 1830 one George Younce deeded the tract to John
>Kessler, son of the above Joseph K. Kessler."
>The only George Younce I am aware of is Johannes George, brother of
>Philip Younce. I concluded he died about April 1830, because of the
>in his probate .
>Is there another one during that time period?
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