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Isaiah Bradford VINES, 1897 GA

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Isaiah Bradford VINES, 1897 GA

Posted: 932126400000
Classification: Will
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Letters of Administration for the Estate of Isaiah Bradford Vines, Carroll
County Georgia.

Mrs Sarah Capes. Petition for Letters of Administration, on Estate of
Bradford Vines, Deceased, Filed in office July 27th 1897

Georgia, Carroll County

To the ordinary of Said County:
The petition of Sarah Capes respectfully Showeth that Bradford Vines,
residident of Said County departed this life on the 7th day of June 1874,
leaving your petitioner as his next of kin, and also leaving a large estate
of real and personal property, worth the sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars,
and at the time of his death the said Bradford Vines was entirely
intestate, as your petitioner believes and herein alleges.
Wherefore, She prays the usual citation in Such cases to issue, in order
that she may obtain Permanent Letters of Administration on Bradford Vines
Estate, and your petitioner will ever pray.
This Julu 27th 1897

& Gordan

Oscar Ruse ^ Petr. Atty.

Carroll Court of Ordinary.

August Term 1897
The above petition of Sarah Capes that she may obtain Letters of
Admistration having been read and considered by me, Ordered that the usual
citation issue.

S. J. Brown, Ordinary

Georgia, Carroll County

To all whom it may concern:
Sarah Capes having, in proper form, applied to me for Permanent Letters of
Administration on the estate of Bradford Vines, late of Said County, this
is to cite all and Singular the creditors and next of kin of the Said
Bradford Vines to be and appear at my office within the time allowed by law,
and show cause if any they can, why Permanent Admr. Should not be granted
to Sarah Capes, on Bradford Vines estate.
Witness my hand & offical Signature Aug. 2nd 1897, - S. J. Brown, ordinary

Georgia, Carroll County
In the matter of Sarah Capes, applicant for Permanant Letters of
Administration on the estate of Bradford Vines, deceased, Sept. Term
ordinary's Court for Said County.
And now comes Arch Vines a son of deceased & one of the next of kin and
caveats the granting of Permanant Letters of Administration to applicant
upon the following grounds;
Because he is as near a degree of relationship to deceased as applicant,
and that the estate to be administrated on is the Dower interest of Said
Bradford Vine's widow, deceased, mother of caveator.
Caveator further shows that, under a contraction writing hereto attached,
he is entitled to the sum of $520.00, besides taxes, out of Said estate,
for the purpose named in Said contract, which sum is equal to, or more than
the value of Said estate; also Caveator has been managing and paying the
taxes on Said estate all the while. Wherefore, he has the greatest
interest in Said estate, and prays that letters may be granted to him
instead of Applicant.

Arch Vines,

Filed in office Sept. 6th 1897 - S.
J. Brown, Ordinary


Carroll Court of Ordinary, -- Sept Term 1897
Citation having been duly issued and published, requiring all and singular
next of kin and creditors of Bradford Vines, deceased, late of Said county,
to appear at this term and Show cause, if any they could, why Permanant
Letters of Administration should not be granted to Sarah Capes
of--------county; and Arch Vines a son of Said dec'd, having filed a caveat
and ask that Administration be granted to him, and Council for Sarah Capes
agreeing that letters issued to said Arch Vines as Adms. of the estate of
Bradford Vines; it is ordered that letters issued to Said Arch Vines, upon
his giving bond & security in the some of three thousand dollars.

S. J. Brown, Ordinary

Records obtained from Carroll County, Georgia, probate records page 316-317
Bradford Vines , was Isaiah Bradford Vines
Arch Vines , was Archabal Columbus Vines
It is believed that Sarah Vines married J.J. Hanson 1st then a Mr. Capes.
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